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Bonnaroo Music Festival 2021 Lineup Revealed!

The 2021 Bonnaroo Music Festival is happening!

After being canceled last year amid the pandemic, the music and arts festival is returning in 2021 with some huge names at the event, which is held between September 2 to September 5 in Manchester, Tenn.

Foo Fighters, Lizzo, Tyler The Creator, Tame Impala, Megan Thee Stallion and Lana Del Rey are among the big names headlining this year.

Other major acts include Lil Baby, Run The Jewels, Janelle Monáe, Phoebe Bridgers, deadmau5, G-Eazy, Jack Harlow, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit and Brittany Howard.

Tickets go on sale as of Wednesday (March 31) right here.

Find out what’s happening with Coachella this year.

Taylor Swift, BTS, Harry Styles & More to Perform at Grammys 2021 - Performers List Revealed!

The 2021 Grammys will be full of incredible live performers!

The Recording Academy announced a list of performers at the upcoming ceremony on Sunday (March 7).

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Taylor Swift, BTS and Harry Styles are among the major entertainers set to hit the stage.

Bad Bunny, Black Pumas, Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Mickey Guyton, Haim, Brittany Howard, Miranda Lambert, Lil Baby, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, John Mayer, Megan Thee Stallion, Maren Morris, Post Malone and Roddy Ricch will also be performing.

Several of the performers are making their Grammys stage debut, including Harry, Megan and Bad Bunny.

“Artists will be coming together, while still safely apart, to play music for each other as a community and celebrate the music that unites us all,” the announcement reads, adding that the audience will be limited to performers, nominees and a small number of their guests. Here’s more about how the show will work amid the pandemic.

Find out who is nominated at this year’s ceremony.

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards will broadcast live on CBS and Paramount+ from 8:00 p.m. ET on Sunday (March 14).

Meek Mill Faces Backlash for Kobe Bryant Lyric in Newly Surfaced Song

Meek Mill is being hit with criticism.

The 33-year-old rapper is getting backlash for a new track that surfaced online featuring Lil Baby, which seemingly references Kobe Bryant‘s fatal helicopter crash.

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“Yeah, and if I ever lack, I’m goin’ out with my chopper, it be another Kobe,” he is heard rapping on the song, which has been listed on Genius under the title “Don’t Worry (RIP Kobe).”

Social media has harshly spoken out against the rapper for the line.

Lil Baby also raps about wanting to “have a son, so I can name him Kobe/Daughter Gigi,” seemingly referring to Kobe’s daughter who also died in the crash.

Last year, Meek was caught in a controversy involving Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Find out what happened…

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Rockstar's Super Bowl Commercial 2021 Features Lil Baby Introducing Real Rockstars (Video)

DaBaby might be known for the song “Rockstar,” but fellow rapper Lil Baby will now be known for starring in the Rockstar commercial!

The 26-year-old rapper teamed up with the energy drink brand for a 30-second commercial that aired during the 2021 Super Bowl.

Dave Meyers directed the clip and it features some real-life rockstars.

“When Rockstar approached me about this Super Bowl ad, I knew right away that I wanted to be a part of it,” Lil Baby said in a statement. “It’s all about the hard work and hustle that it takes to succeed. Some people think I had instant success, but they don’t understand how hard I worked. I know what it’s like to fall flat and how it feels when your energy is tapped. I still hustle every day to make my music and share it with my fans. Rockstar Energy helps me do that.”

Watch the commercial below!

Lil Baby Had an Important Message About Mental Health During His AMAs 2020 Performance

Lil Baby turned his performance at the 2020 American Music Awards into a therapy session.

The 25-year-old rapper gave a performance of his song “Emotionally Scarred” at the event, which is airing on Sunday (November 22) and taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

“I’m emotionally scarred, that ain’t even your fault / But don’t listen to them haters tryna fill your ears with salt,” Lil Baby rapped while surrounded by flaming rocks.

Lil Baby was nominated for two awards at the event – New Artist of the Year and Favorite Album – Rap/Hip-Hop – but he sadly didn’t win either of them.

You can also see photos of Lil Baby in the red carpet in the gallery here.

FYI: Lil Baby is wearing an Amiri look.

20+ pictures inside of Lil Baby at the 2020 American Music AwardsMore Here! »

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Lil Baby Gets Into a Debate About Police Corruption & Systemic Racism: 'Black People Are Racist Too'

Lil Baby is debating the topic of racism.

The 25-year-old rapper discussed police corruption and systemic racism in an interview with Rolling Stone.

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In the interview with RS writer Charles Holmes, he spoke about the topic of police corruption on his song “The Bigger Picture,” which includes the line: “Corrupted police been the problem where I’m from /But I’d be lying if I said it was all of them.”

When the writer pushed back to say that there cannot be “good police in a fundamentally flawed and racist system,” he disagreed.

“Just ’cause you work in a racist system doesn’t mean you racist. Damn near every system that got a job is a racist system. You know what I mean? CEOs be like old white people. You never know, they got to be some kind of racist ’cause at some certain age, your parent, that was the way of life almost. So I almost feel like all these corporations or whatnot may be racist. And Black people are racist too,” he said.

“Black people can’t be racist,” the writer said in disagreement.

“Why? Racist means to be just to your race,” Lil Baby responded.

“Well, the thing about racism is you would have to have some type of power, and Black people, historically speaking, don’t have any power to be racist. We can be prejudiced,” Charles said.

“To me, a racist is someone who treats a different race than theirs a different way than they would treat theirs. I feel like if you’re a Black person and you treat all Black people one way and all white people one way, you’re racist. I’m not a racist, so I give a white person a chance to talk and actually we get into it before I can say I don’t like you or not. And I feel the same way about a Black person. You ain’t gon’ be my buddy just ’cause you’re Black. Just straight up.”

The writer ended the topic saying they “agree to disagree.”

For the full conversation, head to RollingStone.com.

Lil Baby recently achieved something amazing.

Lil Baby Is No. 1 for a Fifth Week on Billboard 200 With 'My Turn'!

Lil Baby is staying on top.

The 25-year-old superstar held at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for a fifth overall week with My Turn, and fourth consecutive week, as of Sunday (July 5) according to the official chart company.

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The album now has the most weeks at the top of the charts in 2020 for any release, and the most since Post Malone‘s Hollywood’s Bleeding in 2019.

My Turn was released back in February, and now ties Boyz II Men‘s II for the most weeks at No. 1 for a Motown Records album in the last 40 years.

It also logged the most weeks at No. 1 for any Capitol Records album since The Beatles‘ greatest hits compilation 1 back in 2000 and 2001. Congratulations, Lil Baby!

See this week’s full Billboard 200 Top 10 inside…More Here! »