A mistrial in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case sparked outrage on social media, with Twitter users livid over the jury’s inability to make a decision.
In episode one of Everyday Struggle, Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks debate if Jay Z or Tyler, the Creator had the best verse on Frank Ocean's new song “Biking.” They also wonder if Hov should ever work together again. Additionally, they talk about Jay Z removing all of his solo albums from Spotify and if that's fair to consumers.
Later, Budden and Akademiks battle over Nicki Minaj's next album and debate whether or not she has fallen off since breaking up with Safaree. To wrap things up, Budden and Akademiks give their predictions on Kendrick Lamar's upcoming album, including a bet over the potential first week sales.
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During Disclosure’s NYC show this past weekend, Mary J. Blige made a guest appearance singing “F For You” which got us thinking… Is there a new collaboration in the works? Now we find out through DoAndroidsDance that Mary J. Blige updated her Twitter stating that there was “More to disclose later today” in which just hours ago, Disclosure updated their Facebook to announce that something is “COMING THURSDAY.”
With these Social Media updates, we have reason to believe that Disclosure and Mary J. Blige will be releasing their collaboration for “F For You” tomorrow. Stay tuned.
Social-media-savvy stars posted plenty of goodies from inside Sunday’s soiree.
By Sophie Schillaci
London based social media startup known as JustGo and ToppleTrack have just completed their infographic which displays The Top 100 DJs of 2013, By Data. JustGo said that “We looked at the Top 100 DJs by taking into account the number of Total Fans as well as New Fans acquired in 2013. While Total Fans is more reflective of a DJ’s overall popularity, New Fans – as we define it – is more reflective of current excitement. Therefore, we gave Total Fans a 2:1 weighting against New Fans or 60% for Total Fans versus 30% for New Fans.”
Take a look at the fascinating trends of EDM and DJs in the 2013 year.JustGo | ToppleTrack]