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The rapper and singer cites "deadlines" as the reason for show cancellations..... More »
Desert Trip will feature the likes of Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and Neil Young, tickets top out at $1,600 and it may never be staged again..... More »
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PHOTO: Robert R. McElroy | Getty Images We reported the other day on a bizarre five-second audio clip Paul McCartney had posted on his social network. The clip packed in dozens of snippets of songs t...... More »
Nick Cannon shoots his shot with Rihanna.
The multi-hyphenate star has unleashed a remix to RiRi’s “Sex with Me,” reworking the ANTI smash into a new track titled “Sex with Me Is Ncredible.”
While Bad Gal handles the original hook, the “America’s Got Talen.... More »
Beyonce has a saying about marriage, and I believe it goes something along the lines of “If you liked it then you should’ve put a ring on it.” Well, ladies, Vine star, supermarket swimmer, and tank-top enthusiast Logan Paul took that to heart (which is wise since you definitely don’t want The Beygency on your…
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Singer Taylor Swift has reportedly suggested her friend and singer Selena Gomez to follow in her footsteps and write songs about past relationships. Swift has told the 21-year-old to blast troubled …
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And then there were three. Aundrea Fimbres has officially announced her departure from Danity Kane.There had been speculation that the 30-year-old singer was leaving the group, and she finally put the rumors to rest during DK’s first show on their #DKNoFilterTour at The Fillmore in San Francisco on Friday night…
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Elbow is undertaking its broadest North American tour since supporting its breakthrough fourth album, “The Seldom Seen Kid,” in 2008. A newfound maturity permeates their music.
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A federal judge ruled Friday that the Billboard Music Awards can use a hologram of deceased pop icon Michael Jackson at this weekend’s show, rejecting efforts from tech companies seeking to block the digital performance.
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