Travis Scott has unveiled new song "Watch" featuring Kanye West and Lil Uzi Vert. The rapper teased the new single on Thursday via Twitter. He revealed the track's artwork, which depicts contrasting imagery that includes a rollercoaster ride, a skull with fire-tipped eye sockets, flowers and a gem-encrusted watch.
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Guns N' Roses have unearthed a slew of rare and unreleased tracks for the massive reissue of their seminal debut album, Appetite for Destruction, set to arrive
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A documentary on Liam Gallagher is in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Liam Gallagher: As It Was will be making its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival later this
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Detroit rapper Royce Da 5'9" reunites with his Bad Meets Evil partner Eminem for a new video for "Caterpillar." The song hails from Royce's seventh album, Book of Ryan.
In the black-and-white, James Larese-directed clip, the rappers take turns on their fiery verses while the other remains stoic, taking
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) subpoenaed Jay-Z on Thursday, ordering him to testify in court about the accounting practices of Iconix Brand Group Inc., Reuters
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Meek Mill spoke candidly about his battle with an opioid addiction while he was on probation during a press conference he held in Philadelphia. The rapper was released on bail from prison in
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It was 1998, and Charles Neville and I were walking through the French Quarter on a steamy hot Orleans afternoon. Out of nowhere, a small man in a raggedy woolen overcoat approached Charles.
Unhesitatingly, Charles embraced him, exclaiming, "Waterman Willie! When did you get out, brother?"
"Well, here you go." Charles emptied out his pockets and handed Willie
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