Impact: Ed Sheeran's '÷'The album encompasses his pop and rock sides.
IMPACT: Train's 'a girl a bottle a boat'Pat Monahan says, "I'm just trying to make songs that I can imagine people wanting to hear because they make you happy, and wanting to see it live."
Impact: OneRepublic Talk 'Oh My My' CollaboratorsThey're working with more outside artists than ever before.
Impact: Britney Spears Returns to 'Glory'So far, we've heard "Make Me (featuring G-Eazy)," "Private Show," "Clumsy" and "Do You Wanna Come Over?"
Impact: Mumford & Sons Say 'Wilder Mind' Is 'a Development, Not a Departure'"We fell back in love with drums!" says Marcus Mumford. "It’s as simple as that." The band is also scheduled for a Legends on Letterman live stream on May 5.
Impact: Taylor Swift Reveals Her Pop Side on New Album '1989'"This is my very first documented, official pop album," Swift said of "1989." At the same time, she said it's also "the most sonically cohesive album I have ever made and my favorite album I have ever made."
Impact: Train Aims to 'Get Into People’s Lives' with 'Bulletproof Picasso'"Bulletproof Picasso" is the seventh studio release from Train, and the band is our Impact artist this week. "I want to get into people’s lives with this album," said singer Pat Monahan.
Andy Grammer Champions Honesty on New Album 'Magazines or Novels'
IMPACT: Ed SheeranEd Sheeran is probably the most affable pop star on the planet. Possibly in the history of pop music.
IMPACT: O.A.R. Go Back to Their Roots On 'The Rockville LP'"This isn’t about us going back to our musical roots per se," said lead singer Marc Roberge. "It's about us getting inspired by the place we came from. We'd drive the same roads, visit the old haunts, spend time with our people. Rockville was the catalyst then, and it’s the catalyst now."
IMPACT: Jason Derulo Gets Very, Very Honest on 'Talk Dirty'“My first album was written when I was 19-years-old. I wanted to be sure this album was far different from that one, to make sure that the growth was present."
IMPACT: The Fray"We've always been walking that fine line and dancing between John Mayer and Fall Out Boy," Slade said.