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Jennifer Lopez hits the studio as she teases 'sexy' new music
Jennifer Lopez has hit the studio and teased some "sexy summer fun" is coming soon.

Keith Urban: 'At the beginning of the whole lockdown I was a bit frozen'
The one and only Keith Urban joined Baylen Leonard as the first ever guest on Absolute Radio Country this morning.

Rag'n'Bone Man reveals his favourite song of his own - and it isn't Human
Rag'n'Bone Man has confessed that he prefers 'Anywhere Away From Here' with Pink to his acclaimed hit 'Human'.

Loyle Carner, Jessie Ware and Harry Redknapp support Mayor's London Eats campaign
The Mayor of London’s year-long Let’s Do London campaign to bring people back to the capital kicks off its focus on the city’s diverse food and drink offering today with London Eats.

Janet Jackson's Scream outfit makes a big noise at auction
The item was part of a three-day Julien's Auctions event.

Rita Ora and Taika Waititi take romance public
The couple was pictured together for the first time on Sunday.

Eric Clapton 'feared he would never play again' after 'disastrous reactions' to COVID jab
Eric Clapton has opened up about the debilitating side effects he suffered from the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine and admitted he worried at one point he'd never get to play again.

Kylie Minogue to feature on a new version of Years and Years' Starstruck
Kylie Minogue has reportedly agreed to feature on a new rendition of Years & Years' 'Starstruck' with her long-time friend Olly Alexander.

Kim Kardashian snaps up Janet Jackson's If music video outfit for $25,000
Music icon Janet Jackson celebrated her 55th birthday on Sunday.

Bob Dylan Center set to open in 2022
The Bob Dylan Center has been in development for several years.

Bop Shop: Songs From Katy Perry, Joywave, The Marías, Wonho, And More
This week's Bop Shop features a return to empowerment pop from Katy Perry, a suburban summer cut from Joywave, Wonho's collaboration with Kiiara, a Skrillex smorgasbord, and more.

Miss E… So Addictive Unleashed Missy Elliott’s Future. 20 Years Later, We’re Still Catching Up
Missy Elliott, Timbaland, and Trina look back at the visionary artist's 2001 album 'Miss E... So Addictive,' a watershed moment that found her in full control of her message, her sound, and her visual identity.

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters, Tina Turner And More Will Be Inducted Into Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
The 2021 class of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees includes Jay-Z, Foo Fighters, Tina Turner, and more.

Bebe Rexha Goes Deeper: ‘People Need Real Right Now’
Pop whirlwind Bebe Rexha probes into herself (and what she's working to fix) on guest-heavy sophomore LP 'Better Mistakes.' 'I'm a grown woman now, and people need real right now,' she tells MTV News.

Bop Shop: Songs From Rostam, Saweetie, Brooke Eden, And More
This week's Bop Shop features a lovely pensive cut from Rostam, a new stadium-sports anthem from Saweetie, a Brooke Eden song for when you're smitten, and so much more.

Aly & AJ Step Back Into The Sun
Aly & AJ's first new album in 14 years finds the sisterly pair closer than ever and musically more in sync with their own vision of themselves. That includes signing off on merch, recording an explicit version of an old hit, and searching for vintage California inspiration.

Olivia Rodrigo Went From Plucking ‘The Climb’ On Guitar To The Top Of The Mountain
Olivia Rodrigo, MTV's Push artist for the month of May, talks about how her humble beginnings plucking Miley Cyrus's 'The Climb' and dreaded piano lessons built a foundation for her No. 1 success with 'Drivers License.'

Bop Shop: Songs From Billie Eilish, Ella Jay Basco And Ruby Ibarra, And More
This week's Bop Shop includes a quietly powerful statement from Billie Eilish, a new party remix courtesy of Little Mix and Saweetie, Ella Jay Basco and Ruby Ibarra's 'Gold' team-up, and more.

Girl In Red Thinks Your Sapphic TikToks Are Iconic
The Norwegian bedroom-pop star talks being part of a viral trend, writing about mental illness, and releasing her long-awaited debut album, 'If I Could Make It Go Quiet.'

Dawn Richard’s Electronic Reinvention Spans All Of New Orleans On Second Line
Dawn Richard's latest LP, 'Second Line,' pays homage to the liveliness of New Orleans parades while embodying a seductive blend of deep electronic sounds, with nods to trap, soul, and synthpop.


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