The long-awaited return of live entertainment concerts hosted by Hurricane Productions (HP) happened on April 1 at the Watsco Center. The Billboard charting duo Rae Sremmurd, consisting of brothers and rappers Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi, headlined the show.
On Saturday, April 2, I attended the second out of three “El Último Tour del Mundo” shows at the FTX Arena in Miami. For context, I purchased the tickets almost a year ago, meaning that I had one year to mentally prepare for one of the best nights of my life.
On April 1, former Disney channel starlet Miley Cyrus dropped her first live album, “Attention: Miley Live.” Each of the 20 tracks — barring the two new songs, “ATTENTION” and “You”— were selected by fans in an effort by Cyrus to put on her best show yet.
“Melt My Eyez See Your Future” keeps the focus on Curry and Curry's message alone. The grimey, spacey, sample-heavy beats are reminiscent of Mac Miller and Earl Sweatshirt's early style of production work.
Doja Cat gave fans a major shock on Thursday when she announced quitting music.
On Thursday, March 28, Daddy Yankee — the king of reggaeton — dropped his farewell studio album “LEGENDADDY.” A week prior, the Puerto Rican artist, born Raymond Ayala, announced his retirement from the music industry after an impressive 32-year career run.
For “non-Angels” avoiding close attention to Charli XCX’s career, it may appear that Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” co-star faded out of existence after the mid-2010s. The English popstar’s fifth album “Crash” received her most promotion since 2014 and the blood-covered vixen and car crash motifs did their job in catching people’s eye.
University of Miami Frost School of Music students hope to revolutionize alternative rock-music culture by adding a female sound to a male-dominated industry.
With Recording Academy voting history, chart success and favoritism in mind, TMH staff took the time to compile predictions for who should and who will likely win this year’s awards. Simply a guessing game, predictions for the main award categories are below.
Released exclusively through West’s music listening device, “Donda 2,” a follow-up to last year's “Donda,” released on Feb. 23. After a disastrous listening party held in Miami, the beacon of controversy elected to release the "V2.22.22 Miami" version of the project anyway.
After presenting her debut-album “Sour” and sold-out her first tour, Olivia Rodrigo is launching her own documentary on Disney Plus.
The concert is the first in-person event of its kind since the headlining performances of London-born rapper 21 Savage and hit Russian-German producer Zedd, in 2018 and 2019 respectively.