Fergie is back!
And has so many amazing moments, we had to break it down GIF by GIF!
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It looks like this friendship is over!
The 8-minute song with Ryan Lewis contains a verse that calls out white artists with a history of ripping off black culture — and the Fancy hitmaker was one of them!
Azalea was called "fake and so plastic" in a series of lines that also dissed Miley Cyrus.
Macklemore raps on the track:
Macklemore isn't afraid to address the serious issues — and throw some shade!
The rapper — along with partner Ryan Lewis — has released a new track called White Privilege II, which discusses racism, cultural appropriation, and the Black Lives Matter movement, raising the question:
"Take all we want from black culture, but will we show up for black lives?"
In the eight-minute track, which serves as a sequel to White Privilege from his 2005 album The Language of My World, Mack also names white artists who have been called out for ripping off black culture — specifically Miley Cyrus and Iggy Azalea!
This is incredible!
On Tuesday night, Conan O'Brien announced that his late night show was given exclusive permission to announce the lineup for the MEGA music fest Bonnaroo.
Unfortunately, as the late night host noted, some of the lineup had leaked last week, but that didn't stop the carrot top comedian from going on with the show!
Conan took a moment to announce some of the bigger names that are heading to the fest as well as a super special, never before seen guest that might just make you crap when you get there!
Ch-ch-check out the video announcement as well as the full list of performers (below)!
It's about time!
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' last album, The Heist, came out over three years ago in 2012.
Since then, we've had some songs from the Seattle artists, but they've stayed fairly quite as we've been waiting for their next album.
Well the wait is FINALLY over as Macklemore took to Twitter to share an announcement video for the duo's upcoming album and announced the title– This Unruly Mess I've Made — as well as the release date: February 26!
The album, which was recorded in the Pacific Northwest, will include the previous singles Growing Up, Downtown, as well as Kevin!
Ch-ch-check out the announcement video (below) while we count down the days to the new album!
The dynamic duo will be giving 2015 a proper send-off on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, with a little help from some of today's hottest artists!
On Wednesday, Billboard decided to get us excited for the AH-mazing extravaganza by releasing the set list for the ABC broadcast!
The 43-year-old raved about the NYC lineup, saying:
"It's amazing. If you're a country fan, Times Square is the place to be."
And over on the west coast, Fergie will be hosting the festivities from the Billboard Hollywood Party!
The star-studded celebration will feature songs by One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer, Alessia Cara, Andy Grammer, DNCE, Elle King, Ellie Goulding, Fall Out Boy, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Nathan Sykes, Nick Jonas, OMI, Pentatonix, Rachel Platten, Tove Lo, and Walk the Moon.
And for some fun little bonuses, Jimmy Buffett will also be gracing us with a live performance from Brooklyn's Barclays Center, and Taylor Swift will premiere her new music video for Out of the Woods!
Between the 21 acts, we're going to see a whopping 38 performances! Dying to know exactly what you can expect from your favorite artists? Ch-ch-check out the set list (below)!
The duo gave an emotional performance on Sunday, taking the stage alongside Leon Bridges to move the audience with the raw lyrics of their new track Kevin!
The 26-year-old soul singer showed off his powerful pipes in the chorus, belting about self-medication. The Seattle native rapped about self-hatred and hitting an emotional low.
Ch-ch-check out the deep performance (above)!
And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list as it's announced HERE!
On Sunday, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performed a rockin' version of Downtown to a lot of cheers and applause from the audience.
Looking svelte and hip in leather jackets, the duo pulled off a well-choreographed dance routine signaling that Macklemore is BACK. We always knew Ben Haggerty would pull through those dark times!
Oh, and major props to Eric Nally — dude still managed to rock it out while he was suspended high above the stage!
Congrats on a great performance, you two!
And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!