Watch TLC Dance, Croon in Playful ‘Haters’ Video
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TLC confidently brush off their naysayers in their laid-back “Haters” video, dancing and mugging for the camera alongside an eclectic group of fans in a Brady Bunch-styled split-screen. T-Boz and Chilli co-star in the minimalist clip, trading verses and harmonizing throughout the synth-driven R&B-pop tune. The visual concludes by promoting Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. TLC released the track last month as the first single from their upcoming self-titled LP, out June 30th. The girl-group’s fifth album will...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Eli Young Band Singer Talks New Album, Finding ‘Old-School’ Sound
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For the past 15 years, Eli Young Band’s albums have arrived in three-year intervals. That means that Fingerprints, the Texas act’s sixth LP and follow up to 2014’s chart-topping 10,000 Towns, is right on schedule. Except it’s not nearly so simple for this hard-touring band, who find themselves hitting the reset button and joining a new label just a few short years after they seemed poised to make the jump to crossover success. “It was important to us with this...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Jimmy Kimmel Lets High School Valedictorian Finish His Graduation Speech
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Jimmy Kimmel provided a platform for a recently silenced high school valedictorian to speak his truth on Tuesday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! – and gave the young graduate a few words of advice. “Here’s a young man who could use a press secretary,” Kimmel introduced the footage. “This is from a high school graduation in Exter, Pennsylvania, where the senior class president gave a speech that did not go over well with the faculty.” In the short clip,...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Rainbow Crosswalks Could Be Coming To NYC
NYC

New York has been revving up for Pride weekend, but don’t you think demonstrating this kind of celebration for the LGBTQ+ community should be practiced year round? Almost 19,000 others think so too, and that’s why they signed a petition that’s been going around to create rainbow crosswalks to commemorate the gay community. The crosswalks would be in Chelsea and West Village near the Stonewall Inn. Stonewall Inn is a landmark location in New York. This locale was home to a pivotal...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
‘Jerry Springer: The Opera’ Coming to Off-Broadway
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An Off-Broadway production of Jerry Springer: The Opera, the cult mash-up of high art and the lowest form of television, will arrive in New York this winter, over a decade after plans to bring the stage show to Broadway fell through. Jerry Springer: The Opera, a spoof of the sleazy long-running daytime talk show, will be performed as part of the New Group’s 2017-18 season, 14 years after the British musical won the Olivier Award for Best New Musical in 2003....

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
The Most Iconic NYC Squads In Television History
Television

A girl can only survive in the city for so long without a go-to crew by her side. If there’s anything we learned from these small-screen squads, it’s that everything in New York is better with your BFFs. Especially if they happen to be as cool as these TV icons....

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
‘Game of Thrones’: Dragons, White Walkers, Battles Dominate Season 7 Trailer
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With less than a month before the seventh – and second-to-last – season of Game of Thrones premieres, HBO has unleashed a new trailer that once again warns “Winter is here.” The two-minute trailer opens with the denizens of Westeros – including Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) – seemingly preparing for what promises to be an epic battle not just for the Iron Throne but the very survival...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
St. Vincent ‘Announces’ Fear the Future Tour
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St. Vincent will embark on her first trek in two years this fall when she sets off on her Fear the Future Tour. The artist born Annie Clark announced the tour with a funny short video where she doesn’t actually announce anything. The jaunt kicks off November 14th at Detroit’s Fillmore and concludes 14 dates later with a December 2nd performance at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre. Tickets for the Fear the Future Tour go on sale June 27th, with “Enhanced Experience”...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Kip Moore Announces New Album, Talks ‘Double Edged Sword’ of Success
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Kip Moore’s third album, Slowheart, ends with a song that looks at where he began: “Guitar Man.” It’s an almost six-minute ode to the delirious highs and gut-wrenching lows of a musician’s existence, told through the story of a guy he spotted one night at a bar, singing for his supper. Moore delivers the LP’s closing track on a stripped-down recording, done all in one take. His voice is intimate, while the lyrics trace each thrill earned from an audience...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Watch Aubrey Plaza Get High, Talk Spirituality With Weed Nuns
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Aubrey Plaza blazed up with Sisters of the Valley, otherwise known as “the Weed Nuns,” in a hilarious video hyping her new, convent-set film comedy The Little Hours. The clip, part of Cut’s “Strange Buds” series, alternates between conversations both spiritual and stoner. First, though, Sister Kate explained the mission of her mind-blowing group, which sells marijauna-based products in a self-sustained convent to “create honorable, spiritual jobs for women.” Kate said she founded the convent in 2011...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
LaVar Ball on Controversy, Kobe Bryant, Building NBA Family Dynasty
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LaVar Ball’s house is the only one in his Chino Hills subdivision with a black garage door. Out back, it’s the only one with three different basketball hoops and a shooting machine. Two of them are professional and the third, a gift, is set up over the pool so his kids can jump off and practice dunking. Of course, that’s not the only thing that makes it remarkable. Much like the wisdom handed down to multiple generations of young people...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Gregg Allman Tribute Set for Peach Music Festival
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The annual Peach Music Festival, set for August 10th through 13th at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania, has announced a tribute to two of its co-founders: Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks. Both members of the Allman Brothers Band, who launched the Peach in 2012, died this past year. The lineup for what is being billed as an “all-star” tribute to Allman and Trucks is still being finalized, but the jam will likely include Allman Brothers Band alumni: Warren Haynes is...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Gary Clark Jr. on Jimi Hendrix Comparisons at Monterey Pop: I’ll ‘Soak It Up’
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“Whether you know it or not, if you’re part of this world, you were affected by what happened in Monterey 50 years ago,” Gary Clark Jr. told Rolling Stone this past Sunday, just moments after stepping off the stage at the Monterey International Pop Festival’s 50th anniversary. “So I’m very grateful to be here.” The 33-year-old Texas blues virtuoso wasn’t around for that first psychedelic party, but from the first time he picked up a guitar at age 12, it’s...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
See Jack Antonoff Detail Beatles Inspiration of New Song From His Home Studio
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Bleachers‘ Jack Antonoff details the elaborate construction of “Goodmorning,” a Beatles-esque pop track from the band’s recently issued second LP, Gone Now, in an exclusive Rolling Stone video. The singer-songwriter conducted the interview from his studio at his Brooklyn home (shared with girlfriend and Girls creator Lena Dunham); the studio space is crammed with synthesizers, a grand piano, a computer and numerous posters and magazine cut-outs, including a photo of the female stars of Twin Peaks, famously used on a...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Rosé Deodorant Is A Thing Now
Beauty

