Watch Outkast’s Return Set at Coachella


Coachella is still going and if haven’t already tuned in sometime this weekend to see weekend one of the annual music festival, you might be missing out on some great performers including The Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, Foster the People, Muse, Beck, HAIM, The Replacements and many more. 

One of the most anticipated performances of the weekend took place on Friday; the return of Outkast. After being on hiatus for the past decade, the duo revealed that they would be performing at every single music festival known to mankind this Summer beginning with Coachella. Though there was nothing but mixed reactions about the performance, they did not skip on guests including Janelle Monae, Sleepy Brown and rapper Future. 

Andre 3000 did reveal that Prince was backstage, but sadly, the purple one did not join them on stage. 

Watch their full set which includes tracks from 1998’s Aquemini, 2000’s Stankonia and 2003’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below


Drake Cancels Philadelphia Show


Not a really good way to start a tour by already cancelling it before it’s even begun.

Last night, during his second official tour stop in Philadelphia as part of his Would You Like a Tour, Drake cancelled the performance just a mere hours before it was scheduled to begin.

Local website, reports that at the time that the rapper decided to pull the plug on the show, fans had already entered the Wells Fargo Center for the show that night. Once everyone had been inside, the venue received the news of the cancelled show and had to notify the attendees about the cancellation.

A spokesperson for the venue issued a last-minute explanation or rather excuse for why the show had been canned before it even began. “Due to the elaborate nature of tonight’s show and an unexpected technical issue, Drake’s ‘Would You Like A Tour’ concert at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia has been postponed until Wednesday, December 18th.”

If that excuse sounds oddly familiar, it is quite similar to the original excuse that was given as to why Drake had decided to reschedule the entire tour last-minute last month.

But things have been looking less than optimistic for this tour since it was first announced. First the rapper re-schedules the entire tour for almost the same reason. Then rumors start circulating that he had kicked off opening act, Future after he spoke out against Drake’s new album. Future was stated as saying that Nothing Was the Same, the new album, “is full of hits, but it doesn’t grab you. They’re not possessive; they don’t make you feel the way I do.”

When Future and his legal team threatened a lawsuit, the rumor was dubbed just that, a rumor and now the cancellation of a tour date just an hour before it was supposed to go on.

Not only were the audience members surprised by the revelation of the cancellation, it looks like Drake’s other opening act did not get the memo either. Miguel took to Twitter last night saying, “Man, just found out, unfortunately tonight’s show in Philly is cancelled. Can’t wait to find out the rescheduled date and come back and rock.”

Instead of hiding out from the public, Miguel and his band did go to another Philadelphia location to give a show for those bummed about the cancelled show.