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Has ScHoolboy Q returned?

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ScHoolboy Q’s silence has been deafening to his fans. It’s a new year so we’re hoping for some new music from the laidback rapper, and from the looks of his tweet last night he may be dropping a project sooner than expected.

On Monday night, ScHoolboy took to Twitter to tease an upcoming announcement: “2 more days….. finally.” Last July, Top Dawg said in an interview Q’s forthcoming album was “90-95% done.”

Let’s just say Mac Miller’s untimely death threw a wrench in the album’s completion as the two were close friends, causing a major delay on the release date.

“Ima go back, and Ima figure out when Ima put this fucking album out, because y’all are going to get this album. I promise that,” ScHoolboy said onstage at a show back in September. “I’m just not ready to walk in the radio station and the first thing they ask me is ‘So Mac Miller…’ I’m not ready to deal with the questions they have.”

ScHoolboy Q’s last album, Blank Face LP, was released in 2016.

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Flume releases surprise mixtape featuring all your faves

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Flume just dropped his new mixtape ‘Hi This Is Flume’ via the influential Australian record label Future Classic today (March 20).

The last official release Flume dropped was his 2017 EP ‘Skin Companion II’ – the second follow-up release to his Grammy Award-winning album ‘Skin’ which was voted the Best Dance/Electronic Album of 2017.

The new project features contributions from SOPHIE, JPEGMAFIA, slowthai, and more.

Listen to Flume’s new mixtape ‘Hi This Is Flume’ below.

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J.Cole’s 2019 Dreamville Festival lineup is nasty

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J. Cole is rolling out all the heavy hitters at this year’s Dreamville Festival. Following the usual tradition, Cole himself will serve as the headliner for the evening and made sure the roster of artists leading up to the main attraction would be enough to keep the momentum flowing through the day, giving fans their money’s worth.

The lineup includes features from the whole Dreamville crew and more, including SZA, Big Sean, 6LACK, 21 Savage, Nelly, 21 Savage, Teyana Taylor, Davido, Mez, Bas, J.I.D, Cozz, Earthgang, Ari Lennox, Omen and Lute.

The festival is scheduled for Saturday, April 6 at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina. We hope Revenge Of The Dreamers 3 project will drop before then so they can perform some of the new music live.

Tickets are available for purchase here.

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