• Justin Timberlake Responds to Kanye West's Big MTV VMAs Diss

    Looks like Justin Timberlake is changing his tune about Kanye West. The 38-year-old "All Day" rapper called out the "Mirrors" singer during his epic acceptance speech for his Video Vanguard award at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, when he recounted a past experience at the GRAMMYs. "The…

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  • Skylar Spence Premieres New Single 'I Can't Be Your Superman': Exclusive

    Skylar Spence debuts his new single "I Can't Be Your Superman" in anticipation of his debut album 'Prom King.'

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  • Master composers used to handwrite their music. Some were complete slobs.

    Today, the treble clef appears printed on composers' notepaper or preloaded on computers. In the past, even the greatest musical geniuses often had to write out the treble clef themselves. Musical geniuses ... trying to draw a treble clef.

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  • Borns Prepares for October Album Release Following Amex AIR Concert

    Garrett Borns, who performs under the name Børns, grew up in Michigan surrounded by the arts. As a teenager he studied visual artists and filmmaking, but soon discovered that music was his true passion.

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  • Janet Jackson Opens World Tour With New Song Featuring Missy Elliott

    Janet Jackson launched her world tour in Vancouver Monday night, and though her set was reportedly a hit-heavy 32 songs long, the show opened with a new Unbreakable track featuring Missy Elliott. A fan-shot video captured the opening moments of the show, which featured a Hitchcockian intro video…

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  • Where Were the Good Songs of Summer?

    Back when songs had creative lyrics and tunes were memorable, we turned up the volume on our record players and cassette tapes and sang along with the Beach Boys, the Rolling Stones, and The Beatles. Most of the summer hits from our childhood are still popular today, and the melodies linger like…

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  • The Politics Of N.W.A. And Hip Hop Feminism

    "Straight Outta Compton," the biopic of hip-hop group N.W.A., seems to have struck a nerve amid a steady stream of highly publicized police violence toward black men. The film frames the group as political artists who verbalized an experience that had yet to be articulated; Ice Cube has called…

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    Rihanna to Celebrate a Decade in Music

    At the launch of her new fragrance 'Ri Ri' in New York, Rihanna talked about her new album and her plans to celebrate ten years in the music business. (Sept. 1)

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  • OZY Presents: Powerdove

    An ethereal, on-the-fly street performance by avant-garde artist Annie Lewandowski, aka Powerdove.

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  • White House Reacts to Kanye West's 2020 Presidential Bid

    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest jokingly reacted to a possible Kanye West Wing. The 38-year-old rapper announced at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards, upon accepting the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, that he plans to run for president in 2020. While speaking to reporters aboard…

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  • U.S. Open 2015: Get Your Tennis Fix With These 14 Music Videos

    Before settling in for the latest Wimbledon matches -- and some strawberries and cream, of course -- you can also get your tennis fix by watching these 14 music videos. We compiled a collection of clips that are either set on tennis courts, feature tennis players, or just have the word "tennis"…

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  • #1 Reason Not To Buy A New Computer

    Find out the real reason behind slow computers!

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  • Los Lobos Return With New Track 'Made to Break Your Heart' From First New Album in Five Years: Exclusive Song Premiere

    The members of Los Lobos admit that going into the studio with nothing other than some basic ideas -- as they've tended to make their albums in recent years -- can be a bit nerve-wracking. "At first you don't know if it's gonna roll," the group's David Hidalgo tells Billboard. "So far it's…

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  • Globe Hall Will Bring Barbecue and Live Music to Globeville

    Globe Hall, brainchild of Texas native Jeff Cornelius, has taken over a space that was most recently home to the Sidewinder Tavern. Part of the coming attraction's new space is a building named St. Jacob's Lodge Hall, which served as a meeting hall to the Slovenian and Croatian communities. Globe…

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  • Forget the Words... Listen to the Beat

    I recently stumbled on an old Peter Tosh song named "Stepping Razor." The single was from the album "Wanted Dread & Alive." While listening to the lyrics and the rhythm of the song I began to reminisce about the emotion and passion of this particular song. This song created a sense of empowerment…

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  • College finds manuscript of song that inspired 'Happy Birthday'

    By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) - A college librarian in Kentucky has found the 19th-century manuscript of a musical number that gave rise to one of the most widely performed songs in the world, "Happy Birthday to You," University of Louisville officials said on Monday. The discovery will likely…

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  • Track of the Day: 'E•MO•TION'

    On Saturday, I wrote up a different Carly Rae Jepsen track. I promise that not every track of every day will be from “E•MO•TION,” her new album. But right now I’m helpless, adrift in a post-“E•MO•TION” world, agog at a sky full of gumdrops and ’80s neon. And I am agog, too, at the moment 20 seconds…

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  • 7 Musicians Who Became Famous Late in Life

    These 7 musicians got their big break later in life.

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