10 New Albums to Stream Now: Camila Cabello, Anderson East and More Rolling Stone Editors’ Picks
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Camila Cabello, CamilaThe solo debut from the “Havana” thrush and former Fifth Harmony member is “a personal statement, low-key and mellow even when it’s infused with the rhythms of her Cuban-Mexican heritage,” writes Rob Sheffield. “Even at her most tormented, she sounds totally confident and totally herself.”Read Our Feature: Camila Cabello on Debut Album: “This Sounds Like Me and Only Me”Read Our Review: Camila Cabello Eschews Bangers on Personal, Low-Key Solo AlbumHear: Amazon...

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Review: Camila Cabello Eschews Bangers on Personal, Low-Key Solo Album
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Only 20, Camila Cabello is already a seasoned veteran of the pop-star wars. Born in Havana, raised in Miami, she blew up with the girl group Fifth Harmony, who formed on The X Factor before scoring superb hits like “Reflection” and “Work From Home.” Although Cabello was the most high-profile member of Fifth Harmony, this group wasn’t built to last, and Cabello broke away in one of the messiest, most shade-intensive pop splits of recent years. This was not exactly...

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How David Letterman Just Reinvented the TV Talk Show – Again
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Never mind the big, bushy beard – whenever David Letterman walks onto a stage and starts talking to an audience, he’s still David Letterman. In the opening minutes of his new monthly Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, the veteran talk show host warms up the crowd in a cavernous theater at City College of New York; though he doesn’t do a monologue per se, he does “do Dave.” The man’s still a little grumpy, a little goofy....

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See Jason Isbell, Amanda Shires Cover John Prine on ‘Austin City Limits’
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The sight of Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires sharing the mic together became a familiar one throughout 2017, as the husband-and-wife Americana power couple solidified their musical bond while touring behind Isbell and the 400 Unit’s chart-topping The Nashville Sound. This weekend’s episode of Austin City Limits catches them in peak form for a double-billed performance that includes an online exclusive of a John Prine cover. Taped last summer on the day of the solar eclipse, Shires takes the lead...

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Bungie Announces Changes to ‘Destiny 2’ Loot Box System
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Bungie is changing the way cosmetic items are given to players in its “Eververse” loot box system in Destiny 2, the company announced yesterday in a lengthy development update.  “We recognize that the scales are tipped too far towards Tess at the moment, and Eververse was never intended to be a substitute for end game content and rewards,” game director Christopher Barrett said in the update.  To remedy these issues, Barrett says Bungie will be implementing these...

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Hear Hunter Hayes’ Sparkling New Song ‘This Girl’
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Hunter Hayes has unveiled the third installment of his music series with the boundlessly energetic track “This Girl.” Co-written by Hayes with Jordan Schmidt, Andy Albert and Jessie Jo Dillon, the tune bounces along on a memorable guitar line and dreamy-eyed lyrics. Hear it above. The follow-up to 2017’s “You Should Be Loved” and “More,” the former featuring doo-wop group the Shadowboxers, “This Girl” comes on the heels of two installments of Hayes’ three-part...

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Country Music Hall of Fame Announces Massive Outlaw Country Exhibit
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The Seventies were a wild and wooly time in the world of country music. Long hair, beards and blue jeans were anything but the norm in Music City, but a group of renegades in Texas changed all that, and in the process transformed the outlaw country movement into a mainstream force. This May, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville will chronicle the movement with the new exhibit Outlaws & Armadillos: Country and the Roaring ’70s. Outlaws...

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Hear Marshmello’s Vibrant Lil Peep Collaboration ‘Spotlight’
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Marshmello released a new single, “Spotlight,” featuring Lil Peep, a song the pair started working on but didn’t complete prior to the rapper’s death. “Peep brought an excitement to music that was unparalleled to anybody I’ve ever met,” Marshmello said in a statement. “We started an idea together, that unfortunately we were never able to officially finish together. When I listen to this track now I get chills wishing he could hear it. This record is dedicated to Peep’s mother,...

