Arrested Development, a group of newcomers based in Atlanta, and the female sensation En Vogue led nominees for 1993 Soul Train Music Awards, which were announced yesterday.
Controversial rapper Ice-T has made a distribution deal with Priority Records for his "Home Invasion" album, according to sources close to the negotiations.
Orlando, Fla.-based Cheetah Records, which has become one of the largest U.S. independent record labels, celebrated its fifth anniversary recently with the release of two double albums by label…
IT PAYS to advertise. Earlier this month, MCA executive VP and A&R head Tony Brown began quietly floating a series of trial balloons designed to indicate his contractual unhappiness at MCA/Nashville.
Dutch music behemoth and emerging movie giant Polygram has grabbed U.K.-based vid distribbery Vision Video Ltd. from General Electric Capital Corp. for a bargain price, believed to be below $ 5.6…
Despite a multiplatinum career as one of the key members of Queen, guitarist Brian May is humble about his new solo career.
Rhino Records and Westwood One have entered into a deal that will see the label use concert performances from the Westwood library to create new single-artist collections and compilation albums for…
Arrested Development, Peabo Bryson, Eric Clapton, Natalie Cole, Celine Dion, Julio Iglesias, k.d. lang, Bonnie Raitt and Vanessa Williams will appear at the 35th annual Grammy Awards, according to…
The annual MIDEM confab ended here Thursday with three companies being booted and barred from attending for the next two years for illegally distributing recordings.
Pressure from the Time Warner board of directors led to Ice-T's release Tuesday night by Sire/Warner Bros. Records, according to sources.