Uncle Murda ft. Que Banz “I Ain’t Kanye,” Skepta “Pure Water” & More | Daily Visuals 11.1.18

Source: Various images from Day One of Bestival 2016 at Robin Hill Country Park on the Isle of Wight, Friday 9th September 2016 Featuring: skepta Where: Robin Hill Country Park, United Kingdom When: 09 Sep 2016 Credit: WENN.com

We guess you can count Uncle Murda as one of Kanye West’s latest critics… kinda.

Linking up with Que Banz for the visual to “I Ain’t Kanye,” Uncle Murda and company reimagine “Drip Too Hard” while politicking in the studio with a bevy of thick young women. Don’t let the title fool you though, they ain’t really go hard on the MAGA rapper. They just had some fun with his name.

Meanwhile in a country whose leader isn’t blatantly racist, UK rapper Skepta keeps himself with some attractive company that would make T’Challa proud in his black-and-white clip to “Pure Water.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from OSBS featuring 2 Chainz, Rich The Kid featuring YG, and more.

UNCLE MURDA FT. QUE BANZ – “I AIN’T KANYE”

SKEPTA – “PURE WATER”

OSBS FT. 2 CHAINZ – “I KNOW”

RICH THE KID FT. YG – “MO PAPER”

VA-CAY FT. JMO – “OFF-WHITE”

D FLOWERS – “B*TCH ASS”

BALI BABY – “RESURRECTION INTRO”

STEVEN B THE GREAT FT. SNAP DOGG – “HITMAN”

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YoungBoy NBA ft. Kevin Gates & Quando Rondo “I Am Who They Say I Am,” Maxwell “Shame” & More | Daily Visuals 10.17.18

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Source: Unitas Gala Against Sex Trafficking – Red Carpet Arrivals Featuring: Maxwell Where: Manhattan, New York, United States When: 16 Sep 2015 Credit: Ivan Nikolov/WENN.com

They say that when someone shows you who they are believe them. Well, it seems like YoungBoy Never Broke Again is seconding that sentiment no matter what you may have heard.

Linking up with the ever controversial Kevin Gates and Quando Rondo for the visual to “I Am Who They Say I Am,” YBNBA and company show and prove that they don’t mind what your perception of them is, they’re still going to live regardless to whom or what.

On a lighter note, R&B legend Maxwell lays in bed awake while pining for the love of a woman gone in the wind in his somber clip to “Shame.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from PnB Rock, Freddie Gibbs featuring 03 Greedo, and more.

YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN FT. KEVIN GATES & QUANDO RONDO – “I AM WHO THEY SAY I AM”

MAXWELL – “SHAME”

PNB ROCK – “NOWADAYS”

FREDDIE GIBBS FT. 03 GREEDO – “DEATH ROW”

BHAD BABIE FT. YG – “JUICE”

OTIS CLAPP – “FAKE LOVE”

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Dave East “I Don’t Understand,” DJ Kay Slay ft. A Gang of Rappers “Back To Bars” & More | Daily Visuals 9.10.18

Earlier this summer Dave East dropped some heat in his Karma 2 mixtape and though we’re on the cusp of Fall, East is done keeping the streets hot.

Coming through with some visuals for “I Don’t Understand,” the Harlem rapper gets his acting on for a minute and has his crew back down a rival gang while East walks away with their shorty. Guess she wasn’t a ride or die.

Keeping things in the city that never sleeps the Drama King DJ Kay Slay puts together a lyrical coalition for the clip to “Back To Bars” and recruits the talents of Joell Ortiz, Vado, Jon Connor, Mysonne, Fred The Godson & Nino Man.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Blac Youngsta, The O’My’s featuring Chance The Rapper, and more.

