By Rito P. Asilo
Will the recent controversies involving One Direction—from weed-smoking to plagiarism—put a dent on the famous quintet’s chart-topping feats? When “Midnight Memories,” the group’s third studio recording, was released in November last year, 1D became the first band in the history of the Billboard 200 to have its first three albums debut at No. 1. Will “Fourth,” the latest album of Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik, follow suit?
LONDON — Pop singers and musicians including One Direction, Bono and Ellie Goulding have joined forces to record a charity song to raise funds to ease Africa’s Ebola crisis. The recording is a new version of the Band Aid charity single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” which was first recorded 30 years ago to raise […]
In just four years, One Direction has cultivated a feverish fan base so strong, the boy band can sell out US stadiums, a feat that mirrors ‘N Sync’s success more than a decade ago, and an achievement only a handful of musicians can claim.
By Allan Policarpio
Music trends go in cycles—what was considered the rage more than 10 years ago could well make a comeback, differently packaged.
Things are heading in a new direction for English third-division soccer team Doncaster.