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MUSIC NEWS

  • Beyonce Turns 34: 34 Reasons to Celebrate the Music Icon

    Watch her best videos and re-live some of her most noteworthy fashion choices.

  • The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store

    iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending Sep. 3, 2015:

  • Fall Music: The 35 Most Anticipated New Albums

    Fall Music: The 35 Most Anticipated New AlbumsFind release dates, details, and streaming tracks from this fall's most anticipated album releases, including new music from Lana Del Rey, Deafheaven, Disclosure, Joanna Newsom, New Order, The Dead Weather, CHVRCHES, and many more critically acclaimed acts. (Plus an album made by cats.) Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic


  • Google launches music streaming service in Japan

    Google has launched a music streaming service in Japan, becoming the latest tech giant to push into the world's number two music marketGoogle has launched a music streaming service in Japan, becoming the latest tech giant to push into the world's number two music market, despite mixed results among earlier arrivals. The launch, announced Thursday, came after similar services debuted in Japan this year by Apple, popular messaging app Line, and a joint venture by IT firm CyberAgent and Japanese music giant Avex Group. Japan is the world's second largest music market, estimated to be worth $2.6 billion in 2014, after the $4.8 billion US market, according to the Recording Industry Association of Japan.