DAVE EAST – “I DON’T UNDERSTAND”

DJ KAY SLAY FT. JOELL ORTIZ, JON CONNOR, LOCKSMITH, VADO, FRED THE GODSON, MYSONNE & NINO MAN – “BACK TO BARS”

BLAC YOUNGSTA – “901”

THE O’MY’S FT. CHANCE THE RAPPER – “IDEA”

PIMPTON FT. RICH THE KID – “BOPPERS”

ARI LENNOX – “WHIPPED CREAM”

MONEYBAGG YO – “LUV CYCLE”

FAST CASH BOYZ – “CASH WALK”

KIRK KNIGHT – “RUN IT BACK FREESTYLE”

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Kanye West Reveals The Meaning Of ‘I Hate Being Bi-Polar, It’s Awesome’

Kanye West discusses his bipolar disorder and the infamous TMZ incident during an interview on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’
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KFi 1st ft. 2 Chainz & A$AP Ferg “How I Feel,” Mistah Fab ft. Philthy Rich & Cookie Money “I Still Ain’t Got No Money” & More | Daily Visuals 8.7.18

 

Even though we do love fast cars and poppin’ bottles like we took home the trophy, Nascar never really found an audience in the hood. Until now… kinda.

In FKi 1st’s 2 Chainz and A$ AP Ferg assisted visual to “How I Feel” the trio find themselves celebrating a Nascar style victory complete with bottles, women, and a press conference.

Back in The Town, Mistah Fab turns up himself in a manner we’re more familiar with as he, Philthy Rich and Cookie money make it rain dead Bens in the strip club for his clip to “Still Ain’t Got No Money.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ayo & Teo featuring Lil Yachty, Lil Durk featuring Gunna and and more.

FKI 1ST FT. 2 CHAINZ, A$ AP FERG – “HOW I FEEL”

MISTAH FAB FT. PHILTHY RICH & COOKIE MONEY – “STILL AIN’T GOT NO MONEY”

AYO & TEO FT. LIL YACHTY – “AY3”

LIL DURK FT. GUNNA & TK KRAVITZ – “HOME BODY”

BJ THE CHICAGO KID – “THE OPENING CEREMONY”

YNW MELLY – “I AM YOU”

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Dave East & Rick Ross “Fresh Prince of Belaire,” The Lox “I Don’t Care” & More | Daily Visuals 7.13.18

Source: The Lox film on a street in New York Featuring: The Lox, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Jadakiss Where: NYC, New York, United States When: 10 Nov 2014 Credit: PNP/WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed

Millennials have it good with their technological ways and all these days, but they’ll never know how truly glorious life was in the golden era of humanity: the 90’s.

Dave East and Rick Ross know this all too well as they link up for “Fresh Prince of Belaire” where the duo throw a 90’s theme party complete with loud ass clothing and a yellow taxi cab. We kinda feel like most people actually took an Uber to the video shoot but that’s neither here nor there.

Keeping with the 90’s, OG Hip-Hop group The Lox come through with a good ol’ cookout at the park where they’re surrounded by fam and friends for their clip to “I Don’t Care.” We wonder what they would’ve done had BBQ Becky called popo on them.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Jim Jones, PnB Rock, and more.

DAVE EAST & RICK ROSS – “FRESH PRINCE OF BELAIRE”

THE LOX – “I DON’T CARE”

JIM JONES FT. MOZZY – “BANGING”

PNB ROCK – “LONDON”

TRENCHMOB – “COMING HOME”

FOOLIO – “RING AROUND THE ROSIE”

STONO ECHO – “WORKIN”

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T-Pain ft. Mr. Talkbox “May I,” MURS ft. Tech N9ne “Same Way” & More | Daily Visuals 2.15.18

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Tallahassee Pain sure has come a long way from performing in the strip clubs.

Leaving behind the top hat and florescent lights, T-Pain gets his gentleman on in his black-and-white visual to “May I” where the Florida crooner provides the soundtrack to a wedding before making off with the bride. Talk about a stealth mission.

