In similar vein to what Fuse did with Jay-Z’s “Answering The Call” concert last year, the network will air Drake’s September 29th Radio City Music Hall concert in New York City on November 24 at 9 p.m.
Airing in HD, â€œFuse Presents: Drake Live From Radio City Music Hall,â€ presented by Sprite, will feature songs from Drakeâ€™s hit albumÂ Thank Me Later, in addition to other fan favorites, along with special guests including Trey Songz, Birdman, Fabolous and more. Â Â Fuse and Sprite have collaborated to bring Drakeâ€™s first ever televised concert to fans across the U.S. with limited commercial interruptions.
â€œIf I could perform every night and make it to every city, I would,â€ said Drake. Â â€œPartnering with Fuse to broadcast my Radio City show allows me to perform for the fans who werenâ€™t able to make it out to my Light Dreams & Nightmares Tour. Performing at a venue like Radio City is an honor and Iâ€™m excited that Fuse has given me a chance to preserve it.â€
About a month ago, Mack Maine revealed info on the Young Money line of debit cards which were nearing completion. Shortly after, the video for “All In One Swipe” was released featuring Mack, Birdman, Rick Ross and Young Chu. That basically served as the biggest platform for promotion of the card. Now, the official guidelines for use of the card have been confirmed.
There will be no credit check to open an account or receive the card. Speaking of, users of the card will be afforded online account access as well as easy reload capabilities. Also, reward programs will be implemented to earn Young Money downloads, concert tickets and VIP access. Participating vendors will offer discounts on dental, retail, dining and more. Last but notÂ least, there will be worldwide ‘all in one swipe’ purchasing power and cash dispensing access at ATMs.
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Last night, Drake performed the last show of his Light Dreams and Nightmares tour in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel. Tyga, Lloyd, and Birdman were a few of the guests in attendance. With Lil’ Wayne fresh out of jail, there were rumors and speculation that he would be performing at this show. No one had an answer until Drake performed Miss Me and Lil’ Wayne ran out to join him on stage.
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Never say I’m better than Hov, but I’m the closest one. – J. Cole
Kanye West drops the latest in his weekly series (a day late but worth the wait after hearing it) featuring J. Cole & G.O.O.D. Music members Big Sean, Cyhi Da Prynce & Pusha T.Read More
Lil Kim performed in Nicki Minaj’s hometown of queens last night. Kim obviously angered by the Nicki Mianj recordÂ â€œRomanâ€™s Revenge,â€ (which Nicki stated isn’t dissing Kim) , had a few choice words for the Harajuku Barbie. “I will erase this bitchâ€™s social security number, first of all I donâ€™t even need a record right now and Iâ€™d kill that b!tch with my old shit.â€ Lil Kim went on to say, â€œMyÂ records ainâ€™t just enter the charts, they made history. WTF is this bullshit, this shit come and go.â€
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LeBron James certainly did not make friends in Cleveland when he announced that he was leaving for Miami. A few weeks ago, Nike released a new commercial spot, called â€œRiseâ€.
The spot showed James ranting â€œWhat should I do?â€ after what many Clevelanders feel was a betrayal to their city and the sport of basketball.Â â€œShould I admit that Iâ€™ve made mistakes? Should I remind you that Iâ€™ve done this before? Should I give you a history lesson? What should I do?â€ LeBron says in the spot. The spot goes on to show many aspects and thoughts of Jamesâ€™ decision to leave Cleveland behind, and blatantly spits out, â€œI am not a role modelâ€.
Former Lebron James’s fans wasted no time in responding to his Nike commercial.Read More