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SFPL Music: Common Reveals Release Date For New Album ‘Let Love’, Drops Visual “Hercules” Co-Starring Vince Staples

GRAMMY® Award-winning rapper COMMON will release his new album Let Love on August 30, 2019, his debut for Loma Vista Recordings.

Pre-order it HERE.

In tandem with this announcement, he shared his latest single and music video entitled “Hercules” [feat. Swizz Beatz]. On the track, he serves up his sharp signature wordplay between soulful backing vocals from Swizz Beatz. Meanwhile, the music video directed by Carrick [Weezer] sees Common thwart a convenience store robbery caught on surveillance camera—in between rapping into his iPhone. Vince Staples makes a cameo as the cashier.

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“Hercules” follows on the heels of the recent single “HER Love” featuring Daniel Caesar, special guest Dwele, and an unreleased beat from J Dilla. Not only did the song amass over 1 million cumulative streams and 339K views on the Savanah Leaf-directed music video within a week, but it also received widespread critical acclaim. VIBE called the song “a State of the Rap Union as he addresses the rise and expansion of hip-hop throughout the past 25 years.” Rolling Stone added that it was “Common’s homage to hip-hop”, and OkayPlayer professed that it’s “his most impactful body of work yet.”
Download “Hercules” HERE.
About the album, he shared, “This album is inspired by the book, “Let Love Have The Last Word” which gave me a path to write about things I had never written about before. It forced me to go deeper and because I opened up about so many things in the book, I was charged to go to raw, personal and spiritual places in the music. Production-wise, I knew that the music had to have depth, soul and dimension to it. I wanted the musicianship and the spirit of what live music brings, but it also had to have something raw and basement about it. When my team said, “You should do some music revolving around the book,” I just took that energy and went running into my artistry without focusing on anything else. No movies, no commercials, no parties (well, I don’t do that too much anyway) and I just worked on music. So this album is the culmination of this journey, this passion and this Divine Love that I have for one of GOD’s greatest gifts – MUSIC.”
COMMON will kick off his Let Love Tour, which starts in Denver, Colorado at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom tonight, and continues through marquee venues in the US and Canada before touring Europe for the first time since 2014. Special guests include Nicole Bus, July 11 –July 26, and Maimouna Youssef aka Mumu Fresh, August 7 – August 29. Each pair of tickets on the second leg of tour dates will come with new music—details to be emailed to ticket holders.
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Be on the lookout for more soon!
The official digital and CD release date is August 30, 2019, with vinyl to follow on October 11, 2019.
Let Love Track List:
1. Good Morning Love feat. Samora Pinderhughes
2. HER Love feat. Daniel Caesar w/special guest Dwele
3. Dwele’s Interlude
4. Hercules feat. Swizz Beatz
5. Fifth Story feat. Leikeli47
6. Forever Your Love feat. BJ The Chicago Kid
7. Leaders (Crib Love) feat. A-Trak
8. Memories of Home feat. BJ The Chicago Kid and Samora Pinderhughes
9. Show Me That You Love feat. Jill Scott and Samora Pinderhughes
10. My Fancy Free Future Love
11. God Is Love feat. Leon Bridges and Jonathan McReynolds
Let Love First Leg Tour Dates:
7/11 – Denver, CO – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom
7/12 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Gallivan Center
7/14 – Seattle, WA – The Moore
7/16 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
7/17 – Troutdale, OR – McMenamins Edgefield
7/18 – Saratoga, CA – The Mountain Winery
7/20 – Las Vegas, NV – Reynolds Hall at the Smith Center
7/21 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
7/24 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel
7/26 – Newport Beach, CA – The Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
Let Love Second Leg Tour Dates:
8/7 – Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
8/8 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit
8/9 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre
8/10 – Covington, KY – Madison Theater*
8/11 – McKees Rocks, PA – Roxian Theater
8/14 – Washington, DC – Warner Theatre
8/15 – Mashantucket, CT – Fox Theatre
8/16 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore Philadelphia
8/20 – Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
8/21 – Columbia, SC – Township Auditorium
8/22 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
8/23 – Charlotte, NC – Belk Theater
8/27 – Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater*
8/28 – Dallas, TX – Bomb Factory
8/29 – Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
*No Maimouna Youssef aka Fresh
9/7 – Oslo Norway – Sentrum Scene
9/8 – Copenhagen, Denmark – VEGA
9/10 – London, England – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
9/12 – Manchester, England – O2 Ritz
9/14 – Paris, France – Elysée Montmartre
9/15 – Cologne, Germany – Carlswerk
9/16 – Berlin, Germany – Astra
9/18 – Utrecht, Holland – Ronda
9/19 – Belgium, Gent – Vooriut
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Google Salutes the Birth of Hip Hop with Interactive Doodle