While on the topic of relationships, MURS meets his girlfriend’s dysfunctional family in the Tech N9ne assisted clip to “Same Way.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kodak Black, Tink, and more.

T-PAIN FT. MR TALKBOX – “MAY I”

MURS FT. TECH N9NE – “SAME WAY”

KODAK BLACK – “WHEN VULTURES CRY”

TINK – “BREAKIN’ ME”

ROTIMI – “BAECATION”

ELLA MAI – “NEEDED”

BLACKFACE – “HEROIN”

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ESPN’s Jemele Hill: “I Deserved That Suspension” [VIDEO]

‘ESPN sports analyst Jemele Hill has quietly been serving her 2-week suspension for trumped-up charges—pun very much intended. Hill recently revealed that she’s not mad at the network and went as far as saying that she deserved the suspension. 

TMZ spotted Hill at LAX and asked her about the situation. After saying she was grateful for and humbled by the support of her supporters, she gave a very diplomatic answer.

“Me and ESPN are fine. We’re in a good place and I’m happy to be back at the network,” said Hill, who said she’ll be back Monday (Oct. 23).

She added, “So, here’s how this works—it doesn’t really matter what I think…. It matters to people, but here’s the reality—ESPN acted [how] they felt was right, and, you know, I don’t have any argument or quibble with that. I would tell people, absolutely, after my Donald Trump tweets, I deserved that suspension. I deserved it. Like, absolutely. I violated the policy; I deserved that suspension. Going forward we’ll be in a good healthy place, it’ll be fine. I’m looking forward to it.”

Although Hill regrets putting ESPN, and her co-workers on the show, in a bad spot—she does not take back anything she said.

Respect.

Photo: Getty

 

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Selena Gomez Gets Refreshingly Real About Social Media: ‘I Like Being Vulnerable’

Selena Gomez opens up to Time magazine about the upsides and pitfalls of social media.
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Rick Ross On Signing Women Rappers: MMG: ‘I Gotta F*ck a Couple Times’

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News in Brief: John Boehner To Paul Ryan: ‘I Was Once Young And Beautiful Too’

WASHINGTON—Pulling the congressman aside Wednesday and sitting him down in his office, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) reportedly told his likely successor, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), that he had once been young and beautiful too. “There was a time when I had that youthful glow and that glimmer in my eye, just like you; but time passes, and alas, it takes its toll,” said Boehner as he gently brushed the back of his hand along Ryan’s cheek and recalled how he had, years earlier, possessed unspoiled good looks, an innocent charm and energy, and a popularity among his party much the same as that of his heir apparent. “You might not believe it looking at this old, withered shell sitting before you now, but back so many years ago in 2011, I was no different than you—a bright young thing that every Republican congressman wanted to be …




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The Official Drake and Beyonce Song “Can I” Dropped on OVO Sound Radio

Whether it’s diss tracks or new album streams, there is a reason why people can’t stop listening to OVO Sound Radio. Today, the Beats 1 Radio show once again makes news by releasing the official track by Beyonce and Drake titled “Can I”, which originally linked in the spring featuring singer Sal Houdini.

Check out the track below.

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Justin Bieber On Working With Kanye West: ‘I Just Sit And Listen’

Justin Bieber revealed what it’s like to work with Kanye West in a new interview.
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Taylor J – “I Can Tell”

After releasing his ‘1991’ mixtape a couple weeks ago, Taylor J drops the first video from the tape “I Can Tell” shot by @HyphyTv and produced by Christian Lou. Watch below!

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MistaRogers – “I Know” (VIDEO)

Continuing to thrive off his latest release, MistaRogers releases the official music video for “I Know” off his DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Dying To LiveThe project included 16 tracks with features from the likes of Ty Dolla $ ign, Sonny Digital, Troy Ave, Chase N Cashe, and more.

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Alternative Pick: K’LA – “I Made It”

Filmed in Gary, Indiana this new video from K’La is a feel good track celebrating K’La ascension to the blossoming career. While she is still getting known by the masses this video shows a clear vision of her potential.

