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PWR BTTM’S Ben Hopkins Prepares to Release Solo Album & Put Sexual Misconduct Allegations Behind Him

“I am not guilty of this, and I need to move on with my life,” says the non-binary rocker whose new single, ‘Laugh Track’ and upcoming album were inspired by the whiplash experience of their band’s abrupt cancellation Out of work as a musician, living in a tiny Brooklyn apartment and severely depressed, Ben Hopkins...

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10 Black Queer Artists Get Real About the Intersectionality of Resistance During Pride 2020

The death of George Floyd on May 25 at the hands of the police has reignited an inferno of rage that has been simmering for decades. With demonstrations happening across the nation amidst a global pandemic, the Black people of America are warring with two grave matters at this very moment; police brutality and systemic...

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It’s Time to Lift Every Voice: Black Music Month Arrives at a Crucial Turning Point

Tracing the fight for racial equality through black music’s rich legacy. When 12-year-old singer Keedron Bryant lifted his voice to poignantly decry the senseless murder of George Floyd in a May 29 Instagram post that’s since drawn nearly 3 million views, the pre-teen joined the countless voices that have been fighting to end racism for...

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Yusuf/Cat Stevens On Reimagining His 1970 Classic, ‘Tea For The Tillerman’ 50 Years Later

“I wanted to take the halo off ‘Wild World’,” Yusuf says. In 1970, Yusuf—then still known as Cat Stevens— released Tea for the Tillerman, a gorgeously melodic collection of songs that looked at the world through a prism of wisdom and spirituality that belied the British artist’s youth. The multi-platinum album, which included the classic...

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WME Partner Richard Weitz’s Pandemic Parties Surpass $2 Million Raised With Star-Studded Nashville Edition

Luke Bryan, Darius Rucker, Michael McDonald and more performed before music execs and first responders. Six weeks ago with the coronavirus shutdown already in full effect, WME partner Richard Weitz celebrated his daughter Demi’s 17th birthday with a virtual party with guests including as LL Cool J. The event proved so popular, Weitz and his...

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Hole’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ At 25: It ‘Ended Up Not Very ‘Unplugged’ At All’

“‘MTV Unplugged’ was a musical challenge and an opportunity for us to shine.” – Melissa Auf der Maur It was early February 1995, and Hole’s Courtney Love and Patty Schemel were up to shenanigans. Night was enveloping Manhattan following a full day of rehearsals for Hole’s impending MTV Unplugged performance, and the two friends were...

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Laced Up: This Week’s Coolest Sneaker Sightings With DaBaby, Lil Wayne & More

Thanks to the rise of celebrity collaborations over the past decade, sneaker culture has blossomed as one of the most coveted sectors in the fashion industry. From Drake’s close relationship to Nike, to Virgil Abloh’s rare Off-White x Nike collaborations, your favorites love showing off their fresh kicks just as much as they love designing...

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Ranking All 11 Songs on Dua Lipa’s ‘Future Nostalgia’: Critic’s Take

One of the most thrilling career trajectories that we’ve witnessed in the past decade goes to Dua Lipa. Before the age of 25, the British singer has quickly transformed into a confident, risk-taking pop star: after wooing us with her husky vocals and punchy pop singles on her 2017 self-titled debut album, Dua accelerated into...

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Why Zebra Katz Waited Seven Years Before Dropping His New Album ‘Less Is Moor’

Even in the title of his new project, Zebra Katz has a lot to say.  The new project, his first full length in seven years, is titled Less Is Moor (out March 20 via his independent label ZFK Records), referencing the Muslim people who inhabited North Africa in the Middle Ages. Katz, born Ojay Morgan, is...

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How Chika Refused to Play ‘Industry Games’ & Charted a Self-Made Path to Success

The 23-year-old rapper plots out her career, from releasing covers to becoming one of the prominent rising stars in the rap game, all while making sure “everything I have built was built was with intention.”  Each month, Billboard Pride celebrates an LGBTQ act as its Artist of the Month. Our March selection: Chika. On the opening song of...

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