Andra Day, Miguel, Boys 2 Men, EnVogue, Jason Derulo, and more are scheduled to perform on “Greatest Hits”, a summer music miniseries which will be hosted by Arsenio Hall and Kelsea Ballerini. Each week during the six week season, artists will perform classic hits from the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s. Each episode will divide the three decade timespan into five year sections, each episode will focus on that half decade period. The Backstreet Boys, Bonnie Raitt, Cee Lo Green, Chicago, Coolio, Foreigner, John Legend, Little Big Town, LL Cool J, Meghan Trainor, Pitbull, REO Speedwagon, Rick Springfield, Wilson Phillips, Wiz Khalifa and others are slated to perform as well. “Greatest Hits” premieres June 30 on ABC. Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers takes place tonight, and singer John Legend has been enlisted to perform the National Anthem. Tune in tonight at 9 pm on ABC to see how Legend puts his spin on the Star Spangled Banner, and see which team walks away with a win in this rematch. What goes on behind the scenes of Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour” you ask? Well, in a two minute clip she posted to her Facebook page, Beyoncé shared a little of what happens before she takes the stage. To traverse the large venue, she rides on the back of a golf cart as she gathers her thoughts while stretching her neck. Her band also rides a golf cart, and the Beyhive shows up and shows out. The video is definitely worth watching. After patiently waiting for news regarding Prince’s death, an official involved with the death investigation has information regarding how the late music icon passed. According to a law enforcement official close to the investigation, toxicology tests reveal that Prince died of an opioid overdose, the Associated Press reports. However, revealing news though this may be, it isn’t official news. The Huffington Post contacted the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office, who have yet to release tests results saying it has no new information. The singer/musician passed away suddenly on April 21 at the age of 57 at his Paisley Park estate outside of Minneapolis. An autopsy was performed on April 22, the same day Carver County Sheriff Jim Olsen told reporters there were no signs of trauma on the body and police had no reason to believe it was a suicide. This lead to speculation regarding drug use, TMZ reported that Prince overdosed on Percocet the week before his death, causing his plane to make an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois on April 15. Sources say Prince had been taking the painkiller since 2010 after having hip surgery. Top Dawg Entertainment’s Jay Rock appeared to be in good spirits when he sat down for an interview with “Sway In The Morning” at Soundset Festival after his May 29 performance. According to Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony Tiffith, the rapper was in a bad accident while riding his motor cycle. Jay Rock confirmed he was riding his bike when he had an accident. He added that by God’s grace he’s still here. He also shared the advice he received from artists like E40, Dr. Dre and Busta Rhymes. “Hustle like you broke and keep that passion.” He also touched on the crazy stuff he’s heard about labelmate Schoolboy Q’s forthcoming album, the roster’s rollout plans and the possibility of a new Jay Rock album. Rapper Meek Mill’s house arrest has been extended due to failure to complete community service duties, according to TMZ. The Philadelphia born rapper received a 90 day house arrest sentence stemming from his 2009 gun and drug case. In addition, a judge ordered Meek to perform daily community service with groups serving adults and was not allowed to work during the three month period. TMZ reports that his 90 day house arrest has been extended eight more days to complete the mandatory 90 day work requirement. The 29-year-old rapper worked only six days out of the week. He has still found ways to push new music, however. In January, he released the fiery two part “4/4” EP, which took shots at his rap nemesis, Drake. His original release date was scheduled for June 1. Representatives for the MC have yet to comment on the matter.