On August 11, 1973, there was a party at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx-and four decades later, we’re still talking about it. Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 44th anniversary of that party, which is widely credited as the birth of the Hip Hop movement.

To learn more about the Doodle and the movement that inspired it, the Keyword team chatted with three of the Googlers behind the Doodle-Kevin Burke, Ryan Germick and Perla Campos. We also talked with two legendary hip hop pioneers who served as close partners in the project: Fab 5 Freddy, former host of “Yo! MTV Raps” and narrator of the Doodle, and Cey Adams, visual artist and founding creative director of Def Jam records, who designed the Doodle logo image that you see on the homepage today. Here’s what they had to say.

Keyword: How did you come up with the idea for this Doodle?

Kevin: I’m a huge Hip Hop fan. Growing up outside New Orleans, it was a part of my DNA-performing Hip Hop in my high school band, adding Hip Hop to my college radio station’s rotation, and working on the set of Outkast’s “Ms. Jackson” music video in my first job out of college. Hip Hop has been a constant thread through my life and I wanted to bring my love of it to a Doodle. I developed the concept for interactive turntables, showed it to my manager Ryan (also a fan of Hip Hop), and he lost it. He said, “let’s make it tomorrow!”

OK, so people were into the idea. But Hip Hop is such a big topic. How did you decide what to focus on?

Perla: From the beginning, we were thinking big. I mean, Hip Hop touches so many parts of culture but a lot of people don’t know much about its origins. So, we anchored the Doodle to the birth of Hip Hop, and wanted to celebrate the people who pioneered the movement. We hope to give them the voice and the recognition they deserve, which is what Doodles are all about-shining light on times of history that maybe you didn’t know about.

Kevin: It all started with DJ Kool Herc, an 18-year old Jamaican DJ in the Bronx. He and his sister threw a party in August 1973, and when he DJ’d the party, he used two turntables to extend the instrumental break in the music where people did their craziest dance moves (that’s actually how “break” dancing got its name!). And the Hip Hop movement was born.

Ryan: With each Doodle, we try to touch a different part of the human experience. But we hadn’t yet touched on a massive part of U.S. and global culture-Hip Hop. And by bringing in elements like “Achievements,” we can also make it about the real people behind the Hip Hop movement.

Speaking of the real people … Fab and Cey, how did you feel when you first heard about this project?

Fab: It was a full circle experience for me. I first went online in 1994-I even remember doing a segment on “Yo! MTV Raps” about email. And going back to when I first got on the internet, I was looking for likeminded people who were part of the culture. And now, Hip Hop is on one of the biggest digital platforms out there, in a way that acknowledges and recognizes what this culture is, and what it continues to be. It’s pretty amazing.

Cey: Everybody on this project was so excited to be a part of it, which made me excited too. I could add an authentic point of view and represent all the people who helped start the movement, even the ones who are no longer here. The project is rooted in honoring the past.

The Doodle pays homage to many early pioneers of Hip Hop. How did you decide who to include?

