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As a part of the BET experience, Future brought his Honest tour to L.A. last night and he even gave the crowd an added bonus – the Young Money experience. The “Move That Dope” hit-maker brought out Lil Wayne to help him out for his popular songs “Karate Chop” and “Love Me,” and the crowd definitely went wild. [Rap-Up]

Ariana Grande has been gearing up to drop her second album and things are finally coming along, as she just revealed that it officially has a title. The Yours Truly singer revealed to fans this week, via Ryan Seacrest’s show, that her next album is going to be called My Everything, and will drop on August 25th. [Just Jared]

After 20 years, Common and producer No I.D. are finally reuniting and it’s for the rapper’s next album – Nobody’s Smiling. Even more exciting is the fact that Common recently released the project’s tracklist! His next album has 13 tracks and has features from Big Sean, Jhené Aiko, Cocaine 80s, Elijah Blake, Vince Staples, and more. [Rap-Up]

It looks like Lana Del Rey is continuing her reign in the music world, as her new album Ultraviolence topped the Billboard 200 charts this week. Apparently the project has sold over 182,000 copies, and beat out the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Sam Smith, and Linkin Park. [Just Jared]

Lily Allen took a big risk this week and caused some controversy when she dedicated her fan-favorite song “F*ck You” to FIFA president Sepp Blatter while performing it at the Glastonbury Festival. The “Smile” singer told the crowd the President is the most “annoyingly corrupt person there is in the world.” [Gossip Cop]