Broken Arrow lip-dub video

Kanye West, Miley Cyrus & 'High School Musical' Get Lip-Dub Treatment in High School's Epic Video

Your high school probably doesn't (or didn't) have a state-of-the-art football center, an expansive golf course and drones upon drones, but for Broken Arrow High School, they have all this and the creativity to make the most of it. The Oklahoma school put their budget to its best use by creating a lip-dub video featuring their various drama and sports clubs singing along to your favorite tunes. Everything from Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance" to Kanye West's "All of the Lights," but it's the football team's rendition of Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" that stole the show.
The Joey and Rory Show

'Joey + Rory' Thanksgiving Special to Include Well-Wishes From Reba & More for Joey Feek

Joey Feek, beloved wife and musical partner to Rory Feek, has been in headlines for her decision to end treatment for her cervical cancer. The country musician decided to spend her time at home with her husband and young daughter. In honor of her, RFD-TV will celebrate the pair with a marathon of The Joey + Rory Show featuring special tributes by country music stars on Thanksgiving Day.
Frankie Ballard

Frankie Ballard on Upcoming Sophomore Album: 'It's Frankie Ballard, But It's Better'

Frankie Ballard jokes that some of his songs need a little bit of on-the-job training. One of the Michigan native’s trio of number one hits is “Sunshine and Whiskey,” and he has just issued “It All Started With A Beer.” “That’s just how I was raised in the good ol’ USA,” the singer cracked to Billboard. “We like to have party favors, and celebrating with something in our hands. You gotta do your research to have the proper emotions and feelings,” he says with a sense of humor.
Barack Obama puts the Medal of Freedom on Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand Leaves President Obama 'Verklempt' at Medal of Freedom Ceremony

It's no secret that the music community has been through the ringer recently. The Paris attacks were a tragedy for all, especially hitting home for musicians. In light of recent events, it was the perfect time for President Obama to recognize all the beauty and inspiration music has brought to our lives. Today (Nov. 24), among 14 other Americans, President Barack Obama recognized Barbara Streisand, James Taylor and Gloria and Emilio Estefan for the emotion and passion they bring to their songs, their fans and the world.
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Damon Albarn Says Adele Feud is 'Not Even True'

In September, Damon Albarn described Adele's music as "very middle of the road," sparking media attention over a new beef. Now, in a new interview, the Blur and Gorillaz frontman said the whole ordeal was overblown.
Pacha, New York City

Pacha New York Closing Its Doors in January

Legendary New York venue Pacha New York is officially closing its doors after an incredible decade run. The dance club announced the saddening news on their site earlier today.
Jimmy Page

Jimmy Page Plotting Solo Album for 2016

Now that Led Zeppelin's studio albums have been remastered and reissued in deluxe and uber-deluxe editions, Jimmy Page is moving on to something he hasn't done in nearly 30 years: Making a solo album.
Missy Elliott photographed on Nov. 6, 2015 at Root Drive-In Studio in New York City.

Missy Elliott's 'WTF' Hits Top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs

A decade after Missy Elliott last reached the top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs as a lead act on a track, the rapper returns as “WTF (Where They From),” featuring Pharrell Williams, soars 33-8 (on the chart dated Dec. 5). The single also vaults 91-22 on the Billboard Hot 100.