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PHOTO: Janet Jackson’s Album Name and Release Date Revealed

Janet’s Unbreakable tour will be stopping in St. Louis on October 29th!

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Adele’s Long-Awaited Album Finally Coming Out in November

Adele’s Long-Awaited New Album: Find Out Everything We Know About the Follow-Up to ’21’


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The 16 Best Ryan Adams Covers

What song are you most excited to hear from the Taylor’s 1989 album that Adams will cover?


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VIDEO: Alanis Morissette Tease New Justin Bieber Single

Alanis Morissete and Justin Bieber friends?! Watch the video and let us know what you think!


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LeAnn Rimes Announces Today is Christmas Album, Tour

The 32-year-old will also release a new Christmas album this fall for the second year in a row, also called Today Is Christmas.


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Entourage Movie to Feature Never-Before-Heard Tom Petty Song

As unlikely as it seems, the slick Hollywood movie Entourage will feature a previously unreleased track from rootsy rocker Tom Petty.


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Shut Up and Dance Movie Scenes

Watch your favorite dancing scenes from various movies with one of today’s hit song!


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Listen to Two Versions of the New Michael Jackson Song ‘Love Never Felt So Good’

For an entire globe full of fans, the wait is over. Michael Jackson’s new single, “Love Never Felt So Good” has hit the internet.


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Austin Mahone Drops ‘Till I Find You,’ New Album Track Listing

Austin Mahone fans may have to wait until May 27 for a new album, but the wait for new music is over. Early today (April 18) Mahone dropped the beat heavy “Till I Find You,” off his forthcoming album ‘The Secret’.


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Lana Del Rey Shares Slinky, Sad New Song ‘West Coast’

The slinky, breathy ode to a boy and the western seaboard of the United States, the song stays in Del Rey’s melancholic lane. Is it, as she claimed of her new album, “so dark it’s almost unlistenable”? No, not in the slightest.