April 2019


Saturday Night Live is closing its 44th season with a bang. The late-night comedy sketch show announced DJ Khaled will appear as musical guest on the season finale next month on May 18th. Joining the DJ/music mogul will be Avengers: Endgame star Paul Rudd. Rudd’s upcoming appearance is his fourth as a host, while DJ Khaled is making is SNL debut. DJ Khaled’s appearance happens one day after his new album, Father of Asahd, drops on May 17th.

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Since releasing The World Is Yours 2, Rich the Kid has been rolling out music videos in support of his sophomore album. After “For Keeps” with NBA YoungBoy and “The World Is Yours 2” (Intro), the Atlanta rapper is back with a visual for “Save That.” Watch Rich the Kid work the aisles and turn a local supermarket inside out and into his own wild playground below.

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Kehlani’s While We Wait mixtape dropped back in February, with appearances by Ty Dolla $ign, 6LACK, DOM Kennedy, and Musiq Soulchild. The R&B singer now brings her 6LACK collaboration “RPG” to life with an official music video. Inspired by Lani’s favorite Netflix series The OA, the two stars find themselves inside a box separated by a glass wall. Surrounded by plants and only a phone and writing utensils as a form of communication, watch the pair try and get their emotions across below.

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Blood Orange released his Negro Swan LP back in August of last year. The versatile musician appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday (Apr. 16), where he served as musical guest. For the Stage 56 audience, Blood Orange performed a medley of “Something to Do” and “Dark & Handsome.” With the union jack flag by his side, watch him perform in a park setting below.

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Offset released his solo debut album, Father of 4, back in February earlier this year. One track fans instantly gravitated to was the Cardi B-featured “Clout.” The power couple now return with the official music video for their collaboration. Filled with sex appeal and artistic moments, watch the vibrant yellow and black themed visual below.

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Beyoncé’s Netflix film, HOMECOMING: A film by Beyoncé, is out and available worldwide now. While the two-hour special was previously announced, Queen Bey came with a huge surprise that caught fans and music lovers off guard. To accompany the film, Beyoncé releases a 40-track live album of the same name. HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM features all the songs the iconic entertainer performed during her thrilling Coachella 2018 set. The album also comes with a bonus, a never before heard new cover of Frankie Beverly and Maze’s 1981 classic “Before I Let Go.” Produced by Tay Keith, the track also samples Cameo’s “Candy.” Teased during the end credits of her newly premiered film, fans can enjoy the studio audio.

Out now on all streaming platforms, hear the live album below.

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One year ago, Beyoncé electrified the entertainment world with an unforgettable performance at Coachella 2018. The thrilling moment, dubbed Beychella, was instantly hailed as a classic moment in the iconic music festival’s long storied history. After releasing a teaser last week, Queen Bey premieres her Netflix film HOMECOMING: A film by Beyoncé. The two-hour piece gives fans an in-depth look at the preparation and overall performance of Beyoncé’s flawless show. Never before seen footage and behind-the-scenes access is given to viewers, where in detail the creative concept leading up to the cultural shaking moment is shown.

The film also comes with an accompanying live album, that features a new unreleased cover called “Before I Let Go.” Stream Bey’s crowning moment in her Netflix film by clicking here.

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It’s an all California connection as Hit-Boy and SOBxRBE release their collaborative project, Family Not A Group. The Grammy Award-winning producer and Vallejo group deliver a nine-track album, entirely produced by Hit-Boy. The 31-year-old Fontana native revealed this serves as the first release under his new partnership with Def Jam Records. Stream the IE and Bay Area formation below.

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Mary J. Blige and Nas are hitting the road together this summer. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul and Queensbridge King announce their 22-date North American tour. Presented by Live Nation, the amphitheatre trek kicks off July 11 in West Palm Beach, Fla. The show will make stops in major cities like Atlanta, Detroit, Houston, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Boston, before wrapping up September 10 in Toronto, Canada. Tickets for the general public goes on sale this Friday, April 19 at 10am local time at Live Nation. Citi cardmembers get early presale beginning Wednesday, April 17 at 12pm local time.

See the full dates below.

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It has been some time since French Montana dropped his last single “No Stylist” with Drake. After assisting J. Lo on her latest record, Montana is back with a new track right in time for the warmer season. On “Slide,” the Bronx star connects with Blueface and rising artist/Columbia Records signee Lil’ Tjay.

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