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Shaq Diesel, DJ Snake, Tiesto And A Slew Of Other DJs Will Be Giving You Life At TomorrowWorld 2015

Shaq will be spinning on the 1's and 2's at TomorrowWorld this September

Fist pump with over 300 DJs this September at the annual music festival, TomorrowWorld. Recruiting its newest performers like DJ Snake, Tchami, Ansolo and Shaq (yes, Shaq as DJ Diesel), the three-day shindig will go down September 25-27 on the outskirts of Atlanta in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.

Pack your IDs because the country's biggest 21+ music fest (last year boasted 160,000 music Stans in attendance) will be going live with the full line-up in three parts but expect All-Star DJs like Kaskade, Tiesto, Steve Angello, Bassnectar, Afrojack, David Guetta, Porter Robinson, Martin Garrix and many more to take the stage.

Peep the line-up below:

READ: VIBE Presents: The Ultimate Guide To Festival SZN

Adam Beyer
Adventure Club
Afrojack
Al Patron
Alan Fitzpatrick
Alok
Aly & Fila
Andrew Rayel
Andy C
Ansolo
Arches
Arctic Moon
Armanni Reign
Armin van Buuren
Astronautica
Audien
Bakermat
Bass Modulators
Bassjackers
Bassnectar
Benny Benassi
Big Gigantic
Bingo Players
Bixel Boys
Borgore
Brazzabelle
Bro Safari
Cashmere Cat
Chris McClenney
Claptone
Colt
Coone
Cosmic Gate
DallasK
Danny Byrd
Darksiderz
Dave Lambert
David Guetta
David Solano
Denney
Destructo
Dimaro
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Dino
DJ Snake
Djaxx & Neurotique
Dotcom
Double Pleasure
DrewsThatDude
Duelle
DVBBS
Dynamite
EDX
Elaquent
ETC!ETC!
Etherwood
Excision
Faul & Wad Ad
Ferry Corsten
Flapjackers
Flux Pavilion
Fred V & Grafix
Frontliner
Fwdslxsh
Get Real
Giraffage
Gramatik
Gravez
Gridlock
Guy Gerber
Hardwell
Haywyre
Ida Engberg
Jacklndn
Jamie Jones
Jayceeoh
Jewelz & Sparks
Joseph Capriati
Juj
Justin Jay
Justin Martin
Kaskade
Kayliox
Kenn Colt
Kennedy Jones
Keys N Krates
Kid Hops
Kidnap Kid
Klingande
Laidback Luke
Lauren Lane
Layton Giordani
Legion
Logistics
Lookas
Louie P (The Celestics)
Lucky Date
M.I.K.E. Push
Mako
Mark Sixma
MaRLo
Martin Garrix
Matador
Matoma
Maya Jane Coles
MC Stretch
MC Villain
Mercer
Metrik
Michael Calfan
Mike Gao
Milo & Otis
Motez
Mystique
NGHTMRE
Noisecontrollers
Nu:Tone
Oliver
Ookay
Orjan Nilsen
Paris & Simo
Party Favor
Patrick Topping
Paul van Dyk
Peking Duk
Pete Tong
Pierce Fulton
Porter Robinson (Live)
Protohype
Psyko Punkz
Random Movement
Regi
Reso
REZZ
Ricky Remedy
Romeo Blanco
Rudimental
RÜFÜS DU SOL
S.P.Y.
Sam Feldt
Samo Sound Boy
Sem Thomasson
Seven Lions
Shaq AKA DJ Diesel
Shiba San
Showtek
Sick Individuals
Skellism
Slander
SNAILS
Solidisco
Space Jesus
Steve Angello
Submorphics
Sylence
Tchami
TEEMID
TEK.LUN
The Chainsmokers
The M Machine
The Magician
THE UNSHEATHED!
Thomas Gold
Thomas Jack
Thomas Newson
Tiësto
TJR
Touch Sensitive
Tritonal
Ummet Ozcan
Victor Calderone
Watermat
Waveracer
Wolfpack
Yves V
Zoogma

READ: There’s Only One Thing Shaq Hasn’t Done… Yet

Whether you decide to shack up in a hotel or camp on-site, tickets, three-day passes and packages for TomorrowWorld can be copped here.

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Meek Mill's "Going Bad" Earns Him His First Billboard Top 10 Song

Meek Mill just scored his first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. His track “Going Bad” featuring former nemesis Drake, which can be found on the Philly native’s recent album Championships, entered the coveted chart at No. 6.

The song, which was produced by Westen Weiss and Wheezy, is not only Meek’s first top 10 single, but Drake’s 33rd top 10 single in his career.

Last week, Meek stopped by Funk Flex’s Hot 97 radio show to discuss the newly-repaired relationship with the OVO boy, which went sour over ghostwriting claims by Meek in 2015.

"We apologized to each other… ‘I apologize my ni**a,'" Meek told Flex about his conversation with Drizzy. After the ghostwriting claims sent via Twitter made the rounds, diss tracks were sent back and forth between the collaborators. Drake’s shots fired were heard on the song “Back To Back,” which inspired memes galore and also gained Drake a Grammy nomination.

"That’s just the new wave [apologies],” Meek continued on Funk Flex’s show. “We gotta piece it up, but still keep everything treacherous, it’s the rap game. But you know, bring a little love and good energy into the building."

Championships is expected to top this week’s Billboard 200 Albums Chart, however, a discrepancy has held up this week’s charts. No further explanation into the discrepancy has been detailed.

"Going Bad" is @MeekMill's first and @Drake's 33rd top 10 single on the Hot 100.

