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Just a few hours after releasing his new album KOD, J.Cole is back with the official video for his single ATM.

“ATM” is the first single off J. Cole’s just-released album KOD, which stands for Kids on Drugs, King Overdosed, and Kill Our Demons.

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Kanye West finally came out of his creative coma in Wyoming and returned back to sociaty. Yesterday Yeezus shared on twitter his next studio album will drop June 1.

While the album will only have 7 tracks, Kanye has a lot more in store as he and Kid Cudi will be releasing a joint album Kids See Ghost, June 8th. The album title is also the name of their newly-formed duo. Kanye also gave more look forward to when he annoucned Teyana Taylor sopmhore album will be released June 22nd.

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Ariana Grande returns with her brand new single “No Tears Left To Cry” Produced by Max Martin and ILYA, written by Ariana, Max Martin, ILYA, and Savan Kotecha, “No Tears Left To Cry” is the first single from her upcoming highly anticipated album. In addition, Ariana unveiled the Dave Meyers directed video.

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Ariana Grande is back! Last night the young pop star officially announced “No Tears Left to Cry,” the lead single off her forthcoming album. Due out this Friday, Ariana debuted the official cover art to her Pharrell Williams produced single.

While the new single is expected to drop this Friday, Ariana has more planned as she recently linked with video director Dave Meyers to shoot the video for her new single.

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After announcing her new label deal with Keep Cool/RCA Records, Normani wasted no time with getting nothing but the best for her debut solo album. As her duet single “Love Lies” with Khalid climbs up the charts, the 5H member recruits the help of Missy Elliott for her debut LP.

Speaking with Billboard, Normani explained how the collaboration happened. “I’ll be working with Missy Elliott soon, and the fact that she’s even willing to take a chance on me as a new artist means a lot, considering that she’s the one I’ve looked up to since I was a little girl,” she explained. “I literally remember dancing in my grandmother’s living room to all of Missy Elliott’s records. She’s such an innovator, and there’s no one else out there like her. The fact that she is willing to work with me…I’m like, ‘Who? Me?’”

While no release date has been set yet, Normani is hoping for a late 2018 or early 2019 release. While making her promo rounds Normani recently stopped by HOT 97 to talk about  Fifth Harmony’s hiatus, metting Beyonce and more.

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Since the release of his debut Album Sum Of My Music, Jussie Smollett has been keeping very busy. Just yesterday the singer/actor premiered the video for his latest single, “Hurt People.” The follow up to his Swizz Beatz produced single “Catch Your Eye.”

Says Smollett of the “Hurt People” video: “I hope and pray this visual will both entertain and inspire. The theme of tolerance and love was completely inspired by Nelson Mandela and the triumphant spirit of the people of South Africa and all African nations that lives within all of us regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation. This is an anthem for every person that is ready to break the cycle of hurt people hurting people.”

Along with debuting his new video on Billboard, Jussie also announced his world tour which kicks off on April 20 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Sum of My Music Tour:

April 20 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates

May 7 – Cologne, Germany, Luxor

May 8 – Frankfurt, Germany, Zoom

May 9 – Berlin, Germany, Lido

May 10 – Cannes, France, VIP Room

May 17 – Oakland, CA, Complex

May 19 – Long Beach, CA, Long Beach Pride Festival

May 20 – Santa Ana, CA, Constellation Room

May 21 – Los Angeles, Roxy

May 25 – Philadelphia, Coda

May 26 – Washington, D.C., U Street

May 27 – New York, SOB’s

May 29 – Atlanta, The Masquerade (Hell)

June 1: Houston, Satellite Bar

June 2 – Austin, Empire Control Room

June 3 – Dallas, Deep Ellum Art Co

June 5 – St. Louis, Old Rock House

June 8 – Cleveland, Grog Shop

June 9 – Milwaukee, Milwaukee Pride Festival

June 10 – Chicago, Subterranean

June 12 – Detroit, El Club

July 7 – New Orleans, Essence Festival

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702 IS BACK! The Platinum Selling artist are eager to get back on stage and give their fans what they been waiting years for!! The ladies recently reunited at the 2017 Soul Train Music Awards.

In 1999 the trio released the most famous 702 song called “Where My Girls At?” on the album 702 which gained a high level of success for the group selling 1,000,000 copies in the United States.

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Beyonce turned Coachella into Beychella as she made her return to the stage after delivering twins last year. Giving us a performance to remember, King B slayed with a 105-minute set, paying homage to HBCU’s, Bey kicked off the homecoming-themed performance backed by an army of 100 dancers and band members.

As the first African-American female headliner, Beyonce brought along her Husband Jay Z as he joined B on stage for their collaboration “Déjà Vu.” King B was later joined by her former group member’s Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams as the trio performed their hit’s “Lose My Breath,” “Say My Name,” and “Soldier.” The surprises were not done just yet, as Solange joined her big sister on stage for a “Get Me Bodied” dance off.

If you missed last night’s epic performance don’t worry check out the full set below.

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Yesterday Coachella kicked off day 1 activities in Indio, CA. With stage performances from today’s rising stars like Vince Staples, Daniel Caesar, Kali Uchis and more. Making her second appearance, SZA took over the main stage. SZA kicked things off as she performed “Supermodel,” while covered in a baggy jumpsuit.

The 43-minute set continued as she performed songs from her debut album CTRL, such as Love Galore, Broken Clocks, Go Gina and more. SZA didn’t disappoint as she brought out special guest Isaiah Rashad and Trippie Redd. The crowed then went wild as Kendrick Lamar came out to rap his verse for “Doves in the Wind” and closing with their Billboard smash-hit “All the Stars” off the TDE-curated Black Panther soundtrack. Check out the full performance below.