The highly anticipated album from The Game now has a release date, as fans can look forward to The Documentary 2 dropping on September 25. He revealed the news about the sequel to his debut album on social media, sharing the artwork and posting a message about how much it means to him to finally put out this record. The cover was shot by Jonathan Mannion.

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It’s a Brooklyn and West Coast connection for Maino’s new freestyle, in which he borrows a Dr. Dre classic for his bars. You can probably guess which 2001 banger he rocks by the title (see: “What’s The Difference”), giving it that East Coast stamp of approval.

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If the random links of comedy, shocking and somewhat cringe-worthy stories that see you on Facebook weren’t enough this week — we’ve got you covered. There were plenty outrageous headlines that caught our eye over the last 7 days. Take a look at what you may have missed in the world of news and entertainment this week. –JR Swish

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The death of Sean Price is still resonating deep through the hip-hop community and Duck Down has been doing their part to keep the legacy of Ruck alive. They recently just put together a tribute video for the veteran rapper, comprised of past interview clips, photographs, music videos and behind-the-scenes footage to give fans who weren’t too aware of Sean P a glimpse of how he was during his time on earth.

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Eric and Jeff aka Yung Meyer and Yung Bugsy hosted another insightful episode of their podcast A Waste of Time. This week Chromeo’s Dave 1 sat down for dinner with the fellas for dinner and conversation.

Our guest this week is no stranger to the Upper West Side: Dave 1, lead singer of Chromeo, joins us to talk about his time at Columbia University, what it meant re-introducing Juicy J to New York City, and why Bryan Adams is Canada’s Dr. Dre. We also discussed the time A-Trak stole our Tupperware, Dave’s issues with the movie The Wolfpack, and when exactly the last time he wore a hat was. All that, plus Cam’ron, Drake, Solange, and how in the world Jason Derulo ended up on his iPod.

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Baby Pun pays tribute to the late Sean Price with a tongue twisting freestyle over “RIP!” Young Chris Rivers is one of the stars of the new generation of spittas determined to keep rap raw.

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(Yes. It’s Tom Hardy catching the holy ghost of Wu-Tang’s “C.R.E.A.M.”)

Miss Info: These are the moments when you scream out to the heavens…Thank you, Internets!
I’ve made no secret of my awkward obsession with actor Tom Hardy. I’ve extolled his virtues on this blog (like this Bane fashion analysis). I’ve sat through weak plots and corny dialogue to support his films (for example, The Drop, which was unoriginal. The only good thing about the movie was Tom Hardy with an adorable pitbull puppy. I’m even going to watch the poorly-reviewed, straight-to-ondemand Child 44 just to see Hardy tackle a Russian accent). And I’ve urged all my friends to go see Mad Max:Fury Road, and Peaky Blinders, and Warrior. But I had no idea that all this time, Tom was performing Dubsmash rap videos of Action Bronson, Wu-Tang Clan, 50 Cent, etc. with his friend and stunt double Jacob Tomuri. Thank you, Jacob, and thank you, Vulture, for ending my week with this gift!

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In conjunction with the release of the new 2016 Scion iA, our friend Eddie Huang scooped up Cam’ron, Prince Paul, Vince Staples, and Stevie Lee to hit the AV All-Purpose Show. During their cruise, the fellas chopped it up about every day life.

Eddie starts things off (literally) with the push of a button—the iA has dope standard features, like the push-start and 7” touchscreen display (with optional navigation). He scoops up plenty of notables, like one of hip hop’s most iconic DJs/producers, Prince Paul (think Stetsasonic, Boogie Down Productions, Big Daddy Kane and De La Soul) with his son, DJ P. Forreal; musicians Vince Staples and Stevie Lee; and rapper Cam’ron, giving them all a small ride-along to soak in the iA’s vibes.

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Nas and Oprah Winfrey connected a recent screen event for the OWN network’s upcoming series Belief. The mini series documents intense and unbelievable spiritual journeys told through the eyes of the believers. While making small talk, the two shared some laughs and flicks for the paparazzi.

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Despite and early leak, it looks like The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind The Madness will be doing numbers during its first week at retailers. Powered by the smash singles “Often,” “Earned It,” and “Can’t Feel My Face,” the Canadian is enjoying his most commercial successful project to date.

Beauty Behind The Madness features cameos from Labrinth, Lana Del Rey, Ed Sheeran and more

The Weeknd’s album can be purchased on iTunes now.

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