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iggy j hud idol

Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson haven’t given up promoting their single ‘Trouble’. The two appeared on the latest episode of American Idol Season 14 to perform their funky collaboration in front of judges and live audience. Watch the live performance below and if you missed it earlier, catch the music video here.

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As expected, Furious 7 did exceptionally well at the box office this past weekend at over $140 million. Wiz Khalfa and Charlie Puth’s ‘See You Again‘ was part of the Hip-Hop-heavy soundtrack and recently, Wiz took The Voice’s stage with some assistance Chris Jamison to perform it. Check out their performance below.

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flo rida today show

Flo Rida is a certified hitmaker (85 million singles sold worldwide? Sheesh), in case you didn’t realize that by now. His new EP My House is in stores now and he stopped by The Today Show this morning to perform the lead single and global hit ‘GDFR’ without Sage The Gemini. Watch it below.

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tinashe conan

After debuting the incredible video for ‘All Hands On Deck’ yesterday, Tinashe appeared on Conan O’Brien show last night for a live performance. She truly rocked the stage with some help from two backup dancers and a live band. Watch it below.

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rihanna march madness 15

The NCAA’s Final Four championship is taking place this weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Rihanna is one of the big performers at the three day March Madness Music Festival at White River State Park where she closed out day 2 with a one hour set.

Aside from doing her hits, she also performed her newest single ‘B*tch Better Have My Money‘ and ‘American Oxygen’ for the first time. The song was first previewed in the NCAA March Madness commercial last month. Watch it below.

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Last night, Kendrick Lamar sent out a tweet telling fans to meet him at two different locations in LA with a half an hour difference. The reason for that soon became apparent as Kendrick Lamar threw a full set of music from good kid, m.A.A.d city and To Pimp A Butterfly on the back of a moving truck. He ended up moving about 5km with thousands of fans.

Check out some footage below and if you haven’t already, read our review of Kendrick’s latest album here.

UPDATE: The set was recorded in full and the official footage is now available after the break.

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