Monday, May 27, 2019

BTS Look To The Past To Move Forward With ‘Boy With Luv’ Teaser Featuring...

Before they were international superstars, BTS were just a group of immature boys in luv. Now, a few years older — and wiser — the Korean septet are on the cusp of dropping what could be their biggest release yet. On Sunday (April 7), BTS announced the lead single from their forthcoming mini album, Map of…

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Opens Up About Veep’s Final Season, Her ’90s Style Regrets, And More

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is preparing to usher in Veep's upcoming seventh and final season, as Selina Meyer — her "wretched," "unchecked," and "very undeveloped person, emotionally" character — prepares to run for President of the United States (again). In the latest episode of "The Big Picture," Louis-Dreyfus sits down with MTV News correspondent Josh Horowitz to…

Danny Elfman On Dumbo, Tim Burton’s ‘Unpredictable’ Mind, And Writing His First Song At...

Tim Burton and Danny Elfman are one of the most prolific pairs in Hollywood. For more than 30 years now, Elfman has provided the soundtrack to Burton's signature macabre whimsy. Their latest big-screen adventure together, Disney's live-action Dumbo, ticks all of their usual boxes: a film starring a quirky outsider (check); a fantastical setting (check);…

Stray Kids Are Back And Bolder Than Ever With Celebratory New Single ‘MIROH’

How do you sum up a Stray Kids song? The JYP Entertainment rookies have been (self-) producing some of the boldest, most sonically interesting K-pop tracks since their debut a year ago, and their latest, "MIROH," is no exception. (In fact, it might be their most fascinating lead single yet.) Their signature sound is more…

How To Watch Coachella Performances From Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, And More

Coachella 2019 officially kicks off on Friday (April 12), and if you're not dying basking in the Indio desert heat, you're probably drowning in FOMO at home. Lucky for you, the festival will be streaming performances from both weekends, meaning you can catch all the action from the comfort of your own sofa (flower crown…

Khalid Tells Us How He Grew Up, Wised Up, And Took Risks For New...

In the two years since Khalid's American Teen launched him from El Paso obscurity to Top 40 prodigy, he's toured the world, earned a VMA and five Grammy nominations, dropped his Suncity EP, and lent his leathery voice to a handful of A-list collaborations. He's also had two birthdays, meaning the "young, dumb, and broke"…

7 Reasons Why Sansa Stark Is, In Fact, The Smartest Person On Game Of...

By Valerie Tejeda Before Sunday night’s (April 14) Season 8 premiere, I went into my rewatch of Game of Thrones as I usually do, a hardcore Daenerys Targaryen fan and true believer that the Mother of Dragons should be the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms. Don’t get me wrong — I love Dany and she…

Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’s Lachlan Watson On Showing A Different Kind Of Queer Story

It should have been obvious, given the way Lachlan Watson views identity, that Part 1 of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina showed but one piece of their character’s gender journey. Part 2 of the Netflix show also turned out to be Act 2 of the character's own opera, to borrow Watson’s terminology. In the second installment’s…

Bop Shop: Songs From Sky Ferreira, Foster The People, Szjerdene, And More

I went back and forth over which song from Stray Kids's latest album, Clé 1: MIROH, to include on this week's list. In fact, I started writing this with "Victory Song" in mind — a confident, in-your-face track with an explosive EDM hook that boasts the kind of big energy we've come to expect from…

Nilüfer Yanya Is Ready To Become Miss Universe

When Nilüfer Yanya sings, her face stays steely. She holds a constellation of emotion in her brow as she delivers the big questions like, "Do you like pain?" Her hands, meanwhile, rhythmically widen and stretch, evolving into chord shapes that keep her songs grounded, yet aspirational. It's how each of the young London-based singer-songwriter’s tunes…
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US House approves resolution to end US role in Yemen war

Washington, DC - The US House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill to end US support for the Saudi-UAE war in Yemen, sending US President Donald Trump another rebuke over his support for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The measure, passed in a 247-175 vote, now goes to Trump, but the White House has signalled…

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