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Shaboozey, the Nigerian-American musician with a couple prominent features on Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter, is embracing this big release date moment and announcing his own new album, Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going, out May 31.  The genre-bending rapper/singer/producer/filmmaker has been trickling out new music from the LP over the past few months, including “Annabelle,”
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Two-time GRAMMY-winning artist Tori Kelly releases her highly anticipated brand-new album TORI. today. Get it at all DSPs HERE. To commemorate the release of TORI., the multi hyphenate will release a vinyl version of the album on April 26, and is available for pre-order at https://www.torikellymusic.com. Executive produced by Jon Bellion, the diverse 15-track album is Tori Kelly’s fifth studio album and first in partnership with Epic Records.
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If old school country music gives you that good buzz, now you know why. According to a therapist with the Sims Foundation — an organization that provides mental health and substance use recovery services — listening to music from your high school days “binds to brain” more than anything you hear as an adult. So, that’s
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Iconic hitmaking sisters The Veronicas return with Gothic Summer, their first international album release in 10 years. After a much needed disconnect, Lisa and Jessica Origliasso soon found themselves in the throes of an unexpected 6th album. Gothic Summer was born. “Gothic Summer is about alternative realities, its more subconsciously motivated and metaphorical than our previous records,”
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On the heels of the explosive release of their highly anticipated collaborative album WE DON’T TRUST YOU, Future and Metro Boomin share the official music video for “Young Metro” with The Weeknd. Watch the official music video HERE and get the album at all DSPs HERE.   WE DON’T TRUST YOU arrived on Friday as a celebration of the historic partnership of two culture-shifting legends
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She ain’t sorry! On Friday, Beyoncé released her album Cowboy Carter, which features a modern reimagining of Dolly Parton‘s classic “Jolene” and an interlude from Miss Parton herself. Queen Bey’s new version serves as a continuation to Lemonade‘s “Sorry,” just with a renaming for the infamous “Becky with the good hair.” Track nine hears an
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