Not the worst way to get some one-on-one time in the world.
TIDAL has been taking some flack in recent days for its high-profile launch. Perhaps in a method of providing stellar customer service, Jack White, Jay Z, and other musicians have been personally calling subscribers.
A cavalcade of music superstars gather in the video announcing Jay Z’s new streaming service, TIDAL.
Jack White’s record label would like to remind you—again—that “Your Turntable’s Not Dead.”
Even though Third Man Records already has a stacked lineup of releases set for Record Store Day, they’ll be celebrating a bit earlier this year.
While songs like “Shake It Off,” “All About That Bass” and more rose to the top of the charts, these are the stories we were reading to accompany them.
Black Friday is a big deal for a lot of people. Customers rush into stores, pushing and shoving their way through aisles to ensure that they get that special product that’s on sale before it leaves the shelf. Parking lots are a zoo and stores operate on special hours to accommodate the early bird Black Friday enthusiasts.
From Harry Styles fandom for the Green Bay Packers to Eddie Vedder’s love for the Chicago Cubs , here’s a few musicians whose love for their teams knows no bounds.
Jack White’s got 99 problems, but covering Jay Z ain’t one.
Mainly a performance video, you can spot Tom Morello on guitar several times throughout the Thom Zimny-directed clip.