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CardiB-092517.jpg Cardi B continues to make chart history as she has become the first woman with five simultaneous top 10 hits on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, surpassing the mark held by Beyoncé. She achieved the high water mark thanks to being featured on Bruno Mars' "Finesse," which is number one, G-Eazy's "No Limit" (No. 3), and three other songs.

trent-061616.jpg Trent Reznor has filed for a restraining order against his neighbor, according to TMZ. TMZ reports that Reznor claims that the man has been behaving threateningly towards him and his family for the past six months, yelling at a friend leaving Reznor's house that Satan is going to get him and ranting on the sidewalk about how "the Lord" will get "rich people."

ladyant-061316.jpg Lady Antebellum have announced plans for a co-headlining tour with Darius Rucker this summer. The run is set to kick off on July 19 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and will run through early October. "For us as a band, being out on the road together is where it all comes to life," says Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley in a press release.

GeorgeClinton-082416.jpg George Clinton's Parliament has released "I'm Gon Make U Sick O'Me," their first new music in nearly three decades. The new track features Scarface. "I'm gonna make you sick / I'm gonna make you sick of me / Then I'm gonna give you the antidote / Something to make you feel better," Clinton sings throughout "I'm Gon Make U Sick O'Me."

GlennFrey-101617.jpg Cindy Frey, the widow of the late Glenn Frey, has filed a wrongful death suit against Mount Sinai Hospital and the musician's gastroenterologist. The suit accuses physician Steven Itzkowitz of negligence and failing to properly treat and diagnose the musician. Cindy Frey is seeking unspecified damages for pain and suffering, and wrongful death.

BillyCorgan-011617.jpg Original Smashing Pumpkins members Billy Corgan, drummer Jimmy Chamberlin and guitarist James Iha reunited recently in the studio.

KendrickLamar-071817.jpg Kendrick Lamar is among the latest artists added to the bill for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at New York's Madison Square Garden, Billboard reports. He joins U2 and Sam Smith. Lamar will reportedly open the show, according to sources. Previously announced Grammy performers include Alessia Cara, Cardi B, Childish Gambino, and more.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney joined Muse's Matt Bellamy and Dominick Howard for a performance of "Helter Skelter" during a recent intimate gig. "Just did Macca with Macca #walkinglegend," Bellamy posted to Instagram following the performance. "Helter Skelter" appears on the Beatles 1968 The White Album.

kenny-chesney-070516.jpg Kenny Chesney has inked a new deal with Warner Music Nashville after splitting from his longtime home of Sony Music Nashville. "It is a big deal to change labels," Chesney said in a statement, crediting Warner Music Nashville chairman/CEO John "Espo" Esposito, Warner Music Nashville senior VP A&R Cris Lacy and new Warner Music Group CEO, Recorded Music, Max Lousada.

maroon5-112116.jpg Maroon 5 have offered up their video for the track "Wait." The vid finds the band in a Snapchat-inspired frenzy and Adam Levine says it's a fairly accurate, if comedic, look at their real lives and social media habits.

jack-whites-070916.jpg Jack White has confirmed tour dates behind his forthcoming new release Boarding House Reach. The run kicks off on April 19 at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan and concludes on June 9 in Toronto, Ontario. Speaking of the new release, his label Third Man Records noted: "It is expanding his musical palate with perhaps his most ambitious work thus far . . ."

dierksbentleyr-061316.jpg Dierks Bentley has released his latest single "Woman Amen," which will appear on his upcoming new album The Mountain. Bentley co-wrote "Woman Amen" with Josh Kear and Ross Copperman. "I know I was saved the night that she gave this drifter's heart a home," he sings on the new track. "I feel like it all starts at home with my wife [Cassidy Black]."

david-bowie-060816.jpg David Bowie's beloved track "Space Oddity" has been added to the Grammy Hall of Fame collection. The honor is given by the Recording Academy's National Board of Trustees and is part of a yearly process in which new songs are nominated and approved.

BrunoMars-072817.jpg Bruno Mars' 24K Magic has climbed back into the top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart after an extended absence. The album hit number four this week and scored its highest ranking in eight months. It last hit the chart on September 2, 2017, at number 10.

BrianWilson-051017.jpg Brian Wilson returned to Hawthorne High School in California in an effort to have an "F" grade he received in music class changed to an "A." Wilson chronicled the odd journey on his official Twitter. The story goes that he apparently submitted a composition for a music class in 1959 that received an "F" grade, which ended up as "Surfin'," the Beach Boys' first ever hit.

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