Iggy Azalea announces “Mo Bounce” release date with provocative pose

Iggy had teased the cover with a series of images and invited fans to complete the puzzle. pic.twitter.com/dQmkNpCR0a— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) March 19, 2017

She wrote, “You guys did good putting the pieces together! You guys did good putting the pieces together! My new single #MoBounce comes out next Friday! ABC/Fred LeeIggy Azalea turned up the heat on Twitter as she revealed the sexy cover art and release date for “Mo Bounce.”
In the artwork, the Aussie MC squats in a bikini in front of a mirror, capturing a steamy rear view.  The caption announces the new single will arrive this Friday, March 24. 3/24. 3/24. Get ready. My new single #MoBounce comes out next Friday! Get ready.”
Fans are still waiting for Iggy’s new album Digital Distortion, whose release was pushed back last year.

Buckcherry added to Rock Into Spring festival

Rock Into Spring also features 20 tattoo artists plying their craft, including Ink Master’s Randy Vollink, James Francis, Cleen Rock One and King Rock, as well as MTV’s Drama Diablo. Mike Lewis Photography/RedfernsVeteran hard-rock band Buckcherry has been added to the lineup for the Rock Into Spring festival. The lineup also includes Art of Anarchy, Sick Puppies, Trapt, DJ Lethal from Limp Bizkit, Alien Ant Farm and many more. Buckcherry released their sixth studio album, Rock ‘n’ Roll, in August 2015. It includes the singles “Bring It On Back” and “The Feeling Never Dies,” the latter of which features country singer Gretchen Wilson. 
  The event takes place April 28–30 at the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas.

Drake releases new collection More Life, featuring Kanye, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz & More

“Free Smoke” 2. “Portland” (featuring Quavo and Travis Scott) 12. David Wolff-Patrick/RedfernsDrake made it a special weekend for his fans as he dropped his “playlist,” More Life, on Saturday. “Fake Love” 21. “Lose You” 17. PartyNextDoor, Giggs, Black Coffee and Jorja Smith also collaborated with Drizzy on the project. “Glow” (featuring Kanye West) 19. “Nothings Into Somethings” 14. “No Long Talk” (featuring Giggs) 3. The 22-track collection, which is only available digitally, features several stars, including Kanye West, Quavo from Migos and Travis Scott,  plus 2 Chainz and Young Thug. “Can’t Have Everything” 18. “Get It Together” (featuring Black Coffee and Jorja Smith) 6. “Blem” 8. “Sacrifices” (featuring 2 Chainz and Young Thug) 13. “Madiba Riddim” 7. “Skepta Interlude” 11. “Ice Melts” (featuring Young Thug) 22. “Since Way Back” (featuring PartyNextDoor) 20. “Jorja Interlude” 5. The cover features a throwback photo of his father, Dennis Graham, with the caption, “A Playlist By October Firm.”
More Life track list:
1. “KMT” (featuring Giggs) 16. “4422” 9. “Teenage Fever” 15. “Gyalchester” 10. “Do Not Disturb” “Passionfruit” 4.

Miike Snow returns for US shows

Frank Hoensch/RedfernsSwedish-American indie-pop band Miike Snow will return to the U.S. In addition to headlining dates that will feature support from Klangstof, Phantogram and Glass Animals, Miike Snow will also appear at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware on June 16. for a string of summer shows. Miike Snow released their third studio album, iii, last year, featuring the lead single “Genghis Khan.”
Here are Miike Snow’s tour dates:
6/9 — Tulsa, OK, Cain’s Ballroom6/10 — Bonner Springs, KS, Providence Medical Center Amphitheater6/12 — Austin, TX, Stubb’s Amphitheater6/13 — New Orleans, LA, Republic6/15 — Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore6/16 — Dover, DE, Firefly Music Festival6/17 — Akron, OH, The Goodyear Theater at East End6/19 — Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s6/20 — Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room at Old National Centre6/21 — Louisville, KY, Mercury Ballroom6/23 — Grand Rapids, MI, 20 Monroe Live6/24 — Chicago, IL, Mamby On The Beach 6/25 — Des Moines, IA, Wooly’s6/29 — Ogden, UT, Ogden Amphitheater6/30 — Reno, NV, Grand Sierra Resort & Casino7/1 — Berkeley, CA, The Greek Theatre7/3 — Minneapolis, MN, First Avenue Led by singer Andrew Wyatt, the group kicks off the tour June 9 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Did Gorillaz just release an early look at their new album?

Gorillaz released a new track called “Hallelujah Money” on January 20 to coincide with the inauguration of U.S. According to Consequence of Sound, the 26 titles (including a half-dozen “interludes”) were registered with UK-based music licensing company Phonographic Performance Ltd. ParlophoneGorillaz, the genre-hopping pop/rap collective led by Blur frontman Damon Albarn, has revealed what appear to be the song titles for their next album. The tracks include guest appearances from Grace Jones, De La Soul, Savages frontwoman Jehnny beth, gospel legend Mavis Staples, Pusha T, Danny Brown, Kelela and others. President Donald Trump.