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red-hot-chili-peppers-070916.jpg Red Hot Chili Peppers have revealed their new "Sick Love" video. The track is pulled from their most recent release The Getaway and finds the band members portraying a dark and twisted look at their home city of Los Angeles. The animated video was written and created by cartoonist Beth Jeans Houghton. It follows the story of a woman who leaves her home of Australia.

the-dream-120116.jpg The-Dream has revealed the tracklisting for his forthcoming new Love You To Death EP. The release is set to drop on December 9 and Dream broke news of the song selection via a handwritten note posted to Instagram. "Love You To Death, my favorite is "Ferris Wheel", can't wait to see what your favorites will be. December 9th ITunes, spotify, tidal all that s**t . . ."

KurtCobain.jpg Nirvana's b-sides and outtakes album, Incesticide, is set to be reissued on vinyl. Geffen Records is celebrating the compilation's 25th anniversary by putting the record back in print. The album will be remastered from the original analog recordings. The original release of the compilation arrived in 1992, 15 months after their breakthrough album, Nevermind.

lady-gaga-070916.jpg Lady Gaga revealed during an interview on the Today show on December 5 that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. She has been dealing with the condition since she was raped at the age of 19. "I have a mental illness and I struggle with that mental illness every day," Lady Gaga stated. "My own trauma in my own life has helped me to understand the trauma of others."

ChadKroeger-120116.jpg Police in Canada have apologized after taking a pot shot at Nickelback by threatening to use the band's music as a weapon against drunk drivers. The department, in the Kensington area of Prince Edward Island, joked that any drunk drivers would be forced to endure a full listening of Silver Side Up. The department's chief has since apologized for the post.

beyonce-070916.jpg Tumblr released its "Year In Review" package on December 5, which ranked the top bands, solo artists and albums of the year. 5 Seconds Of Summer took the top spot among bands in 2016, followed by Twenty One Pilots and One Direction. Taylor Swift took the number one ranking among solo artists this year.

justinbieber-060916.jpg Justin Bieber announced that his Purpose Tour will be adding some stadium tour dates in the U.S. in March. The pop singer made the announcement during his appearance on Ellen on December 5. Bieber will kick off the stadium leg of the tour on August 5 with a show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. He will then play Denver on August 12, Minneapolis.

drake-070916.jpg The year 2016 has been good to Drake. Coming into the close of the year, things keep improving for the rapper. The Recording Industry Association of America recently confirmed his album Views has soared to 4x platinum. Views was released on May 6 by Republic, Cash Money, and Young Money. Rap-Up reports that it was "certified gold, platinum . . ."

gwenstefani-062016.jpg Recently on the Ellen show, Blake Shelton discussed his relationship with Gwen Stefani.

blake-shelton-061016.jpg Blake Shelton recently discussed his relationship with Gwen Stefani on the Ellen show.

bonjovi-062816.jpg Sebastian Bach has opened up about his long running beef with Jon Bon Jovi. In his new memoir, the rocker noted that their relationship turned sour due to repeated harsh pranks during an early tour between Bon Jovi and Skid Rowe.

Fleetwood-061016.jpg Stevie Nicks and the Pretenders have added new dates to their current tour. The run kicked off in the fall in support of Nicks' collection 24 Karat Gold - Songs From the Vault and will now include an additional 20 dates.

lauren-alaina-071216.jpg Lauren Alaina will release her long-awaited new album Road Less Traveled, next month.

John-Mayer-052614.jpg John Mayer and members of the Grateful Dead are set to resurrect Dead & Company for a new tour next summer.

bobdylan-061316.jpg The Nobel Prize Committee announced that Bob Dylan has composed a speech that will be read at the Nobel banquet on December 10. It is unknown at this time who will read the speech, since Dylan previously announced that he would be unable to attend the ceremony due to other commitments.

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