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Official visuals for Nature’s track Time is Money off the EP Seasons Changed featuring Noreaga.

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The LOX recreated Drake’s track Pound Cake off his new album Nothing Was The Same. Listen and download their song below.

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Watch the official music video for Lord Flacko’s track Fashion Killa, off Long.Live.A$AP, starring Rihanna.

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Joey Bada$$:
“We went 2 croatia & turnt shit up,shout out 2 all the fans that rocked with The Era out there. Catch us on The Smokers Club tour starting Oct 16th.”

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Official visuals for Drizzy’s track Tellem My Name off his latest album The Golden Age.
Produced by Rikio

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J-Live freestyles over Jay-Z’s Heaven track off MCHG. This is his second release off This Is Chess Not Checkers coming out soon.

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Zane Lowe chats to Kanye West in the 2nd of a special 4 part interview. Contains the strongest possible language.

Come back tomorrow to watch part 3 of the interview.

Previous: Zane Lowe interviews Kanye West (Part 1)

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Highway Robbery is a collaborative concept album from Detroit’s heavyweight emcee Guilty Simpson and Philly’s burgeoning beat smith Small Professor. Weighing in at ten tracks, the project places you in a seemingly post apocalyptic Detroit where the mentality is feast or famine. ‘Highway Robbery’ plays as one long narrative of Guilty’s day-to-day survival in Detroit’s concrete jungle, set to the tone of Small Professor’s foreboding, percussion heavy production. Featuring guest appearances from Detroit’s Boldy James, AG (of D.I.T.C.), Elucid, Castle (Mello Music Group), with both Statik Selektah and DJ Revolution handling the Technic 1200s.

Stream the album down below. The album is also available on iTunes.

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In this week’s Double G News, SchoolBoy Q stops by to chop it up with Nemo Hoes about his next album Oxymoron, TDE, 50 Cent, how much gas he keeps in the whip and much, much more! Also Rob Dyrdek has a special message, Stormy Fronts shakes that ass, and a woman gets pushed off a cliff, only on this week’s GGN you-bitch-yewwww!

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Now that Drake’s much-anticipated album Nothing Was The Same is finally out, October’s Very Own gives us the accompanying visuals for the track “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” At seven minutes long, the video takes place in Miami in 1985 and features a guest appearance by none other than A$AP Rocky.

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