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Duran Duran think their racy music videos would get them 'cancelled' today
Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon has claimed the band's racy 1980s music videos like 'Girls On Film' would get them "cancelled" in today's climate.

Slash announces new single The River Is Rising
Slash is releasing new single 'The River Is Rising' with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators later this week.

Kanye West legally changes name to Ye
In August, the 44-year-old rapper filed a petition in California to legally change his name from Kanye Omari West to the mononym 'Ye'.

The Weeknd pushes back tour to summer 2022
The Weeknd has pushed back his 'After Hours Til Dawn' tour for a third time, and he has expanded the run of shows to stadiums.

David Ellefson is 'content and happy' after Megadeth exit
David Ellefson feels "perfectly content and happy" months after his departure from Megadeth.

Adele celebrating new album with One Night Only concert special
Adele One Night Only will air in the U.S. on 14 November.

Vince Neil 'home and resting' after breaking ribs in concert fall
Vince Neil has suffered an injury setback ahead of Motley Crue's long-delayed tour.

Coldplay heading for ninth Number 1 album with 'Music of the Spheres'
Coldplay are kicking off the bumper quarter four schedule in impressive fashion this week, with Music of the Spheres on course to enter the Official Albums Chart at Number 1.

Tony Bennett earns Guinness World Record for Lady Gaga collaboration
Last month, the 95-year-old musician teamed up with the Chromatica hitmaker to release Love For Sale.

Jack White to release first new solo music in three years tonight
Jack White is releasing his first new music in three years this evening (18.10.21) in the form of the new single, 'Taking Me Back'.

M83’s Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming Arrived At The Perfect Moment
With his sixth album as M83 in 2011, French indie-pop savant Anthony Gonzalez reached skyward and grabbed a lifeline to the mainstream trends. 'Hurry Up, We're Dreaming,' led by its massive single 'Midnight City,' set the tone for the sound of the 2010s.

Kris Floyd Is Stepping Into His Own Spotlight
Tainy protege and reggaetón maestro Kris Floyd steps into his own spotlight on debut LP 'La Última Vez Que' after working on songs for Selena Gomez and Lauren Jauregui. He tells MTV News about making the jump.

Bop Shop: Songs From Adele, CKay, Orion Sun, And More
This week's Bop Shop features a the swoon-worthy return of Adele, a resurged 2019 cut from CKay, a moony new cut from Orion Sun (produced by Rostam), and more.

Finneas, Ever The Optimist, Still Gets Goosebumps Hearing Songs He Wrote
Best known as the brother and main collaborator of Billie Eilish, Finneas has stepped into the solo spotlight with debut album 'Optimist,' an electronic-minded pop release that shows he's wise beyond his years. He tells MTV News about making it.

Chelsea Cutler Is Breaking Up With Sad Songs
The singer has a misguided reputation as a sad-song factory. But on her album 'When I Close My Eyes,' she leans into love, and a newfound sense of self-acceptance.

Remi Wolf Recorded Juno In Isolation. Now It’s Time To Party
Remi Wolf, the L.A. alt-pop whiz kid behind exuberant, funky hits 'Liquor Store' and 'Front Tooth,' recorded her debut album 'Juno' in isolation during the pandemic. She talks to us about balancing that energy with a return to the live stage.

Adele Finally Announces Her New Album 30, And It’ll Be Here Very Soon
Adele finally announces her fourth album, '30,' set to be released on November 19, with a highly personal note about her own journey in making it.

No One Else Sounds Like Alice Longyu Gao, Period
Electro-pop artist Alice Longyu Gao tells MTV News about her long, winding road to 'High Dragon and Universe,' her staggeringly unique debut LP made with help from 100 gecs's Dylan Brady.

Bop Shop: Songs From Mitski, Blackstarkids, Eartheater, And More
This week's Bop Shop features the return of Mitski, Phoebe Bridger's Bo Burnham cover, new jams from Eartheater, Remi Wolf, Blackstarkids, and more.

Aespa’s Savage Science Fiction
The first K-pop group with AI avatars, Aespa blends the real and virtual on the mini-album 'Savage.' Members Giselle, Winter, Karina, and Ningning break it down for MTV News.


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