Connect with us

Culture

Travis Scott Is Live Streaming His ‘Astroworld’ Festival Set on Apple Music

Published

on

Last week, Travis Scott took to social media to announce that his Astroworld Festival would be returning. Set to take place on Nov. 5 – 6, the two-day festival will feature performances from SZA, Earth Wind & Fire, Young Thug & YSL, Bad Bunny, Chief Keef, SZA, 21 Savage, Roddy Ricch, Lil Baby, Don Toliver, Bia, Metro Boomin and many more.

For fans who are unable to travel to the Astroworld Festival taking place at the NRG Park in Houston, TX., Apple Music will be live streaming Travis Scott’s set for fans in 167 countries and regions starting at 10 PM ET on Friday, Nov. 5th.

Don’t have Apple Music? Sign up using our affiliate link here and get three months free.

Culture

Summer Walker Unveils ‘Still Over It’ Album Tracklist

Published

on

Summer Walker Still Over It

This Friday (Nov. 5th), Summer Walker is dropping her sophomore album Still Over It via LVRN/Interscope Records.

As we approach the release date, Summer returns with the official tracklist to the anticipated project. The tracklist which provides a timeline of pivotal moments in her life contains features from Cardi B, Ari Lennox, Pharrell Williams, SZA, Lil Durk, JT from City Girls, Ciara and Omarion.

Still Over It serves as a follow-up to Summer Walker’s 2020 debut, Over It.

Check out the tracklist below.

Continue Reading

Culture

New Rory and Mal Podcast Lands A SiriusXM Deal

Published

on

new rory and mal

Believe it or not, it’s been five months since Rory and Mal were “fired” from the Joe Budden Podcast during Episode 437: “You Want It To Be One Way.” Since then, the two cohosts have since branched out, starting their own podcast, New Rory & Mal.

Proving their naysayers wrong, not only is their podcast doing numbers, but the two friends have just inked a deal with SiriusXM’s Stitcher and will air weekly every Tuesday and Friday, starting November 2nd.

In an exclusive interview with Vulture, Rory and Mal spoke about their new podcast and how they wanted to do things differently, along with their current relationship with Joe Budden.

“We definitely wanted to add some new elements into podcasting. I feel like podcasting has become pretty stagnant and a little oversaturated, where everyone is just setting up microphones and talking about the same thing every single day,” Rory told Vulture.

“It’s become, like, the new mixtape or the new merch line. It’s just this shit that everybody kept doing. After everything happened [with The Joe Budden Podcast], Mal and I sat down and were like, “Yo, I think the only way we continue doing this shit is if we can really do it in a unique way.”

On The Joe Budden Podcast:

“There were a lot of things we wanted to do in the old show that we weren’t able to because we just didn’t have as much control after a while,” said Mal. “Looking back, that was the beginning of the end. Honestly, all that started when every time we wanted to try something, the energy around it would just be like, ‘Ehh, I don’t know.’ Despite the fact that this is our show, you know what I mean?”

“And then there were also a lot of business meetings that were happening that we didn’t know about. Coming out of all that was a blessing, because now it’s literally just Rory and myself having conversations about what we creatively want to do. Stuff that before would not have seen the light of day because the energy around it was just, ‘Ah, I don’t know, let’s think about that, let’s come back to that.’ It was never, ‘Yes, let’s do it, let’s try.’ With just Rory and myself, it can happen so freely now.”

On their relationship with Joe Budden:

Rory: I’ve run into him, but it wasn’t really a conversation.

Mal: I haven’t seen or spoken to him since my last day at the studio. I’m happy it went that way because if I had seen him or run into him, it would have been bad news.

Joe Budden has since indirectly responded to the comments made about him in the interview with “They’ll question your character once you stop taking care of them” via Instagram Stories.

243363563 302069555065016 6072467799034305006 n

 

Continue Reading

Culture

J. Cole Announces 2022 Dreamville Festival

Published

on

Dreamville J. Cole

After numerous delays related to the COVID-19 pandemic and Hurricane Florence, J. Cole has announced the return of the Dreamville Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The two-day festival is scheduled to take place, April 2 – 3, 2022 and will serve as a follow-up to the 2019 festival that took place at Dorothea Dix Park. You can purchase tickets via dreamvillefest.com

Continue Reading

Trending