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The Toronto rapper supplies fans with plenty of one-liners with new tracks "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity."

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When singer-songwriter MILCK performed at the Women's March last year, her song, "Quiet," went viral. Some called it the anthem of a new movement. She talks about her new EP, This Is Not The End.

Family members said they hoped that the cause of his death would spark discussion about the power and danger of opioid drugs.

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The rock band sued a hotel in Mexico that has the same name as the "lovely place" in their iconic 1976 song. That hotel was trying to trademark the phrase "Hotel California" in the U.S.

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In a career full of accolades, Dolly Parton now adds two world records to her collection. Guinness World Records recognized her as the female artist with the most hits on Billboard's Hot Country songs charts and for the most decades with a top 20 hit on Billboards Hot Country Songs Chart.

We join the pianist at his loft in SoHo to talk about his upbringing in Cincinnati, late-night gigs in New York, his recovery from a coma in 2008, and his adaptation of Walt Whitman's poetry.

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A new song from Natalia Lafourcade previews Musas II, a follow up to her smash hit album of 2017, Musas.

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The emerging Nashville singer-songwriter explores the unknown when it comes to filling her heart.

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Live performance of songs from it's latest album, Ruins, out now.

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New album from Daptone Records recalls the glorious past of Cuban big band music recorded in an historic studio in Havana, Cuba.

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"I couldn't not speak about whiteness in my work," Garbus says of her new record as Tune-Yards. She breaks down the themes and self-examinations behind I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life.

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The Malian musicians, who've been playing together for nearly 40 years, bring some of the most lyrical melodies and joyful sounds we've ever had at the Tiny Desk.

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A soothing introspective song set in a colorful Venice Beach scene at sunset where she's become know for street playing.

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A Southern town, a heapin' helpin' of heartbreak, a shot at redemption and an adorable tyke: Writer-director Bethany Ashton Wolf's romantic drama never complicates or deepens its rote story.

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Merrill Garbus talks ditching the face paint, learning from the Black Lives Matter movement and acknowledging her platform as a white artist on the new album I Can Feel You Creep into My Private Life.

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The Nashville-based country singer-songwriter charms with a set full of sharp-witted songs from her latest release, Live from Los Angeles.

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Bringing together her Afrikaans, Portuguese and Welsh heritage, all combined into the unique perspective of someone who moved to South Africa as a child.

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A live psychedelic performance recorded live in the economic hub of the country, Johannesburg.

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The sparkly collection — songs about death, dismemberment and other unfortunate events dressed up for a Friday night joy ride — sees the long-running duo attempting genuinely new ideas.

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The London post-punk band fortifies its buoyant, life-affirming jams with one of the most revolutionary forces of all: fun.

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