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MAR 29, 2015

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Lil Wayne has Finally Joined Instagram
8 hours ago
With various fake accounts already plaguing the social photo site, Lil Wayne has finally silenced the impostors by opening an Instagram account of his own. In a post to Twitter, Wayne announces his official introduction to the site under the name @liltunechi. Since joining on March 22, Weezy has amassed 1.6 million followers without even posting a photo. Today, he did post his first photo, however, a photo of himself drinking a Redbull with the caption “Wooooop.” Check out the post below. (Read More)

Apple and Beats Music Are Developing A New Streaming Music Service
1 day ago
It's one of the industry's best-(un)kept secrets. Apple and Beats Music are working on a new streaming service to rival Spotify. The New York Times has now published an article that sheds a little bit more light on the current developments regarding this matter. One year after acquiring Beats for $3 billion, the Silicon Valley giant is working with Beats engineers and executives to introduce its own subscription streaming service which will feature an enhanced version of iTunes Radio. Expected for arrive later this year, the new app is set to include features that were included in the Beats Music streaming service including curated playlists. Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, who was the chief creative officer for Beats, "is playing a major role in redesigning the music app."

Don't expect the new streaming service to have a lower price than other services. Apple tried to persuade record labels to agree to lower licensing costs os could sell subscriptions for the streaming service for $8 per month. However, the talks fell through. It's also been reported that the name "Beats Music" will be scrapped. Last month, news arrived that Apple has recently hired BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe. Stay tuned.


A$AP Rocky Formally Announces Title of New Album
2 days ago
Months ago, Rocky shared the initials of his new album's title, now we know the effort's full name. Along with the new verse he kicked for the piece, A$AP Rocky also used his recent GQ feature to formally announce the title of his forthcoming album. Holding true to the previously announced initials, the album will be called At.Long.Last.A$AP. Speaking to GQ, the Harlem rapper explained the title with the following statement:

"“I’m claiming ownership of my legacy...Look at it: At.Long.Last.A$AP. A-L-L-A. Like slang for ‘Allah.’ It’s the return of the god MC. I’m named after Rakim, and I’m finally facing what it means: I was born to do this shit. And I hope I get to do it for a very long time.”

GQ writer Mary H.K. Choi also remarked that the album "contains Rocky's signature jet-setting swag and the usual fashion shout-outs, but you can also hear psychedelic '60s London and introspection. You hear Rocky singing. And acoustic guitar. And an unknown Brit named Joe Fox, whom Rocky met near the studio." No word yet on when we can expect At.Long.Last.A$AP, but as of now we have two recent A$AP Rocky songs to work with -- "Multiply" and "Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye II."

By Patrick Montes (Read More)

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