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IMPRINT Exclusive Interview with Just Brittany

 

Photo May 11, 10 43 00 AM
Photo By | Joshua Sowemimo

 

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Photo By | Kiki Archer

We had the chance to do an interview with the beautiful and talented Just Brittany from Houston, TX. She told us about some of her biggest influences in music being Lana Del Rey, Amy Winehouse, Beyonce and a few others. She mentioned upcoming music with Rick Ross and her latest project “Miss Understood” she compared her style of music as soulful, and idolized artist like Erykah Badu.

 

The venue for our interview Exclusive Game was very unique it had a stylish feel as well as urban culture and environment. The red velvet walls and their signature chair added to even more character to the interview.

Thank you Exclusive Game Clothing @exclusivegame

 

 

IMPRINT TEAM MEMBERS

Host: Mike Love @1.lov

Photographers: Kiki Archer @imprint_ent and Joshua Sowemimo @sosovisions

Videographers: Leel Wan @call_me_leel  and Joshua Sowemimo @sosovisions

Artist: ArmofCasso @armofcasso

 

Normani’s debut solo single with Khalid ‘Love Lies’ surpasses 200M streams on Spotify

Khalid and Normani‘s ‘Love Lies‘ has amazingly surpassed 200 million streams on Spotify.

‘Love Lies’ was released commercially for digital download through RCA Records this year on February 14 as the second single from the movie soundtrack for Love, Simon.

It is Normani’s debut solo single. It entered at number 43 on the Bilboard Hot 100, opening with 22,000 downloads and 11.7 million streams in its first week. This tied Fifth Harmony with Destiny’s ChildThe Go-Go‘s and Labelle for the most members (three) from an all-female group to chart solo on the Hot 100, with Normani being the third.

It also scored the highest first-week position for a debut single by a girl group member.

The duo gave a sultry performance of the single on ‘The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon‘ last month on April 10 (see below).

Beyoncé reigns at Coachella once again

Written By | Chloe Melas

Ring the alarm!

Beyoncé did not disappoint at the closing weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Saturday night — turning it once again into what fans are calling, “Beychella.”

Queen Bey made headlines for her unbelievable performance last weekend. Backed by a full marching band in tribute to historically black colleges, a drumline and dozens of dancers, her powerful headlining set featured a surprise Destiny’s Child reunion, her husband Jay-Z and more. But with Beyoncé being, well, Beyoncé, some wondered how the superstar might mix things up for the festival’s second weekend.

With the exception of a wardrobe twist — shades of magenta instead of bright yellow — the set followed the same course and was equally all encompassing, complete with her former Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams taking the stage for some of their greatest hits, along with another dance-off with her younger sister, Solange Knowles.

Beyoncé’s husband Jay-Z also made a highly anticipated return for another round of duets to promote their upcoming “On The Run II” tour.

The one surprise guest was J. Balvin, who joined Beyoncé to perform “Mi Gente.”

Southwest passenger died after broken plane window nearly sucked her out

Written By | Faith Karimi and Steve Almasy

For 20 minutes, the Southwest Airlines jet was a normal flight from New York to Dallas with 149 people aboard.

The plane was flying at 32,500 feet Tuesday morning as passengers settled in for the three-hour flight.

Suddenly, alarms blared in the cockpit as what sounded like an explosion boomed from the left side of the plane. Oxygen masks swiftly dropped from the ceiling.

What followed was a terrifying sequence of events that ended with one woman dead, seven people injured and an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport.

‘Everybody was going crazy’

Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 took off from LaGuardia Airport at 10:27 a.m. and landed in Philadelphia about 11:23 a.m.

The Boeing 737 was headed to Dallas with 144 passengers and five crew members. For about 20 minutes, everything seemed calm. Then “a loud boom” suddenly jolted the plane, passenger Marty Martinez said.

“About five seconds later, all the oxygen masks deployed,” he said. “I immediately knew something was wrong. It just didn’t register what could have been.”

Something in the engine broke apart midair and burst through the window, passengers said. A woman was sucked toward the hole where the window once had been as passengers struggled to pull her back in.

“Everybody was going crazy, and yelling and screaming,” Martinez said. “As the plane is going down, I am literally purchasing internet just so I can get some kind of communication to the outside world.”

