You can find their updates on the Search Knowledge Panel which also includes the basic information about the musicians, their social media channels, discography, links to where you can listen to them, etc.
In what could damage Twitter's popularity, Google is now allowing U.S. musicians to post updates directly to its Search result pages.
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Musicians can go to posts.google.com and get verified. You can now see some of these posts for artists like Sia, Lorde, Steve Aoki. Fans can know if the updates are from a verified musicians if there is a blue checkmark next to the artist's name. Simply perform a Google search and you can see the artists update in a sort of Twitter-feed kind of format.
Google has made an update to its search functionality that increases the presence of artists with a wide range of updates including from social channels.