Music

The “Space Jam: A New Legacy” soundtrack has just been announced … and it’s filled with features from today’s biggest stars — from Lil Wayne to the Jonas Brothers to Kirk Franklin and more!!! Of course, the first “Space Jam” soundtrack is a classic — with iconic songs like Seal‘s “Fly Like An Eagle” getting radio spins to this day. Now, the LeBron James-led flick has brought on some of the hottest names in the
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Meg Thee Stallion‘s new music video ridicules, harasses and runs over a politician — and it also has GOP politician DeAnna Lorraine feeling like there’s a target on her back. Lorraine, a former California candidate for the U.S. House, tells TMZ … she thinks MTS is potentially referring to her in the new “Thot S**t” music video, which Meg dropped last week. Play video content TMZ.com Lorraine says she feels that way given their past
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Play video content Gunna‘s gonna need a neck brace and darker shades after his star-studded birthday bash … ’cause that’s a lot of shiny bling around his neck and wrists. The Georgia rapper turned 28 on Monday and went all out for his birthday event, which kicked off with dinner at an Aston Martin dealership — his guests dined inside a freakin’ vault! That makes sense … since there were stacks on stacks on stacks
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Turns out Jay-Z CAN knock the hustle … or at least he’s trying to ’cause he claims in a new lawsuit the photographer who shot his debut album cover is making tons of dough off the rapper’s back. The music mogul is suing Jonathan Mannion and his company, Jonathan Mannion Photography LLC, claiming Mannion’s exploiting Jay-Z’s name and image without the rapper’s consent. In docs, obtained by TMZ, Jay says Mannion has Hova’s name and
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Nashville country icons Kix Brooks (left) and Ronnie Dunn (right) — better known as Brooks & Dunn — swept through the south and across the country in 1991 with their debut album Brand New Man … which included some serious stand-out singles including “Neon Moon,” “Brand New Man” … and of course “Boot Scootin’ Boogie.” Before they decided to retire in 2009, the iconic cowboys went on to release over ten albums and headline tours
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