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Nu South Playaz Booking Schedule

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Fri Nov 17 2017 Starkville MS. MISS STATE private
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Thur Dec 7 2017 Atlanta Ga. Party Private
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Sat Dec 9 2017 Hartsville SC. Wedding Private
Sat Dec 16 2017 Augusta Ga. Wedding Private
Sun Dec 31 2017 Charleston SC. Party Public
Sat Jan 13 2018 Richmond VA. Club Public
Sat Feb 3 2018 Birmingham AL. Wedding Private
Sat Mar 10 2018 Macon Ga. Wedding Private
Sat Mar 24 2018 Opelika AL. Wedding Private
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Sat Nov 3 2018 Perry GA. Wedding Private

Maci And Chelsea Bond Over Their Shared Teen Mom Experiences

Teen moms Chelsea and Maci understand what it’s like to co-parent with someone who is battling addiction, and they’ve both documented their hardships regarding this issue on their respective series. Now, during Part 2 of the reunion special, the ladies sat down with Dr. Drew (who is a professional in this area) to reflect on their experiences.

“It’s scary because I don’t want to rock the boat with his parents, because there is a good relationship there,” Chelsea explained of her ex Adam. “And it’s scary knowing that [Aubree] is going to see this someday probably.”

Meanwhile, Maci shares the same fear as Chelsea.

“Bentley is in third grade, so I worry that other kids will see it and say something about it,” the mother of three admitted. “I just always say to myself that I will raise him to understand that he’s strong enough to deal with that.”

Why do the two feel it’s important to tell their stories? Watch them elaborate in the video above, and don’t miss Maci and her journey on the upcoming Teen Mom OG season, premiering this Monday at 9/8c. And if you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, head to for ways to get help.

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Morning Bop: Steve Lacy’s Groove Will Make Your Body Move

Welcome to Morning Bop: each AM, we’ll be providing you with a blast of the latest music news headlines along with the perfect song you need to start your day. Tuesday’s #MorningBop is “Ryd” by Steve Lacy to make your commute groovy AF (go on and vibe out on the magic school bus).

While you crank that up, here are eight trending news stories to keep tabs on today:

  1. Come thru, queen! Get to know Zuri in this interview with i-D.

  2. How do we go about joining this musical family?

  3. Sufjan Stevens’ The Greatest Gift—Outtakes, Remixes, Demos from Carrie Lowell is streaming now on NPR’s First Listen.

  4. This duet is the key to finding your happy place.

  5. Cop the entire DEATHWORLD collection here.

  6. Honestly, why even bother with monthly issues if Rihanna isn’t going to be on your cover? Everyone else should just retire!

  7. It’s titled Beerbongs and Bentleys

  8. All proceeds from the merchandise will go toward Lil Peep’s mother, Liza Womack and the MusiCares foundation.

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P!nk Goes All Fifty Shades Of Grey On Channing Tatum In New Video

Magic Mike heartthrob Channing Tatum has finally met his match: P!nk, the daredevil singer who recently performed “Beautiful Trauma” while dangling off a skyscraper. In the single’s new music video, P!nk and Tatum team up to take down gender roles.

At first, “Beautiful Trauma” — cowritten by Jack Antonoff — focuses on P!nk and Tatum’s not-so-picture-perfect relationship. She plays his domestic wife; he plays her stoic husband waiting for dinner. Then she catches him secretly trying on her dress, and nothing is ever the same again.

Just as “Beautiful Trauma” destroys stereotypes, P!nk shared a similar message of acceptance at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards last August. When she accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, one of the night’s most prestigious honors, she told the audience a beautiful story about her daughter. Willow, 6, was worried she “[looked] like a boy with long hair.”

P!nk’s full response deserves a standing ovation, but here’s a particularly badass highlight.

