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beyonce-102212.jpg Beyoncé has revealed plans to release a single with an unexpected collaborator, Pearl Jam. The release will come as part of the band's fan club-only series Ten Club and this year's offering will be their cover of "Redemption Song" with Beyoncé at 2015's Global Citizen Festival. The track will come as the B-side to a cover of Free's "Wishing Well."

Adele-050211.jpg Adele is a big fan of Beyoncé's latest release, Lemonade, saying that watching Bey's HBO special left her "speechless." "I'm not late on this," Adele wrote a week after the album debuted. "I've just been speechless. Beyonce is the most inspiring person I've ever had the pleasure of worshipping. Her talent, beauty, grace and work ethic are all in a league of their own."

paulmccartney-04261.jpg Paul McCartney joined the ever-growing list of artists to pay tribute to the late Prince with a performance of "Let's Go Crazy" during the Minneapolis stop of his One on One Tour. McCartney and his band worked the cover, which came complete with Prince's logo beamed against the backdrop on the stage, into their set segueing out of "Hi Hi Hi."

danshay-120815.jpg Dan + Shay have released "Already Ready," which is taken off of their upcoming record Obsessed. "Finally walk in / I'm already thinkin' 'bout leavin' / Gotta get you back in my shirt / Get you out that dress / Get you out them shoes that you like so much … I know it's only 7:32, but lookin' at you / I'm already ready to go," Shay Mooney sings during the song's chorus.

Neva-052411.jpg Alicia Keys has returned with her new single, "In Common." "We got way too much in common since I'm being honest with you," she sings on the new Illangelo-produced track. "Who wants to love somebody like me? / You wanna love somebody like me? / If you could love somebody like me, you must be messed up too."

Rollingstones-121115.jpg With fellow Republican candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich dropping out of the 2016 presidential race, not everything is coming up aces for Donald Trump as the Rolling Stones have asked the frontrunner to stop using their music at his rallies. Trump has been known to play the Stones' "Start Me Up" at his rallies when he leaves the stage.

shynature-041615.jpg Catfish and the Bottlemen have released the music video for "7," a track from their upcoming second studio album, The Ride. The vid follows the band from the studio, where they record the track, to the stage, where they perform it. "I feel like everybody started thinking too outside the box trying to be arty and different. We wanted to stay inside the box."

50cent-110209.jpg 50 Cent has apologized for mocking Andrew Farrell, who suffers from autism and Asperger's syndrome, a 19-year-old man the rapper thought was drunk. In a video posted on social media, 50 Cent accused the teen, who works as a janitor at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, of being inebriated, not realizing he suffered from the disability.

carrieunderwood-051111.jpg If you've ever wondered what Carrie Underwood does after she walks off the stage, the country star has answered that question. Underwood answered the question by posting a photo on Instagram shrugging and showing off her laundry basket filled to the brim behind her, using the hashtags "#lame" and "#somebodysgottadoit" in her caption.

natalie-tease-050516.jpg "Today" host Natalie Morales will take on the hosting roles at "Access Hollywood" and "Access Hollywood Live," according to Deadline. "I'm writing with excited news - this summer, Natalie Morales will move to LA to become "Today's" West Coast Anchor . . . She'll continue to play a prominent role on "Dateline,"" the show's SVP Noah Oppenheim wrote, also including her other two gigs.

BillyCorgan-031411.jpg Billy Corgan says he's open to the idea of reuniting the Smashing Pumpkins. In a post to Facebook, he spoke about his estrangement from his former bandmates - D'Arcy Wretzky, Jimmy Chamberlin and James Iha - and their recent reconciliation. "It's crazy to think that it was nearly 30 years ago that I began this wild and wooly journey . . ."

Kacey-Musgraves-012714.jpg Kacey Musgraves tops the bill at the upcoming G Fest, put on to honor the late Merle Haggard. The fest goes down Muskogee, Oklahoma's Muskogee Civic Center from June 16 to 18, a town immortalized by Haggard in his hit "Okie from Muskogee." "Artists like Merle Haggard are important because they became legends and set trends not by worrying about money and fame . . ."

prince-012210.jpg  In a never-before-published interview, Prince said that he wanted to mentor Chris Brown. The 2014 sit down was published in the wake of the performer's death. The interviewer pointed out that, following Breezy's 2009 assault on Rihanna, many people had found him an "unforgivable" figure. "Unforgivable?" Prince responded.

Blink-101309.jpg Tom DeLonge recently claimed that he had been in contact with his former Blink-182 bandmates Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker, and teased a full Blink reunion, but Hoppus says the claims are untrue. In an interview on Kevin Klein Live, Hoppus remarked "I haven't even spoken to Tom in a year and a half."

Springsteen-093009.jpg Newly surfaced video footage shows Bruce Springsteen testing out his dance skills on stage during his recently wrapped The River Tour. During a stop in Oakland, California at the Oracle Arena this past March, Springsteen welcomed a female fan on stage during "Dancing In the Dark," a young girl nicknamed Boo, who promptly broke into the Whip/Nae Nae dance.

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