Dr. Dre is getting ready to release his first new album in over 14 years on August 7, with new music inspired by his N.W.A. biopic, and guest stars including Ice Cube, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and more. Follow along for a full track list.
British boy band One Direction's new single has quickly risen to the top of the Global Spotify Top 50 charts, netting 3.11 million daily plays over its first three days. The song also broke the record for most streams in one day.
Staples will now offer Amazon's Echo speaker for sale at its website, marking the first time Amazon has allowed the device to be sold outside of its own website. Don't expect to see the speaker in retail stores, however.
On the outside, the Helix might appear to be a regular cuff bracelet. However, don't let appearances fool you. The bracelet hides a pair of Bluetooth earbuds. It is now available through Kickstarter, if you're interested in picking one up for yourself.
Whether you're rediscovering vinyl or getting into records for the first time, you owe it to yourself to get a turntable that will sound great, not just ... well, sound. U-Turn Audio's Orbit turntable offers an ideal blend of sweet sound and affordability.
Stewart's final week on The Daily Show will feature guest spots from three of his friends: Denis Leary, Louis C.K., and Amy Schumer. The longtime host will then sign off on Thursday night with a 50 minute special.
Foo Fighters super fan Fabio Saffagnini gathered a thousand musicians to perform Foo Fighters' hit song Learn to Fly to convince the band to come to their city. While it took Saffagnini a year to put together, the project was a success.
Amazon Acoustics, an exclusive music collection of covers and originals, is Prime Music's latest effort to differentiate itself. As the streaming wars heat up, it looks like Amazon is ready to fight for space in the burgeoning market.
Beyoncé has reportedly been offered the role of Glinda the Good Witch in NBC's upcoming live musical, The Wiz. After last year's live musical garnered disappointing ratings compared to 2013, the network seems to be pulling out the big guns.
Warner Music holds the alleged copyright to the ubiquitous tune "Happy Birthday to You," but a filmmaker is battling to bring it into the public domain, which would allow movies and TV shows to use the song instead of the usual odd stand-in.