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  • Inside the Splintered Mind of Gary Numan

    Gary Numan is a bona fide synth-rock pioneer and the artist behind "Cars," one the biggest and most beloved new wave hits of all time. And his critically acclaimed 12th studio album, "Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)," is his highest-charting release since 1983. But you wouldn't know it from talking to the man, who remains as humble — and unsure of himself — as the day he accidentally stumbled upon his first synthesizer in the late 1970s.

  • Inside Master P's Domain: Wife's Divorce Docs Raise Curtain on Lavish Lifestyle

    Sonya Miller, who filed for divorce from hip-hop mogul Master P last October, wants 37 percent of the rap star's estimated $178 million in assets, businesses and cash.

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  • Katy Perry's Latest Gift: Her 'Birthday' Video

    Katy Perry attended five different, apparently real-life, birthday parties in disguise as the entertainment. The problem is, she's your worst nightmare.

  • American Idol, The Day After: Top 6 Performances Dish

    Who better to discuss last night's Grump Cat-dominated "American Idol" episode than world-renowned "Idol" authority and cat enthusiast Jim Cantiello?

  • Blur’s ‘Parklife’ Turns 20! 10 Fascinating Facts You Might Not Know

    Blur's landmark third album, "Parklife," turns 20 this week. Credited with ushering in a new era of British music known as Britpop that paid homage to iconic pop bands such as the Kinks while intelligently satirizing British culture, "Parklife" cemented Blur's status as post-grunge heroes, spawned four hit singles (including the bouncy "Girls & Boys," [...]

  • Avril Lavigne Fires Back at Racism Charges in ‘Hello Kitty’ Video, Experts Weigh In

    Avril Lavigne has been taking a ton of heat from her Japanese-themed "Hello Kitty" video, which was leaked on Wednesday. Some have called it racist, while others have said it's just plain terrible.

  • Chart Watch: Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolent” Debut

    Lana Del Rey's "West Coast" is the top new entry on this week's Hot 100 at #17. It's from her upcoming third studio album, "Ultraviolence." It's Del Rey's second top 20 hit, following "Summertime Sadness" (featuring Cedric Gervais, #6). "West Coast" enters the Hot Digital Songs chart at #6 this week, with first-week sales of [...]

  • Revolver Golden Gods Celebrate Best of Metal, Including Full Guns N’ Roses Set with Original Bassist

    For metal fans that feel unfairly represented by the Grammys and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Revolver Golden Gods is the only annual awards show that celebrates the music that provides the type of release and catharsis that keeps them devoted to the music genre, often for decades. And the Golden Gods [...]

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  • Cat's Got Their Tongues: Grumpy Cat Rocks the 'American Idol' Top 6

    Wednesday's top six theme on "American Idol" was "A Little Bit Country and a Little Bit Rock 'n' Roll" — because, you know, nothing ropes in those all-important younger viewers like a Donny & Marie reference! The bigger draw was no doubt Internet sensation Grumpy Cat, scowling in a way that could make even Simon Cowell look like a real pussycat, even when Caleb Johnson gave her a cute smooch.

  • Eric Paslay Delivers a Sheryl Crow Classic: 'Love Song or Prayer to God'

    Eric Paslay knows a thing or two about songwriting: In addition to his self-titled debut album, released in February and which boasts every single song written or co-written by himself, the country musician has written for fellow luminaries including Jake Owen, the Eli Young Band, Rascal Flatts, and Lady Antebellum.

  • Chart Watch: Former Teen Stars Make Good!

    Former teen stars are supposed to crash and burn and wind up as fodder for tabloid TV shows or "Where Are They Now?" features. Evidently, nobody told former teen stars Justin Timberlake and Chris Brown, who return to the top 10 on this week's Hot 100 with new singles. Timberlake's "Not A Bad Thing" jumps [...]

  • The Voice, The Day After: Season 6, Top 12 Results Dish

    Last night, "The Voice" held its first live results show Season 6, with Dani Moz and T.J. Wilkins going home, and Tess Boyer narrowly escaping elimination thanks to the #VoiceSave. Was this the right bottom three... and the right Instant Save recipient? That, of course, is up for debate.

  • Chart Watch: “Frozen” Gets Hotter

    You'd think the "Frozen" soundtrack would be slowing down by now, but it just keeps, well, snowballing. The album sold 259K copies this week, which constitutes its biggest sales week to date. This is the biggest one-week tally for a soundtrack since "Michael Jackson's This Is It" sold 373K copies in its first week in [...]

  • LeToya Luckett's Destiny Includes Serious Acting Roles

    LeToya Luckett's acting gigs are close to outnumbering her music credits. The original member of Destiny's Child co-stars in "From the Rough," a movie about Dr. Catana Starks, the first woman and first African American woman to coach a men's college golf team.

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  • 'Hello Kitty'… Goodbye Avril Lavigne's Cred?

    The bad news is, there's no actual Hello Kitty cameo in Avril Lavigne's new "Hello Kitty" music video. And the good news is… well, there is no good news. "Hello Kitty" is mewlingly terrible.

  • Nathan East Goes Solo With 'Daft Funk'

    He's played with everyone from Eric Clapton and Phil Collins to Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Beyonce, as well as his own jazz combo, Fourplay. Now, after three decades of making music, bassist Nathan East has released his first solo album, appropriately titled "Nathan East."

  • Born to Do It: The 'American Idol' Top 6 Talk Musical DNA

    Last year on "American Idol's" rival show "The X Factor," a contestant named Bree Randall claimed she was "literally born to do this! — a semantically incorrect sentence that was ultimately her undoing. But when it comes to the current crop of contestants on "Idol" Season 13, there's actually some truth to that statement. Music truly seems to be in their DNA.

  • 'The Voice' Top 12 Results: The Edge of Glory

    The first results show of "The Voice" Season 6 took place Tuesday, and it aired uneventfully, with no real surprises. Perhaps the only mild shocker was the fact that two Team Shakira contestants were in the bottom three, since Shakira had seemed to have such a strong team going into the top 12.

  • Aloe Blacc Defines What It Means to Be 'The Man'

    Aloe Blacc reveals that his character in the James Brown biopic "Get on Up" is not a fan of late Godfather of Soul. In the Imagine Entertainment film starring Chadwick Boseman, Dan Aykroyd, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Jill Scott, Aloe plays Nafloyd Scott, a guitarist in James's pre-fame band, The Famous Flames.

  • 10 Facts You Might Have Not Known About HAIM

    Sister-act trio HAIM made their debut as the musical guests on "Saturday Night Live" last year, and were one of the breakout acts of Coachella this month. With HAIM (pronounced like the Hebrew phrase L'chaim, not like late teen idol Corey Haim) currently blowing up, we thought we'd give you the rundown on the trio consisting of Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim.

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