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 singer’s response calls out the NFL for “profane, bawdy, lascivious, demeaning and/or unacceptable behavior” by everyone from the players to performers picked to perform the halftime show.
The belle of this year’s ball was undoubtedly Sunday night headliner R. Kelly, but the Friday night set from Bjork was just as memorable.
This year’s edition of Austin’s annual Fun Fun Fun Fest will pit pioneers like Slayer, Snoop Dogg and the Descendents alongside more recent musical trailblazers including M.I.A., Death Grips and MGMT.
[pullquote quote=”My work here is done. Good game, Perry Farrell.” credit=”@LollaLeaks”]The twitterverse is buzzing about the summer festival circuit. This morning, we had official confirmation about the lineup for Bonnaroo 2012. Now the same account […]