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‘Patti Cake$’: The Story Behind the Feminem Underdog Movie of 2017

Meet Patricia Dumbrowski, a.k.a. Killa P. a.k.a. White Trish, a.k.a. Marilyn Mansion. Maybe you know the plus-size young woman from suburban New Jersey by the nickname the local knuckleheads have christened her with: Dumbo. Or maybe you know her by the wannabe white-girl rapper by her stage name, Patti Cake$. In between working works dead-end jobs and tending bar in […]

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Charlottesville Victim’s Mom to White Supremacists: ‘You Just Magnified Her’

During a ceremony on Wednesday honoring Heather Heyer – the 32-year-old who was killed Saturday after being struck by a car during a counter-protest against white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia – the victim’s mother, Susan Bro, delivered a poignant speech about her daughter’s conviction for battling injustice.

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Watch Live Stream of Metallica’s Final WorldWired North American Tour Stop

Metallica‘s final North American show in Edmonton, in Alberta, Canada, from this leg of their WorldWired tour will be live streamed on Wednesday, beginning around 10:45 p.m. ET. In support of last year’s Hardwired… to Self-Destruct, the tour is the band’s biggest trek yet and their first North American tour in eight years. It’s also their first stadium run in […]

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See Lorde’s New Videos for Six Reimagined ‘Melodrama’ Songs

Lorde has unveiled six new videos, which reimagine songs from Melodrama. The stripped-down renditions, which were filmed for Vevo, include “Homemade Dynamite,” “Hard Feelings/Loveless,” “Supercut,” “Sober,” “The Louvre” and “Writer in the Dark.” She filmed the new cuts at New York’s famed Electric Lady Studios, where she also recorded the album.

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Spotify Takes Steps to Remove Hate Music From Streaming Service

Spotify announced it has removed “hate bands” identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center from the streaming service.

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After Charlottesville Rally Ends in Violence, Alt-Right Vows to Return

White supremacists and counterprotestors clashed in Virginia on Saturday, resulting in one death […]

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Solange Deletes Twitter Account, Shows Support for Durham Protesters

Solange Knowles tweeted support to Durham activists before deleting her account on Tuesday. “Deleting my Twitter soon, but before I dip — when we gonna pull up?” she wrote. “And what we got to do to get my new hero Takiyah Thompson free?”

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Review: The Isley Brothers and Santana Join for Olympian Soul-Rock Summit

This iconic pairing is full of inspired jams: Swamp Dogg’s 1970 “Total Destruction to Your Mind” morphs from a Sly Stone workout into a Funkadelic guitar display, and Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” gains heavy-metal bulk. But while Carlos Santana’s guitar shines – Ernie Isley’s, too – 76-year-old Ron is the lodestar, donning a falsetto […]

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Pink Slams Christina Aguilera Fan Account After VMA Video Vanguard Announcement

The day after MTV announced Pink is 2017’s Video Music Award’s honoree for the Video Vanguard Award, the singer addressed her critics. “You don’t have to like me at all, I’m ok with that. Just be a decent person,” she tweeted. 

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Chris Brown on Rihanna Assault: ‘I Felt Like a F–king Monster’

Chris Brown described the infamous night he physically attacked then-girlfriend Rihanna in a clip from his new documentary, Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life, released Monday.

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Chris Brown: ‘My Character’s Been Defaced’ by Accusations

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Michael Moore, Mark Ruffalo Take Broadway Crowd to Protest Donald Trump

Filmmaker Michael Moore led the audience of his one-man, anti-Trump Broadway show, The Terms of My Surrender, to protest the president outside Trump Tower on Tuesday. Theatergoers crammed onto a pair of double-decker buses en route to a candlelight vigil for Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old killed Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia after a car slammed into demonstrators protesting the “Unite the […]

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12 Reasons This Is Madonna’s Best Performance Ever: ‘Express Yourself,’ VMAs 1989

There’s a case to be made that there’s no such thing as Peak Madonna. Over the past three decades, the Queen of Pop has ascended so many summits, pulled off so many comebacks and, yes, reinvented herself so many times that it feels impossible to distill her essence into one defining moment. And yet. Back in September 1989, Madonna opened […]

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How Did Pop Music Get So Slow?