Perla: We started with a big list of people and narrowed it down based on a ton of research and conversations with close partners versed in all things Hip Hop-like Lyor Cohen, current head of YouTube music and a legend in the music industry who has signed some of the greatest Hip Hop artists ever. We also wanted to make sure we represented the diversity in Hip Hop and featured the women who were a huge part of the early days but often aren’t talked about.

Kevin: Part of the Doodle is a “record crate” that has legendary samples you can listen to. You’ve probably heard these samples in a Jay-Z or Kanye West song but few people know who actually created them. Perla and I were in tears one day because we added a bunch of fresh beats from our childhood-the samples behind the Puff Daddy, Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. songs we loved growing up. We were totally going down memory lane.

How does this compare to other Doodles?

Perla: We’ve never done a Doodle like this before, both because of the technical challenges and the many voices and collaborators we wanted to include. It was both unnerving and exciting to tackle this because so many people have been touched by Hip Hop in some way-so how do you do it justice?

Ryan: There’s a lot that went into figuring out what bitrate of audio you needed to scratch records, how to sync up the beats correctly, and the complexities around animations were firsts for us. We’re always trying to one-up ourselves, to exceed the expectations of people who love our Doodles. This one represented all the things Doodles are good at: storytelling, interactivity and education.

How did you get into Hip Hop? What’s your earliest memory of Hip Hop?

Kevin: I got a lot of exposure to Hip Hop growing up in Louisiana. I was this artist kid in a suburban conservative area-I identified with the spirit, angst and celebratory energy of Hip Hop. I’m also a music trivia nerd-when I was a kid, my dad would quiz me whenever a song came on the radio. I’ve tried to work that music trivia into this Doodle at every chance.

Ryan: Hip Hop was part of the fabric of my upbringing. I grew up in suburban Indiana-in an environment dramatically different from the Bronx where Hip Hop was born-but as soon as we got cable, I started watching “Yo! MTV Raps.” One of the most exciting things about working on this Doodle was that we got to collaborate with people like Fab 5 Freddy and Prince Paul, one of my all-time favorite hip hop producers.

Cey: One of my earliest memories is when I went to the Jamaica Armory to see Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five. I realized that Hip Hop belonged to us-it was music for myself and my friends, something that nobody could take away from us.

Fab: The guys who wanted to be DJs and rappers had this sense of wonder and energy about them. They were like engineers in the way they worked with their sound systems-the cables, the speakers, the amps. Those DJs were a bunch of smart cats figuring out something that was advanced and revolutionary during that time. I felt comfortable around them during a time when there was rough stuff going on in the streets.

How do you view the evolution of Hip Hop over the last 44 years? Where is it going?

Fab: The essence of Hip Hop culture at its base is like an algorithm-it can be done in any language and by any nationality out there, and when done right it grows exponentially. From the very beginnings in the 70s, this culture was generated by those who had very little, and took those bare essentials to say: “I’m here, I matter.” And that has reverberated continuously for decades. So I don’t like to think of old school vs. new school, I’m a “now school” person. Hip Hop marches on-it will always reinvent itself.

Cey, you’ve worked as an artist for decades, across a huge variety of mediums. What was it like to design something for the Google homepage?

Cey: Graffiti has always been associated with vandalism to some degree-in the early days, I had to tell people that my art was different from people who were just tagging. But we’re capital “A” artists. All we’re doing is using a spray can instead of a paintbrush. And now Google is putting this piece of art on the homepage, which will be seen by people all over the world. That’s really exciting to me.

What do you hope the audience gets from this Doodle?

Perla: My biggest aspiration for the Doodle is that people see themselves in it, that there’s something that speaks to and represents them on the Google homepage. Hip Hop originated as a way for young people to focus on something positive in the midst of the negative forces around them, so I want people to feel that same hope and positivity from this Doodle.

Ryan: I hope people can cut through some of the negative stereotypes associated with Hip Hop -it’s not without its shortcomings but it’s such an important part of our culture. The Bronx was not an easy place to grow up in the 70’s, but such a vibrant culture was born out of it.

