Ace Hood takes no prisoners with the third installment of his Body Bag mixtape series. The West the Best MC assaults 11 past classic and current popular beats by Eminem, Drake, Kanye West, Lil’ Wayne, Jeremih, Bobby Shmurda, Rae Sremmurd, and more. Stream and download Body Bag, Vol. 3 below.
Kid Cudi suffered a minor health scare during his hour-long set at Chicago’s North Coast Music Festival last night. After jumping into the photo pit to interact with fans while performing “Pursuit of Happiness,” the Cleveland rapper unexpectedly lost consciousness and collapsed. He appeared to still be out of it while being carried away by security.
Fortunately, Cudi took to Twitter after the show to assure his fans he’s doing ok and put his scare down to not eating properly before performing. His next gig is at OutKast’s homecoming concert in Atlanta on September 27, so he’ll have plenty of time to recuperate.
Riding off the success of their summer anthem “No Flex Zone,” Rae Sremmurd gives fans an official remix. Previously, both Nicki Minaj and Pusha T released their own versions of the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced banger. Now, the duo of Slim Jimmy and Sway Lee adds both verses together, plus their own new raps as a bonus.
Listen below and check out their new single “No Type” here.
The 2014 Made In America Festival kicked off on Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia, and for the first-time, Downtown Los Angeles. Over in Cali, artists such as Kendrick Lamar and TDE, Hit-Boy with special guest Rich Boy, YG, and DJ Mustard rocked the pack crowd at Grand Park. Iggy Azalea, fresh off performing at the MTV VMAs last weekend, brought her hits such as “Fancy,” “Problem,” and “Black Widow” with a surprise appearance from Rita Ora.
Over in Philly at Benjamin Franklin Parkway, J. Cole had the crowd singing and rapping every song as he opened with the heartfelt tribute to Mike Brown in “Be Free,” closing with “Power Trip.” His Dreamville Records labelmate Bas, Big Daddy Kane, Chromeo, Baauer, and Steve Aoki also hit the stage before Kanye West closed the night off. Check out photos and some footage below.
The third annual Made In America Festival came to a close at Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway and L.A.’s Grand Park on Sunday. Along with artists such as Danny Brown, Girl Talk, and Freeway rocking the various stages in Philly, YG brought his My Krazy Life debut album to the main stage. Performing hits such as “My Hittas” and “Who Do You Love?,” the Compton rapper took time to tribute the currently jailed and hometown favorite Meek Mill, playing his “Dreams & Nightmares Intro” while holding a “Free Meek Mill” t-shirt. Pharrell Williams closed Day 2 in Philly, going through records off his latest album G I R L, plus chart-topping hits he’s given his platinum touch to ranging from Jay Z to Daft Punk.
Over in L.A., John Mayer, Steve Aoki, Rita Ora, Nipsey Hussle, SZA, and Chance the Rapper held down west coast concert-goers until Kanye West gave another exciting final performance. Just 24 hours after closing Day 1 in Philly, Yeezus brought his theatrics to the “City of Angels” as wife Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kris Jenner watched on. Also spotted was Beyoncé and Jay Z, who were spotted having drinks, laughing, and dancing enjoying Kanye’s 80-minute set.
Drake and Lil’ Wayne’s summer battle tour pulled into Atlanta’s Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Sunday night. Staying true to the southern city, it was only right that 2 Chainz made a guest appearance, joining Lil’ Wayne first for “Rich As F*ck.” Soon after, the artist formerly known as Tity Boi, assisted Drake with their Nothing Was the Samecollab “All Me.”
During the DJ battle intermission between Future the Prince and DJ Q45, ILOVEMAKONNEN popped up on stage to perform the song “Tuesday.” Drake, who is featured on the official remix to “Tuesday,” has signed the 25-year-old to his OVO Sound label.
Curated by Jay Z, the third annual Made In America Festival returns to Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and a new location this year in Los Angeles’ Grand Park. The two-day festival kicks off on Saturday, with performances from Kanye West, J. Cole, Big Daddy Kane, Chromeo, Steve Aoki, and more in Philly, while Kendrick Lamar, Iggy Azalea, YG, Hit-Boy, Afrojack, Imagine Dragons, and more hit the various stages in Los Angeles.
UPDATE: The stream for Day Two is now live. L.A.’s lineup includes Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, Nipsey Hussle, DJ Mustard and SZA, while Philly will be treated to performances by Pharrell, YG, Danny Brown and more.
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