French Montana’s Mac & Cheese 4 sophomore album is still on the way. As the DJ Mustard-produced “Don’t Panic” runs the clubs, the Bronx rapper returns to the streets on “Suicide.” Dealing with paranoia, Montana goes into storytelling mode, telling a tale from the dark surroundings those from the street life can relate to.

Mac & Cheese 4 is due in November via Interscope Records

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Sisqo is back, heading straight to the clubs in the video “A-List.” The Dru Hill singer is the life of the party, showing off his dance moves while enjoying the company of various women. Waka Flocka Flame joins in the fun on the dance floor, as the song if off Sisqo’s The Last Dragon LP due

Previously: Sisqo Feat. Waka Flocka Flame – “A-List”


Can’t get enough of music’s most powerful couple? There’s more to come around the corner according to reports. Beyoncé and Jay Z are working on a joint album. On Tuesday afternoon, DJ Skee revealed on DASH Radio that the pair have a collaborative project on the way, inspired by their recent “On the Run” stadium tour. While they’ve done hit records together, most recently “Drunk In Love” off Beyoncé’s self-titled LP, this will be their first album together.

The couple just wrapped up their “On the Run” tour in Paris, France, that will debut on HBO September 20 at 9 p.m. EST.

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Former New York Knicks great John Starks appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable on Tuesday afternoon. Along with speaking on his classic dunk over Michael Jordan, and how he proposed to his wife, Starks touched on The Notorious B.I.G.’s Life After Death-classic “I Got a Story to Tell.”

On the Buckwild, Chucky Thompson & Puff Daddy-produced song, Biggie raps braggadocious about robbing a New York Knicks player that stood 6’5″ tall. For decades many have debated as to who that player was, many suggesting John Starks was the unknown victim. Fast forward to Tuesday afternoon, where ESPN’s Bomani Jones asked Starks about the record. While 6’2″ Starks says the record was not about him, he does know who the King of New York was referring to, though he won’t reveal the person’s identity.

BONUS: Which Member Of The Knicks Did Biggie Rob On “Story To Tell”? (The Urban Daily)

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kanye west australia

By now we’ve all seen Kanye West scream at the top of his lungs about how he’s the next Steve Jobs or Walt Disney, but his mid-show speech in Brisbane, Australia last night was… different. Amidst controversy surrounding a recent wheelchair incident (recap: he asked every member of the audience to stand up, and after confusion surrounding two handicapped fans he didn’t realize were unable to stand, the show continued), Mr. West hit back at the media for unnecessarily sensationalizing the story and intentionally slandering his character.

The interlude almost felt like a casual conversation between Kanye and the crowd as he vented his frustration with reading biased reports about himself, at one point pleading, “take a step back for a second and look at this: I’m a married Christian man with a family.” However, perhaps Ye’s most powerful statement came when he asked the audience, “How many people here ever heard one of my songs on their way to work or they heard it and it made them feel better?” And as “Spaceships” instantly enters our minds, we’re reminded that Kanye, the kid from Chicago who made music to help us get through our shitty day, is still in there somewhere behind that diamond-encrusted mask.

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diplo skrillex jack u

EDM titans Diplo and Skrillex are back with the latest single as part of their supergroup, Jack U, which they formed last year. Premiered by BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe, “Take U There” is an expectedly energetic and erratic banger featuring the vocals of singer Keisza. While there’s still no word on whether we can expect a Watch The Throne-style album from Diplo and Skrillex, the pair just announced they’ll be performing a special New Year’s Eve show at Madison Square Garden on December 31. Tickets are available here.

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big krit see me on top vol 4

While it looks like his upcoming album, Cadillactica, will remain in major label limbo by the time his Pay Attention tour gets underway next month, Big K.R.I.T. gives us the next best thing: a surprise new mixtape. Ensuring his fans have new music for the road this fall, the Def Jam rapper releases the fourth installment in his early See Me On Top series, which actually predates his 2010 breakthrough mixtape, K.R.I.T. Wuz Here. The 22-track project includes appearances from Rick Ross, A$AP Ferg, Juicy J, Fabolous and Yo Gotti.

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Despite his reality show never getting off the ground, Shawty Lo isn’t done with the rap world just yet. Gearing up to release his forthcoming mixtape King of Bankhead on September 17th, the former D4L rapper nabs Ricky Rozay and Lil’ Boosie for “Exotic.” On the track, the fellas talk shop about their love for foreign items.

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Expect some insane sneakerheads to be caught trying to rob your local party supply store at the end of the month. One Halloween manufacturer just recieved the rights from Universal to reproduce some “Marty Mcfly” replica sneakers as a costume.

Obviously, someone at the company had their eyes on the sneaker blogs when they came up with this idea. The Air Mag inspired kicks do look pretty onpoint but to think they will be as good as Nike’s version—you’re dead wrong.

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rich homie quan metro boomin

While Mike WiLL Made It remains the most recognizable hit maker out of Atlanta, Metro Boomin is right on his heels. At just 21 (officially, as of today), the young producer has worked with a laundry list of current stars, from Future (“Honest“) and 2 Chainz (“Crib In My Closet“) to YG (“1 AM“) and Travi$ Scott (“Skyfall“).

As he looks to bolster his own brand with his forthcoming 20 & Boomin project — the follow-up to last year’s 19 & Boomin — Metro calls on Rich Homie Quan for the project’s latest track, “Too Short.” Equal parts celebratory and sobering, the song comes complete with a Cam Kirk-directed video capturing Atlanta’s sunny skyline.

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