OVO Sound recording artist PARTYNEXTDOOR kicked off his first-ever tour, “PND LIVE,” on Sunday night in Montreal, Canada. Along with performing cuts off his PARTYNEXTDOOR and PARTYNEXTDOOR TWO projects, the 21-year old singer-producer surprised the packed crowd at the intimate Le Belmont, closing the show with Drake to “Recognize.”

The 14-date North American tour continues through October, ending November 22 in Los Angeles. Watch some fan-captured videos below.

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Last night, The Weeknd’s concert in Los Angeles brought out an array of hip-hop stars and a Kardashian. Caught awkwardly between her sister’s ex-boyfriend and Spiff TV, Kendall flicked it up with the rap folks. Kanye West, Wale, Kat Williams and more were also seen enjoying the show.

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Last week, Lorde performed her new single for The Hunger Games: The Mockingjay Part 1. soundtrack for the very first time while on her North American tour. Some of the siner’s die-hard fans caught some footage of the set at her Berkeley, California on Thursday night.

Lorde’s full tour list can be found here.

Watch the performance below…


Rap lovers and fans of hardcore street music made their way to B.B. Kings in New York City on Wednesday night to check out The LOX live in concert. Along with running through past classics from their catalogue as a group and solo artists, the trio of Sheek Louch, Jadakiss, and Styles P performed some of their new records, including their “Try Me” remix with surprise guest Dej Loaf.

Watch below as The LOX perform their latest single “No Selfies.”

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Jay Z headlined the 3rd annual Global Citizen Festival in NYC’s Central Park on Saturday night. Aired live on MSNBC, the rapper-mogul was on a bill that included No Doubt, The Roots, and Alicia Keys, who all performed in front of 60,000 music lovers. While their worldwide “On the Run” tour recently wrapped up, Jay was joined by wife Beyoncé for a surprise performance. The couple opened their joined moment on stage to “Holy Grail,” before closing the moment with “Young Forever.”

A free concert for those who volunteered their time to take action against world poverty, the goal of the Global Citizen Poverty Project is to end extreme poverty by 2030. Watch the moment below.

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OutKast continued their 20-year anniversary celebration this year, kicking off a special three-day homecoming weekend concert series on Friday. Over 20,000 people packed Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, to celebrate rap pioneers Big Boi and André 3000. Big names such as Usher, Jermaine Dupri, and L.A. Reid watched the duo perform a nearly 2-hour show of underground classics and chart-topping hits from their long illustrious career as a group and solo artists.

Future, 2 Chainz, and Janelle Monáe served as opening acts for day one, as the weekend celebration continues on Saturday and Sunday at the same venue. Kid Cudi, Childish Gambino, and Atlanta newcomer Raury will opening for the legendary group on Saturday afternoon, with Killer Mike, B.o.B, 8Ball and MJG, Bun B, K Camp, Devin the Dude, Kilo Ali, Big Gipp, and DJ Unk joining the Sunday lineup.

Check out photos and video from night one of #ATLast below.

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Next Tuesday, Sept. 30th, Nas, the filmmakers behind Nas: Time Is Illmatic, and the Tribeca Film Fest, are holding a very special one-night-only movie screening….40 different theaters spread across 29 different cities. And the MissInfo.Tv crew is honored to be able to give a pair of screening passes to one lucky reader in NYC, Chicago, Toronto, Portland, Atlanta, and Houston!

UPDATE: We’ve seen some hilarious throwback photos but to make it easier for folks who don’t have access to their baby photos, lol…until we choose the winner on Monday….here’s how you can enter to win the tickets:
1) Follow us on Instagram: @MissInfo
2) Email us with: your name, city, and the artist that you’d like to see us feature more on MissInfo.TV

Check out more details, and the #TBTIllmatic throwbacks that we collected from the crew — Eskay, Meka, Laura Stylez, Nation, and more…

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We already knew Kid Cudi, Childish Gambino and newcomer Raury will be opening for OutKast at their homecoming show at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on Saturday, September 27, but today the duo has announced the full lineup of guests for their #ATLast weekend concert series — and it’s stacked.

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The first-ever AAHH! Fest took place on Sunday night at Chicago’s Union Park. Organized and curated by Common, the event’s bill included Lupe Fiasco, Jennifer Hudson, De La Soul, MC Lyte, and Lil’ Herb. Along with bringing out Kanye West during his closing set, Common debuted the official remix to his Nobody’s Smiling single “Kingdom.” Joining him on the No I.D.-produced cut on stage was Jay Electronica and Vince Staples.

Props to FakeShoreDrive

Common Brings Out Kanye West at AAHH! Fest 2014 In Chicago (Video)
Common Feat. Vince Staples – “Kingdom” (Video)

(DJ L, Kanye West, Lil’ Herb/Photo Credit: FakeShoreDrive)

Common’s inaugural AAHH! Fest took place at Chicago’s Union Park on Sunday. Hosted by Dave Chappelle, and curated by Rhymefest in partnership with Donda’s House, the event featured performances from Lupe Fiasco, Jay Electronica, MC Lyte, Vince Staples, Jennifer Hudson, De La Soul, and Lil’ Herb.

As creator of the event, giving back to his city of Chicago, Common closed the event with guests Twista, and the duo of Jay Electronia and Vince Staples for his soon-to-be-released “Kingdom” remix. The loudest ovation came as Kanye West appeared on stage during “Jesus Walks.” Yeezy’s 16-minute surprise set included a medley of songs such as “Get ‘Em High,” “Touch the Sky,” “All of the Lights,” “Good Life,” “New Slaves,” and more.

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