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Pusha T Just Wants To Live Up To King Push Title During 'My Name Is My Name'

Pusha T and No Malice proved themselves the kings of trap-rap as Clipse. The ever-high ambitions of Kanye West, and a flurry of unnecessary guest verses distract the rapper and result in a half-baked album.

Spacehog, Liv Tyler, Sean Lennon to Play David Lynch Foundation Show

Aside from directing standout cinematic moments of our time, David Lynch has a knack for putting together benefit shows you want to see. Maybe it's the mix of acts, or the fact that you know he's not promoting a cause just because it's en vogue. ...

The Avett Brothers Stream New Album, 'Magpie and The Dandelion' Early On NPR [LISTEN]

The Avett Brothers are streaming their upcoming album Magpie and the Dandelion on NPR a week ahead of its official release.

Questlove's New Book 'Soul Train: The Music, Dance, and Style of a Generation' Chronicles The History of The Famous Variety Show

It has only been a few months since releasing the critically acclaimed Mo' Beta Blues, and Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson is at it again with the Soul Train chronicle, Soul Train: The Music, Dance, and Style of a Generation.

Passion Pit Write Letter Explaining Why Bands Have To Cancel Shows Sometimes

Passion Pit hopped on the write-an-open-letter-on-your-website bandwagon yesterday and penned a letter to fans called "Why Bands Cancel Shows (And Why It Sucks For Everyone)."

Katy Perry Places Three Tracks in Top 10 of Billboard Downloads Charts, But Can 'Roar' Beat 'Royals'?

Katy Perry, Lorde and Miley Cyrus have held the top three spots on the downloads chart for four weeks. Which one came out on top this week?

Drake, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Keith Urban and Robin Thicke To Perform At Grammy Nomination Concert

Drake, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Robin Thicke and Keith Urban will kick off the Grammy season this year, performing at the nominations concert in Dec. 6.

Timberlake vs. Drake: Did '20/20 Experience' or 'Nothing Was The Same' Top Billboard 200 Last Week?

Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Tyler Farr and HAIM all debuted albums last week. Who won? Or perhaps did returnees Drake and Luke Bryan maintain control of the charts?

EDM Concert Promoter SFX Entertainment Goes Public; NASDAQ IPO Draws $260 Million

The commercial value of the EDM industry seems to be high, based on initial reports from the stock market debut of SFX Entertainment. The company, which sponsors concerts and live events exclusively catering to the electronic dance music industry, ...

Nipsey Hussle Dominates Capitalism With $100 'Crenshaw' Mixtape

A recent conversation with one of Music Times' office neighbors got into the economics of releasing hip-hop music. The curious conversation partner asked why rappers were always releasing mixtapes, which were typically available for free and often ...

EXCLUSIVE: The Tins Break Out Of 'The Green Room,' Anticipate Upcoming EP and Full-Length In 2014

It's a little after 7 p.m. on a Thursday night in early October, and The Tins are standing across the street from Pianos in New York's iconic Lower East Side. The band is playing that night by way of any other show. They hope this gig proves more ...

DisneyMusic Service Offers Family Friendly Popular Music Videos...and Not Just Disney Artists

Kids want to listen to popular music. Parents, understandably, want their kids to be able to enjoy popular music, but at the same time, popular music can be awfully obscene (case and point: Music Times just listened to R. Kelly's "Cookies"). We know ...

CMA Awards Performers Announced: See What Hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley Have To Say About Each [QUIZ]

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will be hosting the 47th Country Music Association Awards on November 6, and organizers recently announced the performers for this year's event. Music Times has come up with theoretical introductions from the hosts ...

Suicide Silence Announces New Vocalist: All Shall Perish's Eddie Hermida Will Follow Deceased Mitch Lucker

Metal band Suicide Silence has announced a new member to perform in steed of deceased vocalist Mitch Lucker. Hernan "Eddie" Hermida, former vocalist for fellow California deathcore band All Shall Perish, has reportedly already begun recording with ...

Zeds Dead Invites Polite Discussion Over Major Lazer Collaboration, Talks Down Critics

Electronic music producers Zeds Dead have utilized the power of fan-oriented peer pressure to shrug off the complaints of those who didn't take well to the Toronto duo's collaboration with Major Lazer and Elephant Man, titled "Turn Around." They ...

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