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OzzyOsbourne-020718.jpg Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of the Osbourne clan are launching a new weekly podcast, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The family will discuss their time on their show The Osbournes. The 10-week podcast will see Ozzy, his wife/manager Sharon, and their children Jack and Kelly talking about the groundbreaking reality show that ran on MTV.

coleswindell-061016.jpg Cole Swindell has unveiled a new single, "Break Up in the End." The song, the first from his upcoming third album, was written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill, and Jessie Jo Dillon. "I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message," Swindell says in a press release.

MileyCyrus-022318.jpg Miley and Noah Cyrus sang The Lizzie McGuire Movie anthem, "What Dreams Are Made Of," for Paolo (also known as Yani Gellman), the villain from the film. Over the weekend, Noah shared a picture of herself, Miley, and Gellman. The sisters posed for multiple photos with him, including a snap of them giving him some kisses.

kacey-070616.jpg Kacey Musgraves has dropped a pair of new tracks, titled "Space Cowboy" and "Butterflies." Both tracks are taken off of her upcoming new album Golden Hour. "You can have your space, cowboy / I ain't gonna fence you in / Go on ride away, in your Silverado / Guess I'll see you 'round again / I know my place, and it ain't with you / Sunsets fade, and love does too."

Band-Benjamin090617.jpg Breaking Benjamin have released another new track, "Blood," off of their upcoming new album Ember. The track follows the album's lead single "Red Cold River." "People have always really liked the heavier side of the band. I think that's what they sort of gravitate towards," frontman Benjamin Burnley says of Ember.

Beyonce-110217.jpg Beyoncé has dropped her new remix of the track "Sweet Dreams." The track is pulled from her release I Am... Sasha Fierce and hit both iTunes and her husband Jay-Z's Tidal music streaming service this week. Thus far there is no indication that the release is a ramp up to a new project.

georgeharrison-011817.jpg Concert for George, Eric Clapton's 2002 concert tribute to late Beatles member George Harrison, is heading to theaters. The tribute concert will be hitting select theaters nationwide. Clapton and Harrison's wife Olivia staged Concert for George at London's Royal Albert Hall on November 29, 2002, a year to the day after Harrison's death from cancer.

kissband-061416.jpg KISS have revealed that they will auction off three guitars, a snare drum and drumsticks in order to raise money for Manchester Children's Hospital in light of last year's terror attack in the city.

Migos-122017.jpg Migos are set to appear on Saturday Night Live in March. The announcement was made on SNL's social media with the caption, "Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes."

tim-mcgraw-070916.jpg Tim MCGraw is standing with Florida high school students marching and advocating for changes to the nation's gun laws in the wake of last week's mass killing of 17 students and teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

ImagineDragons-102617.jpg Imagine Dragons has dropped a new single, "Next To Me," and have also announced a new tour with 14-year-old indie folk-pop singer Grace Vanderwaal. "Next To Me" is taken off of their album Evolve.

JanelleMonae-022218.jpg Janelle Monae has revealed a pair of new videos for "Django Jane" and "Make Me Feel," which are both set to appear on her forthcoming album Dirty Computer, due out April 27.

Toto-062216.jpg Toto has announced a massive new box set titled All In in honor of the band's 40th anniversary. The new box set collects each of the albums released during the band's association with CBS/Sony. All In includes releases from their 1978 debut through 1999's Mindfields and features 11 studio albums in all, including the 1998 odds-and-ends collection Toto XX.

KendrickLamar-020618.jpg Kendrick Lamar and SZA have been hit with a new lawsuit over their video for "All The Stars," which appears on the Black Panther film soundtrack. According to The New York Times, British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor is claiming that her "Constellations" series of paintings was used in the video without permission.

DaryleSingletary-021218.jpg A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched to help defer some of the costs for the funeral for late country singer Daryle Singletary, who died unexpectedly on February 12, leaving behind a wife and four children. A new crowdfunding campaign via YouCaring.com aims to raise $100,000 for Singletary's funeral and other expenses. A representative for Singletary has confirmed the campaign.

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