Cardi B has shared her glammed-up new video for "Bartier Cardi," a single off the rapper's upcoming new album Invasion of Privacy.
The video – which debuted during VH1's new episode of Love & Hip-Hop, the reality series that
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Ben Folds and Cake will team this summer for a co-headlining tour that will travel the Eastern half of the U.S. this August.
Tall Heights will serve as special guest on the 10-date trek, which kicks off August 13th in Boston and concludes two
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Justice Genece E. Brinkley, the Philadelphia judge who sentenced Meek Mill to prison over a parole violation, rejected requests from the rapper's legal team to reconsider her decision and to recuse herself from the case over alleged personal biases. On Monday, Judge Brinkley said that Mill's two-to-four-year sentence was
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As one of pop music's preeminent ministers of brood, Abel Tesfaye can lay claim to exerting a huge influence on the menacing tone that undergirds a large swath of contemporary R&B. And he knows it. With two multiplatinum albums in the bag, the Weeknd has largely conquered a pop landscape he once dismissed as trivial, composing pop records that hide his bleak visions in a danceable,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: The Weeknd's 'My Dear Melancholy,' Mixes Deep Gloom and Tough Love
Over 200 of Linkin Park's used instruments, including guitars, keyboards, megaphone, samplers and other music gear from the band's personal arsenal, will be auctioned off to benefit the group's Music for Relief nonprofit. Reverb.com will host
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Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite know something about the darkness that underlies the deepest of blues. Standing side by side on a small stage in Los Angeles in March, the duo ease into the haunted twang of a song called "No Mercy in This Land," with Harper on electric bottleneck
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