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Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale Are Divorcing

Longtime No Doubt singer and The Voice star Gwen Stefani has filed from divorce from husband Gavin Rossdale, according to TMZ.

The couple, married in 2002, reportedly filed divorce documents at the same time, with Stefani citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split. The couple has three kids — Kingston, age 9,  Zuma, age 6 and 1-year-old Apollo — with both parties asking for joint support.

According to TMZ, the couple reportedly did not have a prenuptial agreement. Under California law, the couple must split their jointly-held properties 50/50.

Stefani hasn’t released a solo album since 2006’s The Great Escape, but had originally plotted her newest, as-yet-untitled album for release earlier this year. “I wasn’t gonna bring back the Harajuku Girls,” Stefani told Rolling Stone last year, referring to her former Japanese backup dancers. “You kind of run out of ideas. After a while, you’re just competing with yourself.”

An admittedly rough pregnancy and the birth of Apollo caused Stefani to have a career — and life — turning point and new desire to record. The singer enlisted fellow Voice star Pharrell Williams and recorded two songs. “Shine,” a breezy ballad Williams and Stefani wrote for the computer-animated film comedy Paddington, also came out late last year, but the singer has yet to announce a release date for the new album. In February, Stefani unveiled the ballad “Start a War” at her first solo show in eight years

Bush released their sixth album, Man on the Run, last year. In an interview with Rolling Stone last year, Rossdale discussed his relationship with Stefani. “She’s taught me how to be a better person,” he said. Rossdale also discussed how Stefani kept him humble with her own superstar success. “You might come in with two of something, and she’s got 12 of something,” he said.

FILA and Pink Dolphin Come Together For the Vintage Cage

FILA and Pink Dolphin look to remind consumers of the cool, summer breezy days with their upcoming collaboration on the vintage Cage silhouette.

Teaming up for the first time, the two brands collaborated on the classic streetball silhouette for a brand new iteration. Compromised of a sleek all white premium tumbled leather upper and back cage, the sneaker features a tri-color midsole blend of Aruba Blue, Fiery Coral and Electric Blue. Consisting of round laces, customized top eyelets, nylon collar lining, tonal quarter logo embroidery and standard ribbed tongue, the sneaker is a perfect silhouette for the summer season.

Set to drop in limited quantities, the Pink Dolphin x FILA Cage will be available exclusively at Pink Dolphin flagship stores and on PinkDolphinonline.com.

Migos Bring Out the Whole Block in “Pipe It Up” Video

What started out as an illusive 3-man clique from Atlanta three years ago has become a hip-hop shifting movement. Fresh off the release of their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, Migos drop their video for “Pipe It Up” and keep things as hood as possible—literally. Even with their third member, Offset, noticeably missing from the visual, Quavo and Takeoff roll up on the block in a Oldsmobile droptop, trade verses and invite the entire neighborhood out in front of the cameras. There’s kids showing off choreography, babies dancing on porches and people gathering for a party in honor of Migos’ presence. There’s even a few old white ladies getting ratchet in the mix for good measure. Check out the in the video above.

New Jimi Hendrix Documentary Focuses on Historic Atlanta Pop Concert

The Jimi Hendrix Experience‘s July 4th, 1970 performance at the Atlanta Pop Festival will be the subject of a new documentary and live album. Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church, a film about the guitar god’s Atlanta Pop set and the circumstances surrounding it, will premiere on Showtime on September 4th. The DVD/Blu-Ray release of the documentary will follow on October 30th with bonus content not shown in the televised version.

The documentary will feature interviews with band members Billy Cox and the late Mitch Mitchell as well as Paul McCartney, Steve Winwood, Kirk Hammett, organizer Alex Cooley and more. The Atlanta International Pop Festival also marked the largest American audience Hendrix ever performed in front of, as an estimated 300,000 people witnessed the rock great play in Byron, Georgia, 100 miles south of Atlanta.

