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Ariana Grande’s Tour Photo Agreement Prompts Protest by News Outlets

Ariana Grande has created a stir with a highly restrictive photo agreement for her upcoming Sweetener tour that has photographers crying foul. A number of news outlets — including the Associated…

‘Tonight Show’ Music Booker Jonathan Cohen to Exit, No Replacement Announced

He started working with Fallon on 'Late Night' in 2009.

Afroman Remixes ‘Because I Got High’ in Support of Marijuana Legalization

"It made me feel good, but I came to understand it helps economically, socially, everything"

Man Charged With Selling Bad Molly to Electric Zoo 2013 Attendees (Report)

A Buffalo, N.Y., resident, 23-year-old Patrick Morgan, has been arrested for suspected drug dealing at the EDM festival last year.

Producer: Tupac Musical ‘Holler If Ya Hear Me’ Not Closing This Weekend

Jessica Green responds to a report claiming that the show will end early due to low ticket sales.

Big Boi Announces New Deal With Epic Records

This news follows the artist's deal with Jordan Feldstein's Career Artist Management, unveiled in March.

Spotify Removes Silent Album by Vulfpeck (Report)

The band stood to earn about $18,000 from users streaming the album's tracks.

DJ Rashad Dies of Drug Overdose

A pioneer of footwork, juke-informed house music, his death comes weeks after that of another Chicago legend, Frankie Knuckles.

White House Responds to Justin Bieber Deportation Petition

"Deport Justin Bieber and Revoke His Green Card" received almost 275,000 signatures after the singer's January arrest in Miami for DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license.

De La Soul Gives Away Entire Catalog for Free

The group is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its debut album, "3 Ft High."

Michael Alexander Promoted to SVP of International, Island Def Jam, Motown and Republic Records

The former IDJ vice president has worked on campaigns of such artists as Fall Out Boy, Rihanna, the Killers, and Kanye West.

Rap-A-Lot Records Signs with RED Distribution

Founded in 1986, the label was instrumental in the recognition of "gangsta rap" and Southern hip-hop and is currently home to rappers Joey Bada$$ and Kendrick Lamar.