There's been a lot to discuss, debate and analyze in the lead-up to the massive Packers-Niners clash on Sunday. But what about the most important question: Who's got the better famous fans?
From Lil Wayne performing his years of hits to Tenacious D making fans laugh with some of their best and funniest tracks, Lollapalooza had something for everyone on Saturday. Here are our five favorite moments from Day 3 of Lollapalooza 2019.
There's only one act big enough to close out Summerfest - and that's three acts Sunday night, with ScHoolboy Q, Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne sharing the stage together for the only time this year, giving the Big Gig a one-of-a-kind curtain closer.
Big Gig fans eager to see what rap act would take Summerfest's biggest stage in 2019 need not wait any longer, as the world's largest music festival announced Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and ScHoolboy Q will take the stage on Sunday, July 7.
Giannis Antetokounmpo has really, truly, fully and finally arrived on the scene, getting name-dropped in a new song on Lil Wayne's upcoming Dedicated 6 Reloaded mixtape. Game recognize game. Check out the Greek Freak-loving lyric and the song here.
According to a report from TMZ, rapper Lil Wayne's private jet from Milwaukee to California had to make an emergency landing today in Omaha, Neb., after the rapper suffered a seizure mid-flight.
Rapper Lil Wayne insults Black history.
Though "Free Wired" has only been able to move around 150,000 units, newcomers Far East Movement have had the opportunity to work the record on the road with a consistent tour schedule. On their latest tour, they join platinum and gold artists Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Keri Hilson for a tour hitting many major markets, including Milwaukee this Tuesday at the Marcus Amphitheater.
On Aug. 9, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Keri Hilson, Far East Movement and Lloyd invade The Marcus Amphitheater as a part of the "I Am Still Music" tour.
The Midwest is a region filled with a brood of thematically dark, emotional and creative artists and musicians. A man who exudes the stereotypical blue collar work ethic the Midwest is known for, Tech N9ne - born Aaron Dontez Yates - tours the country tirelessly to help support his music and his passion.
If you didn't have the silly glasses, the 3-D bit at Sunday's Grammy Awards was enough to make you change the channel ... Amy Poehler's Thursday night sitcom will be back next year ... This year's "banned" Super Bowl commercial.
Long after I began to ignore the Grammys, which usually eschews quality music in favor commercial success, I awoke this morning to hear that Alison Krauss and Robert Plant swept the place clean last night.