Elton John may be a music industry legend, but that doesn't mean that he hesitates to work with younger stars. That's why he's collaborated over the years with the likes of Lady Gaga and Dua Lipa. He's also worked with Lil Nas X, someone that John apparently thinks highly of, to say the least.
Who doesn’t loves to listen to songs on their device? Everyone does. There are hundreds of music player apps available for Android devices. However, not all of them stand out from the crowd. Music player apps for Android might support every audio file format, but they can’t play lyrics of...
The European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) has named Genius Sports Limited its official technology partner. In a new long-term agreement, the sports data firm will power all major men’s and women’s CEV competitions across indoor, beach and snow volleyball with its suite of scoring, coaching and competition management capabilities. For fans,...
Disney Branded Television has named veteran programming executive Gloria Fan as its head of Current Series, overseeing current and new projects for Disney Channel and Disney Plus. In the newly created role, Fan will oversee original series development over such upcoming Disney Channel shows as Ultraviolet & Black Scorpion, as...
Last Thursday, British indie rockers Lovejoy dropped their sophomore EP, Pebble Brain, and since then, the project’s songs have continued to dominate the Genius Top Songs chart. Holding steady in Genius’s top three is “The Fall,” the sixth track on the EP. The song is credited to YouTube star and Lovejoy lead singer Wilbur Soot—aka William Gold—with bandmates Joe Goldsmith, Ash Kabosu, and Mark Boardman playing guitar, bass, and drums, respectively. Sam Coveney handled production.
The Buzzi & Buzzi Genius Concrete is the most revolutionary version of the Genius line: a totally recessed indoor light, designed for exposed cement surfaces and able to be installed during the concrete casting phase. It maintains all the performances of the Genius, but has a simplified lamp body which functions as form work, with the electrical part removable from the light hole, thanks to a new patent which allows the LED light source to be pulled out and replaced.
Please note, some posts on Disney Fashionista may collect a share of sales, if you decide to shop through our links. I have been counting down the days until November 5th when the new Marvel Studios Eternals movie comes out. The cast looks amazing and I love the idea of another group of superheroes living on Earth and protecting humankind. To help us get ready to celebrate the release of the new movie, Urban Decay has released the new Eternals Collection makeup line. I am so excited for this collection! Urban Decay has always been my go-to when I am looking for some glitter and want to splurge a little on myself just a little bit.
According to Thomas Edison, Genius is 1% Inspiration, 99% Perspiration. We say, don’t sweat it! Just join BevNET and NOSH on October 19 at 3 p.m. ET for a special SuperCharge: Innovation event. With our expert presenters and open discussion, we’ll be able to dial in the direction and timing of your innovation efforts to maximize their impact, minimize mistakes and allow you to feel more secure throughout your entire push toward food and beverage brilliance.
The Rolling Stones may have dubbed their tour "No Filter," but the iconic rock band has filtered out one of their most popular songs from their setlist. The band retired their 1971 hit song "Brown Sugar" from their current tour, for now, over "conflicts" surrounding the controversial lyrics that depict slavery, rape and drugs, guitarist Keith Richards confirmed to TheLos Angeles Times.
The Rolling Stones will officially stop performing the 1971 hit track Brown Sugar on its upcoming tour after decades of controversy surrounding its lyrics—which include mentions of slavery, rape, and drugs. “You picked up on that, huh?” Guitarist Keith Richards told The Los Angeles Times during an interview, though he...
The MassArt Art Museum is excited to announce a free virtual talk by esteemed journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones. Hannah-Jones’ discussion will examine slavery’s enduring modern legacy and the reframing of the Black American experience. Hannah-Jones is the Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the 1619 Project and a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine. She has spent her career investigating racial inequality and injustice, and her reporting has earned her the MacArthur Fellowship, known as the Genius grant, a Peabody Award, two George Polk Awards and the National Magazine Award three times. She also serves as the Knight Chair of Race and Journalism at Howard University, where she is founding the Center for Journalism & Democracy.
Click here to read the full article. The revolving door of the media industry never stops. Here, WWD rounds up some notable moves of late. Monday, October 11More from WWDAbse-èl RTW Spring 2022Backstage at Dior Resort 2022Photos of Cynthia Erivo as Aretha Franklin in National Geographic's 'Genius: Aretha' Series Layoffs at Genius Twenty-two staffers are being laid off at Brooklyn-based Genius Media, the lyrics-database company, following its acquisition by app and internet media holding company MediaLab for $80 million, according to a WARN notice filed with the New York State Labor Department. The reason given in the notice was “restructuring the way in...
Music Industry Moves: Andre Torres Trades Spotify for WMG; Corey Berkowitz Joins Saban as Head of Pop, Urban AR
+ Andre Torres (pictured above, at right) has traded Spotify for Warner Music Group (WMG) where he’ll serve as senior vice president, catalog development and marketing. The Los Angeles-based Torres will report to Kevin Gore, president, global catalog, recorded music for WMG. At Spotify, Torres held the position of head of catalog, artist and label partnerships, North America. Prior to that, he spent three years as VP of urban catalog at Universal Music Enterprises (UMe). Torres has editorial experience as well, spending 15 years as the founder, editor and publisher of quarterly music magazine Wax Poetics, and serving as executive editor for...
Before becoming the Spot’s Head of Catalog, Artist and Label Partnerships at Spotify, Torres spent three years-plus as VP of Urban Catalog at UMe. During the previous 15 years, he was the editor and publisher of his own Wax Poetics, expanding the quarterly music journal into a multitiered brand. He was also the executive editor for lyrics website Genius.
How do you find a song that you don’t know the name to? We’ve all been there. Chances are, when you casually listen to the radio, there will be a song playing that catches your attention. Unfortunately, you can’t sing along because you don’t know any of the words. Thankfully, there are numerous song lyrics search sites that can fix this problem. So, the next time you’re trying to find a song but only know a few words, head on over to these websites!