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Solange, Julez, Alex Ferguson, Kelly Rowland, Tim Witherspoon, Usher, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, Cassie, P. Diddy, Kendrick Lamar, Whitney Alford, Janelle Monae, Carmelo Anthony, LaLa Anthony, Serena Williams & Jourdan Dunn in New York heading to Beyoncé’s 35th Soul Train themed Birthday Party 05/09

The music industry.

1985: Some of the biggest celebrities in the world get together to help others.

2015: Some of the biggest celebrities in the world get together to get more money.

2002 Playlist
  1. Jennifer Lopez - Ain’t It Funny [Murder Remix]
  2. Ashanti - Baby
  3. Lil Bow Wow - Basketball
  4. iMX - Beautiful
  5. City High - Caramel
  6. Mario - C'Mon
  7. Nelly/Kelly Rowland - Dilemma
  8. Christina Aguilera - Dirrty
  9. Murder Inc. - Down 4 U
  10. Ja Rule/Charli Balitmore - Down Ass Chick
  11. Ashanti - Foolish
  12. Brandy - Full Moon
  13. B2K - Gots To Be
  14. Cam'ron/Juelz Santana - Hey Ma
  15. Nelly - Hot In Here
  16. Alicia Keys - How Come You Don’t Call Me
  17. 3LW/Loon - I Do (Wanna Get Close To You)
  18. Diddy/Usher/Loon - I Need A Girl Pt. 1
  19. Jennifer Lopez - Jenny From The Block
  20. Mario - Just A Friend 2002
  21. Ludacris - Move Bitch
  22. Khia - My Neck, My Back
  23. Mary J. Blidge/Ja Rule - Rainy Dayz
  24. Big Tymers - Still Fly
  25. Lil Bow Wow - Take Ya Home
  26. Usher - U Don’t Have To Call
  27. B2K - Uh Huh
  28. Fat Joe/Ashanti - What’s Love
  29. B2K - Why I Love You
  30. Eminem - Without Me

My top 30 songs of 2002. Usually do 25 but I don’t know what happened. Songs are clickable. Enjoy!

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TOP 20 - 06/25/16
20) Alicia Keys - In Common [Debut]
19) Alesso f/ Nico & Vince - I Wanna Know [Debut]
18) Chris Brown - Grass Ain’t Greener (-1)
17) Ellie Goulding - Army (-1)
16) Justin Timberlake - Can’t Stop The Feeling (+2)
15) Sia f/ Sean Paul - Cheap Thrills (=)
14) P!nk - Just Like Fire (=)
13) Mike Posner - I Took A Pill in Ibiza (SeeB Remix) (-3)
12) Rihanna - Kiss It Better (-2)
11) Nick Jonas f/ Tove Lo - Close (+1)
10) The Chainsmokers f/ Daya - Don’t Let Me Down [Re-Entry]
9) Rihanna - Needed Me (-2)
8) Alessia Cara f/ G-Eazy - Wild Things (-2)
7) Drake f/ Rihanna - Too Good (-5)
6) Calvin Harris f/ Rihanna - This Is What You Came For (+2)
5) Selena Gomez - Kill ‘Em With Kindness (-1)
4) Fifth Harmony f/ Fetty Wap - All In My Head (Flex) (+1)
3) Drake f/ Wizkid, Kyla, Justin Bieber - One Dance (-1)
2) Ariana Grande - Into You (-1)
1) USHER - CRASH (+10)
Contenders:
Alan Walker - Faded
Flume f/ Kai - Never Be Like You
Nathan Sykes f/ G-Eazy -Give It Up

“This is a game changer.”

The TiDAL press conference just concluded, and for those who couldn’t make the livestream here are the highlights of the 20 minute presentation:

The new generation of TiDAL owners are all your favorite artists who are taking a larger stake in how their music is presented to the world. JAY Z, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, J. Cole, Madonna, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Daft Punk, Chris Martin, Usher, Calvin Harris, Arcade Fire, Jack White, and Jason Aldean are all investors in the new streaming platform. 

Each artist will deliver exclusive content to TiDAL, with it likely being the place singles and early album streams will drop. Hov and his business plan has essentially cut out the middle man, with each artist now in control of how their art is presented to and absorbed by the world.