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Lip Sync Battle Metta World Peace v Skylar Astin Recap

NBA player Metta World Peace and Skylar Astin, star of Pitch Perfect 1 and 2 (interestingly not 3 – the trailer of which drops tomorrow) go head to head in a lip sync battle literally no one would put together. 148 more words

TV Review

DJ Khaled and the Art -- and Chart Smarts -- of the 'Featured' Guest

From TurboTax endorsements to Silk Soymilk ads, DJ Khaled is everywhere, all the time. No project is more crucial; however, than the June 23 Epic Records release of “Grateful,” his new album with such name-above-the-title artists as Future, 21 Savage, Migos, Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott, Alicia Keys, and more that will surely race to the top of the charts by week’s end. 1,100 more words

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Teen cancer patient fighting for her life, is asking for help in meeting Justin Bieber

UNCASVILLE —  An Uncasville teen, suffering from an aggressive bone cancer is compiling her bucket list, which includes a big time wish to meet the big name pop star,  504 more words

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The Week in Music: 6/23/2017

The Week in Music Politics:

Spotify this week angered a lot of people by running an ad (pictured above) that declared Justin Bieber the “Now Latin King,” since his Spanish-language remix of “Despacito” with Daddy Yankee went to #1. 568 more words

The Week In Music

Justin Bieber 'Latin King' ad pulled from Spotify

Is it too late now to say sorry? Spotify has pulled their controversial ad that referred to Justin Bieber as a “Latin King.”

In the latest… 565 more words

Entertainment

What Really Happens When 'Despacito' Plays On The Radio

By Jessica Reyes

When you don’t know the lyrics to ‘Despacito’ but that isn’t stopping you from enjoying your favorite song. Kinda how this video of two men listening to the number one song in the country must feel.   23 more words

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Spotify Did Some BullS%$t Posting "Justin Bieber Is “Now Latin King".....WTF!!!

(TIML NEWS) So, Spotify thinks Justin Bieber is next to take the Latin throne, and Latinos aren’t here for it. The online community raised a collective eyebrow (and backhand) and demanded the streaming conglomerate pull the advertisement reading: “Justin Bieber, Now Latin King.” 220 more words