Objects flying out

As the plane quickly descended and passengers continued scrambling to pull the woman away from the window, other passengers stuffed clothes and jackets into the hole, said Martinez, who was sitting two rows away from the woman. Those items got sucked out of the plane, too, he said.

“We could feel the air from the outside coming in, and then we had smoke kind of coming in the window,” Martinez said.

In the chaos, it was hard to hear anyone. Flight tracking website Flightradar24 estimated the plane descended from 31,684 feet to 10,000 feet in about five minutes.

“It was very loud, so announcements from the pilot or any other crew would not have been heard,”passenger Amy Serafini said.

Passenger Matt Tranchin watched the commotion as people tried to help.

“Everyone kind of descended on where this hole was,” he said.

He thought about his family and whether he’d see them again. The thoughts were terrifying.

“That I’ll never live to see my son born. That I’ll never be able to say goodbye to my wife, say goodbye to my parents. But I am. I feel really very fortunate for that,” he told CNN affiliate WPVI.

Nurse performs CPR

After trying to pull the woman back for several minutes, a man in a cowboy hat and a second man finally got her into her seat, Serafini said.

A nurse aboard the flight performed CPR.

“We started CPR on the lady, which we continued for about 20 minutes. We were still doing CPR when the plane landed,” Peggy Williams said. “We made every effort that we could possibly make to save this woman’s life.”

Martinez said it was a rough landing, and he wasn’t sure if the plane was going to crash. The jet could have been landing on a freeway for all he knew, he said.

“I didn’t know if we were going to be running into a building. I didn’t know what state the plane or even the pilot was in, if we were in condition to land,” he said. “Finally when we … came to a halt, of course, the entire crowd was (in) tears and people crying and we were just thankful to be alive.”

Air traffic call

Before the plane landed, the pilot asked the air traffic controller to send medics to meet it on the tarmac.

“Injured passengers OK, and is your airplane physically on fire?” the air traffic controller asked.

“No, it’s not on fire, but part of it is missing. They said there’s a hole and that someone went out,” the pilot responded.

“Um, I’m sorry, you said there was a hole and somebody went out? Southwest 1380, it doesn’t matter we will work it out there,” the air traffic controller said.

The controller asked other planes to prepare for the airport to be shut down.

The investigation

The National Transportation Safety Board said a preliminary look at the engine shows one of its 24 fan blades was missing.

There was evidence of metal fatigue where the blade attached to a hub, according to NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt.

“In aviation, there should be inspection techniques and procedures in place to detect something like that. What we want to find out is why was this not detected ahead of time,” Sumwalt told CNN on Wednesday.

Metal fatigue is not something that could be seen at a glance, and because it was internal, even a careful maintenance inspection from outside the engine may have missed it, he said. The fan blade spins at several thousand revolutions per minute, so when it was “liberated,” Sumwalt said, it basically broke into shrapnel.

It was not an explosion, he said, likening it more to a car’s combustion engine throwing a rod, which bangs around the engine.

“More than likely, when the engine fan blade separated, it caused the cowling to separate and end up in this small town northwest of the airport,” he said.

The cowling was found about 70 miles from where the plane landed.

Southwest CEO Gary Kelly said the plane was inspected Sunday, but he had no details on what parts were examined. “I’m not aware of any issues with the airplane or any issues with the engine involved,” he said.

Sumwalt told CNN that Kelly assured him Tuesday night that Southwest will be conducting “an aggressive ultrasonic inspection campaign for their entire fleet.”

The flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder have been sent to Washington, Sumwaltsaid.

Passenger identified as 43-year-old mother of 2

The woman killed was identified as Jennifer Riordan, 43. She worked for Wells Fargo in Albuquerque, New Mexico, according to the bank. Southwest said hers was the first in-flight death in company history.

“This is a sad day and our hearts go out to the family and the loved ones of the deceased customer,” Kelly said. “We will do all that we can to support them during this very difficult time.”

In a statement, Wells Fargo called her “a well-known leader who was loved and respected.”

She is survived by two children and her husband, Michael Riordan, who was once the chief operating officer for the city of Albuquerque, CNN affiliate KOAT reported.

