Music News | WRHL Music News 2016-08-26T01:42:17Z Music News Kanye West to Appear at MTV Video Music Awards Meanwhile, Michael Phelps and the Final 5 gymnasts are set to present at Sunday's show. The Chainsmokers and Halsey Will Get "Closer" at MTV Video Music Awards The performance will join stage appearances from Britney Spears and G-Eazy, Ariana Grande with Nicki Minaj, Nick Jonas featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Future and Rihanna. Herb Alpert endows LA City College music education LOS ANGELES (AP) — Herb Alpert's foundation has given $10.1 million to endow music education at Los Angeles City College. Watch All of Britney Spears' MTV Video Music Awards Performances Her VMA appearances have included everything from a live tiger to a smooch with Madonna. Apple Music Festival returns to London in September Apple announced on Thursday that the Apple Music Festival will return to London's Roundhouse in September for a 10th anniversary music celebration. Ex-Cantina 1910 Chef Eyes Lease, Cook County Seeks Music Venues' Taxes, More Intel —It must be pure coincidence, but chef Diana Davila —who left Cantina 1910 in December— is back in the news days after her former restaurant permanently closed. Last year Reider launched his supper club, Pith from his Columbia University dorm room in New York. The Weeknd hints at new music with Daft Punk R&B sensation The Weeknd released a snippet of music on Wednesday after hinting at a collaboration with reclusive French electronic duo Daft Punk. The Canadian singer, who a year ago burst into the mainstream with his Grammy-nominated album "The Beauty Behind the Madness," uploaded what appeared to be new music onto Instagram without further visuals or commentary. The track is driven by The Weeknd's distinctively wide-ranging R&B-tinged voice but with a light electronic accompaniment. Elton John, Britney Spears join Apple Music Festival lineup LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elton John, Britney Spears, Alicia Keys and Calvin Harris are among the performers at this year's Apple Music Festival. Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left Behind Yesterday reports surfaced about Universal Music Group possibly banning streaming exclusives entirely, but a new report by BuzzFeed’s Reggie Ugwu has revealed a more nuanced approach. An anonymous source close to the label confirmed Universal Music Group’s stance against giving extended exclusives to individual streaming platforms, but also cautioned that it doesn’t amount to a “blanket ban” against such agreements entirely. Indeed, Universal Music Group may be forced to make some difficult decisions in the future, should artists who are not entirely under its purview — such as Taylor Swift, who’s signed to independent partner Big Machine Records, and Cash Money’s Drake — continue to make agreements with the likes of Apple Music and cut UMG out almost entirely. Reward your ears: 5 gadgets to liven up your music ATLANTA (AP) — Open your ears. What do you hear? WRHL 2016-08-26T06:42:17Z