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Coming in a few minutes late, Nipsey Hussle thankfully returns with another release in his #MarathonMonday series. Following up “Status Symbol 2,” “Down As A Great,” & last week’s “Question #1,” the Los Angeles rapper decides to keep it moving by liberating his latest offering called “Ain’t Hard Enough” featuring fellow CA rapper Mozzy. HustleTV
Over some menacing West Coast production from Mike & Keys & Tariq Beats, Nipsey reps his block & clique to the fullest, while flexing on the competition and rapping about other “niggas not being hard enough” in the process. It’s another stellar drop from Nipsey leading up to the release of his upcoming album Victory Lap.
Concert goers would be wise to check up on their Ticketmaster accounts, as the online seller has begun to pay out a $400 million class action lawsuit through ticket discounts and free vouchers. As part of a settlement in Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster, about 50 million ticket buyers who purchased through the site between 1999 and 2003 will receive either a $2.25 credit on future purchases and/or ticket vouchers to select concert events. HustleTV
The lawsuit alleged that Ticketmaster failed to fully disclose to customers all aspects of its UPS and Order Processing Fees. For a list of eligible events, visit Ticketmaster, which merged with Live Nation back in 2009. A majority of the rap shows available are for either the G-Eazy and Logic or Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg tours, with upcoming eligible dates included below.
To access free vouchers, log into Ticketmaster and select “Your Account.” Then scroll to the bottom left hand side and select “Active Vouchers.”
Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa: The High Road Tour dates
July 20 — West Palm Beach, Fla. — Perfect Vodka Amphitheater
July 21 — Tampa, Fla. — MID FLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater
July 22 — Atlanta, Ga. — Lakewood Amphitheater
July 24 — Charlotte, N.C. — PNC Music Pavillion
July 26 — Raleigh N.C. — Costal Credit Union Amphitheater
July 27 — Virgina Beach, Va. — Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
July 31 — Bristow, Va. — Jiffy Lube Live
Aug. 2 — Holmdel, N.J. — PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug. 5 — Camden, N.J. — BB&T Pavilion
Aug. 6 — Mansfield, Mass. — Xfinity Center
Aug. 7 — Saratoga Springs, N.Y. — Saratoga Springs Perfomring Arts Center
Aug. 10 — Burgettstown, Penn. — First Niagara Pavillion
Aug. 11 — Noblesville, Tenn. — Klipsch Music Center
Aug. 14 — Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio — Blossom Music Center
Aug. 16 — Tinley Park, Ill. — Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
Aug. 15 — Maryland Heights, Mo. — Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
Aug. 19 — Dallas, Texas — Gexa Energy Pavillion
Aug. 23 — Alburqueque, N.M. — Isleta Ampitheater
Aug. 24 — Phoenix, Ariz. — Ak-Chin Pavillion
Aug. 25 — Irvine, Calif. — Irvine Meadows Amphitheater
June 20, 2016 — Today, Compton rapper The Game delivers a brand new summer jam entitled “All Eyez.” Produced by Scott Storch, The Game reminisces, sweet talks and romances his lady while recruiting a serenade by R&B crooner Jeremih. “All Eyez” is the lead single from The Game’s forthcoming album 1992 due out later this year via Entertainment One Music/Fifth Amendment/Blood Money. HustleTV.
“I feel like no matter where I go, they’re always watching,” notes The Game.
Recently, A&E premiered The Game’s 3-part docuseries “Streets of Compton” that chronicled the city’s transformative history and featured exclusive interviews from past and current Compton natives who persevered and survived with pride. The booming 11-track musical companion is entrenched in West Coast funk and features Compton artists Problem, Boogie and producers League of Starz and Bongo among others. Billboard Magazine hailed the new docuseries as “A Perfect Straight Outta Compton Companion Piece.”
“I just think that there are a lot of things about Compton that people haven’t seen or heard thus far,” explains The Game. “So we went and really grass rooted this documentary. I think a lot of people are going to walk away more knowledgeable about the city.”
Stay tuned as The Game has also ventured out with IM3 Gaming Studios for a brand new mobile game called Block Wars, which is set for release at the Apple Store and Google Play on July 29th. Block Wars sheds light into the violent nature and turmoil of the streets as it transforms the player into The Boss who must navigate and control the black market. The app will also be released with an accompanying album with exclusive music featured in the video game.
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In the weeks following the album’s initial release, Kanye West made tweaks to The Life of Pablo. The move seemed uniquely Kanye, facilitated by a unique rollout that involved only digital distribution rather than pressed physical copies.
It seemed like ’Ye had finally put his brush down and let the paint dry on his seventh solo album, but all that changed overnight when TLOP again underwent a change: “Saint Pablo,” a song which he first debuted live in the days following the album’s release, now appears as the last track on the album. The six-minute opus, featuring Sampha, now appears as the 20th track on streaming services like Tidal and Apple Music. HustleTV
Given how long it’s been since TLOP first dropped, the latest update is a bit surprising. But maybe it shouldn’t be. We were warned this would happen.
“In the months to come, Kanye will release new updates, new versions, and new iterations of the album,” Def Jam said in a statementearlier this year. “An innovative, continuous process, the album will be a living, evolving art project. The Life of Pablo has truly taken on a life of its own.”
“We’ve enjoyed working with Sean Paul for years and are thrilled to bring him back to Canada,” explained PDP Entertainment Group Representative, Pratik Ruparell.
According to the globetrotting star, he is excited and is looking forward to performing for his Canadian massive as they understand the positive messages he tries to communicate through his music. The setting at the upcoming locations will allow him to literally touch his fans. HustleTV
“I have always had a great time in Canada. I have family there. In addition to that, they were the first international territory to big up my career before I broke internationally so I will always have that special love for my Canadian fans,” Sean Paul declared
Sean Paul who has started the year with a bang, recently treated fans to a sample tracks to what they can expect for the rest of 2016.
