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T-Pain and Usher have officially squashed their Auto-Tune beef. On Sunday, T-Pain invited Usher onstage at an Atlanta event celebrating Dave Chappelle’s forthcoming documentary, where he told the singer, “I love you, bro.”

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Top 15 punk albums of 1998? You’d be forgiven for thinking that there weren’t any in the year the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal dominated the news. A quick perusal of Billboard’s Hot 100 singles of the year sees domination by several R&B (Destiny’s Child, Janet Jackson, Usher, Mariah Carey) or hip-hop (Puff Daddy, Master P, […]

The post 1998’s top 15 punk albums simultaneously changed and preserved the form appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Billie Eilish, Ricky Martin, Metallica, Shawn Mendes, Lizzo, the Weeknd, and more also among star-studded list of artists For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Producer Chucky Thompson looks back on the making of Blige’s second album, which is celebrated in a new documentary released on Friday For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Tomorrow, Netflix is dropping a new eight-part series called This Is Pop. It features interviews with a whole array of superstars from throughout different years and definitions of pop music — ABBA, Shania Twain, Chuck D, Orville Peck, Backstreet Boys, and Blur are all represented, as are many other iconic names. Also included is a pretty sad story about Usher telling T-Pain he “fucked up music” and the fallout for T-Pain.

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From the risque to the raunchy to the banned, we count down the hottest, kinkiest, most talked-about clips from Beyonce, Prince, Madonna and more For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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Usually, when big stars put out remixes of their hits, the strategy is to line up appearances from a bunch of up-and-coming artists. The big hit from Justin Bieber’s recent album Justice is “Peaches,” which went to #1 back in April and which is sadly not a Presidents Of The United States Of America cover. On that song, Bieber already had appearances from up-and-comers Daniel Caesar and Giveon. For the remix, then, Bieber has apparently decided to put together the biggest R&B-radio hit of 2001.

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Track originally appeared on pop star’s latest album, Justice For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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Today, the internet was furious with Usher for seemingly going to a strip club and tipping dancers with fake money emblazoned not with the faces of historical American leaders but, instead, his own. It all started with a viral Instagram story from @beelOove, a dancer who insinuated Usher only tipped with these fake “Usher Bucks” and called for him to be “blasted” on social media over it. That’s exactly what happened, with the online powers that be calling for Usher to be cancelled.

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Track is a highlight of the R&B singer’s new EP, Neptune For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)