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Here’s Carly Rae Jepsen and Lil Yachty Performing “It Takes Two,” For Whatever Reason

Carly Rae Jepsen is beginning to record her third album, but first: wacky collaborative sponsored content with a teenage rapper. Entertainment Weekly has premiered a snippet of Jepsen…
Brian Josephs / February 7, 2017

Iron Fist, Netflix’s New Marvel Show, Looks Like Kung-Fu Batman

After teasing the show last year at Comic-Con, Netflix has released the first preview for their newest Marvel-related series, Iron Fist, via Esquire. The 13-episode show tells…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 7, 2017

Morrissey Announces 2017 U.S. Tour Dates

Days after revealing his first show of 2017 with a Donald Trump meme, Morrissey has announced five new tour dates in the U.S. Three of the…
Taylor Berman / February 7, 2017

Lady Gaga to Perform With Metallica at the Grammys

Fresh off her Super Bowl halftime show, Lady Gaga will also perform at the Grammy Awards this coming Sunday. She's paired with Metallica, now leading the…
Anna Gaca / February 7, 2017

Prince’s Iconic Backing Band the Revolution to Tour This Spring

Prince's iconic '80s backing band The Revolution will celebrate his legacy with a short string of tour dates this spring. The lineup for the dates,…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 7, 2017

Watch Janelle Monáe Have a Very Jovial Conversation on Conan

Janelle Monae's first two live film roles—Moonlight and Hidden Figures—are both up for Best Picture Oscars this year. Last night, the auspicious start to her silver screen career…
Brian Josephs / February 7, 2017

The Game Sentenced to 3 Years of Probation For Punching Off-Duty Cop at Pickup Basketball Game

Back in June 2015, the Game was charged with misdemeanor counts of assault and battery and a felony count of making criminal threats after allegedly punching an off-duty…
Brian Josephs / February 6, 2017

Nearly 100 Companies, Including Apple and Uber, Speak Out Against Trump’s Travel Ban in New Court Brief

As Bloomberg originally reported, 97 tech companies have signed an amicus brief expressing their opposition to Trump's recent executive order that would ban visitors to the U.S.
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 6, 2017

Kanye West Deletes Trump Tweets in Reported Renunciation of President

Kanye West spent the end of last year alienating his fans by dying his hair blonde and announcing his support for President Donald Trump. Now, it…
Brian Josephs / February 6, 2017

Russell Simmons Is Going to Give Musical Theater a Shot

Def Jam founder Russell Simmons is setting his sights on live theater. Simmons and the Universal Music Group are teaming up for The Scenario, a show…
Brian Josephs / February 6, 2017

Moogfest Defies HB2 and Trump’s Muslim Ban With “Protest Stage”

Last year, the team behind North Carolina's premier electronic/experimental music festival and conference Moogfest made a point of speaking out against House Bill 2 (The Public…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 6, 2017

Watch Big Sean Cover Kanye West’s “I Wonder”

Big Sean admires Kanye West—after all, he raps about West on every other song. So it's no surprise he's out here covering one of his…
Brian Josephs / February 6, 2017

Watch Footage of Black Sabbath’s Final Show

Black Sabbath's "The End" tour was dramatically announced last year as the genre-defining UK metal act's last hurrah, due to guitarist Tony Iommi's increasingly limited ability…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 6, 2017

Watch Stephen Colbert Evoke David Byrne While Covering the Talking Heads’ “Once in a Lifetime”

Noted Montclair, N.J. resident Stephen Colbert offered the Internets a treat during his appearance at a fundraiser for the Montclair Film Festival. The Late Show host…
Brian Josephs / February 6, 2017

Deftones and Rise Against Announce 2017 Summer Tour

Deftones have announced a 2017 summer tour in support of last year’s Gore, one of 2016’s most underrated albums. Joining the Sacramento-based group on their…
Taylor Berman / February 6, 2017
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