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  • Imagine Dragons Welcome LeBron James Back to Cleveland with Free Concert [WATCH]

  • 'Bend It Like Beckham' To Be Musical On London's West End

  • Lorde Talks Curating 'Hunger Games Mockingjay - Part 1' Soundtrack: "It's Been My Entire Life"

  • Foo Fighters "Congregation" Review: New Song from 'Sonic Highways' Mellows Out with Help from Zac Brown [LISTEN]

  • T.I. Weighs In On Potential Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj Collaboration

  • Back of The Billboards: 'The Best Day' by Thurston Moore

  • Garth Brooks Streaming New Album 'Man Versus Machine' via GhostTunes on Halloween Only (Do It Now!)

  • Will Taylor Swift's '1989' May Be The Last Platinum Album Ever? Forbes Makes Its Case (But We Have Reasons Why It Won't)

  • Taylor Swift Donating "Welcome to New York" Download Profits to New York City Public School System

  • Gregg Allman Dismissed from Lawsuit Regarding Death of 'Midnight Rider' Camera Assistant Sarah Jones

  • Spain Passes Controversial "Google Tax" to Crack Down on Media Aggregation for Sites Such as 'Huffington Post'

  • Katt Williams Released From Jail, Says He And Suge Knight Were Protecting A Child From Paparazzi [WATCH]

  • Killer Mike And El-P Are Relentless In Their Delivery On New Album ‘Run The Jewels 2′ [ROUND-UP REVIEW]

  • 'Blood Sweat & Heels' Star Geneva Thomas Suing Costar Melyssa Ford for $25 Million in Aftermath of Violent Fight

  • Chief Keef, Gucci Mane Release ‘Big Gucci Sosa’ Mixtape

  • Robin Thicke, Pharrell May Lose "Blurred Lines" Lawsuit, Judge Believes It Rips Off Marvin Gaye

  • Metallica Asks Fans for Bootlegs, Memorabilia for Upcoming Reissues

  • Boosie Bad Azz Drops New Mixtape ‘Life After Death Row’

  • Wiz Khalifa Asks People To Look Past His 'Stoner' Image

  • Sammy Hagar Says He's Up for a Van Halen Reunion, Talks Contribution to 'The Art of McCartney' Tribute Album

  • Damien Rice Shares New Song 'The Greatest B-stard' [LISTEN]

  • Kevin Jonas Dismisses Return to Music in Turn for App Development Career, Building Homes and Directing

  • Chief Keef Drops New Song "Paper" Featuring Gucci Mane Off Upcoming 'Back From The Dead 2' Mixtape [LISTEN]

  • Terminally Ill Brittany Maynard Decides to Postpone Originally Planned Nov. 1 Death with Dignity Date, Continues to Advocate for the Cause [WATCH]

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    In The Genres Oct 30, 2014 EDT

    Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias Announce 2015 Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

    Latin pop superstars Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias have added a string of 2015 dates to their current U.S. tour, "Billboard" reports. This second leg begins Jan. 28 in El Paso, Texas, and ends Feb. 20 in Rosemont, Illinois. Joining Pitbull and Iglesias on the tour will be up-and-coming Colombian pop singer J. Balvin.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 30, 2014 EDT

    She & Him Take on Frank Sinatra's 'Time After Time' [LISTEN]

    She & Him have a new album of timeless tunes coming out titled "Classics," and the pair have recently shared their rendition of Frank Sinatra's "Time After Time."Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 30, 2014 EDT

    Dave Grohl Opens Up about the 'Sonic Highways' Song Inspired by the End of Nirvana

    When Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters decided to record their upcoming album, "Sonic Highways," in different studios across the country, there was almost a guarantee that the band would end up in Seattle. A song on the album was inspired by the end of Nirvana.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 30, 2014 EDT

    One Direction Announce New Single "Night Changes" to Follow Up "Steal My Girl" Ahead of 'FOUR' Release

    One Direction has already made some "Midnight Memories," but now the boy band is looking to make some "Night Changes." Yesterday, 1D announced that it will follow up its lead FOUR single "Steal My Girl" with a new track "Night Changes."Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 30, 2014 EDT

    Walk the Moon Announce Release of New Album 'Talking Is Hard'

    Cincinnati indie rock quartet Walk the Moon has announced a new album titled "Talking Is Hard," set for release Dec. 2 through RCA Records, radio.com reports. The album, produced by Tim Pagnotta (Neon Trees) and mixed by Neal Avron (Weezer), will be Walk the Moon's sophomore release, following their self-titled 2012 debut.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 30, 2014 EDT

    Rick Ross Shares 'If They Knew,' Featuring K. Michelle, from Upcoming Album 'Hood Billionaire' [LISTEN]

    Florida rapper Rick Ross has shared a new single titled "If They Knew" featuring R&B singer K. Michelle, which you can check out below. The track features Ross rhyming about a secret affair he's having, with Michelle affirming this in the song's hook, singing, "This is all so bad, nothing good can come from this." The track's production, however, is much more upbeat than the subject matter would suggest. The piece comes from his upcoming album "Hood Billionaire."Read more »

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