‘That Metal Show’ Decides The Top Metal And Hard Rock Cover Songs Of All Time

by (@BHSmithNYC)

That Metal Show is back and with it the TMS Top 5, where hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine argue about their favorite music picks. What’s different this year is TMS has been asking fans their top picks too! This week the boys weighed in with their favorite cover songs from hard rock and heavy metal‘s A-list.  Read more…

LISTEN: Kanye West Drops Studio Version Of “All Day” Ft. Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom And Paul McCartney

by (@JordanRuntagh)


Yesus is nigh! Less than a week after premiering his new song “All Day” at the 2015 BRIT Awards, Kanye West dropped his studio version this afternoon, featuring help from Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and Paul McCartney‘s whistling talents. The sing is a track off of his upcoming album, So Help Me God, which he announced via Twitter this weekend.

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What’s Beef? ‘SportsCenter’ Anchor Gives Iggy Azalea A Major Diss During Telecast

by (@Bosnaud)

After quitting Twitter late last month due to “hatred and pettiness,” Iggy Azalea may have to quit watching TV as well. ESPN SportsCenter anchorman Robert Flores opened up the monthly segment What Did We Learn?, with mention of Laker guard Nick Young’s recent near-death encounter with a dolphin. In a completely unexpected turn, Flores proceeds to send a shot in the direction of the Aussie rapper who just so happens to be Young’s girlfriend.

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Does Kanye’s ‘So Help Me God’ Artwork Rip Off A 2010 Metal Album? Judge For Yourself

by (@JordanRuntagh)


Kanye West posted a mysterious image on Twitter this weekend heralding his new album, So Help Me God. The internet quickly kicked into overdrive trying to understand the meaning behind the graphic, presumably the album cover for his latest project. But upon further research, it appears that the artwork was taken from a 2010 heavy metal album. Is it an homage, a rip off, or just an accident? You decide!

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Ranking The 10 Greatest B-List Pop Acts Of The 2000s

by (@chrisrosa92)


We need to have a serious conversation about the B-List pop stars of the late ’90s and early ’00s.   When it comes to Y2K bubblegum music, we know Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, The Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC reigned supreme. However, what about the sugary acts who almost reached the success of these titans? Where do they rank alongside the A-List heavy-hitters? Let’s find out.

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Ed Sheeran And Charli XCX To Premiere New Videos At The YouTube Music Awards, Madonna Will Kick Off ‘Rebel Heart’ World Tour This Summer + More On First Dibs

by (@hernameislex)


Taylor Swift talks about not talking about Katy Perry, Kanye West’s producer says “All Day” was meant for French Montana, Rick Ross and Bill Murray hit the studio, and more on First Dibs.
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12 Musicians Who Claim They Were Possessed While Writing Their Hits


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Musicians are a strange bunch sometimes. Apparently, a lot of that strangeness can be attributed to being possessed by otherworldy entities. Yep, some of the most iconic musicians of all time believe their song writing genius, impressive performance prowess, and general musical skill comes from being possessed. For instance, Angus Young blames his crazy stage behavior on a “guitar demon,” and rock pioneer Little Richard thinks the actual devil possesses him.

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SONG PREMIERE: Hear Kelly Clarkson’s New Song “Good Goes The Bye” + Bonus Artist Commentary

by (@JordanRuntagh)

Check out this EXCLUSIVE #MTVFirst & @ReesesPBCups album premiere!

Tomorrow is the big day! Piece By Piece, Kelly Clarkson‘s first album of all new material in over three years, will hit stores in just 24 hours. But you can get a taste right now, as we premiere yet another never-before-heard album track. Yesterday we gave you the joyous “Dance With Me,” and today were back with “Dance With Me.” Give a listen, and read on for commentary from Kelly!

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