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Blueface’s club anthem “Thotiana” reached a new peak this week, rising to No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Last month, the rising L.A. rapper dropped a remix to his undeniable banger featuring YG. After Nicki Minaj released her own take on the record, Blueface returns with a new remix. Teased over the past few weeks, the Cardi B version is here for fans to enjoy. With Cole Bennett behind the lens, Blueface and Cardiana bring the fun and antics in their feel good music video.

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Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y’s 2009 joint album came out last week, featuring appearances by Ty Dolla $ign and Problem. Currently on tour across North America in support of the project, Khalifa and Spitta drop the first music video off the album “Forever Ball.” Hoodied up and enjoying the finest smoke, watch the performance visual below.

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Gangster Doodles, aka hip-hop illustrator Marlon Sassy, is following up his awesome 2017 book with a compilation album called Gangster Music Vol. 1. The project, dropping on March 1, features new music from KAYTRANADA, Max B, Jonwayne, Quelle Chris, Blu and more. Sassy’s biggest coup, though, is a collaboration between the elusive, legendary Madlib and his brother Oh No called “Big Whips,” which comes complete with an equally dope video that places Pink Panther in the hood.

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The Social Experiment’s Peter Cottontale came through with the perfect Valentine’s Day gift yesterday: a video for “Forever Always,” his lovey dovey collaboration with Chance The Rapper, Daniel Caesar, Rex Orange County, YEBBA and Madison Ryan Ward. Out of the stacked lineup, only Peter makes an appearance in the A Weird Life Films-directed clip, while the rest of the video is consumed by love of all different kinds. Even if Valentine’s Day really isn’t your thing, this video is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

Stay tuned for Peter Cottontale’s debut album coming this Spring.

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In the latest episode of their Deconstructed series, Genius revisits a classic hip-hop song with a legendary hip-hop producer. Ahead of its 20th anniversary later this month, Mannie Fresh breaks down the making of Juvenile’s 1998 hit “Back That Azz Up,” walking us through each individual element while explaining how Ice-T, UGK and The Showboys influenced the song. Despite sounding relatively simple, Mannie actually went through a meticulous process to make the beat — and the result was nothing short of magic.

“20 years ago, ‘Back That Azz Up’ coming out, that was the introduction to bounce music to the world,” Mannie says. “A lot of people don’t know, it was met with, ‘Nah, maybe the world not ready for it.’ Like, we get it. This New Orleans, we get it.’ Fast forward 20 years later, it stood the test of time.”

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John Legend takes us to church on his new single, “Preach.” Featuring punchy production from Grammy-winning hit maker Greg Kurstin (Kendrick Lamar “LOVE,” Adele “Hello”), the G.O.O.D. Music crooner spreads the gospel of love. However, he also urges to turn these words into action: “I can’t just preach, baby, preach.”

“I grew up in the church and one of the things we talked about was loving our neighbors as we love ourselves,” John Legend explained on Instagram. “My preacher told me that our neighbor wasn’t just the person that lives next door to you but other people whom you might not even know.”

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Juicy J has no time for the fakers on his new single, “Let Me See.” Over the production of Tay Keith, the Memphis rapper is only here for the real people and big payouts. On the record, Juicy J is joined by Kevin Gates and Lil’ Skies. The track is Juicy’s first since last year’s “Neighbor” with G.O.O.D. Music’s Travis Scott.

UPDATE: Official music video added. Watch the office-themed visual below.

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Young M.A celebrates Valentine’s Day by releasing a new song and music video, “Stubborn Ass.” The visual co-stars model Bernice Burgos, as the two go through the highs and lows of a relationship. With infidelity in question, the on-screen couple end up venting their issues during a therapy session. In the end, all works out between the two lovers. Watch and stream Young M.A’s latest offering below.

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Sadly, the last news surrounding Lil’ Uzi Vert was the announcement last month that he’s retiring. No additional details have surfaced since, but fans can enjoy a previously unreleased video for “Left Right” with Playboi Carti. Uploaded by director Meezy on Thursday night (Feb. 14), the video was shot in 2016 ahead of the pair’s long-awaited 16.29 joint album that still hasn’t seen the light of day. Filmed in a laneway, watch Vert and Carti show off their dance moves in front of a pricey BMW.

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Following Quavo and Takeoff, Offset is finally ready to release his debut solo project. Announced earlier this week, the Migos rapper’s upcoming full-length studio LP is set to drop on February 22. Ahead of its release, Offset premieres the music video for its lead single “Red Room.”

Leaked back in November, the official audio is also out now on iTunes and all streaming platforms. Directed by Aisultan Seitov, watch “Red Room” below.

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