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More names mixed in include Prince, Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips and Miguel.
They performed together for the last time last night in Miami.
The A.U.R.A. Fest ("All Underground Rock All Day") returns to Savannah, Georgia, on February 18, 2017, at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum. The festival's lineup includes metalcore favorites such as Zao, Unearth, He Is Legend and Oh, Sleeper.
Beneath with Me gets an upgrade.
Learn about one of the most influential machines in music today.
15 new remixes in total.
St. Brickulous is here with another album just in time for the holidays.
Alessia Cara is breaking more rules in her new music video for “Seventeen,” which premiered on Vevo yesterday (Dec. 15). Cara was recently honored with the Rule Breaker award at 'Billboard’s Women in Music' event, which took place in New York ...
Pitbull was paid $1 million by tourism marketers in Florida for his “Sexy Beaches” music video, and the issue is blowing up in the Florida legislature. The music video was shot on Miami Beach, and it was rumored that the official tourism ...
Jason Derulo, along with Panic! at the Disco will perform at the 45th anniversary of New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in New Orleans. “Confident” singer Demi Lovato will be broadcast live from the Caribbean in an inaugural international performance.
Kid Cudi delivers his best album in years.
Madlib & DOOM are back with some new music, but are releasing it in a very old-fashioned way.
Kendrick Lamar is slated to perform a show in New York tomorrow (Dec. 16) that will be live streamed.
RZA is defending Kanye West for meeting with Donald Trump, although he vocally supported Hillary Clinton during the election.
Yo Gotti album signed to Roc Nation.