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Despite his new album making him the most streamed artist on Spotify, Drake’s juvenile braggadocio is wearing thin after years of nonstop releases

Iron Maiden: 35 Years On

An enduring quality and appeal as the ageing rockers bring 80's rock into the modern day.

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The Sacramento-based experimental hip-hop trio have released a project that mixes up plenty of fresh, new sounds even if some ideas fail to deliver

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The current national anthem is boring, difficult-to-remember, and outdated – but which song should replace it?

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