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Post Malone’s debut album is set to arrive later this year. One week after debuting his new single “Go Flex,” the “White Iverson” rapper returns with its official video directed by James DeFina and Chris Verona. The sizzling video finds Post playing with the guitar while smoking, showing off all his gold before a final scene with shooting flames and a spiked baseball bat.

‘Go Flex’ is really just about stuntin, showing you got the sauce,” Post tells FADER, who premiered the video. “It’s just about going out with your friends, turning up, feeling super cool.”

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Tim Westwood’s endless supply of throwback freestyles may actually outlive me. Seriously, I think he’ll never ever run out of these things. This week, the U.K. staple brings back one with Eminem and D-12 from 2004.

Here’s another one you might have missed in the past.

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In his latest role, Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as Eric Snowden, the famed NSA whistleblower. Directed and co-written by Oliver Stone, the upcoming spy thriller follows Snowden’s journey from the military to the CIA as he discovers the hidden truth about the government’s mass surveillance programs. You’ll probably be happy to turn your phone off in the theater out of pure paranoia.

Snowden also stars Shailene Woodley, Zachary Quinto, Nicolas Cage, Tom Wilkinson, Rhys Ifans, Timothy Olyphant and Keith Stanfield. The film slides into theaters on September 16.

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Dr. Dre made two surprise appearances during the second and final weekend of Coachella 2016 earlier this month: first with Ice Cube and the rest of N.W.A, then he joined his Aftermath protégé Anderson .Paak on stage the following day. In this new mini documentary dubbed All In a Day’s Work — the same name as Dre and .Paak’s Compton collaboration — Beats by Dre takes us behind-the-scenes of the pair’s memorable performance.

The five-minute film follows .Paak as he meets with Dre and successfully persuades him to perform with him. From there, the pair knuckle down to a few high-energy rehearsals while reflecting on their relationship. “The artists I like to work with are people who you know their voice from the first syllable,” says Dre. “Soon as [Anderson] opens his mouth you gonna know it’s him…And he’s coming with his voice, his delivery, his energy, he seems like an old soul.”

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Prince performing “Purple Rain” with Beyoncé at the 2004 Grammys

Just days after releasing her new album LEMONADE, Beyoncé kicked off her Formation world tour at Miami’s Marlins Park last night. As well as performing songs off her latest LP for the first time, Mrs. Carter couldn’t let the show pass without paying tribute to the late, great Prince, who tragically passed away last week. Bey, who performed with Prince at the 2004 Grammys, lead a “Purple Rain” sing-along with the crowd in front of a huge purple screen. She also performed her cover of “Nasty Girl” by Vanity 6, the female group assembled by Prince in the early ’80s.

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N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN are making waves in the rap podcast world with big episode after big episode. Already approaching their 6th show, the fellas had KRS One on last week for a nice change of pace. The Blastmaster dropped some insightful gems on his views about the rap game and the future of our culture. You’re really going to want to pay attention to this one.

Also, the Drinkchamps podcast have Memphis Bleek on this week, who came through with some incredible Roc-A-Fella stories. That episode drops tomorrow, but we have some hilarious preview clips after the jump.

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Lil’ Durk is back with his double cupp filled to the top, and no f*cks to give what anyone has to think about the contents of his Styrofoam. Directed by Zae and Jerry Productions, Durk lives large in sunny California with a few exotic cars at his disposable in the “Mud” video. Durk’s 2X project is set be released on May 1st.

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Skip Bayless made a huge announcement this week as he revealed that he is leaving ESPN. After 12 years with the sports network, his last appearance on First Take will happen after the NBA finals. It appears as if Bayless is heading to Fox.

“I do want to thank the many people who responded by social media yesterday. Much love, even to the haters. But most of all, I want to thank this man sitting across from me for all he has done for me, and I’m gonna shake his hand, and I’m gonna tell him what I told him off the air last Friday: I love you, man. And that is from the bottom of my heart,” said Bayless

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With a title like 3001: A Laced Odyssey, it’s only right that Flatbush Zombies’ debut album gets a thorough stream of visuals. Having already given “Bounce” and “This Is It” their own visual makeovers, the Brooklyn trio return with a dual video for “Smoke Break” and “Fly Away” — however, it isn’t all high-go-lucky.

While “Smoke Break” sees Erick Arc Elliott and Zombie Juice smoking in the woods and praising the medicinal and spiritual benefits of Mary Jane, “Fly Away” flips the script as Meechy Darko delves into the darker side of doja. “I’m getting high everyday/Will suicide end the pain?” he ponders as he wanders the same woods at night.

3001: A Laced Odyssey is out now.

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Originally intended to be released in 2002, J Dilla’s The Diary album finally saw the light of day when it dropped two weeks ago via Mass Appeal Records. Snoop Dogg, Bilal, Pete Rock, Bink!, Hi-Tek, Nottz, and more make contributions on the LP, and now the Madlib-produced “The Sickness” featuring Nas gets an official video.

Directed by Ruffmercy, watch the vibrant and animated clip below. The Diary is available for purchase now on iTunes.

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