If you’re going to be in the Netherlands this summer, you won’t want to miss this one! The lineup for the 2015 WOO HAH! Festival has just been announced and as you can tell from the flier above, it’s going to be epic.
Less than a month removed from Jay Z’s Tidal launch and a week removed from Jay assuring that Tidal is “doing well” another streaming service bites the dust.
Read more on Grooveshark after the jump.
Today, the Doggfather took to Twitter to unveil the track list and features for his highly-anticipated, forthcoming Pharrell-produced album, BUSH. This neo-funk album features an eclectic blend of heavy-hitters, so hit the jump to check out the track list in its entirety.
Jay Z and his amazing celebrity friends recently launched the music streaming service Tidal. Earlier yesterday Jay Z decided to jump on his Twitter account and clear the air about Tidal’s business model compared to competing streaming services. Needless to say it was a show.
Read Jay Z’s tweets and more after the jump!
Raise your hand if you’re still waiting on on that DOOM and Ghostface album? What about Madvillainy 2? But this should more than tide us over for the time being: DOOM and Flying Lotus have announced a joint album.
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Jay Z may have caused some huge hype byway of his new Tidal streaming service but it looks as if there’s already trouble in paradise as he’s being accused of ripping off an English music artist/producer.
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Oh boy, Kevin Gates is at it again. The Baton Rogue rapper, who has released a solid amount of quality hip-hop music, is perhaps (and sadly) best known for generating controversy via posting outrageous photos and videos on his personal Instagram account (which you may view here, if you’d like.) And it looks like his latest post is no different.
Recently Gates, who was raised by his grandmother, wanted to share a photo of her as she lay on her deathbed. In the Instagram post Gates’ hand is covering his grandmother’s mouth. “Viewing the body of the woman I called my mama before my show, I’m a miss you I love you forever R.I.P.,” he wrote as the caption.
As you can imagine the photo has left many fans stunned and speechless. But that hasn’t stopped them from chiming in and commenting, leaving their thoughts on his page. Some of his fans have even gone as far as accusing Gates of trying to show off his huge watch, while others felt that it was inappropriate to show his deceased grandmother on Instagram. One Instagram user wrote, “This isn’t appropriate for Instagram. Visiting her body is personal and should be private, not used to get attention. RIP.”
But Gates quickly retorted, posting a video explaining why he posted the photo and the specifics behind why he has his hand covering her mouth. Apparently, the rapper was hiding her broken jaw, which she suffered when they put her in a body bag.
If you’d like, you may view the photo after the jump (we do warn you, it may be a little shocking, so view at your own discretion.)
Waka Flocka Flame’s “disgust” over the actions displayed in Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s (SAE) viral clip has prompted the rapper to cancel his April concert at the University of Oklahoma. In addition to Waka responding to SAE’s offensive behavior earlier this week via an Instagram post, he appeared in an interview with CNN’s Brianna Keilar on Tuesday to share more of his thoughts.
“My initial reaction when I seen the video, I was more like hurt. More like disgusted, because I knew those kids, I performed for those kids,” the Atlanta rapper said in reference to a 2014 concert at the university. “They made me feel like a brother. Just to see what a person does behind closed doors was more disgusting than hurting. I wasn’t angry, I was just disgusted.”
Check out the full interview between Waka Flocka Flame and CNN after the jump.