In 2014, the DJ and producer Dave Audé – a Grammy winner whose remixes of pop hits have been club staples for more than a decade – caught a festival set by the young Norwegian producer Kygo, who had just signed to Ultra/RCA two months earlier. Kygo ignored the peppy tempos typical of mainstream dance music, choosing to focus instead […]

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Laci Peterson Murder: Everything You Need to Know

In March 2003, America changed the world’s geopolitical landscape irreparably when President George W. Bush and company led us into a war in Iraq. But among the increasing anxieties about weapons of mass destruction and the Axis of Evil, another face became a fixture of 24/7 news cycle: A beautiful, white, smiling 26-year-old named Laci Peterson.

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Green Day Fret Over Trump, Charlottesville in ‘Troubled Times’ Video

Green Day unveiled a stark and fraught new video for “Troubled Times” off their last album, Revolution Radio.

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Watch Green Day Relive Punk Glory Days in New ‘Revolution Radio’ Video

Band blends footage of old, new performances at famed Berkeley venue […]

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L7 Detail ‘Pretend We’re Dead’ Documentary Release

A new documentary about revolutionary grunge outfit L7 will be released October 13th on DVD and video-on-demand. L7: Pretend We’re Dead will also get a multi-city theatrical run starting September 1st at the Hollywood Theater in Portland, Oregon.

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QA: Donita Sparks of L7

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Families of Ariana Grande Concert Attack Victims to Receive $324,000

The families of the 22 people killed in the May attack outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England will receive $324,000 each from the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, Billboard reports.

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Ariana Grande Writes to Fans: ‘I Am Sorry For the Pain and the Fear’

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See Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller Slap Box in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Trailer

Adam Sandler scraps with Ben Stiller and sings a goofy tune about a man named Byron in the new trailer for Noah Baumbach‘s The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected). The film arrives on Netflix October 13th.

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Watch Jennifer Lawrence Guess Wine Review, Movie Review in Charity Video

Jennifer Lawrence tries to guess if she’s reading a review of a fine bottle of wine or one of her movies in a video for a new charity competition. The actress is offering fans the chance to join her on a California wine tour as a way to raise money for the anti-political corruption organization Represent.Us.

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Elvis Presley Impersonators Reflect on His Legacy 40 Years After His Death

Elvis Presley‘s August 16th, 1977, death still has reverberations that span generations and nationalities. Every year, impersonators gather to celebrate The King and reminisce about his far-reaching influence in both music and pop culture at large.

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Gone Too Soon: Artist Deaths That Changed Music History

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Watch Durham County Protesters Topple Confederate Statue After Charlottesville

Video of a group of protesters toppling a Confederate statue outside the Durham County, North Carolina courthouse Monday has gone viral, bringing visibility to a Facebook event calling for “solidarity with Charlottesville[‘s] anti-racist and anti-fascist activists.”

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Trump’s Long History of Racism

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Louis C.K. Preps First Directed Film in 16 Years

Louis C.K.‘s new movie, I Love You, Daddy, will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Los Angeles Times reports. The film marks the first feature-length movie C.K. has directed since 2001’s Pootie Tang.

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Converge Preview New LP With Defiant New Song ‘Under Duress’

Converge unveiled an intense new rock song, “Under Duress,” on Tuesday. It’s the first single from the Boston group’s upcoming album, The Dusk in Us, out November 3rd. 

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Hear Converge and Cave In Supergroup’s New Rager ‘Sweet Ivy’

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Flashback: Stevie Nicks Delivers a Scintillating ‘Rhiannon’ in 1981

Stevie Nicks‘ 1981 debut solo LP Bella Donna was her first chance to shine outside of Fleetwood Mac, but that doesn’t mean she did it alone.  To make up for the absence of her bandmates she cobbled together an incredible supergroup of stars from many of the biggest acts of the late 1970s. Not only do Tom Petty and most […]

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How Spotify Playlists Create Hits

Last month, Spotify reported that it has 60 million subscribers – a 100 percent jump from last year (its closest competitor, Apple Music, has 27 million). Streaming revenue has jumped from $1.8 billion to $3.8 billion in two years, and its users like being turned on to new music: More than half of Spotify users listen to the service’s constantly […]

