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DETROIT — Eminem, an artist who's long been guarded about licensing his music, has a career first: He has provided a song — his signature song — to a political candidate. more
Bruce Springsteen and his stalwart E Street Band were last seen together on a 2016 tour that included two four-hour dates at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia that were the longest marathons. more
Gimme, gimme more Miley Cyrus covers of Britney Spears hits. more
Blackpink's debut album hasn't even been out for two weeks, and already the members of this K-pop girl group have the end in mind. more
The music must go on. more
SAN DIEGO — Internationally acclaimed saxophonist Charles McPherson is not the first jazz great to launch his own record label, perform a livestreamed concert or teach music classes online. more
Joe Bautista has spent the past six months nursing coronavirus patients he can't touch or see in person. more
Dua Lipa didn't need to put a song called "Love Is Religion" on her new remix album to conjure memories of Madonna. more
"WAP" is a verified rainmaker. The delightfully raunchy hip-hop single by rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion racked up 93 million streams in the United States in the week after its release on … more
Gifted young musicians from around the world converge in the Chicago area each fall for the same reason: to study at one of the widely revered music schools. more
Get ready for some #SelPink in your area! more
Here are three new songs worth putting in heavy rotation this month: more
I really enjoyed Snoop Dogg's list of the top 10 rappers, especially since he included the great Big Daddy Kane in the mix. What he didn't include, however, was any women. more
CHICAGO — No flower crowns, no underbutt, no stepping on smushed piles of uncertain provenance as you rush to a stage. more
According to Taylor Swift's record label, her new album, "Folklore" — recorded in secrecy in quarantine and released Friday with only a few hours' warning — sold more than 1.3 million copies. more
Just a week after Pop Smoke's posthumous debut topped charts, Juice Wrld's own after-death album "Legends Never Die" will take its place at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart. more
The third time might still pack a lot of charm for the Replacements' 1987 album "Pleased to Meet Me." more
The Doobie Brothers, Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G., Nine Inch Nails, T-Rex, Jon Landau, and Irving Azoff will get their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 induction after all. more
Dreams do come true. more
At the end of the title track of Pop Smoke's posthumous LP "Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon," there's a lament that hit different on Fourth of July weekend in 2020. more
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