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Back in December last year, Lil’ Uzi Vert announced his much-anticipated Eternal Atake album was finished. As fans eagerly wait for the project, the Philadelphia star took to Instagram to deliver some bad news. On Friday night (Jan. 11), Uzi announced he’s “done with music” and “deleting everything.” In the note posted on his Instagram Story, the rapper said he wants to go back to being normal and wake up in 2013 before thanking his fans. There’s no additional details from Uzi as to what pushed him to make this announcement or if he was just joking.

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Dating back to December of last year, details surrounding a new album from James Blake slowly surfaced online. The British singer/songwriter/producer added to the speculation with the launch of his website assumeform.com and the announcement of his upcoming North American tour. On Thursday (Jan. 10), Blake officially made the announcement, confirming his new album Assume Form. Fans won’t have to wait long as it will arrive on January 18. Travis Scott, André 3000, ROSALÍA, Moses Sumney & Metro Boomin all make guest appearances on the project.

Assume Form serves as a follow-up to James Blake’s 2016 LP, The Color In Anything. Watch the announcement via a trailer below.

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After signing to Eminem’s Shady Records back in October 2017, it’s finally time for Boogie to shine. The Compton rapper, who possesses both razor sharp rhymes and a soothing singing voice, has announced his debut album Everything’s For Sale, dropping on Jan. 25. And if his latest single and video, “Silent Ride,” is anything to go by, this album’s about to prove exactly why Em recruited him. You won’t be confusing Boogie with his Bronx namesake any longer.

Watch the “Silent Ride” video below and peep Boogie’s other recent offerings: “Self Destruction,” “Deja Vu,” “Violence” and “Came Up.”

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Hip-hop’s Cheech and Chong are hitting the road this year. To warm us up for their long-awaited joint album of the same name, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa have announced the 2009 Tour, a 22-city North American run which kicks off in Seattle on Feb. 8 and wraps up in San Antonio in Mar. 9. Spitta and Wiz will also roll through cities including San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta, as well as their respective hometowns of New Orleans and Pittsburgh.

Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa’s 2009 album is also due out this year, which marks the 10th anniversary of their first collaborative project, How Fly. The pair also linked up for the Live In Concert EP back in 2013, in addition to countless album cuts, mixtape joints and loosies.

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Future is getting set to release his new album, The WIZRD, next week on January 18. Before that arrives, the Freebandz general is partnering with Apple Music on a documentary of the same name debuting exclusively on the streaming platform this Friday (Jan. 11). After getting the campaign started with “Crushed Up” last week, the Atlanta hitmaker is back “Jumpin on a Jet.” Like the previous single, Future’s new banger comes with an accompanying music video. Directed by Colin Tilley, HNDRXX moves high above the clouds in the stylish and electric clip.

Fans can get “Jumpin on a Jet” now when you pre-order the 20-track album on iTunes. The WIZRD serves as a follow-up to Future’s Billboard history making LPs Future and HNDRXX in 2017.

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Following Coachella and Governors Ball, Bonnaroo reveals the lineup for their 2019 festival. Childish Gambino, Post Malone and Cardi B are some of the major acts making their way to Tennessee this summer. Solange Knowles, RL Grime, Gucci Mane, BROCKHAMPTON, Juice WRLD, and Lil’ Dicky also make the bill. The 2019 Bonnaroo MUsic & Arts Festival runs from June 13 – June 16 at Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee. Music lovers planning to attend the four-day event can purchase tickets starting this Thursday (Jan. 10) at 12 p.m. EST on the festival’s official website.

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From his breakout partnership with CL Smooth to one-off collaborations with Smoke DZA, Smif-N-Wessun and Ed O.G., joint projects are just one of the hallmarks of Pete Rock’s legendary career. As he enters his 40th(!) year as a professional producer, the Soul Brother Number One is teaming up with Skyzoo for his latest full-length collaboration.

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The lineup for this year’s Governors Ball has been announced. The ever-eclectic NYC festival, which takes place at Randall’s Island Park, will see Tyler, The Creator, Lil Wayne and BROCKHAMPTON headline the Friday night (May 31), Florence and the Machine, Major Lazer and The 1975 head up the Saturday (June 1), and Nas, SZA and The Strokes close things out on Sunday (June 2).

The 2019 Governors Ball also promises performances from Vince Staples, KAYTRANADA, The Internet, Playboi Carti, Jorja Smith, Ty Dolla $ign, Sheck Wes, Blood Orange, Joey Bada$$ and Flatbush Zombies (aka Beast Coast), Noname, Saba and more. Tickets are available here.

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2018 was a busy year for Dreamville Records, releasing projects by J. Cole, Cozz, Bas and J.I.D. The label plans to ride off the momentum from a great year into 2019, with their upcoming Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation LP. J. Cole took to Twitter on Sunday night (Jan. 6), announcing the new album. With vary basic details revealed, it appears Dreamville Records and outside collaborators will converge to Atlanta from Jan 6. – Jan. 16 to record the project.

Revenge of the Dreamers III completes the trilogy, following the previous albums in 2015 and 2014 respectively.

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Webster’s Last Show In 2017

When the iconic NYC venue Webster Hall closed its doors after being sold to AEG Presents and Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment in 2017, many music lovers in the Big Apple felt it was the end of an era. An official statement was made shortly after by Webster’s director of operations, Gerard McNamee. He stated;

Webster Hall will be closed for an undisclosed period of time for demo, reno, and transition to corporate ownership under Barclays/AEG/Bowery Presents.”

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