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Pop & HissSkylar Grey steps into spotlight at a Roxy debut showcase....
24 FramesMoviegoers weren't interested in shelling out their hard-earned money to see Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks in "Larry Crowne" at the box office over the summer. But judging by today's People's Choice Awards nominations, the two are still some of the most...
Show TrackerA recap of 'The X Factor' on which the top 11 -- including Astro, Drew, Rachel Crow, Melanie Amaro, Josh Krajcik and Marcus Canty -- performed....
Show TrackerJennifer Lopez not in the Bronx for Fiat commercial...
Pop & HissAlbum Review: Yelawolf's "Radioactive" written by August Brown....
Pop & HissNews trickles out of Dr. Dre's Aftermath compound in sporadic, unreliable bursts, but Friday yielded a rare little dispatch. To refresh your memory, "Detox" has been "almost done" for a decade, and half of its original collaborators are probably planning....
Gil Scott-Heron, a singer, songwriter, poet and author whose social commentary and combination of spoken words with musical grooves are widely cited as a seminal influence on rap music, died Friday. He was 62. The Associated Press reported that a friend,...
Lakers BlogThe two men are different. Former Lakers center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar became the master of the sky hook, while rapper Eminem just mastered dropping hooks. Abdul-Jabbar is the author of seven books, mostly on African American history, while Eminem is the...
Pop & HissLady Gaga's video for "The Edge of Glory" hadn’t even premiered Thursday and there was controversy. And it started with a simple tweet. "I did NOT direct Lady Gaga's 'Edge of Glory' video. Lady Gaga did," popular music video director......
Pop & HissGil Scott-Heron, whose late 1960s and early '70s poetry set to rhythmic jazz music, especially "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised," was one of the most important and obvious inspirations for rap music, has died, according to his British publisher.........
Show TrackerRemember when the tag line for "The Voice" was "Close your eyes. Open your ears"? Originally, the idea was that blind auditions would help the judges choose a talent without getting distracted by looks. But last night, as the battle-rounds......
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