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Justin Bieber Releases New Single, 'Mistletoe.' Listen Here!

It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas! The holiday season has started early this year with the release of Justin Bieber's new holiday single, "Mistletoe," which premiered this morning on Ryan Seacrest's radio show and is now available for download on iTunes. You can also check out the video sneak peak from the studio that he posted yesterday on Twitter.


Jay-Z And Kanye West Drop 'Otis'

Otis is back, Otis is back! The King of Soul may have passed 40-plus years ago, but Jay-Z and Kanye West have resurrected Redding's spirit on a new track off their highly anticipated Watch the Throne LP.


S&M! Nun rape! Lady Gaga is back!

S&M! Nun rape! Lady Gaga is back!

Lady Gaga's new music video for her single "Alejandro" is chock full of bed-ridden S&M imagery that makes it look like the softcore answer to "The Matrix." Oh, and let's not forget, the nun rape.


Glambert Debuts New Single: Are You Entertained?

Just in time for Halloween, the Glampire himself has loosed upon the ever-critical Interwebs the first single/title track from his debut album. Described by Adam Lambert as "dance music with a glam-rock shuffle beat," "For Your Entertainment" premiered on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show this morning and is currently streaming on Lambert's official site.


New Michael Jackson single debuts online

New Michael Jackson single debuts online

Michael Jackson returned to the airwaves Monday with a new song - the first from an upcoming musical documentary featuring the troubled superstar....


John Mayer Offers First Listen to “Battle Studies” Single “Who Says”

John Mayer premiered the first single off his new album Battle Studies, “Who Says,” on his official Website, alerting fans to his new song with a tweet that reads, “From my heart to yours.” The sweet little acoustic folk ballad starts off innocently, reminding fans of Continuum favorites like “Stop This Train” and “Heart ...


Britney Spears’ Racy “If U Seek Amy” Hits the Radio, Angers Parents

Britney Spears’ Racy “If U Seek Amy” Hits the Radio, Angers Parents

The Parents Television Council is livid that Britney Spears’ cunningly titled “If U Seek Amy” is getting radio play, despite the fact that the title and lyrics essentially say “F-U-C-K Me.” Parents in Australia first complained about the song’s content, and now that the track has become the third single off Circus, American parents ...


Britney Spears' "Womanizer" Gets Cover Treatment

The All-American Rejects and singer Lily Allen put their spin on the track


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