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chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown has made a special guest appearance in Future's video for the track "Pie." On the track, the pair trade boasts about their bank accounts and how they don't hold back when it comes to a birthday celebration. "She don't wanna go," sings Future. "I roll 100 deep, we like sharing hoes." Breezy adds: "It's your birthday, go ahead and put that cake on me . . ."

U21-080416.jpg U2 paid tribute to the late Leonard Cohen during their gig in Toronto on what would have been his 79th birthday. "Tonight we hold onto some things, as you let go of some others," Bono said. "I'm not quite sure how to let it go, but I know tonight I'm holding onto the music of Leonard Cohen, thinking about it today. It's been on my mind."

trent-061616.jpg Nine Inch Nails gave a special guest performance on the recent edition of Twin Peaks: The Return. Trent Reznor and company offered up a performance of Not the Actual Events' "She's Gone Away" clad in all leather on a creepy, goth-inspired set. It's the first public performance of the track since the EP's release in December.

Beyonce-061917.jpg Beyoncé offered her acceptance speech for awards won during the recent BET Awards, but was not on hand to attend the event over the weekend. They're the first public comments from Lady Bey since giving birth to her twins earlier this month and they were delivered by Bey's protégés Chloe x Halle. "Thank you BET for this award and your tremendous support of Lemonade."

Drake-061917.jpg Drake has released a new remix of PartyNextDoor's "Freak in You" from his new EP, Colours 2. "We can get wild like Olivia, we can get stoned like Sharon/Wrote Take Care, but they push me to the point where I'm just not caring/I'm just more ready than petty nowadays/Young and in control, even when they stoop low/I see anything is anything and everything's a go . . ."

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg The 2009 reunion between Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will be featured in a new concert DVD documenting the 2009 "Change Begins Within" charity concert benefiting the David Lynch Foundation. The Change Begins Within show took place April 4, 2009 at New York's Radio City Music Hall and featured performances from Eddie Vedder, Donovan, Sheryl Crow and more.

brad-paisley-062116.jpg A new Brad Paisley comedy special is coming to Netflix later this summer. According to a press release, Brad Paisley's Comedy Rodeo will feature special guests and fellow comedians Nate Bargatze, John Heffron, Jon Reep, Sarah Tiana, and Mike E. Winfield.

rush-031110.jpg Three capybara babies born in Toronto have been named after each member of Rush. The new triplet offspring of Bonnie and Clyde have been named after the band's singer/bassist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer Neil Peart.

thekillers-072516.jpg The Killers surprised Glastonbury fans with a performance on the John Peel stage, the stage they first performed on in 2004. "They say you play the John Peel Stage twice in your career, once on the way up and once on the way down. It's good to be back," frontman Brandon Flowers said.

JoeNichols-062617.jpg Joe Nichols will release his tenth studio album Never Gets Old next month. Never Gets Old features songs written by Chris Stapleton, Zach Crowell and Shane Minor among others. Never Gets Old is due out July 28 from BBR Music Group/Red Bow Records.

the-dream-120116.jpg Meek Mill has released a new visual for "Young Black America," which features The-Dream. The new clip, which was directed by Spike Jordan, depicts Mill's conversation with a young dealer, along with vignettes about another young man's death. It also features clips from a speech from President Donald Trump.

queen-photo-by-chris-hopper-090616.jpg Queen and Adam Lambert kicked off their North American tour Friday evening at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona. According to live reports, the concert began "We Will Rock You" and concluded with "We Are the Champions." Going through numerous costume changes, Lambert led the band through 19 other Queen tracks.

AdamLambert-112816.jpg Queen and Adam Lambert kicked off their North American tour Friday evening at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona. According to live reports, the concert began with "We Will Rock You" and concluded with "We Are the Champions." Going through numerous costume changes, Lambert led the band through 19 other Queen tracks.

imge1-062916.jpg Barry Gibb provided a highlight for the Glastonbury crowd when he took the stage in the festival's 'legend' slot. For the performance, Glastonbury's security team joined in on the fun, with a choreographed routine to "Stayin' Alive" that brought a huge smile to Gibb's face.

foofighters-061616.jpg Foo Fighters returned to the Glastonbury stage and delivered a performance they were meant to in 2015 before frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg. The band opened their set with "Time Like These," which Florence and the Machine covered in 2015 when they took the band's Glastonbury spot.

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