He recently teamed up with British singer Jay Sean for the release of their single Make My Love Go, which went viral on Friday, February 5. Also to be released this coming Friday, February 12 is another single Outta Control that features Yolanda Be Cool and Mayra Veronica and premieres in the Australian and New Zealand markets. Not going without recognition, Sean Paul’s 2015 success has earned him another nomination for a Youth View Award in the category of “Favourite Local International Artiste of the Year”. This is his fifth nomination for the award and previously walked away with the title in 2010, 2011 and 2013. While anticipating his return to Canada, fans can expect to see Sean Paul in Las Vegas on March 5.
THE XXL MAGAZINE 2016 FRESHMAN CLASS COVER IS FINALLY HERE
ANDERSON .PAAK, 21 SAVAGE, KODAK BLACK, LIL UZI, LIL DICKY, DAVE EAST, DENZEL CURRY, DESIIGNER, G HERBO, AND LIL YACHTY COME TOGETHER TO BE THE FACE OF THE “NEW WAVE” OF HIP-HOP
(New York, NY) June 13, 2016 – After months of anticipation, XXL is proud to present the long-awaited 2016 XXL Freshman Class. It’s the new crop of future hip-hop stars, ready to take anything that comes their way as they climb to the top.This year’s Freshmen include Oxnard, California’s Anderson .Paak; Atlanta’s 21 Savage; Pompano Beach, Florida’s Kodak Black; Philadelphia’s Lil Uzi Vert; Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania’s Lil Dicky; Harlem’s Dave East; Carol City, Florida’s Denzel Curry; Brooklyn’s Desiigner; Chicago’s G Herbo and the 10th Spot winner, ATL’s Lil Yachty. HustleTV
Over the next six weeks, XXL will be releasing an assortment of content from the members of the ninth annual Freshman Class including freestyles, cyphers, solo and group interviews, so that fans can get to know the Freshmen. The actual Freshman issue of XXL magazine will hit stands on Tues., June 28, the same day as the XXL Freshman Show at New York City’s PlayStation Theater. Tickets are on sale now here. The Los Angeles XXL Freshman Show will be on Mon., July 25 and a few other shows will be announced at a later date.
The XXL Summer 2016 issue also includes a look back at last year’s Freshman Class and an in-depth interview with Chicago’s former next big thing, Bump J, who will hopefully soon be wrapping up a six and a half year bid prison bid. Former Freshmen Raury, Dizzy Wrightand Joey Bada$$ all reflect on the impact Don Ruiz Miguel’s best-selling self-help book, The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, has had on their career, while Miguel explains why he thinks it resonates with rappers. Mike Tyson talks today’s hip-hop and reflects on the old days with Tupac Shakur. Plus take a look at how U.K.’s grime scene is infiltrating U.S.’s hip-hop and much more.
Most important, congratulations to the XXL Freshman Class of 2016 “THE NEW WAVE”:
▪ Dave East
▪ Denzel Curry
▪ G Herbo
▪ Lil Uzi VerT
▪ Lil Dicky
▪ Lil Yachty
▪ Anderson .Paak
▪ 21 Savage
▪ Kodak Black
Wale is looking to heat up the summer after rolling out back-to-back tracks like “Her Wave” and the Phil Ade-assisted “Reminisce.” HustleTV
Wale has been putting in work for his forthcoming studio effort Shine (Still Here Ignoring Negative Energy), on which he says he takes a more melodic approach. “It’s a little bit more melody and shit ’cause I been on some, like, I don’t want to call nobody to do my hooks no more,” he told Billboard in March. “I want to do it myself but just as an evolution as an artist.”
Wale also headed back to his stomping grounds in the D.M.V. for Billboard and 1800 Tequila’s Back to the Block concert series on Thursday. Shine is slated for release later this year.
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RICHMOND, VA (June 07, 2016) – Waiting until the right time, when he felt was the perfect time to release this record and video Evan Barlow continues to defy the odds and shine as a beacon of hope with his uplifting music and the release of “Triumphant” featuring McBeth.
As if Curren$y hadn’t given fans more than enough work — averaging a project per month this year — he’s now back with a fellow NOLA warrior, Juvenile, with whom he last collaborated on 2013’s “Bitch Get Up.” Their new one, “I Can’t go Back,” is another gem, especially as it’s given a lush, sample-driven instrumental from Spitta’s New York plug, La Musica de Harry Fraud. Though we never imagined Juvenile rapping over a Fraud beat, what a treat it is. HustleTV
Once again, Drake has dropped a massive exclusive via OVO Sound Radio. While his biggest-ever hit attempts to hold onto the No. 1 spot, he’s entrusted the official “One Dance” remix duties to a fellow superstar Canuck: Justin Bieber
When your parents didn’t want you to listen to hip hop growing up, they probably had night terrors about songs like “2 Hands.” It’s as explicit as a strip club anthem can get—without making every other word a synonym for a female body part or the very dirty acts one could do to them. The verses from California legends E-40, Too $hort, and Richie Rich have now established a new metric for raunchy hip hop tracks that ranges from “No Hands” to “2 Hands.”
Produced by what Mistah F.A.B. called the Bay Area Organized Noize, The Mekanix, “2 Hands” is proof that while Atlanta and Tampa Bay might be duking it out for strip club capital of the world, the Bay is still the plug for slappers that will have the strippers’ asses jiggling from the bass alone. Loverboi balances out the X-rated lyrics with his Auto-Tuned smooth talking for a lap dance. HustleTV
Just remember to turn the volume down if your mother, co-worker, or anyone you remotely respect walks by as you hit play.