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MellowHype Create Very Few Memorable Moments On ‘INSA’
Is there any crew in the game that has perfected the art of the tag team like Odd Future has? The Golf Wang misfits have boasted subsidiary acts like EarlWolf, The Internet, & MellowHigh - among others, but none of those incarnations features as heavy traction as the duo of Hodgy Beats and L…
Meek Mill Supports Wale’s New Single
Meek Mill may have been upset that Wale did not tweet about his upcoming album Dreams Worth More Than Money when he announced the release date, but that didn’t stop him from offering support.
After airing out his issues with his MMG label mate, Meek want back to Twitter today to promo…
Iggy Azalea And Nick Young Do Not Want To Have A Reality Show
After showering the world with their love and constant PDA, people marveled at the idea of Iggy Azalea and her boyfriend Nick Young being the next reality star couple. While the offer may have been appealing, the couple have decided that they wouldn't pursue reality TV stardom, according to the…
Twitter Reacts To LeBron James Heading Back To Cleveland
It's official: King James is coming home. LeBron James told Sports Illustrated today that he's returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers after four seasons with the Miami Heat. Naturally, Twitter has exploded since the news broke, and it's become nearly impossible to keep up with the barrage of tweets co…
REKS Featuring Noreaga And Saigon “Garvey”
REKS got some new work coming up. Eyes Watching God, a collaborative album with Hazardis Sounds, is a concept project featuring a good and evil contrast. It comes with a “God Side” and “Devil Side”; "Garvey," featuri…
Da Mafia 6ix Featuring DJ Zirk “Lock’m N Da Trunk v.2”
Despite Gangsta Boo's leave from Da Mafia 6ix, the show must go on. During an interview with HipHopDX, DJ Paul announced the official release date of their forthcoming album, Watch What U Wish, on Oct. 31. Paul also confirmed that it is slated to have verses by the late Lord Infamous, who died …
T-Pain Gets Honest On “Look Like Me”
Summer is known as the turn-up season, and T-Pain was doing just that last year with "Up Down (Do This All Day)" — one of his best joints in years. On "Look Like Me," he's slowing things up to be a bit more transparent.
There isn't much going o…

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