Courtney Love and pop songwriter/activist Justin Tranter performed a power ballad duet version of Selena Gomez’s dance-pop hit “Hands to Myself” at the GLAAD “Spirit Day” concert on Wednesday.
Throughout the surprise performance, the duo joined hands and gazed into each others’ eyes, swaying back and
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Though most listeners know George Michael as the man behind a series of indelible, million-selling pop hits – many of which still play on radio today – the new Showtime documentary Freedom looks to redefine the singer as a warrior in the never-ending battle against exploitative record contracts,
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Taylor Swift delivers a paean to a handsome object of desire on new song “Gorgeous,” the third offering from her upcoming album Reputation, out November 10th.
The song is the yang to the vindictive, angry yin of “Look What You Made Me Do,” as Swift sings wistfully about a man she’s trying to
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Pearl Jam were at a major turning point in their young career when they gathered at remote Nicasio, California, recording studio the Site to begin work on their second album, Vs. It was March 1993, and the past two years had seen the Seattle quintet rise from obscurity to become one of the biggest
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In 1990, Madonna was as astronomically popular as a boundary-bulldozing, unapologetically bacchanalian performance artist could get. Drawing from Harlem drag balls, “Vogue” went Number One nearly worldwide. The tour showcasing it, Blond Ambition, mixed spectacle with social commentary so sharply that it reinvented
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Snoop Dogg looks back for a way to go forward in the title track to his forthcoming album, Make America Crip Again.
On the Ben Billions-produced “Make America Crip Again,” he nods to his early gang affiliations in its title while harkening back to the Nineties and beyond. Towards the beginning of
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