On the latest single from his sophomore album, Zayn disses a deceitful ex on "Entertainer." The track's minimalist, plaintive tone heightens his fragility, which comes across in his defensive lines like: "I watch you and laugh with and fuck with you/ Don't you take me for a fool/ In this game, I own the rules."
The accompanying music video shows this transient romance playing out
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Beginning in 1992, photographer David Rose was Bruce Springsteen's shooter of choice for a full decade. It was a time of transition, experimentation and reunion for the rock superstar – marked by his first albums and tours without the E Street Band – as he raised his young family in Los Angeles and New
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Rising pop star Julia Michaels performed a smoky medley of her songs "Issues" and "Jump" with the newly-minted winner of The Voice, Brynn Cartelli, during the Season 14 finale.
The singers opened with the dramatic pop ballad "Issues," trading vocals over a bed of strings. Michaels sang in her
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Big Von, a longtime Bay Area DJ, was nearing the peak of a six-hour club set at New Karibbean City in Oakland on December 15th when a regular named Freddie made a perplexing request: "Yo, you got 'Boo'd Up'?" Big Von didn't know the record, and he doesn't like being told what to play. But Freddie had never bothered him before, so Big Von downloaded "Boo'd Up," originally released by the singer
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Buddy Guy has unveiled his searing, six-minute-long rendition of "Nine Below Zero," the first preview off the blues legend's upcoming album The Blues Is Alive and
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Franz Ferdinand showcased their new album Always Ascending with a five-song mini-set Tuesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
On the broadcast, the Scottish rockers performed "Glimpse of
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The Kills performed an lively version of "List of Demands (Reparations)," their recently-issued Saul Williams cover, on Tuesday's Late Show. Guitarist Jamie Hince unleashed bursts of noisy electric guitar
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