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    Chance the Rapper has enlisted Skrillex, Lil Wayne, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Tyler, the Creator and more for Magnificent Coloring Day, a new music festival planned for September 24th at Chicago's U.S...
  • On the Charts: Drake Notches 11th Week at Number One
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