“With every death of a Black person at the hands of the police,” she writes, “there are two real tragedies: the death itself, and the inaction and the delays that follow it.”
Music to Be Murdered By features a line mocking the Manchester terror attack.
Seven years after the tragic mass shooting, those still living with the trauma want the studio to donate to charities.
The singer’s note comes as the reunited metalcore band wraps up a successful fall tour.
Sharon Osbourne is incensed with AEG despite her and Ozzy dropping their lawsuit against the company.
Spotify recently removed R. Kelly and XXXTentacion, two artists with a long history of sexual misconduct and domestic abuse, from its playlists and algorithmic recommendations.
Members of Artists for Palestine UK have written Cave an open letter: “Don’t go – not while apartheid remains.”
The Baton Rouge rapper broke his silence for the first time since being incarcerated in October 2016.
“I intend to keep the music we created together alive as long as I can with the Steely Dan band.”
“We had a fairytale life and now it has turned into some sick Shakespearean tragedy.”
Former bandmates pay tribute to their late frontman in heartfelt open letter.
“I’m so selfishly sad that I’ll never get to see you again, never play with you again, never feel the bask of your approval…”