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ZAYN Malik and Gigi Hadid stare lustily into each other’s eyes and share a passionate kiss in the video for his new single as he reveals when his album will drop..... More »
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MILEY Cyrus’s first Australian gig proved that she is a contemporary pop culture phenomenon..... More »
It’s officially hot out on the West Coast and G-Eazy is trying to take over the summer. He might do so with “In The Meantime,” because not only does he have Quavo on the hook, but DJ Mustard is on the beat. Plus, he’s catering to the shortys with the record. The party doesn&.... More »
NY Theo has some vibes cooking in the kitchen..... More »
Singer Enrique Iglesias had a lot of fun while writing songs in both English and Spanish for his new album “Sex and Love”. He says that the best thing about his latest record is that its bilingual …
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Robyn Hitchcock and Psychedelic Furs — two classic English rock stars of the 1970s together at last. Hitchcock covered the Furs’ 1984 single “The Ghost In You” for his upcoming The Man Upstairs, a collection built from “part well-known favorites, part personal discoveries, and part originals…
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Crew love has always run deep in hip-hop.
From legendary duos OutKast and Tha Dogg Pound to three pieces like The Lox to rectangles like Black Hippy to full-blown gangs like the mighty Wu-Tang Clan, collectives have left massive footprints in hip-hop’s concrete jungles.
And now we’re pitting these cliques against each other to find out which is the people’s choice…
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We were the first festival to take place in city’s Baltic Triangle district. Disused and newly converted warehouse venues set the scene each year for a cacophony of the greatest, ground-breaking, weird and wonderful, and immensely talented grass-roots musicians and artists from Liverpool and further afield…
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The frontman for the costume-clad “extraterrestrial” metal band Gwar died of an accidental heroin overdose, the Virginia coroner’s office told local media Tuesday.
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The DJs, bands, dance nights and parties you need to plan for. We’ll feature more events throughout the week. The Brooklyn Mash The Brooklyn Mash, a week-long festival sponsored by the Brooklyn Brewing Company, purports to show us “What’s next in food, film, comedy, music, books and beer.” While you can expect the kind of humility New Yorkers are known for — “Brooklyn is quietly becoming the nation’s capital of comedy” is a sample press release quote — there’s a lot going on that’s worth your time, especially if you like beer…
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“As little as five to 10 years ago, it would have been unthinkable to have made this album the way I did. Emotionally and artistically, I think I had to become hungry again — I had been a professional musician since I was 14 years old and needed some time away from the business.”
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Staind frontman Aaron Lewis launched into an expletive-ridden rant on stage at a concert in Kansas City on Saturday, admonishing members of the crowd for touching a girl he said looked about “15 years old”.
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Advertising Standards Authority says poster can only be displayed in areas where it is unlikely to be seen by childrenA poster for Rihanna’s perfume Rogue has been restricted to areas where children are unlikely to see it because of its "sexually suggestive" image of the pop star.The poster features an image of the singer sitting on the floor with her head and shoulders leaning against a wall and her legs raised against a large bottle of perfume…
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Sinead O’Connor has a new album name, and a new look.O’Connor took a cue from Sheryl Sandberg’s “Ban Bossy” censorship advocacy campaign and has dubbed her new album, due out Aug. 12, “I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss.
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