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The Last Word: Jake Tapper on Trump, ‘SNL’ and Old-School Rap

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Jake Tapper wasn’t on the phone with Rolling Stone for more than 30 seconds when another line rang and he had to go to take a call from a Republican senator who agreed to talk to him on background. “Sorry about that,” he says when he calls back a […]

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Watch At the Drive-In’s Unnerving, Stop-Motion ‘Call Broken Arrow’ Video

At the Drive-In mine technology-driven paranoia and dread in their new “Call Broken Arrow” video. Director Rob Shaw weaves stop-motion animation throughout the clip – a prequel to his visual for “Hostage Stamps,” from the band’s recent fourth LP, in•ter a•li•a.

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GoDaddy Drops Neo-Nazi Site for Mocking Death of Charlottesville Protestor

GoDaddy announced that it would no longer host neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer after the site published a story mocking Heather Heyer, the protester who was killed by a car driven by an alleged white supremacist in Charlottesville Saturday.
“We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our […]

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Tyler, the Creator Enlists Lana Del Rey, Kid Cudi for Camp Flog Gnaw Fest

Tyler, the Creator recruited Lana Del Rey, Kid Cudi, Solange, A$AP Rocky, 2 Chainz, Vince Staples and Willow Jaden Smith for his sixth annual festival-carnival Camp Flog Gnaw, set for October 28th and 29th at Los Angeles’ Exposition Park.

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Why Trump’s Condemnation of Neo-Nazis Has Been So Underwhelming

Hours after a 32-year-old woman from Charlottesville, Virginia, was mowed down by an Ohio man who came to town to participate in a white nationalist rally on Saturday, President Trump delivered a short statement. “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence – on many sides,” Trump told reporters regarding the demonstration, during […]

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Wilco Release New Song ‘All Lives, You Say?’ to Benefit SPLC

Wilco have released a new song titled “All Lives, You Say?” Monday night to help raise money for the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Fans can download the track for $1 at Wilco’s Bandcamp page, with proceeds going to the SPLC in the memory of Jeff Tweedy’s father Robert L. Tweedy, who died on August 4th.

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Jury Sides With Taylor Swift in Groping Trial, Orders DJ to Pay $1

The jury in the Taylor Swift assault trial ruled in favor of the singer and her mother Monday, rejecting a radio DJ’s claims that they unjustly had him fired from his job after allegedly groping the singer during a 2013 backstage meet-and-greet.

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Michael Bennett Decision to Sit During National Anthem: ‘We Need to Stay Together’

Marshawn Lynch wasn’t the only NFL player to take a seat during the national anthem over the weekend. Michael Bennett, a former teammate of Lynch in Seattle, decided to do the same when the Seahawks took on the San Diego Chargers in a preseason game on Sunday. But unlike Lynch, Bennett was forthcoming with his reasons, saying he felt the […]

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Gregg Allman Tribute Events Planned Around Final LP, ‘Southern Blood’

Gregg Allman‘s family, associates and musical collaborators will honor the late Allman Brothers Band singer with a trio of live celebrations timed around the September 8th release of his final live LP, Southern Blood. The events, which Rounder Records dubbed “Southern Blood: Celebrating Gregg Allman,” will be staged in three of the rock legend’s favorite U.S. cities: Los Angeles, Nashville […]

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Taylor Swift Groping Trial Day 6: Closing Remarks and Jury Deliberation

On Monday, a Denver jury heard closing remarks from both sides in the trial between Taylor Swift and a former Denver radio show host, Robert Mueller. The pop star accused Mueller of sexual assault by grabbing her butt during a pre-concert photo in 2013. 

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‘Deadpool 2’ Stuntwoman Killed in Motorcycle Crash on Set

A stuntwoman was killed on the Vancouver set of Deadpool 2 Monday while filming a sequence involving a motorcycle in the Canadian city.

