“The UK’s world-leading status in music and the arts is placed in serious jeopardy by these cuts,” says union.
“Whitney was troubled by the gay part of her life and didn’t want it exposed."
Were any of these hits on your labour playlist?
The 2021 Song Contest will take place in Rotterdam in May.
The singer recently apologised to both Britney Spears and Janet Jackson.
Becky CJ has garnered more than five million plays for her video ‘Would You Like To Have S3X With Me?’ a post from Tinder Nightmares she turned it into a ballad. The singer/songwriter has over 60,000 followers on Tik Tok from turning unlikely songs into piano ballads and posting original pieces.
He was one of the greatest music producers of the 20th century, and one of its darkest men.
Many of us stop listening to new music at 30, studies show – but here's why you shouldn't.
Superfan from Staffordshire says he’s not in a huge rush to change it back.
Co-founded by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, Dweller festival aims to give Black electronic artists a platform. Hutchinson says it’s a way of reconnecting with dance music’s Black roots and providing opportunities for Black DJs and producers. Prior to starting Dweller Frankie co-founded Discwoman, a booking agency that aimed to counter gender disparity in the music industry.
HuffPost UK Entertainment's Music page has no playlist, no agenda, no restrictions on what's hot, what's not. We simply bring you the latest news on all your favourite performing artists, and support this with videos, pictures and exclusive preview tracks. Have X Factor winners Little Mix got what it takes to be the next Girls Aloud? Here they both are with their latest sounds. Fancy a bit of American rock history? We've got an exclusive listen to Neil Young's latest homage to Bob Dylan. Need a Rolling Stones concert ticket? We can't afford one either, but we'll chart fans' outrage on Twitter. As well as celebrating the biggest sellers today â€“ Ladies Gaga, Rihanna, Katy, we mean you â€“ we have the space to be nostalgic, too. We've taken our camera to Abbey Road Studios, and remembered stars gone by like Andy Williams, Freddie Mercury and Robin Gibb, with their own dedicated playlists. It's not all chart-beaters and big record companies, though. If its good and it's on YouTube, we'll find it and bring it to you. After all, Gangnam Style had to start somewhere.