Project Pat aligns with his younger Taylor Gang brethren and Wale in the “Twerk” video, which, as you guessed it features a bunch of scantily clad chicks gyrating and thrusting about. Featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa and Wale — consider this as your midday pick-me-up.


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Lil Bibby and Lil Herb have come a long way from the cold, harsh streets of Chicago. 3 Little Digs recently caught up with the rising rookies during a studio session down in Atlanta, where they talked about their Styles/Jada-esque chemistry and the possibility of a joint project happening. The clip also includes a snippet of a new Bibby and Herb collaboration called “Ain’t Heard About You,” which they just finished the night before.

Watch below…



Baltimore in 2015: get off that corner, and get into an Uber. That’s what A$AP Ant is one these days anyway. The Marino Gang/A$AP Mob rapper brings Soduh and Ice along for a new age dopeboy song about finessin’ and using the handy car service to evade the narcs.

Listen to “Uber” below…


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Pitchfork has announced the lineup for its 2015 Music Festival, which descends on Chicago’s Union Park on Friday July 17 until Sunday July 19. The three-day event will be headlined by Chance The Rapper, Sleater-Kinney and Wilco, with iLoveMakonnen, A$AP Ferg, Vic Mensa, Run The Jewels, Vince Staples and Madlib and Freddie Gibbs also on the bill. Tickets are on sale now.

Check out the full lineup below…


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To commemorate the recent and tragic passing of their beloved founder, A$AP Mob is gearing up to release this official A$AP Yams tribute t-shirt. Available in black, the tee features a portrait of Yams with the words “Rest In Peace” in Pen & Pixel-style font. The shirt is available to pre-order now via the A$AP Mob online store.

R.I.P. A$AP Yams.

Listen to DJ Nick’s “Best of A$AP Worldwide/Yamborghini Records” tribute mix below…



Kid Ink’s major-label sophomore album Full Speed is out now. Those who head to Best Buy will receive a special edition of the album that includes three bonus songs. On Sunday afternoon leading up to the GRAMMYs, the L.A. rapper dropped one of those songs titled “Show Must Go On.”

Featuring Machine Gun Kelly and Math Allen listen below and head here to buy the Best Busy edition.

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A pair of Bronx defenders, Kumar Rao and Ryan Napoli, found themselves fighting for their jobs after appearing in Uncle Murda’s “Hands Up” video. According to the Village Voice “at least one attorney who appeared in a controversial rap video has resigned from his position with the Bronx Defenders, a legal nonprofit that represents indigent clients in New York City.”

The video depicts explicit imagery of violence between young Black men between and the NYPD. However, do you feel the defenders were wrong for appearing in the video? They claim they didn’t know there would be violent scenes, but let us know what you think in the comments section.

“Kumar Rao submitted a letter of resignation this afternoon, according to his attorney. Meanwhile, NY1 reporter Dean Meminger has reported on Twitter that another attorney who was involved with and appeared in the video, Ryan Napoli, likewise resigned from the group. NY1 also reports that the organization’s executive director, Robin Steinberg, has been suspended for 60 days without pay.”

Read more after the jump…



Don’t even begin to suspect that Waka Flocka’s rap career is “OVA.” Flame is gunning to regain his spot atop of Atlanta’s trap throne, and is bringing some familiar names along with him. His latest add-to-my-workout-playlist song features Migos’ Offset and Ca$h Out.

Waka has his EDM endeavors in motion all while cooking up his I Can’t Rap Vol. 2 mixtape.

Listen to the record below…


The quest to nail the perfect Super Bowl ad can prove to be both highly successful and disastrous. And, last night was no exception. While some companies attempted to touch your heart — others relied on the celebrity aspect (and still failed). Take a look back at some of the most talked about ad and trailers and let us know what you think in the newly reopened comments section.

Watch the commercials and movie trailers below…



After the Patriots took home the 2015 Super Bowl Championship last night, Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart had a showdown of their own. It was a Lip Syncing battle royale for the ages as the fellas set it off to hits by Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson, Idina Menzel and more. In short — the winner was Will.

Watch the clip below…


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