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Diddy To Bring Back ‘Making The Band’ with MTV

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Last week, Diddy took to Twitter throwback footage of his former MTV music-competition series Making The Band and questioned fans whether or not it was worth bringing the show back by using the hashtag, “IWantMyMTB.”

After giving it much thought, Diddy has officially announced that he will be rebooting the reality TV series that spawned the success of groups like O-Town, Danity Kane and Day 26.

“MTV and I are back together again!!” said Diddy in an e-mailed statement to Complex. “Making the Band is coming back bigger, bolder and more cutting edge. MTB on MTV was the pioneer of reality TV. We’re going to bring that supernatural energy back to the format and bring the world it’s next global superstars.”

Diddy and MTV have already begun accepting video submissions on all social media platforms with the hashtag “#MTBCasting.” More information is scheduled to be announced in the upcoming weeks about the start of casting. All MTB contestants must be 18 years of age or older.

The new season of Making The Band is scheduled to hit MTV in 2020.

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Live Stream: Rolling Loud New York Festival

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Friday, Sept. 23, kicks off the third annual Rolling Loud New York festival.

Taking place at the Citi Field in Queens, Rolling Loud will feature Nicki Minaj performing her first headlining set with Rolling Loud on Friday, while A$AP Rocky takes on Saturday, Sept. 24 and Future closing things out Sunday, Sept. 25. 

Rolling Loud New York was the center of attention on Thursday after the NYPD called for the franchise to remove rappers Sha Ek, Ron Suno, and 22Gz from the 2022 Rolling Loud New York Festival, according to the New York Times.  This is the second time 22Gz has been removed from the Rolling Loud lineup.

“I was informed by Rolling Loud that NYPD is pulling us off the show. With no explanation,” said Diamond “Bo” Brown, Suno’s manager, via text. “How does a person who [has] no criminal record and no gang activities be denied to perform in his hometown after all his hard work, It’s crazy because he never even made a diss record.” Brown says festival organizers assured her that Suno would still be paid for the booking “and will hopefully be able to perform at later events.”

Rolling Loud New York will be hosted by Hakeem Rowe, YesJulz, and himynamestee. The livestream will broadcast performances from the FashionNova and D’usse stages for all three days via Youtube starting at 2 PM.

Check out the schedule and live stream the FashionNova stage above and D’usse stage below.

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Lil Baby Announces Release Date For New Album ‘It’s Only Me’

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Last month, Lil Baby wrapped up his ‘One of them Ones’ tour with Chris Brown and unleashed his first documentary, Untrapped on Amazon Prime Video. As the documentary continues to get raving reviews from fans and critics, the Atlanta native announced on Thursday, September 1, that his brand new album ‘It’s Only Me,’ would be dropping October 14, 2022.

“I [know] its been a long time coming, but I’m coming harder And harder,” he wrote on Instagram.

To celebrate the announcement, Lil Baby dropped the official video for his new single, “Detox.”

It’s Only Me serves as a follow-up to Lil Baby’s 2020 album, My Turn. In 2021, he collaborated with Lil Durk on the joint album, The Voice of the Heroes.

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#MIAFest: Here Are The Set Times For Made In America 2022

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This weekend, Jay-Z will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of his Made In America festival. Taking place at Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, the two-day musical event is set to feature performances by GloRilla, Bad Bunny, Flo Milli, Burna Boy, Victoria Monet and more!

Check out the official set times below.

September 3rd

Freedom Stage

  • 2:00 | DIXSON
  • 2:45 | Zah Sosaa
  • 3:30 | Jeleel!
  • 4:15 | Glorilla
  • 5:00 | B-Lovee
  • 5:45 | Jenevieve
  • 6:30 | Icewear Vezzo
  • 7:15 | Flo Milli

Liberty Stage

  • 2:45 | Babyface Ray
  • 3:45 | Toro Y Moi
  • 5:15 | J.I.D
  • 6:45 | Kodak Black
  • 8:30 | Lil’ Uzi Vert

Rocky Stage

  • 3:15 | Larry June
  • 4:30 | Key Glock
  • 6:00 | Pusha T
  • 7:45 | Jazmine Sullivan
  • 9:30 | Tyler, The Creator

September 4

Freedom Stage

  • 1:30 | 5’2
  • 2:15 | Becca Hannah
  • 3:00 | Kur
  • 3:45 | Armani White
  • 4:30 | Ambré
  • 5:15 | Kalan.FrFr
  • 6:00 | Coast Contra
  • 6:45 | Kenny Mason
  • 7:30 | Young Nudy

Liberty Stage

  • 2:30 | Chimbala
  • 3:30 | Fuerz Regida
  • 5:00 | Rels B
  • 6:30 | Snoh Aalegra
  • 8:30 | Burna Boy

Rocky Stage

  • 3:00 | Victoria Monet
  • 4:15 | Tate McRae
  • 5:45 | Ryan Castro
  • 7:30 | Don Toliver
  • 9:30 | Bad Bunny
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