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Hear Carrie Underwood, Ludacris’ New Super Bowl Anthem ‘The Champion’
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The most recent radio single to feature Carrie Underwood’s voice was “The Fighter,” a 2017 collaboration with Keith Urban that grafted a message of loving encouragement and support onto sleek electronic production. Underwood adopts a more victorious stance in “The Champion,” a new song recorded for Super Bowl LII and featuring a guest verse from rapper Ludacris. Written by Underwood and Ludacris with Brett James and Chris DeStefano, “The Champion” doesn’t hold back on the kind of inspirational...

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Watch Dua Lipa Dance Battle Herself in Kinetic ‘IDGAF’ Video
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Dua Lipa dance-battles herself in the vibrant new “IDGAF” video. The clip embodies her dueling voices – the vulnerable romantic and the empowered independent spirit – that follow a breakup. Henry Scholfield, who helmed the video with Mosaert (Paul Van Haver and Luc Junior Tam), said the creative team aimed to capture this “internal struggle, showing the two sides of Dua’s emotive state, like an argument with someone you love. The strong Dua at first berating then eventually persuading her...

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Hear Lana Del Rey on BORNS’ New Electro-Soul Song ‘Blue Madonna’
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Lana Del Rey layers her silky croon into the electro-soul of BØRNS’ “Blue Madonna,” the title-track from his second LP. Del Rey appears toward the end, singing of a new lover, “Blue madonna in my bed now, blue madonna in my head now” over throbbing synth-bass, ticking programmed drums and a guitar solo.  Del Rey also appears on Blue Madonna single “God Save Our Young Blood.” The singer – who released her fifth LP, Lust for Life, last year –...

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Meshell Ndegeocello Previews New Covers LP With Prince Song
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Singer-songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello unveiled a gorgeous cover of Prince‘s “Sometimes It Snows in April,” the first offering from her upcoming covers LP, Tender Love. Ndegeocello puts a unique yet faithful spin on Prince’s Parade ballad, opening her version with a rumbling tangle of bass and guitar that delicately unravels into the melody. Ndegeocello delivers a enthralling vocal performance, with her rich voice jumping between registers as each resonant syllable rounded off with a hush. “I had to make something...

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Watch Taylor Swift’s New Globe-Trotting ‘End Game’ Video
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Taylor Swift has released the new video for Reputation song, “End Game.” The clip follows Swift hopping around the globe in international locales where she hits the beach; This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Taylor Swift’s New Globe-Trotting ‘End Game’...

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‘Nashville’ Recap: Scarlett and Deacon’s Undercooked Veggie Tale
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Throughout its five previous seasons, Nashville could be counted on to weave compelling, dramatic stories with the continuing thread of top-flight musical numbers. Those threads now appear to be wearing mighty thin as the series marches (well, limps) toward its last-ever episodes.  How boring did things get this week? During a scene at the Nashville Farmers Market when Scarlett and Deacon are having a thinly veiled conversation about sexual relationships but hiding behind phallic vegetables such as zucchini and eggplant...

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Carrie Brownstein Memoir to Be Adapted for TV Pilot
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Carrie Brownstein is heading into the eighth and final season of Portlandia, but she already has another show in the works. The Sleater-Kinney cofounder is adapting her 2015 memoir, Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl, into a pilot for Hulu, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The half-hour show, Search and Destroy, is a comedy that centers on “a young woman, a band and a community learning how to be unafraid of their own noise,” according to THR. It will be...

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Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake Team on Jay Rock’s ‘King’s Dead’
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Kendrick Lamar, who is helming Black Panther: The Album alongside TDE’s Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith, teams up with TDE labelmate Jay Rock for a new song from the soundtrack, “King’s Dead.” The new tune also features Future and James Blake. Produced by Mike Will Made-It and Teddy Walton, the beat-shifting track features Lamar and Future trading the lines, “Miss me with that bullshit (bullshit)/ You’re not a gang member, you’s a tourist (a tourist)/ I be blacking out, I be blacking...

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John Fogerty on ‘Proud Mary’ Film: It ‘Has Nothing to Do With Me or My Song’
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John Fogerty has taken issue with the forthcoming film Proud Mary, which shares the same name as his 1969 hit with Creedence Clearwater Revival. The musician said that he was not consulted about “using This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: John Fogerty on ‘Proud Mary’ Film: It ‘Has Nothing to Do With Me or My...

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