Today may be the summer equinox, the official start of the sunny season, but tomorrow, Thursday, June 22nd, shit’s going to get so insanely summery, it’s, well, insane. You see, it truly is a rosé world these days, and we’re all just living in it. While everyone’s been losing theirs minds on rosé flavored, scented and colored shit for the past year and a half – with everything from frozen rosé to rosé gummy bears to a floating rosé festival...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
19 Surprising People Ivanka Trump Follows On Instagram
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1,083. That’s how many people Ivanka Trump follows on Instagram.  33 of those are Ivanka fan pages, because she’s always keeping it real, with the rest a clump of Trump Hotels, a host of fashion bloggers like @katiesbliss, @fashionandfrill, and @lizadams, magazines, celebrities, the list goes on and on. But oh the surprising posts that must show up on the First Daughter’s feed....

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
See the Record Company’s Greasy Bob Dylan Cover
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You can’t go wrong with a choice Bob Dylan cover. Case in point: blues-rock trio the Record Company offering a spirited rendition of Dylan’s 1965 Bringing It All Back Home classic “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” The Los Angeles-based trio performed an acoustic cover of the tune as part of their set at Hollywood’s Fonda Theatre on June 17th. Rather than adopting Dylan’s conversational twang, lead singer Chris Vos opts for a bluesier, more soulful take on the tune, taking occasional breaks...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
DMX Plots Ruff Ryders Reunion Tour With Swizz Beatz, Eve
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DMX and the Ruff Ryders crew have announced a 20th anniversary reunion tour. Labelmates Eve, Swizz Beatz, the Lox and Drag-On will join the “X Gon Give it to Ya” rapper on a 10-date run, with Fat Joe joining for the first eight cities. The trek launches September 7th in Miami and concludes September 30th in Las Vegas, Spin reports. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 23rd via Live Nation. Ruff Ryders reunited last April for a concert at Brooklyn’s...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Nelly Talks ‘Nellyville’ at 15, #SaveNelly Campaign, Pushing Past Industry Doubters
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On a hazy spring afternoon, Nelly strolls through Rolling Stone‘s offices, clean-shaven, big diamond studs poking out from the sides of his face. The 42-year-old rapper quickly hones in on a framed painting of Eminem, who was, for a while, maybe his fiercest radio rival. In 2002, Rolling Stone wrote that Em had “finally found a worthy competitor” in the St. Louis native when Nellyville dethroned The Eminem Show from its Number One streak. A feat accomplished in no small part...

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Miley Cyrus Warns Younger Sister Noah: ‘Don’t Google Yourself’
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Miley Cyrus has played many different roles throughout her career in entertainment, but this one may just be her most important yet: as older sister and mentor to up-and-coming singer Noah Cyrus. “I think it makes you jaded, it makes you guarded, and I don’t ever want her to get like that,” Miley told radio host Elvis Duran of the downside to fame during the inaugural podcast of iHeartRadio’s Label Defiers with ZICO Coconut Water. “Or your style or the...

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