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Rick Ross – “Movin’ Bass” (Feat. Jay Z) + MORE

Rick Ross has shared another track from his second album of the year, Hood Billionaire. So far, we’ve heard “Elvis Presley Blvd.,” the R. Kelly-assisted “Keep Doin’ That,” and “Nickel Rock” with Lil Boosie. “Movin’ Bass” is produced b.... More »
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Sam Smith Storms Back To No 1 With Debut Album In The Lonely Hour + MORE

As Lilly Wood & Robin Schultz reign at the top of the singles chart for a second week....... More »
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ATP Music Festival Disputes “Vindictive” Allegations, But Screwed Ticketholders Still Not Happy + MORE

Following the last-minute cancellation of the Jabberwocky music festival, which was set to make its debut in London over the weekend, promoters All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP) found themselves slugged with legal action from the event’s ticketing agency, Dash Tickets, and publicity company, .... More »
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Salomé, Wexford Festival, review: 'intriguing' + MORE

Antoine Mariotte's dull version of Oscar Wilde's tale is given a surprisingly successful makeover, says John Allison.... More »
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Your MTV Top 20 – Monday July 28th 2014 + MORE

Ariana Grande holds the top spot for the week with ‘Problem‘ Feat. Iggy Azalea, while One Direction started the week off low sitting at #20 but managed to make a recovery landing the #2 spot, pushing Ed Sheeran ‘Sing‘-ing down to #3. New this week: -Lilly Wood & The Prick.... More »
R. Kelly Sets ‘Black Panties’ Release Date
Black Panties are flying onto shelves this November. R. Kelly has set a release date for his upcoming album.

The R&B veteran’s 12th album will arrive on Nov. 11, he announced during a listening session in Atlanta over the weekend (via Billboard).
“If you can take tragedy and turn it into triumph, that’s when you’ve reached the zenith of a true champion,” said Kellz…

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Future Music and Goodlife Festival still going ahead for 2014 Future Music and Goodlife Festival still going ahead for 2014

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Crow releases ‘Feels Like Home,’ her first country album, this week.

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Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – AM

– consequenceofsound.net

Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – AMFor a time, Arctic Monkeys were the most popular band in Britain. On the heels of hit single “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” and massive blog hype, the band’s first album, 2006′s Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, went on to become the fastest-selling British debut in history, an overnight success…

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BBC decision to axe Radio 2 show Big Band Special is a crass mistake, says Martin Chilton.    

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Elvis Costello & the Roots – Wise Up Ghost: Exclusive album streamHave a listen to this unique collaboration between Elvis and ?uestlove’s gang – then let us know your thoughtsFans of pop trivia will know that Elvis Costello’s first-ever claim to fame was that he contributed backing vocals to Secret Lemonade Drinker, the song his dad, Ross MacManus, performed for an R White’s Lemonade TV advert in the 70s…

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Arcade Fire and David Bowie team up on ReflektorMontreal band releases new single and video by Anton Corbijn ahead of not-so-secret Sept. 9 show at Montreal’s Club Salsathèque.

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Vijay Iyer’s and Mike Ladd’s ‘Holding It Down’ focuses on the enduring effect of the U.S. war effort and is inspired by interviews with Iraq and Afghanistan veterans about their dreams.If there’s any one thread running through today’s pop music, it’s the amazing ability for most songs to be about absolutely nothing.

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The band gets black and white and weird all over in the video for their new single.

By Brenna Ehrlich

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Interview: Arsenio Hall Speaks On His Return To TV, Farrakhan & TupacBETTER LATE THAN NEVER
The Arsenio Hall Show shook up ’90s nighttime TV with hip-hop generation guests, culture-defining gags and iconic interviews. As Hall prepares for the legendary show’s reboot, the actor/host drops gems on his grand closing and reopening

-If you’re doing anything new, you’re going to be met by opposition…

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