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New Music Friday – New Albums From Eminem, Jim Jones & Maino, Sean Paul, Jelly & Pi’erre Bourne + More

Source: HipHopDX

HipHopDX – It’s hard to think of anything besides the tragic mass shooting event in Texas just days ago, which left 19 children and two adults dead. That’s precisely why Kanye West pushed back his highly anticipated YEEZY Gap drop and artists such as 21 Savage, Missy Elliott and more have spoken out to condemn school shootings and make desperate pleas for the reform of gun laws.

Despite the dark cloud hanging over our nation, the silver lining is the fact that this week’s edition of HipHopDX’s New Music Friday Albums coverage includes a blend of new and old-school Hip Hop releases, including new material from OG artists such as Eminem and Sean Paul.

Other key releases include fresh material from Westcoast artist Jayson Cash, Millyz, Jelly and Pi’erre Bourne, among others.

Check out the entire batch of albums that dropped on Friday (May 27), below.

Eminem – The Eminem Show (Expanded Edition)
Jim Jones & Maino – The Lobby Boyz
Jelly & Pi’erre Bourne – Wolf Of Peachtree 2
Jayson Cash – Read The Room
Millyz – Blanco 5
Sean Paul – Scorcha

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Lil Kim, Junior M.A.F.I.A., Fat Joe And More Celebrate Biggie’s 50th Birthday In NYC

Source: TheSource

The rainy weather didn’t keep Brooklyn and the rest of the New York from showing up and showing out for the exclusive, black-tie Notorious B.I.G. 50th Birthday Gala. Last weekend, the city’s biggest influencers and tastemakers were all on hand the bring in what would’ve been Biggie’s 50th born day(May 21). Sponsored by Pepsi and put on by the Christopher Wallace Estate, Manhattan’s Guastavino’s was the locale of the prestigious bday bash for the game’s most celebrated emcee, which drew celebs from all facets of urban entertainment.

B.I.G.’s real friends, family and diehard supporters were in attendance for this second annual event. Everyone impactful in his career was in attendance; from his original Brooklyn family/crew, Lil’ Kim , Lil Cease and Junior M.A.F.I.A., to his extended family in the Hip Hop community, including Fat Joe and Sway Calloway, who conducted Biggie’s last radio interview just four days before he was killed in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997.

The night began with an exclusive full course dinner while a live band called The Frank White Experience played some of Biggie’s most revered hits, which preceded some of his “Notorious” hits being played in digital format by none other than HOT 97’s DJ Enuff for the capacity crowd to enjoy. A large ice sculpture with the letters “B.I.G.”graced the stairs to the entrance of the upper level gala, where many of the attendees took their “I was there” pics.

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Lil Kim, Junior M.A.F.I.A., Fat Joe And More Celebrate Biggie’s 50th Birthday In NYC

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Nick Cannon Releases ‘Raw & B’ Mixtape Featuring Rick Ross, Chris Brown & More

Source: AllHipHop

The self-described Mr. N’Credible is back with a new project.

The 41-year-old San Diego native recruited several big names for Raw & B. The project features Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Brandy, Ty Dolla $ign, K. Michelle, 42 Dugg, Jacquees, Hitman Holla, and more.

“This is the gospel of my broken soul,” says Cannon about Raw & B. “This is as real as it gets.”

Previously, Nick Cannon dropped his self-titled album in 2003. That LP hosted the Top 40 hit “Gigolo” featuring R. Kelly. White People Party Music arrived in 2014.

In addition to being a recording artist, Cannon is also a television star. He hosts the singing competition show The Masked Singer as well as the improv game show Wild ‘n Out.

His TV experience also includes stints on programs like All That and Real Husbands of Hollywood. As an actor, Nick Cannon starred in films such as Drumline, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, Roll Bounce, and Chi-Raq.

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Migos Breakup Rumors Flood Twitter After Offset Unfollows Quavo + Takeoff

Source: HipHopDX

Migos fans are worried the Atlanta trio may be on the verge of calling it quits — or already have.

On Wednesday (May 18), Migos was a trending Twitter topic after an eagle-eyed fan noticed Offset and his wife Cardi B had unfollowed Quavo and Takeoff on social media. The move comes on the same day Quavo and Takeoff announced a new collaborative single called “Hotel Lobby” under the monikers Unc and Phew, a nod to their familial ties.

Migos latest album — Culture III — arrived last June, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. At the time, the trio appeared to be a united front, often doing interviews together and promoting their fourth studio effort with vigor. Speaking to NME, Offset credited Migos’ success to old fashioned “blood, sweat and tears.”

He continued, “It’s always been a part of our story that we show up with the goods and prove you wrong. That’s been our narrative from then, and we’ve been good with that. It always leaves room for improvement.”

Quavo added, “It’s a blessing to be ahead of the curve. We always want to prove ourselves because we don’t do much talking. We don’t run around saying that we’re the best and ain’t nobody better than us; we like to work. We put in the practice and the time, and sometimes we don’t get credited for it. We feel some type of way behind that when we feel mis-credited.”

