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Chief Keef Reveals New Album Title 'Tha Cozart'

As Lil Wayne's beef over 'Tha Carter V' continues, Chief Keef revealed the title of his new album. He has decided to name the project 'Tha Cozart.' ...

Uncle Luke Recalls Supreme Court Battle Over 2 Live Crew's Music, Creation of 'Parental Advisory' Sticker [WATCH]

Close to the 25th anniversary of a legal obscenity battle in the music industry sparked in part by the release of 2 Live Crew's album As Nasty As They Wanna Be, Uncle Luke recalls the creation of the "parental advisory" sticker. ...

Remembering Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes: TLC Rapper Died In Tragic Car Accident 13 Years Ago Today

Thirteen years ago today, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of TLC died in a tragic car accident. The rapper was only 30 years old. ...

Mobb Deep Released Their Sophomore Album 'The Infamous' 20 Years Ago Today

Twenty years ago today, Mobb Deep released 'The Infamous,' their sophomore album that is now considered a hip-hop classic. ...

Justin Bieber Lawsuit Settled: Photographer Claimed Attack By Singer's Bodyguards

A settlement involving Justin Bieber and a photographer named Jeffrey Binion over an incident that took place in South Florida has been reached. ...

Curren$y Releases 'Rhymes Like Weight' Video, Pays Homage to Stanley Kubrick [WATCH]

Curren$y has been on a roll as of late, supplying fans with plenty of new material. He recently released a video for "Rhymes Like Weight," paying homage to late film director Stanley Kubrick. ...

Waka Flocka Flame Says His Beef with Gucci Mane Is Over, Talks 'Flockaveli 2' [WATCH]

Earlier this week, Waka Flocka Flame sat down with MTV News and talked about a variety of things including his forthcoming Flockaveli 2 album and Hillary Clinton. One of the highlights of the interview was when Waka said his beef with Gucci Mane is ...

Classicalite Q&A with R.B. Schlather

For all the bogus boilerplate about how classical music is dead or even well-intentioned words regarding how she can stay breathing, precious few--performers, ensembles and institutions--are actually doing anything to change both conversation and ...

The Piano Man Will Close Out Long Island's Nassau Coliseum With his 32nd Concert

Long Island's Nassau Coliseum will shut its doors for renovations after one concluding concert on August 4. Who better to temporarily close the Uniondale arena than Hicksville's own Billy Joel? ...

Tyler, The Creator's New Album 'Cherry Bomb' Won't Be Stocked at Target Because of Digital Release

Tyler, The Creator's new album Cherry Bomb has managed to not make it to the shelves of certain retailers, and the defiant Odd Future leader didn't even have to open his mouth. Just like Beyoncé's surprise released album, Target stores are refusing ...

Eric Church, Amy Grant and...Richard Nixon? Nashville's Famous Venues and First Performers

Nashville didn't become known as "Music City" for no good reason: Apart from its role in the history of country, bluegrass and rock 'n' roll, the city hosts a number of iconic venues for traveling performers and tourists to swing by when in town. ...

Matt Skiba Speaks Out About Joining Blink-182 & A Potential New Album with Mark Hoppus & Travis Barker

When Tom DeLonge and Blink-182 parted ways earlier this year, there were a few crucial questions fans had. Like, will there be another new album with new member Matt Skiba? And how long will the latest incarnation of Blink last? ...

Casey Veggies Releases 'Backflip (Remix)' Featuring Iamsu!, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Ferg [LISTEN]

Back in January, Casey Veggies tapped YG for a verse on his single "Backflip" and now he's back with a revamped remix featuring Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Ferg and Iamsu! ...

8 Oasis No. 1 UK Hits: 'Don't Look Back In Anger,' 'The Hindu Times,' 'Lyla' and More

Oasis, the most essentially-British band of the last 30 years (by both their own reckoning and ours), finally topped the charts in the Gallagher brothers' beloved UK 20 years ago today, with the single "Some Might Say," the first song off of the ...

fun.'s Andrew Dost Scores Jack Black Film 'The D Train' with Music from INXS, Jack Antonoff & More

Jack Antonoff and Nate Ruess have both launched new branches of their career as fun. take a hiatus, and now it's time for multi-instrumentalist Andrew Dost to break out, and he's doing it by scoring the soundtrack to the upcoming Jack Black/James ...

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