Jimmy Fallon’s a comedian with everything. He raps and sings and tells clean jokes. Iggy Azalea is a new rapper who also does stuff, I’m told. He makes her song a lot better by doing it in Neil Young’s voice with his old band. Watch after the jump.
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There’s a fine line between the sh*t you say in your raps and the sh*t you do in real life. And rappers are habitual line-steppers. Young Scooter makes no mistakes about his line, a literal one, where he only does what he raps about. Expect a song about his tooth brushing and dry cleaning pretty soon. Video after the jump.
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MMG is Rick Ross’s solid contribution to the rap game because it extends the power of his influence to recruit other great street artists to urban radio rotation. His two marquee acts are in a feud that Meek Mill set off on social media by calling Wale corny. Check the tweets after the jump.
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B.O.B. confront some important questions on “Many Rivers,” driven by the classic Jimmy Cliff chorus in his song of the same name. In a way, No Genre Pt. 2 signifies a return to his roots as an artist, someone who’s emphasizing awareness of social conditions while declaring personal freedom from them. It’s the same moral barometer that helps him to sign million-dollar deals and still give us civic-minded messages. Check out the premiere on Revolt TV after the jump.
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Usher and Nicki Minaj over this disco-era MJ track produced by Pharrell is a sugary dance number. It’s half as lewd as their first collab “Lil Freak” and about twice as potent. They achieve more without oversexing it and hint at some better musical chemistry overall. Listen after the jump.
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