fashawn

We’re taking it back all the way back to the Reasonable Doubt days with Fashawn on “100 Bars,” because he’s kicking raps over JAY Z’s classic “Coming Age” instrumental. The rising west coast rapper is just performing lyrical exercise one time, ahead of his European tour that starts tomorrow in London. He’ll be all over Europe through September, so make sure you catch him in a city near you if you’re overseas.

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Miami recording artist Major Myjah serves up the stream to his upcoming Trouble EP exclusively with Missinfo.TV today. The crooner has been working on this project for the last year and combines his own unique blend of R&B, hip-hop and pop. With influences from Reggae and Dancehall, Major’s voice can’t be compared with any of his contemporaries.

On the 8-track project, the emotions and vibes range from sultry ballads, midtempo grooves and of course songs that can destroy radio. Records like “Chemical Kids” showcase Major’s incredible voice and songwriting abilities — while records like “Disposable” and “Ground Zero” are perfect for cruising around while getting lost in your own thoughts.

Trouble officially hits retailers on Friday (Aug 28).

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london

With the movie Straight Outta Compton still taking over the box office, it’s all anybody has been talking about. Krept and Conan got to spend some time with the cast of the film over in South East London to speak on the influence it’s had on people all over the world and why it may inspire others to make it out of where they’re from. O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Jason Mitchell visited the old stomping grounds of Gispy Hill and Thornton Heath where the two are from.

Straight Outta Compton hits theaters in the UK tomorrow.

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unclemurda

The Future and Metro Boomin buzz is at an all-time high and Uncle Murda is about to try to capitalize off of it, with his new track “Right Now.” The song sounds like something that didn’t make the cut on DS2, with Future Hendrix in the pocket and Murda adding that East New York swag to it. This might get some burn in New York, and most definitely out in ATL.

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August Alsina is getting prepared to release his forthcoming sophomore LP later this year. Serving as a follow-up to 2014’s Testimony, the untitled album’s new single features a New Orleans connection. For the second time this year, Alsina connects with fellow Nawlins native Lil’ Wayne, on the upbeat “Why I Do It.”

Premiered by VEVO, listen to August Alsina’s new record below.

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chrisbrown

Considering these two are currently on the road for the “One Hell of a Nite” tour, it makes sense they would connect on a track. It’s not the first time they have, anyway, but with Chris Brown announcing his Royalty album recently, the new music is just around the corner. “Gangsta Way” with French Montana is a little less street than you’d expect, though. Breezy does what he wants (word to that double tat on the back of his head).

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2-chainz

With his Trapavelli Tre mixtape now out, 2 Chainz is now flooding the internet with accompanying videos. Following last week’s “If I Didn’t Rap,” the ATLien turns the trap house into a strip club in “Lapdance In The Trap House.” Watch the NSFW clip down below.

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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have made their return to the music scene. The Grammy Award-winning Seattle duo debut their brand new single, “Downtown.” Giving off a vibe from the 1980s, Seattle’s finest new record sounds like it will be a mainstay on mainstream radio for the rest of 2015. Hip-hop legends Kool Moe Dee, Eric Nally, Melle Mel, and Grandmaster Caz​ are credited on the record, which blends the sounds of G-Funk, rap, pop and more.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are set to perform their new single at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Listen and watch the music video for “Downtown” below.

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Farrakhan-Eminem

In an effort to keep his “Justice or Else!” campaign rolling, Minister Louis Farrakhan made a stop in the Motor City, where he met a very special person. After over a decade of talks, Eminem finally met the minister for dinner in Detroit.

Farrakan wrote in Instagram: “I was very honored to receive my brother Marshall Mathers aka @eminem last night at my dinner table for a beautiful dialogue,” he wrote.

While in Detroit, Farrakhan spoke at the Fellowship Chapel church and will continue to visit churches around the country leading up to the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.

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jay-rock

Thank the Lord that Jay Rock was in a giving mood when he passed by Streetsweepers radio on Tuesday night (Aug 27) with DJ Kay Slay. From his upcoming 90059 album, the TDE rapper debuted his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, “East Bake.”

Rock’s project should hope fully be out by the first week of September.

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