— chart data (@chartdata) December 10, 2018

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Fans Shut Down Beyonce Cultural Appropriation Allegations

Beyonce is the latest celebrity to be accused of cultural appropriation after she was spotted at an Indian wedding on Sunday (Dec. 9). Despite some assertions, the BeyHive is swooping in to set the record straight about their queen.

According to reports, Beyonce performed at an early wedding celebration in India's western Rajasthan state. She was celebrating the nuptials of Isha Ambani – the 27-year old daughter of Reliance Industries head Mukesh Ambani – and Anand Piramal, the 33-year old son of another Indian billionaire.

 

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The early festivities, which is custom for Indian marriages, welcomed a handful of celebrity guests including Hillary Clinton, Bollywood stars, businessman, and more.

The controversy surrounding Beyonce sparked after the singer shared an image of herself wearing an extravagant, pink and gold dress with seemingly traditional, Indian accessories, including a headpiece and bracelets. Some critics immediately assumed Bey was culturally appropriating Indian or Hindi culture, but suggested it would go unnoticed due to her social status.

Fans however, shut the allegations down, noting that she was actually paying homage to the culture. They also stated that she was invited to perform at the party by a prominent Indian family and therefore, should be dressed appropriately.

This wouldn't be the first time Beyonce has been accused of cultural appropriation of Indian culture. She was hit with similar allegations following the release of the music video for "Hymn for the Weekend" with Coldplay.

Join the discussion and check out the debate below.

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— lah-juh (@fabuLaja) December 10, 2018

why are fake wokes on twitter accusing beyonce for doing cultural appropriation ? IT'S APPRECIATION YOU MFs !! y'all don't know shit about indian culture !! literally sit tf down, even indians aren't mad why are you dumbasses shoving it down our throats as if yall know better

— anupama (@taysmoonchiId) December 9, 2018

Beyonce wearing Indian clothes to an Indian Cultural Event is not cultural appropriation. She was invited by an Indian family and everyone there is wearing Indian clothes. So. https://t.co/mTvsa911i4

— Ivan (@taexty) December 10, 2018

As someone who is half-Indian and half-Pakistani (aka fully South Asian for those who are not geographically inclined), I do not want to see ANYONE shouting nonsense about Beyoncé and cultural appropriation unless you are South Asian too. Thanks for coming to my TED Talk x

— Shehnaz Khan (@shehnazkhan) December 10, 2018

Ppl commenting on @Beyonce’s IG Indian outfit post, saying it was cultural appropriation, need to have a seat. Embracing another’s culture and shedding positivity on it is not cultural appropriation, it is cultural appreciation. Damn keyboard warriors

— Ramon Salas (@ramonssalas) December 10, 2018

Beyoncé was invited to an indian wedding, to perform there, she's appreciating the culture and the people that invited her There's no cultural appropriation here

— 🅚 (@chainedfenty) December 10, 2018

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Tyrese, Usher And Others Reacts To Jacquees' Claim That He's The King Of R&B

Jacquees has made a bold statement that's ruffled a few feathers.

The Cash Money artist took to social media over the weekend to assert that he's the king of R&B, and from what we can gather, the 23 singer wasn't talking about ribs and barbeque. "I just want to let everybody know that I'm the king of R&B right now, for this generation. I understand who done came and who done did that and that, but now it's my turn. Jacquees, the king." he said.

Some of the Internet raised its digital eyebrow at the boast, while others paid it no attention. Tyrese, however, didn't take kindly to the assertation.

"Ima keep it stack with you," the Transformers star posted. "The young kings of this generation that's been running sh*t since day one are Chris Brown and Trey Songz."

The soul singer continued and accused the Decatur, GA native of employing Tekashi 6ix 9ine tactics. "You got this out of the Tekashi 6ix9ine playbook. Stop trolling, my ni**a. Get back in the booth."

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How Sway..? How.??......... The way we ALL reacted.......... Let me put you up on what’s really movin bruh.. This ain’t Hip Hop my nigha.. You can’t come in this game get hot for a year then try an #T69 nighas and throw that there word #KING around..... Imma keep it a stack with you... The young kings of your generation that’s #been runnin shit is 1 @chrisbrownofficial and 2 @treysongz .... BIG facts! FYI the last real R&B album through and through that has the integrity and blueprint of the culture that was made with NO skips was #ThreeKings you got this out of the T69 play book stop trolling my nigha get back in the booth.....

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Tank, having gotten wind of Jacquees' statements, refuted his "king" claim. "First, R.Kelly is the king of R&B. The accusations don't disqualify what he's accomplished. Second, if you can't go in the studio by yourself and make a hit record, you're not my king. If you can't sing it better live, you're not my king. I appreciate all the talent out there, but we are using the word "king" too loosely."

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Every artist is supposed to believe they can fly but only one man made it happen. @rkelly body of work is still bible. I love ALL of the artist out now and some are having amazing success but to be the King you have to beat the King and his stats still stand. Imagine if “I Believe I Can Fly” had streaming when it dropped..geesh!!! I’ll let you guys focus on kings and queens.. I’ll stay focused on being around for another 20yrs! #Elevation #RnBMoney #TheGeneral

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J. Holiday noted that Michael Jackson sold 20 million after the release of Off The Wall, and said R.Kelly owns the second spot. Eric Bellinger, while in the studio with Usher, simply panned his camera phone to Usher, who sat quietly in a corner.

Are Tyrese and Tank overreacting? Or should Jacquees not make such bold assertions? Sound off in the comments below.

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