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michael-jackson-062216.jpg Michael Jackson's estate has spoken out against various projects they claim were not authorized by the family. Both Netflix and Lifetime have projects in the works involving the King of Pop and the family issued a statement earlier this week saying they never agreed to either.

liamgallagher-061616.jpg Liam Gallagher will play his first ever solo gig at the O2 Ritz in Manchester, with all proceeds going to the fund set up for families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bomb attack. Gallagher will give the profits of the Manchester gig to the M.E.N's British Red Cross appeal set up to help families affected by the Manchester bomb attack on Monday night, which left 22 people dead.

brysontiller-052617.jpg Bryson Tiller has offered up his newest release True To Self. He had previously stated that the album would drop in June, but he has pushed the release forward much to the surprise and delight of his fans. In an official statement about the release, he noted: "When you are being true to yourself, you are completely honest with what you feel, deeply value, and desire," he said.

beachboys-062816.jpg The Beach Boys have revealed plans for a new box set due out later this year. The release, titled 1967 - Sunshine Tomorrow, will include rarities tracked by the band during their sessions after Pet Sounds and is set for release on June 30 via Capitol.

kenny-chesney-070516.jpg Kenny Chesney has revealed his newest single "All The Pretty Girls." The track is pulled from his forthcoming new release Cosmic Hallelujah and follows Chesney's collaboration with Pink, "Setting the World on Fire," and "Bar at the End of the World." "All the sheriffs said, 'Kid, you better slow down' / All the preachers said, 'It's the devil's playground," Chesney sings."

nicki-081816.jpg Nicki Minaj will perform at the inaugural NBA Awards ceremony, taking place at New York's Basketball City at Pier 36, the NBA has announced. The show is also set to feature Drake as host. "Performing @ the 1st ever #NBAAwards, hosted by Drake ~ June 26th on TNT," she tweeted. "#SwishSwishBish."

fergie-070116.jpg Fergie has revealed that she has cut ties with her longtime label Interscope and has launched her own label under the BMG flag. News of the new deal comes via Billboard, who cite a label source with inside information on the deal. "The decision was made to part ways. We were all in concert and want what's best for Fergie," said Billboard's source within Interscope.

ozzy-070116.jpg Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne renewed their 35-year-old wedding vows on May 14 according to reports by E! News. The ceremony was reportedly held at The Wynn in Las Vegas.

luke-bryan-070916.jpg Luke Bryan will spend part of his fall season on tour for the '2017 Farm Tour,' which will begin on September 28 in Lincoln, Nebraska, and conclude on October 7 in Centralia, Missouri.

band-Bleachers-041717.jpg Bleachers have released their new single "I Miss Those Days." The track is pulled from the band's forthcoming release Gone Now, which marks the second studio effort from the Jack Antanoff vehicle.

HumanStyx-072116.jpg Styx has offered up their latest single "Radio Silence." The track is pulled from the band's newest release The Mission, which is currently in the pre-sale promo push. The new album puts an end to a 14-year gap between full-length studio collections and is set to drop on June 16. Lead guitarist Tommy Shaw spoke on the track.

chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown has offered up his newest track "Surprise You (The Life)." The track finds Breezy straight off the road from his "Party Tour" and has him connecting with Ty Dolla $ign and Kid Ink.

MarenMorris-121216.jpg Maren Norris has spoken out in the wake of the deadly blast at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, saying she hopes the incident doesn't scare people away from enjoying live music. "We do this to connect. For just a few hours, no matter what religion, race, gender or economic background you come from, music tethers us," Morris wrote on Instagram.

SiaFurler-010417.jpg Sia has released a new song, "To Be Human," featuring Labrinth, which appears on the soundtrack to the Wonder Woman film. "To be human is to love / Even when it gets too much / I'm not ready to give up," Sia sings on the track.

band311-052417.jpg 311 have offered up their new video for the track "Too Much To Think." The video focuses on the band in the roles of a group of friends who take a road trip into the desert. It was filmed in the Vasquez Rocks, in the Sierra Pelona Mountains outside Los Angeles. The site also served as sets for some scenes in the Austin Powers series as well as Star Trek movies.

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