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Five years ago, "Call Me Maybe" hit No. 1. Little did we know what Carly Rae Jepsen had in store for us.
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'Call Me Maybe': Behind The Song Of The Summer Of 2012

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According to Jawara McIntosh's family, the resulting brain injuries from the beating were so severe that he has been comatose ever since.
According to Jawara McIntoshs family the resulting brain injuries from the beating

Peter Tosh's Son Beaten Into Coma In New Jersey Jail

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Prodigy was one of us, the way Tupac was one of us, the way Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest was one of us. He was a spokesperson, a truth-teller.
Prodigy was one of us the way Tupac was one of us

Prodigy And The America That Raised Him

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Twenty years ago, NPR All Things Considered said promising upstart British band Radiohead was "increasingly popular" stateside. Yeah, we'd say so.
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Hear Radiohead Talk About 'OK Computer' In A 1997 Interview

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There's a fierceness both in subject and sound and source wrapped into the 51 minutes of Algiers' record, 'The Underside Of Power,' out today.
Theres a fierceness both in subject and sound and source wrapped into

Algiers Unpacks Its Kaleidscopically Dense 'The Underside of Power' Track By Track

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The Blind Boys of Alabama have always had a unique ability to craft music that feels fresh, even after seven decades.
The Blind Boys of Alabama have always had a unique ability to

Blind Boys Of Alabama Announce 'Almost Home' — Hear Four Songs Now

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Grizzly Bear's new record, 'Painted Ruins' is due out Aug. 18.
Grizzly Bear's new record 'Painted Ruins' is due out Aug 18

Grizzly Bear's New Song, 'Four Cypresses,' Is A Foreboding Look At A World In Chaos

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Long before the days of "Despacito" or "I'm The One," there was Felix Mendelssohn's overture.
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Meet Felix Mendelssohn, Composer Of The Original Song Of The Summer

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The orchestra's venue has become one of the most talked-about buildings in Europe, in part because of its stratospheric price tag of more than $840 million.
The orchestras venue has become one of the most talkedabout buildings in

Philharmonic Flip-Flop: Conductor Alan Gilbert Trades New York For Hamburg

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Jade Jackson's debut was produced by Mike Ness of Social Distortion. Hear her perform on World Cafe.
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The Secret's Out On Jade Jackson

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Oumou Sangare makes a new album only when she's good and ready, which shows in the landmark 'Mogoya.'
Oumou Sangare makes a new album only when shes good and ready

Mali's Oumou Sangaré Keeps Speaking Out On 'Mogoya'

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Watch KEVIN MORBY perform "Crybaby" from his new LP, 'City Music,' at KCRW.
Watch KEVIN MORBY perform "Crybaby" from his new LP 'City Music' at KCRW

Watch Kevin Morby Perform 'Crybaby' Live In The Studio

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A national debate has erupted following the death of the revolutionary, whose music has aided the long-time leader of the southern African country.
A national debate has erupted following the death of the revolutionary whose

The Conflicted Legacy Of Zimbabwean Musician And Revolutionary 'Chinx' Chingaira

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“Maybe I’ve gotten to a place where I can engage with my father’s music and still feel like I can be myself within it," saxophonist and composer Joshua Redman says.

From the mid-’70s to the mid-‘80s, the members of Old and New Dreams, including Joshua’s father Dewey Redman, paid homage of a sort to Ornette Coleman, in whose band they had previously played. Joshua Redman decided that he would...
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HAIM, patron saints of roséwave, shimmy down the street until they burst the final chorus wide open.
HAIM patron saints of roséwave shimmy down the street until they burst

HAIM Walks The Streets Of Its Hometown For 'Want You Back' Video

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Kali Uchis depicts an oasis born not so much out of lust or lethargy, but out of a primal necessity.
Kali Uchis depicts an oasis born not so much out of lust

Kali Uchis' 'Tyrant' Is A Love Letter To Summer 2017

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New music from three ATLiens – Young Thug, Big Boi and 2 Chainz – showcases Atlanta's decade-plus stranglehold on reinvention and innovation.
New music from three ATLiens Young Thug Big Boi and 2 Chainz

Young Thug, Big Boi And 2 Chainz Channel Atlanta's History Of Transmutation

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Bad Boy Records and its founder, Sean "Diddy" Combs helped to shape much of what we take for granted in pop culture.
Bad Boy Records and its founder Sean Diddy Combs helped to shape

'Can't Stop, Won't Stop': Bad Boy Records Is A Generation's Soundtrack

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Oratorio San Felipe Neri, a church right in the middle of Old Havana, is one of the city's central spots for music. It's also where Simone Dinnerstein performed with the Havana Lyceum Orchestra.
Oratorio San Felipe Neri a church right in the middle of Old

Mozart And 'The Peanut Vendor' In Havana

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