If Jay Z performing for free in Cleveland on Friday night (Nov. 4) wasn't a big enough draw for Ohioans and Midwestern road-trippers, he brought along Big Sean, Chance the Rapper, J. Cole -- oh, and his wife Beyoncé too.
Kid Rock arrived like a spritz of tonic in Donald Trump's apocalyptic convention speech cocktail, bringing closure to the GOP Convention in Cleveland on Thursday (July 21) night and a strong dose of patriotic countrified rock pride.
What do you get when you unite two socially-conscious British frontmen-turned-solo-artists known for bridging pop and world music? You get Peter Gabriel and Sting sharing a stage and top billing in a three-hour greatest hits tag team long on moody resiliency and arty grandeur.
In this exclusive interview with Machine Gun Kelly, the Cleveland hip-hop artist dishes on his surprise new 10-song mixtape, "F--- It," and the frustration with his label over the release date of his forthcoming second album, "General Admission."