Mötley Crüe's upcoming tour, which has sold over 1 million tickets so far, is leading StubHub's 2022 summer concert boom.
Rihanna's billions in net worth mostly comes from her businesses Fenty Beauty and Savage x Fenty. Her many hit songs and movie roles also contribute to her billions.
A violin that was reportedly built in 1736 is going up for auction and insiders think it could fetch a few million dollars.
The home where Taylor Swift spent a part of her childhood has been listed with a near million dollar asking price.
The “Blinding Lights” crooner is demanding he be paid the same money as Kanye West — $8.5 million, plus $500,000 for production fees.
Spotify, the largest subscription-based streaming service, crashed for several hours on Tuesday. According to Variety, Spotify has over 406 million total monthly active users.
Britney Spears is ready for a change. The "Toxic" singer recently revealed she is in the process of purchasing a new home and leaving her Thousand Oaks, California, mansion she has lived in for the past seven years.
Cosby, R. Kelly, Gary Glitter and others remain on Spotify without complaint
Jon Stewart believes the musicians boycotting Spotify are overreacting.
David Crosby and Stephen Stills have joined their Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young bandmates Graham Nash and Neil Young in pulling their music from Spotify in opposition to Joe Rogan's podcast featuring coronavirus-related content.
A look at how much money musicians like Drake, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and more make by streaming music on Spotify.
A look back at "Control" singer Janet Jackson's career. The star is the subject of the eponymous four-part Lifetime docuseries.
Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Nils Lofgren have all removed their music from Spotify in opposition to the coronavirus-related content published via Joe Rogan's podcast exclusive to the platform.
Spotify Technology SA will add a "content advisory" to any podcast episode that includes discussion about COVID-19, Chief Executive Officer Daniel Ek said, after coming under fire from rock and folk legends for giving voice to misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have expressed their concerns over the spread of COVID-19 misinformation on Spotify, where they have a podcasting deal.
Joni Mitchell is joining Neil Young in his protest against Spotify, declaring on Friday that she is seeking to remove all of her music from the streaming service.
"Ohio" singer Neil Young's boycott of Spotify over comedian Joe Rogan's podcast content has been back by the World Health Organization's director-general.
FOX Business spoke to a leading reputation expert who explained that Young may not have to return to Spotify – and called the pivot to SiriusXM a "smart marketing hook" for the 76-year-old singer – while explaining the decision won't hurt Spotify.
Neil Young's music already has a new home following his grumblings with Spotify.
A number of dancers are speaking out and taking umbrage with the idea that recruiters are allegedly requesting individuals to work as unpaid volunteers for the halftime show of February’s big game.