July 2016


blockwars

The Game has recently found a knack for making albums to go along with soundtracks and his latest is inspired by his latest game Block Wars. We don’t have to tell you much about the game besides what you can assume from the title and by looking at the cover (above), so you can already guess what the music is sounding like. That Compton music from the streets.

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The new era of Ghostbusters has officially invaded and the soundtrack that kids will remember will be one of which contains a single with G-Eazy and Jeremih. In the video for their collaboration “Saw It Coming,” the two go from regular people to full out monsters that everyone is running from. Young Gerald started getting nauseous and throwing up green stuff, until finally turning into a ghost. And who did they end up calling? Well, you know.

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mtv classic

Heads up: I know you’re super busy catching Pok√©mon and sharpening your Nintendo skills right now, but there’s an even bigger batch of nostalgia coming our way next month. MTV has announced the launch of MTV Classic, a new channel (that will probably feel more like a time machine) airing episodes from beloved ’90s shows like Beavis & Butt-Head, Daria and Pimp My Ride.

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trappussy

For some reason, Tyga knows exactly how to troll and we make fun of his songs, then end up playing them more than we would like to admit. It sounds like “Trap P***y” might be the next of those guilty pleasures, which is off his upcoming #BitchImTheShit2 project. The beat is tough and that would be due in part by Metro Boomin.

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yg word is bond

YG’s word is bond in any language. In his latest Still Brazy video, the Def Jam rapper takes it from Bompton to Tokyo with his blood brother Slim 400 while showing off some Japanese-inspired threads from his 4hunnid clothing collection. At least YG can make an extended trip back here if his best friend Donald Trump wins the election in November (God forbid).

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kanye west wolves video

After recently picking up a pair of MTV VMA nominations for his provocative “Famous” video, Kanye West returns with another striking set of visuals in support of The Life of Pablo. In the brand new video for “Wolves,” directed by Steven Klein, Yeezus and his fashion disciples — including Vic Mensa, Sia, Kim Kardashian, Joan Smalls, Cindy Crawford and Jourdan Dunn (no Frank Ocean, unfortunately) — walk the runway surrounded by darkness. According to Vogue, the video is part of Kanye’s Fall 2016 campaign with Balmain.

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dj khaled major key

After a Presidential-like campaign that all started with a string of hilarious Snapchats, DJ Khaled’s new album, Major Key, is finally here. The 14-track project, which is undoubtedly Khaled’s biggest of his colorful career so far, boasts guest appearances from Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Future, Nas, Gucci Mane, Nicki Minaj, Big Sean and…well, you get the picture. The We The Best mogul hasn’t changed a lot — he’s always been this same larger-than-life character — although he is suffering even greater from success these days.

Stream Major Key in full below and grab the album on iTunes.

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The Return of the Mack is back. This year marks the 20th anniversary of Mark Morrison’s 1996 smash-hit, and to celebrate the German singer drops an updated version of his single “My LIFE 2.0.” MMG’s biggest boss Rick Ross, and Toronto singer Tory Lanez joins Morrison on the smooth offering that can be purchased now on iTunes.

How does Mark Morrison sound in 2016? Listen to “My LIFE 2.0″ below.

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If you’ve had Migos’ 3 Way EP in rotation, this track should be familiar to you because it served as the intro to the project. For the video, the trio of Takeoff, Quavo and Offset roll up the green and kick it with some shortys while posting up with their crew.

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Gucci Mane’s newfound freedom is something that he is holding onto dearly. As a rapper (and trapper), he has been in and out of the bing more times than anyone can count at this point. But his latest three year stretch sounds like it has changed him for good. For his new The FADER cover story, Guwop opened up to seasoned writer Andrew Nosnitsky about why prison was “hell,” his career plans, sobriety and more much.

Check out an excerpt below and read the cover story in full here.

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