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The Worst Songs Ever, From ‘Blurred Lines’ to ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Bitch’

Some songs are truly, undeniably terrible, as Leah Kate's TikTok anti-sensation "Twinkle Twinkle" proves. But in 2022, can we ever be truly confident in naming the worst songs of all time?

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How Westside Boogie Learned To Accept His Own Growth

Following the release of his album More Black Superheroes, the Compton MC discusses the self-reflection it took to get there

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Addison Rae’s Family Drama, Explained

First, rumors began circulating about her dad. Now, the social media star's parents are going full cringe

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Reclaiming Her Story

Megan Thee Stallion Will Not Back Down

She's reigning over rap and pop culture while reeling from loss, violence, and a feeling of betrayal. Here, the superstar opens up about all of it like never before — including her most detailed interview yet on the shooting and its aftermath

Movie Review

‘Beast’: Idris Elba Battles the ‘Cujo’ of Lions

If you've ever wanted to see the man formerly known as Stringer Bell cold-cock the King of the Jungle, this survivalist thriller is the movie of your dreams

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‘House of the Dragon’ Is ‘Game of Thrones’ Minus the Fire

The highly anticipated prequel supplies all the palace intrigue of its parent series, with none of the wit or energy

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Doechii Is Rap’s Pointed, Provocative Next Big Thing

She has a major spotlight on her as the first female rapper on the label that brought you Kendrick Lamar and SZA. She couldn't be more ready

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The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time

For the first time in 17 years, we've completely remade our list of the best songs ever. More than 250 artists, writers, and industry figures helped us choose a brand-new list full of historic favorites, world-changing anthems, and new classics

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