How Dennis Hopper Changed ‘Blue Velvet,’ Made ‘Out of the Blue’ and More

Film legend Dennis Hopper talks about his career — like working on “Blue Velvet,” “River’s Edge” and “Hoosiers” — all during the year after he got sober, and much more including his film “Out of the Blue.” (Source: Eyes on…

I Was in The Black Eyed Peas. Then I Quit.

In the mid-1990s, the singer and songwriter Kim Hill met a young rapper who suggested they start making music. That rapper’s name was will.i.am, and his group was a rising Los Angeles underground hip-hop crew called The Black Eyed Peas.…

Shia LaBeouf on His Latest Acting Project: Slauson Rec. Theater Company

Shia LaBeouf sits down for an intimate conversation about the Slauson Rec. Theater Company, his acting career, and his place within Hollywood with MTV News’s Josh Horowitz. (Source: MTV News)

‘Slow Burn’: How Kacey Musgraves Made a Trippy Country Song

Kacey Musgraves took an acid trip and returned with the concept for “Slow Burn,” a song that set the tone for her genre-bending country album. Using FaceTime interviews, demos and doodles we show you how the track came together. (Source:…

Explore Liz Phair’s ‘Exile in Guyville’

Filled with candid, clever songs about sex and scenesters, Liz Phair’s 1993 masterpiece “Exile In Guyville” was an audacious national debut. (Source: Pitchfork)

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