I said, ‘Do you see me growing my hair?’ She said, ‘No mama.’ I said, ‘Do you see me changing my body?’ ‘No mama.’ ‘Do you see me changing the way I present myself to the world?’ ‘No mama.’ ‘Do you see me selling out arenas all over the world?’ ‘Yes mama.’ … We take the gravel and the shell and we make a pearl, and we help other people to change so that they can see more kinds of beauty.

Moments later, MTV News correspodent Gaby Wilson caught up with P!nk backstage to find out what Willow thought of her mom’s empowering speech.

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Beanie Feldstein Is The BFF We All Deserve

If you haven’t already seen Lady Bird, what are you waiting for? The Greta Gerwig-directed film is a beautiful story about a free-spirited teen coming-of-age during her senior year of high school. Beanie Feldstein plays the protagonist’s sweet BFF and there’s no way to avoid falling in love with her. If you’re a hardcore thespian, you already know that Beanie has been breaking out in the world of Broadway, too. The 24-year-old currently stars in Hello, Dolly! on Broadway alongside THE Bette Middler. Fun fact: her big brother is comedic superstar Jonah Hill!

Beanie also revealed the origins of her unique name and dished on becoming friends with Ben Platt, having women like Mindy Kaling as a fan, and how the high school version of her relates to her character in Lady Bird. Beanie also let us scroll through her Instagram feed in a round of Life In Pictures, where we learned that Adam Levine and Jack Antonoff are both family friends of hers!

Later on, we reunited Beanie with Noah Galvin and the longtime pals told us about the origins of their friendship before playing One Is Done. TRL airs on weekdays at 4:00pm ET!

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Gabbie Hanna Is The Best Love Doctor You’ll Ever Have

It’s been a minute since Gabbie Hanna graced the TRL studio with her presence, so my fave hosts were beyond thankful when our brand new love doctor came through. While she was out of town, Gabbie went to the Backstreet Boys concert with Liza Koshy, leaving me EXTREMELY jealous at these two having the best time ever. Gabbie also announced that she’s gearing up for the release of her next single called “Satellite” and even gave us a LIVE PREVIEW. Can’t wait until it drops!

Since Gabbie is really great at giving people advice she decided to lend her services to some fans in need. One by one, the guests made their way into Gabbie’s in-studio office to spill the beans about their dating and relationship woes. DC Young Fly was the last patient to step in for some much-needed advice about how to make up for missing his girlfriend’s birthday—no surprise that Gabbie came up with the perfect solution to solve his problem!

Tune into TRL on weekdays at 4:00pm ET!

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Did Teen Mom 2‘s Leah And Jeremy Get Back Together?

Leah may have gone on her first post-divorce date during this Teen Mom 2 season. But are those courting days over — and has the mother of three reunited romantically with ex Jeremy?

During tonight’s reunion special, Adalynn’s parents spoke with host Dr. Drew. When the young dad — who was remote and talking to Leah and Dr. drew via video chat — stated that he was no longer with his on-again off-again girlfriend Brooke, the addiction specialist couldn’t help but ask if he and Leah (who seemed chummier than usual) had rekindled their relationship (relive it below).

First they denied it, but after Dr. Drew continued to press Leah and Jeremy didn’t quite kiss and tell. A smirking Leah slightly nodded her head no, while Jeremy didn’t utter a word.

“We just get along,” Leah finally stated (after a bit of a silence), with a grin.

“This is f**king awkward,” Jeremy added.

“I think it makes for great intrigue,” Dr. Drew told the duo. “People can draw their own conclusions.”

So we don’t exactly have a yay/nay when it comes to their status. But what do you think? Are Leah and Jeremy back together — or are they platonic? Take our poll below and share your thoughts in the comments!

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Ansel Elgort Reacting To BTS Performing At The AMAs Is Literally Me

BTS *finally* made their officially U.S. television debut last night, performing “DNA” live at the American Music Awards. The boy band officially became the first K-pop group to perform at the event—a very BIG deal—which means that the night was naturally all about them as the BTS Army practically invaded Los Angeles. The BEST part is that during an interview on the red carpet, Ansel Elgort revealed that he was a member of said BTS fandom:

When it was finally time for BTS to hit the stage, the entire audience was up on their feet and chanting. Ansel, as I would have, looked liked he was having the time of his life during the performance:

It didn’t take long for this adorable moment to turn into a meme on Twitter because Ansel is the living embodiment of a proud mom watching her children thrive.

