Watch French Montana, Drake’s Festive ‘No Shopping’ Video

July 29, 2016 Music

French Montana and Drake have dropped their festive new video for "No Shopping," their track off the Coke Boys rapper's upcoming LP MC4. The track marks Montana's first collaboration with Drake since their 2012 hit "Pop That."

Filmed at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic, the video opens with Montana and "El Draké," wearing ridiculous costume mustaches, hosting the Coke Boys Classico golf tournament. The action then shifts to a mansion party where Montana and Drake perform "No Shopping" surrounded by a throng of bikini-clad women.

"No Shopping" is the latest track off Montana's upcoming MC4, which also features the previously released "Lockjaw" with Kodak Black and

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‘Iron Man’ Composer Revives Ghostface Killah Lawsuit After Appeal

July 29, 2016 Music

Ghostface Killah is once again facing a copyright infringement lawsuit stemming from the rapper's Supreme Clientele after an appeals court ruled that composer Jack Urbont, who wrote the "Iron Man Theme" for the Sixties cartoon Marvel Super Heroes, could revive his suit against Ghostface and Sony Music.

Urbont previously sued Ghostface and Sony Music in 2011, arguing that the rapper's Supreme Clientele opener "Intro" and closer "Iron's Theme – Conclusion" heavily sampled the "Iron Man Theme." The lawsuit, filed nearly a dozen years after the Wu-Tang rapper released that solo LP, was initially struck down after Sony made the case that, since Urbont was under the employ of Marvel at the time of

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Prince’s Possible Heirs Narrowed Down to Six

July 29, 2016 Music

The Minnesota judge presiding over Prince's estate decided Friday that several people who had claimed to be heirs of the flamboyant artist were not related to the musician.

The Associated Press reports that Carver County Judge Kevin Eide threw out 30 individual claims to Prince's estate. He also ordered genetic testing on six people previously assumed to be related to Prince. Four of the artists siblings or half-siblings – Tyka Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Norrine Nelson and John Nelson – and a possible niece and grand-niece, Brianna Nelson and Victoria Nelson, will be vetted in the process.

Eide's elimination process also allowed him to exclude people who had said that Prince's father was someone other than the man listed as his

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Watch Kanye West’s Tearful ‘Wolves’ Video Starring Balmain

July 29, 2016 Music

Kanye West has partnered with fashion house Balmain for the video for "Wolves," a track off the rapper's forever project, The Life of Pablo. Unlike West's controversial "Famous" video, which starred waxy models of Taylor Swift, Donald Trump and others, "Wolves" boasts a flesh-and-blood all-star cast that includes Sia and Vic Mensa alongside models like Cindy Crawford, Alessandra Ambrosio and Joan Smalls plus Kim Kardashian and her sister Kylie Jenner.

The Steven Klein-directed black-and-white video, which doubles as a spotlight for Balmain's Fall 2016 line, features West delivering the track with tears streaming down his face. Balmain creative director Oliver Rousteing – who collaborated with West on

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Watch Legs McNeil, Gillian McCain Tour Bowery’s Punk Landmarks

July 29, 2016 Music

Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, who will release a 20th anniversary reissue of their punk bible Please Kill Me: The Uncensored History of Punk, recently led Rolling Stone on a Facebook Live tour of the Bowery, the New York strip that was once home to some of the most vital punk locales. In this exclusive video, watch as McNeil and McCain revisit places like CBGB, Ramones collaborator Arturo Vega's lot and the park where the Ramones photographed their iconic debut album cover.

In addition to the reissue, McNeil and McCain are in the midst of a book tour commemorating Please Kill Me. "We figured the best way to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Please Kill Me; The Uncensored Oral History of Punk and the 40th Anniversary of the Ramones

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Watch Usher Sing Smoky, Slowed-Down ‘Crash’ on ‘Tonight Show’

July 29, 2016 Music

Usher brought his new single "Crash" to The Tonight Show Thursday, teaming up with house band the Roots for a music video-worthy performance.

For their rendition, Usher showcased his signature dance moves and falsetto along a catwalk between the Roots, as a white screen flickered in the background. To keep with the atmospheric, emotional vibe of the single, the performance is presented in slight slow-motion, giving it a dreamy vibe while surreal moments like when Usher leaps off the stage.

Usher visited The Tonight Show to promote the film Hands of Stone, a boxing film where the singer portrays Sugar Ray Robinson. Robert De Niro stars as Ray Arcel, the real-life manager of boxer Roberto Duran, played by Edgar Ramirez.

Earlier this

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See Ozzy Osbourne Record Metal Voiceover for Disney Cartoon

July 29, 2016 Music

Ozzy Osbourne makes a heavy metal cameo in an upcoming episode of animated Disney XD series The 7D, a modern update of the title characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The Black Sabbath frontman and wife Sharon play the Duke and Duchess of Drear – parents of daughter Kelly's character, witch Hildy Gloom – in "Bummer Vacation," which premieres Saturday, July 30th at 9:30 a.m. ET.

In a behind-the-scenes clip, the Osbourne family gathers in the studio to record their voiceovers. "I have the honor of having my real-life mum and dad play mum and dad on a vacation that we're going on," Kelly says. Ozzy gets into character as the long-haired Duke, who gives Hildy singing lessons and knocks out a "Crazy

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My Chemical Romance to Release ‘The Black Parade’ Deluxe Reissue

July 29, 2016 Music

My Chemical Romance have announced a 10th anniversary reissue of their double-platinum The Black Parade LP. The 2-CD/3-LP set, out September 23rd via Warner Bros. Records, includes Living With Ghosts, a second disc featuring 11 previously unreleased demos and outtakes from the original recording sessions with producer Rob Cavallo.

Highlights include a rough mix of "Emily" and live demos of "Party at The End Of The World," "My Way Home Is Through You," "Not That Kind of Girl" and "All the Angels" – all previously unreleased in any format.

Digital and physical editions are available for pre-order via the band's web store and include instant downloads of "The Five of Us Are

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See Fifth Harmony Bring Back 2000s in Destiny’s Child Medley

July 29, 2016 Music

Fifth Harmony paid tribute to their idols Destiny's Child on Thursday with a fiery medley for ABC's summer music series Greatest Hits. The quintet, decked out in Nineties-style bandanas and light-washed jeans, rolled through "Say My Name," "Independent Women" and "Survivor" with ease. They even threw in the unmistakable "I don't think they can handle this" intro from "Bootylicious" for good measure. 

"They've inspired us," the group said in a pre-filmed interview. "We speak about them in literally every interview. Every interview, they're like 'Who are your biggest inspirations?' We're like, 'Destiny’s

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Sharon Jones Fights On: ‘I Have Cancer; Cancer Don’t Have Me’

July 29, 2016 Music

Sharon Jones walks into the Black Cat Café in Sharon Springs, New York, a tiny village one hour west of Albany, and is immediately greeted with jokes and hugs by every employee. A fiery performer who spent decades in obscurity before becoming a Grammy-nominated soul and funk savior with her longtime backing band the Dap-Kings, Jones smiles as she takes her time getting to the table, making small talk with everyone in the restaurant.

The waiter approaches and Jones explains the sparseness of her lunch order. "I'm going through chemo and it messes with my stomach," the 60-year-old singer says. The server went through chemotherapy himself to battle brain lesions caused by multiple sclerosis and the two discuss various treatments and pill side effects like

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