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After a string of false starts and scrapped singles, Estelle's 'All of Me' is ready to go global.
Sleigh Bells return with catchy rhythms ready-made for the teenage masses
The Nashville charmer's sixth studio album has already spawned the rowdy No. 1 ''Am I the Only One'' and the Gabrielle Giffords-inspired anthem ''Home.''

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Dolly Parton reunites Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for cover of the Beatles' 'Let It Be'
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr join Dolly Parton on a new recording of the Beatles' 'Let It Be' — hear the full track.
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Watch Jimmy Fallon crash a Jonas Brothers concert to cover the Killers
Destiny was calling Jimmy Fallon to crash a Jonas Brothers concert. Watch the late night host perform a cover of The Killers' 'Mr. Brightside' at the band's show in New York. Our site link has the video!
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Taylor Swift reveals next re-recorded album
Here's some news that never goes out of style: Taylor Swift just announced the official release date and details for her next re-recorded album, '1989 (Taylor's Version).' She made the announcement at the final stop on the U.S. leg of her Eras Tour in Los Angeles, revealing that the album will be released Oct. 27, nine years to the day after the release of the original. The album, which will feature 21 songs including five never-before-released "vault tracks," is available to pre-order now.
Kelsea Ballerini Says 'Blindsided' Voice Memo Was Real
The question was: “Where did the recorded dialogue in ‘Blindsided’ originally come from?”
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See Carly Rae Jepsen, Karol G, and more perform at Lollapalooza 2023
See Carly Rae Jepsen, Karol G, Rema, Sofi Tukker, and more perform in our exclusive photos from Lollapalooza 2023. Tap our site link.
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Dolly Parton covers Queen's 'We Are the Champions' and 'We Will Rock You'
Going for the gold! Dolly Parton covered Queen to promote the 2024 Summer Olympics and her upcoming rock album, 'Rockstar.' Tap our site link to listen!
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Luke Combs invites young cancer survivor to sing 'Fast Car' on stage
Luke Combs made a wish come true for 8-year-old fan Cooper Massengill, inviting the cancer survivor on stage to sing Tracy Chapman's 'Fast Car' alongside him. Click our site link to see the sweet video.
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A tribute to Lady Gaga's love for Tony Bennett, her biggest Little Monster
From 'Cheek to Cheek' and 'Love for Sale' to him attending the 'Joanne' world tour, EW pays tribute to Lady Gaga's love for Tony Bennett, her biggest Little Monster.
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Ryan Gosling brings '90s alt-rock Kenergy to 'Barbie' soundtrack with Matchbox Twenty cover
Matchbox Kenty: Ryan Gosling brings '90s alt-rock Kenergy to the 'Barbie' soundtrack with a cover of Matchbox Twenty's 'Push.' Enter the Kendom and listen here.
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Here's how Taylor Swift changed that controversial 'actress' lyric on 'Speak Now' re-recording
The song "Better Than Revenge" — rumored at the time to be about Swift's ex Joe Jonas and Camilla Belle — is a high-tempo rock track in which Swift blames another girl for taking her man, featuring the lyric "she's an actress, whoa / but she's better known for the things that she does on the mattress, whoa." The new version of the song changes that latter lyric to "He was a moth to the flame / she was holding the matches." The rest of the song remains unchanged.
Taylor Swift says 'Speak Now' is a “collection of confessions—things I wish I had said when I was in the moment.” The title track, indeed, is about “the moment in a wedding where you speak now or forever hold your peace.” Tap our site link to read her full 2010 interview with Entertainment Weekly. Taylor Swift, Swift
Taylor Swift says 'Speak Now' album covers every emotion she felt over two years
Taylor Swift says 'Speak Now' is a “collection of confessions—things I wish I had said when I was in the moment.” The title track, indeed, is about “the moment in a wedding where you speak now or forever hold your peace.” Tap our site link to read her full 2010 interview with Entertainment Weekly.
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The best lyrics from Taylor Swift's 'Speak Now' album
Taylor Swift albums are always packed with juicy lyrics worth (over)analyzing. Tap our site link.
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Chuck D goes deep on the 35th anniversary of Public Enemy's masterpiece
On the 35th anniversary of the greatest hip-hop album ever, rap legend Chuck D takes us inside the making of Public Enemy's 'It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.' Tap our site link to read more!
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Paul McCartney used 'scary' AI to make new song with John Lennon's voice
Paul McCartney says 'scary' AI technology was used on an upcoming song featuring John Lennon's voice, which he calls "the last Beatles record." #Music #MusicNews #TheBeatles
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Taylor Swift broke all her rules with 'Folklore' — and gave herself a much-needed escape
Taylor Swift gave us all a brief pandemic reprieve when she surprise-released 'Folklore,' marking a new creative direction for the pop star — and providing her with a much-needed escape. Our site link has more.