Last week, VH1 debuted the first episode of This Is Hot 97 at a screening party in New York City’s Gotham Comedy Club. Tonight, the public gets to view it firsthand at 10:30 p.m. EST.

Today, March 26, The LOX, French Montana, Action Bronson and Bodega Bamz perform live at the Best Buy Theater at at 7:30 P.M. EST. But that’s not all, because the show will be streamed live via the Internets.

It’s Labor Day weekend, and that means Jay Z and Budweiser’s second annual Made In America Festival has infiltrated Philadelphia’s Ben Franklin Parkway.

Today, August 28, is the 50th anniversary of the March On Washington. Watch President Obama, former President Bill Clinton and other dignitaries and celebrities spear at the Lincoln Memorial, the same place where Martin Luther King, Jr. made his famed “I Have A Dream” speech.

George Zimmerman‘s defense attorney, Mark O’Mara, is currently delivering his closing arguments.

The legendary Wu-Tang Clan is performing live in Budapest, right now. The world renowned rap group from the slums of Shaolin are holding down the stage at the Balaton Sound Festival.

Power 106’s Power House 2013 concert goes down tonight at 7:30 pm PT and we got the live stream for you right here. The headliners are Big Sean, Chris Brown, A$AP Rocky, Tyga and more. 

O.J. Simpson is not interested in taking responsibility for anything. For the first time ever, the former football star took the stand to defend himself in court, this time for a kidnapping incident that could keep him locked up for as many as 33 years.

President Obama is giving the first State of the Union address of his second term. With the country’s financial situation still not fully recovered, the president will encourage the nation to help “reignite the true engine,” as it relates to growth of the economy.

President Obama is going forward with his push to outline a new gun control policy, heading to Minneapolis to visit the police department’s special operations centers. The president is looking to place a ban on assault weapons, in wake of the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December.

Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast (after massacring the West Indies) in late October, leaving thousands homeless, millions without power, and billions of dollars in damage. In hopes of helping to bring in donations to those in need some of music’s biggest names are participating in 12.12.12: The Concert For Sandy Relief tonight.

UPDATE: The livestream has started, watch below. For the past week, Jay-Z has been live streaming his opening concerts at the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Today, courtesy of Life + Times and YouTube, Hova will be live streaming the final show on this Saturday night.