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As protests continued around the U.S. following the death of George Floyd, Peter Gabriel wrote Monday in a moving Twitter statement that he was “horrified” by the “racist murder.” “This type...

Gunna’s Wunna coasted to Number One on the latest Rolling Top 200 Albums chart. Wunna features verses from Travis Scott, Roddy Ricch, and Young Thug, along with beats from Wheezy, Tay Keith, and...

BMW Kenny’s single “Wipe It Down” is the latest track to take over TikTok thanks to a challenge ...

Halsey took to social media Saturday to detail her experience taking part in a George Floyd protest in Los Angeles, with the singer revealing that she sustained a bruise after being hit by a rubber...

Amid protests in the Twin Cities and nationwide following the killing of George Floyd, Minnesota governor Tim Walz revealed Sunday that he received a phone call from Jay-Z, who told the governor, “Justice...

Ahead of the June 5th arrival of Run the Jewels 4, the duo’s El-P said Saturday that their new album will be available for free upon release. El-P’s announcement came hours after Run the Jewels’...

Billie Eilish penned a lengthy essay Saturday that supported Black Lives Matter, touched on white privilege and demanded justice for George Floyd. “I’ve been trying to take this week to figure...

Following the killing of George Floyd and nationwide protests, dozens of music industry members have pledged to join a grassroots campaign to make June 2nd “Black Out Tuesday.” Billed as “a...

Beyoncé demanded justice for George Floyd in a rare social media video statement Saturday. “We need justice for George Floyd. We all witnessed his murder in broad daylight. We’re broken and we’re...

Amid protests nationwide Friday, Rihanna lamented the death of George Floyd and slammed the Minnesota police officer charged with murder in an Instagram post. “For the last few days, the magnitude...

With eight musicians in their current touring incarnation — bagpiper very much included — Boston roots-punk gods the Dropkick Murphys are one of the only bands who practically qualify as a mass...

Well before Jimmy Buffett became king of the Parrotheads, he was a highly regarded singer-songwriter with an obvious gift for storytelling — and among his admirers was Bob Dylan. Dylan first made...

Barack Obama shared an emotional letter on Twitter in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25th. “I want to share parts of the conversations I’ve had with friends over...

The Roots’ “Captain” Kirk Douglas, Gary Clark Jr., Kool and the Gang, Robert Randolph and Michael McDonald are among several artists tapped to perform during Let’s Stay (in) Together: a Benefit...

Neil Young is taking a page from the Bob Dylan playbook by creating his own version of the Bootleg Series. He has yet to roll out exact details, but the plan is to take famous concert bootlegs, track...

The Waterboys’ Brother Paul Brown has launched Playing It Forward, a new livestream series featuring collaborations with musicians during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can hear the first song, “Hope...

The long-anticipated collaboration between Lady Gaga and mega-popular K-pop group Blackpink is finally here. “Sour Candy,” from Gaga’s upcoming album Chromatica, dropped on Thursday morning,...

Pearl Jam, Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, Brandi Carlile and Macklemore are among several artists from the Seattle area who are uniting to perform a virtual COVID-19 relief concert benefitting...

Slipknot will host an online edition of their annual Knotfest with concerts and interviews featuring Slipknot, Underoath, and Code Orange. The program will start on Knotfest.com at 3 p.m. PT on May...

Alana Chenevert never really liked her given name. So around 2010, she started calling herself “Dodgr,” in tribute to Oliver Twist and her hometown L.A. baseball team. “I decided I was just...