Hip-hop artists are some of today’s most prominent entrepreneurs. They have fashion lines, alcohol brands and endorsement deals. But, in the beginning, the genre’s musical talent had to find their own way to break into the industry.
Sarah King, an independent musician, is currently on tour. But the steps getting to this moment have been challenging.
The genre is celebrated across the world and has permeated many facets of American society, creating wealth in the process.
Fewer workers are quitting their jobs and employers are hiring less. So are we in for "Wheel in the Sky" or "Bad Moon Rising"?
An exhibit at New York City's Fofografiska museum spotlights how poverty and inequality in the 1970s helped create the genre.
At Sonido del Valle in Boyle Heights, owner Rene Perez said Latin vinyl records are the main attraction, not just another section.
After downsizing in 2019, Avery McDaniel of Beloit, Wisconsin, is having the "busiest rental season ever." What's up with the clarinets?
Streaming accounts for the vast majority of recorded music income, but musicians and producers make fractions of a cent per stream.
Chris Farrell walks us through the business factors behind the enduring success of one of the world's greatest rock bands.
The Hipgnosis founder says his goal is to make money for shareholders and “change where the songwriter sits in the economic equation.”