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Sorry Drake Fans, His Coachella Set Won't Be Streamed Online

If you're reading this, Drake's Coachella set won't be streaming online this weekend.

Festivalgoers are flocking to the valley for Week 1 of this year's Coachella music festival. In case you weren't able to cop a round-trip to the festivities, parts of the lineup will be streamed online via YouTube.

Heads up, though, hip-hop Stans will be disappointed. The only rap acts scheduled for the live stream include Harlem rapstress Azealia Banks, Odd Future leader, Tyler, The Creator and hip-hop duo, Run The Jewels. Absent from the rundown are the headliners' sets, including Drake, who was the most-searched artist in the Coachella line-up leading up to the festival, according to a press release.

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But fear not as a slew of artists from various genres can be viewed on the 'Tube. Catch the schedule and video stream below.

Friday, April 10 – Channel 1
• HAERTS
• Rev. Horton Heat
• Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires
• The War on Drugs
• Alabama Shakes
• Jason's World
• Tame Impala
• Interpol

Friday, April 10 – Channel 2
• Eagulls
• Kele
• Kimbra
• Gorgon City
• Azealia Banks
• Lykke Li
• Ride
• Todd Terje and the Olsens

Friday, April 10 – Channel 3
• Kieza
• Hot Natured
• Keys N Crates
• DJ Snake
• R3hab (part 1)
• Porter Robinson
• R3hab (part 2)
• Alesso

Saturday, April 11 – Channel 1
• Clean Bandit
• Milky Chance
• St. Paul & the Broken Bones
• Hozier
• Run the Jewels
• Jason's World
• alt-J
• Jack White
• Flosstradamus
• Axwell ? Ingrosso

Saturday, April 11 – Channel 2
• Royal Blood
• Benjamin Booker
• Toro y Moi
• Yelle
• Bad Religion
• Glass Animals
• Father John Misty
• JUNGLE
• Tyler, the Creator
• FKA Twigs
• The Weeknd
• ANTEMASQUE

Saturday, April 11 – Channel 3
• Parquet Courts
• LIGHTS
• Perfume Genius
• Chet Faker
• Belle & Sebastian
• Duke Dumont
• Gramatik
• Dirty South
• Deorro
• Ratatat

Sunday, April 12 – Channel 1
• Circa Survive
• Mac DeMarco
• Marina & the Diamonds
• Jason' World
• Kaskade

Sunday, April 12 – Channel 2
• MØ
• Sturgill Simpson
• St. Lucia
• Tycho
• Vance Joy
• The Cribs
• Stromae
• St. Vincent
• Fitz & the Tantrums
• Panda Bear

Sunday, April 12 – Channel 3
• The Orwells
• RAC
• What So Not
• Martin Solevig
• Madeon
• New World Punx
• David Guetta
• Kygo
• Jamie xx

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Drake's "In My Feelings" Received The Kidz Bop Treatment

After the release of Drake's chart-topping Scorpion album, his single "In My Feelings" skyrocketed to number one, so it's no surprise the City Girls assisted track received the Kidz Bop treatment.

Since 2000, the compilation LP has sold about 17 million copies and over the weekend, Kidz Bop released its 39th installment offering the world a G-rated and tween-friendly version of today's biggest hits.

Once Twitter learned Kidz Bop laid its prepubescent hands on Drake's song, there was a mixed bag of feelings. Some went along with it and commented positively, while others were frankly offended.

I just saw a Kidz Bop commercial with the Kidz Bop version of In My Feelings and I feel like a curse has been placed on me

— Jeremy (@TacticalRPG) January 10, 2019

That Kidz Bop version of In My Feelings lets me know that hell is a real place.

— Nappy Head Nietzsche (@AugustCulture) January 19, 2019

This #KidzBop version of "In My Feelings" is SENDING me! 😂 pic.twitter.com/EQzTwdbfb6

— Nicholas D. (@Creat1ve) January 18, 2019

This isn't the first time Drake's music has been Kidz Bopped. For Kidz Bop 31, "Hotline Bling" was also featured. The new 18-track album also features Cardi B's "I Like It" as well as Khalid and Normani's "Love Lies."

