@2PieceMalone links up with #Zro aka "The MoCity Don" and #Legendary #SuperProducer @MrLee713 on this record titled #FUCCU. Be S...
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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Sunday, August 14, 2016
Jeffery📀 pic.twitter.com/DxDErTFvlA— Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) August 14, 2016
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Sunday, June 19, 2016
You'll see— DJ Quik (@djquik) June 18, 2016
Oh, and one more thing to the world: I made it into the top three all-time rapper-producers. #goodtimes— DJ Quik (@djquik) June 19, 2016
07.08.16 pic.twitter.com/sf4b3A3NPS— dangeroo kipawaa TDE (@dangerookipawaa) June 17, 2016
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Original text below: Many hip-hop fans were surprised to see the absence of Post Malone on this year's XXL Freshman cover, which was unveiled earlier this week. After the cover dropped, XXL's editor-in-chief, Vanessa Satton, stopped by The Breakfast Club to explain all of the Freshman picks as well as why certain artists weren't selected. With regard to Post Malone, Satton said that XXL was told by his camp that he "wasn't paying attention to hip-hop so much" and that he's apparently "going in more of a rock/pop/country direction." Post has now responded to being left off the 2016 Freshman cover with a letter addressed to "Vanessa, XXL, Internet, etc." that he posted to his Instagram. In the letter, he seems to take offense to Satton's claims that he's abandoning hip-hop and that he should be ineligible for the Freshman accolade simply because he might pull from different genres. "My love of music should never be questioned," he begins the letter. "I shouldn't be chastised in whichever way I see fit." He then went on to explain that his latest mixtape as well as his upcoming album are both hip-hop above anything else. "I have a hip-hop album coming out in August," he wrote. "I made a HIP HOP mixtape promoting my HIP HOP album." Toward the end of his, letter, Post implied that he was invited to be a part of the Freshman cover, but he declined because he "was tired and didn't want to take the 6 hour flight to New York."
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#FeaturedSingles on @Mixtapedrop from @therealjuicyj @RickyRozay @YoungThug @NickCannon @RKelly & More!
Sunday, June 12, 2016
I am where I want to be, QC The Label. It's Official.— lil boat (@lilyachty) June 10, 2016
I just want to thank all my fans.. For being there for me. This is literally only the beginning. Big Things Coming Soon. Summer Songs 2 Otw.— lil boat (@lilyachty) June 10, 2016
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Saturday, May 7, 2016
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Unless Drake and Republic are somehow mistaken, the RIAA should anoint VIEWS with platinum status in the near future. As of today, after initially being exclusive to Apple Music and iTunes, VIEWS is now available for physical purchase, and the album can be bought on other digital retailers. It won't be available to stream on platforms like Tidal and Spotify until May 13.
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