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And you won’t have to be a Tidal subscriber to live stream the October event.
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Tip isn’t saying I-G-G-BYE after all.
T.I. explains why he’s respectfully abandoning the Iggy Azalea cause.
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Here’s your answer, but it raises so many questions.
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The “Blurred Lines” boys just got more bad news.
The singer also releases her “I Bet” remix with T.I.
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He isn’t worried: “The universe will get it, man.”…
The estate isn’t stopping with a check from Robin Thicke and Pharrell.
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Iggy Azalea has had her fair share of critics in recent months. And in response, the Australian rapper has chosen to respond to nearly every one of them on Twitter. But what does TI have to say about her behavior on Twitter?
With its February 2015 issue, GQ is presenting readers with The Legacy Project, which the publication describes as “a Hall of Fame portfolio of music makers who made the most noise over the past twelve months.” And there’s certainly no doubt that Grammy nominee Pharrell Williams has made some noise of…