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The rapper was forced to end her set at a music festival in England early because of 'overwhelming demand for fans to come on stage when only a few were expected.'
The British singer offered to make amends to any fans disappointed with the abandoned show by staging a free concert in the Big Apple after returning from U.K.
The 'Paper Planes' hitmaker blasted conditions at the event and even claimed the stage was disintegrating during her headline slot.
New releases of this week, ranging from those coming from Korn and Sting, can't pull in enough sale number to make it to the top.
The gig which was supposed to be held on July 17 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park was canceled over security concerns.
M.I.A. is 'loud and proud' in her new album, drawing controversy in some songs and also exploring her fun side in the others.
The Sri Lankan singer/songwriter is very generous in term of unleashing songs from her new album, this time allowing fans to download a Nicki Minaj-assisted track.
As '/\/\/\Y/\' release date gets closer, M.I.A. brings forward another new song and offers it for download prior to the album arrival.
M.I.A. who was anxious to hear her trademark vocal did not get what she wants when the singer refuses to sound the same in 'Bionic'.
'As long you keep it reflective and honest about what's really going on. It's cool,' M.I.A. says, sparking rumor that she backs out of her jab at Lady GaGa.
The singer, who was recently involved in a feud with New York Times' journalist, said she is not ready to 'sell out' just yet.
In an Editor's Note, the magazine included a statement that corrects the order of quotes which have been taken by columnist Lynn Hirschberg based on her interview with the singer.
The singer thinks the networking websites are controlled by government agencies like CIA to display only what they want readers to read.
Along with a new song called 'I'm a Singer', M.I.A. posted an excerpt of her interview with New York Times under the title 'War Crimes and French Fries'.
The controversial singer believes her son Ikhyd will live in a generation where violence and the end of the world are obsessions.