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Maggie Rogers drops new single “Want Want” ahead of ‘Surrender’—watch
Maggie Rogers drops new single “Want Want” ahead of ‘Surrender’—watch
Maggie Rogers has released a new single, "Want Want" alongside a music video. The track was shared ahead of her new album, Surrender, out July 29. The song was produced by Rogers, Kid Harpoon and Del Water Gap. Read more: Sudan Archives releases “Selfish Soul” music video—watch "Want Want" is a track whose dark accompaniment perfectly complements Roger's sharp, slightly twangy
Billie Eilish, Lizzo and more are set to headline Firefly Music Festival
Billie Eilish, Lizzo and more are set to headline Firefly Music Festival
Firefly Music Festival has announced its 2021 lineup. The iconic music festival will return this year for four days, taking place Sept. 23-26. The event will be held at the Woodlands at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. In total, the festival will host over 120 artists, along with a wide range of amenities and other experiences...
girl in red transforms the Weeknd’s hit into an angsty pop-punk song
girl in red transforms the Weeknd’s hit into an angsty pop-punk song
girl in red is back with another cover for fans. This time around, she has transformed the Weeknd’s hit single “Save Your Tears” into the ultimate pop-punk banger. The Norwegian singer has also debuted a powerful live performance of her recently released song “rue,” which is inspired by Zendaya’s character on HBO’s Euphoria. The new track appears on girl in red’s u...
Here’s why these 14 artists are supporting Joe Biden in the 2020 election
Here’s why these 14 artists are supporting Joe Biden in the 2020 election
The world is on edge as America prepares to have its presidential election Nov. 3 between Democratic nominee and former VP Joe Biden and controversial incumbent President Donald Trump. Many world-famous entertainers such as Star Wars' Mark Hamill and Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus are actively using their platforms to urge followers to vote and to mark their ballots for Biden and his VP running mate K
Dave Grohl mistaken for being in another band by confused bartender
Dave Grohl mistaken for being in another band by confused bartender
In a few tweets made by Maggie Rogers, the singer-songwriter says Dave Grohl was recently mistaken for being a part of her band. According to NME, Rogers was at a bar in Virginia Beach when the bartender asked the cursed question.  Read more: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ loses top MCU film rating on Rotten Tomatoes Of course, mistaking one of music's most prevalent icons is certainly something we have to