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Big Ol Finactz Zilla Feat. C. Struggs
Two hungry artists from underrepresented areas in the South have linked up to lay down the "Big Ol Finactz." The simmering record belongs to the slick-talking Zilla of Huntsville, AL, who was featured on the site in August with "Redrum," a Bama flip of the UGK
Dallas Man Rats Himself Out For Drugs On Facebook Live
There are some videos of police encounters that get one's blood boiling - real shit that depicts the horrific nature of police brutality and racism in America.
The Outfit TX "Look Into My Eyes" Video
A day before the release of their latest project, Green Lights: Everythang Goin, The Outfit TX have decided to drop the video to “Look Into My Eyes,” a wicked anthem produced by the reliable duo of Stunt N Dozier, who will produce the majority
Drake Fined $13,000 For Going Overtime At Dallas "Summer Sixteen" Show
UPDATE: A video from last night's show proves Drake was well-aware that he was risking some of his own pocket change by performing an extended set.
9 Ways Hip Hop Artists Have Reacted To Recent Violence
The fiber of the American people has been tested over the course of the last two weeks, in which four incidents of terrible violence have prompted wide-spread protests and rapidly deteriorating race relations.
Beyonce Pays Tribute To Slain Dallas Police Officers
This year more than ever, Beyonce has embraced her role as a celebrity activist, speaking out directly about injustice against minorities and also using her music as a means of protest.
Waka Flocka Responds To Dallas Shootings: "This Is The Only Time We All Gon' Come Together"
In one way or another, most every hip-hop star has responded to the shocking violence that has transpired over the past few days, beginning with the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and continuing last night with the killing of five
Carmelo Anthony Challenges Athletes To Step Up And Take Charge In Light Of Recent Killings
In light of the horrific murders of two black men, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, as well as last night's tragic killings of five Dallas police offers, many public figures are using their social platform to demand justice and inspire