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Scooter Braun is officially retiring from music management. Braun unofficially began stepping back from managing his biggest clients like Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande over the last couple of years, but now, he’s done for good. The controversial manager, who was responsible for discovering Bieber in the late ’00s, announced the news with a lengthy statement
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For this week’s Loud List, we compiled clips of metal bands covering pop songs. You don’t typically think you’ll hear pop songs when you’re going to a metal show, but music is music, and a lot of artists don’t discriminate by genre. Plus, you’d be lying if you said there isn’t a single pop song in
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Several surprises are in store for listeners who persist with Pangaea’s “Come Together” through the end. Anyone expecting a by-the-numbers cover of The Beatles’ Abbey Road classic will be disappointed. I’d be disappointed if they tried. You can’t replicate that lightning-in-a-bottle greatness. Instead, Pangaea do what they’ve done for other covers. They recast the slinky slide of
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Cop Your XXL Merch Now Martin Shkreli is being sued by the company that owns the one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin for copying and playing the album without prior permission. “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli Faces New Lawsuit On Monday (June 10), digital art collective PleasrDAO filed a lawsuit against “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli in
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We’ve all heard of the Adopt-a-Highway or Sponsor-a-Highway programs started in the 1980s. Individuals, organizations, and companies or businesses volunteer to keep a mile-long stretch of a highway clean and litter-free in exchange for their name on a sign. I always glance at those signs since it’s hard to miss them. It kind of sucks when
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It’s not just musicians that shaped rock and roll history — so did their guitars. These iconic axes are almost as important as an extra band member and lent their unique sound and look to some of rock’s most talented icons. Randy Rhoads’ Polka Dot V We’re not saying the Polka Dot V is the
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K-pop fans are loving the new boy group PLAVE, and their success comes with a surprising twist… PLAVE is entirely virtual. That’s right, K-pop’s hottest new group is an animated boy band consisting of five members: Yejun, Noah, Bamby, Eunho and Hamin. They made their official debut on March 12, 2023, with their single album Asterum, which now
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There’s a number of reasons why an artist might choose to work under a pseudonym. For one thing, it’s a relatively simple way to avoid contractual or legal conflicts, as well as drama between competing record labels. Elton John, for example, used the pseudonym Rockaday Johnnie for his contributions to one of Jackson Browne‘s songs,
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Some of history’s most popular and successful anthems have been sung by all-female groups. Whether it’s “Independent Women” by Destiny’s Child, “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls, or “Stop! In The Name of Love” by the Supremes, these songs made a huge impact on their fans. Many of these girl groups paved the way for other
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A battle between two of the biggest names in music has gone the way of the country music star. After Morgan Wallen‘s collaboration with Post Malone “I Had Some Help” took over the No. 1 spot of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, which includes all genres of music, this past week, it marked the 19th week that
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Since rock and roll first came onto the music scene, it has provided a platform for artists to express themselves in a way that once wasn’t possible. Over the years, common themes have ranged from love, life, heartbreak, partying, and of course, rock and roll itself. Rock and roll is a genre that’s so beloved
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Starting out his life as a sickly child with a passion for music, Neil Young has grown to become one of the most influential songwriters and musicians of all time. Coming into prominence during one of the most pivotal moments of music history, he has proven himself to be a master of genres with a
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Queen are reportedly in talks to sell their catalog to Sony Music for $1 billion, according to Bloomberg. The report states that Sony are “working with another investor” on the deal that “could potentially total $1 billion,” though it doesn’t guarantee that an agreement will be made. If the deal is a success, it could include merchandising, in addition
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