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Dj Envy & Dj Moeskieno Aquarius vs Pices Feb 23rd 

February 23rd Aquarius vs Pices 🤩🤩🤩 

at integrity lounge 

224 Broadway Paterson Nj 

Doors open at 9pm 

Ladies free until 11pm 

Free Parking 

Music by Djmoeskieno & Dj Envy 

Drink Specials all night 

Dress code: Casual but neat 

For all birthdays, 

VIP sections & bottles dm @lucky_lefty_77 

Big birthday shout to @lucky_lefty_77 & Tony Unique Pierce 

New! Album Stream: Czarface & Ghostface Killah ‘Czarface Meets Ghostface’ 

After joining forces with MF DOOM on last year’s Czarface Meets Metal Face, Czarface — the supergroup consisting of Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric — forge an alliance with another legendary MC, Ghostface Killah, on their latest album, Czarface Meets Ghostface Killah. It’s a collaboration of comic book proportions as Rebel INS, Tony Starks and Esoteric sharpen their lyrical swords over 7L’s face-melting boom bap beats.

Meek Mill Performs at 2019 NBA All-Star Game 

The 68th annual NBA All-Star Game took place on Sunday night (Feb. 17), live from the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Right before tip-off between Team LeBron vs. Team Giannis, the star-studded teams were introduced with an explosive opening lead by Meek Mill. Backed by dancers, the MMG rapper kicked things off with a medley of “Championships (Intro),” “Going Bad,” “Uptown Vibes,” and his classic “Dreams & Nightmares (Intro).”

J. Cole Performs at 2019 NBA All-Star Halftime Show 

It was the perfect homecoming for J. Cole on Sunday night (Feb. 17), headlining the 68th annual NBA All-Star Game halftime show. Cole World, who grew up just three hours away in Fayetteville, North Carolina, took to the stage at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, delivering an incredible show. Wearing a throwback Charlotte Hornets Starter jacket, J. Cole opened his set with a performance of his new single “Middle Child” for the first-time live. The Dreamville star switched things up to is 21 Savage collaboration “a lot,” shouting out the Atlanta rapper, who is dealing with legal issues after being detained by ICE earlier this month. 

Backed by singers and a full band, J. Cole moved from the crowd of screaming fans to the main stage where he closed his set with the songs “ATM, “Love Yourz” and “No Role Modelz.” Watch J. Cole’s full halftime show performance at the 2019 NBA All-Star Game below.

21 Savage Opens Up About ICE, the Grammys, the Memes & More with ‘The New York Times’ 

In addition to appearing on Good Morning America, 21 Savage sat down with The New York Times shortly after his release on bond from ICE custody. In a much more candid and reflective conversation than the one he had on TV, 21 speaks with Jon Caramanica about moving from London to Atlanta as a kid, growing up in the U.S. without a VISA, and the nightmare of facing deportation from the country he’s called home for the last 20 years. 

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New! Ciara “Greatest Love” 

Life is great for Ciara. The R&B songstress and glowing mother of two dedicates her new single to the love of her life, Russell Wilson. “Greatest Love” is a sexy, hard-hitting record where CiCi sings the praises of her superstar husband. The dedication comes right in time for Valentine’s Day, as the Atlanta star shows of her incredible figure, style and dance moves in the record’s accompanying music video. “Greatest Love” follows “Dose” and “Level Up,” released last year.