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Live Stream: Made In America Festival 2018

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Philadephia was under fire earlier this summer when Mayor Jim Kenney, announced that the Made In America Festival would no longer take place at Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Following Jay-Z‘s open letter to the mayor that outlined the revenue brought in and the jobs created since the first festival in 2012, the Mayor said it was all a misunderstanding and that Made In America would remain in Philly.

Today, September 1st, Day One of Made In America is officially underway and can be streamed exclusively on Tidal.

With Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Post Malone headlining the two-day event, the MIA stage will also feature from performances by Meek Mill, Diplo, Miguel, 6LACK, Belly, Ty Dolla Sign, Rich The Kid, Juice WRLD, BlocBoy JB, and many more.

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Watch: Keyshia Cole & Ashanti’s Verzuz Battle

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Following two delays, the Ashanti and Keyshia Cole VERZUZ battle finally happened Thursday, Jan. 21.

Followed by the battle between E-40 and Too Short, the anticipation for the battle between Keyshia Cole and Ashanti had fizzled out a bit after the first delay when Ashanti caught COVID back in December. As cases continue to rise, the VERZUZ production team thought it would be safer to conduct the battle remotely.

With over a million people watching, despite Keyshia Cole’s tardiness, Ashanti and Cole went head to head for almost two hours.

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More than 8.1 MILLION viewers tuned in across Instagram, Apple Music, and other streams to watch @Ashanti and @KeyshiaCole ♎️♎️Let’s look at the stats (THREAD) pic.twitter.com/MeW9UdptSB

Watch the two go head to head above.

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SZA – Hit Different x So Good (Acoustic Live Performance)

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As we continue to await her highly-anticipated sophomore effort, SZA holds us over with an acoustic live performance of her latest single, “Hit Different” and “Good Day.” Accompanied by Carter Lang, watch the performance above.

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Watch Mulatto’s ‘Tiny Desk (Home) Concert’

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After having a groundbreaking 2020 with her debut album, Queen Of Da Souf, Mulatto keeps the momentum going as she performs for NPR‘s Tiny Desk with a Home Concert.

Backed by a Band, the Houston rapper performs her popular album picks/singles,  “Youngest N Richest,” “Blame Me” and “He Say She Say.”

Watch Mulatto’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concert above.

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