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queenlatifah-070918.jpg Queen Latifah is among the celebrities to be honored by Harvard University with the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal on October 22 in Sanders Theatre, according to the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.

temptations-101519.jpg Meridian, Mississippi, will be honoring its native son and legendary Temptations singer David Ruffin with a star on The Max Walk of Fame and naming a street after him.

chance-the-rapper-071918.jpg Chance the Rapper has been announced as the host and musical guest at next week's "Saturday Night Live" episode.

arianagrande-022619.jpg The upcoming Charlie's Angels soundtrack, due out on November 1 via Republic Records, will feature five Ariana Grande tracks.

michael-jackson-062216.jpg A new musical about the life and work of Michael Jackson is set to hit Broadway in the summer of 2020 despite abuse allegations against the late King of Pop.

samsmith-112917.jpg Singer-songwriter Sam Smith has shared that their next album will be "pure Pop."

rihanna-012318.jpg Rihanna is featured on the cover of Vogue's November issue and opens out about several things, such as her upcoming album, relationship status, and the reason for turning down the Super Bowl halftime show, over the course of an in-depth interview with the magazine.

dianaross-112017.jpg Glastonbury Festivals announced that Diana Ross will perform in the legendary Sunday teatime slot on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2020 on June 28 next year.

summer-walker-020319.jpg Summer Walker, who released her debut album, Over It, on October 4, has released a video for "Playing Games."

stavernfestivalen-080219.jpg Post Malone held on to the top spot on the Billboard Artist 100 chart, despite strong growth registered by DaBaby and The Beatles.

prince-082317.jpg Prince's Estate has slammed President Donald Trump for again playing the music legend's "Purple Rain" during a rally in Minneapolis, Minneapolis, on Thursday.

rsd-blackfriday-101119.jpg The Record Store Day Black Friday event this year, to take place on November 29, will see a collection of 177 new releases, spanning all genres and generations.

mariahcarey-100418.jpg Mariah Carey has called for an end to pitting women against each other in the music industry.

arethafranklin-081318.jpg A new book about Aretha Franklin, featuring never-before-seen photos of the iconic singer, will be released on October 14.

lizzo-092519.jpg The lyrics of Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" were given a literal interpretation in a YouTube video posted by Literal MSPaint.

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