The recording spans much of Hendrix’s catalog, from Are You Experienced‘s “Foxy Lady” and “Red House ” to posthumously released tracks like “Straight Ahead” and “Room Full of Mirrors.” Since the concert took place on July 4th, Hendrix naturally delivered another stunning rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.”

Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church will be preceded August 28th by Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival, featuring Hendrix’s July 4th, 1970 16-song set. That live album will be released via Experience Hendrix and Legacy Recordings as a 2-CD or 2-LP vinyl set. The first 5,000 vinyl copies will be numbered individually.

Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival Track List

Disc 1

1. “Fire”
2. “Lover Man”
3. “Spanish Castle Magic”
4. “Red House”
5. “Room Full Of Mirrors”
6. “Hear My Train A Comin’”
7. “Message To Love”

Disc 2

1. “All Along The Watchtower”
2. “Freedom”
3. “Foxy Lady”
4. “Purple Haze”
5. “Hey Joe”
6. “Voodoo Child (Slight Return) “
7. “Stone Free”
8. “Star Spangled Banner”
9. “Straight Ahead”

Rain or Shine, J. Cole Shut the OVO Stage All The Way Down

It was a rainy day in Toronto but the party went on..

People had their umbrellas and rain ponchos handy and enjoyed performances from Dreamville, YG, Jeremih, Big Sean, and J.Cole, and in that order.

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Photo: Haleema Khan

Everyone did an amazing job and Cole’s closing act was the icing on the cake. He attempted to perform the entire 2014 Forest Hill Drive but that wasn’t time permitted. But he did manage to sing some goodies from his latest album like “St. Tropez” and “A Tale of 2 Citiez”, and some oldies like “Power Trip” and “Can’t Get Enough”. He even brought Jeremih back out to perform “Planes” with him.


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Listen To Westside Gunn’s ‘Hitler Wears Hermes 3′ Mixtape

The first half of 2015 has been an unprecedented start for GXFR’s WestSide Gunn, after being featured on Skyzoo’s new single “Luxury” with placements on the MTV networks, as well as nods from hip-hop heavyweights such as Alchemist, Action Bronson, Dj Premier, Roc Marci, Apollo Brown and countless others, and making his overseas debut selling out his own limited edition HWH2 vinyl.

In light of his recent success, Westside furthers his rise with the final installment of his mixtape trilogy “Hitler Wears Hermes 3″. Packed with raw loops, grimy lyricism, and back block narratives, the Buffalo NY emcee serves up a modern day cult classic with features from Sean Price, Skyzoo, Du Rag Dynasty, Vast Aire (of Cannibal OX), frequent collaborator and fellow GXFR Conway (recently heard on their buzz single “They Killed Pookie”, produced by V Don) and more. #HWH3 restores the essence of 1998 New York all over again, just in time for today’s climate.

“Hitler Wears Hermes 3″ (tracklist)

1) Einfuhrung
2) Flyy (feat. Keisha Plum) (prod. by Daringer)
3) Gourmet (skit)
4) Dear Winter/Bloody Fiegs (prod. by Camoflauge Monk)
5) Freestyle In Ferragamo (feat. Chase Deniro) (prod. by Camoflauge Monk)
6) FUKK (Stan Smiths) (prod. by Tha God Fahim)
7) Bon Jovi (feat. B.E.N.N.Y) (prod. by Tha God Fahim/O.G. Sole)
8) Kingpin Talk
9) Rolack’s (feat. Skyzoo) (prod. by Camoflauge Monk)
10) Raisen Bagel (prod. by Camoflauge Monk)
11) Oil Base (prod. by Camoflauge Monk)
12) Basquiat Talk
13) Project Nigguhs (feat. Du Rag & Hus Kingpin) (prod. by Camoflauge Monk)
14) Piles Of Money (skit)
15) John Starks (feat. Conway) (prod. by Camoflauge Monk & Daringer)
16) Rixh Lord Poor Lord (feat. Vast Aire of Cannibal Ox) *BONUS* (prod. by Daringer)
17) Blvk Tar (feat. Sean Price) *BONUS* (prod. by Daringer)

Dolly Parton Makes It Personal at Rare Nashville Show

Although she lives just a few miles south of Nashville’s downtown Ryman Auditorium, on the rare occasions Dolly Parton is in town, she is, by her own admission, something of a homebody. But this past weekend, the music icon ventured out to play two sold-out concerts at the Ryman to benefit causes dear to her and to her entire road team.

