After teasing a new real-time chart system last March, Billboard announced today that it has officially teamed with Twitter to provide the first instantaneous music chart system — and it’s out now.
The Billboard charts have officially entered the Twitterverse.
Nickolay Lamm, a Pittsburgh-based digital artist, collected data from the songs on Billboard’s Year-End Hot 100 list spanning from 1960 until today and showcased his findings in colorful graphs.
On this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart, “Cups” reaches its highest peak yet, jumping one spot to No. 8 after finding a home on both pop and adult contemporary radio.
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“When I heard I was very honored. I also was a bit surprised because I thought my year was over! It does feel like this record has never ended.”
Each artist has sold more than a million copies of a new CD during its first week. Taylor Swift’s “Red” just topped out at more than 1.2 million copies sold during its debut.
The country pop songstress breaks two new records with “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
Elaine Bradley, the beat-keeper for Neon Trees, delivered a bouncing baby “Animal” at her home in Provo, Utah.
Alicia Keys is showing her love for Stevie Wonder this Sunday by honoring the legendary singer at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards. Keys is presenting the Motown legend with the show’s Icon Award and then […]