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Jack Harlow’s ‘First Class’ Returns to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100, Bad Bunny, Lizzo Surge Into Top 10

Click here to read the full article. Jack Harlow‘s “First Class” reclaims the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, rebounding from No. 3, for a second total week on top. Four weeks earlier, it piloted to No. 1 in its debut frame. The song introduced the rapper’s LP Come Home the Kids Miss You, which opens at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The track oversees a top 10 that includes five songs new to the region, as Bad Bunny debuts four songs in the tier — all from his new album, Un Verano Sin...
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Kendrick Lamar, Bad Bunny, Carly Rae Jepsen, and More: This Week’s Pitchfork Selects Playlist

The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, giving recommendations to each other and discovering new favorites along the way. Each Monday, with our Pitchfork Selects playlist, we’re sharing what our writers are playing obsessively and highlighting some of the Pitchfork staff’s favorite new music. The playlist is a grab-bag of tracks: Its only guiding principle is that these are the songs you’d gladly send to a friend.
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Best New Music This Week: ASAP Rocky, Jack Harlow, Bad Bunny, and More

The first week of May is off to a great start. ASAP Rocky is back with “D.M.B.” which was accompanied by a music video featuring Rihanna. Jack Harlow dropped off his sophomore album Come Home the Kids Miss You, featuring the Drake-assisted standout “Churchill Downs.” Bad Bunny dropped a new album Un Verano Sin Ti, and Doja Cat came through with a new song called “Vegas” from the upcoming film, ELVIS. This week’s list also includes new music from IDK, SiR, and more.

7 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Arcade Fire, Bad Bunny, Sharon Van Etten, and More

With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes new albums from Arcade Fire, Bad Bunny, Sharon Van Etten, Ibeyi, Belle and Sebastian, Otoboke Beaver, and Maria Chiara Argirò. Subscribe to Pitchfork’s New Music Friday newsletter to get our recommendations in your inbox every week. (All releases featured here are independently selected by our editors. When you buy something through our affiliate links, however, Pitchfork earns an affiliate commission.)
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Pop star Bad Bunny takes lead in Sony Marvel movie El Muerto

Bad Bunny, the world’s most popular musician on Spotify for the past two years, will play the lead in a new movie for Sony’s Marvel universe. The 28-year-old Puerto Rican vocalist, real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, will star in El Muerto, whose titular character is a wrester with a superpowered mask.
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Jerry West, Bad Bunny, Hacks + More!

JERRY WEST SAYS HE’LL TAKE WINNING TIME FEUD ‘ALL THE WAY TO THE SUPREME COURT’ IF HE HAS TO: Deadline reports that former Lakers point guard, coach, and general manager Jerry West is livid about HBO’s Winning Time series, which portrays the Los Angeles Lakers between 1979-1980. West told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday (April 26th), “The series made us all the Lakers look like cartoon characters. They belittled something good. If I have to, I will take this all the way to the Supreme Court.”
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'Spider-Man' sequels and Bad Bunny kick off buoyant CinemaCon summit

Hollywood bosses showcased new "Spider-Man" sequels and brought rap superstar Bad Bunny on stage to kick off a bullish meeting of movie theater industry leaders in Las Vegas Monday. Early scenes showed Pitt's wise-cracking hitman pacing through neon-lit Tokyo streets before brawling with music superstar-turned-actor Bad Bunny on a train.
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WINC Podcast (4/26): WWE NXT Review, Bad Bunny, Becky Lynch

Alfred Konuwa (@ThisIsNasty), Glenn Rubenstein (@GlennRubenstein), and Isa (@NYCDemonD1va) are back for the latest edition of the Wrestling Inc. podcast. Topics include:. – Becky Lynch On WWE vs. AEW Women’s Divisions. – Bad Bunny Cast As Lucha Libre Marvel Superhero. We’re helping make homeownership easy by partnering with Conrad...
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Driven by Bad Bunny, Anitta and Others, U.S. Latin Music Revenue Soars 35%

Click here to read the full article. U.S. Latin music revenue soared in 2021, with a huge 35% increase to $886 million — the highest figure in history, before adjusting for inflation — according to a new RIAA report issued Tuesday. The number far surpassed the overall growth rate for recorded music revenues, which were up a strong 22%, per the RIAA’s year-end report issued last month. “In a year when Bad Bunny was the most-streamed artist in the world, stars like Becky G and Anitta pumped out chart topping hit after chart topping hit, and audiences joyfully flocked to Latin-powered...
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