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Kanye West added a line on the track 'I Thought About Killing You,' from his new album 'ye.' Once again, the rapper declared that the slavery of African-Americans was a 'choice.'
Death Cab for Cutie just dropped a teaser for its new song 'Your Hurricane.' The 33-second preview features lead vocalist Ben Gibbard's somber and calming tone.
Grimes just dropped the snippets of two of her untitled songs. The 30-year-old Canadian singer may soon release the follow-up to her 2015 album, 'Art Angels.'
Selena Gomez just dropped the official music video for 'Back To You.' The song was originally released last month, and it was also featured on '13 Reasons Why.'
Lynyrd Skynyrd extended their North American farewell tour by adding 21 additional dates and venues. After four decades of making music, the Southern rock icons announced their final tour this year.
For the second time ever, Back took a song by U2 and gave it a more upbeat remix. This week, he released a more peppy version of 'Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way' from 'Songs of Experience.'
Guns N' Roses added 'Slither,' a song by the supergroup Velvet Revolver, to their setlist in a concert in Berlin. The hard rock band is currently in European as part of 'Not In This Lifetime' tour.
AJ McLean just released his new country song 'Back Porch Bottle Service.' The track will be featured in the Backstreet Boys member's upcoming solo album.
Ariana Grande debuted her new song 'The Light Is Coming' at the Wango Tango last weekend. The track serves as her third collaboration with Nicki Minaj.
Charli XCX dropped a new single titled '5 in the Morning,' a collaboration with hit-makers The Invisible Men. In a recent interview, the English singer-songwriter also responded to the criticism around 'Girls.'
The 1975 marked the next era of the band with the release of 'Give Yourself A Try,' their first original track since 2016. The English band is also set to release a new album this year.
Maroon 5 dropped the remix of their track 'Girls Like You' with Cardi B on Wednesday, May 30. Its music video featured several famous women from all fields including Gal Gadot, Millie Bobby Brown, Jennifer Lopez, and more.
Gorillaz has plenty of new announcements this week! The band released two new tracks, 'Humility' and 'Lake Zurich,' both of which will be included in the new album and introduced their new fourth member to replace Murdoc.
Jeff Goldblum was spotted by Decca Records after performing piano for Gregory Porter at a television show last year. The renowned movie actor also fronts a jazz band called The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra.
Florence + the Machine announced their massive 23-date North American tour to promote their upcoming album, 'High As Hope.' The band also previously revealed dates to their concerts across the United Kingdom.