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Justin Bieber and Drake’s dad might seem like an unlikely duo, but they apparently have a surprise on the way. Well, that’s if you believe Drake’s pops, Dennis Graham.
“We have a surprise coming soon stay tuned,” he said on Insta.
What could these two possibly have in store? It’s hard t.... More »
Beyoncé and Jay Z made what became one of the biggest songs of the year with “Drunk in Love,” but now a Hungarian singer is saying they don’t deserve all the credit.
In fact, they don’t deserve 29 percent of the credit, to be exact.
This comes in a new lawsuit, according to Complex, wh.... More »
News that La Roux‘s much-anticipated sophomore set Trouble In Paradise is expected to drop on July 7 got the internet buzzing a couple of weeks ago. (The duo’s French label let the cat out of the bag by including the release date in a newsletter). Fans loudly rejoiced that the drought w.... More »
Kanye West returned to Bonnaroo on June 13, for the first time in six years – on time, though not without a score to settle. To a crowd of 80,000, West brought up his disastrous 2008 headlining set, which he famously began at 4:30 a.m. instead of 2:45 as billed. And, as he had on his now-defunct b.... More »
Lorde's effort at James Blake's Retrograde got a mixed response from fussy listeners. .... More »
All hail Queen Bey. A little over 24 hours after making its debut on iTunes, Beyoncé’s surprise album has sold a whopping 430,000 copies.
According to Billboard, the self-titled visual LP has moved enough units to secure the No. 1 spot on next week’s Billboard 200.
BEYONCÉ sold over 80,000 downloads in the three hours from 9 p…
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When Chicago record label Kranky opened their doors in the early ’90s, their propensity for deep, slow, fragile records was highlighted by now veteran acts like Labradford, Stars of the Lid, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Low. While bands like Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, and Superchunk were delivering guitar-heavy smashes, Kranky bands enveloped and mesmerized the listener, often with mellow, expressive electronics and strings…
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Dick Van Dyke celebrates his 88th birthday Friday, and the comedy legend has been much in the news recently. He was saved from his burning Jaguar, he posed with Julie Andrews for a "Mary Poppins" reunion, and he attended his grandson’s art show and joked, "I feel like Justin Bieber.
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Devon genre-blenders Muse usually fill openair basins three times the size of Sydney’s Allphones Arena; six albums in and the trio are now just as lauded for the LED imagery, lasers and state of the art histrionics featured in their live show than the rock operatics that have landed multiple synch deals and topped international charts…
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Family and friends — including country music star George Canyon — are mourning the loss of a Calgary pilot, who died in a plane crash after dropping off the singer in Lloydminster.Bill Lovse was flying back to High River when his single-engine Cessna 210 crashed, slid and came to rest against a house about two kilometres east of the Lloydminster Airport on Saturday afternoon…
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Joe Bihari, who co-founded Modern Records, the Los Angeles-based record company that discovered such rhythm-and-blues performers as B.B. King, Etta James and Ike Turner, died Nov. 28 in a Los Angeles hospital. He was 88. Read full article >>
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Lily Allen is spending her third week at the top of the Official UK Singles Chart with her cover of Keane’s Somewhere Only We Know. The single – which features in the much talked about John Lewis Christmas…
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Former X Factor winner James Arthur has apologised for a second time for his recent behaviour. The singer made an on-air apology following his performance on this year’s talent show a few weeks back -…
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