Disney's Lion King remake will feature the voices of Beyoncé and Donald Glover in the lead roles (Nala, Simba, respectively). Jon Favreau, who directed the Jungle Book remake, is directing the Lion King movie. The release date is set for June 19, 2019, according to
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Lana Del Rey said she is retiring her 2012 song "Cola" in an interview with MTV News. The song gained renewed attention in the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault allegations, because it was rumored
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Legendary vocalist Johnny Mathis is compiling a definitive, 68-disc box set that features 62 of the singer's albums including two never-before-heard LPs and 40 previously unreleased songs.
The Voice of Romance: The Columbia Original Album Collection, due out December 8th on Legacy Recordings, features the entirety of Mathis' recordings for Columbia Records, beginning with
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Danny Brown reflects on his Detroit roots in an introspective trailer for Live at the Majestic, an upcoming documentary about the acclaimed rapper. Director Andrew Cohn (Kid Danny, Medora) helmed the project, out November 7th via Apple Music.
The clip opens with Brown onstage at his home city's Majestic Theatre,
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U2 recruited Kendrick Lamar for a spoken word cameo on their exuberant new song "Get Out of Your Own Way," the latest preview of their upcoming 14th LP,
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"I don't really read autobiographies," says Bruce Dickinson, the Iron Maiden frontman and solo artist who just happens to be promoting his own memoirs. "So when I decided to write my own, I sampled a few – as in, going to a bookstore, not buying the book and opening at random and going, 'OK, this reads like a
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