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Was Aaliyah Overrated?

Was Aaliyah Overrated?
T-pain has some interesting thoughts on Aaliyah’s legacy.

While promoting his new mixtape, The Iron Way, T-Pain discussed one of the CD’s standout tracks, “Girlfriend” featuring unheard vocals by the late singer Aaliyah.

The Internet has been rumbling with opinions on whether T-Pain was worthy of having Aaliyah’s vocals on one of his tracks. T-Pain didn’t take these dissenting opinions too well when he gave a recent interview with Parlé Magazine.



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Tidal Officially Launched, Jay-Z Opens Up About Music’s Newest Innovation

Tidal Officially Launched, Jay-Z Opens Up About Music's Newest Innovation

What is the deal with the Tidal music streaming movement.

I use the term “movement” because some of music’s biggest acts united together for the sake of promoting and nurturing their art.
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Iggy Azalea Says “Pretty Girls” Is For Britney’s New Album

Iggy Azalea Says "Pretty Girls" Is For Britney's New Album

Iggy Azalea says “Pretty Girls” is for Britney’s new ALBUM. Say whaaat?

Despite manager Larry Rudolph telling Billboard a new Britney album is not a priority, Iggy Azalea says she won’t take the song for her next record because it’s going on Britney’s new record. Oh, and Iggy is co-directing the music video.
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Christina Aguilera and Nick Jonas To Perform Special Duets At 2015 ACM Awards

Christina Aguilera and Nick Jonas To Perform Special Duets At 2015 ACM Awards

Y’all ready for some country?

Since Taylor Swift probably won’t be making an appearance at the 2015 ACM Awards, it looks like the Academy of Country Music snagged up a few other pop stars to round of their already lengthy performance roster, including Christina Aguilera and Nick Jonas.

Get the scoop on their performances after the cut:
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