Hair And Farewell: Twisted Sister’s Top 10 Hard-And-Heavy Pop Culture Moments

by (@McBeardo)

ts-main1 Alas, it seems that Dee Snider and his merry band of louder-than-life hair-metal marauders Twisted Sister are finally destined, for real, to not take it anymore. On the heels of the tragic heart attack death of drummer A.J. Pero, the Long Island legends have announced that they’ll soon part ways. Naturally, Twisted Sister will not go quietly, so the band will be honoring A.J. with a couple of tribute gigs and then saying farewell to fans throughout 2016 on their amazingly named “Forty and F—k It” Tour. Read more…

Did Tink Just Hint That She’s Going To Be On ‘Empire’?

by (@hernameislex)

When it comes to having the Empire hookup, Tink is your girl. Not only is she Timbaland‘s hottest emerging artist (Timba executive produces Empire‘s music), Tink has also worked with Jim Beanz, the show’s music director. We spoke to Tink about Empire, and she gave us a little taste of what she knows about the much-awaited second season. Could she be appearing on the show?

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Frances Bean Cobain Speaks About Father Kurt For The First Time, Admits She “Doesn’t Really Like Nirvana”

by (@JordanRuntagh)

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As the Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck nears release, Frances Bean Cobain is speaking publicly about her famous father for the very first time. The latest issue of Rolling Stone features an in-depth interview with the daughter of Cobain and Courtney Love, in which she talks about executive producing the upcoming doc, and her feelings on her father’s band, Nirvana. Despite their ultra-legendary status, she admits that she’s not exactly a superfan.

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Lykke Li Unleashes Hauntingly Beautiful Cover Of Drake’s “Hold On We’re Going Home” To Unworthy World

by (@JordanRuntagh)

If you’re missing out on Lykee Li‘s live performance at Coachella this year, this amazing video featuring her hauntingly beautiful cover of Drake‘s “Hold On We’re Going Home” will make you feel better. And then you’ll realize that you’re not going to experience the majesty of this performance in person, and you’ll feel worse. You win some, you lose some.

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