2018 Grammy Moments: Highs and Lows

The 60th annual Grammy Awards returned to New York City after a 15 year absence and came back with a bang. CBS Late Late Show host, James Corden returned to host the event and allowed the musicians and artists to be the star. Outstanding performances from Kesha and Kendrick Lamar were moving, while collaborations of Cardi B and Bruno Mars along with Elton John and Miley Cyrus turned out to be fun, joyous and entertaining. Here are some of our highs and lows from "Music's Biggest Night". 15922

Recap: Lollapalooza 2014

Another year, another Lollapalooza in the bag. This year bore the usual draw of some of the biggest names in music, and left nothing to be desired in the way of a diverse lineup. The weekend was full of incredible performances that we could go on about forever, but instead we'll just give you the highlights. 9725

Top 9 Feuds in Music History

Patrick Carney of the Black Keys reignited his rivalry with Justin Beiber in a recent Rolling Stone article. He's joined long a standing tradition of rivalries between musical acts. Since time out of mind there have been beefs between rappers, rockers, and even comedians. Creativity is tricky business and sometimes feelings get hurt. Here's a look at some of the most notable times those feelings got hurt. 8954

Top 5: Musicians We’d Like To See At The WHCD

This weekend Joel McHale hosted the 2014 White House Correspondents' Dinner. The room was packed with politicians and celebrities alike, who despite their differences, laughed the night away at the feel good event. It's always interesting to see how these personalities act around each other, so we decided to do what we do best, and compile a list of famous musicians we'd love to see make an appearance at the annual event. 8772

Ten Must-Own Releases on Record Store Day

Teeth grit in anticipation, fans of music everywhere have two major holidays to celebrate this weekend. The most obvious of course being Easter (what did you think I was going to say?), the other being the ever holy Record Store Day. Always held on the third Saturday in April, Record Store Day was founded in 2007, inspired by the spirit of Free Comic Book Day. As such, many artists are supporting their local record stores by scheduling special vinyl and CD releases to mark the occasion. Here are ten coming out April 19th that you shouldn’t miss out on. 8543

ALBUM REVIEW: Magna Carta Holy Grail by Jay-Z

So much anticipation has been stowed upon the release of Jay-Z's 12th studio album called Magna Carta Holy Grail. The album is set to be released this coming Tuesday yet thanks to illegal file sharing it has already leaked online to the public. As many already know Jay-Z had paired up with Samsung in order to promote the album release and had even set up an app in which fans who owned Galaxy and Note phones could download the app, and could stream the new album at the stroke of midnight on the end of Independence Day. Unfortunately the app crashed