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Noname brings Smino and SABA to Fallon for “Ace” performance: Watch

Hip-hop fans are still eagerly awaiting word on a teased collaborative album from Noname, Smino, and Saba. After all, Noname and Saba’s put out some of our favorite albums of 2018 with Room 25 and Care for Me, respectively, and Smino’s NØIR wasn’t far behind. While the trio seem content to keep us agog, they did join forces for an appearance on Fallon on Monday

Chance the Rapper stops by Sesame Street to help out Elmo and Cookie Monster: Watch

Chance the Rapper and Sesame Street make total sense. He’s written an album called Coloring Book, he’s always been there for the kids, and he’s the kind of humanitarian the show loves to make an example of for young minds. On Saturday, Lil Chano from 79th left his Chicago neighborhood for the popular fictional street,

St. Vincent performs “Osamu’s Theme” in tribute to Philip Glass: Watch

Jennifer Koh and St. Vincent at the Kennedy Center Honors Composer and pianist Philip Glass was among the honorees at this month’s Kennedy Center Honors, the 41st iteration of the annual celebration of the arts. The broadcast for the event – which also recognized Cher, Reba McEntire, Wayne Shorter, and the creators of Hamilton – aired

Jordan Peele shares first trailer for Us, his follow-up to Get Out: Watch

Jordan Peele has been very tight-lipped about his new horror film, Us, which is a good thing. When it comes to horror, what most Hollywood suits can’t seem to get through their heads is that “the less we know, the better.” If you recall, Peele operated in the same way prior to 2017’s Get Out,

Ministry joined by Dave Navarro for first performance of “(Everyday Is) Halloween” in 30-plus years: Watch

Before Ministry became industrial-metal pioneers in the late ’80s, they were a fantastic synthpop band, highlighted by the 1984 classic goth anthem “(Everyday Is) Halloween”. Cut to Ministry’s Thursday night (December 20th) show at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, and frontman Al Jourgensen busted out the song for the first time in more than 30

The War on Drugs and Tim Heidecker cover Tom Petty and “kick it hard” to “Hot Piss”: Watch

Philadelphia rockers The War on Drugs treated their local fans to a holiday gift on Friday night. Halfway though their set at the Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, they brought out comedian/action star/musician Tim Heidecker to shake things up. “You people love the taste of that sweet, hot, salty ur-iiiiiine?!” Heidecker teased everyone. “We’re gonna

Judge forces sicko poacher to watch Bambi once a month for an entire year in jail

One of the best scenes in The Shawshank Redemption is when Andy Dufresne and his jail pals get to go watch a movie one evening. It’s a priviledge for them, a moment where the prisoners feel alive — like human beings again. Needless to say, that won’t be the feeling for poacher-turned-prisoner David Berry Jr. A Missouri