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Made in America Festival Lineup Announced.


If you missed Bonnaroo, Coachella, the Essence Music Festival or maybe even Florida’s own Okeechobee Music Festival this summer don’t be sad. The lineup for Philly’s ‘Made In America’ festival has been announced and it’s lit!



Rapper Kanye West is pulling in the cash and making fans happy on the East Coast and now on the West Coast since he’s performing for the L.A. Made in America Festival.

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Jay-Z is smiling since his 2013 Made In America Festival is proving to be a knockout success.

The Labor Weekend show featured acts like 2 Chainz, A$AP Rocky, Emile Sande, and Day 1’s headliner was none other than Jay’s leading lady, Beyonce.

Check out  Bey’s stellar performance below!

Written by Danie Buchanan


Bey Says Goodbye To The US


Beyonce will be closing out Jay-Z’s Made In America Festival this Saturday, and then she’s off to tour the world.

The singer realizes that Philidelphia’s performance will be the last time she performs in the states until December when she performs in California, so she released an American tour recap video entitled “Bey Good.”

Check it out below!

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Written by Danie Buchanan


Kanye West Questions Use Of Certain Curse Words In Rap

Kanye West spent part of his weekend on stage at the Made in America Festival, but he also spent some time philosophizing on hip-hop lyrics. On Sunday, the emcee posted some 20 messages on Twitter, discussing whether a certain taboo word beginning with the letter “B” was acceptable. Kanye asked whether it was permissible to use the b-word only if it was accompanied by the word “bad,” as it is in Lupe Fiasco’s single “B**** Bad.” READ MORE

Jay-Z & Budweiser recently teamed up and released “Makers of Tomorrow,” their new commercial celebrating the upcoming Budweiser Made In America festival.

The Festival, goes down Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia. To spark more interest, Jay-z has teamed up with Budweiser for the festival commercial to promote the two-day event’s greater theme. With Jay-Z playing the role of narrator, in the ad he explains how music brings different people together, regardless of their respective musical preferences.