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RS Charts: Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion Hold off Justin Bieber in Race for Number One
28 Sep 2020

Bieber's new collaboration with Chance the Rapper couldn't out-stream "WAP"

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Bright Eyes Perform ‘Down in the Weeds’ Tracks for NPR ‘Tiny Desk Concert’
28 Sep 2020

Band also offered a fresh take on People's Key favorite "Shell Games"

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Billie Eilish Documentary to Premiere in Theaters in February 2021
28 Sep 2020

Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry will also be available to stream on Apple TV Plus

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Butch Vig on Why ‘Who’s Next’ ‘Didn’t Sound Like Any Other Record’
28 Sep 2020

"I was fascinated by how they put their sound together," drummer-producer says of the Who as he reflects on their classic 1971 LP

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Hear Bat for Lashes’ Stunning Cover of the Carpenters’ ‘We’ve Only Just Begun’
28 Sep 2020

Track was recorded in Los Angeles during pandemic lockdown

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Rob Halford Recalls ‘George Michael Moment’ After Public Sex Arrest in Memoir Excerpt
28 Sep 2020

"This is it! I’ve fucked up! It’s going to be in the papers! I’ve lost everything!" Judas Priest singer writes in upcoming book Confess

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RS Country Music Picks: Week of September 28th
28 Sep 2020

Songs by Canaan Smith, Caitlyn Smith with Old Dominion, and Liv Charette

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RS Charts: Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Returns to Number One
28 Sep 2020

Alicia Keys' 'Alicia' leads four new albums in the Top Ten

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Rolling Stone 500: Vampire Weekend Age Gracefully on ‘Modern Vampires of the City’
28 Sep 2020

Fueled by post-breakup malaise and "vibe-y old skeleton art," the once-trendy college band showed its staying power on its third LP

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Amanda Shires on Why She Wrote a Song About Abortion
28 Sep 2020

"The Problem," a collaboration with Jason Isbell, imagines a couple having an honest, difficult conversation

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