Cey: I want people to get a Hip Hop education, and to understand that the music, the art, the dance, the fashion, it’s all part of a collective lifestyle of people who wanted to change their circumstances. And it will always be there-and will continue to spread around the world-because there’s always some young person who wants to change their circumstances.

Fab: For those who have have grown up with this, they’re gonna be amazed to see such a huge part of their lives acknowledged. I want people to see that Hip Hop affects everybody, not just youth culture. It continues to be important, relevant and alive. And it’s happening in every corner of the globe.

Kevin: I love that we’re celebrating a party-people dancing and performing, there’s something really positive about that.

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SFPL’s Artist Spotlight: Detroit Newcomer, LC, Releases “Secure The Bag”

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The Hip Hop spotlight is making a shift back to the Midwest – Detroit, MI to be exact. With artists like Tee Grizzley, Big Sean, and many others, paving the way for the new generation out of the Motor City, Courtney Bell – known by his artist moniker, LC – is ready to join the wave as well. The twenty-two-year-old lyricist from the west side of Detroit has been carving out his lane after deciding to take his music career seriously two years ago. To date, he’s been featured on publications such as The Source, HipHopSince1987, and an array of Detroit/Midwest outlets.

Today, LC debuts his first official single of the Summer with brand new visuals. In “Secure The Bag,” LC flaunts his aggressive delivery over, what he describes as, “a modern, melodic, Trap, wavy production;” provided by Gustavs Strazdins. In a world full of decisions, actions, and consequences, LC reflects on all of these in his own life from a transparent perspective.

With his debut album, “Transgressions,” nearing completion, LC gives us a taste of what’s to come. Hit play on LC’s new video and learn how to secure your own bag.

Twitter: @CourtneyBell313

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The Source and Hip-Hop Salutes Barack Hussein Obama with Official Cover

Former President Obama was the Source of inclusion for Hip Hop, he inspired the nation and many around the world. In this issue, The Source and the Hip Hop community thanks and salutes Mr. Obama for all he has done despite tremendous opposition and prejudice. Barack Hussein Obama showcased culture and invited an unprecedented number of visitors to the White House, who created popular culture trends, quoted lyrics and wrote rhymes from the street.

Issue #271 of The Source dives into what Obama represented: a different kind of politician, who possessed charisma, soaring rhetoric, a unique bi-racial heritage, a telegenic family that symbolized the best of American culture, and of course, we can’t forget his swagger! Some of the top Hip Hop heavyweights chime in on the impact Obama has made for the culture and reflect on his legacy.

Not all people were thrilled with President Obama’s performance. Read the varied opinions and articles in this issue. There is no doubt, the Obama family and the former president will go down in history and made many proud.

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For more on this story check out Issue #271 of The Source Magazine, due to hit stands this Friday.

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Watch: Remy Ma Comes Dress For A Funeral and Spills The Details On Why She Decided To Diss Nicki Minaj

If we learned anything this past week, it’s not to mess with Remy Ma period! Last weekend Remy Ma shut down the internet when she came out of nowhere with her scathing diss record “SHEther” calling out Nicki Minaj.

It was clearly no debate at the time as the internet and hip-hop community all agreed that Remy won that round since we never got a response from the head Barbie in charge at all.

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We are now about a full week in and besides some Instagram photos trying to portray herself as being “unbothered” Nicki still has not responded. Remy of course decided she’s not gonna wait and decided to poke the dead horse again and dropped another diss record last night titled “Another One” getting at Nicki which premiered on Funk Flex’s radio show.

Unfortunately that diss record was not well received among the social media masses and the hashtag #ThatWasTrashRemy immediately began to trend. Remy even took a step forward and posted and quickly deleted a photo on Instragram of pre-surgery Nicki in a risqué photo. Yet still no response from the self-proclaimed Queen of hip-hop though.

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Well today on The Wendy Show, Remy and Fat Joe stopped by and Remy once again let it be known she is P E T T Y as hell by showing up dressed for a funeral.

