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Taylorswift-042412.jpg Taylor Swift's albums are now available for streaming on TIDAL, the music service recently purchased by Jay Z via his S. Carter Enterprises, Billboard reports. The majority of Swift's catalog is available on the site. According to Billboard, Swift's 1989 album is not currently on TIDAL. Swift left popular streaming service Spotify this past November.

KendrickLamar-022513.jpg Kendrick Lamar has landed his first number one album on the Billboard 200 chart thanks to his new album To Pimp a Butterfly. Lamar's third studio album, released last week, sold 363,000 units in its first week, reports Billboard. Of that number, 89 percent (324,000 copies) were comprised of actual album sales, giving Kendrick the second-largest sales week of 2015.

LedZeppelin-100709.jpg  Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has finished recording his fourth solo album. "Last day of recording solo album! Thanks Brendan, Tom and Kyle. We made the magic happen," Cornell wrote on his Facebook page. There is no official word as to when we can expect the new solo album, which will serve as Cornell's first solo release since 2009's Scream.

ArethaFranklin-110909.jpg Aretha Franklin celebrated her 73rd birthday at an extravagant star-studded affair this past weekend in New York City. The Queen of Soul celebrated by blowing out candles on her birthday cake accompanied by Attorney General Eric Holder, Tamron Hall and Clive Davis during the annual birthday bash at The Ritz Carlton.

muse-101609.jpg Muse have released their new single, "Dead Inside," which is included on their upcoming album, Drones. The song is about the end of a relationship and has frontman Matt Bellamy singing, "I see magic in your eyes/on the outside you're ablaze and alive, but you're dead inside." "This is where the story of the album begins, where the protagonist loses hope . . ."

thewho-103009.jpg Roger Daltrey has said that his bandmate Pete Townshend "wants to make another record," according to Rolling Stone. The last record released by the band was Endless Wire back in 2006. "He's just talking about it," Daltrey said referring to Townshend. "I've heard a couple of tracks, which are great."

christinamilian-072214.jpg Christina Milian has released the video for her latest track, "We Ain't Worried." The video begins with the tagline "We are pop culture" and continues with the singer, who is wearing a teal sequined top and black skirt, baking in the kitchen while waiting for friends to arrive. Her guests walk into a dance party, which also sees her singing on the mic.

jasonaldean-100909.jpg Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr have released the first photos from their recent wedding. The pair tied the knot on March 21 in Mexico and released their photo as the cover image on Us Weekly. In the pic Jason wears a brown tuxedo in casual fashion with an open collar while Brittany wears a classic lacy white wedding gown.

thedoors-110409.jpg The Doors 1967 debut record has been added to the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry. The rock classic joins a handful of other iconic recordings in the Registry's newest class including albums by Radiohead, Lauryn Hill, Sly and the Family Stone, the Righteous Brothers and Ben E. King.

Tyler-032615.jpg Tyler Farr has shared the track listing to his forthcoming new release, Suffer In Peace. The new album will mark Farr's second full length release and is set to hit stores and digital retailers on April 28. The album's lead single "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" has already charted on Billboard's Top 20 country chart. "I write country music for country music fans," Farr says.

CourtneyLove-090911.jpg Courtney Love will reportedly speak at the TriBeCa Film Festival premiere of the new documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck. Love will appear alongside the film's director Brett Morgen at the event, which is scheduled for April 19. The new doc is the first fully authorized documentary on Cobain with the support of his family.

rapperT-I.jpg T.I. has announced his new album Trap's Open, which is the second installment in the Paperwork trilogy. "The first installment, The Motion Picture, it was supposed to be cinematic, it was supposed to be nostalgic," said Tip while promoting his film, Get Hard. "This next one is going to be unapologetically gangsta. It's trap music."

Brandy.jpg Brandy is reportedly prepping to make her Broadway debut in the role of Roxie Hart in the classic show Chicago. The singer/actress will hit the stage at New York's Ambassador Theater to play the devious housewife starting on April 28. News of Brandy's new role hit social media via the show's official Instagram page.

Aerosmith-01192010.jpg The cult classic film series titled The Decline of Western Civilization, featuring music and appearances by Aerosmith, is set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray this summer. The three-part documentary focuses on the punk, rock and metal scenes in and around Los Angeles from the early 1980s through the 1990s. The series was directed by Penelope Spheeris.

img2-041114.jpg Ed Sheeran has released the video for his track "Bloodstream" featuring Rudimental. The clip, directed by Emil Nava, features Ray Liotta as an actor who self-destructs amidst a background of wealth, women and fame. In the clip, Liotta rides through his own house in a bathrobe atop a horse and ends up killing himself.

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