Ansel initially become a fan of BTS after he met the guys at the Billboard Music Awards in May. A few months later, he ran into the group again while visiting South Korea to promote Baby Driver. Apparently, they’ve all been friends ever since! Ansel obvi captured the night on his Instagram Story:

Like a true fan, Ansel used the AMAs as a meet-and-greet opportunity with his new faves, and just bless his heart and this photo.

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Watch K-Pop Superstars BTS Tear Up The Stage At The AMAs

On Sunday night (November 19), the American Music Awards took over the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, and as usual, the awards show left plenty to talk about. Selena Gomez, rocking a new look, returned to the stage for the first time since her kidney transplant, and P!nk‘s latest array of dizzying acrobatics took things to new heights (literally) by pulling a Spider-Man on the side of a downtown hotel.

But perhaps no performance was as talked-about even before the show began as that of BTS, the South Korean boy-band K-pop superstars who made their choreography-heavy U.S. television debut on the AMAs stage.

“To be honest, I’m a little bit nervous to announce this next performance,” The Chainsmokers‘ Drew Taggart said before his musical partner, Alex Pall, introduced the group. (Taggart has a writing credit on “Best of Me,” a track from BTS’ recent Love Yourself: Her release.)

Before taking the stage, BTS told Billboard on the red carpet that the fact of their performance was a “miracle.” “All we dreamed was performing in front of, like, 10,000 people. That was our final dream,” member Kim Nam-joon said. “Tonight, we’re gonna perform in front of millions of people by television. So, it’s a miracle.”

The group’s fanbase has steadily ballooned globally, and the AMAs stage was the perfect place to debut BTS to folks who’ve never even heard of them before. Of course, it was also a dream come true for their fans in the States — just watch the video above for the full impact.

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Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley On Making Fun Of The Strokes For ‘Still Waiting’

Do you remember way back in the fall of 2002 when Sum 41 officially changed their name to The Sums? No? Well, true, that never actually happened. But after the band released its “Still Waiting” music video, some fans really thought it did.

“Yeah, people believed that for a while,” singer and songwriter Deryck Whibley told MTV News recently. It would have made some sense. After elevating their visibility in 2001 and 2002 via director Marc Klasfeld’s youthful, punkish, and energetic music videos, Sum 41 — a Beastie Boys-meets-Blink-182 pop/punk/metal hybrid — found themselves competing with the latest fashionable trend in rock music: the “The” bands. You know, The Strokes, The White Stripes, The Hives, The Vines, et al, dominating magazine covers as the faces of the hip, so-called garage-rock revival.

That’s why it made sense to rebrand themselves. The parodic “Still Waiting” video, also directed by Klasfeld, opened with Sum 41 being called into the Island Records office to discuss a new direction. “The number-band thing is out,” a manic executive (played by comic actor Will Sasso) tells the group before re-christening them The Sums. And the name change is just the beginning.

“You guys smoke?” Sasso asks, then throws an unopened pack of cigarettes at drummer Steve Jocz. “Yeah, you do now. Smoke ’em up, Johnny.” They get new, Euro-centric, art-school names; instead of Steve, Deryck, Dave, and Jason (a.k.a. “Cone”), The Sums now consist of Sergio, Sven, Holmes, and Thurston. Perhaps most staggering of all, The Sums now perform in a uniform of skinny ties, backlit by gigantic, lit-up letters spelling out their new moniker.

“It was so hard not to laugh the whole time,” Whibley said about playing the straight man. “Every single take, [Sasso] was doing something different, and it was funny, and we’re not used to being on camera and not allowed to laugh.”