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Now of course you know Wendy had to get the details on what started the beef and to our surprise Remy reveals (full interview posted above) that it wasn’t Nicki’s subliminal jabs on wax but her behind the scenes behavior. Remy revealed to Wendy and the world that Nicki tried to keep money out her pocket, keep her off of red carpets, block her from winning awards by threatening not to show up and make people write bad reports about her albums.

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Well the world is still on Nicki watch waiting to see if she will say anything at all on the situation. Earlier today The Breakfast Club’s own Charlamagne Tha God awarded Nicki “Donkey of The Day” for sudden quietness in these rap streets.

Welp, if getting Donkey of The Day doesn’t get a rise out of Nicki or Remy’s accusations today we don’t know what will. All we know is she has to respond because Remy is not a nobody she can just sweep under a rug. We shall see how this continues to play out.

Do you feel Nicki should respond? Let us know below.

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Jim Jones Reveals How His Roc Nation Deal Came To Be and Hints At A Possible Jay Z Collaboration!

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They say time heals all wounds and that seems to be the case when it came to the 13-year-old beef between Jay Z and Dipset capo Jim Jones. Last night pictures surfaced of Jim Jones sealing the deal to join Jay Z’s Roc Nation empire.

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Sources close the Jim told TMZ that he signed with Jay Z and his “lieutenants”, OG and Ty Ty, and they will be managing all facets Jimmy’s brand that includes music, fashion, acting and more. TMZ caught up with the “We Fly High” rapper today and he broke down how the historic deal came to be.

Jim revealed that he has matured and is more of businessman and he operate off his emotions like he used to when he was younger. He also revealed that he didn’t have a conversation with Jay Z himself yet and that deal was kinda done “like the mob” but it was sanctioned by Jay. It’s clear Jim realized beefs don’t make you money and we can’t be mad at that. Jim even hinted at possible collaborations in the studio. giphy

We are very curious as to how his former friend and Dipset partner Cam’Ron feels about this move? It’s no secret Cam’Ron and Jim’s relationship has been strained and Cam’Ron isn’t no friend of Jay Z.

Well we still gotta congratulate Jim on making a major move for his career, we can’t wait to see what may come from this new venture.

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Rapper DaBaby Freestyles over D.R.A.M. & Lil Yachty’s “Broccoli” [Video]

Charlotte lyricist DaBaby hits his stride over D.R.A.M. and Lil Yachty‘s “Broccoli” and more in this On The Spot freestyle session with the legendary DJ Bay Bay on K104 in Dallas.

DaBaby’s God’s Work: Resurrected project is available on iTunes HERE.

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Last Night In NYC: Verizon & 300 Entertainment’s #Freestyle50 Challenge Event with Kevin Liles, London On Da Track & more

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Freestyle. The pulse of hip hop culture that fuels creativity, freedom and lyrical skill. In the beginning, freestyling refined the art of lyricism. Today, it takes on a new meaning, defining the way in which we pioneer our way through life. Freely, boldly and without boundaries.

To honor this movement, Verizon partnered with 300 Entertainment to find the nation’s best freestyle lyricist with the launch of the #Freestyle50 challenge. To celebrate, both companies kicked things off with a celebration for the new series that included special invited guests, artists, media, and industry tastemakers.

Hosted by LowKey of YouHeardThatNew.com and Beats1, Key Hosts Kevin Liles (300 Entertainment Co-Founder and music executive) & London on da Track (Music Producer and Songwriter), guests with performances included: Power 105.1‘s The Breakfast Club host, DJ Envy, along with A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Dave East, Astro, Casanova, Maino, plus more.

Attendees were treated to light bites at NYC’s own Espace paired with specialty cocktails and music by DJ Envy.

The national competition will award seven aspiring artists the gig of a lifetime as opening acts across upcoming 300 Entertainment’s artist tours. They will then compete in a live, freestyle cypher event in Atlanta for a chance to win the grand prize of a single deal with 300 Entertainment and a cash prize of $10,000.

