For more than two years now I have been explaining to you the mechanics of the music industry. We can’t analyse without View More
In 2002 Avril Lavigne took the music scene by storm with her debut album Let Go. Unlike the remaining teen pop stars, her sound involved rock elements which didn’t stop her from becoming one of the main View More
It was supposed to be his time. Over a period of two months Justin Timberlake starred in Woody Allen‘s latest film, released his fifth solo album Man of the Woods plus two singles, and performed at the Superbowl. Too good to be View More
At the turn of the millennium three teen acts were huge in the US, the Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears and NSYNC. The latter is the only one we haven’t study so far. It took 15 years and Adele to break their View More
It’s not necessary to believe that the freshly announced Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour is the last Elton John will ever do. After all, it’s a basic marketing trick. Michael Jackson, Cher and John himself announced on numerous occassions a final tour yet ended up going back on the road. What we can believe though is that the British pop star has enjoyed an incredibly successful View More
Even during the most hyped years of the rock band Cranberries their singer Dolores O’Riordan wasn’t known for excesses. Her death on January 15, 2018 at only 46 came as a real View More
The list of top sellers in each single-oriented format has been published during this week. It’s time to merge these three rankings to see who are the best selling singles artists of all time. Do Rihanna, The Beatles and Drake, who respectively top Digital Singles, Physical Singles and Streaming lists, lead this one too? Do other well-placed artists in each one beat them to the punch? You will find the answer in the list below!