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YG Announces ‘Blame It On the Streets’ Short Film, Soundtrack

Both will hit stores Dec. 15, with film screenings preceding the release in New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta.

11/12/2014

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Fergie Teams Up with Famous Friends for ‘L.A. Love (La La)’ Video: Watch

A party bus teems with cameos, including Chelsea Handler, Hilary Swank, DJ Mustard, Sevyn Streeter, Kelly Osbourne, and Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog

11/10/2014

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Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs of 2014

As the year comes to a close, the best hip hop songs of 2014 come to light. These are the most played, most requested, most danced to tracks of the year and explain the hip hop story of the year.

11/10/2014

(Courtesy RCA Records)

Win Tickets To A$AP Ferg & YG

Listen all week for your chance to win tickets to the BestCoast Connection Tour starring A$AP Ferg & YG

11/03/2014

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YG Jumps On Remix of Fergie’s ‘L.A. Love (La La)’: Listen

The track marks Fergie’s first solo effort since her seminal 2006 album The Duchess.

10/24/2014

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Jeezy Reveals Tracklist For New Album ‘Seen It All,’ Featuring Jay Z, Future & Rick Ross

Jeezy already let us hear Jay Z’s cameo on the title track (along with letting us know how choked up HOV got about it), but the record will also include T.I., YG, Rick Ross, the Game, Future and Lil’ Boosie.

08/13/2014

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Destructo, YG Come Together on a Party Bus for ‘Party Up’ Video

Expect this one to do damage at festivals, house parties, and every party bus in the land all summer long.

08/07/2014

(Courtesy of Def Jam)

YG Concert Cut Short When Fans Throw Bottles, Rapper May Be at Fault

The rapper was definitely hit with some bottles, but he might have had his own problems prior to the incident.

08/06/2014

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Drake’s OVO Fest Set Includes 40 songs and Special Guests Lauryn Hill, Usher, 50 Cent & His Mom

Drake managed to wrangle up a few of his musician friends — 10 to be exact — for the 40-song set. He even got his dear ol’ mom to come out and make an appearance.

08/05/2014

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The Music of South Central L.A. Plays the Same, From Death Row to Bompton

Courtney Smith examines the resurgence of gangsta rap and its subtle differences and striking similarities to its hey day in the 90s. Has the climate of South Central LA changed in the last 20 years, and discovers the music reflects an unfortunately stagnant environment of violence and gang activity.

05/01/2014

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