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Eminem quietly dropped a bomb on the culture with his new album Kamikaze, his best work since the 2004 album The Eminem Show. The lyrical onslaught being displayed on Kamikaze will have people wondering if Eminem is on a deliberate career suicidal crash taking on so many critics at once, especially as a veteran emcee approaching 46 years…

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Erykah Badu and Nas will soon be working on a new project together, but it may not be what you think. The legendary New York emcee has signed on to serve as executive producer of a new film starring the soul songstress called The Land. The movie, written and directed by Steve Caple Jr. along…

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Arlington, Texas based a capella group Pentatonix narrowly held off pop star Demi Lovato in a hotly contested race to score its first ever number one album on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Propelled by the group’s hit lead single, “Can’t Sleep Love,” Pentatonix’s self-titled album tallied just over 98K impressions (88K pure album sales), while Lovato’s Confident was just…

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  Well that was fast. It was only three months ago that Bad Boy rapper Machine Gun Kelly gushed over Amber Rose on Hot 97 as he confirmed their relationship to morning show host Ebro after weeks of speculation surrounding their all but obvious fling. But that was then and this is now and according to Rose, that…

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Amber Rose is hip-hop’s hottest blonde bombshell and with so many men vying to get a piece of Rose, she can clearly pick and choose whichever man she wants to bed. But despite her sex symbol status, Rose recently told Cosmopolitan magazine that her sex life is dismal. In a new interview with the mag,…

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Ever wonder where some of these hip-hop stars get their names? Without marketing these Mafia figures, it’s possible these stars wouldn’t have the fan base they have now. On his latest release, Jay-Z name checks a notorious Washington, D.C. hitman, Wayne Perry, on his “Tom Ford” single (Magna Carta Holy Grail); but other artists actually adopt…

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Hip-hop’s leaders of the new cool  The hip-hop “freshmen” of 2012 and 2013 all carve their own niche, and in their own ways, each pays homage to a legendary rhymer from the genre’s storied past. While some want to proclaim that hip-hop is “dead,” there are as many varied voices and personas making interesting music…

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