The Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna and J.Rey Soul’s ‘Mamacita’ Rises to Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs Chart (samples ‘La Isla Bonita’)

Courtesy Photo Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna, J. Rey Soul “MAMACITA” The Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna and J.Rey Soul’s “Mamacita” hits the top 10 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Jun 6) climbing 17-7. It’s the second top 10 for the Peas, the 22nd for Ozuna, and first for J.Rey Soul. With “Mamacita’s” rise to the top 10, Black…

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Madonna, U2 Manager Guy Oseary No Longer Running Maverick; What Does it Mean for the Collective?

Joe Schildhorn/BFA/REX/Shutterstock Guy Oseary has “stepped down” from the day-to-day running Maverick, the management collective he founded in 2014. “I’m ready for my new chapter and welcome the opportunity to have more time to focus on management of Madonna and U2 while furthering my passion for identifying and incubating revolutionary businesses,” said Oseary in a statement, first published by Billboard. Moving…

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Buffalo Rose covers Madonna, White Stripes on one-mic album

For Buffalo Rose, covering Madonna’s “Borderline” did not come without some internal discussion. The Pittsburgh string band does a loving take on the 1983 Madonna hit on “Borrowed & Blue: Live Around One Microphone” a new EP that found them recording, just like they practice, around one mic in the grand folk/bluegrass tradition. “It was…

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How Madonna Blurred the Lines Between Personal and Persona on ‘I’m Breathless’

Tied to her turn in Dick Tracy, the album offered a sneakily subversive spin on the Disney blockbuster, with songs like “Vogue,” “Hanky Panky,” and more Moviestore/Shutterstock Thirty years ago this month, Madonna released one of the most fascinating records in her catalogue, I’m Breathless. Attached to her role as the nightclub singer/femme fatale in Warren Beatty’s 1990 film Dick Tracy, I’m…

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