If you wonder how big Eminem is, just think that among the artists who debuted in the last 30 years, he is the obvious #1.
The iconic rapper shaped an entire generation with songs that are still massively popular today, such as The Real Slim Shady, Lose Yourself, Without Me, and Love The Way You Lie.
British giants Coldplay are back! After a discreet return with their last, 2019 effort Everyday Life, the band returns with a new song, Higher Power.
Unlike their previous one, their upcoming record is marketed as a commercial opus. No doubt, Chris Martin and his colleagues know what it means to be successful.
Often called the biggest rock band of the century, is this reputation accurate according to factual data?
Barbadian superstar Rihanna has been the ultimate hit machine since she began her career in the mid 2000s. No matter what your age is, you know songs like Umbrella, Don’t Stop the Music and We Found Love. It’s hard to believe this woman is only 33 years old!
Since 2006, all of her studio albums have featured at least one massive number one hit. Often regarded as a singles artist, we’ll now find out how true (or false) this claim is!
As years pass, the stature of Taylor Swift continues to grow. She is one of the most powerful woman on Earth as well as one of the most successful female artists of all-time.
The thing is, she made it to this level at barely 31. She is still very active and the general public interest in her remains incredible.
Today, we review her career in numbers to see where she stands against her peers at the moment and how high she may end up. Results are stunning.
They are back. BTS, the unknown Korean group made biggest stars on Earth in no time return with a new song, Butter, their second English-language tune.
The first one, Dynamite, has been destroying charts for 9 months, pushing every day higher the total sales of the band.
Nearly a year has passed since we last updated the sales and streams of the biggest boy band in the world. How much have they increased after releasing the best-selling album of the year so far? We’ll find out shortly!
If the life of some singers is worth a movie, Neil Young‘s journey would better fit into a television series.
The Canadian singer-songwriter is up to 43 studio albums on top of key contributions to multiple bands.
Apart from his amazing musical career, he also directed various movies, founded the annual benefit concert Farm Aid, is a well-known environmental activist, supports many social actions, all of it while taking care of his 3 children who face strong health issues.
Now 75, we pay tribute to one of the most influential artists of all-time, the one who’s the prime responsible of the Grunge movement, by reviewing his career as we do best, in numbers!
Selena Gomez is back with her first ever Spanish-language project, Revelacíon.
This comes just a little over a year since the release of Rare, the star’s sixth studio album overall.
Surprisingly enough, the Disney alumni has been a consistent hit maker for a little over a decade now. How does she compare to her peers and A-League stars? Stick around to find out!
In a world of likes and dislikes, you will hardly get a singer as unanimously appreciated as Stevie Wonder.
The sharp contrast between his blindness and the permanent smile on his face can only bring admiration. Add to that an unbelievable talent that most of us sighted people can only dream of and all you get is an immense respect.
And even if you believe that you do not really know his songs, just put in a playlist of his, you will end up surprised to recognize so many sounds. His influence in today’s music is colossal.
In these Black Lives Matter days, reviewing the career in numbers of the singer that made the final push to sign the Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the least we can do. Signed, sealed, delivered, it’s yours!
Departing from the Fugees immediately after their breakthrough was a risky move from Lauryn Hill.
Quickly, doubts were evacuated with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill becoming a classic on its own. This week, it joined the club of US Diamond albums.
Killing Me Softly is one of these songs which strikes everyone instantly. You don’t need multiple plays to fell in love with it.
Even if it is a cover of Roberta Flack, the imprint of the Fugees was obvious.
Soon, they were claimed to own the greatest selling rap album of all-time. A quarter of century later, we review all their statistics up to date.