Before Parton hit the stage, her producer and musical director, Kent Wells performed a song he wrote in tribute to his late nephew, Dustin J. Wells, who was killed in a car accident in 2005. Each year since, a concert in his honor is performed by a special guest for the Dustin J. Wells Foundation, with proceeds benefiting Nashville’s W.O. Smith School of Music. This year, a group of students from the school also performed a few tunes to warm up the stage for Parton.

On Friday night, with competing concerts nearby featuring Shania Twain, Eric Church and the Monkees, Parton’s presence may have contributed to traffic tie-ups but for much of the night, she made concertgoers feel as though they were spending time with her whole family, with a front-porch seat at the Smoky Mountain home she shared with 11 siblings. For an hour and 40 minutes, the incomparable entertainer delivered such early classics as “Jolene,” “My Tennessee Mountain Home” and “Coat of Many Colors,” sharing the familiar stories of their origins and reminiscing about how her first microphone was a tin can on a stick protruding out of those front-porch floorboards.  

Even though the show was billed as Dolly: Pure and Simple, the singer, who became a Grand Ole Opry member onstage at the iconic venue in January of 1969 and last performed a full concert there in July of 2002, displayed the full range of her musical talent, playing nearly a dozen different instruments from mountain dulcimer to electric guitar, each one white and decked out in rhinestones, to match her sparkling white jumpsuit. The most dazzling part of any Parton performance, however, is the singer’s golden voice. She’ll turn 70 in January, but her vocals remain ageless and her songs timeless.

In addition to the autobiographical songs and stories, Parton included several of her bluegrass-flavored tunes, including the recent “Blue Smoke,” “The Grass Is Blue,” and a breathtaking version of “Little Sparrow.”

But it wouldn’t be a Parton show without the high-energy hits, including “Two Doors Down,” “Islands in the Stream,” “Here You Come Again” and “9 to 5.” There was also a fire-inspired medley of tunes, including the singer’s own “Baby I’m Burnin'” and Alicia Keys’ “Girl on Fire.” Gospel music was represented, as well, with the oft-forgotten early hit, “The Seeker.”

Of course, it also wouldn’t be a Parton show without heavy doses of homespun humor and quotable quips, and even though some of her one-liners (“It costs a lot to look this cheap,” etc.) are standard, one bawdy, off-the-cuff moment appeared to fluster the singer herself. Referring to Dr. Dennis Wells, the dentist brother of her bandleader and father to Dustin Wells, Parton joked that she would often go to his practice, not because she had any trouble with her teeth but because she wanted some of the nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) he gives patients during procedures.

“I have done some of the greatest fantasizing on [it],” she said. “I have done some of my greatest thinking while Dr. Wells is drillin’ my brains out.” Gathering her composure she added, “You’re never too old to dream.”

Parton also had the women in the crowd laughing along to the clever “PMS Blues,” which has been a staple of her live show for a number of years.

On Saturday night, the iconic performer returned to the Ryman for a show that benefited the Opry Trust Fund in support of the Grand Ole Opry’s older members. Before the first of the two shows, she explained that the “Pure and Simple” concept was borne out of necessity, since some of her regular band members were on the road with other acts, including Garth Brooks.

“I didn’t have a band together,” Parton told Rolling Stone Country. “It’s not one of those big statements, like ‘Dolly Unplugged.’ We don’t have big screens or big production or big sound, but hopefully it will be enjoyable. Especially in a place like the Ryman.”

Although the stripped-down, mostly acoustic concerts were mounted as a special occasion, there’s little doubt that if Parton were to launch an entire Pure and Simple tour, the results – and fan reaction – would be purely and simply magical.

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