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Karrueche Tran is ready to speak out. The 26-year-old model recently sat down with spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant, to discuss her rocky relationship with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN primetime show Iyanla: Fix My Life.

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While it’s still Friday on the west coast, Fabolous returns with the four installment of his new #FridayNightFreestyles series. After going over tracks by Dr. Dre, Jay Z and Mad Lion, Brooklyn’s finest heads to Queensbridge. Enjoy as Loso flows effortlessly over the rap classic “Shook Ones Pt. II” (for a second time) by Prodigy and Havoc aka Mobb Deep.

Stream and download the freestyle below.

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Hours after dropping the video for “Black Rain,” Lil’ Boosie aka Boosie Badazz releases Every Ghetto, Every City, Vol. 1. Presented by Live Mixtapes, The 19-track free mixtape serves as an introduction to Boosie’s collective of artists, The Bad Azz Music Syndicate. The first of two collabs on mixtape to catch people’s attention is the ‘hoodrich anthem “Paid,” featuring G-Unit’s 50 Cent. The other is a Louisiana-Georgia connection, as Atlanta’s Migos jump on the Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital-produced “Lotta Respect.”

Listen to both records and download Every Ghetto, Every City, Vol. 1 below.

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Not much has been heard from Remy Ma after last year’s I’m Around mixtape. The Bronx spitter now returns with a new remix, for the second time over a song by Nicki Minaj. This go around, Remy drops some bars over Minaj’s popular club banger “Truffle Butter.”

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High school friends GypjaQ and Azealia Banks connect in the video for their “Blow Away” collaboration. Directed by Rob Soucy and Nick, who also co-directed Azealia’s “Wallace” video, GypJaQ and Banks deliver an in-your-face NSFW clip, where naked women serve as furniture. Fast-paced and quirky, watch the Pitchfork premiere below and buy the song on iTunes.

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Lil’ Boosie’s Touched Down to Cause Hell LP is set to arrive later this year via Atlantic Records. After a handful of guest features and remixes, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana native released a new record titled “Black Rain” earlier this week. Now, Boosie Badazz and Bando Jonez return with the song’s official video, directed by Tone.

Be on the lookout for Boosie Badazz’s Every Ghetto, Every Hood Vol.1 mixtape coming soon.

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Kevin Hart’s Get Hard film with Will Ferrell makes its debut in theaters worldwide today. T.I., who co-stars in the movie, contributes a new song to the film in “I Got Hard.” Featuring Kat, listen to the Grand Hustle CEO’s latest song and purchase it on iTunes.

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Yesterday marked the second annual Air Max Day, a 24-hour celebration of some of Nike’s most iconic silhouettes. And while the ‘net was flooded with both re-releases and general sneaker nostalgia, Nike couldn’t let the day pass without inviting London to the party.

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Same About Damn Time. Five months and two projects later, Future finally gives his Monster mixtape cut “Fuck Up Some Commas” the visual treatment. The DJ Spinz and Southside-produced riot starter has been slowly but surely heating up this year, and was recently released as an official single. Thanks to these fiery visuals from Motion Family, which include cameos from Rae Sremmurd, Lil Boosie, Metro Boomin and Young Scooter, it’s only going to get hotter.

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OG Maco has been refreshingly candid about his breakout hit “U Guessed It,” and I wholeheartedly applaud him for that. Sure, the song cracked the Billboard Hot 100 and rings off at parties, but he’s keen to let people know it doesn’t represent him as an artist. If anything, it was merely a clever ploy to grab the masses’ attention, which is a sad but clearly effective tactic.

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