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The Amazon Music Boycott Is Growing

On Tuesday, November 26, JPEGMAFIA became the latest musician to withdraw from the lineup of Intersect, a new Las Vegas music festival funded and presented…
Tosten Burks / November 26, 2019

Idaho Music Festival Canceled Over Fear of ICE Raids

A music festival in southern Idaho has been canceled because organizers say they feared potential raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. The…
Associated Press / July 19, 2019

21 Savage Gives First Interview Since Being Released From ICE Custody

21 Savage sat down for his first interview since being released on bond after a 9-day stint in ICE custody. The rapper was interviewed about his arrest, his…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 15, 2019

21 Savage’s Lawyer Says Client “Never Hid His Immigration Status From the U.S. Government”

21 Savage's attorney Charles H. Kuck has released a statement, telling The Blast that he's fighting to get his client released on bond because he's neither "a…
Maggie Serota / February 4, 2019

21 Savage Reportedly Detained in an Operation Targeting His Cousin Young Nudy

21 Savage was arrested by ICE after the Atlanta Police Department targeted his cousin, Atlanta rapper Young Nudy (born Quantavious Thomas), CBS News reports. Young…
Maggie Serota / February 4, 2019

21 Savage Arrested By ICE, Which Claims He’s Actually From the UK

21 Savage (born She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph) has been arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, as WSB-TV and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution report. In a statement,…
Rob Arcand / February 3, 2019

How ICE Gets the Music for Its Super Bowl Propaganda

With a pair of press conferences and a one-minute video posted on YouTube this week, U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, aka ICE, kicked off its…
Tosten Burks / February 3, 2019

Here Is a Nice Email From Chamillionaire

One of the more heartbreaking casualties of President Trump's hardline anti-immigration initiatives is Jorge Garcia, a 39-year-old father from Detroit who was separated from his…
Maggie Serota / January 18, 2018