Who Goes To The Movies: 15 Films About + Starring Members Of The Who

by (@McBeardo)

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The movie Tommy debuted on March 19, 1975, setting the world ablaze as madman filmmaker Ken Russell transformed the Who’s 1969 rock opera into one of cinema’s all-time most audacious and incendiary trips of sight, sound, and fury.

In honor of Tommy’s 40th anniversary, then, let’s take a look back at the Who’s other contributions to film history, be it in the form of documentaries, concert movies, or performances by each individual band member—well, all except bassist John Entwistle who, aside from voicing himself on The Simpsons, never seemed to get bitten by the acting bug (perhaps Boris the Spider ate it in Ox’s case).

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Rihanna’s ‘R8′ Is Coming A LOT Sooner Than You Thought— Check Out The Album Art!

by (@JordanRuntagh)

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The wait is over, the rih-turn is happening! Rihanna has taken to Instagram to announce that new music is dropping on March 26th—as in TOMORROW! The singer shared what is presumably album art for her long-awaited follow-up to 2012′s Unapologetic. She’s been teasing snippets of her new music on social media for weeks, and it looks like tomorrow we finally get to hear the finished product.

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Jay Z & Beyonce’s Next Power Play Could Leave Oprah In The Billion Dollar Dust

by (@Bosnaud)

Oprah may have to take another look in her rearview mirror, because Jay Z & Beyonce may be hot on her billion-dollar heels. The Gossip Table breaks down a new venture that could easily capitulate music’s First Couple past the entertainment giant on the riches list.

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Who The Hell Is…Rapsody?

by (@Bosnaud)

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Kendrick Lamar‘s explosive sophomore opus To Pimp A Butterfly doesn’t boast a hefty amount of guest appearances. Outside of Snoop Dogg, the album features only one other rapper not named Kendrick. That other rapper? North Carolina’s Rapsody, Kendrick’s co-pilot on the introspective “Complexion (A Zulu Love).” There’s a reason why this indie fav got the green light on the most anticipated album of 2015 – let us count the ways.

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