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21 Oct 2014 07:05 AM EST

Taylor Swift's new single "Welcome to New York," the third released track from her upcoming pop album 1989. But it sounds a lot like Swedish singer Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend." Though the lyrics have nothing in common, there's no denying the similarities between the dance-ready beats and dramatic bridges. Swift sings about the allure of New York City, where she now lives after having left Los Angeles in March to call the Big Apple her new home. In a teaser video, the 24-year-old "Shake It Off" singer explained the inspiration for "Welcome to New York," which is available on iTunes on Tuesday.

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20 October, 2014
Hard Evidence Nicki Minaj is Single

If Nicki Minaj and her boyfriend are still together, then he's got a weird way of showing the love by having 2 of his 3 Nicki tats covered up with new ink. Judging by recent pictures, Safaree Samuels had some work done on his chest and he's clearly covered up Nicki's name and mug. Not only that, but his forearm ink looks drastically faded as well. Neither... Read more

20 October, 2014
Mariah Carey Tempts A Wardrobe Malfunction With A Sexy Revealing Dress

It looks like Mariah Carey is missing half her dress! While performing at the Hongkou Soccer Stadium in Shanghai Sunday night, the 44-year-old singer hit the stage in a very revealing black dress that featured a mile-high slit on one side. Carey tempted a wardrobe malfunction as she moved about the stage while belting out one of her songs. The shiny... Read more

20 October, 2014
SF Radio Stations Ban 'Royals,' So What Could KC Ban?

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20 October, 2014
Father's "Why Can't I Cry $$$" Video

Father's "Young Hot Ebony" project, which is currently available for purchase on iTunes, remains as one of the top releases to come out of the budding Atlanta scene this year. Today, Father continues the promotion for the project with his new video for "Why Can't I Cry Money," which seems like a question we all ask ourselves at some point in life. In the clip,... Read more

20 October, 2014
Gwen Stefani Drops 'Baby Don't Lie' From First New Album Since 2006

It's no lie — Gwen Stefani's solo comeback begins now. The No Doubt singer has released “Baby Don't Lie,” the first track from her upcoming third studio album. A music video for the single will debut Tuesday, but a sneak peek will arrive Monday night during The Voice, on which Stefani is a coach this season. In the drum-heavy “Baby... Read more

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