The GRAMMY winner is supporting the While They Wait fund, which was established earlier this year to provide legal assistance and other resources to assist the hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers detained at U.S. borders.
While balancing her role as the VP of A&R at Epic Records, Coulter has found the time to slay two major roles, launching an event series/industry movement, TheBasement, in L.A. in 2017.
As an advocate for musician rights, the electro-pop performer has embraced technology not only when creating music, but also as a tool for making the music industry a safer place for artists in a digital-facing world.
The latest installment of the Dreamville all-star roundup arrives this Friday with the REVENGE documentary set to premiere July 2
Chicago Cubs organist Gary Pressy tells the Recording Academy about his decades-long career providing a soundtrack to baseball games at Wrigley Field.
"The band is heading in a new direction and it is time for me to move on," the drummer wrote on Twitter today.
Blink-182 continue to tease their upcoming eighth studio album with yet another single release—this time an uplifting track called "Happy Days," released on the 182nd day of the year, which the band has dubbed "Blink-182 Day."
Neo-soul pop band Fitz And The Tantrums have announced that their forthcoming fourth album, All The Feels, is arriving Sept. 20.
"The LGBTQ community has shown up for us in the biggest ways at some of the darkest times of our life…they rally around you and lift you up no matter what," The Veronicas' Jessica Origliasso told us
The Harley Flanagan-led lineup drops new music the frontman describes as "Metallica meets Minor Threat."
The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter hosted a Member Mix Listening Session to discuss the finer points of artists and producers collaborating in the studio.
Oasis is an eight-track album featuring collaborations with Nigerian singer Mr Eazi and Enanitos Verdes' Marciano Cantero. The album dropped with a video for "Que Pretendes," a song about an ex who just can't let go.
The Athens crew's fifth studio album may be regarded an innocent party-pop standby, but a closer look reveals that each track, especially pop-radio standby "Love Shack," marks a major triumph in queer music history.