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Chris Rivers Ft. Sheek Louch – “I Got It Made” (Freestyle)

Chris Rivers is back and this time he’s bringing out the heavy weaponry. The veteran Sheek Louch attacks Special Ed’s “I Got It Made” instrumental.


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P. Diddy & Pharrell “Finna Get Loose,” Future “I Serve That Base,” & More | Daily Visuals 8.6.15

Throwback Thursday really does live up to its name as today’s visuals feature artists who dominated the 90’s.

First off is P. Diddy who enlists the talents of Skateboard P to help him jam out in a club scene similar to that of the infamous Tunnel (80’s babies know what I’m talking about) on this Hype Williams directed “Finna Get Loose.”

On the other side of the states Warren G utilizes vocals left behind by Nate D-O-Double-G (R.I.P.) and kicks that Left Coast G-funk that’s been absent for quite some time on his latest cut, “My House.”

And leave it to a rapper like Future to take TBT to the next level. For the visuals to “I Serve The Base” Ciara’s baby daddy uses stock footage of his trapping days from 2004 to give you a better idea of the kind of life he came from to make it this far. Russell Wilson better take notice!

Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from legendary group Public Enemy, T-Pain, and more.

 

P. DIDDY FT. PHARRELL – “FINNA GET LOOSE”

 

FUTURE – “I SERVE THE BASE”

 

WARREN G FT. NATE DOGG – “MY HOUSE”

 

PUBLIC ENEMY – “NO SYMPATHY FROM THE DEVIL”

 

T-PAIN FT. JUICY J – “MAKE THAT SH*T WORK”

 

SILENT KNIGHT – “WALKING”

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Listen to Young Thug’s “I Need Chickens”

Whenever Young Thug works with Mike Will Made It, the results usually lead to a banger with that odd twist to it. That is exactly what “I Need Chickens” is. Mike Will’s production is constant with a West Coast like undertone, but Thugga’s raps adds a psychedelic tone to the song. Check out “I Need Chickens” below.

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OGG Affiliate Larry June Drops New Record “I Rap Now”

Larry June is an emcee that should be on your radar by now, and if he isn’t I suggest you get familiar quickly. Hailing from the bay, Larry June has strong ties with OG Maco, hence the OGG affiliation. Larry just released his latest body of work, a 3 track EP titled Larry Bird which was produced entirely by OG Maco’s in-house producer Deko. Today we get the trap influenced “I Rap Now” which has Larry June delivering his spot on ad-libs along with his unorthodox flow. #GoodJobLarry is on the way folks so stay tuned.


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UFC’s Conor McGregor On Floyd Mayweather: “I Would Dismantle Him” [VIDEO]

UFC featherweight fighter Conor McGregor might be the most exciting fighter in mixed martial arts today, and he certainly talks it like he walks it. The rising Irish star was a guest on TBS’s Conan show Thursday night, and he had some choice words for boxer Floyd Mayweather.

McGregor sat with host Conan O’Brien as part of the promotion for his upcoming fight at this weekend’s UFC 189 in Las Vegas. McGregor was set to take on UFC Featherweight champion, Brazillian Jose Aldo, in what was billed by UFC owner Dana White as “everything the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight was not” because of the explosive nature of the opponents. However, Aldo pulled out of the fight due to a rib injury, and McGregor will face talented wrestler Chad Mendes in the Octagon.

O’Brien pressed McGregor about how he would fare against Mayweather, considering they’re about the same weight and size. McGregor, much like his ring persona, didn’t mince words nor use even a hint of humility in saying he’d gladly box with Mayweather.

“If you’re asking me if I would like to fight Floyd, who wouldn’t want to dance around in the ring for $ 180 million dollars,” quipped McGregor as the audience laughed. “I certainly know he wouldn’t want to step into my world.”

