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Billie Eilish Says She “Hated Every Second” Of Making Her Debut Album

Billie Eilish is on the cover of Rolling Stone and in the cover story, she mostly talks about her upcoming album, Happier Than Ever, but she also reflects on the process behind her debut album, 2019’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The album was both a commercial smash and critically beloved, but according to Eilish, it was draining to make.
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Taylor Swift Could Easily Score Two Album Of The Year Nominations At The Grammys This Year

The nominees for the upcoming 2022 Grammys won’t be announced until perhaps November or December, but the end of the eligibility period is coming up fast. In order to be considered for trophies, songs and albums must be released between September 1, 2020 and September 30, 2021, so there are only a few months left before it’s all over for the next ceremony. That means most of the music that will be nominated has already been released, and a new rule change may benefit one of the most successful and awarded singer-songwriters in recent years.
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H.E.R. – “My Own”

H.E.R. is everywhere these days. The prestige R&B singer has been ubiquitous at awards shows, with big wins at both the Grammys and Oscars this year. She’s also been a guest on releases by artists ranging from Jhene Aiko and Jazmine Sullivan to DJ Khaled and Ed Sheeran, and collabs with the likes of YG and Chris Brown have kept her in regular radio rotation. So it’s surprising that she’s just now releasing her official debut album.
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Michael Jackson Scores His First Video in YouTube's Billion Views Club

Michael Jackson’s "Billie Jean" crossed 1 billion views on YouTube this month, marking the late King of Pop's first entry into the Billion Views Club. "Billie Jean" is the third music video from the 1980s to reach this milestone, following Guns N’ Roses’ "Sweet Child O’ Mine" and a-ha’s "Take on Me." The music video for his 1983 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit -- which won two Grammys and was nominated for song of the year in 1984 -- has averaged more than 600,000 daily global views across 2021 so far.
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New Documentary Takes a Deep Dive into Caetano Veloso’s Imprisonment by Brazil’s Military Dictatorship

Caetano Veloso is one of the fundamental artists of the past and current centuries in Brazil, with a career that spans nearly 60 years. He is an exceptional writer who’s made a career in music. He is an intellectual who’s become part of the Brazilian collective unconscious with songs, quotes and looks. His songs have been featured in the soundtracks of films like Pedro Almodovar’s Hable con Ella (2002) and Julie Taymar’s Frida (2002). And he’s won nine Latin Grammy Awards and two Grammy Awards. However, If I had to mention just one of Veloso’s accomplishments it would be for his role, along with Gilberto Gil and others, of founding the countercultural movement tropicália. Also known as tropicalismo (tropicalism, in English), it was avant-garde in fusing the global and the regional, the high and the low art, creating a musical aesthetic that cracked the skulls of many at the time. It’s endurance as an object of interest and appreciation from audiophiles and researchers in Brazil and other parts of the world is proof of its continued relevance.
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Tyler, the Creator Announces New Album ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’

Tyler, the Creator is back in album mode. On June 25, he will release his highly-anticipated new album, Call Me If You Get Lost. Taking to social media, Tyler revealed the title and cover art, which features a travel ID card with his photo, date of birth, and his alias “Tyler Baudelaire,” a reference to French poet Charles Baudelaire. Another illustrated photo shows Tyler holding suitcases while in a seaside location.
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Logic Ends Retirement, Hints At New Music

Logic announced Wednesday he is coming out of retirement. “I’m back,” the 31-year-old rapper said on social media, hinting that new music is coming on Friday. Last July, Logic told fans he was retiring from music to focus on fatherhood and said his sixth studio album No Pressure would be his last.
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Onstage Fashion Moments From BET Awards 2021 Performers

Want to know who's performing at the BET Awards 2021? Look no further. After weeks of anticipation, the list is in. And naturally we cannot contain our excitement. Besides seeing the fashion on the red carpet (in person this year!), we are beside oursevles wondering how our favorite entertainers are going to turn up the heat on stage on cultures biggest night.
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Here's How Much Adele Is Really Worth

If you're going through a break up or are desperately in the mood to have a good cry, chances are that you have Adele on your playlist. Adele rose to prominence in 2008 with her album "19" and grew even more popular with her subsequent albums, "21" and "25." The albums featured chart-topping songs like "Rolling in the Deep," "Someone Like You," and "Hello." Since her meteoric rise, she's won 15 Grammys so far (via Biography), and even an Oscar for her song in the hit film "Skyfall" at only 24 years old (via BBC).
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What Happened June 17th In Pop Music History

- In 2008, Katy Perry released her breakthrough album One of the Boys. It fared better than her 2001 gospel album (released under her real name Katy Hudson) thanks to hit singles “I Kissed a Girl” and “Hot n Cold.”. - In 2016, Prince Be (aka Attrell Cordes, Jr.) of...
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The Boss Is Back: Diana Ross Is Releasing Her First New Album In 15 Years

Reminder: The music industry is still Diana Ross’ house, and she still lives here. The past 15 years have just been an extended vacation, OK?. The legendary singer has announced the arrival of her 25th studio album, “Thank You” ― her first record since 2006′s “I Love You” and her first album of original material in 22 years.
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Diana Ross to release first studio album in 15 years

Diana Ross has announced her first album of new music in 15 years. The soul star, 77, will release Thank You, a collection of 13 songs recorded in her home studio, in autumn. The former Supremes member, whose hits include I’m Coming Out, Love Hangover and Upside Down, last released a studio album in October 2006.
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What We Know About Diana Ross's First Album In 15 Years

With a career spanning more than six decades, it goes without saying that Diana Ross is one of music's most celebrated divas. The "I'm Coming Out" hitmaker first rose to fame as the lead singer of The Supremes in the 1960s and has since embarked on a solo career that has taken her to new heights.