Diplo, Lil Yachty and Juice WRLD Appear to Be within the Studio Together

Watch out, experimental hip-hop followers. Diplo, Lil Yachty and Juice WRLD have been pictured collectively within the studio.  Diplo has all the time been a genre-bender, and he's beforehand labored with Lil Yachty on post-punk-trap hook "Worry No

Avril Lavigne Swore She'd Never Grow Up, Then Made a Totally Grown-Up Song With 'Head Above Water'

Avril Lavigne kicked off her final album, 2013's self-titled LP, with a lead single known as "Here's to Never Growing Up," which — as you may most likely think about even in case you've by no means heard

William Shatner's First Christmas Album 'Shatner Claus' to Feature Iggy Pop, Brad Paisley & More

Star Trek legend William Shatner will launch his first-ever Christmas album, Shatner Claus – The Christmas Album, on Oct. 26 on Cleopatra Records. The actor identified for his stentorian voice and dramatic line reads has given 13 traditional vacation songs his personal

Luicidal Updates Suicidal Tendencies' 'Institutionalized' With Epic Spanish-Language Version: Exclusive

It’s Ceci Bastida’s flip to rant on this new model of the punk traditional. Suicidal Tendencies’ punk anthem “Institutionalized,” a now-classic rant towards parental management and institutional oppression, turned recognized from the Repo Man soundtrack and for its

Pop Shop Podcast: Nile Rodgers Calls Chic's Two-Part 'It's About Time' Album His Most 'Self-Indulgent' Project

Welcome to the brand new episode of the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, your one-stop store for all issues pop on Billboard's weekly charts. You can at all times rely on a full of life dialogue in regards to

Mike Muir & Dave Lombardo Talk Returning to Punk Roots on New Suicidal Tendencies Album

Suicidal Tendencies secured their place within the annals of popular culture with their 1983 punk anthem “Institutionalized,” together with that tune’s charming, low-budget video and look within the cult movie Repo Man. Had they merely pale away

Avril Lavigne's Top 10 HipHopMagz Hits

Since breaking out with “Complicated” and “Sk8er Boi” in 2002, Avril Lavigne has reworked from an 18-year-old punky Canadian singer-songwriter right into a sassy pop star with a permanent legacy of Billboard Hot 100 hits to her credit score. 

Eminem Admitted He Went 'Too Far' With Homophobic Slur — Here's What He Should Do Next

Yesterday, during a multi-part interview, Eminem admitted that he regretted using a homophobic slur on “Fall,” a track f his latest album, Kamikaze. The line (“Tyler create nothin’/ I see why you called yourself a f—-t, bitch”)

Weezer, Beck, Elvis Costello & More Help Riot Fest Weather Rocky Lead-Up

Two weeks after having to quell doubts it could even happen, Riot Fest placed on a well-attended, hitch-free exhibiting in Chicago’s Douglas Park. The months main as much as its 14th run assaulted it with quite a

Hear New Version of Ramones' 'Don't Come Close' From 'Road to Ruin' Reissue: Exclusive

By the autumn of '78, as they have been about to launch their fourth studio LP Road to Ruin, the Ramones have been a band in transition—not solely of their sound however inside their ranks as nicely.