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The new album is ablaze with burns for her rap cohorts, but a heaping portion of the disses are aimed at her rap goddess rival, Cardi B.

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It’s not his best work, but there are still bangers to be found.

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Like so many other memorable combinations, the hybrid genre doesn’t have to make sense to work.

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The latest album from Travis Scott plays out like a boring drug trip at an amusement park.

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And, if my conspiracy theory proves true, they might all actually just be one person.

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Because you know you want the Insta pics.

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If Step No. 1 is calling attention to yourself, Russ has done that in spades. It’s his music that might not be up to snuff.

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It’s been a good year for the Flower Boy.

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Just listening will get your heart racing.

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Rumor has it the project might even feature a Stevie Wonder collab.

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In recent weeks, the live streams have really just gotten completely out of control.

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When Chapel sang, ‘I’d rather be broke than brain-dead,’ I felt that.

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With ‘Boy in Jeans,’ the former teen star makes his return to music as an out man, confident lyricist and rising star.

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In the group’s newest release, K-pop meets Latin flair meets fiery vocals.

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There might be more effort behind good sci-fi than any other genre.

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Fewer beefs, more heartwarming friendships please.

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Not one of which is ‘Donald Trump Jam’ by USA Freedom Kids.

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Jaden Smith might actually be on to something.

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If ‘Despacito’ taught us anything, it’s that we’ve been sleeping on Latin music.

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The Fontana, California, event has become one of the country’s most hyped festivals.

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The singer, actress, sobriety spokeswoman and mental health advocate was taken to the hospital from her Hollywood home.

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Jon Favreau’s new podcast is an engaging show on the boring topic of party politics.

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In response to worsening climate change, the psychedelic pop quartet is listening in.

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Why isn’t everybody obsessed with their music?

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Despite its nascence, the controversial sub-genre has become known for its despicable figureheads.

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The UK duo’s newest album, ‘I’m All Ears,’ is one of 2018’s best.

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The cryptic clues they gave fans, though, were far from easy to decipher.

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The year is only halfway over, but these rap songs have already gone the extra mile.

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His lack of internet presence feels a bit like a wasted opportunity.

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The Oakland-area musician is singing and yelling and shouting ideas everyone needs to hear.

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Although it took several high-profile deaths, mental health has finally becoming a national talking point.

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She’s a successful artist who cares about women’s issues, okurrrr?

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Infowars might be a joke, but the audience it’s building isn’t funny at all.

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In recent years, the former flower-toting lead singer of the the Smiths has become increasingly racist and Islamophobic.

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A new radio documentary dives into the mystery surrounding one of the world’s most secretive musicians.

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Five albums later, Drake still manages to bring the feels.

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The project, which releases this Friday, aims to ‘strip genitalia away from the norms of music.’

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So far, they’ve managed to outsmart thousands of fans determined to decode the clues.

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If she can’t make it big, K-pop might be in trouble.

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Self-love, body positivity and female empowerment galore.

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Here are four other twosomes that need to put out music together, asap.

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It takes the average college student more than a week to finish a homework assignment, let alone an entire album.

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It’s one big chilled out synth-fest … where every song sounds the same.

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Lead singer Brendon Urie’s struggles with substance abuse and mental health are front and center in the new album.

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When he grows up, even Adonis will be disappointed with his dad’s first double album.

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Melissa Schuman and another woman’s accusations against Nick Carter prove that even pop icons are no longer untouchable.

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The young, iridescent producer continues to fuse electronic music with dense hyperactivity.

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When the praises go up, the blessings come down.

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Four albums later, Florence Welch is finally letting audiences into her world.

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Her songwriting is all about that basic lack of commonsense.

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The album’s impressive streaming record might actually be its least surprising quality.

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The release lives up to its name, offering listeners a side of the South Korean singer they’ve never seen before.

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Though his hijinks, music and literature might be controversial, they all aim to empower the queer community.

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According to the Church of Latter Day Saints, homosexuality is still explicitly sinful. Reynolds wants to fix that.

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She knows she’s famous enough to release a No. 1 album with zero publicity.

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Like manna in the dessert, ‘Raindrops’ has come to sustain desperate Grande fans.

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The eight-track ‘K.T.S.E.’ sees Taylor in gloss, with priceless production behind her and a voice like Noname.

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Instead of asking “who,” the podcast asks “why?”

