Who Dat Making Headlines: Comedian Dave Chappelle headed to Netflix
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Longtime comedian Dave Chappelle is headed to Netflix.
The streaming service announced Monday three specials will air simultaneously in 2017. Netflix says two additional never before seen specials come straight out of Chappelle's personal vault.
This will mark Chappelle's first concert specials in 12 years since his sudden exit from "Chappelle's Show" in 2005.
#1 on the charts
Rap duo Rae Sremmurd lands at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for a consecutive week.
In celebration of their song "Black Beatles" claiming the number one spot, the group's label Interscope Records participated in the mannequin challenge.
Many dubbed their hit song as the unofficial song for the challenge so it's only right they take a shot at it too. Money hung from the ceiling and one man is seen balancing on his head.
Check out the full video below.
Bruno Mars on tour
Bruno Mars isn't too far away from the top spot on the music charts.
His "feel-good" new song "24k Magic" comes in at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Mars will make a stop in New Orleans for his world tour on October 21, 2017. According to Live Nation, Mars sold more than a million tickets in just 24 hours.
Some tickets to see the groovy artist sell for as much as $700.
Listen to his latest track below.
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