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Why It’s Finally Time to Get Rid of Music Charts

I discovered record charts in junior high school. Trying, yet again, to be cool, I started listening to Z-100, the local New York City Top 40 station. I was shocked to learn that all of pop music could be reduced to 40 songs. It seemed way too small. At the time, it felt like Madonna

Album Review: Miley Cyrus Finally Seems Comfortable on the She Is Coming EP

The Lowdown: At 26, Miley Cyrus has been famous for about half her life, and for much of that time she’s been publicly wrestling with her identity. Hannah Montana was a sweet first gig, but the Disney code of conduct gave Cyrus a toothache. She’s been courting sexy controversies across her young career ever since,

Beyoncé finally makes her debut in new Lion King trailer: Watch

Disney is sharing a new trailer for the remake of The Lion King, but it’s not just any normal preview. Unlike previous ones, today’s clip is the first to finally feature the voice acting of Beyoncé as Nala. In the dramatic, 30-second visual, Beyoncé’s Nala character is heard encouraging Simba to rise up and be

Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote finally gets a release date, and it’s for one night only

Terry Gilliam can finally sleep at night. After being pushed and pulled out of development hell for decades, the veteran filmmaker’s stroke-inducing passion project The Man Who Killed Don Quixote will finally hit theaters on April 10th for a one-night special event. Tickets can be purchased via Fathom Events. If you recall, the Chinese Democracy

Offset finally releases debut solo album, Father of 4: Stream

Offset today joins his Migos companions by finally dropping his own solo record. Entitled Father of 4, the 16-track LP can be streamed below via Apple Music and Spotify. On Father of 4, Offset is joined by several big-name collaborators, including his wife, Cardi B, as well as Travis Scott and 21 Savage (who both appear

25 Years Ago: Paul Westerberg Finally Makes a Solo Album

The Replacements appeared on the cover of the February 1989 issue of Musician magazine. “The Last, Best Band of the ’80s,” read the cover line. But the article was nearly an obituary. A year and a half later, the Minneapolis band called it quits. Paul Westerberg’s songs and the band’s taste for mischief had won

30 Years Ago: Robbie Robertson Finally Steps Out as a Solo Artist

Robbie Robertson took his time releasing his first solo album, waiting almost a decade after the Band’s Last Waltz came out. Eventually the sessions grew to include multiple famous colleagues – some old friends, some new – but Robbie Robertson never failed to live up to its name: This was the most personal thing he’d ever