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Lil Wayne unleashes 'Free Weezy Album' for Fourth of July weekend

Brian Anthony Hernandez
Lil Wayne just dropped FWA (Free Weezy Album), the project he's been teasing since February, on Jay Z's streaming service Tidal. Listen to it here. The 32-year-old rapper, who in June became one of the co-owners of Tidal, previously unleashed "Glory" from FWA last month, adding intense hype leading into Friday's release. See also: Rihanna seriously kidnapped 80 fans and took them on a 'BBHMM' road trip The album features guests spots from Wiz Khalifa, Jake Troth, HoodyBaby, Cory Gunz, CAPO, Junior Red, Bibi Bourelly, Euro and Young Jeezy. WHOA! Lil Wayne just released #FWA (Free Weezy Album) on Tidal. Give it a spin here: http://t.co/0yp81VtDLy pic.twitter.com/AB6h1Dlq6l — Brian A. Hernandez (@BAHjournalist) July 4, 2015 Read more... More about Music, Entertainment, Celebrities, Streaming Music, and Rap

How the world celebrated Social Media Day

Ryan Lytle
For the sixth annual time, Social Media Day was celebrated by thousands of people around the world on June 30. Mashable started Social Media Day in 2010 as a way to reflect and honor the growth of social media and the digital revolution. Now in 2015, this holiday encompasses hundreds of in-person events around the world, along with thousands of tweets, Instagram photos and Facebook posts commemorating #SMDay. See also: Happy Social Media Day 2015! Have a very happy Social Media Day, everyone! http://t.co/AcSkt357WZ http://t.co/q0V5bPCCKh #SMDay — Mashable SocialMedia (@mashsocialmedia) June 30, 2015 Read more... More about Events, Community, Social Media, Social Media Day, and Facebook

Watch the Summerfest music festival live stream: You can pick from 4 stages

Brian Anthony Hernandez
Summerfest, touted as " the world's largest music festival," continues Friday, and you don't need to be in Milwaukee to watch the barrage of bands and solo artists perform. Starting Friday at 8 p.m. CT and lasting until Sunday at midnight, you can watch the action on four stages (full schedules below), including sets from The Flaming Lips, Third Eye Blind, Kings of Leon, Vance Joy, Tonic, Walk The Moon, X Ambassadors and more. You can watch the nowLive stream here. Toggle through the channels to pick a stage. You can also view the performances via the nowLive website, iOS app or Android app. Read more...More about Music, Entertainment, Celebrities, Music Festivals, and Summerfest