But McGregor, who said he’d straight up box with Mayweather, had this to say: “If we were to get it on, I would most certainly dismantle him also.”

Watch the clip of Conor McGregor talking his cash money ish about Floyd Mayweather in the clip below. Hit the next page to see more of the brash and confident fighter’s interview with Conan O’Brien.

Photo: TBS

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Trae Tha Truth “I Don’t Give A F*ck,” Dizzy Wright “Higher Learning,” Cory Gunz “Make It Funky” & More | Daily Visuals 6.15.15

Dripping wet in ice in an abondaned alley on a lonely street, Trae Tha Truth and Rick Ross demonstrate they’re down for whatever whenever on “I Don’t Give A F*ck” off of Trae’s forthcoming album, Tha Truth. On “Higher Learning” Dizzy Wright proceeds to kick the kind of knowledge that you won’t learn in a classroom, but might pick up on a college campus where Ice Cube is the super duper senior.

Check out the rest of today’s releases and some gems from the weekend you might’ve missed including work from Cory Gunz, Hustle Gang, and more.

 

TRAE THA TRUTH FT. RICK ROSS – “I DON’T GIVE A FUCK”

 

DIZZY WRIGHT FT. CHEL’LE – “HIGHER LEARNING”

 

SKOOLY – “SIMPLE”

 

TORO Y MOI – “ROOM FOR 1ZONE”

CORY GUNZ – “MAKE IT FUNKY”

 

QUE – “EMOTIONS”

 

VEE THA RULA FT. KID INK & BRICC BABY SHITRO – “DAT LINGO”

 

HUSTLE GANG FT. T.I., B.O.B, SPODEE, YUNG BOOKE, SHAD DA GOD & BIG KUNTRY KING – “I DON’T FUCK WITH YOU”

 

RAY J FT. LIL WAYNE – “BROWN SUGAR”

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J. Diamond – “I Can’t Lose”

By way of Trinidad, New York and Alabama, J. Diamond takes his unique approach to new heights with the release of the music video to “I Can’t Lose.” In it, he brings forth a message of motivation and relentless, using the gym and basketball court to illustrate his point.

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Chris Brown: “I Talk To God A Lot Now”

Once again, Chris Brown is in his feelings. The R&B crooner with a penchant for drama—which he has pinned on being light skinned—took to Instagram to get some thoughts off his troubled chest. 

Hear him out.

“I always thought I knew the concept of love,” he wrote on the ‘Gram. “Fame and Money can get in the way of that. Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes. I can’t speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling.”

Hey, the first step is admittance, right?

Peep Breezy’s full disclosure below.

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I’m Konfuzed, I always thought I knew the concept of love. Fame and Money can get in the way of that. Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes. I can’t speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling. There has been times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see. I talk to God a lot now. He’s given me so much and I feel like I waste his gifts becuz of my impulsive personality. The world is full of negativity and I feel I play a part in it becuz of the choices I’ve made or mistakes. I tend to accept the negative or the riff raff becuz I know what it’s like to be a young black “nigga” in America. I always see the good in people even when they don’t see it. I love others more than myself at times. Everything u see on the surface does not reflect what’s inside. This is my white flag. I surrender to life and all its blessings. I refuse to be petty and attention seeking. To know me is to love me. Good Bad UGLY! Sincerely, Konfuzed

Photo: Instagram

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Bizarre “I Can’t Feel My Face”

From Bizarre’s upcoming mixtape, TweekSity, set to drop on June 16th, here are the visuals for the Super-produced  single, “I Can’t Feel My Face.”


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Soho Kings – “I Get Along Wit You”

SOHO KINGS return with another strong follow up single to their recent mixtape collaboration with DJ Absolut. The track features the hard hitting production, intricate Brooklyn rap, and swaggy melodies the duo is known for. Download this free track and check out the rest of their material at SohoKings.com


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Trina Says- “I Was Not Going To Be One Of Lil’ Wayne’s Baby Mamas”

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While some women would love to be in the Lil’ Wayne baby mama club (smh), Trina wasn’t with it. Trina spoke highly of Lil’ Wayne when she sat down with Tim Westwood, however she explained that she definitely was not going to be a Lil’ Wayne baby mama.

