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David Bowie Releases Bizarre Video For 'Blackstar' Single 'Lazarus' [WATCH]

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The eclectic David Bowie is at it again with a wonderfully bizarre new music video for his overwhelmingly excellent new single "Lazarus," which appears on his upcoming studio album Blackstar.READ MORE

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23 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2016: Drake, Frank Ocean, Rihanna, Radiohead, Flume & More

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A great year of albums has come and gone, but now it is time to look ahead to 2016 where some artists have hinted at potential LPs and others have been keeping us waiting for what feels like forever. Among the 23 albums that we chose are full-lengths from the likes of Kanye West, Rihanna, Frank Ocean, Flume, Radiohead, Sia, Steve Angello, The 1975 and many more.READ MORE

Fetty Wap performs onstage during Z100's Jingle Ball 2015 at Madison Square Garden on December 11, 2015 in New York City.

MIXTAPE MONDAY: Check Out New Songs from Fetty Wap, Ariana Grande, 'Star Wars' & More

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Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new 2015 songs from Fetty Wap, Ariana Grande, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and more right here!READ MORE

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David Bowie Shares 'Black Star' Spaced-Out Tune 'Lazarus'

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Last month we got the chills-inducing title track off David Bowie's upcoming release of "Black Star," and now he's treating fans to the Off-Broadway cross-over track "Lazarus," which will be performed by the cast of the musical on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" tonight.READ MORE

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David Bowie's 'Blackstar:' Inspired by Kendrick Lamar, Features LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy

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David Bowie is looking to defy all traditional rock conventions with his new record ★ (pronounced Blackstar), and he's taking in influences from both Kendrick Lamar and former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy.READ MORE

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David Bowie Releases 10-Minute, Unsettling 'Black Star' Video Off Upcoming Album [WATCH]

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David Bowie just shared a crazy 10-minute music video off his upcoming self-titled album ★ (pronounced 'Black Star'), via Palladia. This new video release for the "Black Star" track is sure to have you talking.READ MORE

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David Bowie Refused Use of Music in Danny Boyle Film That was Years in the Making

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In an interview with Radio Times, famed British director Danny Boyle revealed he had been working on a music film for many years, but the project was abandoned when David Bowie declined to release his music to the project.READ MORE

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David Bowie to Release New Album in January - the Jazz-Themed 'Blackstar' Recorded in NYC

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David Bowie will be releasing 'Blackstar,' the follow-up to 2013's 'The Next Day,' in January of 2016. The new jazz-themed album was recorded at Magic Shop studio in New York City with the help of some local jazz artists.READ MORE

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Foo Fighters, Stevie Nicks & Haim Perform 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around' [WATCH]

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Kicking off their two-night gig at Inglewood, California's the Forum Monday night; the Foo Fighters shocked the crowd with a gathering of special guests from the enchanting Stevie Nicks to the sisters in Haim. With Grohl still fastened atop his guitar-themed throne and lacking Tom Petty, he and Nicks sang a duet of "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" with Haim offering backup vocal assistance on the 'Bella Donna' track.READ MORE

Patrick Starr and Spongebob Squarepants

David Bowie, Flaming Lips, John Legend, More Tapped for Spongebob Squarepants Musical

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The little sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea will be coming to the big stage next summer. That's right, Spongebob Squarepants will be getting a Broadway show. Of course, the Nickelodeon icon isn't doing it alone, he's enlisted the likes of John Legend, David Bowie, Cyndi Lauper and more to help with the play's music.READ MORE

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Professor Will Brooker to Method Act as David Bowie for a Year

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In order to better understand the lifestyle of the majestic David Bowie, a professor from England's Kingston University will be dressing up in Bowie attire every single day for the next year. Along with Bowie's unique look, film and cultural studies professor Will Brooker will "method act", taking on celebrated Bowie personas such as the Thin White Duke and Ziggy Stardust, engrossing himself into a life of all things Bowie.READ MORE

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Rare, Original David Bowie 'Holy Holy' Recording Unearthed From 1971 [LISTEN]

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The recent announcement of David Bowie's plan to release a 2-disc box set titled 'Five Years: 1969-1971' brings rare recordings, B sides and singles--all of which were compiled onto one disc called 'Re: Call 1.' An extremely rare and original version of "Holy Holy" made the cut as Bowie expressed his desire to dance with the devil and yearned for solidarity.READ MORE

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Greece, Colonel Tom Parker, Allen Klein and Other Bad Money Managers

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Odds are, if you're reading Music Times right now, you aren't all that interested in the current financial crisis of Greece, or the fact that the nation failed to pay the 1.5 billion euros it owed the International Monetary Fund as its bailout expired. It's a big—and very complicated—deal, but we're not going to take up your time explaining the sticky situation it puts both the Mediterranean nation and the European Union in. Instead, we figured we'd show you some of the worst money management issues in music...or more specifically, the managers that ran their clients through the cleaners worst. Performers such as Elvis Presley, Beyoncé and NSYNC get hosed.READ MORE

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David Bowie's 6 Epic Duets with Freddie Mercury, Mick Jagger and More

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Thirty years ago today, the world was in rapture over Live Aid and the dozens of musicians who were finding ways to help the cause. Two of those musicians were David Bowie and Mick Jagger, who paired up for the iconic song (and video) for "Dancing In The Street," with the proceeds from sales going to Bob Geldof's Live Aid. The song, a cover of the classic hit from Martha and The Vandellas, was as raucous as any, but ultimately became better known for the comical video of its stars literally dancing in the streets. Bowie was among the most iconic performers in music's most iconic generation...and he's shared the stage with more iconic performers than just about anyone. Here are five other original songs that Bowie wrote and performed with legendary acts.READ MORE

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70 Years of Carly Simon: Her Biggest Charting Singles, 'You're So Vain' and More

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This year has been full of iconic musicians celebrating seven decades on Earth: Eric Clapton, John Fogerty, Bob Seger and more. Today marks the 70th birthday of one more classic performer, as Carole King celebrates the big day on June 25. Music Times is reflecting back on 70 years of King by looking at her seven highest-charting singles, from "You're So Vain" to "Nobody Does It Better." Check them out below.READ MORE

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