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New Mixtape: Mac Miller K.I.D.S.

Mac’s back and this time he’s leaving us with his new mixtape, K.I.D.S. The project is inspired by the cult classic of the same name. Probably the most impressive part about it is that he’s manning 10 out of 11 songs by himself. No kidding. Download link and tracklist below.

No New Mixtape For J.Cole

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Rah Digga Toca Tuesday Freestyle

[vodpod id=Video.4224380&w=425&h=350&] Digga stopped by Toca Tuesday’s on Shade 45 this week and signed off with a freestyle. Yep, she’s still straight spitting too. Rashia drops a Classic on September 14th.

G-Unit Records Signs With EMI

See, Craig Davis wasn’t completely off his rocker. Today it was announced that G-Unit Records have inked new deal with EMI. As the first order of business, the label plans to distribute Banks’ next album, Hunger For More 2 which drops November 23rd. To hear him tell it, the deal is a breath of fresh air: “It’s refreshing to see the EMI staff excited about my project, they have the passion and energy I haven’t seen in while”. Tony Yayo […]

Jay-Z Meets Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan and The Mike Jordan of Rap were in the building last night at Avenue for the World Basketball Festival Tip Off After Party. Also in attendance were Chris Paul, Charles Oakley, Rick Ross and Fabolous. More flicks after the jump.