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Apathy’s provocatively titled “Rap Is Not Pop” will appear on the Connecticut rappers forthcoming Handshakes With Snakes, and looks to raise a discussion about the current generation of rap music he feels is not like the tried and true era he’s from. Hit the jump to peep Apathy’s “Rap Is Not Pop,” which will appear on Handshakes With Snakes — arriving sometime in 2016.

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Wiki is taking a brief detour from his duties in Ratking by linking up with Detroit’s Black Milk for “Hate Is Earned,” which may or may not be appearing on a forthcoming solo project. In addition, Wiki has shared the visuals to “Living With My Mom’s” — another solo offering from the Ratking affiliate — featuring Nasty Nigel. You may view that here. Check out Wiki’s “Hate Is Earned” after the jump.

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Queen Erykah Badu, who recently released her excellent But U Caint Use My Phone mixtape, hosted the Soul Train Music Awards on BET and Centric last night in Las Vegas. Thankfully Badu isn’t one to mince her words as she threw some serious shade at Iggy Azalea, which that drew a booming reaction from the audience. During the monologue, Badu — pretending to speak on a phone — turned away André 3000 and Young Thug from the ceremony, saying she’s “banning all rap this year.” However, when Azalea calls Badu, she makes an exception: “No no no, you can come, ’cause what you’re doing is definitely not rap.” Oh shi– Watch it all unfold below.

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With the release of the third installment to his Free Crack mixtape series, Chicago rapper Lil Bibby is linking up with sparring partner G. Herbo for “Sleeping on the Floor,” from his forthcoming FC3 the Epilogue, which is up for preorder on iTunes now. Check out Bibby and G. Herbo go bar-for-bar on “Sleeping on the Floor” after the jump.

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Following the release of their debut album Yung Rich Nation and Streets on Lock 4 mixtape, Atlanta’s Migos are prepping the release of Migo Money. And to tease the forthcoming mixtape, Quavo and Offset are sharing a pair of tracks in “I Told You” and “Story of YRN,” which have been produced by Dee Money. Listen to both Migo Money tracks after the jump.

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Now here’s a treat for fans eagerly awaiting the inevitable collaboration between Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. Where Cole went over Kendrick’s To Pimp a Butterfly single, “Alright” (listen here) K. Dot repays him with a fire take on 2014 Forest Hills Drive banger, “A Tale of 2 Citiez”. Check out Kendrick Lamar’s remix of J. Cole’s “A Tale of 2 Citiez” after the jump.

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Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. And we know Lil Wayne fans were especially thankful for No Ceilings 2, the New Orleans rapper’s latest mixtape. The sequel to 2009’s No Ceilings features freestyles over a lot of Drake and Future production, including “Back to Back,” “Hotline Bling,” “Live From the Gutter,” “Where Ya At,” “Diamonds Dancing,” “Plastic Bag,” and “Big Rings”. In addition, Weezy raps over the Weeknd’s “The Hills,” Eminem’s “My Name Is,” and more. Download and stream Lil Wayne’s No Ceilings 2 after the jump.

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Waka Flocka Flame has finally dropped his new mixtape, Flockaveli 1.5, after a string of delays. The tape is the sequel to his watershed debut album Flockaveli and the prequel to his forthcoming album Flockaveli 2. The mixtape is currently available as a stream and as free download on Flocka’s website. Stream the full project after the jump.

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The duo of Royce da 5’9″ and DJ Premier, also known as PRhyme, will be dropping a deluxe version of their self-titled debut album from last year. The project will feature new collaborations with the Roots’ Black Thought, Joey Bada$$, Logic, and, on the track “Highs and Lows,” DOOM and Phonte. The track, produced by DJ Premier, was recently premiered on Beats 1, which can be heard after the jump.

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In case you haven’t been paying attention to the 2016 Presidential race, please allow rapper Killer Mike to fill you in. Tonight, Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was introduced by Killer Mike — mind you, while wearing a Run the Jewels sweatshirt — at a rally in Atlanta. During his speech, Killer Mike mentioned Dr. Martin Luther King, and said he doesn’t want to relive the Reagan era while also referencing his awesome R.A.P. Music song “Untitled.” “In my heart of hearts, I truly believe that Senator Bernie Sanders is the right man to lead this country,” he said. In addition, he told the crowd to “stay confronting bullshit wherever you turn.” Educate yourselves and watch the powerful Killer Mike speech in its entirety after the jump.

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Pusha’s keeping awfully busy. On top of juggling presidential duties over at Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint, prepping the release of his highly-anticipated album King Push, he’s also looking to drop Darkest Before Dawn — the album before the album. That’s right, Pusha Ton is reportedly releasing an album before King Push, and it’s coming sooner than you think. According to Noisey, Pusha says that Darkest will be out December 18th and features production from Kanye West, Puff Daddy, Timbaland, Baauer, Q-Tip, and Nashiem Myrick. Read what he has to say about the forthcoming project after the jump.

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