Hear Lykke Li's Two New 'So Sad So Sexy' Songs

Lykke Li unveiled two new songs from her upcoming album: “Two Nights,” featuring Portland rapper Aminé, and “Sex Money Feelings Die.” The Swedish singer’s So Sad So Sexy comes out June 8th via RCA.

“Two Nights” finds Lykke Li ruminating on the whereabouts of an absent partner. “Two nights

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How BTS Are Breaking K-Pop's Biggest Taboos

In modern South Korea, pop stars and politics don’t often mix. While some hip-hop acts (such as Epik High) address controversial topics, many idol groups stick to a slick, apolitical formula with a proven record of success.

BTS, who just became the

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Review: Dave Matthews Band's 'Come Tomorrow' Balances Sensitivity, Big-Tent Musicality

Though his star shone brightest in the Clinton era, Dave Matthews doesn’t seem too interested in indulging much Nineties nostalgia. His first album in six years features just a few of DMB’s least-attractive jam-funk impulses: “Can’t Stop” rides a rote groove and sentiment (“I’m like a junkie for you, babe”), and on the faux-metal stomper “She,” Matthews unconvincingly growls the line, “She

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