The lyrics to the hook received a slight change.

KiKi do you love me/are you with me/say you'll never ever leave from beside me/cause I want ya/and I need ya/and I'm down for ya always

And when it came time for the City Girls portion of the song, they turned that down as well.

all of us kids and we hangin' in the rain/hangin' in rain/I need a black card with the code to the safe/code to the safe.

Hey, kids need love too. Watch the Kidz Bop version of Drake's "In My Feelings" below.

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R. Kelly And Sony Music Agree To Part Ways Amidst Sexual Misconduct Allegations

R. Kelly and Sony Music have reportedly agreed to part ways amidst a slew of sexual misconduct allegations, according to Billboard. This comes a few weeks after the airing of the explosive documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which chronicled the musician's highly-discussed history involving teenage girls and women.

A source reveals to the publication, "Kelly had been signed to Jive since the beginning of his career in the early 1990s, and when Jive became part of Sony BMG, he became part of the Sony umbrella. He has been under contract at RCA, a Sony subsidiary, since 2012." Protests calling for Sony to drop the Pied Piper of R&B took place outside of the company's Manhattan offices on Wednesday (Jan. 16).

After the debut of the six-part docuseries, which aired over a span of three days in early-January, several former collaborators of Kelly, including Chance The Rapper, Celine Dion and Lady Gaga, have removed their songs featuring the singer-songwriter from streaming services. Kelly is reportedly under criminal investigation in both Georgia and Illinois and is said to be a direct result of allegations made in the Lifetime documentary.

"Allegations against Kelly have been around for over a decade, and he was acquitted on child pornography charges in 2008," Billboard continues. "But they have resurfaced repeatedly in recent years, with the latest arriving this month. Kelly has repeatedly denied all allegations of misconduct."

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Leikeli47 Drops Video For 'Tic Boom,' Announces North American Tour

Leikeli47's 2019 is off to a great start. The VIBE NEXT star announced her upcoming tour to support her recently-released album Acrylic on Friday (Jan. 18), and subsequently dropped the music video for her song, "Tic Boom."

The neutrally-colored video featured simple-yet-eye catching choreography with dancers in trench coats and fedoras. In a statement, the masked marvel says that there is a deeper meaning behind the track, which was featured on Grown-ish.

"These young women are in a face off with their inner fears; that's why it sometimes may look like they're engaging in a face off with themselves," the Brooklyn-bred musician says of the song. "It's about facing whatever your Goliath is and chopping its head off. That's what 'Tic Boom' is about. It's about owning your moment, mastery, and doing it afraid if you have to."

As for the Acrylic Tour, it will begin on March 19 in Kansas City, MO, and concludes on Apr. 26 in San Diego, Calif. Check out the full list of dates below and cop your tickets today.

3/19/19 - Kansas City, MO - Encore @ Uptown 3/20/19 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar 3/21/19 - St. Paul, MN - Amsterdam 3/22/19 - Chicago, IL - Sub T 3/24/19 - Detorit, MI - Shelter 3/25/19 - Toronto, ON - Velvet 3/26/19 - Montreal, QC - Belmont 3/27/19 - Philadelphia, PA - The Foundry @ The Fillmore 3/28/19 - Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere 3/30/19 - Washington, DC - Milky 4/01/19 - Boston, MA - The Sinclair 4/03/19 - Pittsburgh, PA - Spirit Lodge 4/04/19 - Atlanta, GA - Loft 4/06/19 - Scottsdale, AZ - Pub Rock 4/09/19 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall 4/10/19 - Dallas, TX - Dada 4/11/19 - Austin, TX - Empire Control Room 4/14/19 - Santa Cruz, CA - Atrium @ The Catalyst 4/15/19 - Sacramento, CA - Harlow's 4/16/19 - Oakland, CA - The New Parish 4/18/19 - Portland, OR - Holocene 4/19/19 - Vancouver, B.C. - Fortune Soundclub 4/21/19 - Seattle, WA - The Crocodile 4/24/19 - Los Angeles, CA - The Roxy 4/25/19 - Santa Ana, CA - Constellation Room @ The Observatory 4/26/19 - San Diego, CA - Irenic

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