With an album on the way for release later this year, Pusha-T has given us all something to hold us over until then. He has released an 11-track mixtape titled Wrath of Caine, which features contributions and support by Rick Ross, Wale, and French Montana. The mixtape also features production from Young Chop, The Neptunes, and Kanye West. Check out the entire mixtape here!
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Hey punks! The legend that is Bad Religion is ready to release their 16th album studio album, True North, on longtime label Epitaph Records. The actual release date isn’t until January 22, but a full-album stream is now available HERE. Accompanying the new album will be a massive tour through the US, Germany, Italy, France, and Sweden.
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Attention ravers. As if this years Ultra Music Festival lineup wasn’t enough to get you stoked for the 15th Anniversary of the internationally acclaimed festival, Miami commissioners have given the go on a second weekend of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) in Bayfront Park in Miami, FL. This marks the first ever EDM festival to span two weekends, March 15-17 and 22-24 to be specific.
Last year, Ultra raked in over $79 million for the economy of the Miami area, and that number is sure to be surpassed with this massive expansion of the festival. Coincidentally, the amount of resources, personel (including police), planning, etc., will also have to be heightened; something which had concerned many when Miami commissioners were confronted by Ultra organizers with their request.
The first weekend lineup has already been announced and will feature performances by EDM giants such as Armin Van Buuren, Avicii, Bassnectar, David Guetta, deadmau5, Fatboy Slim, Kaskade, Knife Party, Major Lazer, Swedish House Mafia, Tií«sto, and many more. The second weekend lineup is soon to be announced so keep checking in here to stay up to date on what will certainly be one of the biggest music festivals of the year.
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The people have spoken. The 2013 People’s Choice Awards were held yesterday at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, CA and the results don’t seem to surprise many. Katy Perry walked away with four awards, including Favorite Female Artist as well as Music Video, Favorite Pop Artist, and Favorite Fan Following – referring of course to the KatyCats.
Other notable award recipients include One Direction who was awarded Favorite Album and Favorite Song, Jason Mraz who was awarded Favorite Male Artist, and Taylor Swift who was awarded Favorite Country Artist.
Performances throughout the night featured Jason Aldean who belted “My Kind of Party” and R&B favorite Alicia Keys, who sang “Girl on Fire,” as well as “New Day.” Christina Aguilera also performed her ballad “Blank Page” and did so in style, dressed in white and surrounded by candlelight. Perhaps the most entertaining performance of the show was The Wanted‘s acceptance speech, wherein the members broke into an a cappella of “Afternoon Delight.”
All the winners are can be viewed after the jump.