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Along with earning the honor of being this year’s XXL Freshman, Mick Jenkins has been acquiring fans with his debut album, Wave[s]. Yesterday, the Chicago rapper released an official set of visuals for his single off of the project titled “Your Love”. The video definitely feeds off of style from the 70’s, with Jenkins trying aimlessly to pull a chick after being rejected severely the first time. It’s a humorous storyline that fits the song. “Your Love” originally premiered on MTV Jams yesterday, so expect to see it in rotation more.
Check out the video below.
Carly Rae Jepsen has released “Your Type,” the seventh single from her upcoming album, EMOTION. “I break all the rules for you, break my heart and start again / not the type of girl you call more than a friend,” she sings on the new song. According to Entertainment Weekly, the tune is “lovelorn and percussion-based, giving us the same gooey pop moves.”
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Bryan Cranston has delivered some devastating lines on “Breaking Bad,” but on Thursday he really dropped the mic.
While appearing on Nerd HQ’s Conversations for a Cause panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, Cranston was asked by an Albuquerque native who was a fan of the AMC show what he liked to do while he was in the New Mexico city. Cranston’s response was incredible.
“Yeah, I’d go and visit your mother once in a while,” said Cranston, causing everyone to completely lose it.
The actor’s “Breaking Bad” co-star Aaron Paul also had some fun with fans recently, fooling them into thinking his character, Jesse Pinkman, was going to be involved in a ”Breaking Bad” spinoff.
Now, that’s a cute joke and all, but nothing compares to the burn of Heisenberg talking about your mama. He is the man who knock-knocks.
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NEWARK, New Jersey — Troy Ave’s street ties are no secret, but that doesn’t mean the newly crowned XXL Magazine freshman doesn’t know how to have a good time. Last Thursday, the B.S.B. Records founder invited MTV News out to the Branch Brook Park Skating Rink in Newark, New Jersey, to look on as he… Read more »