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"Paper Planes" has been named Pitchfork's No. 3 song of the decade and it's in the trailer for the new Michael Moore movie. It's probably time to retire this thing.
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Or does that just mean people won't be able to afford any other concerts all summer?
M.I.A. is a confirmed performer at next month's Coachella.
They're offering to let her perform in a 'large bed' onstage.
At first he was worried about the spots covering all the right, uh, spots.
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Plus: Kanye asks why people just won't let him be great.
This track feels as at-home on the subway as it does on the subcontinent.
The world is still reeling this morning after last night's announcement of the astonishingly non-terrible Grammy nominations.
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Now if only R. Kelly, Helen Mirren, and Ben Silverman would all announce some project together, Vulture could take the rest of the week off.
Addressing revelers on the balcony, the Franz Ferdinand singer's voice took on the tone of an angry schoolmarm: 'The Fire Department wants to shut the party down.'