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By Carl Lamarre Last night (June 26), St. Louis rapper, Huey, was reportedly shot and killed in the front yard of a home. He was 32. Best known for his famous 2006 single “Pop, Lock and Drop It,” Huey, born Lawrence Franks Jr., was killed in the Kinloch section of St. Louis Thursday night in […]

By Carl Lamarre As cries of racial injustice continue to reverberate throughout America, Usher is hoping to provoke change in a myriad of ways. After protesting alongside Trey Songz earlier this month and penning an op-ed for The Washington Post highlighting the importance of Juneteenth, on Friday (June 26), Usher skated back to his domain […]

by Jason Lipshutz As superstars and rising artists alike release songs about racial injustice, the music industry adapts to a more socially conscious moment. The week that George Floyd was killed by police on May 25 in Minneapolis, R&B singer-songwriter H.E.R. was experiencing a very acute type of sadness. “I think we all were,” the […]

Gary Trust The song is the seventh leader for Bieber and second for Quavo. Justin Bieber‘s “Intentions,” featuring Quavo, rises to No. 1 on Billboard‘s Pop Songs radio airplay chart, dated June 27. The track, released on Quality Control/SchoolBoy/Motown/Raymond Braun/Capitol/Def Jam, becomes Bieber’s seventh Pop Songs leader. Here’s a recap: “What Do You Mean?,” two […]

6ix9ine achieves his first leader & Minaj adds her second. 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj‘s “Trollz” blasts in at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. The song marks the first Hot 100 leader for 6ix9ine and the second for Minaj, who notches her first in a lead role. Plus, Lil Baby’s “The Bigger […]

The first single from the Nigerian artist’s next album Twice as Tall By Noah Yoo June 25, 2020 Afrobeat star Burna Boy has returned with another new song. According to a press release, “Wonderful” is the first single from Burna Boy’s forthcoming album Twice as Tall, set to arrive this summer. Listen to “Wonderful” below. […]

Also stream new releases from Jessie Ware and Quin Kirchner By Allison Hussey June 26, 2020 With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes […]

Oh, man, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, Cardiff, 1966. I don’t know what the hell they were on, but they were damn sure on something. Among the most memorable performances of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” you’ll find — just not necessarily in a good way. Honorable mention: C.C. DeVille of Poison out of […]

After 46 years, Neil Young unearths a lost but highly consequential album, a collection of humble, stripped-back love songs he began writing at what was arguably the artistic zenith of his career. For a certain kind of music lover, there’s nothing more alluring than a “lost” album. Unlike a record that was merely “scrapped” or […]

Other than the above , everything made Freddie unique . His ability to perform in front of 75,000 people , and make each and everyone of them feel as though they were a part of it all , speaks volumes about Freddie as the front-man of Queen . As flamboyant as he later became as […]

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