Chief Keef is getting ready for the release of his long-awaited mixtape Bang 3 -- a year and a half after it was announced. The project's first single, "Ain't Missing You," indicates that it might have a pretty unexpected sound for the Chicago rapper. An AutoTune-sung interpolation of John Waite's 1984 hit "Missing You," the new song is a tribute to Keef's cousin Mario "Big Glo" Hess who was shot and killed in 2014.
In its '70s heyday, the weekly magazine sold in excess of 300,000 copies, but over the past decade sales have steadily slipped to currently stand at just over 15,000 across combined print and digital editions.
King’s X singer-bassist Dug Pinnick, who has been juggling a slate of side projects since King’s X has been on a recording hiatus, hopes to release a Jimi Hendrix tribute album on Rat Pak Records this summer.
Ciara's boyfriend, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, dropped some fairly unexpected news during a seemingly innocuous Q&A with San Diego pastor Miles McPherson. The couple, who've been dating since late April, are practicing abstinence for religious reasons.
Back in 2013, the Dead Weather teased a new album with a seven-inch single (“Open Up (That’s Enough)” and “Rough Detective”) available only through Third Man Records’ Vault subscription service. Last year, two more tracks -- “It's Just Too Bad" and "Buzzkill(er)" -- followed, but with no album announcement
Hunter Hunted are the L.A.-based indie duo comprised of Michael Garner (keyboards, ukulele, vocals) and Dan Chang (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals). They are preparing for the release of their debut album Ready For You, which arrives on July 10, and their first co-headlining tour with Young Rising Sons.
Charanjit Singh, who began his career as a Bollywood session musician before eventually recording what is generally considered to be the first acid house music, died in his sleep on July 3 according to a report from the Guardian. He was 74.
Philly hosted the original Fourth of July, so when the date comes around, the pressure’s on to do it up. The city hosted its annual Fourth of July Jam Saturday night with a performance from the Roots. That’s sounds great, but some unexpected local star power took the performance to the next level.
Nicki Minaj missed her set at London's jam-packed Wireless Festival yesterday (July 5) following apparent "travel issues." She arrived two hours after her scheduled set time (7 PM BST), and joined David Guetta onstage to perform a half-hour long medley of her hits.