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Amazon Music to Livestream Dreamville Festival with J. Cole, Drake, Burna Boy & More

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Dreamville and Amazon Music have announced that fans can live stream the 2023 Dreamville Festival, scheduled to take place on April 1-2 at Raleigh’s Dorothea Dix Park.

Starting at 2 p.m. EDT, fans will be able to stream via Amazon Music channel on Twitch as well as Prime Video. On Saturday, April 1, Dreamville Fest will be headlined by Usher, with additional performances from Lil Durk, Ari Lennox, City Girls, Sean Paul, EARTHGANG, Jessie Reyez, and Key Glock, among more; while on Sunday, April 2, will feature a headlining performance by Burna Boy, with additional performances by Summer Walker, J.I.D, GloRilla, Bas, Waka Flocka Flame, Mario, and many more.

To end the night, J. Cole will introduce Drake as a special guest during his set on the festival’s main stage, as the two will perform a medley of hits from their chart-topping catalogs. Check out the line up below!

Saturday, April 1:

USHER
Lil Durk
Ari Lennox
City Girls
Sean Paul
EARTHGANG
Jessie Reyez
Key Glock
SiR
Lute
Omen
Marqus Clae
Victony

Sunday, April 2:

J. Cole + Drake
Burna Boy
Summer Walker
J.I.D
GloRilla
Bas
Waka Flaka Flame
Mario
Ayra Starr
Baby Tate
Cozz
Jordan Ward
Reuben Vincent

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Kendrick Lamar Announces ‘Ken & Friends’ Concert

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Kendrick Lamar has announced a one-day show titled ‘Ken & Friends,’ scheduled to occur at The Forum in Inglewood, California. This event is being presented by pgLang and Free Lunch, and is billed as “The Pop Out” show. The show is scheduled to take place on June 19th and will feature some special guests.

General ticket sales for the event will start this Friday at 10 a.m. PT on Ticketmaster. However, Cash App Card customers will have the opportunity to purchase tickets one day earlier, giving them first priority. The Pop Out show will be Kendrick Lamar’s first live performance since his recent back-and-forth with Drake, during which the two rappers exchanged diss tracks for two weeks straight.

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BIA Calls Out Cardi B on New Diss Track Following Cardi B’s Instagram Live

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On Friday, May 31, Cardi B was featured on the official remix of GloRilla‘s “Wanna Be” alongside Megan Thee Stallion. On the track, Cardi took the opportunity to respond to rapper BIA, who had previously dissed her on Dreezy‘s “B***h Duh (Remix).”

The following night (Saturday, June 1), Cardi B went live to explain her ongoing feud with BIA, revealing that they had a heated phone conversation that initially ended on a high note. However, the beef began to pick up again when Cardi heard rumors that BIA had claimed she was cheating on her husband, Offset. Cardi then warned BIA she would sue her, stating, “When you lie about my p***y, I’ma sue you and you better come with receipts.”



In response, BIA previewed her diss track titled “Sue Me” on Instagram Live, clearly taunting Cardi:

“C-A-R-D-I, cry on IG/Catch another ‘tude ‘cause she couldn’t catch a beat/Do I beef with you or do I beef with Pardi?/You been scrapping projects since 2019”



Did BIA deliver on her diss?

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Chance The Rapper Announces New Mixtape ‘Star Line’

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Chance The Rapper quietly revealed his upcoming mixtape, “Star Line,” via Instagram. In his bio, he simply stated, “Working on my mixtape it’s called Star Line.” The project will feature collaborations with notable artists like Lil Wayne, DJ Premier, Lil Yachty, and more.

On X (formerly Twitter), Chance shared a teaser clip featuring appearances from Wayne, Preemo, Lil Yachty, Jermaine Dupri, T-Pain, Jazze Pha, and Vic Mensa. Additionally, he gave fans a sneak peek of a new track titled “Buried Alive” and polled them on whether he should drop a music video for it.



“Star Line” marks Chance The Rapper’s follow-up to his 2019 album, “The Big Day.”

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