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Swedish House Mafia Will Have DJ Friends Join Them At Masquerade Motel

As part of their "One Last Tour," where Swedish House Mafia will be performing together one last time before pursuing solo projects, comes one of next year's most highly anticipated events - SHM's Masquerade Motel in Los Angeles. Joining them as they play their final set for West Coast fans will be fellow Swedish DJs and friends Alesso and Otto Knows, along with other high-profile acts that include, Nero (DJ set), Clockwork, Zedd, and Mat Zo. More names are still to be announced, so you can understand the magnitude this event will hold in 2013.

Tickets to the March 9 occasion were sold out within 30 minutes after being released, but luckily the dance trio has added an additional date to the roster on March 8 where tickets are still available here.

Also be sure to check out SHM's Black Tie Rave event taking place on February 28 in an effort to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Get more information by clicking here.

One Last Tour Dates:
DEC 12TH ZIGGO DOME - AMSTERDAM
DEC 13TH ZIGGO DOME - AMSTERDAM
DEC 14TH ROMEXPO S. A. - BUCHAREST
DEC 15TH STADIUM LIVE – MOSCOW
DEC 18TH PAVILHÃO ATLÂNTICO - LISBON
DEC 20TH HARTWALL ARENA - HELSINKI
DEC 22ND TELENOR ARENA - OSLO
JAN 16TH MALL OF ASIA ARENA - MANILA
JAN 17TH SINGAPORE INDOOR STADIUM - SINGAPORE
JAN 18TH SUNWAY LAGOON - KUALA LAMPUR
JAN 19TH ANCOL ECO PARK - JAKARTA
JAN 20TH BANGALORE, INDIA
JAN 22ND ROYAL WESTERN INDIA TURF CLUB - MUMBAI, INDIA
JAN 25TH WILD WATERS - JOHANNESBURG
JAN 26TH WILD WATERS - JOHANNESBURG
JAN 27TH LOURENSFORD WINE ESTATE - CAPE TOWN
JAN 30TH SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL – MELBOURNE
JAN 31ST SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL - MELBOURNE
FEB 1ST SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL - MELBOURNE
FEB 2ND SYDNEY SHOWGROUNDS - SYDNEY
FEB 8TH FORO ALTERNO – GUADALAJARA
FEB 9TH FORO SOL – MEXICO CITY
FEB 13TH BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM - SAN FRANCISCO
FEB 14TH BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM - SAN FRANCISCO
FEB 15TH BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM - SAN FRANCISCO
FEB 16TH BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM - SAN FRANCISCO
FEB 17TH BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM - SAN FRANCISCO
FEB 20TH UNITED CENTER - CHICAGO
FEB 22ND ROGERS CENTER - TORONTO
FEB 23RD ROGERS CENTER - TORONTO
FEB 27TH BELL CENTRE - MONTREAL
FEB 28TH HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM “BLACK TIE RAVE” BENEFIT – NEW YORK
MAR 1ST MADISON SQUARE GARDEN - NEW YORK
MAR 2ND BARCLAY'S CENTER - NEW YORK
MAR 3RD BARCLAY'S CENTER - NEW YORK
MAR 4TH BARCLAY'S CENTER - NEW YORK
MAR 8TH MASQUERADE MOTEL @ LA STATE HISTORIC PARK - LOS ANGELES
MAR 9TH MASQUERADE MOTEL @ LA STATE HISTORIC PARK - LOS ANGELES
MAR 15TH ULTRA FESTIVAL - MIAMI
MAR 24TH ULTRA FESTIVAL – MIAMI

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Vic Mensa Covers' 'Zombie' In Honor Of The Cranberries' Dolores O'Riordan

Vic Mensa and his group 93PUNX covered "Zombie" by Irish rock group The Cranberries, in honor of the one-year anniversary of the passing of the group’s lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan.

93PUNX serves as an opportunity for Mensa to perform music outside of his typical hip-hop lane and explore genres more freely. He posted snippets of the track on his Instagram page with the caption, “RIP DOLORES.” Mensa also revealed in a statement the reason why he covered the hit.

“We connected to ‘Zombie’ because we were born from violence,” he said. Dolores O’Riordan died on Jan. 15, 2018. Toxicology reports state that the 46-year-old died from accidental drowning due to alcohol intoxication.

The artwork for the “Zombie” cover features a woman with dripping, bloody fangs, and was created by artist Lucas David. The cover version itself is slowed down, which provides a more mysterious take on the 1994 protest classic.

Mensa released his recent project HOOLIGANS in December 2018, which traverses various thematic landscapes, from mental health awareness to love lost. The EP features Ty Dolla $ign, G-Herbo, G-Eazy, Charlie Wilson and more.

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City Girls And Cardi B Bask In Their Bootyliciousness For 'Twerk' Video

As it is written, so it must be done, and there's a whole lot of shakin' going on in The City Girls' video, "Twerk."

The video for the Cardi-B-assisted track features some of the finest twerkers the world has to offer, who were encouraged to show off their skills for a contest last year. The winner would receive $50,000. Not only did the winner get "flewed out," the woman with the best skills was highlighted at the end of the visual.

Elsewhere in the video, Yung Miami and Cardi are painted in head-to-toe jungle body paint (Miami as a zebra, and Cardi as a tiger), and are seen on the beach and on a yacht shakin' it with the best of them. They lead the group of dancers through various scenes- all of which do not feature the presence of a man- so they can live their best bootylicious lives in peace and reclaim their sexuality. During JT's verse, the group dances in front of a mural of the incarcerated MC.

The song itself has been streamed over 215 million times, and is featured on the duo's album, Girl Code. The Floridians gained national exposure after being featured on Drake's "In My Feelings," however, hey've proven to be standalone entities in their own right.

READ MORE: City Girls Drop Debut Album 'Girl Code'

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Bad Bunny's "Mia" Causes Mass Parade In Streets Of Puerto Rico On 'Fallon'

Bad Bunny brought the party to The Tonight Show and to the streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico on Tuesday (Jan. 15) with Jimmy Fallon.Performing his new single "Mia" with Fallon and The Roots, the four of them walked the streets of Puerto Rico drawing in a large crowd of fans and followers behind them.

Opening on Fallon and The Roots walking through the streets of Puerto Rico, the video shows group as they stumble across the 24-year-old sitting alone. Bad Bunny joins them, taking them on an adventure through the streets. The late night host and his band march alongside the “Solo de Mi" artist with tambourines, timbale sticks and maracas while women and men dressed in streetwear and the best of carnival clothing dance behind Bunny and Fallon as they wave Puerto Rico's national flag. As the crowd of participants grew, the crowd eventually reached parade sized proportions.

This prerecorded segment features the studio version of "Mia" without the Spanish verse delivered by hip-hop's golden boy Drake.  The track aslo comes from the reggaeton singer's debut Long Play record, X100PRE.

Check out the full video of Bad Bunny with the boy from The Tonight Show above.

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