It's a pure Hollywood slasher fest — difficult to stomach or condone, but even harder to look away from.
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"We are the leaders. We are the ones that lead the country, and we have to make sure we're not laying down right now."
The rapper offers his take on what he would do as president and ethers Trump supporters.
Hopefully Chance the Rapper spoke truth in his "Blessings" verse, and there "ain't no Twitter in heaven."
Aguilera is looking to cut some "classic magic" on her as-yet untitled sixth studio album.
It's a glimpse of Americana Gaga ready to get buck wild at the cornfield party, or dive bar, or wherever.
Nothing about Frank Ocean's 'Blonde' or 'Endless' releases can make sense.
?Nicki Minaj bows to no MC in hip-hop — except Lauryn Hill.
As Jay Z and Beyoncé's politics have moved from the background right up to the microphone, their service has followed suit.
"It's something you ain’t never heard Missy do. It sounds today, but the future."
Common has gathered an all-star cast to help him rewrite "the black American story."
"Trump's words [at the] debate sent abused women into a panic."
Few living artists have been as deeply mythologized as Bob Dylan — and few artists seemed to have despised it more.
"He can be read and should be read, and is a great poet in the English tradition."
"We try to make music with a message and an undercurrent of meaning that we feel like is often lacking in modern music."
Like most other streaming service debuts, it comes with huge fanfare, but few groundbreaking changes. Save one: price.
It's like Cornel West making a cameo on the 'Big Bang Theory.'
Up from the table and onto the dancefloor.
Fans have dug into some deep Swift numerology to pinpoint a release of October 23, 2016 — a Sunday.
The release features music from Danny Elfman, one of the most accomplished film scorers of all time, and a little Kanye West.
Nothing is more necessary listening this Columbus/Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Knowles girls run the world in 2016.
Alicia Keys was not kidding when she said her secret NYC show was going to take place in an "iconic" location.
'Starboy' is due out Nov. 25.
The whole performance may be James Brown-light, but there's at least a little soul.