Performances


With his new album The WIZRD set to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart next week, Future continued his promo run with an appearance on The Ellen Show. Making his second visit to the daytime show, Future performed the single “Crushed Up.” Backed by a snowy set and dancing ballerinas, watch the performance below.

The WIZRD is projected to sell 120-130k units opening week.

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Future’s new album The WIZRD is out now and available everywhere. Just hours before leading up to its release, the Freebandz star appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday (Jan. 18). Serving as musical guest, Future performed the song “Crushed Up.” Backed by a guitarist, huge graphics projected on two screens and a snowy stage setup, watch the performance below.

The WIZRD features appearances by Travis Scott (“First Off”), Young Thug and Gunna (“Unicorn Purp”).

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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie made headlines this week as his Hoodie Szn sophomore album climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart this week. After sitting at No. 2 behind 21 Savage, the project became A Boogie’s first chart-topping album, moving 58,000 equivalent album units last week.

Following that news, the Highbridge star appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday (Jan. 16). Making his late-night television debut, A Boogie performed the single “Look Back At It.” Watch below.

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon headed south to the Caribbean for a change of scenery for a special edition of the late-night show. Filmed in Puerto Rico, the episode featured appearances by Hamilton star/director Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jose Feliciano, and Ozuna. Bad Bunny, who released his X 100PRE debut album on Christmas Eve last year, served as the show’s musical guest. In his hometown, the Latin trap star danced through the streets of Old San Juan as he performed the song “MIA.” With Fallon, Questlove and Black Thought assisting with the instruments, watch as Bad Bunny turns the moment into a vibrant parade.

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Flatbush Zombies brought their Brooklyn energy to The Late Late Show with James Corden on Thursday (Jan. 10). The trio of Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliott touched the studio stage to perform the song “Headstone” off last year’s Vacation in Hell LP. Backed by the University of Southern California marching band, watch Flatbush Zombies turn the late-night show upside down below.

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Trippie Redd’s A Love Letter To You 3 debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart back in November of last year. The Ohio native continues to promote that project, making his late-night television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday (Jan. 9). Backed by a piano, candles and a plush couch filled with roses, Trippie performed his single “Topanga” for the studio audience.

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Buddy was the latest artist to visit NPR headquarters to appear for their Tiny Desk concert series. Backed by a band that included two guitarists, a singer, drummer and keyboardist, the Compton native performed various tracks off his Harlan & Alondra debut album that released last year. The near 12-minute set also came with a funny moment, where Buddy attempts to light a blunt in between songs. Sadly, the weed connoisseur found out quickly that no smoking is allowed on the premises. Watch Buddy and his band deliver live renditions of “Legend,” “Trouble On Central,” “Hey Up There” and “Real Life S**t” below.

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H.E.R. is heading into the 2019 GRAMMY Awards next month with five nominations, including ‘Album of the Year’ for H.E.R.. The singer/songwriter continued her recent late-night television run with an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday (Jan. 8). Backed by a live band, H.E.R. touched the show’s Stage 56 to perform “Carried Away” off I Used To Know Her Pt. 2.

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Taylor Bennett recently dropped his new single “Streaming Services,” set to appear on his forthcoming The American Reject EP. The Chicago artist served as musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday (Jan. 8), where he made his late-night television debut to perform the record for the first-time. Backed by a live band, watch the Taylor’s rocking performance below.

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For an artist who’s notoriously low-key, Noname has been embracing her much-deserved spotlight lately. After making her solo television debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert back in October, and releasing her very first music video last month, the soft-spoken Chicago rapper brought her Room 25 Tour to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night.

Flanked by close friends and collaborators Smino and Saba, Noname delivered a breezy rendition of her jazzy Room 25 album cut “Ace.” Seeing these three go from the blogs to the biggest late night TV stage is indeed ace.

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