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  1. Bryson Tiller stop by Hot 97 and sat down with Ebro, Rosenberg and Laura Stylez. Bryson Tiller alks about his album Trap Soul, working with Timbaland, not signing to Drake’s OVO Sound, getting approval from Rihanna and Justin Bieber and much more.
  2. Katy B links up with Craig David and Major Lazer for her latest visual for Who Am I produced by Major Laze.
  3. The two talk about everything music as well as serious issues like false imprisonment. From hoverboards—which the two could be considered professionals at if that was a thing—to Ty’s new album, Free TC, the conversation is endlessly entertaining. Ty is a writer, artist, and producer, so he knows what he’s doing when it comes to music. His new album, that has his massively popular singles “Saved” and “Blase”, features a variety of multi-talented artists like E-40 and Keke Palmer. With the eclectic musicians coming together on this album, it can only mean one thing: the album is amazing. (Frankly, anything with E-40 on it is amazing…like even if he were to put his name on dish soap it would be amazing).
  4. Puff Daddy rounds up Lil Kim, Styles P and King Los for his brand new visual for Auction, off Puff recent project titled MMM
  5. The sixth and final installment of Noisey Bompton takes us to a barbershop with a studio in the back room, and shows the length at which people in inner city communities will go to better their lives. Kendrick Lamar expresses how much he loves the city of Compton, and how he plans to take the city with him wherever his success takes him.
  6. BOMPTON: Trap Kitchen [Part 5]

    In the fifth of six segments of Noisey Bompton, Kendrick’s friend Lil L talks to us about his plans to get out of gang life and brings us to Trap Kitchen LA, a catering company run by a Piru and a Crip out of a former trap house. We also get some perspective on the social forces like mass incarceration contributing to the neighborhood environment and get to know the Pirus on the block.
  7. Rihanna finally unleashes her brand visual for her latest single called work featuring Drake.
  8. Nike Jade Swoosh Air Max 1

    Pick up this latest release from select NSW accounts around the globe for $100
  9. Check out this full interview DJ Sense The Trendsetter + Sarah ViVan did with 50 Cent. Academy Radio -StreetzIzWatchin Every Friday 8pm To 10pm/Saturday 10pm To 12am
  10. Trailer: Born to Be Blue

    Carmen Ejogo, Callum Keith Rennie, Stephen McHattie, Janet-Laine Green, Tony Nappo and many others, with the movie hitting theaters March 25th.
  11. Drake (@Drake) – Summer Sixteen

    Drake decides to premiere a brand new joint called Summer Sixteen produced by Noah 40 Shebib, Boi-1da and Cubeatz. This will be featured on Drake forthcoming album Views From The 6 dropping in April.
  12. Meek Mill is back with the second entry in his 4/4 series and shares another 4 tracks. This time, he releases Slippin featuring Future and Dave East, War Pain featuring Omelly, Fa Sho featuring Tdot Illdude and Ricky. Meek Mill upcoming mixtape titled Dreamchasers 4 is due out sometime soon.
  13. JANUARY 30, 2016 ~ @AmirasMuzic It’s half way though the competition and things are starting to heat up. I can definitely see that everyone is starting to bring their A-game. This week was all about collaborating. Jermaine split the rappers into two groups and had them write and perform a song for, both, him and some local high schoolers at a pep rally. Not only did they have to collaborate with this song, he also gave the parents/managers the opportunity to assist in creating the song. I knew from the start that that was going to cause drama, but I was more than happy to watch it all unravel. I won’t tell you who was in which group, but I will tell you what I thought about each group’s performances and chemistry. From the moment Group 1 was announced, I knew that the whole group was a ticking time bomb. A couple of the people in the group don’t get along, so I knew it was only a matter of time before their egos got the best of them. Group 2 was okay. I saw them as the underdogs, so I knew that they would have much drama. I was worried about one member in that group, but that person behaved, so everything was smooth sailing, mostly. As I said earlier, first both groups had to perform for Jermaine, his friend, Bryan Michael-Cox, and his assistant. Overall, I thought both groups did a good job. Of course, there were a couple minor (or major) things that each group needed to fix, but, besides that, they all did okay. My main focus was on the pep rally performance. I was anxious to see how they would do. When they arrived at the high school, Jermaine had one of the school’s students waiting to give them a tour of the school. Now, this wasn’t just some random student. This student is a hot, new rapper in the hip hop industry. After the introduction and tour, they got the opportunity to pick his brain about what is was like to be a successful rapper who is still in high school. They got some good advice and from there it was time for that pep rally performance. I won’t say much about what happened, but I will say that I was shocked by each performance. Things didn’t go the way I thought they would, but I was pleasantly surprised and kind of proud of a couple of the kids. Remember when I said that drama was going to unfold between one group earlier in this post? Well, I was right. Two of the managers got into it and Jermaine had to step in and punish them for not being able to behave as they should. The drama was ridiculous and I think Jermaine did the right thing. I hope they learned their lesson because if not they will definitely make it harder for their kids to break into the industry. This was a good episode. I liked seeing the kids perform in front of a live audience. It was good to see how the crowd received them and to see how they interacted with a live audience of that size (900 students). I thought they did a good job, but it’s clear that there are still some things that they need to learn. They have the perfect teacher, so I hope they’re paying attention. The Rap Game airs on Fridays at 10 p.m. on Lifetime. Amira ;-)
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