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  • Genius' Top-Ranked Kanye Expert: Kim Kardashian Is Changing His Music

    Kanye West has never resisted the opportunity to communicate his pride, adoration and love for spouse Kim Kardashian in interviews, on social media and through his lyrics. With a new album on the horizon, it's more important now than ever to understand the effect their relationship has had on his...

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  • Hear Zac Brown Band and Avicii's Sparkling 'Broken Arrows'

    Zac Brown Band has joined EDM DJ Avicii for "Broken Arrows," a danceable banger from the Swedish producer's upcoming album Stories. Check it out below. Previewing the track on his Le7els podcast, Avicii had kind words to say about Brown, an artist with his own history of blurring genre boundaries.…

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  • Signed Beatles Postcard, Vulgar Jim Morrison Comic Up for Auction

    Several pieces of autographed Beatles memorabilia, including a postcard signed by all four members during their stay in Miami Beach while filming an appearance for the Ed Sullivan Show, are up for auction via Lelands. The postcard from 1964 is currently priced at over $12,500 and was signed during…

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  • Robin Thicke: 'I Know the Difference Between Inspiration and Theft'

    Robin Thicke maintained that he did not plagiarize Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" when he co-wrote "Blurred Lines" in his first interview since a jury decided otherwise. "I know the difference between inspiration and theft," he recently told The New York Times. "I’m constantly...

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  • Amy Winehouse Demos for Unfinished Third LP Destroyed

    Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning in July 2011 at age 27, with only two studio albums to her name. The troubled singer recorded demos for a third LP, but those tracks will never be heard – since they were destroyed by David Joseph, chairman/CEO of Winehouse's label, Universal Music...

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  • Luke Bryan on 'Kill the Lights,' Country's Sexiest Men

    Luke Bryan is in the middle of one of his biggest years. In March, he wrapped up his wildly popular Spring Break EP collection and is pregaming for the August release of his fifth studio album Kill the Lights with his Kick the Dust Up tour. "With Kill the Lights, my...

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  • Hear Prince's Psychedelic New Song, 'HARDROCKLOVER'

    Prince's new song, "HARDROCKLOVER," opens not with the expected thunderous riff, but a minimalist synth pulse. The singer-guitarist surveys the hazy scene at a party, "in between this waking life and R.E.M." – but when the title lover walks in the room, the track erupts with psychedelic wah-wah,…

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  • Brandy Clark Hints New Album Will Have More Edge

    Brandy Clark's Grammy-nominated debut, 12 Stories is fairly even-toned, never jarring – at least not musically. The songs serve mainly as vehicles for Clark's angelic vocals and devilish lyrics ("Crazy women are made by crazy men," "What'll keep me out of heaven will take me there tonight"). But…

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  • Luke Bryan Sets Dates for Annual Farm Tour

    Luke Bryan, the son of a Georgia peanut farmer, revisits his family's farming roots again as the country superstar has announced his seventh annual Luke Bryan Farm Tour, kicking off in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on September 30th. Like last year's trek, this year's itinerary includes eight stops, four…

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  • Bono, Edge Break Down Tumultuous Origins of U2's 'Cedarwood Road'

    Bono and the Edge broke down U2's songwriting process and recalled the rough North Dublin roots that inspired the Songs of Innocence cut, "Cedarwood Road," in a revealing interview for Song Exploder. The song gets its name and story from the street Bono grew up on, but it...

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  • Flashback: Yes Play 'Starship Trooper' on Last Tour With Classic Lineup

    The death of Yes bassist Chris Squire is a tragedy on many levels, only one of which is the fact that a complete reunion of the classic lineup of the band is now impossible. Discounting the short-lived late 1980s Yes splinter group Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, Squire played in...

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  • Kip Moore Admits Scrapping Entire Album for New Songs

    Last June, Kip Moore was promoting a new single and expecting a fall release date for his second album. The song, "Dirt Road," had more to it than the title suggests, telling the story of a Southern kid who begins to reject the message his preacher sends down from the...

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  • Watch Carrie Underwood Rap in Wiz Khalifa Mash-Up

    It's been more than two years since Carrie Underwood released "See You Again," the faith-fueled power ballad that doubled as her final single from 2012's Blown Away. While headlining the Big Barrel Country Music Festival last Sunday evening, though, she gave the song a 2015 makeover, throwing a...

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  • Watch U2 Debut 'Innocence' Bonus Track 'The Crystal Ballroom' Live

    U2 were about halfway through their fourth consecutive concert at Chicago's United Center when Bono announced they were going to perform a song they'd never done before. "There's a bunch of people that have been on the road since we started this tour," he said. "I have no idea...

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  • Meet Brian Wilson's Secret Weapon: Darian Sahanaja

    Darian Sahanaja has been Brian Wilson's keyboardist and musical director ever since the Beach Boy returned to the road as a solo artist in 1999, but some nights he still looks around the stage and can barely believe what he's a part of. "It can be mind-blowing," he says....

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  • Dierks Bentley on New York City's Surprising Reaction to Country Music

    Last Friday, Dierks Bentley headlined the opening night of FarmBorough, New York City's first large-scale country music festival. His only regret was that this left him little time to hang out in Manhattan or Brooklyn. "I wish today that I could have cruised around," he told reporters backstage…

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  • Apple Music: Everything You Need to Know

    Nearly 15 years ago, Apple positioned itself on the digital-music vanguard with iTunes and the iPod, sending the music industry into a tizzy to quickly adapt. Now, with today's launch of the company's new streaming service, Apple Music — amid stiff competition from established streaming leaders…

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  • Hear Puff Daddy, Pharrell's Hypnotic 'Finna Get Loose'

    After premiering "Finna Get Loose" onstage during Sunday's BET Awards, Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs has released an official version of the hypnotic single. "Loose" finds the Bad Boy Entertainment mogul trading rhymes with Pharrell over throbbing synth-bass, skittering programmed drums and chanted…

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  • Thomas Rhett Readies New Album 'Tangled Up'

    Earlier this year, Thomas Rhett talked to Rolling Stone Country about how his affection for soul music was shaping his new album. On September 25th, fans will hear just how funky Rhett has become when he releases Tangled Up. The follow-up to 2013's It Goes Like This, his second LP...

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  • The Game Charged With Assault, Making Criminal Threats

    The Game has been arraigned and charged with a misdemeanor count of assault and battery and one felony count of making criminal threats following a March 29th incident where the rapper allegedly got into an altercation with an off-duty police officer during a basketball game. The Game will make his…

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