The iconic and enigmatic rock and funk legend Sly Stone will be the subject of a new documentary from filmmaker Derik Murray.
A title and release date for the film have yet to be announced, though the characteristically reclusive Stone has reportedly already sat with the filmmakers for an extensive
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Universal Music Group announced on Wednesday that Charlie Walk, the president of the label's Republic Group, and the record label "have mutually agreed to part ways" following an internal review into the music executive's alleged sexual misconduct, a UMG rep confirmed to Rolling Stone. The announcement comes one month after Rolling Stone
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PJ Harvey guests on "I'm Sorry for Your Loss," a new song by her frequent collaborator and producer John Parish. The song pays tribute to Sparklehorse frontman Mark Linkous, who died by suicide in 2010. Parish produced Sparklehorse's 2001 album A Wonderful
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On the new song "Walk Thru," Nas, Future and DJ Esco recount a drug deal in painstaking detail.
"He invites me to his house tomorrow/ I'm in a Dodge, pull up to his garage, pull out some dollars," Nas rhymes over rapid hi-hats and spacey organ loops. "Give him some bread from a bank envelope; he gives
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