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MIKE Announces Tour, Drops Video for New Song “What Do I Do?”: Watch

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MIKE has shared another new single from his upcoming album Beware of the Monkey . “ What Do I Do ” comes with a music video directed by Xin Wang . In the visual, the New York rapper can be seen wandering along the coast of Maryland. MIKE has also announced a slate of North American tour dates. Check out “What Do I Do” and his full schedule below.

“What Do I Do” is the second song MIKE has shared from Beware of the Monkey , following “ Nuthin I Can Do Is Wrng .” The new LP is named after a horoscope he saw in a Chinese restaurant and interpreted as a warning about the future. It’s due out December 21 via his label 10k. MIKE’s previous album, Disco! , came out last year.

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Killer Mike Announces ‘Down By Law’ Tour The Summer 2024

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Straight off of a Grammy sweep (and unnecessary arrest just moments later ), Killer Mike has announced he will be hitting the road as he plans on going on tour this summer for the first time in quite some time.

According to HipHopNMore , the OG ATLien has announced that he and his choir, The Midnight Revival, will be traveling throughout North America in the Down By Law tour beginning next month. Kicking off his highly-anticipated tour in Memphis, Ten-A-Key, on May 4, the show will continue throughout every major city in the United States straight through the summer of 2024 before concluding in Los Angeles Oct. 15. To celebrate the announcement, Killer Mike dropped off a new visual for his cut, “EXIT 9,” taken off his Grammy Award-winning album, Michael .

No word on who’ll be joining Killer Mike on the tour just yet, but don’t be surprised if the likes of El-P, Cee-Lo Green, 2 Chainz or any other artist from The A makes a guest appearance here or there. Heck, maybe even André 3000 might surprise fans with a surprise cameo.

Check out the tour dates for the Down By Law tour below, and let us know if you’ll be attending when Killer Mike and company hit your city.

May 4 – Memphis, TN – Riverbeats Fest

May 21 – Washington, DC – Kennedy Center

June 22 – Atlanta, GA – Hot 107.9 Bday Bash

June 29 – Vancouver, BC – Vancouver Jazz Fest

July 3 – Montreal, QC – Festival International de Jazz de Montréal

July 5 – Quebec City, QC Festival D’Ete

July 6 – Ottawa, ON – Ottawa Blues Fest

July 7 – Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall

July 12 – Winnipeg, MB – Winnipeg Folk Fest

July 26-28 – Nelsonville, OH – Nelson- ville Music Fest

July 27 – Newport, RI – Newport Folk Fest

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How a Rising Brooklyn Rapper Created a Free Rap Festival That ‘Makes Sense’

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The font size on many music festival lineups has been shrinking lately, as new events, jam-packed with megastars (who sometimes don’t even show up) have cropped up in the time since pandemic restrictions have eased around the world. For fans, it can sometimes feel overwhelming. Rappers starting their own festivals , by now, seems like a natural part of the game. Everyone from Tyler the Creator to Drake to Travis Scott to Pharrell have put on some version of a multi-artist music festival, featuring a dizzying slate of acts who, likely, are playing the next week somewhere else.

For the Brooklyn rapper Mike , it still feels like something is missing.  “There’s not much events that are dedicated to rap music,” he says over the phone. “There is shit that’s for rap. But, like, not shit that makes sense.”

The City Parks Foundation, a nonprofit focused on civic engagement with New York City’s public parks, approached the 23-year-old MC last year to perform as part of its long-running SummerStage series. He decided instead to put on Young World, which he thought of as a music festival for regular people: a free show in the park, in the daytime, featuring talented young acts. The lineup for this year’s Young World 2, which took place July 21 at Herbert Von King Park in Brooklyn, includes the Houston-based rap experimentalist TisaKorean , New York’s Junglepussy, Brooklyn-based Maassai, and more. There’s also a legendary headliner: hip-hop icon Slick Rick. 