Watch Beyonce Reunite With Destiny’s Child at Coachella

Trio reemerge for medley of “Lose My Breath,” “Say My Name” and “Soldier” during singer’s headlining set

 

Beyoncé’s epic headlining set at Coachella Saturday featured guests like Jay-Z, Solange Knowles and, as rumored, a Destiny’s Child, with the trio reforming onstage to perform a three-song medley.

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams rejoined Beyoncé for the first time in three years and delivered “Lose My Breath,” “Say My Name” and “Soldier” during the final segment of Beyoncé’s set.

Destiny’s Child last performed together in 2015 when Knowles, Rowland and Williams staged a surprise reunion to sing the latter’s “Say Yes” at the Stellar Awards.

The Coachella medley was the trio’s most high-profile reunion since Destiny’s Child performed together during Beyoncé’s Super Bowl headlining gig in February 2013.

“Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline,” Beyoncé said earlier in her 24-song set.

 

2018 McDonald’s All American Games: Rosters, TV schedule

The 2018 McDonald’s All American Games will be played March 28 at Philips Arena in Atlanta.

The boys game — which will feature two All-Star prospects from Georgia — will be shown on ESPN2 at 9 p.m. The girls’ game includes two prospects from metro Atlanta and a couple of Georgia Tech commits on the roster.

Here are the rosters and where the players for the 41st edition of the high school all star game. The game will include a halftime performance by Ludacris.

RJ Barrett, G/F, 6-foot-7, 200 pounds, Montverde Academy (Montverde, Fla.), committed to Duke
• Moses Brown, C, 7-2, 260, Archbishop Molloy High School (Briarwood, N.Y.), committed to UCLA
• Darius Garland, G, 6-2, 175, Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, Tenn.), committed to Vanderbilt
• Louis D. King, G/F, 6-9, 205, Hudson Catholic Regional High School (Jersey City, N.J.), Committed to Oregon
• Romeo Langford, G/F, 6-6, 200, New Albany High School (New Albany, Ind.), is undecided
• David McCormack, C, 6-10, 255, Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), committed to Kansas
• E.J. Montgomery, F/C, 6-11, 225, Wheeler High School (Marietta, Ga.), is undecided
• Immanuel Quickley, G, 6-3, 185, John Carroll School (Bel Air, Md.), committed to Kentucky
• Nazreon Reid, F, 6-11, 250, Roselle Catholic High School (Roselle, N.J.), committed LSU
• Jalen Smith, F/C, 6-10, 205, Mount Saint Joseph High School (Baltimore), committed to Maryland
• Coby White, G, 6-4, 182, Greenfield School (Wilson, N.C.), committed to North Carolina
• Zion Williamson,G/F, 6-7, 250, Spartanburg Day School (Spartanburg, S.C.), committed to Duke

The Boys East team will be coached by John Mirabello, of Northwest Catholic High School in West Hartford,Conn.

WEST TEAM

• Darius Bazley, F, 6-foot-9, 210 pounds, Princeton High School (Cincinnati), committed to Syracuse
• Bol Bol, F/C, 7-2, 220, Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.), committed to Oregon
• Jordan Brown, F, 6-11, 210, Prolific Prep (Napa, Calif.), is undecided
• Devon Dotson, G, 6-2, 175, Providence Day School (Charlotte, N.C.), committed to Kansas
• Quentin Grimes, G, 6-5, 200, Woodlands College Park High School (The Woodlands, Texas), committed to Kansas
• Keldon Johnson, G/F, 6-6, 205, Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), committed to Kentucky
• Tre Jones, G, 6-3, 180 Apple Valley High School (Apple Valley, Minn.), committed to Duke
• Nassir Little, G/F, 6-7, 215, Orlando Christian Prep (Orlando, Fla.), committed to North Carolina
• Reggie Perry, G/F, 6-9, 235, Thomasville High School (Thomasville, Ga.), committed to Mississippi State
• Jahvon Quinerly, G, 6-1, 165, Hudson Catholic Regional High School (Jersey City, N.J.), committed to Villanova
• Cameron Reddish, G, 6-8, 205, Westtown School (West Chester, Pa.), committed ot Duke
• Simisola Shittu, G/F, 6-10, 220, Vermont Academy (Saxtons River, Vt.), committed to Vanderbilt

Brad Lauwers of A.J. Dimond High School in Anchorage, Alaska, will coach the Boys’ West team.