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Review: Downtown Boys Up the Guitars and Righteous Rage on ‘Cost of Living’

This Rhode Island hardcore band’s 2015 LP, Full
Communism, was refreshing both in its white-knuckled attack and its
far-left specificity (see “100% Inheritance Tax”). Produced by Fugazi’s
Guy Picciotto, the Boys’ third album comes with the potent sonic upgrade they
deserve. The blaring sax outro “Lips That Bite” brings to mind the
Seventies revelations of X-Ray Spex. But Downtown Boys aren’t about reliving
other bands’ glories; […]

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Watch Grizzly Bear’s Liberating ‘Mourning Sound’ Video

Grizzly Bear have released their colorful new video for “Mourning Sound,” a track off the group’s upcoming LP Painted Ruins.

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Drake, Tool, U2 and more of this year’s upcoming releases

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See Steve Martin’s ‘Caroline’ Video With Bill Hader, Cecily Strong

Actor and bluegrass singer Steve Martin teams with a pair of fellow Saturday Night Live veterans, Bill Hader and Cecily Strong, in the Steep Canyon Rangers’ new video for “Caroline.”

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Eagles Announce ‘An Evening With’ Fall Tour

Following the Eagles‘ Classic West and East gigs, the group will once again hit the road this fall for four “An Evening With the Eagles” concerts.

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Vince Gill: My Five Favorite Eagles Songs

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Watch Bruno Mars’ Transfixing ‘Versace on the Floor’ Video With Zendaya

Bruno Mars puts Spider-Man: Homecoming star Zendaya under his spell in his transfixing new video for “Versace on the Floor,” the slow jam single off the singer’s 24K Magic.

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Michael Moore Explains Why His Broadway Show Is About Hope

Michael Moore knows many people are still too depressed and paralyzed to feel they can do anything to fight Trump and his cronies who are bent on destroying the United States and the rest of the world. That’s why his one-man Broadway show is for those “self-hating liberals.”

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On the Charts: Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Damn.’ Returns to Top Spot

Thirteen weeks after Kendrick Lamar last topped the Billboard 200, the Rolling Stone cover star returned to Number One with Damn.

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The greatest rapper alive goes deep on his obsessive […]

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See Barack Obama’s Empowering Video Message at Chance the Rapper Concert

Barack Obama delivered an empowering video message to attendees of Chance the Rapper‘s surprise concert Saturday night, a free gig the rapper planned after serving as grand marshal of the city’s annual Bud Billiken Parade.

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After Charlottesville Rally Ends in Violence, Alt-Right Vows to Return

In Charlottesville on Saturday, after the city council and Virginia governor declare a state of emergency and police disband the Unite the Right rally organized by white supremacists, I am following a growing group of demonstrators against the rally, who have begun marching east down Water Street, the southern perimeter of the city’s historic downtown mall. Just a few blocks […]

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‘Whose Streets?’ Review: Portrait of Ferguson May Be the Doc of the Year

You might think for a nanosecond that, after seeing footage of the protests and push-back in Ferguson, Missouri, played in TV-news loops during the back half of 2014, those images might have lost the ability to shock or stun you. And then you bear witness to the scenes of cacophony and chaos in Whose Streets?, the extraordinary documentary by Sabaah […]

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Bruno Mars Donates $1 Million to Flint Water Crisis Aid

Bruno Mars revealed during his Saturday concert in Auburn Hills, Michigan that he had donated $1 million to aid victims of the water crisis in nearby Flint.

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Charlottesville: Dave Matthews Band, Lorde, Lady Gaga React

Dave Matthews Band, Lorde, Lady Gaga and John Legend are among the artists to speak out against Saturday’s white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia and criticize Donald Trump’s refusal to condemn white supremacy by name.

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Kesha Opens Up About New ‘Rainbow’ Video in Personal Essay

Kesha has unveiled her new video for “Rainbow,” the title track off her just-released new LP, alongside a personal letter about the song and its video.

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Beck Talks ‘Complex’ New Pop Opus ‘Colors’

The last time the mass public got a glimpse of Beck, it was at the end of the 2015 Grammys and Prince was handing him an Album of the Year award for his LP Morning Phase. Before Beck could even open his mouth to register his shock, Kanye West walked onstage briefly to protest Beyoncé’s loss. 

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Hear Gregg Allman Reflect on ‘An End’ on New Song ‘My Only True Friend’

Gregg Allman reflects on death and a life on the road on the new song “My Only True Friend,” a track off the late Allman Brothers Band singer‘s upcoming solo LP Southern Blood.

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