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Wiz Khalifa

JoJo announces new album, releases banger 'F--- Apologies'

The wait for JoJo’s new album is almost over. The 25-year-old singer, who hit the airwaves with mid-2000s hits like “Leave (Get Out)” and “Too Little Too Late,” has announced her new collection, Mad Love, will be out Oct. 14 via Atlantic Records. In addition, she released the first track, “F— Apologies,” and its accompanying music video, directed by Francesco Carrozzini.

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Snoop Dogg drops Wiz Khalifa-featuring single for upcoming album, COOLAID

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa aren’t just touring and, uh, having a good time: they’re making music.

Snoop tapped Wiz to appear on his new song, “Kush Ups,” an undeniable rap track and deviation from the West Coast rapper’s reggae and R&B forays. The track serves as the first single for Snoop’s new record, COOLAID, his first rap album in five years.

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Wiz Khalifa on tour with Snoop Dogg: We'll 'probably just be getting really stoned'

Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg will team up this summer for The High Road Tour — and from what Khalifa tells EW, the string of dates sounds perfectly tailored to fans of the stoner-rap kings.

“It’s a joint performance,” he says, pausing to let the pun sink in. “It’s me and him sharing a stage. It’s going to be an experience that people can only catch this summer.”

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Wiz Khalifa says Snoop Dogg tour is ‘one of the things we smoked up'

Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg aren’t exactly going for subtlety with their summer tour, The High Road Tour. The frequent collaborators have sung about their love for a certain leafy green time and time again, and unsurprisinlgy, it was while enjoying a smoking session with each other that the rappers came up with the idea for a co-headlining tour.

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5 wildest moments from National Concert Day

Artists from every single genre are hitting the road this summer for national concert tours, and to kick off the new season of live music, Live Nation gave fans a sampling of some of these performances at its second annual National Concert Day. The event, held Tuesday afternoon at New York’s Irving Plaza, showcased three-song sets from four of the biggest artists going on tour in the upcoming months. Here were the wildest moments:

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