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Lady Gaga

The death of Lady Gaga’s tour with Kanye West has spawned two monster projects.

On November 23, the pop star will debut eight new songs on , a reissuing of The Fame. (The new track list can be found after the jump.)

Then just four days later, the singer will kick off The Monster Ball, a tour with opening act Kid Cudi. Dates for all 18 North American stops can also be found after the jump.

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Lady Gaga

Whether it be her live performances or her jaw-dropping costumes, refuses to do anything halfway. That philosophy applies to her upcoming CD as well.

For next month’s release of The Fame Monster, a reissuing of her hit The Fame, the singer will contribute more than just one new song. The package will include eight additional singles—- a whole CD’s worth of tracks.

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Michael Jackson's This Is It

UPDATE: You can listen to the new song here.

The debut of Michael Jackson’s unreleased song will premiere just weeks before the opening of his documentary.

“This Is It,” which is also the title of the upcoming film, will debut online this Monday on the singer’s official website.

The single, which features backup vocals from his brothers, is just one of 20 selections being offered in a two-disc set. (You can see the track listings after the jump.) Those with tickets to Jackson’s London concerts would have heard the songs in the order they are being presented on the first CD.

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Madonna Celebration album

The suggestions have been submitted and the votes have been counted. Now it’s time to reveal the tracks chosen for ‘s next Best Of compilation.

Back in spring, manager Guy Oseary asked fans via Twitter which songs they would like to see in the collection. In total, 36 singles were selected for the two-disc set. (The CDs can be purchased individually as well.) One track, “Revolution,” was recently recorded with .

Two DVDs filled with the singer’s iconic videos will also be released on September 29. Included with the 47 clips are videos for “Celebration,” “Into the Groove” and “Give It 2 Me.”

The full lists can be found after the jump.

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Whitney Houston's I Look to You album cover

As we near the debut of Whitney Houston’s new album, more details about the comeback are being revealed.

The cover art for I Look to You, the singer’s first offering of originals since 2002, was revealed last week after Houston appeared in London with Clive Davis, Sony Music’s chief creative officer.

Although tracks for the new CD are still mostly unfinished, fans should expect to hear collaborations with Alicia Keys, Akon, and R. Kelly.

A fall concert for Good Morning America‘s concert series will reportedly coincide with the album’s September 1 release.

Read More | Billboard

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Butterfly...Dreamlover...Hero...Emotions...Fantasy...Forever...Heartbreaker...Honey...Someday...Vanishing. Fresh from ‘s 12th studio album is - you guessed it - another one-word titled song.

In “Obsessed,” the diva repeatedly asks the man in her life, “Why you so obsessed with me?” After looking at her new cover art, I’d personally like to know why Mariah’s so obsessed with her own body. (I think I’ve seen every bra she owns by now.)

Like the new track? Then download Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel when it drops on August 25th.

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How do you know Whitney Houston’s about to make a comeback? Because there’s a countdown on her website that tells us so.

Although it’s still hard to get visions of Whitney Houston saying “Kiss My Ass” out of our heads (Thank you, Joel McHale), the singer has been working hard to repair her image since her 2007 divorce from Bobby Brown. She even returned to the television spotlight during February’s Grammys.

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Eminem Relapse Album Cover

We are looking forward to ‘s album as much as the next guy, and May 15 is just over three weeks away, so the wait is almost over. In the meantime, though, we figured we’d give you a look at the Relapse album art, which you can find above. See what they did there? The album is called Relapse. So they made his face out of a bunch of pills! And the tag on the left says that it was “Prescribed by Dr. Dre.” Yeah, that is kinda hot.

Gallery: Eminem’s Relapse Album Art is kinda hot


American IdiotEarly next year, U2’s Bono and The Edge will officially be listed as the composers for Broadway’s Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. But those unable to make it to New York can get an entirely different rock opera experience on the West Coast.

Beginning this fall, the Berkeley Repertory Theater in California will feature American Idiot, a stage musical based on Green Day’s 2004 album of the same name. The production is being directed by Tony winner Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening) and co-written by the band’s lead singer, Billie Joe Armstrong.

The 2004 album, which included such songs as Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Wake Me Up When September Ends, followed the story of Jesus of Suburbia, a disaffected suburban kid-turned-drug dealer. Idiot went on to win several Grammys (Best Rock Album, Record of the Year) and sell 12 million copies.

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