Bolstered by headlining slots from Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Arctic Monkeys, and The Killers, Firefly Music Festival’s recent lineup reveal for its seventh iteration inDelaware’s Woodlands elicited excitement from many music fans enamored with the diversity of the genres represented on the lineup.
And yet Firefly’s genre variation failed to impress a handful who decried a lack of gender variation.
Halsey proceeded to identify R&B vocalist, SZA, as an exception to her complaint. An outlier of the male dominated lineup, the “Love Galore” singer is scheduled to appear alongside other top billing acts including ODESZA, Lil Wayne, Logic, Martin Garrix, Alt-J, and more.
It’s 2018, do better!!!” Halsey advises festival organizers at the conclusion of her first Facebook post on the matter.
Not long after publishing the initial post, Halsey posted another status in response to fans’ urges for the singer to “go off.”
“Who am I supposed to ‘go off’ on?” Halsey questioned. “Festivals ASK artists to play…I’m just raising a point! So many dope women in music right now!”
Festival organizers have not yet responded to Halsey’s posts.
Soon after Firefly Music Festival announced their lineup with Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Artic Monkeys, The Killers, ODESZA, Lil Wayne, Martin Garrix and MGMT, Halsey was quick to respond to the lack of females present on this year’s lineup. Despite SZA getting booked, the festival heavily lacks on the amount of female artists billed for the
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This weekend, Saturday Night Live is returning for its first episode of the new year. Sam Rockwell, who just won a Golden Globe for his role in the divisive Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, is hosting, and Halsey will be the musical guest. And now, SNL has announced who’s going to follow them: the 1/20 … More »
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New York’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival will commemorate its eighth edition with a diverse lineup headed by Eminem, Jack White, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Travis Scott. The festival returns to its Randall’s Island stomping grounds June 1–3, characteristically representing a myriad of different musical genres, ranging from rock to reggae. The expansive 2018 lineup also enlists Third Eye Blind, Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Post Malone, Halsey, Khalid, Lil Uzi Vert, and more to perform at the three-day affair.
Plunging beyond mere variation, Governor’s Ball will additionally feature special performances from Diplo and Mark Ronson, the duo slated to debut their new joint project, Silk City, at the festival. The crowd assembled at Randall’s Island can also expect N.E.R.D. to make their return to the New York City performance circuit — the hip hop and rock hybrid band’s Gov Ball booking will be the group’s first performance in the Big Apple since 2010.
Three-day GA and VIP passes to the festival are currently available for purchase at a discounted “announce day” price. Tickets to Governor’s Ball will return to their regular price tiers at midnight on January 4. Those interested in attending Governor’s Ball’s eighth iteration can purchase the specially priced passes here.
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Can we talk about Eminem’s Revival tracklist for a minute? It is not a promising tracklist. “Foreboding” is a better word for it. Look at these features:
At this point One Direction have been broken up long enough that we’re beginning to see what each member of the once-dominant boy band is bringing to the table in his solo career. Zayn Malik fashioned himself as a mini-Weeknd of sorts, exploring 50 shades of sexy pop-R&B and coming away with some decent … More »
Acclaimed trio Autograf has dropped a slow burning remix of Halsey‘s hit, “Bad At Love.” The Chicago-based producers’ dreamy take on the piece features a playful melody contrasted by a deep, fluttering bass line. The artists’ place different layers of Halsey’s flawless vocals together effortlessly, creating a heavenly texture complimented by harp samples.
Autograf has garnered support for their cosmic style incorporating futuristic elements and alluring melodies. Their last original, “Sleepless In NYC” showcased a harmonic medley of bright synths, colorful vocals, and rumbling bass. With Autograf’s latest, the trio flaunts their production skill by creating an otherworldly remix, infused with stylistic aspects unique to their sound.