“I did not want to be, and I was not going to be, and that’s why I’m not.”

Trina also talked about Khloe Kardashian stealing French Montana from her.

“Well you know how they say, you know rats love to sneak up and eat the cheese. That’s what happens.”

Tim is messy LOL.

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Chris Pratt: ‘I Was More Fun’ When I Was The ‘Fat Guy’

A lot has changed for Chris Pratt over the years. After all, as the actor made the transformation from small-screen funnyman to big-screen lead, he also transformed his body.

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Ciara And Her Son Are Too Cute To Handle In New ‘I Got You’ Video

Ciara has shared a moving tribute to her son Future, with the video for “I Got You.”
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Maci On Her Co-Parenting Conversation With Ryan: ‘I Really Don’t Think He Gets It’

In this “Teen Mom OG: Featured Moment,” Maci talks about her co-parenting chat with Ryan.
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This ‘I Love Lucy’ Statue Is So Creepy Even Her Fans Want To Get Rid Of It

A small town in New York State has rallied to replace a creepy statue of Lucille Ball.
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‘I Miss My Daddy. Divorce Stinks.’ – NYTimes.com

It has been almost a year since my ex-husband and I separated. And today, we walked into a mediator’s office and got a majority of a divorce agreement drafted. Before you ask how we did that so fast, let me share that we have no property to fight over and no money. We had also already worked out our own custody schedule together, and know we have plenty of time to work out the kinks, at least before our daughter starts elementary school. All we needed to do was deal with the fine print. As sad as it was to have it almost over, I know it’s for the best and so does my ex.
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‘I Miss My Daddy. Divorce Stinks.’ – NYTimes.com

It has been almost a year since my ex-husband and I separated. And today, we walked into a mediator’s office and got a majority of a divorce agreement drafted. Before you ask how we did that so fast, let me share that we have no property to fight over and no money. We had also already worked out our own custody schedule together, and know we have plenty of time to work out the kinks, at least before our daughter starts elementary school. All we needed to do was deal with the fine print. As sad as it was to have it almost over, I know it’s for the best and so does my ex.
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Watch Tom Hanks Sing And Dance With Justin Bieber In Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘I Really Like You’ Video”

Carly Rae Jepsen gets Tom Hanks to sing, dance and make ‘Forrest Gump’ references in her ‘I Really Like You’ video.
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18-Year-Old Who Went On The Run With 13-Year-Old Girlfriend: ‘I Knew We Were Going To Get Caught’ (VIDEO)

Dalton Hayes, 18, and his 13-year-old girlfriend made headlines last month when they allegedly embarked on an interstate crime spree, reportedly leaving a trail of chaos in their wake. When the pair left their small, western Kentucky hometown, Dalton was set to appear in court on prior burglary and theft charges — though he denies that is why they left.

Over the next two weeks, authorities allege the young couple forged checks and stole three vehicles — one reportedly with firearms inside — while evading police across the South. They eventually were apprehended by law enforcement in Panama City Beach, Florida, as they slept inside a pickup truck.

In the video above, Dalton shares what happened when the two were caught, and why he believed the day would eventually come. Tune in to Dr. Phil Wednesday for Dr. Phil’s entire interview with Dalton. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Sunny & Gabe Host Groovy Affair In “I Luv It” | Daily Visuals 2.26.15

Virginia duo Sunny & Gabe debut a new visual for “I Luv It,” which features Certified Fresh alum D.R.A.M.

The combination of Sunny Gicz, a songstress with a hypnotic voice, and Gabe Niles, an up and coming, but very capable producer, are the life of the party in the clip, which was shot in a parlor. Accompanied by some pals, including D.R.A.M, the twosome enjoy their night out to sounds of the jazzy track.

