Synth-pop track highlights Lipa's upcoming, self-titled debut LP
McCartney wrote "tongue-in-cheek" song on his father's piano at age 16
German revenge movie, named after 'Rated R' track, marks rocker's first film score
Love it or loathe it song turns 25 years old this month
Former One Directioner on why he and Don Henley call each other "dad" and "son"
Horror flicks, hot docs and a long-awaited hip-hop biopic – your alternative guide to what to see at a theater near you this summer
"I Drive Your Truck" singer will perform at Budweiser's Salute to Service concert in Charleston, South Carolina, on May 29th
From the Iron Throne to the Black Lodge – Rob Sheffield lays out your complete must-see viewing guide for the season
Song is second single from singer's forthcoming solo debut album, 'The Hurting The Healing The Loving'
Oasis co-founder opens up about hometown tragedy in radio interview
Singer-songwriter talks performing in the city one day after bombing at Ariana Grande concert
'Should Transparent Become a Musical?' will feature performances from Soloway, comedian Megan Amram and more
"I rented this house in Miami and had all these producers fly out. ... I just looked up and realized that I had the whole radio in my living room"
Billy Ray's youngest daughter (and Miley's little sister) will release her debut album, 'NC-17,' later this year
MC signs record deal with Interscope, preps three new songs
With anti-marijuana Governor Chris Christie's departure quickly approaching, advocates in the state are getting ready for full legalization
Ninth annual trek supporting agricultural communities launches September 28th, with guest Jon Pardi
Jack Antonoff unveils Bruce Springsteen-influenced track from upcoming album, 'Gone Now'
Gene Simmons, Pee-Wee Herman and Corey Feldman all did their part in the Reagan war on drugs
Presidential budget released this week proposes slashing Medicaid by as much as $1.4 trillion