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Drake and Diddy Brawl at Miami Nightclub + MORE

Drake can’t escape the drama. After being caught in the middle of Chris Brown and Karrueche’s breakup, the “0 to 100″ rapper had a physical confrontation with Diddy at a Miami nightclub on Monday morning. The fight reportedly erupted at DJ Khaled’s birthday party out.... More »
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Chance The Rapper Reacts To Kanye Calling Him ‘The Future’ At The VMAs + MORE

Chance the Rapper told MTV News how it felt when Kanye West called him "the future" at the VMAs..... More »
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Justin Bieber: the trouble with the wild child – is it all just a dysfunctional father-son relationship? + MORE

As the troubled star lands in a Miami court on a DUI charge, some are now questioning the influence of his father JeremyJustin Bieber's status in the teenage pop firmament may be threatened by his antics last week, when the 19-year old Canadian star was bailed after being arrested for racing a Lamb.... More »
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Drake’s ‘Views’ Numbers Slip, but He Holds on to a 12th Week at No. 1 + MORE

Gucci Mane’s “Everybody Looking” debuted at No. 2 and Twenty One Pilots’ year-old album “Blurryface” holds at No. 3..... More »
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Wretch 32 to preview album at Late at Tate Britain + MORE

Wretch 32 will preview tracks from his forthcoming album during a re-launch Late at Tate Britain event 6-10pm on Friday, 10 April..... More »
“Royals” still rules. Nominated for record of the year and song of the year at Sunday’s Grammy awards, Lorde’s breakout single has become massive enough to migrate across radio formats with surprising ease. For example: Instead of pushing new rap singles, urban radio programmers across the country have spent the past few months spinning a song by a New Zealand teenager that scold’s hip-hop’s celebration of “Cristal, Maybach, diamonds on your timepiece…

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Drake season is still in full swing, but the entire Young Money family is reuniting on wax this year to bring the heat.On the 2009 compilation album We Are Young Money, budding stars like Nicki Minaj got major shine on the hit "Bedrock," and YMCMB's 2014 follow up LP will more than likely deliver some new chart …

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Love didn’t keep them together. Not even Muskrat Love. And they’d better Shop Around. "Captain" Daryl Dragon and singer Toni Tennille are getting divorced after 39 years together, People reports.

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Elements of soul, jazz, country, rockabilly and conjunto. 10 p.m. at the Big Top Lounge, 3714 Main; 713-529-9899.

Without sounding retro, his music has connections to that contemplative, earthy brand of country music.

Local synth-pop trio unveils new EP “Abstract Desires.”

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Texas country singer-songwriter and radio host…

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The Wanted announce they're breaking up... for nowThe Wanted is throwing in the towel… for now. The British boy band — consisting of Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes – has announced that they’ll be taking an indefinite hiatus after completing their Word of Mouth World Tour. The musical group broke the news on their official site, writing: “This tour…

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Jhené Aiko Performs “Bed Peace,” “From Time” & More at BBC Radio 1 Future Festival
Just says after appearing on SNL alongside Drake, Jhené Aiko made her way across the pond to Maida Vale, London for BBC Radio 1′s annual Future Festival. Bringing her band along, the singer performed a medley of songs in front of a packed studio audience including “Bed Peace,” a solo version of Drake’s “From Time,” and her latest single “The Worst…

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All-European music bash brings Winny Puhh, Fuckhead and The Ex!The post The Eurosonic Noorderslag Festival Plots Continent’s Future Music appeared first on MOJO.

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Melbourne’s Hiatus Kaiyote To Perform At Grammys, “It’s An Honour”Im December, Australian future soul outfit Hiatus Kaiyote picked up a nomination in the 2014 Grammy Awards. The Melbourne-bred band’s re-worked version of neo-jazz cut ‘Nakamarra’ (featuring Q-Tip) is up for one of the coveted US gongs in the Best RnB Performance category, the band telling Tone Deaf last month that the surprise recognition, “floored […]

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$0.01 profit: the biggest music flops ever

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IS THIS the biggest music flop ever? A much-hyped US rapper has tweeted fans the profits from her debut album – a grand total of 1 cent.

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New Video: Disclosure Feat. Mary J. Blige “F For You”
Disclosure takes their “F For You” popular dance cut to another level, adding a legendary voice on the official remix. Mary J. Blige adds her heavenly vocals on the uptempo cut, assisting the U.K. electro duo on their hit single. As witnessed during their surprise performance in New York City earlier this week, the EDM crew and Queen of Hip-Hop Soul will have viewers moving with a vibrant animated visual, in support of Disclosure’s Settle LP…

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Architecture in Helsinki announce Australian tour! Architecture in Helsinki announce Australian tour!

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Video: Disclosure f/ Mary J. Blige – ‘F for You’
After debuting the song live at New York’s Terminal 5 over the weekend, Disclosure rolls out the full studio version of their single “F for You” featuring Mary J. Blige. The R&B powerhouse adds her soulful vocals to the U.K. duo’s EDM hit and gets down in the illustrated video…

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Scott Joplin's ragtime gets its dues

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Scott Joplin's ragtime gets its dues1973’s The Sting took it global, but there’s more to ragtime music than that film’s Keystone Kops crazy-chase soundtrackReading on mobile? Click here to listen to The Maple Leaf Rag played by Scott JoplinOne album was all it took to herald a revival. In 1970, the year of Simon & Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water and The Beatles’ Let It Be, a record of arcane late 19th-century American piano music, released on a label that was otherwise building its reputation as a chronicler of the hardcore American avant-garde, began to sell in implausible quantities…

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