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mikeposner-041715.jpg Mike Posner has released a new song called "I Took a Pill in Ibiza," a cautionary tale about the hard-charging lifestyle. "I took a pill in Ibiza to show Avicii I was cool," he croons. "You don't ever want to step off that roller coaster and be all alone." Speaking with the Huffington Post, Posner says his journey to stardom has been a complex one.

paulmccartney-04261.jpg Paul McCartney has called upon the Canadian government to outlaw the practice of seal hunting in the province of Newfoundland. The former Beatles member and animal rights activist issued a statement released through the Humane Society calling for an end to the centuries old hunting practice.

Taylorswift-042412.jpg Taylor Swift has recruited Hayley Williams of Paramore, model Cara Delevingne, and singer Zendaya for the music video to "Bad Blood." People reports that the four were seen on the L.A. set of the video over the weekend. Swift, along with all the other ladies, wore white robes to cover their outfits, in order to prevent paparazzi from sneaking a peek.

David-Bowie.jpg The upcoming stage show Lazarus, based on the 1976 David Bowie movie The Man Who Fell To Earth, will feature songs that "sound like classics," according to director Ivo van Hove. While Bowie will not appear in the production himself, his music will be featured in it. "Some of the songs sound as if you have heard them for ever - like classics," van Hove told the BBC.

jana-kramer-042114.jpg Jana Kramer has released the music video for "I Got the Boy," a single from her upcoming untitled album. The song, says Kramer, is based on her life, but meant to resonate with lots of people. "It was young love," Kramer tells Rolling Stone Country. "I didn't want to tell 100-percent my own story because I wanted the listeners to interpret their own version."

img1-041614.jpg Deftones and Incubus will be spending part of the summer together on tour. They will be supported by Death From Above 1979 and The Bots during the stint, which kicks off July 22 in Clarkson, Michigan at the DTE Energy Music Theatre. After stops in Tampa, New Orleans, Atlanta, Charlotte and Dallas, the tour wraps in San Diego, California on August 30.

KanyeWest-09292009.jpg Kanye West is on the cover of this year's TIME magazine "100 Most Influential People in the World" issue. West talks about appearing in the issue, which honors artists, leaders, and icons, saying, "Every time I say something that's extremely truthful out loud, it literally breaks the Internet. I don't care about having a legacy, I don't care about being remembered."

raelynn-041715.jpg If you have ever wondered what it takes to achieve the perfect selfie, RaeLynn has you covered. "First of all, it's all about the lighting," she tells Taste of Country's Billy Dukes. "Lighting is everything. You have to have the lighting in front of your face. If the lighting is behind you, you'll get a big shadow and you won't look as good."

U2-100209.jpg U2 have reportedly started their tour rehearsals for their upcoming Innocence + Experience trek, which begins May 15 in Vancouver. The Province observed that 15 unmarked tractor trailers are currently parked outside the city's Pacific Coliseum. "We have a pretty good idea that the people coming in to do the rehearsing might be a little known Irish quartet known as U2," they write.

Brandy.jpg Brandy is featured in a new run of ads for her Broadway run as Roxie Hart in Chicago. Beginning April 28, B-Rocka will star in the musical for an eight-week run. "Roxie is really tough, but she's really sweet. And I feel like I'm the same way. I can be really tough, and stand up for myself and speak my mind, and then I'll bake you a cookie," Brandy told Vanity Fair.

Johnnymarr-072114.jpg Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr has released his live version of the band's hit, "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want." The cut drops for Record Store Day April 18, as the B-side to Marr's cover of Depeche Mode's "I Feel You." Late last month, Marr announced he is writing a memoir.

chic-020315.jpg Nile Rodgers and Chic performed their new song "I'll Be There" along with the old hit "Good Times" on a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Rodgers told Rolling Stone that he was motivated by the passing of Chic guitarist Bernard Edwards, who died in 1996.

killers-100609.jpg During a L.A. show on Tuesday, Brandon Flowers busted out a cover of the 1982 INXS cut "Don't Change." "One of the things most profound about INXS is this song we're about to cover -- it has such a strong identity," Flowers told the crowd. "['Don't Change'] is on their first record, and they seemed to really know who they were. You don't really hear that a lot anymore."

mumford-030411.jpg Marcus Mumford has revealed that he is working on a hip-hop project with 88 Keys, the producer behind Kanye West and Jay Z's No Church In The Wild. "I went to that Kanye gig in London recently, and I grew up listening to Jurassic 5 and Nas," Mumford says of his love of hip-hop.

DaveMustaine-101709.jpg Megadeth are hoping that fans will help them make their 15th studio album, launching a crowdfunding campaign through PledgeMusic. The site offers fans several options for purchasing, including the basic $15 digital download. Others include the CD plus digital download ($25), signed CD plus download ($50), and the signed vinyl plus download ($75).

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