Meek Mill on Possibility of Retrial: 'I Will Be Free One Day'

Meek Mill said he hoped to “get my chance” in court soon after the Philadelphia District Attorney issued a statement saying he supported a new trial for the incarcerated rapper.

In an interview with Don Lemon on

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Kendrick Lamar's Pulitzer Win Is Worth Celebrating, But There's Still a Long Way to Go

At this point in his career, Kendrick Lamar isn’t exactly wanting for recognition. The Compton rapper has won dozens of awards, including 12 Grammys, a spot on Time‘s 100 Most Influential People list and a rock-solid position as his generation’s greatest rapper. Now he can add a Pulitzer Prize in Music to that list, the first ever by a pop musician of any kind. Without a doubt,

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Foo Fighters' Chris Shiflett on Band's Unpredictable New Tour

When the Foo Fighters hit the stage on any given night, they only sort of know what will happen. Dave Grohl will make a set list, mapping out each gig’s mega-length sets to include songs from each of the band’s albums and a spate of raucous covers, but the group’s guitarist, Chris Shiflett, says it’s only

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Harrowing Illness Almost Killed Doom Metal Titans Yob – But Gave Their Work New Life

In January 2017, Mike Scheidt missed an early appointment with death by only a few hours.

Scheidt’s immersive doom metal trio, Yob, had been at home in Eugene, Oregon, for about a month, resting after a brief tour with their spiritual antecedents, Neurosis. The time off was good for Scheidt: After a lifetime of struggles with depression, a regimen of exercise, diet and medication had

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