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The song sounds awfully similar to ‘American Pharaoh’ by Jase Harley, though Glover’s manager has denied any connection.

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Cardi said they kept the ceremony quiet to avoid an … invasion of privacy.

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His newest album, ‘Heaven and Earth,’ has glimpses of the once-in-a-generation talent that has the jazz world in awe.

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The Philadelphia rapper’s eccentric debut album, ‘Whack World,’ is a fresh and amusing trip into the mind of its subversive creator.

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After a four-year hiatus, Minaj hopes to reclaim her title as Queen of rap.

 

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The actress and singer recently revealed that she had broken her six years of sobriety.

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Here’s what the stars of the movie are up to now.

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And thank god it’s not with ‘Friday.’

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The album offers a retrospective take on the artist’s career and life, but often relies on tired pop tropes.

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You only get one chance to prove that you deserve the aux cord.

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The electronic savant recently released his sophomore album, ‘Compro,’ and is pushing the genre into uncharted, boundary-less territory.

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The film, which stars a female lead, also recently signed Pinar Toprak to compose the score.

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Fittingly, the couple’s work of art belongs in a museum.

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The big question is: Will we be getting their ‘Humanz’ sound, or a return to their more classic style?

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Smith weaves metaphor and political discourse into a beautifully produced coming-of-age album.

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Yes, I re-downloaded Tidal for this. And it was worth it.

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Chill, spacey and hypnotic, EDM should be your move for the summer.

 

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And, if my conspiracy theory proves true, they might all actually just be one person.

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Because you know you want the Insta pics.

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If Step No. 1 is calling attention to yourself, Russ has done that in spades. It’s his music that might not be up to snuff.

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When Chapel sang, ‘I’d rather be broke than brain-dead,’ I felt that.

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With ‘Boy in Jeans,’ the former teen star makes his return to music as an out man, confident lyricist and rising star.

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Here’s to hoping that other mothers get that option too.

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Because everyone has a good bad brain, really.

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Lesbian Jesus has risen.

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There might be more effort behind good sci-fi than any other genre.

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Fewer beefs, more heartwarming friendships please.

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Not one of which is ‘Donald Trump Jam’ by USA Freedom Kids.

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Jaden Smith might actually be on to something.

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If ‘Despacito’ taught us anything, it’s that we’ve been sleeping on Latin music.

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‘Keke, do you love me’ and my dance moves?

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The Fontana, California, event has become one of the country’s most hyped festivals.

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The singer, actress, sobriety spokeswoman and mental health advocate was taken to the hospital from her Hollywood home.

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Jon Favreau’s new podcast is an engaging show on the boring topic of party politics.

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In response to worsening climate change, the psychedelic pop quartet is listening in.

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Why isn’t everybody obsessed with their music?

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I been gettin’ lotta fettucine!

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Despite its nascence, the controversial sub-genre has become known for its despicable figureheads.

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The UK duo’s newest album, ‘I’m All Ears,’ is one of 2018’s best.

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Who said video games and exercise don’t mix?

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The cryptic clues they gave fans, though, were far from easy to decipher.

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The year is only halfway over, but these rap songs have already gone the extra mile.

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His lack of internet presence feels a bit like a wasted opportunity.

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Yoga in the morning and EDM all night.

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The Oakland-area musician is singing and yelling and shouting ideas everyone needs to hear.

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Although it took several high-profile deaths, mental health has finally becoming a national talking point.

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She’s a successful artist who cares about women’s issues, okurrrr?

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Infowars might be a joke, but the audience it’s building isn’t funny at all.

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In recent years, the former flower-toting lead singer of the the Smiths has become increasingly racist and Islamophobic.

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A new radio documentary dives into the mystery surrounding one of the world’s most secretive musicians.

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Five albums later, Drake still manages to bring the feels.

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He’s come a long way since ‘Hold Back the River.’

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The project, which releases this Friday, aims to ‘strip genitalia away from the norms of music.’

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And what a year it has been.

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So far, they’ve managed to outsmart thousands of fans determined to decode the clues.

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If she can’t make it big, K-pop might be in trouble.

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We should all be more like Annie.

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Self-love, body positivity and female empowerment galore.

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Here are four other twosomes that need to put out music together, asap.

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Turn on, tune in and make music.

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It takes the average college student more than a week to finish a homework assignment, let alone an entire album.

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Feel old yet?

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It’s one big chilled out synth-fest … where every song sounds the same.

