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Watch the Heartbreaking New Trailer for the Amy Winehouse Documentary

After a teaser trailer aired earlier this year, a full trailer for the biopic Amy—which focuses on the life, career, and untimely death of the singer Amy Winehouse—has been released. The two-minute preview is filled with her soulful voice and behind-the-scenes footage of her as she deals with the pitfalls of fame and a drug addiction that would ultimately take her life at the age of 27 in 2011. The film was shown as part of the Cannes Film Festival and has received generally positive reviews, but Winehouse's family and her former fiancé have spoken out against the movie, see more
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Watch: Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj's New Collabo "Feeling Myself"

Earlier today, Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé dropped an unexpected new song and an accompanying video—but there was a catch: It was available only on the subscription music-streaming service Tidal, which is, in part, owned by Beyoncé's husband, Jay Z. Like everything that Queen Bey and Ms. Minaj attach themselves to, the song is excellent, and the video has a slightly lo-fi, improvisational quality and appears to have been shot in Coachella during the city's eponymous music festival. But, the Internet giveth and the Internet taketh away and then the Internet giveth again, this time in the form of the see more
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B.B. King, the "King of the Blues," Dies at 89

The world will be a little less soulful today. Legendary blues musician B.B. King passed away last night in Las Vegas, reports the BBC. A masterful guitarist and vocalist, King was known for hit numbers that included "Why I Sing the Blues," "The Thrill Is Gone," "Rock Me Baby," and "Sweet Little Angel." Known as the King of the Blues, the Mississippi-born musician had a long, fruitful career that included more than 40 albums and 16 Grammys, one of which was a lifetime-achievement award. His influence can be heard in the music of many contemporary artists as well, with see more
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Tom Waits Gives David Letterman the Send-Off He Deserves

With all due respect to Adam Sandler's musical tribute to David Letterman earlier this week, when it comes to good-bye serenades, one really can't do much better in life than a farewell song from the legendary Tom Waits. A frequent guest on the show over the years, Waits hit the Ed Sullivan Theater stage once again to perform the fittingly titled "Take One Last Look"—and Letterman was clearly delighted, even if he was handcuffed to George Clooney the entire time (Clooney apparently would do anything to make sure Letterman never leaves his post). In fact, if Letterman hadn't been see more
Music

Dev Hynes on His New Album, Working Outside of Music, and the Film Project He Got Let Go From

You get the sense that there's a lot going on in the mind of Dev Hynes, the musician who performs under the name Blood Orange. On Monday, Hynes made headlines all over the Internet when he announced that he'd been fired from his latest project, a film score, and released the 45 minutes of music he'd composed for it on YouTube. In the caption, he wrote "No hard feelings." On Twitter, he simply said, "Now back to work on Blood Orange LP3." see more
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10 Reasons Miley Cyrus Is the Pop Star the World Needs Right Now

Last Tuesday, Miley Cyrus rolled out her first nonprofit organization, the Happy Hippie Foundation. The organization's manifesto reads like a call to arms: "We will challenge each other and the world & will stop pointless judgment." The mission? "Rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations." Time will tell if the organization meets that mission, but we wouldn't bet against it. With tens of millions of fans worldwide, the 22-year-old pop star has the ear of a generation -- and she's broadcasting her passions loudly. Here's why we think Cyrus may just see more
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Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully Sing a Duet. No, Really.

Perhaps the new X-Files reboot should double as a variety show? Stranger things have happened. And last night in New York City, an audience was serenaded by a duet from the hit show's former (and now future) stars, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. The concert was held in honor of Duchovny's debut album, Hell or High Water, but the crowd was treated to the special appearance when the actor-author welcomed Anderson on stage for the encore, a rendition of Neil Young's "Helpless." And as fate would have it, they were really good! Fox has already seen success with Glee see more
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Watch: Adam Sandler's Hysterical Farewell Song to David Letterman

If Adam Sandler's been looking for a way to remind people that he used to be funny (sorry, but Blended?!), then going on Letterman with his guitar to serenade the retiring late-night legend was actually a pretty clever move. Remember, before Jack and Jill, there was "Lunchlady Land" and "Red Hooded Sweatshirt"—and Sandler's ode to Dave was as close as a return to form as we've gotten from the actor-comedian in quite some time. And as with all of Sandler's best songs, there was perhaps a kernel of truth in the lyrics, particularly in the way he imagined what see more
Art

Drake Attends Sotheby's Art Exhibit He Helped Create

#ILikeItLikeThis A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on May 7, 2015 at 4:06pm PDT Well this was a beautiful blend of art and commerce. Last night Drake attended an event to promote Sotheby's latest auction, I Like it Like This, for which he created a soundtrack. The show is selling work by contemporary black artists including Glenn Ligon, Kara Walker, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Drake was charged with pairing each work with a piece of music. (A Kehinde Wiley painting, for example, teamed up with a song by A$AP Rocky.) You can see all the pieces for sale on see more
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Is Rihanna Secretly Cosplaying Super Mario Characters Right in Front of Us?

Very clever, bad girl Riri. Today, a giddy Redditor said that his incredibly observant girlfriend had "discovered that Rihanna is systematically cosplaying as all the characters of Mario Party." Admittedly, the conceit seemed shaky at best. But then he provided proof: From Princess Peach and Princess Daisy to Toad and even Mario himself, a slew of photos seem to suggest that Rihanna—style icon and queen of fashion—has been trolling us this whole time. Take a look at the images above for confirmation and then drop down to your knees and look to the sky and praise the genius powers of see more
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