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Brampton, Ontario-based hip-hop comedy collective 4YallEntertainment has been blessing HNHH with plenty of comic relief recently, bringing in Boi-1da for their "23 Types of Rappers in the Studio" video and releasing Phone-EG's mixtape The G Is S
If you're not familiar, 4Yall Entertainment are a hip-hop comedy group based in Brampton, Ontario.
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Wale shows up for a quick couplet in a recent SNL skit, which was a rap parody about the comically low prices at H&M.Get a load of Wale Appears In "H&M" SNL Skit, a new visual from Wale that saw the light of day on Sunday, December 15th, 2013.
Wiz Khalifa appeared as Santa's "helper" on Jimmy Kimmel last night, Santa being none other than celebrated Hollywood actor Tom Hanks, who "was feeling the holiday spirit and volunteered to help a lucky audience member make a very special holiday card." Though
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