It was time for some “Crash Talk” at the Jackpot stage when L.A. rapper Schoolboy Q dropped by to perform cuts from his latest record.
Despite generally favorable reviews and the return of star Linda Hamilton and producer James Cameron, “Terminator: Dark Fate” has opened well below expectations at the box office.
Popeyes brought back its Internet-breaking chicken sandwich on Sunday and this time, the stores were prepared.
Guns N’ Roses’ show was a night when “November Rain” supplanted Celine Dion’s signature shower effect.
The leather jacket sold for $243,200 and the pants, which Newton-John famously had to be sewn into, went for $162,500.
His catch phrase to his audience: “Above all, lots and lots of love.”
Day N Vegas got “Bad and Boujee” when this rap trio hit the Jackpot stage.
Atlanta rapper 21 Savage unleashed a “Monster” at the Jackpot stage, culled from his chart-topping latest album “I Am > I Was.”