It seems David Crosby is in a new productive phase of his career, as the famed singer/songwriter has just revealed some major plans for 2017. Not only has Crosby announced a major tour, but the artist has just confirmed the completion of a new album, titled Sky Trails. Though there is no release date yet for the new album, Crosby is sure to put it out in the near future.To support releases new and old, Crosby will tour through the months of April and May, hitting venues across the country with James Raymond on keys, Mai Agan on bass, Steve DiStanislao on drums, Jeff Pevar on guitar and Michelle Willis on keys and vocals. The tour will focus on music from Sky Trails, his recently released Croz album, and classics from the David Crosby catalog.See his full tour schedule by heading here.
LeBron has historically had a low tolerance for playing with younger teammates, and he will be even less likely to want a join a team surrounded by immature nonsense after getting burnt by J.R. Smith’s bonehead play in The Finals. The idea of joining a team with two kids involved in a diss track battle could be a huge turn off.The bottom line is that if the Lakers want to get into the LeBron James business, they’ll probably have to pull the plug on the Lonzo Ball experiment and ship him out of town to clear the deck. Based on an L.A. Times story – likely leaked by the Lakers – Magic won’t hesitate to pull the trigger.Watch Colin explain why diss tracks could cause LeBron to diss the Lakers. Although the back and forth between Ball and Kuzma isn’t the end of the world, Colin thinks it’s could negatively impact Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka’s chances to sign their number one offseason target, LeBron James. Advertisement Laker guard – and so called MC – Lonzo Ball just released a diss track going after his teammate and fellow rookie Kyle Kuzma, who is expected to respond with his own diss track to continue the lame ass NBA version of Drake and Pusha T.