The Black Eyed Peas practically disappeared after conquering the world in 2009 and following it up with a monster 2011. In that final year before going on hiatus, they played two of their three Number One singles at the Super Bowl halftime show, performed on four different continents, appeared on American Idol and Dancing With the Stars and even released their own video game for
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Admit it: You thought Mark E. Smith would be the last to go. And in a way, he was the last to go – when the punk legend died on Wednesday, after 40 years leading the U.K. band the Fall, he took most of the world's bile with him. "There are 12 people in the world – the rest
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Brix Smith Start paid tribute to the Fall's Mark E. Smith, her former bandmate and husband who died Wednesday at the age of 60.
Writing on Twitter, Start called Smith
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Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda unveiled a new three-track EP, Post Traumatic. The project marks the musician's first new music since the
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One year after Beyonce's show-stopping Lemonade medley and A Tribe Called Quest's electric performance of "We the People," the Grammy Awards are back on Sunday, January 28th.
Music's biggest night will once again be helmed by Carpool Karaoke host James Corden and will be broadcast live from New York City, the first time the awards have been held outside of Los Angeles in 15
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Lorde and Jack Antonoff performed a chilling cover of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Run Away With Me" during the fourth annual Ally Coalition charity
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