The chart-topping rapper has built a career out of asking questions. With his new album, he's ready to deliver some answers. Read More

London Grammar

They conquered the U.K.'s music scene. We're next. Read More

Maybe. Insofar as Page Six's "sources" and someone who "heard" Kim Kardashian talking about it with her friends can be trusted. So, take this with a decent-sized handful of salt, however, it's not as out there as it might sound at first. Kanye is working on a new album, and McCartney has been open about wanting to work with him. Also Kanye's rep—who attended McCartney's show in Los Angeles last week—declined to comment, which is an odd move to make if the rumor was totally bogus. We'll keep you updated if we hear anything new about this rumor, with a little help from our friends ... Discuss

Q&A: David Crowder

On electronic music and going solo Read More

A member of Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, Ellie Holcomb found herself writing songs that didn’t fit the band. As she puts it, “I kept accidentally writing songs about Jesus.” She branched out with a solo project a few years ago, which, along with topping Billboard’s Christian charts, has also been good for her personally.

“I don’t know that I’ve ever enjoyed anything more than sitting in God’s Word and letting music come out of that. A lot of the songs were cathartic for me in a way, like asking God to help me believe His promises are true.” Read More

You’d be hard-pressed to find a current band with as much soul as St. Paul & the Broken Bones.

In an era when cool nonchalance or over-the-top synthesized beats reign in music, the band is harkening back to an era of all-in live performances.

Frontman Paul Janeway grew up singing Southern Gospel music in a charismatic church, and it shows. According to him, his roots bring a kind of rawness listeners are searching for, and he can’t help but go all-out. Read More