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  • Taylor Swift Says 'Bad Blood' Beef With Katy Perry Was Diversion Tactic

    GQ’s upcoming November issue features Taylor Swift on the cover and writer Chuck Klosterman questioned her about the prevailing rumor that “Bad Blood” is about Katy Perry.

  • Miley Cyrus Wants to See You Naked and Covered in Milk at Upcoming Concert

    Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz are planning to perform a concert completely nude, band member Wayne Coyne says in a post on Instagram.

  • Writing Upcoming Memoir Was ‘Therapeutic’ for Bobby Brown After Daughter’s Death

    Not even three months after the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina, singer Bobby Brown has announced he’ll be releasing a tell-all memoir.

  • Steven Tyler Demands Trump Stop Playing ‘Dream On,' Insists It’s Not ‘Personal’

    Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler gave presidential candidate Donald Trump a reality check after asking his campaign to stop using the song “Dream On." The singer’s representatives issued a cease-and-desist letter, writing, “Trump for President does not have our client’s permission to use ‘Dream On’…because it gives the false impression that [Steven Tyler] is connected with or endorses Mr. Trump’s presidential bid.”

  • Shirley Manson on Chrissie Hynde, Crises of Confidence, and 20 Years of Garbage

    "Chrissie Hyne has offended so many people and hurt so many people who were so disappointed, but she's not perfect. She's to be forgiven, because she's done so many other great things for women. I wouldn't have had an opportunity to be in this position had it not been for a fearless warrior like her."

  • Taylor Swift Cried, Binged on Burgers After Losing Grammy in 2014

    Taylor Swift took it pretty hard when she was passed over for “Album Of The Year” at the 2013 GRAMMYs. At a recent intimate listening session, she spoke to the Nashville chapter of the Recording Academy about how she initially thought her album “Red” had won – but then found out it actually lost to two French robots. She said, “When [the GRAMMYs] announced the “Album of the Year” winner, it was like ‘and the Album of the Year goes to…Reeeeaaandom Access Memories, Daft Punk.'

  • Emma Stone Interpretive Dances the Hell Out of New Music Video, 'Anna'

    Emma Stone might play a money-hungry passenger in her latest on-camera role, but she probably didn’t take the job for the paycheck

  • The Darkness's Justin Hawkins Lists His Top 10 Touring Traditions

    As rock 'n' roll road warriors the Darkness embark on the Blast of Our Kind tour starting this Friday (see all tour dates here) and prepare for their Yahoo Live stream on the 20th of this month, frontgod Justin Hawkins has jotted down for Yahoo Music his favorite things about road life. Slip into your unitard and enjoy the ride!

  • Nicki Minaj Calls Out Miley Cyrus on Racial Hypocrisy

    In a new article for The New York Times Magazine – apparently, the venerable news outlet is serving as a sort of liaison between the two pop stars – Minaj explained why Cyrus’s comments got her so heated, saying it’s hypocritical of her to “feel upset about me speaking on something that affects black women.”

  • Kanye West Has Been Thinking of Running for President for Five Years

    During a recent two-hour interview with Lou Stoppard of fashion website SHOWstudio, West touched on several big “what if” questions concerning his potential presidency -- although he first confirmed that yes, he actually, seriously, for-real-for-real is running.

  • Franz Ferdinand, Sparks Join Forces for Supergroup FFS

    In the world of internet acronyms, FFS may be self-explanatory to those with overly clever, nasty mouths. But clever as it may be, this week’s newly released album FFS—by a new group with that very same name—is anything but nasty. It is instead sharp, catchy, aggressive, and sophisticated—and it the unexpected union of two unique groups from two different eras.

  • The Beastie Boys Will (Sort of) Appear in Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    The Beastie Boys are rumored to be featured in the upcoming Star Wars movie, although if it’s true, it’s more a tribute than an actual, physical appearance.

  • Will Smith Raps About Electric Cars, Sofia Vergara on First Song in Decade

    Not to be outdone by his son Jaden, Will Smith has returned to rapping. The man who once shamelessly coined the phrase “Big Willie Style” is featured on a new remix of a song called “Fiesta” by Colombian group Bomba Estéreo.

  • Honey Boo Boo’s ‘Movin’ Up’ Is Reality TV’s ‘Started From the Bottom’

    Ten-year-old reality TV star Alana Thompson AKA Honey Boo Boo has made the jump to recording artist with a new song and video called “Movin’ Up."

  • Zac Hanson Talks Turning 30. Yes, 30!

    It seems like just the other day that a little long-haired lad named Zac Hanson was MMMBopping his way up the charts and into America's hearts. But hard as it may be believe, the youngest Hanson brother -- who was only 6 when he formed Hanson with his elder siblings Isaac and Taylor, and 12 years old when their 10-million-selling debut album Middle of Nowhere came out -- is turning 30 this month. This shocking revelation brings serious new weight to that "MMMBop" line about "when you get old and start losing your hair."

  • Apple Music Seeks New Listeners in China with Discounted Debut

    Exactly three months ago today, Apple Music launched in the U.S., and now the streaming service has expanded into China. It’s unsurprising that one of the world’s most popular brands is seeking the ears of one of the world’s most populous countries, and Chinese listeners are getting a deal out of it too.

  • Bon Jovi, ABBA, Queen, Top Scientific ‘Feel-Good’ Playlist

    If hearing “Livin’ on a Prayer” gives you an uncontrollable urge to fist-pump and sing along, it’s not because of nostalgia or your New Jersey roots. A new scientific study has assembled the most “feel-good” songs in music, and artists like Bon Jovi, Queen, ABBA, Billy Joel and more made the cut.

  • Rihanna Fans Take Crazy Measures to Not Lose Place in Line

    Rihanna sure does have some super passionate fans! Rihanna was in Rio, de Janeiro over the weekend to perform in the Rock In Rio music festival. And some of her die-hard Brazilian fans attending the show were so determined to get front and center to the stage for the performance they took extraordinary measures to make sure they didn’t lose their spots in line.

  • Iron Maiden Frontman Calls Lady Gaga 'Way Better' Than Madonna

    Earlier this month, Lady Gaga had some very nice things to say about metal gods Iron Maiden, calling them “one of the greatest rock bands in history.” She also commented to CR Fashion Book on the knee-jerk comparisons made between her and Madonna, saying that she actually identifies more with Iron Maiden than the pop singer.

  • State of The Arcs: Dan Auerbach Talks New Band, Old Feud

    The Zen-like Auerbach classily refrains a swing at Jack White in this interview. “It’s so tempting with all the goodies that I know, but I’m just not gonna do it. I’ve been so busy and focused on making music.”