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Wet just surprised its fans with a series of announcements. The band released the official tracklist for 'Still Run' alongside the music video for 'Lately' that was directed by Kelly Zutrau.
Grimes's adventure on the Mississippi River was recently turned into an animated short for AT&T Audience Network. The singer also made headlines for her recent collaboration with Janelle Monae.
Scott Hutchinson was found dead by police officers on Friday. The Frightened Rabbit guitarist had been battling depression before he was reported missing by his family and friends.
Hayley Kiyoko called out the problematic and 'tone-deaf' lyrics of Rita Ora's new song 'Girls' in which the singer talks about wanting to kiss girls after a few glasses of wine. The track was released on Friday, May 11.
Foo Fighters performed its hit song, 'The Line,' on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' this week. The band is also busy with its ongoing North American tour in support of 'Concrete and Gold.'
John Mayer just released his new song 'New Light,' which is produced by No I.D. The track serves as his follow-up to last year's 'The Search For Everything' album.
Paul Anka confirmed that he collaborated with fellow Canadian Drake in a still unreleased new song due to come out this summer. Michael Buble revealed that Anka is a fan of the rapper.
Stevie Wonder recently shared his thoughts on Kanye West's comments about slavery. The 67-year-old musician also made headlines this week following his performance with Donald Glover.
Jay-Z and Tidal have signed an agreement with Prince's estate to release unheard music from the late Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. A full-length album will be available on the streaming service next year.
Loud Records was resurrected and will rerelease some of its catalogs to the public, including the legendary 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).' The seminal debut album of the Wu-Tang Clan will be remade with nine modern artists.
Rihanna's new all-inclusive line of lingerie officially launched online at midnight on Friday. Fans were made to wait in line to view the collection and many pieces immediately sold out.
50 Cent attacked Kanye West on Twitter for the rapper and designer's controversial statement regarding slavery. The 'In Da Club' star also referenced West's history of liposuction.
The Weeknd reportedly rekindled his romance with supermodel Bella Hadid in Cannes where the two attended the same party. Neither camp confirmed the rumors, but sources revealed the two kissed and were very intimate.
Selena Gomez released 'Back To You,' a song from the soundtrack of the upcoming second season of '13 Reasons Why.' Fans believe that the new song alludes to her relationship with Justin Bieber.
Charlie Puth dropped his newest album called 'Voicenotes,' and it is now available for streaming. The music project serves as Puth's sixth album since 2010.