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PartyNextDoor will embark on headlining tour this fall with support from collaborator Jeremih. The Summer's Over tour will launch on November 8th in Miami. The OVO artist's tour announcement arrives nearly two months after he released his sophomoreThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch PartyNextDoor's Infectious, Beach-Themed Video 'Not Nice'
Metallica stopped by SiriusXM's New York studios on Monday to answer fan questions for the network's Town Hall segment in anticipation of the November 18th release of the group's Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct LP. The band members – James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett,This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Metallica Talk Crazy Fan Meetings, Lou Reed, Lemmy-Inspired Song
The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, our first-ever podcast, is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below.The Crosby Stills Nash & Young singer shares someThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: David Crosby Has Regrets
Gwen Stefani previewed her upcoming animated Nickelodeon series Kuu Kuu Harajuku in a flashy new music video, which features a "roll call" of the characters in the fictional HJ5 band: Love, Angel, Music, Baby and G."Say hello to HJ5, a brand new band with their own style," the vocalistThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Gwen Stefani Rap in Harajuku-Inspired Nickelodeon Series
"Affecting change in the hood is why I vote," Vic Mensa says in an empowering interview for Vevo's "Why I Vote" campaign. The 22-year-old rapper breaks down his passion for social justice and political activism, which he developed growing up in a turbulent Southside Chicago. "All my earliest memories with police officers are like, 'Hey, getThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Vic Mensa Reveal Personal Experience With Police Brutality
While Beck fans await more information regarding the singer's follow-up to 2014's Morning Phase, another new track has emerged: The ultra-poppy "Up All Night," which Beck provided to the FIFA '17 video game soundtrack.Following the similarly vibrant "Dreams" and This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Beck's Ultra-Poppy New Song 'Up All Night'
At the Subliminal Projects gallery in Los Angeles, iconic visual artist Shepard Fairey is back on the DJ decks and laptop, spinning a party mix of classic punk, electronics and a new band called Nøise. He's here leading a celebration for this week's release of Little Lions, the debut EP from the group, Fairey's quartet of eclectic players that emerged from his desireThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Shepard Fairey's Noise: Inside Iconic Designer's New Art-Pop Band
Gucci Mane took a break Monday from promoting Woptober, his second LP of 2016, to revisit Everybody Looking, his first LP of the year, with the animated video for the latter'sThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Gucci Mane Parent Rappers in Animated 'All My Children' Video
Jackson Browne delivered a poignant cover version of Bruce Springsteen's 2000 track "American Skin (41 Shots)" during the New York City installment of This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Jackson Browne's Moving Bruce Springsteen Cover
Hours after Metallica debuted "Moth Into Flame" on The Howard Stern Show, the heavy metal legends released its accompanying music video on the band's website. The harrowing clip shows the band thrashing in a roomThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Metallica Thrash in New 'Moth Into Flame' Video
Christine McVie has a confession to make. The 73-year-old singer, songwriter and keyboardist is on the phone with Rolling Stone to discuss the new deluxe reissue of Fleetwood Mac's 1982 effort, Mirage; but, she admits, she hasn'tThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Christine McVie on Fleetwood Mac's 'Peculiar' 'Mirage' Sessions, New LP
Lin-Manuel Miranda achieved his second-greatest life moment on Saturday, joining hero "Weird Al" Yankovic onstage at New York's Radio City Music Hall to sing the hook from Yankovic's Kinks parody "Yoda." A fan-shot clip shows the Hamilton creator-star rushing onstage during the chorusThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Join 'Weird Al' for Live 'Yoda'
The Head and the Heart are rehearsing in a rented house in Denver, getting ready to play one of their biggest shows ever: a sold-out gig at Red Rocks. It's a breakout moment for the Seattle group, which came out of the post–Mumford & Sons folk-pop boom a few years ago but also forged its own sound, full of bruised but determined optimism and three-part harmonies. TheseThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The Head and the Heart on Battling Addiction, Embracing Pop
An influx of new releases – including albums from Usher, Mac Miller and Staind's Aaron Lewis – debuted in the Top 10 this week, but none of them could prevent Drake's This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: On the Charts: Drake's 'Views' Recaptures Number One
The answer is quick, blunt and impatient. "Yeah, yeah, I agree," Van Morrison says, responding to a question about a song on his new album, Keep Me Singing. There is a brief silence. "What's next?"I had asked him about the first lines on the record, which sum up Morrison's life inThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Van Morrison: The Rolling Stone Interview
When David Bowie began work on 1. Outside, it had been a decade since he'd had a mainstream hit, and he was well beyond caring. "He said to me that he didn't like the commercial things he did in the 1980s when he was pressured by his record company," says keyboardist Mike Garson.This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How David Bowie, Brian Eno Created Sci-Fi Experiment '1. Outside'
Drake's highly anticipated short film that loosely accompanies his last album Views has arrived. The rapper released the film, titled Please Forgive Me, via Apple Music early Monday morning. AnthonyThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Drake Flips 'Indecent Proposal' in Short Film 'Please Forgive Me'
Days after Bono labeled Donald Trump as "potentially the worst idea that ever happened to America," This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch U2 Blast Donald Trump During 'Desire' at iHeartRadio Festival
The Chris Martin-curated Global Citizen Festival annually promises intra-lineup mingling to create unexpected collaborations, with the Coldplay singer providing this year's big surprise as This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Eddie Vedder, Chris Martin's Joint Global Citizen Set
Released on September 24, 1991, A Tribe Called Quest's The Low End Theory is the quintessential moment where hip-hop let its jazz muse fly. Others – most notably Gang Starr – had explored fusions between jazz and hip-hop, but Q-Tip, Phife Dawg and Ali Shaheed Muhammad evoked a cool bebop ethos that none had achieved before. They metaphorically drew comparisons betweenThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: A Tribe Called Quest's 'The Low End Theory': 10 Things You Didn't Know