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The world clearly slept on Twista and Tia London’s heater ‘It’s Yours’ but the Chi-Town rapper intends to change that by releasing the official video for the Traxster-produced single. Watch the rap veteran get suited up and express his desires in the Matt Swinsky-directed clip below. His new album Dark Horse drops August 12th.

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Self proclaimed Battle Rap God Murda Mook has released a new song ‘I Ain’t One Of Them Ni**az’ with Busta Rhymes. The NY sounding, hard hitting tune shows Murda can do more than just battle Rap. Stream or download it below.

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Keyshia Cole travels far away and poses in front of a long road for the artwork for her 6th album Point Of No Return. The official release date is set to be announced but you can listen to the latest single ‘She’ produced by DJ Mustard here.

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Big K.R.I.T releases his new single today with a feature from Rico Love and which is set to appear on his forthcoming album Cadillactica. ‘Pay Attention’ was produced by hitmaker Jim Jonsin while the artwork was created by Joe Perez of DONDA. Stream the song below.

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Wiz Khalifa isn’t too pleased with Tyga’s decision to drop out from the Under The Influence Of Music tour at the last moment, which kicked off last night in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In an interview with Mina SayWhat on Power 99, Wiz said Tyga dropping out of the tour without informing him was “wack” and “corny” but they are still cool. I wonder how cool it will be when Tyga catches hold of this interview.

Under The Influence Of Music tour also features Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich Homie Quan, Mack Wilds, Sage The Gemini, Iamsu! and DJ Drama. Purchase tickets here.

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Asher Roth has debuted the video for ‘Parties At the Disco’ which according to him is “the start of a journey. A nostalgic dreamscape that creates a wistful web strung from emptiness and desire.”

The video for the ZZ Ward featured song from his album Retro Hash was shot by Kenny Koller on a 8 mm film.

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