The Rolling Stones announce a North American tour, Louis Tomlinson lashes out after Naughty Boy drops a Zayn Malik collaboration, Kendrick Lamar will headline Hot 97’s Summer Jam, and more on First Dibs.
- After an eight-year hiatus, The Rolling Stones will kick off a 15-city tour of North America in May. The band will also release a deluxe version of Sticky Fingers, their 1971 LP. [CoS]
— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) March 30, 2015
- Louis Tomlinson is pissed that Naughty Boy has been collaborating with Zayn Malik after Malik left One Direction just last week. A collaboration between the two called “I Won’t Mind” prompted Tomlinson to go on Twitter and lash out at the producer. [Idolator]
- Kendrick Lamar will headline Hot 97’s Summer Jam show, which will also feature Chris Brown, Big Sean, Meek Mill, Childish Gambino, and more. [Stereogum]
- Watch the chilling visuals to Azealia Banks’ “Ice Princess.” [Pitchfork]
- Iggy Azalea spilled on collaborating with Britney Spears, calling the effort a “journey.” [Billboard]
- Cash Cash performs “Surrender” for Big Morning Buzz Live.
- Wale dropped his latest LP, The Album About Nothing. It’s now available for streaming and purchase. [Complex]
- Guitarist Jeremy Brown, who has played for Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, died yesterday at age 34. [Rolling Stone]
- Hear “Yoga,” a fresh track by Janelle Monae featuring Jidenna. [Miss Info]
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