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Ludacris and Tyrese Gibson in F9
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‘Fast & Furious’ Movies: How to Watch, Stream Online

How to Watch The Fast and the Furious (2001) The first installment of the Fast and Furious series is available to rent or buy on Amazon here, and on iTunes here. The Fast and the Furious can also be streamed online on HBO Max here and Hulu here. How to Watch 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) 2 Fast 2 Furious

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Alamo Records, Home to Rod Wave, Lil Durk, Trades UMG for Sony Music
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Alamo Records, Home to Rod Wave, Lil Durk, Trades UMG for Sony Music

UPDATED: Alamo Records, the label imprint run by industry veteran Todd Moscowitz, is leaving its joint venture partnership at Universal Music Group for Sony Music Entertainment. SME today announced that it has acquired a majority stake in Alamo, which is home to such acts as Rod Wave, Blackbear and Lil Durk. Moscowitz, a former top

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Brie Larson
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Brie Larson Covers Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Jealousy, Jealousy’

Captain Marvel herself Brie Larson honored Olivia Rodrigo’s songwriting superpower with a special cover tribute. “Thank you @Olivia_Rodrigo for giving the world your words,” Larson wrote before strumming her guitar for her stripped-down acoustic version of “Jealousy, Jealousy,” from Rodrigo’s blockbuster Billboard 200 No. 1 debut album Sour, before letting out a sweet laugh at the end when

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damon and naomi
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Damon and Naomi Announce ‘A Sky Record’ With Dreamy Folk-Pop Single

Damon & Naomi, the long-running duo of former Galaxie 500 members Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang, are back to make all your folk-pop dreams melt into the sunset. They recorded A Sky Record with their friend and frequent collaborator Michio Kurihara on electric guitar; it’s out August 6th on their own 20-20-20 label, and in

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J. Cole
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J. Cole Announces The Off-Season Tour With 21 Savage

J. Cole announced the dates for his 17-city The Off-Season Tour on Tuesday (June 22), which will feature 21 Savage and special guest Morray on select dates. The Live Nation-produced outing is slated to kick off on Sept. 24 in Miami at FTX Arena, and will criss-cross the country, with dates in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston,

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Walter Becker, left, and Donald Fagen are Steely Dan, shown in Los Angeles, Oct. 29, 1977. They say they've never really produced commercial music - music conceived and packaged strictly with an eye on the charts. "Aja," their first album in nearly two years, is experiencing brisk sales. Their music is not in the form of jazz, nor is it a technical fusion of rock and jazz - it's solid rock made with the free light spirit of jazz. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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Yacht Rock: Album, Record Guide

Summer’s here and time is right for dancing … on the deck of a large nautical vessel. During the late Seventies and early Eighties, the radio was dominated by silver-tongued white-dude crooners with names like Rupert and Gerry, emoting over balmy R&B beats, swaying saxes, and dishwasher-clean arrangements. Though it didn’t have a name, the

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Quinn Coleman
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Recording Academy and Grammy Museum Launch Scholarship

Lee, the late Coleman’s mom, said in a statement, “Quinn’s creativity defied labels and expectations. In the mixing of songs shared during nights as ‘DJ Spicoli,’ in the creation of his genre-blending festival Trillectro, which brought together musicians rarely placed together on the same lineup, and in countless other collaborations and projects, Quinn had the

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse are working on a new album
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Neil Young Is Recording a New Album With Crazy Horse

Neil Young and Crazy Horse have begun work on a follow-up to their 2019 LP Colorado. “Crazy Horse is back in the barn now,” Young wrote in the Neil Young Archives. “Shaking off the rust…It’s been a long time since we have been together, and more than a few tears have been shed.” They’re recording

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis’ ‘Carnage’ Challenges For U.K. Chart Crown

Cave, the ARIA Hall of Fame inducted singer and songwriter, and Ellis, the dynamic Dirty Three violinist, have been bandmates in the Bad Seeds and Grinderman, and they’ve jointly composed film scores. Carnage is their first entire album of works as a duo, and it reenters the midweek U.K. chart at No. 2, just behind

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