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Christina Aguilera once again teased her upcoming album, which will be her first in six years. The compilation serves a follow-up to her 2012 project 'Lotus.'
Tinashe's second studio album, 'Joyride,' has finally been released. Some of the songs in the compilation are 'He Don't Want It,' 'Ooh La La,' and 'Stuck With Me.'
RZA tried to buy back one of Wu-Tang Clan's albums 'Once Upon A Time in Shaolin' from Martin Shkreli. Currently, Shkreli is faced with the forfeiture of the record.
The Weeknd's latest album, 'My Dear Melancholy,' has just been released. The compilation features the songs 'Call Out My Name,' 'Try Me,' and more.
Carly Rae Jepsen just changed the header of her Spotify account. Fans were convinced that she will soon release her new songs via the streaming platform.
A$AP Rocky and BlocBoy JB just released their collaboration 'Bad Company.' The song is featured in the A$AP Rocky's upcoming third album for release this year.
The Weeknd teased that his upcoming album could be ready in the coming weeks. The compilation serves as a follow-up to his 2016 project 'Starboy.'
Kanye West, Nas, Travis Scott, and Kid Cudi are confirmed to be working on new music together. West will be releasing a new album this year, but details are still being kept under wraps.
Avril Lavigne is scheduled to release her sixth studio album under BMG sometime this year. The 'Hello Kitty' singer shared a photo of herself working at the studio a few days ago.
Dita Von Teese just dropped her song 'Porcelaine' off of her self-titled album. The 45-year-old burlesque star teamed up with Sébastien Tellier in the track, who also produced all of the songs in her album.
The two-minute teaser for Courtney Barnett's upcoming album was just released. Details about 'Tell Me How You Really Feel' are still being kept under wraps, however.
Our prayers have been answered!
Looks like he is more versatile than we thought.
The album features an appearance from Nicki Minaj, Migos and more.
As of recently, "4:44" banners have been appearing in New York City and online. When excited fans looked into it, some claimed that it linked back to TIDAL, for a song or album called, "Superhero."