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British songstress Charli XCX wants to collaborate with Rita Ora.
Outspoken rapper Azealia Banks has blasted her critics and accused them of misogyny over her online spat with Eminem.
British rockers Kasabian are the ones to beat at the 2015 NME Awards after landing eight nominations.
British rockers Jethro Tull are in the country for five shows - frontman Ian Anderson speaks on how thrilled he is to be in New Zealand.
Sol3 Mio beat Lorde to top the official New Zealand album chart of 2014, according to data collection agency RadioScope.
Rap entrepreneur 50 Cent has inked a US$78 million deal with new underwear brand RevolutionWear Frigo.
From Lorde to Shia to Eminem, David Farrier and Daniel Rutledge discuss the best entertainment news stories of 2014 on Firstline.
New Zealanders are a curious bunch. We want to know more about Ebola, the new iPhone 6, Robin Williams and where we eventually put Balclutha.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp is under investigation by the US Secret Service after he threatened to assassinate Barack Obama in a lengthy tirade.
Green Day, Lou Reed and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts are among the acts to be inducted into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year.
Lorde's 'Yellow Flicker Beat' and three numbers by Bret McKenzie are on the shortlist for Oscars contention as Best Original Song.
Lily Allen pretended to be Baby Jesus in a recent show that has been slammed as "tasteless, disrespectful and crass" by Christians.
Bob Geldof has written a newspaper article encouraging the public to ignore criticism of the recent Band Aid single and buy the track to raise money to tackle the Ebola crisis.
Usher is using his tour to protest American police brutality, wearing an 'I Can't Breathe' T-shirt in honour of Eric Garner.
Beyonce is facing legal action from a Hungarian folk singer over allegations her vocals were illegally sampled on 'Drunk In Love'.
Swedish pop stars ABBA have refused to lend the first vinyl of their hit single 'Waterloo' to an exhibition marking the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Monday night's shows at the Sydney Opera House have been cancelled due to the nearby Martin Pl siege.
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