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Anuel AA Talks About His Tour, 6ix9ine, Nicki Minaj and More: Exclusive

Anuel AA knows what he wants. And he goes out and gets it.  The Puerto Rican trap singer is currently on the road, taking his music to 20 cities in the U.S. with his Real Hasta La Muerte tour which, on Saturday (Dec. 8), made its stop in Miami, Fla.  Billboard had an exclusive backstage pass to speak with the Latin artist (real name Emmanuel Gazmey Santiago) before going out on stage for his first show ever at the American Airlines Arena. Anuel AA mingled in his dressing room with his team and friends, including Prince Royce, who dropped in to…

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Skrillex and Hikaru Utada Soundtrack New “Kingdom Hearts III” Trailer: Watch

Skrillex and Utada Hikaru’s “Kingdom Hearts III” collaboration “Face My Fears” has finally been revealed. Game developer Square Enix released the cinematic opening for the upcoming game earlier today, featuring a one-minute snippet of the song. The official Twitter account for “Kingdom Hearts III” revealed that Skrillex initially wanted to remix Hikaru’s “Don’t Think Twice,” which will serve as the main theme for the game, but the two created an original song instead. Watch the trailer below and hear the extended snippet. The game is out on January 25. Skrillex…

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Mark Ronson Jokes He Had to ‘Stalk Miley Cyrus for Four Years’ Before ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ Came to Be

As Mark Ronson remembers it, his collaboration with Miley Cyrus on “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” was the result of “Mark Ronson stalking Miley Cyrus for four years.” “I got her number; I don’t know if it was legal or not,” Ronson admitted during the duo’s appearance on the Graham Norton Show that aired Friday (Dec. 7). “I started texting her. I just said, ‘Hey, if you ever want to make some music’ … four days went by, nothing.” Cyrus interrupted: “This is the part I don’t remember. I feel like I must’ve…

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Alec Baldwin Wants to Lead ‘Coast-to-Coast Singalong of GOD BLESS AMERICA’ When ‘Trump Resigns’

Actor Alec Baldwin announced his desire to lead a nationwide “moment of silence” and then a rendition of “God Bless America” when President Donald Trump resigns from office. Alec Baldwin took to social media on Friday and insisted that Trump’s resignation is “imminent.” “When Trump resigns, and I believe that formality is imminent,” Baldwin tweeted, “I want to organize a nationwide moment of silence, followed by a coast-to-coast singalong of GOD BLESS AMERICA. When Trump resigns, and I believe that formality is imminent, I want to organize a nationwide moment…

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Rob Reiner: ‘Sick Delusional Criminal F*ck’ Trump About to Get His ‘Ultimate Comeuppance’

Left-wing film director Rob Reiner once again unloaded on President Donald Trump, denouncing him as a “sick delusional criminal fuck” who will soon face his “ultimate comeuppance.” “Looking forward to seeing how the lying malignant narcissist responds to the avalanche of criminality that will continue to bury him,” Rob Reiner wrote. “Can’t undersell how sweet his ultimate comeuppance will be.” Looking forward to seeing how the lying malignant narcissist responds to the avalanche of criminality that will continue to bury him. Can’t undersell how sweet his ultimate comeuppance will be.…

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Aretha Franklin Doc ‘Amazing Grace’ Picked Up by Neon

The doc will get an Oscar-qualifying run, followed by an early 2019 release. Amazing Grace — the documentary featuring late superstar Aretha Franklin — has been picked up NEON in time for an awards play. NEON is planning an early 2019 theatrical release following the film’s Oscar-qualifying run in NY and LA.  Amazing Grace is a concert film that tracks Franklin’s return to gospel music in 1972 with the choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, when the legendary queen of soul was 29 years old and at the peak of her…

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Watch Bill Callahan and Yo La Tengo Cover Carly Simon’s “Touched by the Sun”

Bill Callahan joined Yo La Tengo onstage at New York’s Bowery Ballroom last night to perform a cover of Carly Simon’s “Touched by the Sun.” The song originally appeared on Simon’s 1994 LP Letters Never Sent. Watch a clip of that below. The concert marked night 5 of Yo La Tengo’s 8 Nights of Hanukkah, a series of live shows running from December 2-9 at Bowery Ballroom. A long-standing Yo La Tengo tradition, 8 Nights of Hanukkah was reinstated in 2017. Prior to that, the band took a five-year hiatus…

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Margo Price Talks Best New Artist Grammy Nomination

“I was shocked to see my name up there,” the Nashville-based country singer-songwriter Margo Price tells Pitchfork over the phone, hours after receiving a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, her first Grammy nomination. The nod arrives in the wake of her 2017 sophomore album, All American Made, an explosive and exacting set about life in America, taking direct aim at the patriarchy and systems set up against women and working class people. Since signing to Jack White’s Third Man Records and releasing her debut Midwest Farmer’s Daughter in 2016,…

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21 Savage Shares New Song in Gory “Mortal Kombat 11” Trailer: Listen

Long-running fighting game series “Mortal Kombat” is getting a new installment, “Mortal Kombat 11,” in April 2019. Today, a new trailer has been released for the game, featuring a new song from 21 Savage. It’s called “Immortal.” Check out the (seriously grisly) trailer below. 21 Savage recently teased new music, tweeting out, “Dam I forgot to drop my album my bad y’all.” Earlier today, he was nominated for two Grammy Awards—Record of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration—for his collab with Post Malone, “Rockstar.” 21 Savage’s last solo full-length Issa…

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GLAAD CEO: Kevin Hart Should Not Have Quit as Oscars Host

GLAAD, the country’s largest advocacy organization dedicated to defending the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people, said Friday that actor-comedian Kevin Hart should not have quit as host of the Oscars, arguing the A-lister should have instead used his platform to promote unity. “Kevin Hart shouldn’t have stepped down; he should have stepped up,” GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis told TheWrap. “Hart’s apology to LGBTQ people is an important step forward, but he missed a real opportunity to use his platform and the Oscars stage to build unity and…

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