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mileycyrus-110713.jpg Miley Cyrus has just dropped her new free album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz. The singer, who recently hosted the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, performed the track "Dooo It" accompanied by stars from RuPaul's Drag Race to close out the show. This new album was written and recorded with Flaming Lips' frontman Wayne Coyne.

Metallica-102709.jpg Metallica closed out the final night of Leeds Festival 2015 on Sunday night. The heavy metal rockers performed at the fest for the first time in seven years. During their two-hour plus set they thanked their fans for their lasting loyalty. Frontman James Hetfield came on stage with a joke, saying, "Before we start, I have an announcement."

taylor-swift-051215.jpg Taylor Swift took home four trophies at this year's MTV Video Music Awards. The "Shake It Off" singer dominated the competition winning Video of the Year and Best Collaboration for "Bad Blood", as well as Best Female Video and Best Pop Video for "Blank Space." At the beginning of the night Swift also appeared on stage during Nicki Minaj's opening number, which shut down rumors.

Coldplay-100209.jpg Chris Martin has reportedly signed on to design the t-shirts for this year's upcoming Global Citizen festival. The event is scheduled to take place in New York City's Central Park on September 23 and will feature headlining sets by both Coldplay and Pearl Jam. Martin, who is closely involved with the organization, designed the t-shirts in collaboration with H&M stores.

NickiMinaj-081011.jpg Nicki Minaj sounded off against Miley Cyrus during her recent speech at the MTV Video Music Awards. Minaj was on stage at the event to accept the Best Hip-Hop Video award for her track "Anaconda," when she turned her attention to Miley, who was also on stage as the evening's host. The beef ensued following a comment Miley made to the New York Times about Nicki.

img1-070414.jpg P.O.D. and Insane Clown Posse have confirmed plans for a tour together this fall. The run is set to kick off at the Odeon Expo Center in Chicago on October 3 and will run straight through Halloween when they'll wrap things up at the Fillmore in Detroit. Members of P.O.D. and ICP are both active on the Christian group Whosoevers.

anthony-hamilton-083115.jpg Anthony Hamilton and Teedra Moses have confirmed plans to team up for a tour this fall. The run is set to kick off at the Civic Center in Savannah, Georgia and will continue through Halloween night when they'll wrap things up at the Convention Center in Greenville, Mississippi. "I am so grateful and appreciative that I was able to work with Anthony Hamilton."

LadyAntebellum.jpg Lady Antebellum star Charles Kelley and his wife have revealed that they are expecting a boy. Charles and Cassie appeared on Good Morning America earlier this week and broke news of their new addition to the family as part of GMA's "fertility week" special. "I was so excited to announce on the show that we are having a baby BOY!" Cassie wrote on her website.

AliceCoopers.jpg Various rock icons including Alice Cooper and Slash have paid tribute to the late horror film icon Wes Craven. The Nightmare on Elm Street director passed away this week from brain cancer at the age of 76. Craven had a long history of supporting hard rock and heavy metal artists from Alice Cooper, Megadeth, Kiss, Van Halen and Whitesnake.

zacbrownband-073014.jpg The Zac Brown Band has confirmed plans for their Castaway with Southern Ground destination concert event. The trip is set to take place on January 27 to 31, 2016 and will be held at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya resort in Mexico. Tickets for the event will start at $1,700 and live performances will include ZBB as well as Kacey Musgraves and Michael Franti & Spearhead.

KendrickLamar-022513.jpg Kendrick Lamar has opened up about how the crowds at the recent Reading and Leeds festivals compare to audiences in his hometown of Compton, California. During his hotly anticipated headlining set Kendrick said the audiences were more similar than one might guess. "One thing I Love about being out here, it kinda reminds me of Compton," Lamar said after performing "I."

PinkFloyd.jpg The members of Pink Floyd had reportedly managed to keep the legendary inflatable pig from their album cover for Animals out of a recent auction. The pig was set to hit the auction block as part of a sale from Air Artists, who are the prop company that made the original pig, who is named Algie. "We made a list of all the inflatables that we weren't going to store anymore . . ."

Chris-Brown-091712.jpg Chris Brown has revealed that he has used a portion of his hard earned wealth to purchase 14 Burger King franchises. He revealed the details in Us Weekly's "25 Things You Didn't Know About Me" column, in which he also opened up about his eating habits and hobbies. He also revealed the he plans to name is forthcoming new album after his daughter, Royalty.

BobSeger-083115.jpg On the 25th anniversary of Stevie Ray Vaughn's death, Bob Seger says he wrote "Hey Gypsy," a cut from his Ride Out record, in memory of the blues virtuoso. "I wrote kind of as a tribute to Stevie, who I've always been a huge fan of," Seger says in a video tribute. "I remember the last time I saw [him]; it was at an Eric Clapton concert."

wescraven-083115.jpg Legendary horror filmmaker Wes Craven has died at the age of 76. He directed such beloved films as the original "Nightmare on Elm Street" as well as the "Scream" franchise and lost his battle with brain cancer earlier this week. Craven is survived by his wife Iya Labunka, who is a film producer and former vice president at Sony Films. He continued working until the very end of his life.

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