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  • Drake to release new single on Grammy’s night

    Grammy’s night will come with some new music from Drake– you know, Canada’s incredibly good looking and talented Jewish musician, fully endorsed by JTA. Drizzy will release a new song, titled “Started From the Bottom” on Sunday, February 10, the eve of the biggest night in music, Universal Music told Billboard. This might give us a better idea of… More ▸

  • Is Bob Dylan performing at the Super Bowl?

    Beyonce has dropped out as Super Bowl halftime show performer after her lip-sync-gate and Robert Allan Zimmerman will become her replacement. At least that’s the rumor former Rolling Stone editor Tim Heidecker posted on his Tumblr page. “Here it is. My 4th Annual Super Bowl Half Time Show song leak. This one is from none other than… More ▸

  • Babs will sing at the Oscars

    Hello Dolly! Barbra Streisand will perform at this year’s Academy Awards, Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron revealed in a news release today. “In an evening that celebrates the artistry of movies and music, how could the telecast be complete without Barbra Streisand?” the producers wrote in the statement. “We are honored that she has agreed… More ▸

  • Chuck Schumer hearts Beyonce, despite lip-sync scandal

    Lots of folks have lots to say about Beyonce’s lip-sync-gate at Obama’s inauguration last week, but Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York thinks everyone should leave the Queen B alone. Although the New York Post reported today that Schumer was still waiting for an apology from Beyonce over lip-syncing to the National Anthem, a source close to… More ▸

  • ‘The Lonely Island’ and Adam Levine sing the ‘YOLO’ song (VIDEO)

    “The Lonely Island” are back, people! The hilarious musical trio of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone came back to “Saturday Night Live” over the weekend for a digital short together with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine and rapper Kendrick Lamar. The song talks about the saying “YOLO” (You Only Live Once), made famous by rapper Drake’s frequent usage…. More ▸

  • Matisyahu can’t party without beard

    Hasidic-turned-blonde reggae musician Matisyahu has been suffering from all sorts of kickback months after he shaved his beard. Not only did he lose his facial hair, sidelocks, and the love of some Jewish fans, but apparently he’s lost his VIP status in the eyes of club bouncers too. At the Sundance Film Festival in Park City,… More ▸

  • Israel Lalapalooza is not happening, for now

    Some sad news for music lovers living in Israel: Lollapalooza, the acclaimed traveling music festival slated for Israel in August 2013 has been called off– for now, at least. Representatives of the music festival said the festival will likely be postponed, according to the LA Times, even though the festival’s website now lists the 2013 destination… More ▸

  • No joke: Seinfeld is now rapping

    The hip-hop world is going to get quite funnier soon, as Jerry Seinfeld is preparing to appear in a new rap album by the rapper Wale. Four years ago, Wale made an album titled “The Mixtape About Nothing,” which is inspired by the classic nineties sitcom “Seinfeld,” and features samples from the show’s famous episodes,… More ▸

  • Confirmed: Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning

    A second inquest into the death of Jewish musician Amy Winehouse confirmed today that the 27-year-old English star died of accidental alcohol poisoning. Coroner Shirley Radcliffe said the celebrity’s tragic end occurred from “alcohol toxicity” and was a “death by misadventure,”confirming initial reports from October 2011 of a first coroner who was later found to be untenable, the… More ▸

  • Adam Ant is not sure James Franco can handle portraying him

    The popular 1980s British punk rocker Adam Ant announced he is planning a new biopic, but he has a main problem – he can’t figure out who should fill his shoes. The singer behind “Prince Charming,” “Goody Two Shoes” and “Wonderful,” told the Daily Star that he was considering Jude Law and Jewish actor/renaissance man James… More ▸