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Listen To This: Never Walk Away!

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Fall Out Boy is back!!!

AND…. shockingly… the band keeps getting better and better over time!

Pete, Patrick and the boys are dropping a new album in January and the lead single, The Last Of The Real Ones, is epic!

Truly anthemic song!!!

The lyrics connect to our gut with a punch!

The musicality is impressive!

This goes so hard! And still is pop too!

So good!

Check it out above!

Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Fall Out Boy!

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Kendrick Lamar, Katy Perry, & The Weeknd Lead The Pack As MTV Announces The 2017 VMA Nominees!

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Get excited, music peeps!

On Tuesday, MTV took to Instagram live to announce the nominations for the 2017 MTV VMAs. YASSSSS!

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Unsurprisingly, Kendrick Lamar got the most love (specifically eight nominations) for his ICONIC music video for HUMBLE. Not to mention, Katy Perry and The Weeknd are likely happy as they each snagged five nominations. AH-Mazing!

Be sure to ch-ch-check out the full nominations list for yourself (below)!

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Trailer For Charming Teases EPIC New Song By Avril Lavigne, Ashley Tisdale, & G.E.M.! Watch!

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We're really excited for exes Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama's new movie Charming!

Mostly because the animated film gives a fresh take on all our fave fairytale princesses, played by Avril Lavigne (Snow White) and Ashley Tisdale (Cinderella), and G.E.M. (Sleeping Beauty) — who all have their eyes on the same Prince!

If that's not everything a 2007 audience could ask for, the three will be singing a catchy AF song written by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump!

Related: People *Still* Think Avril Was Replaced By A Lookalike!

The twisted tail follows Lenore (Lovato) trying to save Prince Philippe Charming (Valderrama) from a curse that makes him irresistible to literally every woman in the land.

It might be awkward now that the two have broken up IRL, but not every fairytale has a happy ending!

Ch-ch-check out the trailer (below) and keep an ear out for the new song Trophy Boy!

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Remember When Kim Kardashian Was In Fall Out Boy's Music Video?? WATCH For The Memories!

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Thanks for THIS memory, Kim Kardashian!

Before starring in her own reality TV show KUWTK, the now 36-year-old gained recognition for playing Pete Wentz's love interest in Fall Out Boy's 2007 music video for Thnks fr th Mmrs!

Related: Kim Kardashian Can't Get Enough Of Her Bikini Body

Recently, Kanye West's wife reminisced about her days as a video vixen by posting a clip on Snapchat!

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Fall Out Boy Tackles Domestic Violence In Nightmarish Music Video For Young And Menace!

If you've ever wanted a dark retelling of Where The Wild Things Are, we have the music video for you.

On Thursday, Fall Out Boy dropped the first music video from their upcoming seventh album, Mania (out September 15). The vid is for their ominous new song, Young And Menace, and it tackles themes of domestic violence — with a rather odd inspiration.

According to Pete Wentz, this visual project was inspired by the movie Elf — which were having a hard time believing since we can't imagine Will Ferrell playing an abusive unicorn-llama.

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Regardless, the video is certainly a bizarre one to watch… and we think that's the whole point. We mean, why else would the group sample Britney Spears' Oops! … I Did It Again in the chorus of such a dark and twisted song if they weren't trying to make something abstract??

Be sure to ch-ch-check out the video for yourself (above)!

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Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling Named WORST SONG OF 2016! Do YOU Agree With This List??

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If there was one song that didn't seem to ever stop playing on the radio this year, it was Justin Timberlake's poptastic earworm Can't Stop The Feeling!

Marking JT's long-anticipated return to the music industry, the uptempo dance anthem was played non-stop on Top 40 stations, summer block parties, and Trolls promos.

But according to TIME, the chart-topping single wasn't at all worthy of its popularity and praise — and was actually crowned the WORST song of the year!

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That's right! The publication announced it's best and worst top ten lists, and apparently wasn't feeling Timberlake's comeback song — putting the Trolls track at the top of their Worst Songs Of 2016 list!

Can't Stop The Feeling beat out some stinkers to take the top spot, including Fall Out Boy's awful remake of the Ghostbusters theme song, an underwhelming Britney Spears track, and TWO Meghan Trainor singles! Ouch!

Ch-ch-check out the full list (below) to see if you agree with TIME's least favorite songs of the year!

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ICYMI: Over 200 Musicians — Including Jennifer Hudson, R. Kelly, & Weezer — Defend Pharrell Against 'Dangerous' Blurred Lines Verdict!

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Last week, it was reported that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke clapped back hard at that Blurred Lines lawsuit — appealing the verdict that they committed copyright infringement against Marvin Gaye's Got to Give It Up.

Throughout the drawn out court battle, the singers expressed the sentiment that paying homage to an earlier era and making a song reminiscent of a sound shouldn't fall under copyright infringement.

And it looks like a TON of musicians agree — because 212 artists, composers, and producers have filed a brief with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the bid by Williams, Thicke, and T.I. to overturn the decision.

Related: Ed Sheeran Sued For Stealing From Marvin Gaye!

Musicians from all corners of the industry have banded together to support the appeal, claiming that the Blurred Lines creators deserve victory on grounds that the court's ruling will set a precedent that will "stifle creativity" and "impede the creative process."

Among those who threw their names in the ring are the members of Train, Linkin Park, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Black Crowes, Fall Out Boy, as well as Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, Hall & Oates' John Oates, R. Kelly, Hans Zimmer, Jennifer Hudson, Jean Baptiste, Evan Bogart and Brian Burton (Danger Mouse).

The artist's brief, penned by entertainment attorney Ed McPherson, states:

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