Hear Khalid, Sabrina Claudio Duet on New R&B Song ‘Don’t Let Me Down’

Grammy-nominated singer Khalid joins fellow emerging R&B talent Sabrina Claudio on her new song "Don't Let Me Down." Khalid's verses weave around Claudio's, mirroring her heartfelt thoughts with his signature wistful tone.

The song focuses on two lovers laying out their desires and reservations, yearning for the other to invest in the relationship. Claudio begins

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Meet Maluma, the Colombian Heartthrob Who Could Be Latin Pop’s Next Crossover Star

In 2014, the singer Maluma took the stage at Madison Square Garden as part of a show hosted by Alex Sensation, an artist and DJ at Mega 97.9, New York City's most popular music station in any language. At that time, Maluma was riding on the crest of "La Temperatura," his first major hit outside of

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Watch Future, Young Thug in Horror Movie-Themed ‘Group Home’ Video

Future and Young Thug front their own hip-hop horror movie in the new video for "Group Home."

The duo navigate bleak scenes filled with snow, flames, masked children and cryptic messages. Young Thug mysteriously causes a woman to levitate while a disturbed child slowly turns an old phonograph in the

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Beyond ‘Blurred Lines’: How Forensic Musicology Is Altering Pop’s Future

When a jury decided in March of 2015 that Robin Thicke, Pharrell William and Clifford "T.I." Harris were guilty of copyright infringement in lifting elements of their song "Blurred Lines" from the Marvin Gaye classic "Got to Give It Up," the estate of Marvin Gaye grew several million dollars richer. But according to some industry insiders, the "Blurred Lines" verdict – which was upheld by an

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