DJ Mustard is back with the drop of his brand new video for Ridin’ Around featuring Nipsey Hussle, RJ produced by DJ Mustard and directed by Dan Centrone.
The Nike Dunk Low SB Pro Camo Green will officially drop at select retailers and Nike SNKRS for a retail price of $90.
Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar will headline this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, taking place in Indio, Calif. over the course of two weekends in April.
Confirmed today (Jan. 3), this year’s event is slated to feature another star-studded roster of artists for what’s sure to be one of 2017’s most talked-about events.
Opening things up on Friday (Apr. 14), the date will include sets from Travis Scott, Mac Miller, DJ Shadow, and more, as Radiohead will rock the night away as the first evening’s headliners.
Then, things will get royal on Saturday (Apr. 15), when Queen Bey will grace the stage. Prior to Beyoncé’s arrival, fans will be treated to sets by Future, DJ Snake, ScHoolboy Q, Gucci Mane, Tory Lanez, and Majid Jordan, among others.
The royal theme will continue on Sunday (Apr. 16) as the first weekend will close out with King Kendrick Lamar. Before Cornrow Kenny hits the main platform, however, DJ Khaled, Lil Uzi Vert, Kehlani, Kaytranada, and many more will hit the fest’s stages and tents.
As always, the event will feature the same lineup the following weekend, (Apr. 21-23) for its encore edition, which has, in the past, included changes.
This won’t be the first time Coachella audiences have seen Kendrick and Bey at the annual festival. Yoncé performed with Jay Z in 2010 and danced with Solange in 2014. Meanwhile, K. Dot popped up during Ice Cube and Anderson .Paak sets last year and delivered a non-headlining set of his own in 2012.
Festival passes for both weekends go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 11 a.m. PST.
Chris Brown is back at it with the drop of his latest single called 500 Wayz.
Wale is back with the release of his brand new single called Smile featuring Phil Adé.
Producer and artist Lil Jon once famously sung that there’s nothing in the world he’d contemplate turning down for—now that’s all changed. In ESPN’s latest campaign, the rapper delivers a retrospective on his famous tune “Turn Down for What,” announcing he’s found something worth stopping partying for: NBA Saturday Primetime.