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  • See De La Soul Document New LP's Creation in 'We're Still Here (Now)'
    To celebrate the release of De La Soul's long-awaited, crowd-funded LP And the Anonymous Nobody on Friday , the hip-hop legends premiered their 33-minute short film We're Still Here (now).....
  • David Crosby Plots Fall Tour Behind 'Lighthouse' LP
    David Crosby has announced a U.S. tour behind his upcoming fifth solo LP, Lighthouse. The 18-date trek launches November 18th in Atlanta and concludes December 16th in Ithaca, New York.Crosby's new touring band will feature Snarky Puppy bandleader/Lighthouse producer Michael League, along with This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: David Crosby Plots Fall Tour Behind 'Lighthouse' LP
  • Usher Announces New LP 'Hard II Love,' Drops Two Tracks
    After dropping a string of singles throughout the year, Usher announced on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live that his new album Hard II Love, the follow-up to 2012's Looking 4 Myself, would arrive September 16th."Four years This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Usher Announces New LP 'Hard II Love,' Drops Two Tracks
  • Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best Music Video of 2000s?
    The MTV Video Music Awards will be held on Sunday night at New York's Madison Square Garden. The big confirmed news of the night is that Britney Spears will perform on the VMA stage for the first time in nine years and Rihanna will receive the Video Vanguard Award (and have her own set of performances). But there will aThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best Music Video of 2000s?
  • A War on Ticket Bots, With Mixed Results
    Even if Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda eliminates every electronic "bot" that scoops up thousands of tickets and helps shady brokers resell them at insane prices, he's unlikely to make a dent in the scalping market...
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