“When I came up with the idea for Young World, that’s one of the things that I thought,” recalls Mike, who counts Slick Rick — who, like him, moved from the U.K. to the East Coast when he was young — as one of his early inspirations. “Like, the craziest Young World would be the one that he performs at. It’s crazy to have that for the second one.”

Young World began in 2019 as a multi-day event in Manhattan. The idea from the start, Mike says, was to find a way to celebrate the more localized worlds that young artists share with their fans. “I always thought about artists who have the ability to create their own world, and build that from scratch or from nothing,” he says. “When I think about basically all the artists that are on the bill, it’s people that have created those types of worlds with music and shit, at least to me.”

Mike, who recently finished a tour alongside Freddie Gibbs , and has worked with the likes of Earl Sweatshirt and Alchemist, has himself built a fanbase in line with the current generation’s impulse for independence. “Young World is basically the idea of you building your own world that you can allow people to come into,” he says.

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So what’s it look like in Mike’s world? “I just want people to be allowed to enjoy good shit,” he says. “You shouldn’t have to pay mad bread for a good experience.”

The first Young World sold tickets on a sliding scale, and this year the festival is open to the public. The venue, a staple of Bedford Stuyvesant, is part of Mike’s everyday life. “We bike past that park all the time, it’s crazy how life shit comes full circle like that,” he says. “I’m just grateful to be able to be putting that to use. It feels like I’m doing something for the people around me.” 

Mike would like to see more events in the city for young people to be able to enjoy the space around them safely and inexpensively. Like a growing number of New Yorkers, he doesn’t like the current mayor Eric Adams, who is known to pop up at youthful buzzy hotspots all the while leading a government increasingly hostile towards young people of color. “But if he pulls up to this shit,” Mike says, “that would be funny as fuck.”

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Don’t Call It a Comeback: Rap is Rebounding in 2024

After a relative lack of commercial success in 2023, hip-hop is surging back on the charts in the first quarter of 2024.

There was a lot of talk over the last two years about hip-hop's decline , with many people predicting the genre’s downfall. Well, they were wrong, because just a few months into 2024, it looks like rap is getting back on course—commercially and critically. In 2023, it took seven months for a rap album, Lil Uzi Vert’s Pink Tape, to top the Billboard Top 200. By the end of the year, only four rap albums hit No. 1, compared to 12 in 2022. Late last year, there were open discussions about the declining health of the genre as veteran artists like Juicy J claimed that rap music was “down 40%.” In reality, the genre’s market share fell from 27.64% midway through 2022 to 25.92% halfway through 2023, but the concerns were valid. Hip-hop was in the midst of a decline after years of growth.

Fortunately, it looks like the naysayers were wrong because the genre is rebounding in 2024. We’re only three full months into the year, and there have already been three No. 1 rap albums; 21 Savage’s American Dream , Ye and Ty Dolla Sign’s Vultures , and Future and Metro Boomin’s We Don’t Trust You . Future and Metro’s We Still Don’t Trust You is expected to top next week’s chart as well. For comparison, there were zero No. 1 rap albums by April 2023. It wasn’t just albums. No rap songs topped the Billboard Hot 100 until September, when Doja Cat’s “Paint The Town Red” snapped a dry spell that had lasted for over a year. In 2024, it took less than two weeks for Jack Harlow’s “Lovin’ On Me” to become hip-hop’s first chart-topper. This was soon followed by No. 1 songs from Megan Thee Stallion (“Hiss”); Ye, Ty Dolla Sign, Rich the Kid, and Playboi Carti (“Carnival”); and Future, Metro Boomin, and Kendrick Lamar (“Like That”), the latter of which has now been sitting at No. 1 for three weeks straight. Hip-hop already has as many No. 1 songs in 2024 as it did all of 2023.

{ "id": 136648543 } The mere idea of the biggest rappers battling through bars already tops any of the blockbuster rap moments of 2023.

