Ariana Grande unveiled a snappy new collaboration with Nicki Minaj, "The Light is Coming," off her upcoming album, Sweetener, out August 17th via Republic Records.
"The Light is Coming" features production from Pharrell, who crafts a jittery beat of quick drums and peculiar synths that rush
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Tim Lambesis, the heavy metal singer who was convicted in 2014 for his role in a murder-for-hire plot to kill his estranged wife, reunited with his band As I Lay Dying in San Diego, California over the weekend,
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Julian Casablancas' the Voidz extended their 2018 tour in support of their new album Virtue to include another North American leg this fall.
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In May 2015, B.L. Shirelle was finishing up a prison term at Muncy State Correctional Institution in Pennslvania. She felt apprehensive about her imminent return to civilian life, having spent most of her last decade behind bars, and this tension served as the basis for a track titled "Headed to the Streets." "It took me maybe 15 minutes to write that song," Shirelle tells Rolling
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Popular music has never known a story like that of South Florida rapper Jahseh "XXXTentacion" Onfroy.
In his final month as a 17-year-old high school dropout, he uploaded a song to SoundCloud that – almost single-handedly – changed the way hip-hop
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Danish punks Iceage and Atlanta garage rockers the Black Lips will unite for a co-headlining North American tour this fall.
The trek launches November 5th at the Rickshaw Theatre in
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Maxwell is throwing stones. It’s an unexpectedly violent phrase to describe someone who’s made a career of soothing tensions with soft, intimate songs like 1996’s “Sumthin’ Sumthin” and 1998’s “Matrimony: Maybe You.” But two years after his last
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The Subtly Radical Vision of Maxwell's 'Glass House'