“At the end of the day, the thought that went into our videos was, we wanted to have a little element of humor but also an element of performance,” Whibley said. “I’m not a very funny guy, so the humor was usually either making fun of something or other people being funny in the video.”

In this case, Klasfeld teamed back up with the band to lampoon The Strokes, the emblems of rock music’s then-recent shift from playful and suburban to cosmopolitan and sophisticated. “I went to all of those videos that were happening at that moment and sort of picked and chose and satirized things that they did,” Klasfeld told MTV News. In this case, the specific look of The Strokes and the idiosyncrasies of their “Last Nite” and “Hard to Explain” videos.

“Still Waiting” is the kind of clip that, had it dropped in 2017, would be dissected across the internet for its sly references and jabs — a falling drum kit piece, a quick subliminal shot, specific lighting, and more. But Whibley insisted there was no adversarial relationship between Sum 41 and The Strokes. In fact, one night at an English hotel before the video came out, Whibley stayed up all night partying with Strokes singer Julian Casablancas, who he’d befriended due to their bands being in concurrent press cycles, and ran the idea by him just to make sure.

“Everyone else had kinda disappeared, and it’s now like 9 in the morning, so it’s one of those kinda parties,” Whibley said. “Julian and I [were] in the lobby drinking, and I just told him, ‘We got this idea for this video. What do you think? Do we have your blessing or do you hate it?’ And he was dying laughing. He goes, ‘Please do it! You have to do it.’ So we said, alright, cool, we have his blessing.”

“The way we looked at it was how quickly genres can come and go, and you can be the It band of a genre, and all of a sudden, a year later, it’s a whole new thing,” Whibley said. “That’s why the intro was so important to us because it set up that we’re making fun of ourselves. We’re irrelevant now because of all these new bands that are the new cool thing.”

Neither Whibley nor Klasfeld could remember precisely where the concept for “Still Waiting” originated, though at that time, the band’s team (including Klasfeld and Island Records AR guy Lewis Largent) brainstormed ideas regularly. One of those ideas, written as a treatment by Klasfeld, became the pop-culture-action-figures-come-alive video for “The Hell Song” video, which continues the gentle prodding at TRL celebrity culture. It’s also, of course, a performance video.

“The reason that video worked is that video budgets were so big at that point and so outrageous that it’s like, wait a second, let’s go in the completely opposite direction and do something that’s handmade,” Klasfeld said.

Conduct any unofficial Sum 41 poll and you’re likely to collect near-unanimous results that “Fat Lip” is the quintessential Sum 41 song and video. But the legacy of “Still Waiting” shines through in some of the band’s most recent videos, including the web culture-satirizing “Fake My Own Death” from 2016 — directed by Klasfeld. Parody never goes out of style.

“It’s almost identical to the ‘Still Waiting’ video,” Whibley said. “We’re just making fun of whatever’s current right now just the same way we were. … Now that I think about, probably one of the coolest things about those old videos and [‘Still Waiting’] in particular because it’s about something at that time [is that] people still come up to me and say that they like the video now. It still translates.”

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Chance The Rapper Misses Barack Obama So Much He Crooned Him An R&B Ode On SNL

Chance The Rapper wasn’t the musical guest on Saturday Night Live this week, but his most memorable sketch definitely played on his singing strengths in between punchlines.

As a part of his hosting duties, he opened the show with an attempt at writing a Thanksgiving classic as memorable as Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” It was his take on a ’90s RB trio a la Boyz II Men/K-Ci JoJo with Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd that left way more of a lasting impression, though — especially because the longing tune they performed was so damn relatable.

What starts as a typical, white satin-clad ballad turns into a timely as hell plea for Barack Obama to stop whatever he’s doing and, well, come back to us, because “even though it’s not allowed, we want you back somehow.”

Is this the idea Chance worked out with Donald Glover before heading to SNL rehearsals? Wouldn’t be surprised if that turned out to be the case given how silly it was, but either way, “Come Back Barack” is the commiserating anthem you never knew you wanted (or needed, frankly).

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