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Kelly paid her cash settlements to remain silent, but she's speaking up to help other women living with him.
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In a new interview, Weezy says his long-awaited album is done.
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He also dishes on the infamous elevator incident and his controversial Jewish lyric from "The Story of O.J."
He might have just set a near-impossible goal.
Taylor's up to something.
Speculation on a new Kanye album kicked into high-gear last week.
"Winners and Losers (Check the Scoreboard)" is available as a t-shirt, sweatshirt, tank, or mug.
Swift makes good on her promise.
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A recent streaming rule-change quietly helped Nickelback cross the 10 million-mark, and there could be many more to come.
I asked Chuck Berry’s biographer what matters more in the long run: your achievements or your lows?
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