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Late last month, Fetty Wap surprised fans with the mixtape Zoovier, hosted by DJ Big L 4 Eva. The “Trap Queen” rapper, who has been on a tear recently with new music releases, keeps it coming with a remix of Future’s hit-song “Wicked.” Called “ZooGang Freestyle,” Fetty, Monty and DJ Big L 4 Eva round up the homies for an official video where they join the “Mannequin Challenge” viral craze.

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After giving a response to J. Cole’s “False Prophets” over the weekend, Wale returned with a freestyle over the Nas classic “Nas Is Like.” 24 hours later, Folarin gives the freestyle an official music video directed by Chop Mosley & Big Vic.

In the black-and-white clip, Wale braves the east coast weather, strolling down a deserted street with a blunt and bottle in hand while getting his bars off.

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TDE didn’t give Ab-Soul a lot of time to promote his new album DWTW when they announced the December 9 release date for it the start of the week, but the Black Lip Pastor is using each new day wisely to ramp up the excitement. After sharing the album’s tracklisting yesterday, Soulo returns with yet another new song (and video) off his long-awaited LP. Don’t do drugs, kids.

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Childish Gambino recently updated his PHAROS Earth app with a virtual reality video of him performing “Me and Your Mama” — the lead single from his newly released album Awaken, My Love! — during his Joshua Tree festival earlier this year. For those that don’t have the app, you can now enjoy ‘Bino’s performance in all its colorful, tribal, virtual reality glory on YouTube below.

This isn’t the only VR experience Gambino has in store for us: he’s also releasing a limited edition “virtual reality vinyl” of his new album next year. Pre-orders are available here.

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RiFF RaFF definitely should have dropped this on Halloween, but better late than never I suppose. With his Balloween album out now, Jody Highroller shoots his own twisted horror movie with Skepta in the video “Back From the Dead,” which is filled with all kinds of nightmarish imagery.

RiFF RaFF recently announced new Kanye-inspired album called The White West (no comment), dropping next summer.

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Kamaiyah put a fun twist on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s opening intro for her “I’m On” music video. Join in the fun with young K and the fam after the jump.

The Bay Area artist’s mixtape, A Good Night In the Ghetto, is available for download on her official site now.

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Showtime At The Apollo made its grand re-entrance to the world last night (Dec 6) with host Steve Harvey. They ran a pre-taped two hour special with special guests like Tracy Morgan, George Lopez, Mike Epps and more. Along with their coveted emerging talent showcase, Ja Rule & Ashanti and Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals rocked the spot.

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Kodak Black released his first new song/video since his return from jail a few days ago. While he still has a sexual assualt trial looming, the Florida rapper got right back to work where he left off with directer Yung Mik3 for the “There He Go” visuals.

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6lack is a name you’ll soon be familiar with, if you aren’t already. The Atlanta talent has already released some well recieved records on his first project, but he’s just getting started. After the jump, watch his new video for the Future remix “Ex Calling.”

His debut project Free 6Lack is available on on iTunes now.

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J. Cole’s new album 4 Your Eyez Only arrives this Friday via Dreamville Records/Roc Nation. On Monday night (Dec. 5), Cole World’s team and label unveiled the 10-song track list which like the platinum-selling 2014 Forest Hills Drive LP, has no features. One thing fans immediately noticed was the omission of “False Prophets” and “Everybody Dies,” two records the North Carolina MC debuted in the 40-minute documentary Eyez.

Never the one to leave his loyal fans hanging, J. Cole drops both songs in studio quality form on iTunes along with their accompanying music videos from the documentary now on YouTube. Both songs created quite the controversy last week, as many believe “False Prophets” was directed at Kanye West and Wale, while “Everybody Dies” was aimed at Lil’ Yachty and Lil’ Uzi Vert. This past weekend, Lil Yachty gave his thoughts on Cole’s subliminal and Wale responded with the song “Groundhog’s Day.”

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