Foo Fighters Cover Radiohead's 'Creep' With Dave Chappelle at MSG
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Foo Fighters Cover Radiohead's 'Creep' With Dave Chappelle at MSG

Dave Grohl and his bandmate have enlisted a special guest to help them with a live rendition of the classic single during their concert at Madison Square Garden.

Dame Dash Hits Back at Roc-A-Fella's Lawsuit, Insists He's Not Selling Jay-Z's 'Reasonable Doubt'
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Dame Dash Hits Back at Roc-A-Fella's Lawsuit, Insists He's Not Selling Jay-Z's 'Reasonable Doubt'

The 50-year-old record executive claims that the 'Empire State of Mind' rapper tried to buy his one-third share of Roc-A-Fella at a 'price [he] deemed unacceptable.'

Artist of the Week: TXT
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Artist of the Week: TXT

Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and HueningKai soar high, debuting at the top 5 on Billboard Hot 200 as they start their new journey with 'The Chaos Chapter: Freeze'.

Dave Grohl Gets Candid About Nirvana's Humble Goals for 'Nevermind'
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Dave Grohl Gets Candid About Nirvana's Humble Goals for 'Nevermind'

In a new interview, the Foo Fighters frontman admits he doesn't have anything particularly special planned to mark the 30th anniversary of his first album with the Kurt Cobain-fronted band.

Megadeth Seeks to Replace David Ellefson With New Bassist on Upcoming Album
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Megadeth Seeks to Replace David Ellefson With New Bassist on Upcoming Album

Ellefson has gotten the boot from the rock band after sexually explicit photos and video footage of him leaked online, along with allegations that he had been grooming an underage fan.

Polo G Nabs First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Hall of Fame'
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Polo G Nabs First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Hall of Fame'

This week's Billboard 200 album chart also sees rap trio Migos, K-Pop girl group TWICE and band Maroon 5 hitting the Top 10 with their respective new albums.

Jack Antonoff Enlists Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, Lana Del Ray and Lorde for Album Feedback
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Jack Antonoff Enlists Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, Lana Del Ray and Lorde for Album Feedback

Speaking about Bleachers' new album, the 'I Wanna Get Better' singer admits that he has some of the industry's top artists on call to seek out creative advice and help him develop his sound.

Tomorrowland Festival Bosses Devastated by Government's Decision to Ban 2021 Event
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Tomorrowland Festival Bosses Devastated by Government's Decision to Ban 2021 Event

The organizers of Belgium's annual music festival are upset as government forced them to call off this year's event for fears of the new Delta variant of Covid-19.

Peter Gabriel Needs Government Insurance for His 2021 Womad Festival
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Peter Gabriel Needs Government Insurance for His 2021 Womad Festival

The 'Sledgehammer' singer says he will have to call off his annual music festival this year if the organizers don't receive insurance from U.K. government.

Interpol Return to Studio for New Music Following Covid-19 Lockdown
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Interpol Return to Studio for New Music Following Covid-19 Lockdown

Paul Banks and his bandmates have been hard at work on their new music, working remotely during coronavirus lockdown and now reuniting in studio after the restrictions ease.

Jack Savoretti Credits Drunk DMs for John Oates Duet
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Jack Savoretti Credits Drunk DMs for John Oates Duet

The 'Written in Scars' singer reveals how his collaboration with the Hall and Oates legend came about, claiming drunk text messages led to the duet project.

Ed Sheeran Offers Snippet of His New Single 'Bad Habits'
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Ed Sheeran Offers Snippet of His New Single 'Bad Habits'

The 'Shape of You' hitmaker hypes up the upcoming release of his comeback song by giving snippet of the audio and teaser of the accompanying music video.

Nile Rodgers Re-Elected as Songwriters Hall of Fame Chairman
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Nile Rodgers Re-Elected as Songwriters Hall of Fame Chairman

The 'I Want Your Love' singer has been appointed to serve a second three-year term as the chairman of the Songwriters Hall of Fame following voting by the board of directors.

Olivia Rodrigo's 'Good 4 U' Becomes Longest-Reigning No. 1 Rock-Influenced Single in 18 Years
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Olivia Rodrigo's 'Good 4 U' Becomes Longest-Reigning No. 1 Rock-Influenced Single in 18 Years

Chalking up her fourth consecutive week atop the U.K. singles chart with the hit song, the 'Drivers License' singer keeps The Weeknd's 'Save Your Tears' at number two.

Migos Set Record Straight on Rumors They Joined Kanye West's Label
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Migos Set Record Straight on Rumors They Joined Kanye West's Label

Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff have clarified the long-running rumors about joining GOOD Music, the record label which is headed by the 'Jesus Is King' rapper.

Natalie Imbruglia to Release Comeback Album 'Firebird' in September
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Natalie Imbruglia to Release Comeback Album 'Firebird' in September

The 'Left of the Middle' singer is 'beyond excited' as she announces the launch date for her first studio album in six years following the release of 2015's 'Male.'

Taylor Swift to Re-Release 'Red' Album With 30 Tracks After 'Fearless' Re-Issue
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Taylor Swift to Re-Release 'Red' Album With 30 Tracks After 'Fearless' Re-Issue

The 'Love Story' singer is set to re-record her fourth studio album and fill it with a total of 30 tracks, a year after she dropped a new version of her second LP.

Pop Smoke's Second Posthumous Album Is Almost Completed
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Pop Smoke's Second Posthumous Album Is Almost Completed

According the 'Meet the Woo 2' star's manager, a second studio album featuring the late rapper's music is nearly finished, a year after his first posthumous LP came out.

Metallica and Guns N' Roses Join Over 350 Headliners for Extended 2022 Hellfest
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Metallica and Guns N' Roses Join Over 350 Headliners for Extended 2022 Hellfest

The music event taking place in Clisson, France will make its return as an in-person spectacle in June 2022, and festival founder Ben Barbaud promises 'a new and unique format spread over 10 days.'

Bombing at Ariana Grande Manchester Concert Blamed on Security by Investigators
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Bombing at Ariana Grande Manchester Concert Blamed on Security by Investigators

Four years after the terror attack claimed the lives of 22 fans, experts claim in a 200-page report that 'more should have been done' by police and security officials to prevent it.