Without Dizzy Gillespie, jazz would look and sound very different today – and lack some of its boundless joy, too.
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The country star has deftly navigated one trend after another in her lengthy career, with hits coming in multiple decades.
One of K-pop's most exciting groups, the quartet's songs are a high energy mix of dramatic hip-hop and electronica-infused pop.
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We count down the best songs from a decade in which the sound of country splintered into tons of different directions.
Judy Garland first achieved worldwide fame in 'The Wizard of Oz,' but her best songs prove that she was much more than that.
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With iconic over-dramatic lyrics and an unrelenting guitar style, the group's best songs are perfect for karaoke.
The Gospel Truth was Stax Records' varied religious imprint. This introduction highlights some of the best music to come out on the label.
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A member of New York’s elite cadre of superstar rappers, Ja Rule was an iconoclastic figure during rap’s second Golden Era.