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mariahcarey-061616.jpg Mariah Carey has released her new song "Infamous" featuring Jussie Smollett, according to Rap-Up.com. The song itself, produced by Jermaine Dupri, was created for the Fox hit show Empire, which Carey is set to guest star on. "I know it's dangerous, but I believe / A greater love, there'll never be," Carey sings on the duet.

Davidlee-081716.jpg David Lee Roth says he's been dealing with a stalker the past few months, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. The Van Halen star says this stalker has called him 75 times in the last four months. He also said whoever this stalker is, they seem to be very tech savvy, as their phone numbers do not show up on his phone log or phone bills.

blake-shelton-061016.jpg Blake Shelton has added contestant Austin Allsup to his team on The Voice, according to Taste of Country. While Allsup auditioned on the show, this isn't the first time he's spent time with Shelton, as he served as the opening act for the country singer before. Shelton has served as a coach on The Voice for 11 seasons.

Faith-No-More-093016.jpg Faith No More has released a video for their track "Cone of Shame." It is the first single from their latest effort, Sol Invictus. The video has a southwestern Americana vibe and appears to be set in Arizona or New Mexico. In fact the video was filmed in Macedonia. Nevertheless the group, along with director Goce Cvetanovski give the video a spaghetti-western feel.

taylor-swift-070916.jpg Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris are back in friendship mode. The two have not gone so far as to rekindle their past romance, but they are talking. Sources close to the two former lovers have revealed that friendly text messages are being exchanged. It is unclear who initiated the contact and exactly what dialogue has been exchanged.

queen-photo-by-chris-hopper-090616.jpg The Queen BBC radio sessions are being compiled as Queen On Air: The Complete BBC Sessions into a deluxe package. The audio set will appear as a double disc CD set, triple disc vinyl, as well as digital formats. The set will include live broadcasts and studio interviews spanning from the years 1973-77. The press release describes it as a "glorious snapshot . . ."

pinkfloyd-062916.jpg Benedict Cumberbatch recently performed the Pink Floyd song "Comfortably Numb" alongside David Gilmour, according to Rolling Stone. The duet between the actor and former Pink Floyd member took place on Wednesday, September 28 at Royal Albert Hall in London. Currently Gilmour is in the midst of a five show run at the venue, which is to support his 2015 album.

Sting-062316.jpg Sting played three new songs live for the first time at a NY Advertising Week function on Tuesday, September 27, according to Billboard. The new tracks, which are all from his upcoming album, 57th & 9th, are "I Can't Stop Thinking About You," "50,000" and "Petrol Head." "Sometimes my role is not to write about myself but to step into someone else's shoes," Sting said.

bruce-springsteen-070916.jpg Bruce Springsteen has spoken out about his love for Green Day, according to NME. During a Facebook Q&A for Apple, the Boss opened up about his current favorite artists, including Green Day in the mix. "Green Day, they make great records and they're always thoughtful and intense and they have a band that plays great together," he said.

alec-baldwin-092916.jpg "Saturday Night Live" recently cast Alec Baldwin to play the role of Donald Trump, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The actor, who has hosted and served as a guest on the late night comedy show several times, will make his debut as the GOP presidential candidate on October 1 season premiere. He is set to take over the role of Trump for the entire season.

kacey-070616.jpg Kacey Musgraves announced she will be touring during the upcoming holiday season. The tour is to coincide with the release of her Christmas album, A Very Kacey Christmas. The Christmas album will be a blend of new material and traditional Christmas songs. A couple of Musgrave originals include "Christmas Makes Me Cry" and "A Willie Nice Christmas."

the-black-keys-082316.jpg The Prophets of Rage super-group got more super at a recent Nashville gig. Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys and Matt Shultz of Cage the Elephant joined the group on stage. The two joined Prophets of Rage to do a version of the MC5's 1969 single "Kick Out the Jams." The cover has become a regular in the Prophets of Rage set list.

alicia-060816.jpg Alicia Keys is featured on the cover of Time Out New York in her natural beauty. Keys decided to be photographed for the shoot wearing no make-up. In discussing her make-up-less movement, Keys stated, "I promise you I had no idea that it would be such a touchstone. I was just sharing this revelation: I realized I'd been covering up in so many ways."

ThomasRhett-061316.jpg Thomas Rhett announced plans for his upcoming Home Team Tour. The tour will hit 15 cities across the United States. It kicks off February 23 in Saginaw, Michigan and wraps up in Nashville, Tennessee on April 21. The tour will feature guest appearances from Kelsea Ballerini, Russell Dickerson and Ryan Hurd.

trey-061616.jpg Only four months after DJ Drama premiered "Wishing," he is back with a remix. This time Drama has added even more famous names to join in on the composition. Fabolous, Trey Songz, Tory Lanez, and Jhené Aiko are all featured on the new remix. Also making his second appearance on Drama's "Wishing" is Chris Brown.

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