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Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa unleashed “All Night,” the party-ready first official song off their forthcoming collaborative album TGOD Mafia Presents: Rude Awakening . The LP will be released June 3rd via Empire. Over a rubbery trap beat, the rappers pay tribute to popping pills, drinking lean and staying up all night. Khalifa even makes a brief reference to Yo Gotti’s “Down in the DMs” with his line “Don’t Snapchat me that pussy/ I want it for real.” Hear Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, Liam Payne’s ‘You’ Demo In late April, a demo of the pair’s collaboration with One Direction’s Liam Payne leaked on TMZ . “You” had Payne belting a sentimental chorus between the rapper’s verses and even a small sample of Adele’s “Hello.” The song will not be featured on Rude Awakening , which was originally slated to be released in May. This summer, Khalifa will go on tour with Snoop Dogg. He recently released his sixth album, Khalifa , in February
Ariana Grande and Future are hot-and-bothered on slinky new track “Everyday.” The song is one of four (so far) new songs teasing Grande’s third album, Dangerous Woman . On the crunchy electro track, Future sings the titular chorus while Grande lathers on the flirtation: “He’s giving me that good shit/That makes me not quit,” she purrs. Later, the rapper offers to put some “vintage loving” on her, “like it was the late Eighties.” Watch Ariana Grande’s Moody ‘Dangerous Woman’ Video “I knew I wanted to work with Future, but I didn’t know if we could find the right song to do together because we’re so different,” Grande told KIIS FM during an interview in April. “But we found a dope vibe and it’s very unique and exciting.” Dangerous Woman , which comes out on May 20th, also features guest spots from Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Macy Gray. She began previewing the album just before her hosting spot on Saturday Night Live with the guitar heavy, seductive “Dangerous Woman” that was followed by the tender and house-y “Be Alright.” Related Watch Future, the Weeknd Enjoy ‘Low Life’ in New Video Watch Ariana Grande Sing ‘Dangerous Woman’ A Cappella Hear Ariana Grande’s Brazen New Track ‘Into You’
UPDATE: Ariana Grande has debuted another new track from her upcoming album, the reggae-tinged Nicki Minaj collaboration ” Side to Side .” The song is available exclusively through Apple Music. Ariana Grande and Future are hot-and-bothered on slinky new track “Everyday.” The song is one of four (so far) new songs teasing Grande’s third album, Dangerous Woman . On the crunchy electro track, Future sings the titular chorus while Grande lathers on the flirtation: “He’s giving me that good shit/That makes me not quit,” she purrs. Later, the rapper offers to put some “vintage loving” on her, “like it was the late Eighties.” Watch Ariana Grande’s Moody ‘Dangerous Woman’ Video “I knew I wanted to work with Future, but I didn’t know if we could find the right song to do together because we’re so different,” Grande told KIIS FM during an interview in April. “But we found a dope vibe and it’s very unique and exciting.” Dangerous Woman , which comes out on May 20th, also features guest spots from Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Macy Gray. She began previewing the album just before her hosting spot on Saturday Night Live with the guitar heavy, seductive “Dangerous Woman” that was followed by the tender and house-y “Be Alright.” Related Watch Future, the Weeknd Enjoy ‘Low Life’ in New Video Watch Ariana Grande Sing ‘Dangerous Woman’ A Cappella Hear Ariana Grande’s Brazen New Track ‘Into You’
“You want us to be afraid?” Bono roars from Paris’ AccorHotels Arena stage in the new teaser-trailer of U2’s new Hamish Hamilton-directed concert film Innocence and Experience – Live in Paris. Watch U2 Welcome Eagles of Death Metal Onstage in Paris The U2 singer movingly recites France’s national motto “Liberté, égalité, fraternité” in the wake of the November 15 terrorist attacks, the deadliest France has seen since WWII. Eighty-nine people were killed at an Eagles of Death Metal Concert at the Bataclan theater out of a total 130 casualties. The documentary showcases two historic performances U2 gave, which emblematized the bravery of Paris’ music community and reminded the world of music’s ability to heal and unite. The clip features live snippets of U2 anthems “Vertigo” and “Beautiful Day,” along with Patti Smith’s “People Have Power.” Both Smith and Eagles of Death Metal make guest spots during the concert film, taped across two nights at the AccorHotels Arena. Live in Paris will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital formats Friday, June 10th via Interscope/Island. In March, guitarist the Edge told Rolling Stone that the band had already generated “50 ideas” for Songs of Experience , their 14th LP and companion piece to 2014’s Songs of Innocence . “It’s really hard to say at this point when it will be done,” he said. “We’re definitely still in the weeds here. We’re not booking the pressing plant, so to speak, just yet.” Related Flashback: U2 Play a Forgotten Science Fiction Tune in 1979 U2 to Receive iHeartRadio Innovator Award Bono, Nile Rodgers Thrill With U2 Hits at Benefit Concert
Willie Nelson and Mavis Staples lead the line-up of acts performing at the 2016 Austin City Limits Festival Hall of Fame Inductions and Celebration. The ceremony takes place on October 12th, immediately after the two consecutive weekends of ACL Fest , where Willie Nelson is headlining. Mavis Staples Talks Summer Tour With Bob Dylan B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt and Kris Kristofferson are this year’s inductees. Joining Nelson and Staples are Rodney Crowell, Gary Clark Jr.
