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Britney-041111.jpg Fresh off a highly successful collaboration with Iggy Azalea on the track "Pretty Girls," Britney Spears has a lengthy list of new artists she'd like to collaborate with in the future. Spears revealed the list in a recent interview with Australia's The Project. "I would love to work with Gwen Stefani, I think she's really cool," Spears said.

Brianwilson-062410.jpg If you're planning on seeing Love & Mercy, a new biopic based around the life and career of Brian Wilson, the Beach Boys songwriter is hoping you will relate to his struggles. "I hope they take away closeness to me and can identify with my mental and emotional troubles and can appreciate my love story with Melinda [Ledbetter Wilson] and stuff like that."

GewnStefani-112309.jpg No Doubt are among the headliners for the upcoming Riot Fest, scheduled to arrive in three major cities - Chicago, Denver and Toronto - this summer. The band will perform at the Chicago event, which takes place at the city's Douglas Park from September 11-13. Other artists announced for Chicago Riot Fest include Iggy Pop, Snoop Dogg, Faith No More and more.

Mjackson-072712.jpg A molestation lawsuit filed against the Michael Jackson estate by choreographer Wade Robson has been dismissed by a Los Angeles judge. The judge ruled that Robson waited too long to take legal action. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff wrote that Robson could file a lawsuit "only for a reasonable time period after any violence, intimidation or threatening conduct . . ."

img1-052915.jpg Snoop Dogg is among the headliners for the upcoming Riot Fest, scheduled to arrive in three major cities - Chicago, Denver and Toronto - this summer. The rapper will perform at the Chicago event, which takes place at the city's Douglas Park from September 11-13. Other artists announced for Chicago Riot Fest include No Doubt, Iggy Pop, Faith No More and more.

feist-052915.jpg Feist and Fred Armisen are both featured in the latest music video from Jenny Lewis, titled "She's Not Me." In the vid, Lewis, a former child actor, brings back characters from past acting roles in shows like Pleasantville, The Wizard, Troop Beverly Hills and The Golden Girls. "The video is about former identities and incarnations of one's self."

BradPaisley-050611.jpg Brad Paisley welcomed Mickey Guyton onstage with him recently for a duet on Paisley's "Whiskey Lullaby." Guyton seamlessly filled the shoes of Alison Krauss. "So ready to watch @MickeyGuyton sing," Paisley tweeted before opening night, along with a picture of the two of them. "She is so talented. #crushinit"

KendrickLamar-022513.jpg Kendrick Lamar stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for a performance of "These Walls," the latest single from his second album, To Pimp A Butterfly. During the interview portion of the show King Kendrick talked about his recent collab with Taylor Swift on the remix to her song "Bad Blood." "I've always been a fan of hers and she was a fan of my music," he said.

JakeOwen-041012.jpg Jake Owens invited fans to join him at Waffle House in Nashville to help him celebrate the release of his latest single, "Real Life." As would be expected, a line quickly formed around the building and Owen made sure to treat everyone to selfies and a question and answer session. Waffle House also got on board and involved in the tweeting.

icona-052915.jpg Icona Pop have released the new single "Emergency," which is available now via Spotify, or for purchase at iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. "I put a little twist in my hips / Kiss on my lips / Ice on my wrist / Cause I'm hot and I'm dancing / Caught that romancing," sings Icona on the upbeat tune. According to Time, the "song moves with a sense of urgency."

IggyPop-110309.jpg Iggy Pop is among the headliners for the upcoming Riot Fest, scheduled to arrive in three major cities - Chicago, Denver and Toronto - this summer. Pop will perform at the Chicago event, which takes place at the city's Douglas Park from September 11-13. Other artists announced for Chicago Riot Fest include No Doubt, Snoop Dogg, Faith No More and Modest Mouse.

paulmccartney-04261.jpg Paul McCartney's Lollapalooza set time has been announced, as organizers say that the former Beatle will take over the Samsung stage of the festival on Friday, July 31 at 7:45 p.m. Organizers also announced that Metallica will light up the same stage on the following day, Saturday, August 1 at 8 p.m. Other acts destined for Lollapalooza include Florence + the Machine.

MirandaLambert-102209.jpg Miranda Lambert has released the music video for "Roots and Wings" which is meant to accompany a recent commercial she recorded for Ram Trucks. "I've seen so many positive reactions to the song and the partnership with Ram," Lambert said in a press release. "The song is just so special and personal to me, and it is so amazing what the Ram team did to bring it to life."

Metallica-102709.jpg The set time for Metallica has been announced at Lollapalooza, as organizers say that the group will take over the Samsung stage of the festival on Saturday, August 1 at 8 p.m. Organizers also announced that Paul McCartney would light up the same stage on Friday, July 31 at 7:45 p.m. Other acts destined for Lollapalooza include Florence + the Machine and Sam Smith.

RollingStones-110409.jpg The Rolling Stones have released a new video from the opening show in San Diego of their ongoing Zip Code tour. Mick Jagger opens the vid by talking about hitting the road during the warmer months. "I think outdoors is always really great in the summer, you know?" says Jagger.

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