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Chuck Mosley, the former frontman of seminal metal group Faith No More has died at the age of 57, according to a statement released by his family.

The statement revealed that Mosley, whose full name was Charles Henry Mosley III, died due to complications related to “the disease of addiction”.

He was Faith No More’s lead singer between 1984 and 1988, recording on their first two albums We Care A Lot and Introduce Yourself.

Mosley helped the band establish their “funk metal” sound, which was credited with melding early hip-hop, thrash and hardcore, before he was fired from the band in 1988 and replaced by Mike Patton.

After his time in Faith No More, Mosley continued to work in music and sang for the hardcore band Bad Brains, as well as playing in another funk metal outfit, Cement.

Last year he toured playing his own solo acoustic material.
After Paul Rosenberg posted a photo on Instagram fans on Reddit discovered that an ad in the background of the photo was actually a secret promotion for Eminem’s new project.

The info is disguised as an advertisement for a medication called “REVIVAL,” where the “E” is backward in the signature Eminem style.

There is a website for the fictional medication with a video ad of hikers talking about needing REVIVAL for their Atrox Rithimus, a fictional disease – there There are subtle hints all over the site including the phrase “REVIVAL could be music to your ears,” and “seek medical attention, ‘I need a doctor’" refering to Eminem’s song with Dr. Dre.

There’s even a working phone number (1-833-243-8738) for the fictional product where callers can hear a recording say “you only get one shot to beat AR” with “I Need A Doctor” playing in the background.

A Latin spelling of the drug included on the site as “canticum remedium” translates to “song cure.”

Nothing official has been confirmed by the Shady team, but fans are certain this is the rapper returning with a hugely elaborate scheme to heal us all from whatever AR is.
The big day has finally come: Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir have walked down the aisle.

The pair were married Tuesday evening at the Four Seasons in Miami, PEOPLE confirms.

Ka’oir, who walked down an elevated aisle, shared a photo of her bedazzled wedding dress and jeweled headpiece on Instagram and Twitter along with the caption: “Mrs. Davis #1017.”

A who’s who of hip-hop and Atlanta’s social scene gathered for the ceremony which cost a staggering $1.7 million.

Guests included Sean “Diddy” Combs, Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Karrueche Tran, Lil Yachty, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Big Sean and Jhene Aiko.

The couple chronicles the road to their extravagant wedding in Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir: The Mane Event, — a 10-part special premiering on BET at 10 p.m. — in which fans will get an up-close look at all that went into crafting the nuptials.
Picture this: You're a 12-year-old performer, standing on the national TV spotlight, and you've just been told you won $1 million dollars and a headlining spot in a Vegas show. 

Yeah, you cry, even if everyone around you (comedian Preacher Lawson and musician Chase Goehring, in particular, plus millions of video views) told you that you'd win.

At least that's exactly what singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer did Wednesday night when she was crowned America's Got Talent champion. As she described it to USA TODAY after the show,

"It was waterworks right here on this face. It was like a water faucet."

Farmer had a hard time keeping it together when she was standing next to her friend, singer and runner-up Angelica Hale, because her feelings had been "all bottled up inside, because I felt so loved on my AGT journey... and it just all came out."

That is, until her family ran onstage to embrace her, and she noticed her younger brother had tears in his eyes, too.
Rapper XXXTentacion is under fire after releasing a disturbing music video featuring a Caucasian boy being lynched on a stage as an African-American boy looks on.

The video “Look At Me!" debuted on Tuesday and features imagery depicting police brutality, violent protests, and the 19-year-old Florida-based rapper placing a white child’s head in a noose on stage in front of a crowded theater and then hoisting him up into the air.

The child’s feet are shown dangling and twitching and then they suddenly stop.

The casting director of the video LaShawnna Stanley told that finding parents who would allow their child to be hanged on stage was a challenge.

“We had to delay the video because the mom that originally agreed and said okay but when she got there she didn’t feel comfortable.  We delayed for a week,” said Stanley.
Four members of the Polish death metal band Decapitated are accused of kidnapping a Washington state concertgoer while on its "Double Homicide" tour.

Cops in California busted the bandmates early Saturday after their Friday night performance wrapped up in Santa Ana, according to Spokane authorities.

Spokane police Cpl. Teresa Fuller said the woman attended their concert at The Pin venue in Spokane the night of Aug. 31 and reported her kidnapping hours later around 2 a.m.

She was not immediately identified and it’s unclear where she was taken during the alleged kidnapping.

Police identified the arrested performers as Polish nationals Michal Lysejko, 27, Waclaw Kieltyka, 35, Rafal Piotrowski, 31, and Hubert Wiecek, 30.

The group is being held on kidnapping charges at the Los Angeles County Jail pending their extradition back to Spokane.
The MTV Video Music Awards are always a big night for pop music, but were also dominated by political statements at a fiery show in Los Angeles.

Artists spoke out against white supremacy and urged suicide awareness during the awards on Sunday night.

Transgender military personnel attended, days after President Donald Trump signed a directive to ban them.

Kendrick Lamar was the night's big winner, picking up six awards including video of the year for HUMBLE.

Ed Sheeran was named Artist of the Year and Fifth Harmony got the Best Pop Video award for Down.

Taylor Swift was a no-show - perhaps wise given her history with awards host Katy Perry - but won best collaboration for her track with Zayn, I Don't Wanna Live Forever.
Taylor Swift isn’t staying quiet any more.

After six months of staying under the radar (save for one very public courtroom battle against former radio host David Mueller who was found guilty by a jury of assaulting the star in 2013), the Grammy winner, 27, is facing the haters head-on with her new single “Look What You Made Me Do.”

From her feuds with Katy Perry and Kimye to a snake-like image curated by a critical public, the star appears to take on all of the biggest headlines from the last several years of her life.

As soon as the song dropped, fans latched onto the specific lyrics “I don’t like your little games / I don’t like your tilted stage” and “The old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now / Why? ‘Cause she’s dead.”

Though she doesn’t mention Kanye West by name, the rapper used a tilted stage while on his Saint Pablo tour.
Joey Bada$$ is touring his new album All Amerikkkan Bada$$ in the States but he's had to cancel a string of shows and it might be because he was staring into the sun during Monday's solar eclipse.

The rapper was kinda bragging on twitter that he was gazing into the phenomenon without protective eyewear, you know, the one thing news outlets and scientists were saying is exactly what you should NOT do.

Now, history has taught us that "unforeseen circumstances" is music industry parlance for literally anything so it's possible there's other reasons at work.

But plenty of folks are already putting two and two together and dragging him as #JoeyBlinda$$ and #JoeyBadeyes.

Plus, "unforeseen" is probably not the best choice of words.

Rest up, Joey, we know a good optometrist if you need.
Canadian pipsqueak Justin Bieber may have successfully turned around his reputation by staying out of the headlines and converting millions of cynical pop fans by releasing uncomfortably decent music, but his good behaviour tour hasn't yet worked on the Chinese government, who have banned the star from performing in the country.

When a Chinese Bieber fan contacted the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture to ask why her idol hasn't been seen in the country for several years, despite scheduling dates in nearby Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the Philippines on the Asian leg of his latest world tour, they were met with a friendly if firm response.

"Justin Bieber is a gifted singer, but he is also a controversial young foreign singer," the bureau told the fan in a statement.

"In order to maintain order in the Chinese market and purify the Chinese performance environment, it is not suitable to bring in badly behaved entertainers.