Live from London, Just Blaze invaded the Boiler Room and gave fans there an hour-long set full off goodness. The producer/DJ set things of with a wide range of music, including his own catalog, plus funk and rap from different eras. For those who weren’t there and still wanted to check out what he did on the 1’s and 2’s, here’s your chance to listen to the mix or watch the video of his set.

Listen below….



To celebrate 1 million subscribers on their streaming service platform, TIDAL puts on a star-studded concert for the fans. The TIDAL X: 10/20 show takes place tonight at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, featuring performances from Beyoncé, JAY Z, Nicki Minaj, Usher, Lil’ Wayne, Nick Jonas, Rick Ross, and much more.

For those who couldn’t make the trip to Brooklyn, TIDAL is live streaming the full show for everyone (non-subscribers included). Set to start at 7:35 p.m. EST, sit back and catch the sure to be memorable night below.

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One of the world’s biggest music festivals has invaded the United Kingdom. The 2015 Wireless Festival returns to London’s Finsbury Park this weekend, featuring many of today’s hottest artists. Kicking off on Friday, the three-day event is headlined by Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Avicii, Nicki Minaj and David Guetta. Aside from the big-time closers, artists such as A$AP Rocky, Mary J. Blige, Major Lazer, Jessie J, Pusha T, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Travi$ Scott, DJ Mustard, Stromae, G-Eazy, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Rae Sremmurd, Joey Bada$$, Vince Staples and more are set to perform.

For those that didn’t make the flight across the Atlantic, Yahoo! has music lovers covered, as the event will be streamed every day live from 8:15 a.m. EST – 5:30 p.m. EST. Day 1 kicks off with Vince Staples, ILOVEMAKONNEN, G-Eazy, Travi$ Scott, Joey Bada$$, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Major Lazer, A$AP Rocky, and finally, Drake.

Watch below.

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This is a news update on the city of Baltimore.

Earlier today, riots erupted throughout the city in protest for the unjust death of Freddie Gray. The Black man died a week after being arrested and injured by police .

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to address the violence in Baltimore.

Read This: Baltimore Sun’s What We Know About Freddie Gray

Watch live stream coverage below…


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From D’Angelo and Questlove to MF DOOM and Q-Tip, Red Bull Music Academy has sat down with some of music’s finest talents as part of their incredibly in-depth and insightful lecture series. Today, music journalist Hattie Collins will be picking A$AP Rocky’s brain live from London’s St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Tune into the live stream below at 1pm EST to watch Pretty Flacko talk in detail about his forthcoming album At.Long.Last.A$AP, plus much more. You can also submit your questions for A$AP Rocky by tweeting @RBMA using the hashtag #AskRocky.

UPDATE: You can now rewatch the full 80-minute lecture below.

Watch the live stream below…



The moment is finally here. After much talk which started this past summer, Chris Brown and Trey Songz officially announce their co-headlining “Between the Sheets” North American tour. Presented by Live Nation, the two R&B heartthrobs and special guest Tyga will head out on a 25-date arena trek, kicking off on January 28 in Chris Brown and Trey Songz’ homestate of Virginia (Hampton).

Other major stops include New York City, Atlanta, New Orleans, Dallas, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. Tickets for most dates go on-sale Monday, November 17 here, with selected stops going on sale as soon as November 15. For more details, including pre-sales which begin on November 12, head over to the tour’s official Facebook page.

Both with new albums out this year, Trey Songz’ Trigga and Chris Brown’s X debuted at No. 1 and No. 2 respectively on Billboard’s album charts. Check out the full tour dates below.

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Curated by Jay Z, the third annual Made In America Festival returns to Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and a new location this year in Los Angeles’ Grand Park. The two-day festival kicks off on Saturday, with performances from Kanye West, J. Cole, Big Daddy Kane, Chromeo, Steve Aoki, and more in Philly, while Kendrick Lamar, Iggy Azalea, YG, Hit-Boy, Afrojack, Imagine Dragons, and more hit the various stages in Los Angeles.

UPDATE: The stream for Day Two is now live. L.A.’s lineup includes Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, Nipsey Hussle, DJ Mustard and SZA, while Philly will be treated to performances by Pharrell, YG, Danny Brown and more.

Sit back and watch all the action live below.

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Sadly, the situation in Ferguson, Missouri doesn’t appear to be arriving towards a solution. Protestors continue to be needlessly violated, the trust between the people and the police is practically shattered, and justice for Mike Brown remains unserved. After delivering a very brief (and very safe) statement last week, President Obama is set to address the crisis in Ferguson for a second time today shortly after 4pm EST.

UPDATE: Livestream is over, but you can rewatch Obama’s statement below.

Tune into the livestream below…


The best b-boys in North America will go head-to-head in Las Vegas tonight as we reach the North American final of the annual Red Bull BC One competition. The livestream begins at midnight EST/9pm PST, but to warm yourself up, check out the amazing video above of the world’s tallest b-boy battle on top of Las Vegas’ 550-foot ferris wheel, the High Roller.

Learn more about the 2014 Red Bull BC One Finals here.

Tune in to the livestream below…


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(A scene from the protests in Ferguson, MO. Photo by Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)

It was hard to comprehend the chaos on my screen last night. Men in full military armor, aiming high-powered rifles atop SWAT trucks. Swarms of people with scarf-covered faces, running from rubber bullets, through clouds of tear gas. Was it Fallujah, Iraq? No….this was a police-vs-citizen confrontation in Ferguson, Missouri. (Watch footage from last night’s I Am Mike Brown protest)

It’s been 5 days since a police officer in Ferguson shot and killed an unarmed black 18-year-old named Michael Brown. And those days have been filled with grief, confusion, and increasingly, anger…especially given the lack of transparency on the part of the police investigators, the militarized war zone atmosphere created in the streets, the lack of input from Missouri’s government officials or the President, and the fact that witnesses to the shooting have been interviewed by the media more than they’ve been talked to by detectives.

Today, it was Anonymous who released the name of the shooting officer, not the St. Louis County PD, after hacking into the department’s system. (Update: Anon’s twitter account, @TheAnonMessage, was suspended after posting that information.) Everything seems terribly mishandled by the folks we elect to serve and hire to protect.


Lets see what President Obama has to say at 12:15pm about this ongoing crisis….as he goes live from Martha’s Vineyard. During the riots on Weds night, he and Michelle reportedly “danced to every song” at the birthday party of a pal out in the Vineyard. No shade…just pointing out contrast.

Watch Obama’s statement below…


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