Ludacris borrows a beat from his ol’ friend Tity Boi for another warm-up remix until Ludaversal drops — the rapper’s next full length album set for March 31. Before that, Cris is set to release his Burning Bridges EP in Decmember.

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Taking a break from his group obligations, Migos member Take Off drops a new street cut for lovers of the trap sound in “What Move Would U Make.” Produced by Murda, the song features another of Atlanta’s buzzworthy rapper’s in PeeWee Longway. Listen below as Migos are prepping their upcoming Streets on Lock 4 mixtape with Rich the Kid.

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The World Wide Web can be your worst enemy or your best friend. Unfortunately for the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards the Internets was the the devil today. Though, it’s always pre-taped—the winners usually stay under wraps (for the most part) until the airing. However, someone on the digital team accidentally posted the entire show’s winners on BET.com. There’s still plenty reasons to tune in, but for those that can’t wait…

Hosted by Snoop Dogg, make sure to watch the showc tonight at 8 p.m. ET on BET.

Check out the full list of winners below…



In the age of Serato — what does A-Trak cop when he goes record shopping these days? While we would be fools to think that guys like this still spend all their time diggin’ in the crates, the purists know that vinyl will never completely go away. From wiping the dust off your latest find to wasting away hours at record hubs like Ameoba music, there’s something that gets every turntablist when he steps into a record shop. In a new interview clip, check out what A-Trak finds on his latest trip to a West Coast goldmine.

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Utilizing a sample of Aaliyah’s “At Your Best,” Tamar Braxton releases a new single with help from Future. Lending his now unmistakable, studio engineered “crooning,” the ATLien gives the record some added flare.

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Throwing it back to the VHS days, YG and Teefli throw a West Coast party just like Snoop and Dre did in the ’90s. Calling over a gang of ladies and a few close homies, the 400 posse lounges poolside and pours up drinks as the Cali sun beams down.

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After taking us deep into the 36 Chambers with Ghostface Killah and Danny Brown on “Six Degrees,” Toronto jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD hop across the border as they link up with Detroit’s own Black Milk for “Now Or Never.” Deviating from what you’d normally expect from both names, the track finds Milk flexing his double-time flow over dark, industrial production, otherwise known as “midnight on the corner rap.” This is the second single off Converse’s upcoming compilation, CONS EP Vol. 2.

Listen to “Now or Never” below…



Fueling the wrassle rap trend in hip-hop, Surf School’s John Sparkz, and Ryan Fionda are back with the 2nd single off their collaborative EP Forever Madness: The Randy Savage EP. As another big wrestlin’ fan, Smoke DZA joins producer Audible Doctor on the Ric Flair themed song.

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Here’s a bit of great news for Louis C.K. fans worldwide. It looks like FX has officially picked up his television show Louie for a fifth season. According to Hollywood Reporter, FX Networks and FX Productions CEO John Landgraf announced a seven-episode fifth season of Louie earlier today. Set to air next Spring, Landgraf applauded the Emmy nominated show and assured viwerers there would be no delays in season 5 (Louie Season 4 Finale Recap: Love Overflow).

“Louie’s fourth season was once again groundbreaking,” said Landgraf. “Sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking – always thought-provoking. The show went to narrative and cinematic places no comedy has gone before, and we look forward to seeing what Louis comes up with next.”

Watch highlights from season 4 below…



I’m literally just sitting at my computer, laughing out loud at this song’s hook. The Migos really refuse to be forgotten about and left in the wind. The streets want their simple raps and the ATL trio deliver on a weekly basis. “England” also features affiliated rapper Foolie.

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