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Prince died of an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller that is up to 50 times more potent than heroin, autopsy results released Thursday show.
Madonna on Thursday triumphed in a copyright case concerning her song "Vogue," in a victory for artists seeking to use samples.
Photographer Rasic heads home to celebrate Bowie
In 1983, a young photographer from Belgrade was trying to make his name in London when he captured David Bowie's hotly-anticipated return to rock.
British retailer Marks & Spencer declared it would stop playing background music in its shops on Wednesday in a move hailed as a victory by anti-noise campaigners.
Music Review: The groove's still the thing for Paul Simon
No `60s folkie has written more great music for dancing than Paul Simon, and at 74 he still wants us to feel the beat. "Stranger to Stranger" showcases Rhymin' Paul's polyrhythms in new, exotic combinations by employing custom-made instruments with microtonal tunings created by 20th century composer and theorist Harry Partch.
Review: Beth Orton turns to nature on electronic 'Kidsticks'
Beth Orton's sixth album, "Kidsticks," amalgamates electronic sounds with profuse references to nature, counterparts evenly matched in the intriguing mix.
Elton John doesn't see Putin, hopes for future meet
Elton John regrets he didn't get to meet President Vladimir Putin during his current trip to Moscow, but says he's looking forward to meeting the Russian leader in the future to discuss LGBT issues.
The rapper Belly, a Canadian of Palestinian origin, canceled a coveted appearance on a late-night U.S. television show as a protest against fellow guest Donald Trump.
Jay Z has responded publicly one month later to his wife Beyonce's album "Lemonade" that hints at his infidelity -- and like her, he is doing so in song.
A Hungarian artist is seeking more than US$2.5 million from Kanye West, saying the rap superstar's track "New Slaves" sampled his music without permission or royalties.
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