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You Wrote It Online, Then I Read It

No name, but it’s no sublime. Nigga, you know who you are. I’ll end it ‘fore it goes too far. As 89.74% of XXLMAG.com’s readership is made up of Vitamin D-deficient RSS fiends who think The Da Vinci Code is real, I’m pretty sure that I’m preaching to the hairy-palmed choir here. For the 10.26% of you familiar with the scent of a woman, Nah Right—a site known to deal in unsubstantiated rumor, unsolicited opinion and innumerable instances of possible copyright violations—recently* linked to Joe Budden’s live performance of “Dumb Out” via the communist haven that is YouTube. Continuing their worthy ...

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Ban reggaeton

I haven't heard much uproar about this from the hip-hop community, but I read somewhere recently that the reggaeton station in New York has overtaken ...

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Fire Jay-Z

Over at the part of this site where they keep the important journalism, there's a story about the marginally talented, partially hispanic pop rapper Fabolous, ...

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Blame hip-hop

When the New York Times ran its story last week on the crisis currently facing young black men, hip-hop's preeminent spam blogger Jay Smooth wondered ...

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