The #Freestyle50 challenge is providing a platform for up-and-coming artists to not only showcase their talents, but celebrate themselves and build upon their careers. Verizon and 300 Entertainment are encouraging people to freestyle about who they represent and how they are shaping and navigating culture – freestyling their way through life.

The #Freestyle50 challenge was inspired by Verizon’s 7GB for $50 prepaid offer exclusively at Walmart for a limited time.

Instructions: To enter, share a video on Twitter or Instagram freestyling to the instrumental of “Spend It” by Dae Dae using hashtag #freestyle50challenge and tagging @Verizon.

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Cool Amerika ‘The Lit And The Restless’ Hosted by Bigga Rankin, Dj Tonee & Dj Marc B. [Fly Mixtape]

Cool Amerika releases their new project The Lit And The Restless via Alliance Music Group in association with EmpireDistribution. The Mixtape is hosted by legendary Dj Bigga Rankin and young superstar djs, DjTonee and Dj Marc B. with features from Casino (Freebandz), Cap 1 and YFN Lucci.

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Random Beef: The Game and Meek Mill Go After Each Other On Instagram After Game Disses Meek on New Track “92 Bars”

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ell this beef was unexpected! Meek Mill has another rapper to worry about besides Drake now, west coast MC The Game is now throwing shots at the Philly rapper.

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Things picked up this morning when The Breakfast Club premiered Game’s record “92 Bars” (posted above)  which featured some pretty choice words for Meek. Folks were completely thrown for a loop by the diss that apparently stems from Meek “snitching” on The Game, about what though no one has a clue yet..

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On the song Game takes some serious jabs at Meek,he even goes as far as to bring up Meek’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj in the song.

Game raps on “92 Bars”:

She got a couple mill and she don’t even know Meek
And ever since that nigga snitched on me we just don’t speak
See that shit you got with Drake is like a slow leak
Blood’ll be dripping like Niagara if I poke Meek
Nicki won’t get no sleep, I’m coming through at 4 a.m
Four deep, to leave his dead body on the soaked sheets
It could happen lowkey
You better have Ross call me or you gon’ be eye level with a roach feet
This ain’t a diss, nigga
This is all lives matter except this nigga’s
This 1992 shit ain’t no new shit
We in that all black you won’t know who Blood and who Crip
With guns big enough to sink a fucking cruise ship
Fuck around and be a news clip with them loose lips
My nigga Drizzy packed you out and you ain’t do shit
This the Golden State and my shooters ain’t on no hoop shit
Nigga you know that I’ll snap you like a toothpick
And snitching on niggas ain’t never been no cool shit
And I’ve been wanting to give Nicki this pool stick
So tell your lil’ vibrant thing come fuck with Q-Tip
We know where you live, nigga, you better move quick
And start thinking twice about who you hop in the coupe with

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Game didn’t stop there he took the attack to his favorite social media platform Instagram and posted a picture of himself and Nicki Minaj from her video for “Pills and Potions”. In the caption he states “The last time Nicki held a REAL N***A”. He has followed that post up with some old photos of Meek Mill before the fame and he is going in.

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Well damn, not one to bite his tongue as we learned during his beef with Drake, Meek Mill responded back to The Game on Instagram. In two posts (now deleted) one of them a picture of Nicki kissing him on the cheek, Meek addresses the fact The Game wants to fight him then dropped a diss record and conveniently released pre-order links for his new album 1992. Meek even makes light of the situation stating the Iphone 7 dropped today and that folks don’t want to hear it.

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Well one thing is for sure folks are definitely reading about this confusing beef on their new Iphone 7’s. This beef has already gotten into dangerous territory with The Game including Nicki Minaj in it. One thing we know about Game when it comes to his beefs with other rappers is that he is relentless. The timing of all of this is very convenient, and we are definitely scratching our heads at this one and we don’t know why this is happening but like Charlamagne tweeted earlier we like rap music.

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We will definitely be keeping our eyes and ears focused on focused on this beef.

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