Y’all wanna hear something crazy? I’ve been writing this weekly pop column for five whole years now. It seems like just yesterday that I published the inaugural installment explaining why The Week In Pop would be a good addition to the Stereogum portfolio. As we approach the precipice of 2019, I’m fairly certain … More »
Shaquille O’Neal brings the party with him wherever he goes. Whether he’s joshing around with Charles Barkley on television or DJing at the world’s top festivals, if Shaq is around, it’s bound to be a good time. The future NBA Hall of Famer’s latest venture, Shaq’s Fun House, finds him in Atlanta, Georgia for Super Bowl Weekend 2019, bringing a star-studded lineup of support to local venue, The Battery.
My next act: Shaq’s Fun House Big Game Weekend, presented by @JBLaudio. Part Festival, Part Carnival, Part Circus, The Fun House is about to win another party championship! Featuring @Diplo, @Migos, @Tiesto, @LilJon, @TPAIN, @Cirque, & so much more FUN. https://t.co/wn7STkFOvr pic.twitter.com/SGGc0KllRC
— SHAQ (@SHAQ) December 11, 2018
Shaq’s Fun House — described as “part music festival, part carnival, part circus” — will take place on Friday February 1, adding to the Super Bowl festivities happening in Atlanta around the big game that weekend. Diplo, Tiësto, Migos, Lil Jon and more will join the Big Diesel in a larger-than-life one-night throw down and tickets are available now through Tixr — one of the fastest-growing ticket platforms in the country at the moment.
In the past few months, we have seen the releases of solo albums from Migos members Quavo and Takeoff. And so you will probably not be surprised to learn that Offset, the remaining Migo, also has a solo album that’s set to come out before 2018 is out. Maybe it’s the … More »
It’s Wednesday morning, and I think we’re all ready for some real deep clammy awkwardness. In the past month, two of the three members of Atlanta rap trio Migos have released solo albums, and those guys are playing the game very hard right now. So they have willingly gone ahead and … More »
Quavo isn’t wasting any time. After dropping his ill-conceived solo debut, QUAVO HUNCHO, last week, the rapper is back, recording music for LeBron James. His new song debuted last night on ESPN for the Los Angeles Lakers’ first home game with James. The lyrics start out, “King of LA, king of … More »
There’s this phrase in pro-wrestling terminology: Killing the town. Back before the ’80s WWF takeover, pro wrestling was a regional phenomenon: All of North America divided up into these discrete fiefdoms over which a single promoter would reign. Those promoters would then tour their wrestling rosters around their own corners of the map, running shows … More »