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Stevie Wonder just announced his upcoming limited-engagement concert series this coming August and September. The shows will take place around the same time as the release of his new album.
Beastie Boys surviving members Mike D and Ad-Rock just announced that their memoir is now available for pre-order. 'Beastie Boys Book' will pay homage to the band that was formed in 1979.
Khloé Kardashian received a unique response from her fans after she asked them to share their workout playlist with her. The reality TV star is currently dealing with Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal.
Cardi B responded to the criticism made against the new song 'Girls.' She issued an apology on Twitter, but she insisted that she and her collaborators had no ill intentions.
After two years, Frances Bean Cobain finally settled her divorce from her ex-husband Isaiah Silva. The young artist will not pay spousal support, but she lost the bid to keep Kurt Cobain's guitar within the family.
Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards recalled the first time they worked with Donald Trump in 1989. The encounter angered the lyricist/guitarist so much that he stabbed a table and threatened to hurt the billionaire.
Christina Aguilera just announced that Big Boi will join her on some of her tour dates for 'Liberation.' The singer's North American tour will kick off in the fall and will wrap up in November.
21 Savage and Amber Rose recently heightened speculations that they have reconciled. The couple split in March, but Rose just professed her love for the rapper once again.
Rihanna's stalker, Eduardo Leon, was just charged with felony counts of stalking, burglary, and vandalism. The 26-year-old appeared in court on Monday, but he pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Ultraviolet, a women's advocacy group, recently urged the heads of Spotify to remove artists like Chris Brown, Eminem, and Steven Tyler from its playlists. All three were involved in sexual misconduct cases.
Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett recently stood by the band's decision to sue Napster in 2000 over copyright issues. Hammett also said that nothing will sound better than vinyl.
Ariana Grande performed a unique rendition of 'No Tears Left to Cry' with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. Her newest single was released last month, and it will be featured in her upcoming album.
Sam Smith filed a lawsuit against his Flipbook Records for releasing his 'cheesy' old songs he wrote when he was a teenager. The singer-songwriter alleged that the two albums planned for release does not have his permission.
Rita Ora has issued an apology for offending Hayley Kiyoko and other members of the LGBTQ+ community. The singer-actress also finally came out as a bisexual on a social media post.
Willow Smith revealed in a new interview that her rise to fame at the age of 10 led her to lose her sanity and cut her wrist. The news came as a surprise even to her mother Jada Pinkett Smith.