2018 McDonald’s All American Games – Girls roster

EAST TEAM

• Shakira Austin, F/C, 6-foot-6, Riverdale Baptist School (Upper Marlboro, Md.), committed to Maryland
• Jenna Brown, G, 5-10, Lovett School (Atlanta), committed to Stanford
• Amira Collins, F/C, 6-3, Paul VI Catholic High School (Fairfax, Va.), committed to Tennessee
• Emily Engstler, G/F, 6-1, St. Francis Preparatory School (Fresh Meadows, N.Y.), committed to Syracuse
• Destanni Henderson, G, 5-9, Fort Myers High School (Fort Myers, Fla.), committed to South Carolina
• Jazmine Massengill, G, 6-1, Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (Chattanooga, Tenn.), committed to Tennessee
• Valencia Myers, F/C, 6-3, Solon High School (Solon, Ohio), committed to Florida State
• Olivia Nelson-Ododa, F/C, 6-4, Winder-Barrow High School (Winder, Ga.), committed to Connecticut
• Izabela Nicoletti, G, 5-10, Neuse Christian Academy (Raleigh, N.C.), committed to Florida State
• Jordan Nixon, G, 5-9, Mary Louis Academy (Jamaica Estates, N.Y.), committed to Notre Dame
• Sedona Prince, F/C, 6-7, Liberty Hill High School (Liberty Hill, Texas), committed to Texas
• Madison Williams, G/F, 5-10, Trinity Valley School (Fort Worth, Texas), committed to Oklahoma

The Girls East team will be coached by Dawn Seiler, of Aberdeen Central High School in Aberdeen, S.D. 

WEST TEAM

• Elizabeth Balogun, G, 6-1, Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (Chattanooga, Tenn.), committed to Georgia Tech
• Charli Collier, F, 6-5, Barbers Hill High School (Mont Belvieu, Texas), committed to Texas
• Aquira DeCosta, F/C, 6-2, Saint Mary’s High School (Stockton, Calif.), committed to Baylor
• Elizabeth Dixon, F/C, 6-5, Ridgeway High School (Memphis), committed to Georgia Tech
• Queen Egbo, F/C, 6-3, Travis High School (Richmond, Texas), committed to Baylor
• McKenzie Forbes, G/F, 6-0, Folsom High School (Folsom, Calif.), committed to California
• Katlyn Gilbert, G, 5-11, Heritage Christian High School (Indianapolis), committed to Notre Dame
• Zay Green, G, 6-1, Duncanville High School (Duncanville, Texas), committed to Tennessee
• Cate Reese, F/C, 6-2, Cypress Woods High School (Cypress, Texas), committed to Arizona
• Honesty Scott-Grayson, G, 5-10, Riverdale Baptist School (Upper Marlboro, Md.), committed to Baylor
• NaLyssa Smith, F/C, 6-2, East Central High School (San Antonio, Texas), committed to Baylor
• Christyn Williams, G, 5-11, Central Arkansas Christian School (North Little Rock, Ark.), committed to Connecticut

Jeannie Hebert-Trua, of Wasilla High School, Wasilla, Alaska, will coach the girls’ West squad. 

Jay-Z and Beyoncé Announce Additional OTR II Tour Dates Due to Overwhelming Demand

– More Shows Added in the US and Europe This Summer –

– Citi, TIDAL, and Beyhive Pre-sales Begin March 21st for Newly Announced Dates –

– Tickets On Sale to General Public Starting March 26th at LiveNation.com for Newly Announced Dates –

LOS ANGELES, CA (Tuesday, March 20, 2018) – JAY-Z AND BEYONCÉ have announced additional OTR II stadium tour dates due to overwhelming demand. Kicking off Wednesday, June 6 in Cardiff, UK, the international leg has added a second Amsterdam date on June 20. In the US three new cities will go on-sale: Columbus, OH, Columbia, SC, and Seattle, WA. Due to sold out shows, second dates have also been added in Washington, DC, East Rutherford, NJ, Chicago, IL, Atlanta, GA, and Los Angeles, CA. The highly anticipated tour will stop in 15 cities across the UK and Europe and 24 cities in North America. The full itinerary can be found below.

