drake

Here’s one sketch that fans didn’t get to see during the May 14th episode of SNL, hosted by Drake. As an awkward Kinkos employee, Drizzy struggles to fit it in during his first day of employment at the job. The 6 gawd just can’t seem to adjust and join in on the office convo like a normal guy.

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In honor of DJ Screw’s classic June 27th Freestyle, Trae The Truth recorded a whole project inspired by the 35 minute plus session. H-Town’s very own dropped slowed down bombs on a bevy of instrumentals. Another 48 hours features T.I., Big Hawk, Baby Houston, Jay’Ton, Lil Boss and of course DJ Screw.

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Iggy Azalea might not be your favorite rapper, but was this really called for? During a recent trip through the airport, a man acted like a fan to gain her attention, but then told her to her face: “thank you for ruining hip-hop.”

Do you think she deserved it?

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colbert

While there’s probably a gang of paperwork being drafted to get the lawsuits ready by the celebs depicted in Kanye West’s “Famous” video. One Stephen Colbert feels left out of the party — so he joined in on the nudity — kinda.

Watch his “deleted” scene after the jump.

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sampha

Sampha is a more guarded artist than today’s mainstream pop stars. Where most who seek success in the music industry are usually heavy on social media and press events, the London raised artist is more secluded. Reality shows? Celebrity dating? Nope, the gentle crooner chooses to only let his emotional notes captivates audiences instead.

“There’s a lot I see, feel, really want to express. I think that’s part of the thing, like — I feel so much,” he tells The Fader in his new cover story. Sampha spent time with writer Ruth Saxelby to discuss his childhood, his evolution as singer and a whole lot more.

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Atlanta’s 21 Savage looks mighty cozy with Dreezy in their new “Motorcycle” video. While taking a time out from the trap, watch the young rap-stars-in-the-making spend some quality time together.

The rapper’s latest mixtape, Slaughter King, is available on iTunes now.

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malice-video

No Malice dropped some knowledge over a new banger produced by Lee Major — which takes the name of his lord and savior, “Jesus Christ.” On the track, Virginia’s very own delivers some insight to the youth on the pitfalls of street life.

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Jidenna comes back strong with a new single, “Chief Don’t Run.” Wondaland’s enigmatic star stakes his claim about his boss status on the thumpin’ new track.

The auto-tune flavored song leads the way for the singer’s forthcoming album Long Live the Chief.

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trillfam

The Trill Entertainment Presents: Trill Fam (Respect Is a Must) album was slept on, so much that most didn’t even know it came out. If you need a reason to check out the project featuring Boosie Badazz, “Sell My Name” is undoubtedly the standout track on there. With Bun B and Webbie spitting that real over a country tune, the trio is looking for the money not the fame.

The rest of the effort rounds out features from Lil Trill, Lil Phat, Wankaego, Shell and Foxx. You can check the album out on iTunes now.

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bdoega-bamz

Bodega Bamz finds himself ducking the feds in his “All Eyez Off Me” video. With the media covering his every movement, the Harlem kid does all that he can to stay as a free man in the new flick.

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