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Kanye will return this Saturday as the musical guest for Saturday Night Live‘s season finale. With his chain heavy and band-aid, here’s a few takes with host Ben Affleck.
Now that he's got his own degree program at USC, Dr. Dre is ready to get back to music. "I'm more inspired to go back into the studio now," Dr. Dre says in an interview with LA Weekly. "Beats is rolling, this [USC] thing is happening, and it's incredible. Now I'm ready to go back to my first love."
Dre says that the USC program, the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation that he and longtime business partner Iovine donated $70 million to create, will not impact his work on his much-delayed Detox album, though he's not working on that project in particular right now.
"I'm going back to the studio," Dre says. "Not for any specific reason, but just to record because I love to record music. I'm going back in and hopefully the next Kendrick Lamar or the next Eminem walks in the door and I can work with that artist. I'm going to record forever."
Young Money Titan’s Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne are just two of the acts scheduled to perform at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards when the annual awards show airs on May 19. With a strong emphasis on collaborations at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, the pair will appear onstage together for a performance of Nicki’s Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded—The Re-Up record “High School.”
Other collaborative performances set for the awards show include ones featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull as well as will.i.am and Justin Bieber.
The show will also see solo performances from the likes of Miguel who will perform his Kaleidoscope Dream single “Adorn.” Fellow crooners Bruno Mars and Chris Brown are expected to grace the stage for solo routines as well.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, who recently scored a spot on the list of nominees for the 2013 BET Awards, will make their Billboard Music Awards debut as they perform their chart-topping single, “Thrift Shop.”
The 2013 Billboard Music Awards will air live from Las Vegas on May 19 and will be hosted by actor/comedian Tracy Morgan.