The tour is presented by Live Nation Global Touring in association with Parkwood Entertainment and Roc Nation. Tickets for the newly announced dates will go on sale to the general public starting Monday, March 26 at LiveNation.com and all usual outlets. On-sale dates and times vary (full on-sale schedule provided below).

Beginning Wednesday, March 21 at 10am through Saturday, March 24 at 5pm (all times local) members of the Beyhive and TIDAL subscribers will have a pre-sale opportunity for the new dates announced in Amsterdam and the US. To join the Beyhive and get access to tour pre-sales, go to Beyonce.com. TIDAL members can find details for purchasing tickets on TIDAL.com or via the TIDAL mobile, web and desktop apps.

Citi is the official credit card for the OTR II stadium tour and as such, Citi cardmembers can take advantage of a special pre-sale opportunity for show dates in the United States, Europe and the UK. For the new performances going on sale on Monday, March 26 Citi cardmembers may purchase tickets starting Wednesday, March 21 at 12pm through through Saturday, March 24 at 5pm (all times local).

Watch the tour trailer now on TIDAL. Embed code available here: http://tdl.sh/OTRII. In the summer of 2014, Beyoncé and JAY-Z performed six weeks of sold out stadium dates across North America with their highly anticipated ON THE RUN tour. The tour closed with two international dates in Paris, France that were filmed for an HBO special that received an Emmy nomination.

Atlanta ticket prices are $324.00, $184.00, $114.00, $83.50, $53.50, $24.00. JAY-Z AND BEYONCE OTR II

Click here for Tickets & Details for concert at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

*Newly added dates in bold

 

Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s On The Run II Tour Could Do Double the Business Their 2014 Tour Did

Written By | Dave Brooks

More cities, higher priced tickets and new stadiums could net more than $200 million for Bey & Jay

Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s just-announced On The Run II Tour through Europe and North America is on track to be one of the highest-grossing ever for the power couple.

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The two last toured together in 2014 on the much shorter 19-date On The Run Tour, grossing $95 million according to Billboard Boxscore. The upcoming 2018 tour includes 36 stops — 15 in Europe and 21 in North America — and if additional dates are added to On The Run II — as is normally the case — this tour could do double the business of their 2014 outing.

The first On The Run Tour averaged about $5 million per show, so assuming this tour does the same, that could mean $180 million to $200 million, depending on how many dates they play. There’s a possibility that OTR II could gross even higher because of more aggressive pricing and stops at new cities with huge stadiums that could net even more money. On this tour, the famous couple are playing 11 cities they skipped in 2014 and playing three new stadiums that were built after 2014 — US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis (Aug. 8), Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta (Aug. 25) and Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. (Sept. 29).

The 2014 On The Run Tour only consisted of two shows in Europe, both at the Stade de France. This time the couple will play in nine different countries in Europe, with four shows in the U.K. and one show in Warsaw, Poland (June 30). JAY-Z and Beyoncé played most of these cities individually on their solo tours, with JAY-Z playing arenas in 2017 and Beyoncé hitting the stadium circuit in 2016.

Ticketmaster and promoter Live Nation have gotten more aggressive about pricing tickets for large-scale tours, which can push the overall tour gross upwards. Sales for JAY-Z’s 32-date 4:44 Tour in November and December grossed a personal-record $48.7 million for the rapper, thanks in part to his in-the-round arena configuration which allowed him to sell more tickets and charge more for lower level seats while utilizing expensive VIP packages and platinum seat programs. The pricing strategy means artists can make more money while charging less for upper-level seats.

The strategy means more pressure on scalpers and professional resellers — high-priced tickets are difficult to sell because there’s not much room to mark up the price, while a large inventory of available cheap upper-level seats incentivizes fans to buy directly from the artists instead of resale sites like StubHub or Viagogo.

Ticketmaster is not utilizing its Verified Fan platform on this tour, instead opting for more traditional presales and fan club sales. Citi is the official credit card of OTR II and cardholders in North America can purchase tickets from March 14 to March 17. (European cardholders can also get their tickets early, too.)

Tidal members also get an early shot at tickets, as do members of Beyoncé’s Beyhive fan club. Everyone else will have to wait until March 19 to buy tickets in North America and some dates in Europe, while the remainder of the tour goes on sale March 23.

