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Apple drops first trailer for upcoming Bad Boy documentary


Nas makes an appearance in Diddy's documentary.
Nas makes an appearance in Diddy's documentary.
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The first trailer for Apple’s new documentary Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story has finally landed, giving a glimpse into the film that chronicles the rise of Sean “Diddy” Combs and his record label, Bad Boy Entertainment.

Can’t Stop Won’t Stop explores the history of Bad Boy via a series of in-depth interviews with icons such as Nas, Mary J Blige, Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Faith Evans and even Apple’s own Jimmy Iovine.

Check it out:

Mary J. Blige interviews Hillary Clinton exclusively for Apple Music


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Tim Cook has been outspoken in his support of Hillary.
Photo: Apple

Shortly after last night’s presidential debate, Apple Music published a teaser for an Apple Music exclusive conversation between Hillary Clinton and Mary J. Blige.

The interview promises to get up close and personal with Clinton, and to address some hard-hitting subjects like police brutality. And it’s available exclusively to Apple Music subscribers.

Apple focuses on Apple Music playlists for its exclusive Emmys ad


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Apple Music's latest ad brings out the celebs.
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Apple debuted a new star-studded ad for Apple Music during last night’s 2015 Emmy Awards, featuring singer Mary J. Blige, Scandal actress Kerry Washington, and Hustle & Flow actress Taraji P. Henson.

The ad focuses on the curated playlists of Apple Music, which is a feature Apple has been focusing on to differentiate itself from rival music services.

You can check it out below:

From rap to riches: Mary J. Blige & Tony Bennett will play iTunes Festival London



Apple has updated its lineup for next month’s iTunes Festival London, adding several new names including Tony Bennett and Mary J. Blige, demonstrating just how wide-ranging the festival is in terms of its music.

The festival kicks off in September, taking place at the Roundhouse in London. As always, tickets are 100 percent free, although attendees will need to win competitions (organized by Apple and local partners) in order to get hold of them.

The current festival lineup can be seen below: