Los Angeles, CA - Atlanta rapper Killer Mike aka Mike Bigga dropped by the FOX studios on Valentine's Day, complete with live band, to give his TV performance debut of "My Mercedes", a song from his upcoming April release, "PL3DGE" (Grind Time Official/Grand Hustle/Tree Leaf/SMC Recordings) for Fuel TV's "The Daily Habit." The rapper also performed his single "Ready, Set, Go" which features T.I. and is currently enjoying both an upward climb at radio and rotation on MTV channels. The production on "PL3DGE" is full of live instrumentation and this performance marked Mike's first chance to showcase his new sound to a national TV audience. The show will air on Monday, February 21st at 11:30PM E/P.
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Lil Wayne is set to appear on UStream live tonight at 10 p.m, EST, along with his Young Money signee Lil Twist. The duo are set to chop it up with their fans and thank them for their continued support.
Weezy has quite a busy scheduled ahead of him. As previously reported, Weezy will be headlining this year’s Bamboozle Music Festival from April 29 – May 1 at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The MC will also be hitting the stage for this year’s 10th annual Bonnarro Music and Arts festival, along with Eminem. This is all in addition to his “I Am Music II” spring tour, a 24-city trek across North America that kicks off Mar. 18 in Buffalo, N.Y. Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Travis Barker and Mixmaster Mike will join him as opening acts.
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