Looking at the charts through a more granular lens, in the first week of April last year, there were 18 rap entries on the Billboard Hot 100. There were 38 rap entries in the first week of April this year. There were 27 rap album entries on the Billboard Hot 200 this time last year compared to 25 today, however, a majority of the rap projects that had entries last year were older albums like Graduation, Take Care, Views, and Igor that never lost their position. In general, when looking at this year's Hot 200 rap entries, there is more new music compared to the year prior, with albums like We Don’t Trust You and 2093 holding high chart placements.  Of course, numbers aren’t everything. There were a lot of factors that hurt hip-hop’s morale in 2023. The YSL RICO case dominated the news cycle as Young Thug was locked up and Gunna faced “snitch” allegations, deflating the energy in Atlanta. Some of the genre’s biggest stars weren’t happy about the creative direction things were going, either, like Lil Yachty who criticized the lack of originality in rap, saying that “hip-hop is in a terrible place” in 2023. Rap albums that people expected to have generated blockbuster moments were also falling flat, like Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz’s Welcome 2 Collegrove and Meek Mill and Rick Ross’ Too Good To Be True. A-list stars weren’t delivering the excitement we were accustomed to, and it left fans disappointed.  Controversy still sells. Ye has been canceled and forgiven countless times, and despite some outrageous bars on “Carnival,” (“Now I'm Ye-Kelly, bitch, now, I'm Bill Cosby, bitch/Now, I'm Puff Daddy rich, that's "#MeToo me" rich”?) it still managed to go No. 1. The song is a testament to how galvanizing hip-hop can still be—for better or worse. Meanwhile, diss records like “Hiss” and “Like That” went No. 1. The lyrical war that Kendrick Lamar, Future, Rick Ross, ASAP Rocky, and The Weeknd have waged against Drake is the shot of adrenaline the genre needed—competition is still entertaining. The mere idea of the biggest rappers battling through bars already tops any of the blockbuster rap moments of 2023. You know rap is in a great place when you hear a diss track like “Like That” blasting in the club . Beyond the beefs and No. 1 hits, there has also been a lot of quality singles that have been popping off this year. After a few missteps and people wondering if she’d ever regain her early momentum, GloRilla successfully launched her comeback campaign with her contagious hit “Yeah Glo!” Sexyy Red is maintaining her momentum from last year with tracks like “Get It Sexy,” which has the streets in a chokehold. Ditto for Texas rapper BigXthaPlug , who has quietly been enjoying chart success with “Mmhmm.” 

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It’s not just the hits. ScHoolboy Q dropped an inspired album with Blue Lips, Tierra Whack expanded the boundaries of her world with her cathartic album World Wide Whack, and MIKE and Tony Seltzer’s Pinball left listeners impressed with its high-level lyrics and head-spinning production. All of these elite-yet-different albums came out in the same month this year.  Several emerging rap scenes have started generating a lot of buzz outside of their respective silos. Detroit’s Veeze had the Rap Twitter album of the year with Ganger in 2023, and now his regional influence is beginning to bleed outside of the confines of Michigan, with the artist gaining mainstream attention . Something similar is happening in New York City and the Sexy Drill movement led by Bronx rapper/producer Cash Cobain. Cobain’s “Fisherrr” is already a song of the summer candidate, and he’s made music with Drake and received a co-sign from Travis Scott , while maintaining his unique sound. These are the intangible stats that can only be determined by being outside.

{ "id": 136648572 } The year is still young, though, and some of the biggest acts in the game have yet to really make their move in 2024.

