Julian Casablancas' band the Voidz unveiled a enthralling, disco-tinged new song, "Leave It In My Dreams," set to appear on their upcoming second LP.
The singer knew she was destined to become Mrs. Sabara a month after meeting her husband-to-be.
Drake's brief EP 'Scary Hours,' his first new music in nearly a year, evokes a grandiose aloneness that's often been his fallback position; our take
A$AP Rocky unveiled a woozy new song, "5ive Stars" along with the teasing note, "Testing coming soon."
Phish will embark on a U.S. tour this summer, playing multiple shows in several cities.
The family of late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray reached a settlement with the doctor and health care providers they claim caused the musician's death.
Aretha Franklin, Aerosmith, Jack White, Beck and Sting are among the artists set to play the 2018 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
The Migos star proposed onstage at the Power 99 Powerhouse concert in Philadelphia in October.
Writer/director Dee Rees and cinematographer Rachel Morrison also made Oscars history with their nods.
Mira Sorvino and Rebecca Hall are among the actresses who have vowed never to appear in another Woody Allen film following his daughter''s molestation allegations.
Watch Neil Diamond perform the rarity "Dry Your Eyes" in Cleveland on May 30th, 2017on what turned out to be his final tour.
Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite unveiled the smoldering title track from their upcoming new album, 'No Mercy In This Land.'
Hugh Masekela, renowned South African trumpeter, composer and singer, has died at the age of 78.
Car Seat Headrest added new dimensions to 2011 songs like "Cute Thing" for his upcoming 'Twin Fantasy' LP.
The War on Drugs performed "Pain" on 'The Tonight Show' on Monday.
Britney Spears will take her hit Las Vegas show 'Piece of Me' on the road this summer.
Among the guests at the service was Dolores' boyfriend Ole Koretsky, her mother Eileen, her ex-husband Don Burton and their children Taylor, Molly and Dakota Burton, and The Cranberries band members Mike and Noel Hogan and Fergal Lawlor.
The Smiths' Mike Joyce has dropped out of a series of orchestral concerts after bassist Andy Rourke was falsely listed as a participant.
Blonde by Frank Ocean
10 Minute - Butt Workout - EP by Power Music Workout
Brave Enough by Lindsey Stirling
Into You (Workout Mix) - Single by Power Music Workout
Into You (3LAU Remix) - Single by Ariana Grande
Different Now - Single by Fetty Wap
Losing My Religion by Kirk Franklin
Still Falling For You (From "Bridget Jones's Baby" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Single by Ellie Goulding
Different Now - Single by Fetty Wap
123 Victory (Remix) [feat. Pharrell Williams] - Single by Kirk Franklin
Make Me (Workout Mix) - Single by Power Music Workout
Rise Up (Workout Mix) - Single by Power Music Workout
Cold Water (Workout Mix) - Single by Power Music Workout
i think you think too much of me by EDEN
Victorious (Radio Version) - Single by Third Day
All Summer - Single by Dave East
Treat You Better (Ashworth Remix) - Single by Shawn Mendes
The Long Goodbye - Single by Sarah McLachlan
The Get Down (Original Soundtrack from the Netflix Original Series) [Deluxe Version] by Various Artists
SremmLife 2 (Deluxe) by Rae Sremmurd
EPMD's Erick Sermon enlists Pharrell, Ghostface Killah and Method Man for new solo album. Hear the first single "Come Thru"
Word Up! (The Remixes) - EP by Korn
Tokyo... Live by Al Green
Folk-Country by Waylon Jennings
The Great Southern Trendkill (20th Anniversary Edition) by Pantera
Men of the World: The Early Years by Fleetwood Mac
Temple of the Dog (Deluxe Edition) by Temple of the Dog
Com Lag: 2+2=5 - EP by Radiohead
Vicious Cycle by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Christmas Time Again by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Arch Allies - Live At Riverport by Styx & REO Speedwagon
Early Years by Madonna & Otto von Wernherr
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Lyve (Live) by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Along Came Joyner by Joyner Lucas
No Wow by The Kills
Bomber (Bonus Track Edition) by Motörhead
Iron Fist by Motörhead
Ace of Spades by Motörhead
Birth of a Prince by RZA
Village Gorilla Head by Tommy Stinson
Brain Salad Surgery by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Members of Sonic Youth and Negativland have participated in a new recording of composer John Cage's 'Electronic Music for Piano.'
Unknown Mortal Orchestra released a psychedelic, riff-heavy new song, "American Guilt," and announced a tour.
Other fans defended Miranda, insisting people were "reading way too much into" the lyric change.
The pop megastar's Vegas shows generated more than $130 million (£93 million) in ticket sales.
Drake and Katy Perry have annoyed two artists, as the promotional art for their singles bears similarities to the designers' work.
Jazz legend trumpeter Hugh Masekela has died aged 78.
The singer encouraged world leaders to do something to change the "disgraceful" inequality in the world.
The music icon will be honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Grammys on Sunday.
The rocker announced he wasn't running in October.
Neil Diamond announced Monday that he would retire from touring after being recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
Jhené Aiko has dropped her futuristic, Rae Sremmurd-featuring video for the remix of "Sativa," the latest visual off the singer's 2017 album 'Trip.'
The star changed the tour name earlier this month.
Vic Mensa envisions a world without racial or religious barriers in his poignant video for "We Could Be Free," featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
Former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke denies that he is reuniting with the band's drummer Mike Joyce for a series of orchestral concerts.
Hundreds of fans attend the singer's removal service as her remains are prepared for Tuesday funeral.
This week’s Official Chart Update is one of the most dramatic in recent memory, with just 60 combined chart sales between the Top 2 contenders
The Greatest Showman will be hoping for an encore, as the cast recording of the Hugh Jackman movie prepares to spend a third week
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The band scrapped their new album Mania rebuilding it from scratch because it wasn't "right".
Rod Stewart now prefers a cosy night in watching a war documentary rather than a wild night out.
The supermodel and grime artist are allegedly "taking it very slowly."