Common Raps Powerful Verse at 2018 Woman's March in Utah [VIDEO]

Demonstrators across the U.S. rallied together as part 2018 Women’s March on Saturday (Jan. 20). In Park City, Utah, Common was among the guest speakers at a rally and delivered a rap for the women activists in attendance. Common recited his powerful verse from "The Day Women Took Over," which is from his 2016 album Black America Again. “The New World Order is fathers loving their daughters/ And baby’s mamas supported and...

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Quavo Says He's Making Beats With Kanye West

As Migos prep to release their new project Culture II, Quavo has been making music with none other than Kanye West. In an interview with Los Angeles' REAL 92.3, Quavo revealed that he’s been working with Yeezy in the studio. "I've been going crazy on the fingers, you dig?" he said, referencing the pads on the beat machine. "I did a couple beats with Kanye, me and DJ] Durel. It's crazy." Quavo added...

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Ciara Gets Dragged Over 'Girlfriend Vs. Married Woman' Tweet

Ciara has found herself knee deep in slander after she posted a video on Twitter about “Girlfriend Vs. Married Woman.” The video above features a pastor talking about women’s frustrations with being single. He appears to suggest that single women must present themselves worthy enough to be married before they can be chosen by a man. After Ciara posted the tweet, she drew the ire fans on Twitter who felt the R&B singer — who...

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Fatboy Slim is DJing at Revs this week, hoooly crap

Fatboy Slim will be gracing the wheels steel at none other than Revolver tomorrow. STOP THE DAMN PRESSES. The party veteran is currently down under completing a tour that finishes up on the weekend at Electric Gardens Festival in Sydney, and has revealed this will be his SOLE club set during the stay so, uh, if you’re in Melbourne you better go! The night will see supports from Benson, Tameless ( & Adam Hooper), Market...

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There is a megamix full of Hottest 100 classics

To celebrate triple j‘s Hottest 100 reaching 25 years, Melbourne duo Miicha have dished up a monstrous megamix full crowd favourites from the past quarter century. The nearly 2-hour mix bounces through pretty much every genre under the sun, blending The Killers into Skrillex, Jay-Z and Kanye West into Benny Benassi and System a Down into Prodigy with the smoothest efforts. They even have Freestyler in there, and that gets some...

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