The industry should try to lead the genre into a healthy future by putting more stock into these smaller scenes rather than predicating hip-hop’s success on the major player's success. This would require both listeners and executives to expand their horizons beyond what they're accustomed to hearing and be open to whatever hip-hop chooses to evolve into. The next generation of underground rappers, like YhapoJJ, Wolfacejoeyy, and Bktherula, don’t sound much like the traditional rap that came before them, but they will be the young guard leading rap into unexplored territory, and they’ll need support and encouragement—not judgment, disdain, or industry plant accusations —in order for the genre to keep growing. Hip-hop has rebounded both commercially and culturally this year, but it still hasn’t returned to its peak, however. The only rap album in the last decade to maintain a No. 1 spot for nine weeks straight is Drake’s Views in 2016 (which was No. 1 for 13 weeks total), and the genre has slowly been dropping in market share since the turn of the decade. According to Luminate , hip-hop has remained the leading genre in terms of market share and controlled 28.2% of US consumption of music in 2020, but it declined to 27.7% in 2021, 26.8% in 2022, and now 25.8% in 2023.

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The year is still young, though, and some of the biggest acts in the game have yet to really make their move in 2024. On Complex’s 360 with Speedy , Cardi B confirmed that she would be dropping her anticipated sophomore album this year. Elsewhere in the Bronx, the young phenom Ice Spice is preparing to release her debut album, Y2K , a chance to prove she’s a superstar with staying power. Playboi Carti is in the midst of his rollout for MUSIC . Despite the fact there’s a war going on outside no rapper is safe from, J. Cole is still teasing the release of his next album, The Fall Off. Baby Keem might be tapping Kendrick Lamar again to assist him on his upcoming project that he teased in January. Gunna recently announced that his next album, One of Wun, will be arriving this summer alongside his tour.   Hip-hop is in a good place when the biggest acts are dropping music that moves the streets, the smallest scenes are making inspired sounds that's branching out across the country, and fans are willing to hear and experience new shit. When those three things are happening, everything else tends to fall into place. Hip-hop is still a billion dollar industry, and it can withstand temporary dips. So far, it looks like we’re heading in the right direction in 2024.


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Country star Colt Ford is still in the ICU after suffering a heart attack this month, forcing him to cancel his upcoming summer tour dates.

The “Workin’ On” singer was hospitalized Thursday, April 4 after a performance at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Gilbert, Arizona, near Phoenix. He was reportedly transferred to the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale on Friday and listed in stable but critical condition.

According to TMZ , Ford is still in the ICU. He’s steadily improving, but is “far from out of the woods” and needs to call off the rest of his 2024 tour.

He was next scheduled to perform April 18 in Virginia and at “Rock the Country” on April 19 in Kentucky, plus had a slew of shows booked through August. Refunds are being offered through the point of purchase. No concerts were scheduled in Upstate New York; Ford played del Lago Resort & Casino in Waterloo in 2022.

Mike Flaskey, the former CEO of Diamond Resorts and current CEO of Mike Flaskey Entertainment, said on April 11 that he received permission from Ford’s team to share “some positive news.”

“He’s awake and talking, after being incapacitated for 7 days from a life threatening health issue after his last show. God has worked a miracle and we need those prayers to continue for a full recovery!” Flaskey wrote on X .

According to PennLive , health updates have been few and far between, but those in his circle said the “odds of survival were grim” initially.

Ford, 53, is a Georgia native known for his mix of country and hip-hop, including co-writing and originally recording “Dirt Road Anthem” before it became a No. 1 hit for Jason Aldean . Ford has collaborated with artists like Aldean, Hardy, Toby Keith , Upchurch, Taylor Ray Holbrook, Bubba Sparxxx, Mitchell Tenpenny, Chase Rice, Tracy Byrd, Tracy Lawrence and Brantley Gilbert.

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“The doctor told me I was a week to 10 days from having to go on full chemo,” he told People magazine in 2021.

Ford reportedly performed a two-and-a-half hour concert at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, and didn’t show any signs of fatigue or illness during his 17-song set. Fans said he even lifted his mic stand high up in the air during his closing song, “Cricket on a Line.”

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  12. Killer Mike Announces 'Down By Law' Tour

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  19. Killer Mike Tells It Like It Is in New Interview

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