All eyes were tuned into ABC on Friday night, as Bruce Jenner’s long-awaited interview with Diane Sawyer finally aired. In the two-hour special, the 1976 Olympic gold medalist decathlete a came out as transgender, acknowledging that for his whole life he identified himself as a woman.

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Before BAPE’s 10-Year anniversary kicked off, I had the chance to speak to Pyrex P about the brand’s impact on streetwear and hip-hop. He credits Nigo and BAPE as the real inspiration behind his own line, Play Cloths.

“I look at BAPE as a family. They’ve been so influential in streetwear culture. I’m talking about my Play Cloths line to Billionaire Boys Club — the only reason I probably did a streetwear line was because of BAPE.”

Update: Pusha also talked about working with Diddy, Kanye West, The Neptunes and The-Dream.

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Noisey continue their Back & Forth interview series with a sit down between Meechy Darko from Flatbush Zombies and Issa Gold from The Underachievers. While across the pond in London on their Clockwork Indigo tour, the Beast Coast representatives chop it up about Nando’s, the woes of being a weed smoker on the road and doing acid in front of cops.

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Vic Mensa checks in with Power 106 LA’s Justin Credible to talk about his new Roc Nation deal, which was officially announced yesterday, and meeting Jay Z. “It’s just enlightening to speak to him about this game and pick up that game, because Jay is one of the smartest people I’ve ever met in general, especially in music,” he says.

The Chicago rapper also speaks on his Coachella performance, that freshly inked Roc-A-Fella tattoo, working with the other half of The Throne, his “competitive” relationship with Chance The Rapper and his forthcoming project Traffic. Oh, and Vic has a crazy story about running through Obama’s backyard as a kid.

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Jaime Foxx is just about ready to drop his long awaited album, Hollywood, and he’s making his media rounds. After goofing around with Laura Stylez and Ebro, Foxx shed some details on his upcoming role as Mike Tyson (including the opening scene). He really goes in depth about how the film starts off. Man, this sounds really good.

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Jay Electronica is currently overseas in the Motherland, specifically Lagos, Nigeria. The New Orleans-native recently sat down with local station The Beat 99.9 FM for a rare on-air interview. During the 22-minute conversation, Jay Elec speaks on Nigerian culture, thoughts on Kanye West, his relationship with J. Cole, love of trap music, being signed to Roc Nation, his personal relationship status, Erykah Badu, and much more.

Sadly, Jay Electronica doesn’t touch on the myth that is his Act II album or any new music coming. Watch below.

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PARTYNEXTDOOR has let his music do all the talking in the two years since his breakout (“don’t do no press but I get the most press, kid”). But as he graces the red-hot cover of The FADER‘s new issue, the OVO crooner finally gives his first ever interview.

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Jamie Foxx appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night, announced his new album Hollywood and revealing its cover. Foxx sat down with Kimmel to discuss his new album and its title, previewed a few songs acapella, his daughter Annalise Bishop posing with various celebrities at this year’s GRAMMYs, and did a segment where he sang various Tinder profiles live.

The Grammy Award-winning singer later moved to the AT&T Outdoor Stage, bringing out special guest Chris Brown to perform the album’s lead single “You Changed Me.”

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Cam’ron appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Wednesday night alongside comedian Chris Distefano and Newark Mayor Ras Baraka. The topic of discusssion? Snitching. For those that forgot, one of many unforgettable Killa Cam interviews came in 2007 when the Dipset rapper appeared on 60 Minutes (and later on FOX News). During that sitdown, Cam’ron stated he would not speak to police if a serial killer lived next door to him, which ignited a lot of backlash.

Fast forward to last night, where the topic of speaking to the police came up again. While he still sticks to his beliefs, the conversation this time was more insightful and more toned down compared to seven years ago.

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Leading up to Drake’s headlining performance at Coachella 2015, Four Pins spent some time with the Canadian rapper before, after and during the busy first weekend. In the detailed feature, the face of October’s Very Own touches on his upcoming fourth studio LP, Views From the 6, revealing he has two songs so far that he likes for the album.

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