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Last weekend T.I. dropped off his latest studio LP Dime Trap and while he’s been making a living as a reality TV dad/husband for a hot minute he proved that he can still every bit the rapper he was known to be.
Continuing to further that point, T.I. calls on Young Thug to get turnt up in the visual to “The Weekend” where an “innocent” pool party turns into murder scene after a wannabe Spring Breaker gets her comeuppance.
Speaking of women troubles, 6lack and J. Cole bond over their relationship drama with their respective partners in the clip to “Pretty Little Fears.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from OG Sweetz featuring Willie D, Eric Bellinger featuring AD, and more.
T.I. FT. YOUNG THUG & SWIZZ BEATZ – “THE WEEKEND”
6LACK FT. J. COLE – “PRETTY LITTLE FEARS”
OG SWEETZ FT. WILLIE D – “GOVERDENT”
K CAMP & GENIUS – “CAN’T GO HOME”
FLIPPA – “NO CAP INTRO”
ERIC BELLINGER FT. AD – “PULLIN UP”
REKS & SHORTFYUZ FT. TERMANOLOGY – “POLLO/COLLECTION”
JORDAN HOLLYWOOD FT. LIL BABY – “LET ME FIND OUT”
MIKEYBADASS – “ACT RIGHT”
Z MONEY – “APART OF TRAPPIN”
SOLOSAM – “BREEZIN & COOLIN”
Three days before Father’s Day, Will Smith serving up proof that he’s one incredible dad.
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While on the ‘Undateable’ set, Bridgit Mendler and Bianca Kajlich tell Access how they feel about keeping the show in a live format.
By CRACKED Readers Published: August 22nd, 2015
A Muslim woman who recently flew on United Airlines wrote in a Facebook post that a flight attendant told her that she couldn’t have a can of Coke on the flight because she might use it as a weapon, which left her feeling humiliated and discriminated against. What do you think?
NEW YORK — In a humorous, self-deprecating fashion, Brooke Shields, actress, model, best-selling author and beauty entrepreneur gave thoughtful advice to the graduates of the School of Art and Design and School of Graduate Studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology on Thursday morning.
Later in the day, Marc Metrick, president of Saks Fifth Avenue, addressed the second part of the day with a mix of humor, sentiment and reflections on the past, indicating that while his memory of his graduation day 20 years ago has faded, “I do hope that you take away from our few minutes together, what an exciting time it is to be starting out in retail and in fashion.Working in this industry allows you to shape taste and culture. Remember that.Young or old, man or woman, rich or poor, fancy or basic – fashion touches everyone.”
Upon taking the podium for her speech, Shields thanked everyone for inviting her to be the commencement speaker. “What was I thinking? I’ve been staring at the exits, there’s eight of them,” she said.
Shields said she took a comprehensive tour of FIT last week and was duly impressed. “From the moment I got on the elevator, I was told that it was