Rick Ross Issues Statement Regarding Meek Mill’s Jail Sentence, Will Smith Announces Calvin Harris at T In The Park and More on First Dibs

Good morning! Wake up to First Dibs: Rick Ross released an exclusive statement about Meek Mill, Jay Z and Beyoncé kill it in New Jersey, Skylar Grey welcomes Lebron James home and more.

  • MTV got an exclusive statement from MMG boss Rick Ross, regarding Meek Mill’s three to six month jail sentence and the release date for Mill’s album, Dreams Worth More Than Money. “MMG For Life.” [MTV]
  • Will Smith joined Calvin Harris on stage for day two at the T In The Park festival in Scotland last night. Other artists who performed were Pharrell Williams and Elbow. Arctic Monkeys will be headlining day three, which starts tonight. [NME]
  • Fans are ecstatic that Lebron James will be returning home to the Cleveland Cavaliers. One fan in particular, singer Skylar Grey, has shared her excitement on YouTube by remixing her “I’m Coming Home” single to welcome back the king. [Complex]
  • Jay Z and Beyoncé wrapped up their New Jersey leg of their On The Run tour and the shows could not be any more magical than they were last Friday and Saturday night. Billboard ranked the top 5 Best Things About their New Jersey Concert. [Billboard]
  • The youngest band to ever play in Coachella history, Unlocking The Truth, just scored a huge record deal. The boys, who created the band when they were 10 and 11, have signed a deal with Sony and have a $60,ooo advance on their debut album and $325,000 on their second. [TMZ]
  • Listen to Usher featuring Nicki Minaj, “She Came To Give It To You,” the next single off of Usher’s upcoming eighth studio album. The track was produced by none other than Pharrell Williams. [Fader]
  • Watch Jay Electronica perform with Jay Z at Brooklyn Hip-Hop Fest. The two blazed the stage performing hits like “Young Gifted & Black”, “We Made It”, “Shiny Suit Theory” , and “Public Service Announcement.” [Consequence of Sound]

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