Rapper Iggy Azalea included an airplane and a group of denim clad dancers for the performance of her single “Team” at the 2016 iHeart Radio Music Awards yesterday. Clad in white platform sneakers, ripped denim jeans and a dark blue bra, the rapper closed the show and recreated the video for “Team”, where she spray painted an airplane with the name of her upcoming album “Digital Distortion”. The D.R.U.G.S. produced track debuted in the top 10 of the Hot Rap Singles Chart upon its release last month. “Team” is the first single from the album “Digital Distortion”, set for release in June. Singer/songwriter/producer and 112 member Daron Jones has released a new single, “The Way We Used To Be”. The track is smooth, laid back and melodic with Jones’ vocals being the highlight. “The Way We Used To Be” is available for download at iTunes and Google Play. Rapper Kendrick Lamar headlined the March Madness Musical Festival in Houston on Saturday, an event associated with the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four. Lamar performed “Untitled 07/Levitate” from the album “Untitled Unmastered”. The event was streamed online and aired on TBS and TNT before the UNC vs. Syracuse game, according to Pitchfork. Before his set, Lamar joined Ernie Johnson, Clark Kellogg, Kenny Smith and Charles Barkley on the Final Four pre-game show to discuss basketball and prepare to create a successful show. As for his basketball skills, Lamar rates himself at an 8.5 out of 10. According to the surviving members of iconic rap group A Tribe Called Quest, member Phife Dawg, who passed away on March 22, will be remembered at a public memorial set to take place at St. Albans Park in Queens today. The group said in a statement: “To all our loving fans, please meet us at St Albans Park in Queens NY on April 4 at 10:30am. The First 200 fans to arrive will receive something very special.” While fans celebrate the life of Phife Dawg today, musicians and hip hop writers have been paying their respects since news of his death broke.