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Noisey News

Like The Rest of Us, SZA Was "Mad as Hell" After Grammys Snub

In an interview with GQ, SZA breaks her silence on walking away empty handed after the 2018 Grammys.
Kristin Corry
2.28.18
grammys 2018

Logic, Khalid, and Alessia Cara Lead the Grammys' Memorial Segment

Chris Stapleton and Emmylou Harris honored Tom Petty, as well, and Lil Peep, Prodigy, and Combat Jack were saluted.
Noisey Staff
1.29.18
vmas 2017

Watch Logic, Khalid, and Alessia Cara's Moving VMAs Performance

The trio performed the suicide awareness anthem "1-800-273-8255."
Noisey Staff
8.28.17
Instagram Report

What Musicians Were Wearing and Sharing on Instagram This Week 2/12

No sick days.
Kathy Iandoli
2.12.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Alessia Cara Perform "Scars for Your Beautiful" and "River of Tears" on SNL

Boy, that's one teary ballad.
Alex Robert Ross
2.5.17
Instagram Report

What Musicians Were Wearing and Sharing on Instagram This Week 1/29

Making it to Snoop Dogg's IG: a power move.
Kathy Iandoli
1.30.17
Instagram Report

What Musicians Were Wearing and Sharing on Instagram This Week 11/6

Artists are just now sharing their "look how cool I am" Halloween outfits so don't blame us.
Kathy Iandoli
11.6.16
festivals 2016

The World is Mostly Water: Scenes of Lollapalooza 2016, Day Two

The rain came down in Chicago and everyone kept on festivaling.
VICE Staff
7.30.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Take a Minute to Watch Alessia Cara's Video for “Scars to Your Beautiful”

To celebrate her 20th birthday, Cara dropped the video for her current hit single, further underlining exactly what she's got to say.
Kwele Serrell
7.12.16
Op-Eds

What Happened to Canada's Female Pop Stars?

What is it like to be a Canadian female pop artist? Defeating as fuck.
Sarah MacDonald
6.15.16
Remix Report Card

It Goes Down In The Remix: The First Remix Report Card of 2016

From Lil' Wayne to Logic, no one is safe.
Al Shipley
4.10.16
Op-Eds

The Junos Were Actually Kind of Alright This Year

There is nothing wrong with applauding mediocrity.
Phil Witmer
4.4.16
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