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Lead singer Brendon Urie’s struggles with substance abuse and mental health are front and center in the new album.

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When he grows up, even Adonis will be disappointed with his dad’s first double album.

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Melissa Schuman and another woman’s accusations against Nick Carter prove that even pop icons are no longer untouchable.

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The young, iridescent producer continues to fuse electronic music with dense hyperactivity.

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When the praises go up, the blessings come down.

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Prom? Breakup? Anniversary? There’s a song for that.

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Four albums later, Florence Welch is finally letting audiences into her world.

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Jeffrey is dead. Long live SEX.

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Her songwriting is all about that basic lack of commonsense.

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The four major categories will now have eight nominations instead of the usual five.

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The album’s impressive streaming record might actually be its least surprising quality.

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The release lives up to its name, offering listeners a side of the South Korean singer they’ve never seen before.

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In the new documentary, Gaga throws off her poker face.

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Though his hijinks, music and literature might be controversial, they all aim to empower the queer community.

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According to the Church of Latter Day Saints, homosexuality is still explicitly sinful. Reynolds wants to fix that.

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She knows she’s famous enough to release a No. 1 album with zero publicity.

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Seriously, insanity.

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The music world is on edge.

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Like manna in the dessert, ‘Raindrops’ has come to sustain desperate Grande fans.

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The eight-track ‘K.T.S.E.’ sees Taylor in gloss, with priceless production behind her and a voice like Noname.

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Instead of asking “who,” the podcast asks “why?”

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The song sounds awfully similar to ‘American Pharaoh’ by Jase Harley, though Glover’s manager has denied any connection.

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Cardi said they kept the ceremony quiet to avoid an … invasion of privacy.

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Waves don’t die.

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His newest album, ‘Heaven and Earth,’ has glimpses of the once-in-a-generation talent that has the jazz world in awe.

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Either that or you’re impressively fiscally responsible.

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The Philadelphia rapper’s eccentric debut album, ‘Whack World,’ is a fresh and amusing trip into the mind of its subversive creator.

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After a four-year hiatus, Minaj hopes to reclaim her title as Queen of rap.

 

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The actress and singer recently revealed that she had broken her six years of sobriety.

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Here’s what the stars of the movie are up to now.

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And thank god it’s not with ‘Friday.’

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The album offers a retrospective take on the artist’s career and life, but often relies on tired pop tropes.

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You only get one chance to prove that you deserve the aux cord.

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The electronic savant recently released his sophomore album, ‘Compro,’ and is pushing the genre into uncharted, boundary-less territory.

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The film, which stars a female lead, also recently signed Pinar Toprak to compose the score.

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Fittingly, the couple’s work of art belongs in a museum.

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The big question is: Will we be getting their ‘Humanz’ sound, or a return to their more classic style?

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Smith weaves metaphor and political discourse into a beautifully produced coming-of-age album.

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They’re back and badder than ever.

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Yes, I re-downloaded Tidal for this. And it was worth it.

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Chill, spacey and hypnotic, EDM should be your move for the summer.

 

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And what about it?

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Has Jussie made a name for himself separate from the hit musical TV drama?

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Drake vs. Pusha T, Chief Keef vs. 6ix9ine and Lil Uzi Vert vs. Rich the Kid. What a time to be alive.

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No, not Miami … Switzerland!

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The artist formerly known as Christine and the Queens has rebranded.

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According to the Billboard chart lists from 2007 and 2017, music hasn’t changed all that much.

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It’s simp o’clock somewhere…

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The awards felt charged with a spirit of activism, a theme reinforced by the night’s biggest winners.

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Paramore’s lead singer finds her new voice and her old laugh.

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Eminem’s sound effects in ‘Kill You’ sparked conversations about whether gunshot-like sound effects are appropriate in the wake of mass shootings.

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It’s going to be hard to beat the summer heat with this fire album at the top of the charts.

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The singer-songwriter’s 2018 album, ‘God’s Favorite Customer,’ is quieter, sadder and more honest than ever before.

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‘Where Are Ü Now’ in your faith, Justin?

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The unremarkable four-track project has only served to sour his fan base.

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A wrap-up of the Drake/Pusha-T beef, with no detail spared.

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Jumping into June means the year is already halfway over. Here are the best 2018 albums, with plenty more to come.

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Embrace the chill.

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After two years’ hiatus, and on the heels of a slew of controversial remarks, West is back.