Danny Boyle’s newest film ‘Yesterday’ is also maybe the weirdest that he has ever made… and that is saying a lot.
Making an album is a lengthy, back-breaking grind––a lot of sweat and tears and sleepless nights go into wrestling nebulous ideas into something worthy and palpable, a finished product that not only satisfies the artist’s vision, but also that of the record label, the critics, the haters, the fans, the superfans––the list goes on and on when you are as big and peerless as Ed Sheeran.
This week’s special edition of Scoreboard tallies up the year-end scores for 2017
This week on Scoreboard country star Luke Bryan takes #1 on the Billboard 200 and Grammy previews continue with Julia Michaels
This week on Scoreboard U2 has the #1 album in the U.S. and Grammy previews continue with SZA
This week on Scoreboard Grammy previews continue with Alessia Cara and Ed Sheeran gets assistance from Beyoncé on “Perfect (Remix)”
This Labor Day weekend, Scoreboard reviews summer ’17 on the charts, including a milestone set by “Despacito”
This week Calvin Harris has the biggest new album and Scoreboard takes a look at Nielsen’s mid-year charts
Trey Songz has the biggest new album this week; Scoreboard spotlights Lil Yachty & Kyle.
Ed Sheeran’s newest album “Divide” is a deeply personal and heart-wrenching collection of songs that show Ed coming to terms with his current self as well as his past demons.