Pitchfork: "Calvin Harris has shared a colorful music video for “Feels,” his latest single featuring Katy Perry, Pharrell, and Big Sean. All three appear in the clip, which was directed by Emil Nava. In the video, they lounge around on a desert island. The collaboration marks yet another star-studded release off Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. Harris has so far dropped three other tracks, including “Slide” (with Frank Ocean and Migos), “Heatstroke” (with Young Thug, Pharrell, and Ariana Grande), and “Rollin” (with Future and Khalid). His follow-up to 2014’s Motion arrives June 30."
SNOOP DOGG and producer Rick Rock released the visuals for Snoop's new single, "Moment I Feared”, which is featured on Snoop's fifteenth studio album, "Neva Left” (released May 19th). “The Dah Dah-directed clip plays out like an extended episode of Snoop's GGN Hood News web series and features a fake young rapper named Fonz D-lo, who seems to be a parody of Young Thug.”
Famed Cocaine Cowboy about to get out of prison — but now faces deportation ride to Cuba. Miami Herald: Willie Falcon, who together with high school pal Sal Magluta, helped turn Miami into the country's cocaine capital in the 1970s and '80s, is scheduled to be released from prison on Saturday after serving most of a 20-year prison sentence for money laundering. But Falcon, 61, won't become a free man and won't be coming home to Miami. As soon as he leaves the custody of a Kentucky federal prison, Falcon will be detained by immigration authorities and transferred to a detention facility in Louisiana or Alabama.
Beyoncé's “Formation Scholars” Scholarship Program wants to reward young women studying creative arts, music, literature, or African-American studies at 4 designated Universities; Berklee College of Music, Howard University, Parsons School of Design. and Spelman University. Beyonce's goal is to support young women who are not afraid to think outside the box.
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HOOD DIEZEL’s 5th musical mixtape, “I Am The No”, is dense with the notion that he’s in a league of his own with well-documented lyrics about the reality of growing up in Pompano while maneuvering a way to blast off in the industry. Diezel is a rap-avenger delivering dope gritty music with no gimmicks and while this record is sure to please longtime fans, it also works as a compelling case that Diezel and producer, Cash Marley, is South Florida’s new dynamic duo as Marley produced the majority of the tape allowing Diezel to capitalize off the natural progression of his solid rap career.
Vibe: Marvel is back with its second installment of its Hip-hop Variant Posters, and this time, the action hero brand is recruiting albums, new and old to join its collection. The new series features Nova recreating Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book album, Luke Cage stepping in as LL Cool J on Bigger and Deffer, and Jessica Jones replacing Kevin Gates on his Islah cover. The Hulk, Spider-man, and more also sub in on Wu-Tang’s Iron Flag cover.
MiamiNewTimes: Last month, when the National Trust for Historic Preservation, in collaboration with Heineken USA, began its Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to raise money to restore Miami Marine Stadium, it promised donors two tickets to a to-be-announced concert. Yesterday, the mysterious artist at that concert was finally revealed: ScHoolBoy Q.
Complex Mag: ScHoolboy Q hit everyone with the quickness Tuesday, unveiling what appears to be the cover for his new album Blank Face, due July 8. The cover makes use of the notorious Jordan Crying Face meme, which—despite previous theories from none other than Ja Rule—earns Michael Jordan approximately $0.00 in meme royalties.