Daily Archives: March 1, 2017

Lil Wayne to Embark on Kloser 2 U Tour

Lil Wayne will embark on a U.S. tour this spring, which he unveiled on Facebook. Dubbed the Kloser 2 U Tour, the rapper kicks off the 12-date run prior to his appearance at the 10th annual Roots Picnic.

The tour launches in Louisville, KY, on April 14th and wraps in Detroit on May 11th. In the midst of the tour, he will also headline the Rolling Loud festival, which takes place May 5th through May 7th, in Miami, FL along with Kendrick Lamar and Future. Prior to the tour, he has one-off dates scheduled on March 31st in Minneapolis, MN, a show in Gainesville, FL on April 4th and he performs in Morgantown, WV on April 7th.

Following his tour, he will headline Roots Picnic on June 3rd along with Solange, Pharrell Williams and the Roots.

Kloser 2 U Tour tickets go on sale this Friday.

Lil Wayne Kloser 2 U Tour Dates

April 14 – Louisville, KY @Louisville Palace
April 15 – Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theater
April 19 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues Anaheim
April 20 – San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
April 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Hollywood Palladium
April 27 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
April 28 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
April 30 – Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
May 2 – Nashville, TN @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium
May 8 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre
May 10 – Grand Rapids, MI @ 20 Monroe Live
May 11 – Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre

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See Bruno Mars' Playful New Video 'That's What I Like'

Bruno Mars has unveiled the new video for “That’s What I Like.” Hailing from his recently released album 24K Magic, the song marks his first Number One on the Hot R&B Songs Billboard chart.

The singer began teasing that he had “something awesome” to unveil via social media on Wednesday. At first he denied it was a video for the song, but later he confirmed it before the clip arrived. “Just finished shootin it! I’m gonna edit it, take a bubble bath & then we party,” he tweeted. “Gimme 2 hours! Let the count down begin #TWIL.”

In the new clip, a playful and joyous Bruno Mars is seen dancing solo throughout the three-and-a-half-minute video, save for some cleverly drawn animation, which mirrors the lyrics and buoyant music while moving along with him to the well-executed choreography. “I got a condo in Manhattan,” he sings, striking a leaning dance pose and the illustrated visuals follow suit. Champagne glasses, Cadillac wheels, Paris, diamonds and his finger snaps all get the drawn treatment in the playful clip. He didn’t completely forego dancing partners, they show up as animation, too. Mars himself and Jonathan Lia directed the video.

Mars performed “That’s What I Like” during the Grammy Awards show, where he also performed a tribute to Prince with the Time. In July, the singer embarks on the North American leg of his 24K Magic World Tour.

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Snoop Dogg Announces Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour

Snoop Dogg has announced the initial dates for his forthcoming Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour, which also features Wiz Khalifa, Cypress Hill, Method Man, Redman and Lil Uzi Vert, among others, in select cities.

The once two-day festival has expanded into a 16-city North American tour, which bills itself as “the largest 4/20 cannabis celebration.” Eight of the dates have been confirmed, with Salt Lake City, Cedar Rapids, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Nashville, Saint Augustine, Greensboro and Charlotte dates to follow.

It currently kicks off in Seattle on April 13th and winds through the West Coast before heading to Denver on April 23rd. Presale tickets are available now via Merry Jane, the cannabis culture website that is presenting the tour. Tickets go on sale for the general public on Friday.

Snoop also unveiled new song “Promise You This” on Wednesday. Dupri of League of Starz produced the percolating, classic West Coast-vibed track. The song finds Snoop rapping about his legendary stature on a verse, where he’s “doing legendary shit/ Smoking on a blunt with your temporary bitch.”

Wellness Retreat Tour Dates

April 13 – Seattle, WA @ WaMu Theater at CenturyLink Field Events Center
April 14 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
April 15 – Eugene, OR @ Cuthbert Amphitheater
April 16 – San Francisco, CA @ Concord Pavilion
April 18 – San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
April 19 – Tucson, AZ @ Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre
April 20 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
April 23 – Denver, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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Billy Corgan: Nirvana, Pearl Jam Success Caused 'Suicidal Depression'

Billy Corgan made an appearance on the self-improvement podcast Why Not Now? hosted by Amy Jo Martin to reveal how much the success of Nirvana and Pearl Jam affected his mental health (via Spin). His struggles during that period inspired the hit song “Today.”

In 1991, the Smashing Pumpkins released their first album Gish, but its release was overshadowed by the explosion of grunge led by Nirvana’s Nevermind and Pearl Jam’s Ten. “Within a short span of time, I went from thinking I was very successful within my given field, to all the rules had changed in my given field,” he explained to Martin. “Everything I had built myself up to be and do was no longer as relevant as it needed to be. I went into a very strange depression because I felt like something had been not taken, but the change made me feel kind of inadequate in a way I wasn’t prepared for.”

Corgan then detailed his life during this period, where he found it difficult to write songs and slipped into a “suicidal depression.” He contemplated jumping out his window and began to engage in “weird, self-absorbed things” like giving away his possessions and plotting his own eulogy.

“I woke up one morning, and I kind of stared out the window and thought, ‘Okay, well, if you’re not going to jump out the window, you better do whatever it is you need to do,'” he revealed of his breakthrough. “That morning I wrote, I think it was the song ‘Today,’ which people would probably be fairly familiar with. It’s the ice cream truck video song. It’s sort of a wry observation on suicide, but in essence the meditation behind the lyric is that every day is the best day, if you let it be.”

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Kendrick Lamar Talks Spiritual, 'Urgent' New Album

Kendrick Lamar teased the spiritual, “urgent” direction of his upcoming fourth LP, the follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed To Pimp a Butterfly, in an interview with The New York Times style magazine T.

“I think now, how wayward things have gone within the past few months, my focus is ultimately going back to my community and the other communities around the world where they’re doing the groundwork,” he said. “To Pimp a Butterfly was addressing the problem. I’m in a space now where I’m not addressing the problem anymore. We’re in a time where we exclude one major component out of this whole thing called life: God. Nobody speaks on it because it’s almost in conflict with what’s going on in the world when you talk about politics and government and the system.”

The publication visited Lamar during a studio session in Santa Monica, California. While the inventive Compton rapper was hesitant to detail his latest musical direction, he spoke in cryptic analogies about his lyrical mindset. In particular, he focused on the idea of being a father one day and how he would handle watching his daughter mature over the years.

“One day, I may have a little girl,” he said. “She’s gonna grow up. She’s gonna be a child I adore – I’m gonna always love her, but she’s gonna reach that one point where she’s gonna start experiencing things. And she’s gonna say things or do things that you may not condone, but it’s the reality of it, and you know she was always gonna get to that place. And it’s disturbing. But you have to accept it. You have to accept it, and you have to have your own solutions to figure out how to handle the action and take action for it.

“When I say ‘the little girl,’ it’s the analogy of accepting the moment when she grows up,” he continued. “We love women; we enjoy their company. At one point in time, I may have a little girl who grows up and tells me about her engagements with a male figure – things that most men don’t want to hear. Learning to accept it, and not run away from it, that’s how I want this album to feel.”

Last year, Lamar issued the compilation untitled unmastered, featuring eight unfinished demos from the Butterfly sessions. Despite its work-in-progress billing, the LP debuted at Number One on the Billboard charts. 

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