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The "Versace On The Floor" singer will spend the majority of 2017 on an expansive world tour that will take him to 17 different countries for 90 different shows.
The video follows a couple in love in Mexico City on an adventure in this world and a digital one.
It unseats The Chainsmokers & Halsey "Closer" after 12 weeks at the top.
Taylor Swift is reportedly going into the studio with Drake for her follow-up album to '1989,' because she wants to create something “edgier” with more R&B, hip-hop flavor.
Lady Gaga, Pink and Sia are taking to social media to encourage fans to sign an electoral petition that will deny Donald Trump presidency. The petition would prevent Trump from assuming the presidency in January.
Katy Perry donated $10,000 to Planned Parenthood this past Friday (Nov. 11) and is encouraging her fans to invest. These organizations may have government funding taken from them following Donald Trump’s election on Tuesday.
Taken from the More Life project.
Leon Russell, the prolific musician and songwriter died Sunday Nov. 13 at the age of 74.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has unveiled two more covers from his upcoming Hamilton Mixtape.
Last month, Roger Waters announced his plans for a 2017 North American summer tour. The Us +Them Tour is scheduled to kick off on May 26 in Kansas City and will stretch out across 40 dates, making stops in cities like St. Louis, Tampa, Pittsburgh and ...
Coldplay has extended the dates for their A Head Full of Dreams Tour, which ran for the majority of 2016. The recently announced seventh leg will begin in August 2017 and is set to extend until October, hitting cities like Boston, Houston, and East ...
A Tribe Called Quest has released their new album 'We Got it From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service.' The album was recorded prior to Phife Dawg’s death from diabetes this past March.
After a year long battle, Waka Flocka Flame has finally left his old label Atlantic Records, and is now proclaiming “I’m a free agent.”
Leonard Cohen has died at the age of 82 years old.