Peep Sunny & Gabe’s “I Luv It” below, along with new treatments from Diamond D,

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Slim Thug – “Drophead (Freestyle)”

Diamond D – “Superman”

A$ AP TyY ft. A$ AP Yams – “Chamber Lock”

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C Wells – “I Don’t Know” (Prod. by Ralph Mny)

Coming fresh off of the release of the video for “Made In America”, the 21 year old Lynn, MA artist C Wells is back with another single produced by Ralph Mny he is calling “I Don’t Know”. This will play as the second official single off his soon to be released EP entitled “Before The Tour Bus”. The Live Famous general expresses his dreams to us and gives his vision on where he sees himself in the future to what he has accomplished now and why he deserves every bit of what he has dreamed. There has yet to be someone where he’s from that has successfully made it to the top which leaves him not knowing what else to do but strive to be the king. Look for his project in the not so distant future and keep your ears locked on Wells as he continues to hit you over the head with bran new material!

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Kxng Crooked Meditates On Eric Garner Protests With ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Video

Kxng Crooked releases the visuals for ‘I Can’t Breathe,’ inspired by the death of Eric Garner and the resulting Black Lives Matter protests.
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NorCal High School Now Allowed To Wear “I Can’t Breathe” Shirts During Basketball Tournament

The NorCal High School that saw its players banned from an invitational basketball tournament for their “I Can’t Breathe” shirts is now letting freedom ring as First Amendment rights have been reinstated.

Via MSN:

A California school district on Monday reversed a basketball tournament ban on T-shirts reading “I Can’t Breathe” and said it would allow high school players to wear the shirts during warm-ups as long as they do not cause problems, lawyers said.

With backing from school officials, the athletic director at Fort Bragg High School, previously told the boys and girls teams from Mendocino High School they could not play in the three-day event if they wore the shirts inspired by the last words of a New York man who died after an officer put him in a chokehold.

Karen Boyd, a First Amendment lawyer who represents one of the players, said the reversal by the Fort Bragg School District came just moments before she intended to file a federal court motion arguing that barring the shirts violated the free speech rights of student athletes.

The agreement will stand as long as the shirts do not cause any serious problems at the tournament. It also allows spectators to wear the shirts, which several did as the tournament got underway Monday at Fort Bragg High School, Boyd said.

“This is always my preference, if we can get things worked out without a lot of court stuff,” she said.

School district lawyer Patrick Wilson said Fort Bragg officials wanted to avoid the cost of a legal battle but remained concerned the shirts could cause a disruption in the community that’s still mourning the death of a sheriff’s deputy killed in the line of duty in March.

“The concern is, you are in a packed auditorium, this is a polarizing issue and it’s about something that happened in New York,” Wilson said. “I think it’s fine for people to protest about it, but emotions are still raw in that area.”

The Mendocino boys team played its first game in the tournament on Monday morning after all but one of the players agreed to forego the shirts. It still has two more games scheduled. Too few members of the girls team accepted the condition and another high school was invited to take their place, Boyd said.

Liberty and justice for almost everyone.


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Kevin Gates Highlights Hard Work In “I Don’t Get Tired” Video

Whatever your means of making a living happens to be, a full honest effort is the only way to ensure you maximize your potential. Kevin Gates makes it a conscious effort to pepper his music of everyday ghetto topics with jewels in the rough for his fans to get inspired to.

This couldn’t be more evident for his new “I Don’t Get Tired” video which features edited tour footage with the record’s co-star, August Alsina and blue-collar Americans washing cars so their bills can be paid.

Lest ye forget, Gates is cross-promoting his energy drink with his every breath, so his entrepeneur spirit going into the new year is more vibrant than ever.

Take a look at the Jon J directed “I Don’t Get Tired” video. If you want the MP3, the Luca Brasi 2 mixtape is still free as air.


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