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The Game’s The Documentary 2 LP, a follow-up to his stellar 2005 debut, is set to arrive later this year. After keeping it real with Drake on the Cardo-produced “100,” Compton’s finest heads to the strip club on “Everybody on the Floor.” For this type of record, Game calls on Atlanta’s finest, Migos to assist him on the track.

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Lil’ Wayne celebrates Independence Day (the holiday and pending personal freedom) with the Free Weezy Album. Released exclusively on TIDAL, the 15-track project features appearances by Wiz Khalifa, Jeezy, Bibi Bourelly (Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money”), Jake Troth, Cory Gunz and more. Infamous, Cool & Dre, Kane Beatz, and Develop are some of Weezy’s go-to beatmakers, who handle much of the production duties.

Check out the tracklisting and stream the Free Weezy Album below.

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With the focus this past weekend on the BET Awards, Miguel slipped one past many, releasing the visual WILDHEART Chapter 1: Find What You Love and Let It Kill You. The 13-minute short-film, in support of the singer’s new WILDHEART> LP, consists of three music videos: “…goingtohell,” the previously released “Coffee,” and “N.W.A.” with a cameo by Kurupt.

Watch the story unfold in Miguel’s new short-film below.

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No, you are not seeing things. Problem has released TWO new mixtapes this week. On Wednesday, you probably caught the A Side of Mollywood 3. Today, we bring to you the B Side. Jampacked with 18 more songs to help you enjoy the 4th of July weekend, this effort has features from IAMSU, Omarion, Freddie Gibbs, Ca$hout and more.

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Statik Seletkah’s new album Lucky 7 hits stores next Tuesday on July 7. Providing the soothing production on “Crystal Clear,” the DJ-producer taps Royce Da’ 5’9″ to do some lyrical work over the flutes. Available for pre-order on iTunes, Lucky 7 features appearances by Talib Kweli, Bun B, Styles P, Big K.R.I.T., Bodega Bamz, Royce Da 5’9″, Elle Varner and more.

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There’s no stopping Freeway and Scholito right now. The two have been releasing a flood of remixes and freestyles, putting on for Philly and Team Early. Their next lyrical exercise is over another Meek Mill track, with the two sounding more at home than a few of the previous joints. It must be that Philadelphia connection.

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King Los’ God Money War album may have gone under the radar a bit, but he’s out here to prove he can hang with the best of them, making his rounds on the radio lately. Toca Tuesdays with DJ Tony Touch is always somewhere rappers can get busy on the mic and this past week, Los joined the radio show and kicked a few rhymes over a calm beat. Topics or not, he still ripped it.

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Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge return with the sequel Twelve Reasons To Die II. The Wu-Tang Clan MC and producer follow-up their 2013 collaborative project with 13 tracks, featuring appearances from RZA, Raekwon, Vince Staples, Bilal and more. Available for pre-order on iTunes, you can stream the album from start to finish ahead of its July 10 release date thanks to NY Times.

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Flo Rida took over Rockefeller Plaza on Friday morning, appearing on TODAY for their Independence Day celebration special. Along with performing his smash hits “GDFR” and “Wild Ones,” the pop artist brought out special guest Robin Thicke to do their latest collaboration/single “I Don’t Like It, I Love It.”

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Chief Keef is planning to release various projects this year, including The Cozart LP. The GBE leader also has another album arriving via FilmOn Music. For the first single off that untitled project, Chief Keef goes totally left, delivering a pop-country record titled “Ain’t Missing You.” With a 80s sound and interpolation of Puff Daddy’s “I’ll Be Missing You” (which a samples The Police’s 1983 hit-song “Every Breath You Take”), listen below.

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