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Kendrick Lamar Calls Next Album 'Very Urgent' in New Interview + MORE

Kendrick Lamar has more than enough cultural clout to get on the cover of the New York Times’ T Magazine, which is out this week....... More »
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Madonna wins Vogue copyright case in US appeal court + MORE

Court sides with singer in copyright lawsuit that alleged a producer had copied horn arrangement used in 1990 hitPop star Madonna has prevailed in a copyright lawsuit concerning her song Vogue in which the plaintiff alleged that a producer had copied a fraction of a second of a horn arrangement from.... More »
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Mac Miller Announces New Album ‘The Divine Feminine,’ Drops “Dang!” Feat. Anderson .Paak + MORE

Mac Miller has spent all week teasing something big for today, and he hasn’t disappointed. The Pittsburgh rapper took to Beats 1 this afternoon to announce his new album, The Divine Feminine, and also debut the project’s first single. “Dang!” finds Mac ditching the depressed.... More »
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What Taylor Swift's Best Friend Thinks About Calvin Harris + MORE

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are about as close as tour mates and collaborators can be..... More »
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Five Music Videos You May Never See Again + MORE

As YouTube prepares to launch their new subscription service, independent labels such as XL, Domino, 4AD, Cooking Vinyl and more are refusing to sign on the dotted line according to Financial Times. Citing "highly unfavorable terms," these indie labels and their representatives have sought to preven.... More »

Festival's varied line-up just the ticket

– www.theaustralian.com.au

DANCE, drama and disco will be drawing crowds to Sydney.

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'We know we’re not the world’s biggest band' says The Courteeners' frontman Liam FrayNowadays not many bands can boast of a six-year-long career and three consecutive and successful albums, but The Courteeners certainly can

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New Music: Chris Brown – ‘Wildcat’
Chris Brown is taking you higher this holiday season with his smoking new song. On the Drumma Boy-produced “Wildcat,” Breezy professes his love for Mary Jane, while sharing his freaky plans.
“I’ma break you down, baby/ Lick you like a swisher,” he sings.
Just last week, he released two versions of his new single “Loyal,” one which features Lil Wayne and Too $hort and the other with Weezy and French Montana…

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Weird 911 calls from Bieber's party

– www.dailytelegraph.com.au

DAYS after Justin Bieber said he was retiring, strange 911 calls have been released, which reveal a woman in distress at one of his parties.

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Download Ryan Hemsworth ☺RYANPACKv.1☺ MixtapeThe Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth earned Album Of The Week honors two months ago for his official debut LP Guilt Trips, a sharp collection of synth melodies and genre fusions. And now he’s followed it up with a new free mix called ☺RYANPACKv.1☺, which features his remixes of tracks by people like Future, Danny Brown, Beyoncé, Disclosure, R…

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Dolly Parton to renew wedding vows for 50th anniversary to Carl DeanIt may be more than two years away, but Dolly Parton is planning to celebrate her 50th anniversary with husband Carl Dean in a very special way.The country music icon reveals to Closer Weekly that the private pair will renew their wedding vows to commemorate the milestone occasion in 2016.

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This Is It, Michael Jackson, review

– www.telegraph.co.uk

This Is It shows Michael Jackson’s struggle to stay on top of a hugely demanding show, but non-believers will find little of interest    

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The LOX Debates the State of New York Hip-Hop on Hot 97′s Morning Show
The State of New York hip-hop has been one of the hottest topics of the year, thanks in part to the fuel that Kendrick Lamar and Trinidad Jame$ respectively threw on the fire. During a recent stop by Hot 97′s Morning Show, NYC vets The LOX decided to weigh in on the debate. The conversation got pretty heated as Styles P, Ebro and Cipha Sounds went back-and-forth, addressing issues like the decline of the New York hip-hop club scene, the domination of Southern music, and artists and DJs alike losing the “New York sound…

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Brian May in disc torment

– www.music-news.com

Brian May in disc tormentBrian May is having a sore Christmas after being diagnosed with two torn spinal discs that are pressing against a nerve in his back.

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Run The Jewels – “Pew Pew Pew” (Feat. Q-Bert)Run The Jewels, the duo of Killer Mike and El-P, released their bafflingly great self-titled debut as a free download, but the thing was damn sure worth money. And now a European edition of the album, which includes a few bonus tracks, is set to come out, and that one actually will cost some money. We’ve already heard one of the bonus tracks, Dave Sitek’s remix of “Sea Legs…

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Justin Bieber deserves the chance to be normal in his 'retirement'All the sneering at Bieber obscures the fact that most of his sins are nothing worse than normal teenage life writ largeIt’s not often Justin Bieber makes me think of Meat Loaf. In fact, it’s not often Justin Bieber makes me think of anything. But his announcement, via Twitter, that he had “officially retired” put me in mind of something Meat Loaf said when I interviewed him before his retirement from touring earlier this year…

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In the last few weeks, Beyoncé’s dropped a record-setting album out of the blue and bought presents for Wal-Mart customers. But Queen B topped her customary generous self by making a terminally ill girl’s wish come true before thousands in the middle of her Las Vegas "Mrs. Carter Show.

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Musicians remember the Artists Quarter

– www.bignewsnetwork.com

First and best [memory of the AQ] was seeing [legendary drummer] Roy Haynes live for the first time. It was in the old Jackson Street location [in St. Paul's Lowertown], next to a steakhouse and down in the basement. … I remember opening the door — the club was way down there, but it was all open air down the staircase — and just standing there because I heard and felt Roy Haynes coming …

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