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  • Cover of Kevin Gates Talks Prison, Depression & Choosing Music Over Street Life
    Kevin Gates, a New Orleans, Baton Rouge native, had a tough time leaving the street life alone to focus completely on his music. It's a feat he seems to have finally accomplished though, but his troubled past is still well-documented in his lyrics.
  • Cover of Soulja Boy Removed From Airplane For Refusing To Cooperate w/ Flight Attendants
    As reported by the irreplaceable TMZ, it seems Soulja Boy was removed from an American Airlines flight last night after "causing a pre-flight scene". After a flight attendant asked all passengers to take their seats, Soulja apparently refused to do so, and was subsequently dealt with. 
  • Cover of 50 Cent Speaks On Long Delay For "Street King Immortal"
    50 Cent has been teasing fans with his fifth studio album, Street King Immortal, for quite some time now. At one point 50 started releasing singles, including the stand-out track with Kendrick Lamar, "We Up," but since then he's fallen back once more.
  • Cover of DJ Drama Announces "Quality Street Music Part 2"
     With the success of last year's Quality Street Music album, DJ Drama has decided to do another one, as he confirmed earlier today with MTV. 
  • 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 DJ Whoo Kid Speaks On 50 Cent's "Street King Immortal," Reveals New Eminem Feature
    As 50 Cent's Street King Immortal album release draws closer, DJ Whoo Kid revealed to Montreality that he has heard a bunch of new "ridiculous" material and has even heard a new Eminem feature. Shady and Fif previously collaborated with Adam Levine for the song "My Life", which was released back in November.W
  • Cover of 50 Cent Speaks On Present Day Hip-Hop Vs. Earlier Era & "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'" Vs. "Street King Immortal"
    50 Cent has seen a lot of trends come and go within hip-hop, and the most current one seems to be the 'hipster.' In a new interview, 50 spoke on the differences between his era of hip-hop and now, and what's changed.
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