A lot can change in a year and if Offset’s social media behavior is any indication of what’s ahead, Migos as rap fans once knew them could be a thing of the past. Check out some of the reactions below.

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Hulu Unveils Trailer For ‘Look At Me: XXXTentacion’ Documentary

Source: AllHipHop

Hulu’s documentary ‘Look At Me: XXXTentacion’ hits the streaming service on May 26 after premiering at the 2022 SXSW Festival in March.

Hulu released the trailer for its upcoming documentary Look At Me: XXXTentacion on Wednesday (May 18).

The video gives fans a preview of the film, which features archival footage and interviews with the late rapper’s friends and family. XXXTentacion’s mother Cleopatra Bernard and his ex-girlfriend Geneva Ayala appear in the trailer.

Hulu’s trailer confirms the documentary won’t avoid covering the abuse allegations against XXXTentacion. The controversial artist was facing multiple criminal charges prior to his death in 2018.

Look At Me: XXXTentacion premiered at the 2022 South by Southwest Festival in March. The film will be available to stream on Hulu on May 26.

Sabaah Folayan directed the documentary. FADER Films produced it with Rob Stone among the executive producers.

“Look at Me explores how Florida teenager Jahseh Onfroy became SoundCloud rapper XXXTentacion, one of the most streamed artists on the planet,” the official synopsis reads. “Through frank commentary from family, friends and romantic partners, and unseen archival footage, director Sabaah Folayan offers a sensitive portrayal of an artist whose acts of violence, raw musical talent and open struggles with mental health left an indelible mark on his generation before his death at the age of 20.”

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LeBron James reveals his Top Five Hip Hop Albums

Source: XXLMag

LeBron James has revealed his top five favorite hip-hop albums of all time.

On Tuesday (May 16), LeBron James hit up Twitter during some apparent downtime to offer up a question-and-answer session to his 51.3 million followers. While LeBron was taking the time out to connect with the people, one Twitter user, who goes by @SierraAPorter95, asked the Los Angeles Lakers small forward to list his top five hip-hop albums.

While explaining that he has many rap albums that he would’ve liked to mention, King James obliged the Twitter user by offering up five LPs that many people also consider to be some of the greatest of all time. In a tweet that has since racked up over 5,500 likes, the four-time NBA champion listed:

Dr. Dre’s – The Chronic,
Snoop Dogg’s – Doggystyle
Jay-Z’s – The Black Album
The Notorious B.I.G.’s – Life After Death;  and
Nas’ – It Was Written.

See LeBron Tweets & Read More: LeBron James Reveals His Top Five Hip-Hop Albums – XXL |

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Spring Sale Now! All Remixes On Sale!

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Get the Remixed Version of Your Favorite Song.
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Minimum Purchase $1.00
Limited Time Offer – Ends Monday, May 31, 2022.
Excludes Club Credits & some Megamixes/Playlists.

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Top 10 Remix Chart for February 2022 Remix Club Top 10 List Top 10 Remix Chart (based on sales)
February 2022

Excludes free remixes.

10. Jagged Edge – He Can’t Love U remix
9. Eric Carmen – Hungry Eyes remix
8. Dawn & Tony Orlando – Knock Three Times remix
7. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Don’t Do Me Like That remix
6. Elton John feat Dua Lipa – Cold Heart remix
5. Kelis – Trick Me remix
4. Teddy Pendergrass – Love TKO remix
3. The Hollies – Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress) remix
2. Old School Hip Hop Medley II

1. Pink vs Kool & The Gang – Get The Fresh Party Started mashup

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Top 10 Remix Chart for January 2022 Top 10 Remix Chart (based on sales)
January 2022

Excludes free remixes.

10. Bubba Sparxxx vs Megan Thee Stallion – Ms New Booty vs Body mashup
9. King Tee – Diss You remix
8. 2Pac vs DJ Khalid – California vs Wild Thoughts mashup
7. Justin Bieber vs Outkast – Sorry Miss Jackson mashup
6. Missy Elliott vs ACDC vs Rick James – Get Your Freak On vs Back In Black vs Super Freak mashup
5. Kendrick Lamar vs Masked Wolf – Humble to a Astronaut in the Ocean mashup
4. Olivia Newton-John – Physical remix
3. 50 Cent vs Saweetie – In Da Club vs Best Friend mashup
2. Snoop Dogg vs Bruno Mars – Gin & 24K Juice mashup

1. Backstreet Boys vs David Bowie – Everybody Let’s Dance mashup

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Top 10 Remix Chart for December 2021 Top 10 Remix Chart (based on sales)
December 2021

Excludes free remixes.

10. Classic Christmas Rappin Mix
9. Eminem – Business remix
8. Tom Jones – She’s A Lady remix
7. Doja Cat – Need to Know remix
6. Fat Joe, DJ Khaled and Amorphous – Sunshine (The Light) remix
5. Latto – Big Energy remix
4. Planet Patrol – Play At Your Own Risk remix
3. Snoop Dogg vs Bruno Mars – Gin & 24K Juice mashup
2. Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up remix

1. Joel Corry & Jax Jones feat Charli XCX, Saweetie – Out Out remix

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