Political rapper M.I.A. has long been a vocal opponent of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, but she’s no fan of the country’s new leader.
The song, “Gold”, fits the mix’s title perfectly -fun, warm, current- and would only be better served if there were an Olympics for which it could be the theme song.
Yesterday (May 13), M.I.A. dropped a remix of the track off Beyoncé’s 2013 self-titled album, which she teased last week, with a cheeky tweet that read, “Beyonce camp has not replied for months, SO HERE”
After her appearance at Ultra Music Festival this Friday, the tour will kick off in Pennsylvania on April 25 and run through July.
This year’s Sasquatch! Music Festival, like Coachella before it, is offering double the fun by expanding to two weekends. But unlike that Indio, California fest, each weekend of Sasquatch! will have entirely different lineups.
M.I.A. has returned with a new explanation for the middle finger, claiming that not only was it not meant to be offensive, but actually a religious gesture known as the Matangi mudra.
“Versace designs have always been bootlegged, now it’s Versace bootlegging the bootleg for the bootleggers to bootleg the bootleg,” M.I.A said in a statement. “This is to keep that cycle going.”
Jay-Z is teasing fans with a taste of what’s to come at his second annual Made in America festival that is scheduled to take over Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway this summer. The rapper posted a video […]
Omarion has announced the in-store date for his Care Package EP with the release of his new video for “M.I.A.,” a song from the Maybach Music Group’s compilation ‘Self Made Vol. 2.’
According to Rap-Up.com, Roc Nation announced earlier today through their website that the Sri Lankan singer had joined its management team. Fellow Roc Nation management signee Rihanna congratulated M.I.A. on Twitter today, saying “welcome home.”