Celebrate Ariana Grande’s 21st Birthday With Her 21 Least Kid-Friendly Looks

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By Christopher Rosa 

Cheers, everyone–Ariana Grande can now legally get drunk! That’s right: The pint-sized powerhouse turns the big 2-1 today. We hope it doesn’t make you feel old as hell when you realize the singer already has a No. 1 album under her belt, and her latest single “Problem” is slaying Billboard records left and right. We’ve never needed a beer more than we do right now. #failures

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EXCLUSIVE: Watch The World Premiere Of Eric Clapton’s New Video, “Call Me The Breeze”

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Last July we said a sad goodbye to guitar great J.J. Cale, but now he’s getting a fitting memorial from fellow axe-man Eric Clapton! With a little help from luminaries like Tom Petty, John Mayer, and Willie Nelson, Clapton is releasing a tribute album for his friend entitled The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale. The album hits shelves on July 29th, but VH1 has the exclusive music video for the album opener, Clapton’s soulful cover of Cale’s “Call Me The Breeze”!

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Life And Times: Which `90s Hip-Hop Artists Should Get Biopics?

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A biographical film about prolific hip-hop group N.W.A. is set to hit theaters next year! Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and director F. Gary Gray are teaming up to bring the film, aptly titled Straight Outta Compton, to audiences and introduce a new generation to the group’s mind-blowing music.

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MUSIC SEEN: Ed Sheeran Stops By VH1 To Provide A Preview Of His Album

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Just weeks before releasing his new album, X, Ed Sheeran appeared on Big Morning Buzz Live to graciously give us a taste of his new music. And now that the LP is officially here, we can’t help but gush once more over Ed’s most recent visit to our studios!

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Sam Smith Has Had Enough One Night Stands

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Sam Smith‘s fanatical tendencies know no bounds. As an artist on the rise, he repeatedly credits legendary divas like Whitney Houston and Chaka Khan for helping to shape his musical taste, and bows down to Beyoncé and her flawless fierceness. He thinks Kanye West is a genius and Miley Cyrus a necessary lightning rod for pop culture. But what about the always-controversial Justin Bieber? Eh, let’s just leave that one be.

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