R. Kelly’s Team Calls Time’s Up Boycott ‘Lynching of a Black Man’

R. Kelly's management responded to the organization Time's Up's call to boycott the R&B singer's music because of the ways he has allegedly mistreated women. "R. Kelly supports the pro-women goals of the Time's Up movement," the statement read. "We understand criticizing a famous artist is a good way to draw

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Hear the Story of How Beyonce Conquered Coachella

It’s tricky to call anything a crowning moment for Beyoncé – she somehow keeps ascending, no matter how high her previous peaks may have been. Consider that she won an MTV Video Vanguard Award – before Lemonade. But there’s little doubt that her groundbreaking, elaborately conceived, culture-shaking Coachella performances this month were major moments. On the latest episode of our

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Watch ‘NSync’s Poignant, Self-Deprecating Walk of Fame Speeches

The former members of 'NSync – Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick – reunited Monday during their ceremony to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Each member spoke thoughtfully about how the boy band changed their lives.

Bass, in particular, talked poignantly

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Review: Janelle Monae’s ‘Dirty Computer’ Is a Liberated Futurist Funk Masterpiece

Part of why losing Prince still hurts so much is how timely his vision feels at this exact moment; and nowhere is his spirit more alive than in the work of Janelle Monáe. She's birthed a label and cultivated a likeminded artist roster at Wondaland, her Paisley Park-styled creative basecamp in Atlanta. And on her latest LP,

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Secrets to Scoring Cheap Concert Tickets

Live Nation came out with a suspiciously good deal this week. The entertainment company, in honor of National Concert Week, announced 1.5 million $20 “all-in” tickets that fans can purchase to attend more than 2,000 performances across its slate of upcoming summer music shows. Artists involved in that offering include Arcade Fire, Halsey, Maroon 5, Post Malone, and the Smashing Pumpkins.

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