Janet Jackson fans in Europe received a weary email on Tuesday upon the news of Janet’s Unbreakable World Tour being cancelled. The long-awaited tour, which the singer originally rescheduled due to surgery, sent customers who purchased tickets using Ticketmaster the following: “It is not possible to confirm new dates at the present time so we are refunding all ticket holders.” There has been no word on why the tour was cancelled. [Pitchfork]
Iggy Azalea is returning to the game with some new music. The star’s new single “TEAM” will be the first project off her second album Digital Distortion. Check out the artwork she tweeted on Tuesday up top.
Classically-trained singer Isa is making a soulful debut with her new single ‘Take It Slow.” The track is her first single off up upcoming EP Mirrors Volume I and proves the Bronx native is here stay. Take a listen to the heartfelt ballad above.
It looks like Young Thug is stepping into another realm in the music world. According to a source close the The FADER, the Atlanta rapper may be reworking one of Elton John‘s greatest hits, “Rocket Man.” The source says after the two artists FaceTimed each other, Elton immediately sent over the instrumental to the song — and Young Thug created an out-of-this-world version of it. Maybe if we beg long enough, the two will perform the hit together. [FADER]
Kendrick Lamar‘s Untitled album was so inspiring, his fellow TDE label mate, Punch, says he’s finally ready to make his debut album. The label’s co-president told Billboard over the phone, “I think I’m going to finally finish it because I write a lot and I record every so often. I think I’m just gonna go ahead and knock it out at this point.” Thanks, Punch, for giving us something to look forward to. [Billboard]
As we await Father‘s LP I’m A Piece Of Shit! on March 25, the rapper has blessed up with a hot new single. Featuring iLoveMakonnen, “Why Don’t U” is the hit you need to add to your spring playlist. Listen to the banger up top.
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