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Rapper G-Eazy apologized on Instagram following his highly publicized arrest in Sweden. He took to the social media platform to express his gratitude and relief at being allowed to go free and continue his tour.
Several Korean artists were already confirmed to perform at the KCON 2018 NY concert on June 23 and 24. EXID, Red Velvet, Heize, Pentagon, Super Junior, Wanna One, and more will all take the stage.
Robert Trujillo and Kirk Hammett of Metallica performed A-Ha's hit song 'Take On Me' in Norway on Friday. The song was originally released by A-Ha in 1984.
The teaser for Brian 'Head' Welch's documentary, 'Loud Krazy Love,' has just been released. The film, which will feature past performances of Welch with Korn, will hit movie theaters in the fall.
Alice In Chains released its first single in five years called 'The One You Know.' The rock band also dropped an almost five-minute music video for the new single.
Tove Styrke dropped her new album 'Sway' on Friday, May 4. The songs featured in her third studio album are 'Sway,' 'On A Level,' 'Mistakes,' 'Changed My Mind,' 'Liability,' 'Say My Name,' and more.
Rita Ora just announced the official release date of her new song, 'Girls,' on May 11. The track is her collaboration with other female singers, such as Charli XCX and Bebe Rexha.
DJ Khaled got roasted on Twitter after admitting in an interview from 2015 that he never performs oral sex on his wife, but expects her to pleasure him. Twitter users also pointed out the blatant misogyny in his comments.
Kanye West admitted that a new designer for Yeezy submitted the design originally created by Tony Spackman for Nike. The rapper revealed that he has fired the plagiarizing employee.
Detroit Station 105.1 The Bounce will stop playing Kanye West's songs after his recent comments about slavery. Television personalities also criticized the rapper over the said issue.
John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, Camila Cabello, Ariana Grande, BTS, Shawn Mendes, and Dua Lipa are confirmed to perform at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards. The ceremony will air on NBC on May 20.
Tina Fey broke down in tears while at the gym when she learned that 'Mean Girls' on Broadway received 12 Tony nominations. The stage play received a nomination for the best musical category among others.
Jay-Z and Amazon announced an upcoming docu-series that will recount the story of the incarceration and release of rapper Meek Mill. The project came a few weeks after the 30-year-old's release.
A judge ordered Jay-Z to appear in court next week after he ignored two subpoenas asking him to testify regarding the Iconix acquisition of Rocawear. The rapper is also facing a lawsuit from two companies in Scandinavia for Tidal.
Christina Aguilera dissed 'The Voice' in a new interview with Billboard, saying that the show was an 'energy sucker' that stunted her creativity. The singer has a new album coming out this summer.