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Drake On “Thank Me Later” Features

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.4094315&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D461868%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A461868] After learning about his Grammy nominations, Aubrey spoke with MTV on the collaborations on his debut album, Thank Me Later. Shooting for a March release, he’s already locked down: Jay-Z, Wayne, Jeezy and Kanye. He also alludes to a mystery guest. “It’s this other one I’m excited about that’s kinda left [field],” he demurred. “It’s gonna be a great project — well-rounded.” Hopefully, everything is squared away.

Snoop Dogg x Famous Stars & Straps Giveaway

You see the flyer. And if you’re in the greater Los Angeles area, I’ve got two pair of tickets for you and a guest. First ones to email me your full name and phone number to [email protected] wins. Simple, right? Well do what it do, nephew. UPDATE: Giveaway over. Shouts to the winners.

Snoop Dogg x Famous Stars & Straps Giveaway

You see the flyer. And if you’re in the greater Los Angeles area, I’ve got two pair of tickets for you and a guest. First ones to email me your full name and phone number to [email protected] wins. Simple, right? Well do what it do, nephew. UPDATE: Giveaway over. Shouts to the winners.

Freddie Gibbs Covers LA Weekly

Freddie became the second rapper in the publication’s 29 year history to grace the cover. The first were NWA in 1989. Funny how time flies, no? The feature is available to peruse at LA Weekly’s home base. Here’s an excerpt: Given a $250,000 budget that allowed him to work with A-list producers like Just Blaze and Polow da Don, Gibbs received praise for his music but ran into apprehensive label executives, who doubted their ability to promote a Gary artist, […]

How To Rap: Kool G Rap (Foreword)

Surely, a few rappers could benefit from this. Available now is a how-to-guide for the lyrically declined.  As the cover indicates, the book also features commentary from some of hip-hop’s elite. In fact, after the jump, check out the foreword from Kool G Rap.