Drake Postpones North American Tour Because Of Album Delay… And Weak Ticket Sales?

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Blame Ye’ & Hov? Sources tell the New York Post that Drake is pushing back the start of his North American tour to October 18 because of soft ticket sales. The “Would You Like a Tour?” was announced back in June and was supposed to start in the middle of this month. Drake will be on the road with rapper Future and leg-dropping crooner Miguel. But the month-long delay was announced on Friday “due to an intense rehearsal schedule and technical production requirements that will be part of the show,” said a statement. Not true, says The Post, which writes that competition with other acts like Jay Z and Kanye is tying up concert goer dollars…

[MadameNoire]


Justin Timberlake Debuts The 20/20 Experience Tracks “True Blood” & “Only When I Walk Away” [VIDEO]

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Justin Timberlake said that The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2) is much darker that the first installment, and that’s apparent based on the new material released thus far. Over the weekend, the former *NSYNC front man premiered new jams titled “True Blood” and “Only When I Walk Away” that further reaffirmed the album’s aforementioned description…

 

 

[HipHopWired]


Naomi Campbell, Iman, Jourdan Dunn Speak out for Diversity in Modeling [VIDEO]

Naomi Campbell during the 'Rush' film premiere at Odeon in London.

There’s no way around it: Diversity is a hot-button topic, especially in places where it’s clearly missing. Particularly places like the fashion world where the runways are filled with hundreds of young women, but very few of whom are young women of color. This a problem. Veteran supermodel icons Naomi Campbell and Iman joined in on the fight against fashion discrimination. Iman told CNN, ‘The absence of people of color on the runways and photography reinforces to our young girls that they’re not beautiful enough, that they’re not acceptable enough,” making a good point about the negative future effects on young women of color…

 

 

 

 

 

 

[StyleBlazer]


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