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  • Cover of Rihanna And Amanda Bynes Exchange Insults On Twitter [Update: Bynes Claims Tweets Were Fake, Waka Flocka Shows Support]
    It seems a a bit of Twitter beef has been sparked between Rihanna and actress Amanda Bynes. The latter was the instigator, who, unprovoked, tweeted "Chris Brown beat you because you're not pretty enough" and "no one wants to be your lover so you call everyone and their mother that I almost named my new dog Rihanna."
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: May 26
    For now, rap releases have slowed down, but new ones are on the way. The month of June promises to be one full of album drops-- which all fall under a few different dates. The biggest date by far, is, of course, June 18th.
  • Cover of Tracklist Revealed For Mac Miller's "Watching Movies With The Sound Off"
    // With the release date of his sophomore album quickly approaching, it's only fitting that the official tracklisting for Mac Miller's project gets revealed.
  • Cover of Lil Flip Indicted On Controlled Substance Charge
    Lil Flip just got off the hook for an arrest warrant stemming from a missed court date earlier this month, but it seems like the rapper's legal woes are far from over.
  • Cover of Kendrick Lamar Explains His "Death To Molly" Message
     If you saw Kendrick Lamar's new music video for "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe", then you would've seen a subtle message at the end of the video that read "Death To Molly". With as many people curious on what that message actually meant, K. Dot recently spoke out about it in a recent interview with MTV's Sway.
  • Cover of B.o.B Says That "Underground Luxury" Is "Probably The Most Edgy Project" He's Done
    // B.o.B is getting back into the swing of things when it comes to hip-hop music, and he's been doing quite a few interviews. The rapper recently revealed the title of his upcoming third studio album, Underground Luxury, which he discussed while visiting The Breakfast Club on Power 105.
  • Cover of The Weeknd's "Trilogy" Goes Gold [Update: Certified Platinum]
    The Weeknd's debut major label release has already been certified gold, since being released on November 13th, 2012. The young Toronto r'n'b singer saw early success with his mixtape series, and soon turned the tapes into a whole project released as Trilogy.
  • Cover of MGK Calls Himself "The Voice Of Cleveland" Now That LeBron Left
    Is the NBA Lottery fixed?  Well there are certainly many cases to make that suggest that David Stern and Company have played a hand in determining where the lottery balls fall, most recently the New Orleans Hornets (now Pelicans) grabbing the first overall pick after the league had vetoed their trade sending Chris Pau
  • Cover of Eminem Announces Three Shows In Europe With Slaughterhouse, Yelawolf & Kendrick Lamar
    Eminem is supposedly working on a new album, and although he'll probably be busy in the studio for most of the summer, he's making time for three shows this summer in Europe.
  • Cover of Kelly Rowland & The-Dream Reschedule "Lights Out" Tour
    The-Dream and Kelly Rowland have been working closely together recently, contributing to each other's albums (IV Play and Talk A Good Game respectively), they even planned a joint tour together. However, Kelly Rowland's new gig on the U.S.
  • Cover of Tracklist Revealed For Birdman & Rick Ross' Joint Mixtape "The H (The Lost Album Vol. 1)"
    Birdman and Rick Ross recorded a joint project back in 2008 which never saw the light of day, but today, the two rappers are giving the unreleased project away to fans for free. The H (The Lost Album Vol 1.) features 11 tracks, with appearances from Mack Maine, Gudda, and Kevin Rudolf. It's hosted by DJ Khaled.
  • Cover of Talking To August Alsina, Kidd Kidd & His Producers On "Downtown"
    For this week's Track Breakdown, we called upon rising singer August Alsina. August already has a deal locked in with Def Jam, through none other than r'n'b singer and hit-maker, The-Dream. With mentoring from Terius Nash, there is no doubt that August will go far with his music.
  • Cover of Tracklist Revealed For Kelly Rowland's "Talk A Good Game"
     With her 4th studio album, Talk A Good Game, less than a month away, Kelly Rowland decides to deliver the tracklisting for the project this evening.
  • Cover of Underrated Audio: May 14-20
    This week we bring to you only four cuts that fit the title. Although it seems like more and more music is dropping as we enter the summer months, not every thing is a stand out. These songs didn't necessarily get a lot of love from our viewers, so here we are giving them the second go-round in Underrated Audio.
  • Cover of Top Tracks Of The Week: May 13-19
    This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion.
  • Cover of Kendrick Lamar Speaks On Being Inspired By Kanye West's Marketing For "New Slaves"
    Kanye West took the world by storm this weekend when debuting his lead single off Yeezus, "New Slaves." The innovative rapper decided to premiere it by playing it on 66 different buildings worldwide. Thus, it was hard for 'Ye to go unnoticed.
  • Cover of Charts Don't Lie: May 19
    This week on Charts Don't Lie some of the less consistent rappers have fallen off, while others prove they're on the charts for the long-term. We already knew Justin Timberlake would be here awhile, after he went platinum in very little time following his album's debut.
  • Cover of Janet Jackson Says She Loves Kendrick Lamar's "Poetic Justice"
    The most radio-friendly single on Kendrick Lamar's debut studio LP, good kid, m.A.A.d city, was the Drake-featured "Poetic Justice" which had a smooth sample from a classic Janet Jackson joint.
  • Cover of J.R. Smith Responds To Rihanna Saying He Plays "Hungover"
  • Cover of Kendrick Lamar Explains How He "Had To Live Up To" His Jay-Z Feature
    Many saw Kendrick Lamar's "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe" remix as quite an event, but none as much as the rapper himself. Jay-Z lending a verse to Kendrick not only left the rapper with a sense of accomplishement, but also a pressure to bring his A-game to the track.
  • Cover of Lil Scrappy Released From Jail [Update: Scrappy’s Probation Hearing For Cold Urine Pushed Back]
    Lil Scrappy turned himself in to the police yesterday, after a warrant was issued for his arrest because of a suspicious urine sample. However, the reality T.V. star didn't have to spend too much time locked up, as he was released today.
  • Cover of Tracklist Revealed For Statik Selektah's "Extended Play"
     After releasing his new Mac Miller-featured track yesterday with "21 & Over", Statik Selektah decides to reveal the tracklisting for his upcoming album Extended Play.
  • Cover of Underrated Audio: May 7-13
    You know how it goes. We've grabbed some of the tracks we thought were overlooked this past week, and placed them all in one place (here) for your enjoyment. This week it really is about rappers that are overlooked (apart from Party Next Door, who is not a rapper at all).
  • Cover of Andrew Wiggins Custom KD V
    Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 player in the class of 2013, will play for the Kansas Jayhawks. Following the news, photos of a custom KD V colorway for Wiggin's highschool team surfaced, sporting a metallic blue upper, and orange to white fade along the midsole.
  • Cover of Macklemore Upset That OKC Thunder Play "Can't Hold Us" At Games
    Seattle is trying desperately to bring basketball back to their city, and a group led by billionaire Chris Hansen is putting up serious cash to entice the NBA in relocating the Sacramento Kings to Seattle where they will be the second iteration of the Supersonics.  Losing their basketball team is a sore spot for Seatt
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