Kendrick Lamar delivers a powerful verse about the cycles of violence and desperation that ensnare so many in impoverished areas on “Survive,” a new track from Bay Area stalwart Mistah F.A.B. See Kendrick Lamar Debut ‘Untitled 07’ at March Madness Fest Over a languid but somber mid-tempo beat from Tha Bizness, Lamar lets loose a cascade of characteristically dextrous, clever and thoughtful lines. In one instance, he compares expert fence jumpers to Olympic hurdlers, before spitting this defiant, tongue-twisting rhyme: “Life of a young delinquent/Even stole him a Lincoln, at 15/Middle fingers, walked out the precinct.” The song also boasts an elegiac hook from Chicago singer Kobe Honeycutt, while Mistah F.A.B. turns in a vivid performance (“Section 8 policies/Top Ramen and sunflower seeds/June got killed cause he ain’t wanna lose his Wallabies”) and Slaughterhouse member Crooked I closes with a similarly gruff but poignant verse. “I reached out to Kendrick about a year ago like, ‘Yo Cousin, I need you on this record,'” F.A.B. tells Rolling Stone of how “Survive” came together. “He said it was no problem and got it to me the next day
Alessia Cara has released a remix to ” Wild Things ” featuring G-Eazy. The original song hails from her November debut album, Know-it-All . Watch Alessia Cara’s Celebratory ‘Wild Things’ Vid On the Maurice Sendak-inspired track, the Canadian singer-songwriter confidently sings that she won’t “hang around the in-crowd/The cool kids aren’t cool to me.” On the chorus she declares, “Find me where the wild things are.” “So don’t get it mixed up / it’s been my story / it’s never switched up / And I never kissed up,” G-Eazy raps on the remix, asserting his equally self-assured wild things ways with the ” Here ” singer. As Rap-Up notes, Cara recently released a “Wild Things (Nukid Remix)” on iTunes. The singer is planning a sequel to Here (The Remixes) , which was released last month and featured collaborations with Logic and Jaden Smith, and these recent remixes will likely be found on the forthcoming Wild Things (The Remixes) EP. The self-described shy kid began to break out of her shell following her signing to Def Jam last year. “I posted something on Instagram to tell everyone why I’d been disappearing from school all that time,” she told Rolling Stone. “I got so many texts like, ‘How come you didn’t tell us?!’ They thought I was just skipping school.” The singer recently made Rolling Stone ‘s “30 Best Things We Saw at Coachella: 2016” list. Related Watch Alessia Cara, Katy B’s Soulful ‘Hotline Bling’ Duet Alessia Cara Brings Anti-Party Anthem ‘Here’ to ‘Late Night’ Alessia Cara Talks Huge ‘Here’ Year, Def Jam Signing
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The Rolling Stones will soon be gearing up for their Desert Trip festival, which will find them at Indio, California’s Empire Polo Club for two weekends in October, alongside their music veteran peers Paul McCartney , Bob Dylan , the Who, Neil Young and Roger Waters. In an interview with Q104.3, the Stones’ Mick Jagger and Keith Richards talked about the upcoming events. How Six Classic Rock Legends United for One Mega Festival “I thought it was Coachella for old people,” Jagger joked when asked about what he thought of Desert Trip. The singer discussed the logistics of the camping-oriented festival and when asked if he planned to stay for the whole weekend (the Stones play on Friday both weekends), he said, “Maybe I’ll just get my RV and stay there for a bit longer.” Later, Jagger reveals that Dylan also has an RV. The band is no stranger to huge events like this one and the singer discussed how the band focuses on stage configurations and “what special songs could you possibly think of doing … You gotta worry about yourself, you don’t really worry about anyone else” rather than who else is on the bill. As for how it will be backstage, Jagger anticipates it will be “absolutely chaotic.” “On the Friday night, it’s going to be us and Bob Dylan, so there will be masses of musicians, actually masses of guests of all the musicians, and it’s a fun time for everyone,” he surmises. In an interview that followed separately, Richards joked, “How many trips can you take to the desert, man?,” and added, “The lineup is just amazing.” “I can’t believe we’re all going to be stuck in this little town together,” he said of his fellow lineup members. “I mean, never have we ever all in the same place at the same time.” He refers to the artists on the lineup as his “mates” and when asked about why they appeal to not only their own generation but new ones, he says, “It’s the songs. And I guess a genuineness about the feeling, about how people feel about music.” As for their Friday night tourmate Bob Dylan, whom Richards often refers to as Bobby during the interview, he’s thrilled about the double billing. “I’d work with Bob any[where]. I’d work with Bob in hell or heaven. I love him.” The Desert Trip will take place the weekends of October 7th-9th and October 14th-16th. Related Mick Jagger on Prince: ‘His Talent Was Limitless’ Rolling Stones, Dylan, McCartney, Tease Mega-Concert Stones, McCartney, Dylan, Who, Waters, Young Confirm Fest
Ozzy Osbourne and Slipknot ‘s Corey Taylor announced that Ozzfest and Knotfest would be joining forces for a standalone mega-fest this fall at a press conference Thursday. The event, officially dubbed Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, will feature Black Sabbath ‘s final California concert. Sharon Osbourne introduced the artists at the press conference, which included Slipknot’s Shawn “Clown” Crahan, Zakk Wylde and members of Anthrax, Hatebreed and others. Black Sabbath Talk ‘Bittersweet’ Farewell Tour, ‘The End’ The fest will take place on September 24th and 25th at the San Manuel Amphitheater and Festival Grounds in San Bernardino, California, and each day will feature a special lineup that represents each of the artist’s fests. Participating bands on the Ozzfest day include Black Sabbath, Disturbed, Megadeth, Opeth, Black Label Society, Children of Bodom, Hatebeed, Dead Cross, Municipal Waste, Kataklysm and Nails, among many others. The Knotfest day will feature Slipknot, Slayer, Amon Amarth, Anthrax, Suicide Silence, Emmure, Butcher Babies and others. In total, more than 40 acts will perform over the two days.