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Lil Durk Performs ‘All My Life’ on Tour With 20 Pittsburgh Students

The students from Pittsburgh's Faison and Westinghouse schools made an appearance during his opening slot on Drake and J. Cole's It's All A Blur tour For 20 students at Pittsburgh Faison and Pittsburgh Westinghouse in Pennsylvania, a school field trip didn’t mean an excursion to the zoo or a museum. Instead, the crew of elementary and high school students took a trip to PPG Paints Arena on Saturday evening to sing with Lil Durk in a performance of “All My Life” during his opening slot on Drake and

2024 Roots Picnic Lineup: Andre 3000, Lil Wayne

The June weekend lineup also includes Victoria Monét, Jill Scott, Nas, Gunna, and a celebration of New Orleans with Trombone Shorty The Roots have announced the lineup for their 2024 Roots Picnic. Philly fans will have their chance to see André 3000 bring his flute project New Blue Sun to the stage for a live performance. But it’s Lil Wayne who is tapped to headline the June festival. He’ll be backed by the Roots for a set of his hits and also pay tribute to the music of his hometown of New

Lil Yachty Teases James Blake Collaborative Album, Bad Cameo

The duo will release a new full-length album, 'Bad Cameo,' "soon" Lil Yachty thinks his fans will be surprised not just by his upcoming collaborative album with James Blake but that he even knows James Blake to begin with. “I think James has worked with a quite substantial amount of hip-hop artists, but this project is just like … It’s so left … for both of us,” Yachty said in an Instagram video talking about the project. And he’s not wrong: the English singer-songwriter has worked with Jay-Z, SZA,

Lil Jon on Super Bowl, Meditation Album, and André 3000

Just a few days before he would make his inevitable appearance on Usher’s Super Bowl LVIII halftime stage, rapper-producer extraordinaire Lil Jon tells me about the self-soothing mantras that kicked his decade-long wellness journey up a notch. “My affirmations in my time of really finding meditation were ‘I am healthy, I am happy, and I am at peace,’” he said. After he emerged from a mosh pit on the football field of Las Vegas’s Allegiant Stadium – performing his hit with DJ Snake, “Turn Down for What,” as a lead-in to…

Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign Drop ‘Vultures’ Video With Bump J, Lil Durk

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign are prepping fans for the release of Vultures Volume One with a new video for “Vultures (Havoc Version).” The rap duo released the visual for the song, directed by Jon Rafman, and featuring verses from Lil Durk and Bump J, on Thursday. The eerie video includes sepia-colored clips of owls, wolves running, a grinning clown, men in black cloaks holding guns, and buildings collapsing in smoke. The Jon Rafman-directed trailer for the long-teased LP dropped back in January, which ended…

Best New Music from Usher, Lil Yachty, and The Last Dinner Party

Welcome to our weekly rundown of the best new music — featuring big singles, key tracks from our favorite albums, and more. This week, Usher delivers a smooth break-up ballad, Lil Yachty laments his Sunday scaries, and the Last Dinner Party offer a ferocious take on generational trauma. Plus, new music from Billy Joel, Del Water Gap and Holly Humberstone, and Cash Cobain. Usher feat. Pheelz “Ruin” (YouTube)  Lil Yachty, “A Cold Sunday” (YouTube) The Last Dinner Party, “The Feminine Urge” (YouTube)…

Lil Yachty Shares New Single ‘A Cold Sunday’ With Artsy Music Video

The single marks the rapper's first solo release of the year following collaborations with Faye Webster and Chief Keef The Sunday scaries hit a few days early for Lil Yachty. The rapper has shared his latest single, “A Cold Sunday,” a rumination on weathering heartbreak and the fluctuating value of material possessions. The record arrives alongside an AMD Visuals-directed music video that captures Lil Yachty in five different frames from five different angles. “I ran thirty million in the

Lil Nas X’s Tour Documentary ‘Long Live Montero’

As a subgenre of music film, tour documentaries naturally have a solid boundary – the tour. This clear and limited objective seems fitting for Lil Nas X, who looks a bit uncomfortable with the premise at points in his first feature-length doc, Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero. It follows the young, Grammy-winning firestarter from the summer of 2022, when he says he has just a month to put together his debut world tour of the same name It then moves through opening night in Detroit and highlights stops in New York, his…

Best New Music from Megan thee Stallion, Ice Spice, Lil Nas X and More

Welcome to our weekly rundown of the best new music — featuring big singles, key tracks from our favorite albums, and more. This week, Megan thee Stallion sets the record straight, Ice Spice delivers a cheeky shot at her competitors, and Lil Nas X drops the antics and gets reflective. Plus, new tracks from Fletcher, Justice, Maluma and more. Megan Thee Stallion, “Hiss” (YouTube) Ice Spice, “Think U the Sh*t (Fart)” (YouTube) Lil Nas X, “Where Do We Go Now?” (YouTube) Yungblud feat. Lil Yachty,…

Lil Nas X Looks Inward on Emotional Single ‘Where Do We Go Now?’ 

The song appears over the end credits of his new documentary, Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero Lil Nas X has shared an introspective single, “Where Do We Go Now?” The reflective song was written for his HBO Original documentary Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero, which premieres Jan. 27 on Max. The rapper announced the song, co-written by Lil Nas X alongside Omer Fedi and Blake Slatkin, earlier this week, teasing its inward-leaning nature by noting on social media, “good news yall im dropping new music