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Brendon Small Releases New Single "My Name Is Murder"

The wait is over – Dethklok mastermind Brendon Small has unleashed a brand new, full track cut from his upcoming high-stakes intergalactic extreme rock/metal album, Galaktikon II: Become The Storm (August 25, 2017 | Megaforce …Read More


NateWantsToBattle Releases Video for “Heroes Never Die”

NateWantsToBattle has released a new video for “Heroes Never Die”. Check it HERE.


See Jeremy Corbyn Introduce Run the Jewels at Glastonbury

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn delivered a speech prior to Run the Jewels‘ Pyramid Stage set Saturday at the Glastonbury Festival.

“And if you see that far look at the wall that surrounds this wonderful festival. There’s a message on that wall for President Donald Trump,” Corbyn said (via The Guardian). “You know what it says? Build bridges, not walls.”

Even before Corbyn’s speech Saturday, the Labour leader has had a presence at Glastonbury: During Radiohead’s headlining set Friday, the crowd chanted “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn. Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” to the tune of White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army.”

“I think we should adopt a maxim in life that everyone we meet is unique. Everyone we meet knows something that we don’t know, is slightly different to us in some ways,” Corbyn continued. “Don’t see them as a threat, don’t see them as an enemy. See them as a source of knowledge, a source of friendship and a source of inspiration.”

Corbyn isn’t the first politician to introduce the politically active Run the Jewels at a major music festival: In April 2016, Bernie Sanders taped a video intro for the duo’s Coachella set.

Run the Jewels performed their scheduled set at Glastonbury Saturday despite the death of Killer Mike’s mother, who died earlier this week. “I’m doing this show today for U girl,” the rapper wrote on Instagram.

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See DJ Khaled's 'On Everything' With Rick Ross, Big Sean, Travis Scott

DJ Khaled recruits Travis Scott, Big Sean and Rick Ross for his new video for “On Everything,” the latest single off the producer’s all-star LP Grateful.

The video finds Khaled and the three rappers delivering the track from within a luxurious, heavily guarded compound that’s adorned with thrones, stained glass windows and a pair of pet tigers on chains.

“On Everything” initially appears plot-less until the closing 30 seconds, where an armed gang raid the compound Scarface-style while an unaware Khaled listens to his headphones. The video concludes with an ominous “To Be Continued.”

“On Everything” follows Khaled’s big budget videos for “I’m the One,” co-starring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne and Migos and the Santana-sampling “Wild Thoughts” video with Rihanna and Bryson Tiller.

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Hear Metro Boomin's 'No Complaints' With Drake, Migos' Offset

Producer Metro Boomin teams with his What a Time to Be Alive collaborator Drake and Migos’ Offset on a new track titled “No Complaints.” The track premiered Friday as part of Drake’s OVO Sound radio show on Beats 1.

“At 17 I wanted everything that was in store / At 23 I bought it all just to make sure,” Drake boasts on the track. “Look at my face / Up there with the greats / Steps that I take / You can’t retrace. Young Metro on bass.”

“No Complaints” arrives just days after Drake dropped his new song “Signs,” the rapper’s first new track since releasing More Life; after debuting at a Louis Vuitton fashion show, “Signs” had its formal premiere on Friday’s OVO Sound.

“No Complaints” is available now on all streaming and digital music services.

Metro Boomin’s collaborative mixtape with Gucci Mane, DropTopWop, was released in May. On Thursday, the producer hinted that a new song would arrive Friday night in a tweet that also revealed the single’s artwork.

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Miley Cyrus on New Image, Music: 'I Feel Like I Have Respect'

Miley Cyrus isn’t big on labels that limit her ways of being. In a recent interview with ITV program Lorraine‘s host Ross King, the former Disney star opened up about how she’s transformed as an artist over the last few years.

“I feel like I proved what I wanted to do,” Cyrus said. “I feel like I have respect and I feel like my charity Happy Hippie has given me that and I feel like I have the respect as an artist that I want, so it’s less that I have to prove myself, and that gives me a lot of contentment.”

In recent months, Cyrus has simplified her image to one that’s a bit more reminiscent of her days as the child star of Disney channel’s hit series, Hannah Montana. At the Billboard Music Awards last month, the outspoken singer donned white shorts, a white off-shoulder cropped top, boots and a floppy hat to perform her gauzy single “Malibu.” (The image was a far cry from her eye-popping, provocative performance with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV VMA Awards.)

But it’s not as though she’s become a different person, Cyrus said, noting that she’s always been “open” about who she is, even if that’s changed from time to time.

“I think that makes me have more freedom in my music, because I feel like I can really just be myself and my fans are so accepting of me,” she said. “But it’s just hard for people that are looking out from the outside inside my life all the time and going through every little thing.”

When asked toward the end of the interview what she thought was “weird” about herself, Cyrus said, “I’m weird for many reasons. I think I feel genderless, I feel ageless. I’m just a spirit soul, not divided by human being, even animals. There’s no me and them and there’s no us and you. I just want to be nothing.”

And though her career is still arguably on the rise, Cyrus’ veteran advice for her younger sister Noah sounds like a singer who’s withstood plenty of criticism with each new self.

“I think it makes you jaded, it makes you guarded, and I don’t ever want her to get like that,” Cyrus told radio host Elvis Duran in a radio podcast earlier this week. “Or your style or the way that you think because you want to please people. I really hope that she never feels those pressures and I hope other people respect her and don’t actually make her something she’s not.”

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Le Roi Releases Video for "Jättiläisen Askeleet"

Le Roi has released a new video for “Jättiläisen Askeleet”. Check it HERE.


Monster High Reveals Cleo De Nile and Ghoulia Yelps 2-Pack

Monster High will be releasing an all new 2-pack of dolls, featuring Cleo De Nile and the return of Ghoulia Yelps! Ghoulia Yelps has not made a return appearance since the re-branding of Monster High …Read More


Yoshiki Reveals Details of the New Tour and New State of Mind

Yoshiki made a sudden return to Japan on June 20th (Tuesday), and held a press conference in Tokyo. During the press conference, Yoshiki personally revealed details of his upcoming tour. Despite the last-minute notice, hundreds …Read More


Liz Asaro Talks of 1,000 Years!

Liz Asaro is a singer based out of New York. Her music is a mixture of sorts taking genres of modern/alternative rock. Her newest single “1000 Years”, has been said to be a lot like …Read More