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New Album Art For Kanye And Kid Cudi’s Kids See Ghost

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Kanye continues to push the summer of G.O.O.D Music.

Kid Cudi posted the artwork for the collab with Kanye, Kids See Ghost. Cudi took to Twitter to share that the album cover was done by none other than Takashi Murakami.

This is the second time that Murakami and Kanye have linked up for an album cover. The Japanese artist did the artwork for Kanye’s album Graduation and also directed the music video for Ye’s song “Good Morning.”

Kids See Ghosts will be available on June 8.

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Watch: Travis Scott And Drake’s “Sicko” Video

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Travis Scott has shared a new video for his Drake-assisted Astroworld track “Sicko Mode.”

The trippy video was shot in Houston and directed by Dave Meyers and Travis Scott. Meyers previously directed Scott’s wild “Stop Trying to Be God” visual, which featured cameos from James Blake and Kylie Jenner. Drizzy and Scott alternate verses as well as locations through the video.

The video takes you on a wild ride through Scott’s hometown of Houston, which he treats like his very own amusement park, much like the one his latest album,Astroworld, is named after.

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Lil Wayne Grabs Swizz Beatz For ‘Uproar’ Video

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Lil Wayne drops the latest video from Tha Cater V.

“Uproar” is directed by Mills Miller, which features cameos from the song’s producer Swizz Beatz, Shiggy, Kid Pat and Fatboy SSE.

Weezy and Swizz reprise Diddy’s 2001 hit single “Special Delivery” (Remix) for the song’s instrumental. They also attempt to restart a viral hit with their #UproarChallenge by having all the video’s participants bring back the Harlem Shake dance.

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Rihanna Turned Down Superbowl In Support Of Colin Kaepernick

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Rihanna walked away from the NFL.

According to Us Weekly, the Anti singer was reportedly approached to headline the Super Bowl LIII halftime show; however, she declined the offer out of support for Colin Kaepernick.

“The NFL and CBS really wanted Rihanna to be next year’s performer in Atlanta,” the insider reveals. “They offered it to her, but she said no because of the kneeling controversy. She doesn’t agree with the NFL’s stance.”

Kaepernick, a former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, began kneeling during the national anthem at NFL games during the 2016 season to call attention to social injustices and racial inequality.

Jay-Z also turned down the Super Bowl halftime show due to leagues stance on athletes protesting.

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