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  • Video: Ne-Yo & Cher Lloyd Team Up

    September 23, 2013 6:55 PM ET | Yahoo Reality Rocks

    R&B impresario Ne-Yo and "X Factor U.K." breakout star Cher Lloyd recently paired up for the duet "It's All Good," a song written in celebration of the launch of new Fruttare Fruit Bars with lyrical input posted on social media by fans. The duo performed the tune for the first and only time at the Village at this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival in Vegas, and afterwards they sat down with Yahoo Music's Reality Rocks for a chat that was full of good stuff. Speaking about h...  | More »

  • Who's J. Cole's 'Crooked Smile' Little Girl?

    September 19, 2013 11:35 AM ET | Yahoo Hip Hop
     |  Billy Johnson, Jr.

    It looks like J. Cole's "Crooked Smile" video prompted one mother to grin. The video pays homage to Dominika Jones's late daughter, Aiyana Mo'Nay Stanley-Jones, who was fatally shot during a 2010 police raid. During a search for murder suspect Chauncey Owens, who was engaged to Aiyana's aunt, police forced entry into the house where the 7-year-old child slept and fired a shot that led to her death. Though Cole's video follows a different storyline, it is also cente...  | More »

  • Video: The White Buffalo's 'Sons of Anarchy' Song

    September 18, 2013 11:30 AM ET | Yahoo Our Country

    If you're a fan of the outlaw biker TV drama "Sons Of Anarchy," you no doubt watched Tuesday night's episode. And, you probably were impressed by a certain song you heard during the broadcast -- as well as perhaps thought the vocalist sounded a bit familiar. There's a good reason for that: Last night's song, "Set My Body Free," is delivered by bona fide outlaw the White Buffalo (a.k.a. songwriter Jake Smith), who's had more songs on the series than any other artist. ...  | More »

  • Jack Johnson: Waxing Profoundly!

    September 17, 2013 1:25 PM ET | Yahoo New This Week
     |  Dave DiMartino

    As you may know, since we’re now in the post-Labor Day period of the year—when students, laden with parent-money, return to college and are looking to establish their credentials as hipsters by buying the best and most fashionable music, when the new TV season starts and everybody gears up to experience the year as a media event only now unfolding—this is when the big stuff arrives. So it would make sense that the week’s newest releases would lean toward the intellect...  | More »

  • ‘X Factor’ Standout Lillie McCloud Addresses Backlash

    September 16, 2013 7:20 PM ET | Yahoo Reality Rocks
     |  Lyndsey Parker

    It happens almost every season, on every talent show: A promising singer is presented by producers as being a fresh-off-the-turnip-truck total unknown, but it only takes a few YouTube or Wikipedia searches to uncover that contestant's illustrious professional past — and the public cries foul. Such "scandals" surrounded "American Idol" contestants Carly Smithson and Joanna Pacitti, who'd had major-label deals as teens, and "The X Factor" Season 1's Stacy Francis, who beca...  | More »

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