J. Cole’s inaugural Dreamville Festival was set to take place last weekend on September 15. Sadly, due to Hurricane Florence impacting the Carolinas, the event had to be cancelled. A week after delivering the bad news, a new rescheduled date has been announced.

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Young Dolph opens up his wallet in the music video, “Break the Bank.” The Memphis rapper’s new album Role Model is out everywhere today. Hours after releasing the project, Dolph returns with a visual for the boastful record featuring Offset of the Migos. With heaps of cash, strippers, and fancy cars, watch Dolph and Set enjoy their riches below.

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Ella Mai is ready to bring the masses into her world. On Friday (Sept. 21), the R&B singer announced her self-titled debut album. Along with unveiling its album cover, the U.K. native reveals Ella Mai will drop on October 12. Available for pre-order now on iTunes, the 16-track LP is lead by the smash-hit “Boo’d Up” and its successful follow-up “Trip.”

Fans can catch Ella Mai as supporting act on Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic World Tour” finale, performing on select dates starting Oct. 4 in Brooklyn, NY.

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Machine Gun Kelly just released his new project entitled Binge today (Sept. 21), a nine-track EP. The Cleveland rapper/actor returns just hours after the EP was made available everywhere, with a music video for the song “Lately.” The dark, tripped-out visual finds MGK battling with demons and grim thoughts. Featuring an appearance by 24Hrs, get the project now on iTunes.

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Earlier this week, Wiz Khalifa and Lil’ Skies debuted their Cole Bennett-directed “Fr Fr” music video. The two continued their promo run of the record with an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday (Sept. 20), where they performed the record for the first-time together on late-night television. Taking things to the outdoor stage on Kimmel, watch the performance below.

Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 album is out now.

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Jessie Reyez has been teasing her upcoming Being Human In Public EP by slowly dropping a new record leading up to its release. Following “Fuck Being Friends” earlier this month, the Toronto singer doesn’t hold back, getting a lot of steam off and talking that realest stuff she’s ever written on “Dear Yessie.” With various beat switches throughout the three-minute song, hear it below.

Two more songs remain before the full EP will be available to the fans.

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Young Dolph returns with his second project of 2018, Role Model. After the EP N****s Get Shot Everyday, the Memphis rapper steps it up a notch with a full-length LP. Songs like “Major” and “By Mistake” make the final cut. Snoop Dogg, Offset of Migos, Kash Doll and more make guest appearances on the album, out now on iTunes.

Hear it in its entirety below.

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Thanks to his rap battle with Eminem, all eyes are currently on Machine Gun Kelly. The Cleveland rager takes a break from his beef with Slim Shady, by dropping a new project. Binge is a nine-track EP, lead by heavy Eminem diss-track “Rap Devil.” Developing into a crossover success on the pop radio over the past few years, MGK caters to his hardcore rap with this new collection of music. Singer 24Hrs serves as the lone guest appearance, lending his auto-tuned vocals on the song “SIGNS.”

Out now on iTunes, stream Binge below.

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Lupe Fiasco celebrated his freedom from the majors and beginning as an independent artist last year with the album, DROGAS Light. The Chicago lyricist now delivers the follow-up, DROGAS WAVE. Originally set to drop next week, Lupe pushes the album’s release ahead one week. Teased since 2017, DROGAS WAVE is a 24-song body of work. Artists like Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley and Nikki Jean make guest appearances on the project, out now on iTunes.

Hear DROGAS WAVE below.

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Suge Knight was sentenced to 28 years in prison, after pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter in L.A. County Superior Court on Thursday (Sept. 20). The 53-year-old former Death Row Records CEO was accused in January 2015 of running over two men, killing one of them, Terry Carter, after a confrontation on the set of the movie biopic Straight Outta Compton. Knight will get credit for time served while awaiting trial, around 3 1/2 years. The Compton native will also be on parole for three years after his prison sentence.

TMZ reports Knight’s sentence is stiffer than a normal voluntarily manslaughter charge due to his prior felony conviction in 1997. Of total 28 years, five years were added due to Carter’s killing being deemed a “serious and violent” felony. An additional year was also added because the SUV truck Suge was driving is considered a deadly weapon.

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