Rihanna posted a takedown of Snapchat on her Instagram story, responding to an advertisement of a mobile game that made light of domestic violence. The controversial and since-removed ad referenced Rihanna's 2009 assault by Chris Brown.
As a promotion for the mobile game Would You Rather?, the
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Roger Daltrey howls and yells about love on his new solo single, "As Long as I Have You," which is the title track for his upcoming album. The song is an upbeat, rhythm-and-blues rave-up with bluesy guitar, soulful backup vocals and a swinging backbeat. The song was originally recorded by soul singer Garnet
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Vic Mensa and fellow G.O.O.D. Music signee Valee debuted a new clip for their collaboration, "Dim Sum." Valee unveiled his debut project, GOOD Job, You Found Me, earlier in March.
The "Dim Sum" clip begins with the
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When you plan to write an article about Neil Young, you don’t expect Neil Young to also write an article about you. "I'm writing a story of today for the Times Contrarian right now," he tells Rolling Stone, referring to the online newspaper he’s been updating on
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Actress Toni Collette joins Arcade Fire in Money + Love, a 16-minute short film that serves as a two-in-one music video for "Put Your Money on Me" and "We Don't Deserve Love."
Collette plays the head of a comically evil media company called Everything Now. At the start of the video, she informs
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Brandi Carlile staged a grand, live version of "The Joke" on Wednesday's Late Show, belting over acoustic
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