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chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown makes a guest appearance in the new video for Kap G's "I See You." The new clip, directed by Assad, sees Kap G and Brown hit Last Vegas, clearly enjoying all of the spoils Sin City has to offer, including riding ATV's in the desert, hanging out with a gaggle of women, hitting the streets in expensive cars and even rapping while on top of twin tour buses.

foofighters-061616.jpg After the announcement of a new album, Concrete and Gold, Foo Fighters have debuted a new song, "Sunday Rain," during a performance in Riga, Latvia as part of their current European tour.

Kellyclarkson-062716.jpg Kelly Clarkson lent a hand to one of her biggest fans, helping him to propose to his boyfriend after her recent performance in Las Vegas. Alex Malerba, a self-described Clarkson fanatic, shared a video on Instagram of his proposal to boyfriend Justin Blake during a meet-and-greet with Clarkson.

nielyoung-061616.jpg Neil Young's long out-of-print three-album collection Decade has been remastered and reissued. It's is available now. While a vinyl version of Decade was released earlier this year for Record Store Day in a limited pressing, the remastered reissue is now available as a two-CD set, in the original three-LP configuration and as a digital download.

Jojo-061016.jpg Jojo has released a new single entitled "Wonder Woman." "You used to call me Wonder Woman when I gave you good love, I guess that's still true," she sings on the new track, her first since last year's Mad Love album. "Because I wonder, I do / I catch myself thinking about you / And I wonder if you think about me too."

DJKhaled-112316.jpg DJ Khaled has dropped his latest album Grateful, his first album since last year's Major Key. Grateful features the singles "Shining," featuring JAY-Z and Beyoncé, Drake's "To the Max," Bryson Tiller and Rihanna's "Wild Thoughts," and Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, and Quavo's "I'm the One."

DepecheMod-Barcelona-101416.jpg Depeche Mode has released a new 360-degree video for "Going Backwards," which appears on their new album, Spirit. The new clip, directed by Timothy Saccenti, features the band performing the new track. The 360-degree video allows viewers to spin around the studio space and watch each member of the band, who are positioned in a circle, performing the song.

lorettalynn-120116.jpg Loretta Lynn has cancelled a pair of upcoming tour dates in South Dakota as she continues to recover from a recent stroke. According to the Des Moines Register, Lynn's performance at Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines, Iowa, on July 7 as well as her performance at Dubuque, Iowa's Five Flags Center on July 21 have been canceled and both shows are no longer listed on her website.

NothingMore-062117.jpg Nothing More have confirmed plans for a North American tour set for later this year. The run is set to kick off on September 12 in Memphis at the New Daisy Theater and will continue on through November 11 when they'll wrap in New Orleans at the House of Blues.

Davedavies-020215.jpg Dave Davies has revealed that he has still not completely ruled out the possibility of a Kinks reunion at some point. Davies and his brother Ray have let rumors swirl about possible reunion of their legendary band for the better part of a decade and both wish washed about the idea at times.

WyclefJean-032117.jpg Wyclef Jean has released his new single "Fela Kuti," the first release off of his forthcoming new album Carnival III. Supah Mario produced the new track.

falloutboy-062416.jpg Fall Out Boy has released "Champion," the second single off their upcoming album M A N I A. The new track follows the release of lead single "Young and Menace."

luke-bryan-070916.jpg Luke Bryan played a new song, "Like You Say You Do," during a performance at a VIP event before a recent concert in Alpharetta, Georgia. "Aw, I'm screwin' it up! Hold on — I always mess this one up," Bryan told the audience during the performance. He re-started the mixed-up line, then got mixed up again.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney is taking his live show to Australia and New Zealand for the first time since 1993's The New World Tour. For his band, McCartney will bring Paul "Wix" Wickens (keyboards), Brian Ray (bass/guitar), Rusty Anderson (guitar), and Abe Laboriel Jr. (drums) for the short tour, which starts December 2 at nib Stadium in Perth.

Drake-061917.jpg Drake's new song "Signs" served as the soundtrack to Louis Vuitton's Men's Spring-Summer 2018 fashion show at Fashion Week. "Like Lisa/You need a . . . money and visa/And you get what you want always from me/I can't say no when you say, 'Please'/I can't say no," Drake sings in the first verse of the track.

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