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Seeing as we gave you a mid-year countdown of 2014's best albums so far earlier this week, now seems like a good time to step back and assess the best and worst of what the pop sphere has given us…   Read Story »
The CMT Awards began with what passes for traditionalism these days: ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill, beards out, grooving through "La Grange," a Texas blues-rock boot-scooter recorded 41 years…   Read Story »
We're edging ever closer to next week's release of Xscape, Michael Jackson's second posthumous album, and we've already heard "Chicago" and "Love Never Felt So Good." Now we get to listen to another…   Read Story »
Michael Jackson never released a Timbaland-produced song while he was alive, which is too bad. Tim was peaking right when MJ was attempting a comeback with Indestructible, and both have such weird…   Read Story »
Michael Jackson has been dead for almost five years, but there's no shortage of unused material in the vaults, and the latest posthumous Jackson project is giving some of that material a makeover.…   Read Story »
Bey just surprised everyone by releasing her self-titled fifth solo album exclusively on iTunes. The BEYONCÉ "visual album" includes 14 songs -- featuring musical collaborations with Jay Z, Drake,…   Read Story »
It's almost comforting to know that Timbaland is still the sort of person who will recruit Jay Z and Drake, two of the world's most successful rappers, to drop verses on his single, and he'll still…   Read Story »
The comparisons between Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke essentially haven't ceased since Thicke released his falsetto-laden, guitar&B track "Lost Without U." However, it was usually Timberlake…   Read Story »
After teasing it out, in various different forms, for the better part of a week, Justin Timberlake has just announced his first new album since 2006's ridiculously good FutureSex/LoveSounds. In an…   Read Story »
Back in the late '90s and early '00s, Missy Elliott and Timbaland got together to make some gloriously weird and revolutionary pop music, essentially grabbing rap radio by its neck and turning it…   Read Story »