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"You Song"
Project: Lil Wayne, Dedication 5
Why It Was Dope: When Chance popped up on Wayne's last mixtape, it caught just about everyone by surprise. But when they heard the song, the surprise turned more to a sense of "wow," as he stood toe to toe with the Young Money man and probably bodied him on his own song. A Wayne co-sign doesn't mean as much in 2013 as it did in 2008, but it's nothing to sneeze at, and Weezy Season may very well be approaching fast again.

"You Song"

Project: Lil Wayne, Dedication 5
Why It Was Dope: When Chance popped up on Wayne's last mixtape, it caught just about everyone by surprise. But when they heard the song, the surprise turned more to a sense of "wow," as he stood toe to toe with the Young Money man and probably bodied him on his own song. A Wayne co-sign doesn't mean as much in 2013 as it did in 2008, but it's nothing to sneeze at, and Weezy Season may very well be approaching fast again.

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Chance The Rapper “The Writer”

Chance The Rapper drops another new track on the Internet, but we don’t know exactly what project it is for. According to HipHop-N-More, its produced by Apollo Brown, and the instrumental perfectly fits his style...

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Diddy Puff Daddy
50 Cent in 2010 dissed Diddy, saying his music "sucks" and reignited the feud again by calling out Puffy's recent single "Big Home." Add the Instagram photo Fif posted, and you can see why Diddy isn't a fan of the Queens native. However, these two moguls can make a hell of a lot more money together than alone.
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Study Blames Rap Music For Teens Driving Drunk

A study has emerged dubbing alcohol references in rap music as the reason behind teenage alcohol consumption. Claiming that the frequent mentions of alcohol pressure teens into drinking and driving more so than their peers, the study sites Jay Z, 50 Cent, Diddy and a host of others...

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