Says Al: 'It's a parody of a song that very recently was (or perhaps still is) the number one song in the country.'
His new album is no longer coming out on the Somethingth of November.
The Toronto act will take over a Lower East Side storefront.
First his boring ESPN blog, now he's hanging out with Pete Wentz?
BET bets viewers are more interested in what happens behind the industry scenes than the actual music its producing.
Sadly, we won't get to watch the spectacle of Steve Jobs following through on his threat to shut down iTunes.
Plus Santogold, Banjos, and Radiohead — oh my.
Snider is guesting on IFC’s mockumentary-ish show 'Z-Rock' this Sunday.
Hot on the heels of yesterday's talk that her album was delayed comes the rumor that her singles are now delayed too. Uh-oh.
The Houston Rockets forward has teamed with some reputable D.J.'s, and we fear his work may be relevant.
Congress has passed a bill that might be the jaws of life for Internet radio.
He's trying to finish his album, but Def Jam keeps distracting him with "denim parties."
The National Music Publishers' Association has requested a hike in royalty rates, and Apple has said that could force it to shut down iTunes.
Plus: John Legend and Estelle pair up, and Bon Iver goes Swedish.
No rap show would be complete without a parade of guests — and T.I. brought out some biggies: Lupe Fiasco, Swizz Beatz, and — Hov! — Jay-Z.
Insiders say she's not completing her latest album on time, but with a lucrative film career ahead of her, that probably doesn't matter.
He'll be releasing an iPhone-based version of the video game Tap Tap Revolution, featuring NIN tracks.
Like one of their songs, the seminal jam band just keeps on going.
The more they tell us that the R&B singer is making a return, the less we're convinced.
The band is streaming their new album on MySpace, a full week before it drops in stores.
Plus: Mercury Rev's solid new single and a soukous ditty for the election.
The musician looks back on his older material and wonders who that guy was.
You can now listen to the entirety of Dylan's forthcoming double-disc rarities collection, making your cubicle a mellower place.
Corporate giants have kindly united in an effort to show us all how to actually pay for stuff online.