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Back in January, Phil Collins said that he had been asked to work with Adele on her upcoming third full-length. The singer is expected to release her new album sometime next year, but it doesn't look…   Read Story »
Aretha Franklin was the guest on last night's David Letterman, where she performed her cover of Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" that was released yesterday (which also contains a bit of "Ain't No…   Read Story »
You can make a pretty strong case that Aretha Franklin is the strongest female pop singer -- or, hell, the strongest pop singer of any gender -- of all time. And on her new album Aretha Franklin…   Read Story »
Adele's 2011 sophomore album 21 sold crazy, ridiculous, unprecedented numbers for an album that came out this decade. It's also a pretty good album! Rumor has it that Adele is working on a new LP…   Read Story »
In case you didn't know (I didn't), legendary singer Aretha Franklin has been hard at work on a covers album that focuses on songs by "divas" and is set to come out in September. According to…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, the Black Keys discussed their Jack White feud and were pretty sympathetic to the guy -- but now White has talked more about the Keys in his new Rolling Stone cover story, and…   Read Story »
I was prepared to ridicule Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse mercilessly. The title is preposterous, obviously; nobody says "chanteuse" except music critics too lazy to spend 15 seconds on…   Read Story »
Adele's last album, 21, sold roughly 26 gajillion copies, enough to make the Frozen soundtrack look like your little cousin's basement hardcore demo, and it was a pretty good album to boot. So any…   Read Story »
Coldplay made their fifth appearance on SNL last night, performing two songs from Ghost Stories and lending Chris Martin to kiss host Andrew Garfield in a Spider-Man sketch. Earlier in the episode,…   Read Story »
My first exposure to Sugarland was the video for "Stuck Like Glue," a 2010 single that injected a shot of unexpected quirk to the heavily codified country radio landscape. I hadn't paid close…   Read Story »