There’s some trouble brewing between Colorado and some of its neighboring states, according to the Denver Post. Apparently, Nebraska and Oklahoma have filed a lawsuit directly with the Supreme court on Thursday that claims “the State of Colorado has created a dangerous gap in the federal drug control system.”

“Marijuana flows from this gap into neighboring states, undermining Plaintiff States’ own marijuana bans, draining their treasuries, and placing stress on their criminal justice systems,” the lawsuit alleges.

However, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said in a statement that he will defend the state’s legalization of marijuana.” He says the lawsuit is “without merit.”

“Because neighboring states have expressed concern about Colorado-grown marijuana coming into their states, we are not entirely surprised by this action,” Suthers said. “However, it appears the plaintiffs’ primary grievance stems from non-enforcement of federal laws regarding marijuana, as opposed to choices made by the voters of Colorado.”

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Ludacris’ Burning Bridges EP is set to arrive next week on December 16. With five days left until it drops, the DTP CEO continues with a new release off his #LudaVerses freestyle series. This week’s record? Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint single “Only,” gets the remix treatment from the ATLien.

Listen below.

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(Daniel Craig, producer Barbara Broccoli and director Sam Mendes at Thursday’s announcement)

The word is finally out about the upcoming 24th James Bond movie. As Daniel Craig returns to play 007, Pinewood studios also announced the additional cast in the upcoming film. Titled Spectre, the picture also stars Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott and Monica Bellucci. The name is said to be a refernce to the fictional terrorist organization that featured in James Bond novels since 1962.

In addition to filming in Pinewood, other rumored set locations include Rome, London, Morocco, Mexico City and the Austrian Alps. Spectre will released in the U.K. on Oct. 23 and on Nov. 6 in the U.S.

Check out a group photo below…



“Breaking Up” is easy when you really never cared all that much about your mate. For Charli XCX, cutting the leash to that unsatisfactory relationship can even be celebratory. In her BRTHR-directed video, she’s down right jubilant about being single again.

Pre-order Charli XCX’s SUCKER album on iTunes ahead of its Dec. 15 release date.

Watch the video below…


We’re just a week away from the US release of Mary J. Blige’s The London Sessions, but today she’s made her new album available to stream. The 12-track project marks a reinvention for the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul as she taps into the well of UK talent including Disclosure, Sam Smith and Emeli Sandé, all of whom help give MJ’s seasoned vocals a fresh new sound. Get an early listen of the album below and pre-order your copy on iTunes.

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Ricky Ross is currently wrapped up in overseeing the roll out of his newly released solo album, Hood Billioniare. Making his rounds through the media circuit, Ross touched down on HOT97 this week, paid The Combat Jack Show a visit, and spoke to HipHopSince1987. Tag on a new video for his title track and he’s just getting started.

Stream Rick Ross’ Hood Billionaire album here.

Watch the video and interviews below…



From one blonde to another. After blazing the charts with Rita Ora on the hit-song “Black Widow,” Iggy Azalea collaborates with another blondee bombshell on her new single “Heavy Crown.” First previewed in the movie trailer Kingsman: The Secret Service, fans can now preview a new snippet of Iggy’s record with U.K. star Ellie Goulding.

The record is set to appear on Azalea’s Reclassfied LP, due Nov. 24. Along with seven songs off her debut album The New Classic, five new tracks with be included on the new retail release, with features from Jennifer Hudson and Mø. The Aussie rapper is also set to perform at this year’s American Music Awards on November 23, where she leads all nominees. Get a preview of “Heavy Crown” and another song “We In This Bi**h” below.

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California and Atlanta connect on the song “Andale,” the new single by Problem. With help from Lil’ Jon, the left coast rapper turns the party up over a Ruff Ryders 1999-classic, sampled by produced Jahlil Beats. Available for purchase now on iTunes, stream the riot starter below.

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B.o.B stays true to his Atlanta roots on “Candler Road Sh*t.” Featuring fellow ATLien Bankroll Fresh, Bobby Ray flexes through the streets of Decatur, which the song title draws its name from. The Hustle Gang rapper is currently prepping the release of his fourth solo LP due in early 2015.

Stream and download below.

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Here’s another one plucked from DJ Kay Slay’s upcoming The Original Man mixtape, which arrives on Tuesday. For this song, New Yorkers Maino, Raekwon, Jim Jones and Tony Yayo ride over a remake of Biggie “What’s Beef.”

Produced by Gotti Gator.

Listen to the track below…


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