The couple won’t be the only ones playing large venues this summer. Dead and Company, Pearl JamEd Sheeran and Def Leppard with Journey are all playing stadiums this year, as are the EaglesBilly Joel and Taylor Swift, whose Reputation Tour is playing many of the same venues as Bey and Jay. Those two tours are spaced about four months apart.

But demand for OTR II could withstand competitive pressure if Beyoncé’s 2016 Formation Tour is any guide: that one was the highest-grossing tour of 2016 according to Billboard Boxscore, clocking in $256 million over 49 shows.

Why McDonald’s is sporting a golden ‘W’ for women

Written By | Loyd Brumfield

No, you don’t need to get your eyes checked: That’s a “W” popping up today at McDonald’s.

The fast-food company recognized International Women’s Day on Thursday by turning its iconic golden arches logo upside down in the shape of the letter “W” on its social media channels and by supplying special uniforms and other packaging at 100 of its restaurants.

At least one McDonald’s in Lynwood, Calif., physically changed its signage and turned its arches upside down.

“We have a long history of supporting women in the workplace, giving them the opportunity to grow and succeed,” McDonald’s spokeswoman Lauren Altmin told CNBC. “In the U.S. we take pride in our diversity.”

The company, in a video, said that six out of every 10 of its managers in the U.S. are women.

And because this is Texas, at least one fan of another fast-food giant chimed in:

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Other companies are also recognizing women, Newsweek reported. Mattel rolled out a line of Barbie dolls based on real women, including Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, Winter Olympics gold medal-winning snowboarder Chloe Kim and artist Frida Kahlo.

In addition,  Brawny replaced the man in its paper towel logo with a woman — something it has done in years past — and Johnnie Walker is putting a woman on its logo for a limited edition “Jane Walker” whiskey bottle, The Hill reported.

CHILDISH GAMBINO UNVEILS 2018 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH SPECIAL GUEST RAE SREMMURD

Infinite Energy Arena on September 6

Tickets On Sale to the General Public Friday, March 9 at Noon (12PM)

LOS ANGELES, CA (March 5, 2018) – Today, GRAMMY, Golden Globe and Emmy-Award winning and multi-talented recording artist, actor, and producer Donald Glover a.k.a. Childish Gambino announced dates for his upcoming North American tour with special guest Rae Sremmurd. Produced by Live Nation in partnership with Wolf + Rothstein, the month-long outing will visit 13 cities across North America, kicking off in Atlanta on September 6 and wrapping in Vancouver on September 30.

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, March 9 at 12pm local time. Purchase tickets at InfiniteEnergyCenter.com, the Arena box office or by calling (770) 626-2464. American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Tuesday, March 6 at 12pm local time through Thursday, March 8 at 10pm local time.

Childish Gambino’s last live music production, “PHAROS,” was a runaway success in 2016. The highly-acclaimed performances took place in Joshua Tree, California, where Gambino debuted songs from his third studio album “Awaken, My Love!” The performances were recorded and later accompanied the vinyl release of the album, along with a VR headset and an app that allowed owners to access the “PHAROS”
performances. The critically-acclaimed, certified gold album was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 2018 GRAMMY Awards, while “Redbone” won for Best Traditional R&B Performance and received nominations for Record of the Year and Best R&B Song.

“PHAROS” returns this year to New Zealand on November 23, 24 and 25. More information and tickets are available now through the Pharos Earth mobile app https://pharos.earth.

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CHILDISH GAMBINO WITH SPECIAL GUEST RAE SREMMURD TOUR DATES:
Thu Sep 06      Atlanta, GA                Infinite Energy Arena
Sat Sep 08       Chicago, IL                 United Center
Mon Sep 10     Toronto, ON               Air Canada Centre
Wed Sep 12     Boston, MA                 TD Garden
Fri Sep 14        New York, NY             Madison Square Garden
Tue Sep 18      Philadelphia, PA        Wells Fargo Center
Wed Sep 19     Washington DC          Capital One Arena
Sat Sep 22        Houston, TX                Toyota Center
Sun Sep 23      Dallas, TX                     American Airlines Center
Wed Sept 26    Los Angeles, CA          The Forum
Thu Sept 27     Oakland, CA                Oracle Arena
Sat Sept 29       Seattle, WA                  KeyArena
Sun Sep 30       Vancouver, BC            Rogers Arena