John Newman has some nice ideas happening during “Olé.” That said, the single isn’t nearly as electrifying as “Love Me Again” or “Losing Sleep.”
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Friday, July 15 is a relatively quiet date for new albums. Two new efforts stand out: Good Charlotte (Youth Authority) and Dreezy (No Hard Feelings).
After spending nine weeks at no. 1, Drake has finally been dethroned from the top of the Billboard 200. Blink-182 take the no. 1 spot with 'California.'
It’s never too early to speculate about the Grammys. What better way to speculate than breaking down potential nominees in the Album of the Year category?
Although 'California' is a respectable, enjoyable comeback from Blink-182, the punk-pop veterans miss former frontman, Tom DeLonge.
In this week's edition of BB Grooves (a column examining the biggest stories on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart), Drake spends a ninth week at no. 1.