Jay Z’s Made In America Will Not Return To Los Angeles: Morning Mix

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:: Jay Z‘s music festival Made In America will not return to Los Angeles in 2015. However, the Philadelphia edition is still on, and a free concert at New York’s Liberty Island, with Mary J. Blige reportedly headlining, is in the works. [Rolling Stone]

:: Rae Sremmurd‘s Slim Jimmy tumbled off a speaker, fell into a glass spotlight and seriously injured his leg during the duo’s June 6 Governors Ball performance. “This n—-‘s leg is like, split open, I’m serious,” Swae Lee said — and there’s at least one graphic photo to prove it. [Billboard]

:: A few One Direction fans booed when Zayn Malik‘s face appeared on the big screen during the band’s June 5 concert in Cardiff, Wales. [MTV]

:: “It’s the worst thing I’ve ever done,” Epic Records head L.A. Reid said recently of The X Factor. He says that trying to run a label and judge during the second season was tough, which makes sense. But then he says that the show “almost destroyed” his taste, as in it resembled Simon Cowell‘s a bit too closely. Hmm. [Billboard]

:: A Moroccan education group has sued Jennifer Lopez for “disturb[ing] public order and tarnish[ing] women’s honor and respect.” Why? A live performance of hers aired on public TV. Seriously. [MTV]

:: Before Avicii featured Robbie Williams in “The Days,” he featured Brandon Flowers in a demo version that is now online. [Breathe Heavy]

Find out below what music you can catch on TV today.

:: Good Morning America (ABC) — Kiesza :: Today (NBC) — The Tenors :: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Alabama Shakes :: Conan (TBS) — The Milk Carton Kids :: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Hiatus Kaiyote :: Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC) — Fall Out Boy :: The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS) — Palma Violets