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Miguel

Miguel has released five tracks on iTunes in advance of his new album Wildheart, due out in two weeks. Three new songs, “…goingtohell,” “FLESH,” and “face the sun” (featuring Lenny Kravitz) arrived early, along with "Hollywood Dreams" and the previously released "NWA."  The singer also announced a summer tour of North America, which begins in Austin on July 24 and wraps up September 4 in Los Angeles. If that wasn't enough, Miguel also unveiled the video for his new track "Coffee," which can be seen here.

Miguel tour dates:
July 24 — Austin
July 25 — Dallas
July 26 — Houston
July 28 — New Orleans
July 29 — Atlanta
July 31 — Philadelphia
August 1 — New Haven, CT
August 2 — New York City
August 4 — Boston
August 5 — Sayreville, NJ
August 7 — Westbury, NY
August 8 — Atlantic City
August 9 — Portland, ME
August 11 — Toronto
August 12 — Royal Oak, MI
August 14 — Chicago
August 15 — Minneapolis
August 16 — Kansas City
August 18 — Denver
August 19 — Salt Lake City
August 21 — Portland, OR
August 22 — Vancouver
August 23 — Seattle
August 25 — Oakland
August 26 — Ventura, CA
September 1 — San Diego
September 2 — San Pedro, CA
September 4 — Los Angeles

Lil Wayne told concertgoers in Anaheim last night that his long awaited Free Weezy album will be arriving on the Fourth of July. Last weekend, he told his fans that he had "signed with Jay Z," though no details have been officially released about either of these announcements.

David Guetta has become only the third musician in history to reach two billion streams on Spotify, following Eminem and Ed Sheeran in hitting that milestone. "I want to thank you so much for helping me reach this incredible milestone, 2 billion streams on Spotify! Wow, mind blowing!" Guetta said in a statement to fans. His latest album, Listen, already boasts four chart hits, while his most recent single, "Hey Mama" feat. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha and Afrojack, has had 95 million global streams and is currently #6 on the Global Spotify charts. As a thank you to his fans on the platform, Guetta has released a brand new and exclusive remix of "Hey Mama" by Dutch DJ/producer Boaz Van De Beats.

Cee Lo Green has been laying low for almost a year, following a series of controversial tweets about rape. However, Atlantic CEO/co-Chairman Craig Kallman tells Billboard that a new album, titled Heart Blanche, is expected out during the fourth quarter of 2015. Kallman said, "We've got a big, big list of songs that we've been going through, and we're kind of mixing the final songs now. We're going to be imminently figuring out his marketing plan and single release schedule, and we're looking at the fourth quarter."

The Beastie Boys have won another court victory over Monster Energy. Last year, the now-defunct Rap group won a $1.7 million jury verdict after the energy drink company used their music without permission in a video. Now a U.S. District Judge has ordered Monster Energy to pay the B-Boys' court costs for that trial as well. According to reports, Monster must pay $668.000 of the legal fees incurred by the legal battle.

Breakout international artist OMI has announced a handful of U.S. tour dates in support of his global hit, "Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn remix)." The dates, which will mark OMI's first performances in the U.S., kick off on July 15 in New York.

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Brian Mack, PD
WXXL/Orlando

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