Lil’ Boosie’s “TD2CH” nationwide tour pulled into the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana on Saturday night. Marking Boosie’s first time touching a stage in his home state since being released from prison, Bad Azz reached out to another southern heavyweight to join him. Young Jeezy made a special appearance, as the two performed their 2009-collaboration “Better Believe It.”

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To celebrate Easter Sunday and the official smokers holiday in 4/20, Gucci Mane and Young Thug release their long-awaited collaborative mixtape Young Thugga La Flare. The Trap God and Atlanta’s newest sensation give fans 13 free songs, including appearances from Migos’ Takeoff, and PeeWee Longway.

Hosted by DJ Holiday, stream and download Young Thugga Mane La Flare below.

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2014 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival - Weekend 2 - Day 2

After a star-studded set during weekend one of the Coachella Music & Arts Festival last week, Pharrell showed on Saturday night the surprises were endless. Returning for Coachella’s second weekend, The Neptunes hitmaker had fans wondering how he would follow up the previous week’s show which included appearances from Diddy, Busta Rhymes, Nelly, Gwen Stefani, Snoop Dogg, and Diplo.

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On April 19, 1994, Nas blessed hip-hop fans with what would become a timeless classic in his debut album Illmatic. Two decades later, Nah Right and UPNORTHTRIPS celebrate the 20-year-anniversary today with a tribute mixtape #Illmatic20. Curated by Ev Boogie from UPNORTHTRIPS, Amir of Blame The Label, Nah Right Features Editor Stan Ipcus and The Vinylcologist, the 14-track mixtape features contributions from the new faces of New York’s rap scene, each paying homage to the Queensbridge-native.

Al-Doe, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, Troy Ave, Bodega Bamz, YC The Cynic, Denzil Porter, Smoke DZA, Doley Bernays, Timeless Truth, Euro League, Pete from Bi***es Is Crazy, The Incomparable Shakespeare, and SHIRT, all make appearances on the project you can stream and download below.

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Returning to the NBA Playoffs for the first-time in five years, the Toronto Raptors opened their first-round series against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday afternoon. Sitting front and center at the game was Raptors Global Ambassador, Drake. Going into the third quarter, Drizzy sat with Canada’s TSN broadcast team during the game, where he took the time to mention former Brooklyn Nets minority owner, and fellow rapper JAY Z.

This [Raptors] is the people’s team. Jay is somewhere eating a fondue plate…’s our time, we got to keep it competitive,” said Drake, who Jay recently responded to on Jay Electronica’s “We Made It” freestyle for his comments in GQ Magazine.

The full video can be viewed over at TSN, but below you can check out a fan-captured clip.

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Borrowing an old Biggie line, Brooklyn’s Flatbush Zombies re-up their BetterOffDEAD mixtape cut for the latest offering in their weekly #DayoftheDead music series. “My Team Supreme 2.0″ borrows Erick Arc Elliott’s same spine-chilling beat — the original track in its entirety, in fact — but this new version features two head-spinning verses from Bodega BAMZ and Zombie Juice to make the cypher complete. The Zombies’ It’s All a Matter of Perspective EP is coming soon.

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Jay Electronica + Twitter + alcohol = truth, hilarity and awesome-ness.

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It’s approaching two years since the release of Control System and, yeah, the world needs a new Ab-Soul project. The Black Lip Pastor and TDE CEO Anthony Tiffith have both been teasing his forthcoming album on Twitter lately, promising a title and release date announcement will soon come. But tonight we’ve got the next best thing: a new track from Soulo. Following a string of guest verses in these early stages of 2014, the Black Hippy returns with “Tree of Life.”

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(Grantland's amazing Illmatic infographic. Click here to enlarge)

(Grantland‘s amazing Illmatic infographic. Click here to enlarge)

Tomorrow officially marks the 20th anniversary of Nas’ classic/iconic/timeless (insert every synonym here) debut album, but really, April as a whole has been a celebration of Illmatic — and rightly so. The Queensbridge poet has dropped the Illmatic XX reissue, debuted his Time Is Illmatic documentary and performed his album in full at Coachella alongside fellow New York legends Jay Z and Diddy.

The rap internets have been pretty busy, too, and on the eve of this very special occasion, we decided to compile the best features, interviews and even infographics (see above) from around the web to help you celebrate 20 years of Illmatic right.

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I’ve never been good at acknowledging the passing of time. We’ve never celebrated an anniversary here at MissInfo.TV. I’ve never felt comfortable doing week-long, self-congratulatory birthday tours. I have no idea how long I’ve worked at Hot 97. And I’m terrible at corroborating albums and release years. Is it a fear of change or a symptom of a disorganized mind? Yes, yup. But as a result, yesterday can feel like ancient history, and what I felt 20 years ago… is a room right next door.

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