Kylie Jenner Juggles Mommy Duties & Friendship Goals In New Bikini Pics

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Reality TV star Kylie Jenner is out here proving she’s a multi-tasker. The hip-hop girlfriend hit up social media this week to share shots of herself clocking in mommy duties and living her best life under the sun.

Jenner jumped on Instagram Friday (January 18) with bikini pics alongside her bestie and daughter Stormi Webster.

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According to reports, Kylie’s boyfriend Travis Scott recently dropped around $25,000 on a plush stuffed animal chair for their daughter.

The rapper recently gifted his daughter, 11 months, a chair made of plush toys by designer brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana. Two of the duo’s stuffed animal seating creations are currently for sale on the luxury design marketplace 1stDibs for between $15,000 and $25,000. However, it’s likely Stormi’s fluffy hangout actually cost far more. (People)

Recently, Kylie Jenner shared footage of Stormi on her new chair.

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AZ Takes A Classic Kool G Rap Beat & Demonstrates Why He’s Great (Audio Premiere)

AZ enjoyed a relatively quiet 2018. The highly-respected Brooklyn, New York lyricist was the subject of a documentary involving commentary by Rakim, Nas, Pete Rock, and Foxy Brown. He made a few careful appearances, one with early mentor Daddy-O of Stetsasonic and another with Fresno, California’s Planet Asia. However, when it came to solo music, the artist responsible for some iconic verses mainly sat back and watched.

That will not be the case for 2019. AZ kicks things off with the fittingly-titled “It’s Time,” premiering at Ambrosia For Heads. The quick-strike is an homage to an MC and era that inspired S.O.S.A. Kool G Rap & DJ Polo made a lasting Hip-Hop introduction with 1986’s “It’s a Demo.” The devastating display began as a non-album single accompanied by “I’m Fly” for a B-side and would eventually appear on the duo’s 1989 debut LP, Road To The Riches as a remix.

Nas, Rakim, Pete Rock & More Break Down Why AZ Is 1 Of Hip-Hop’s Best Visualizers (Video)

The East New York MC attacks the vintage Marley Marl production with devastating, short lines as he gets on his “project ish.” He spits, “My first debut came through like Jeru / Played who? Ni**as smoking that cake too / Passed out, got clout they rap ’bout from the trap route / Try’na close on Shaq house / Still buzzin’ / Was the king of the kitchen oven / In the spot with two coke pots like kissin’-cousins / Scratch that / Too fly for flashbacks / Got my eyes on a G5 ‘craft, all matte black / More moula, dirt-bikes out in Dubai / F*ck 50 feet in the sky, I need a new high.” For an artist who has made memorable songs with L.E.S., Pete Rock, DJ Premier, and Dr. Dre, this showcases some finesse over chopped break-beats.

In recent years, A has been working on Doe Or Die 2. He released a Buckwild-produced single called “My N***as.” Apart from that, AZ released a 2017 video single, “Save Them,” which features Raekwon and one of Prodigy’s final appearances.

Ever Heard This Nas, AZ & Foxy Brown Freestyle From 1997? It’s Firm Business (Audio)

Notably, AZ and Kool G Rap worked together on Ghostface Killah’s “The Battlefield,” which was released as an animated video from 36 Seasons.

Photograph provided by AZ. Additional Reporting by Jake Paine.

AZ enjoyed a relatively quiet 2018. The highly-respected Brooklyn, New York lyricist was the subject of a documentary involving commentary by Rakim, Nas, Pete Rock, and Foxy Brown. He made a few careful appearances, one with early mentor Daddy-O of Stetsasonic and another with Fresno, California’s Planet Asia. However, when it came to solo music, the artist responsible for some iconic verses mainly sat back and watched.

That will not be the case for 2019. AZ kicks things off with the fittingly-titled “It’s Time,” premiering at Ambrosia For Heads. The quick-strike is an homage to an MC and era that inspired S.O.S.A. Kool G Rap & DJ Polo made a lasting Hip-Hop introduction with 1986’s “It’s a Demo.” The devastating display began as a non-album single accompanied by “I’m Fly” for a B-side and would eventually appear on the duo’s 1989 debut LP, Road To The Riches as a remix.

Nas, Rakim, Pete Rock & More Break Down Why AZ Is 1 Of Hip-Hop’s Best Visualizers (Video)

The East New York MC attacks the vintage Marley Marl production with devastating, short lines as he gets on his “project ish.” He spits, “My first debut came through like Jeru / Played who? Ni**as smoking that cake too / Passed out, got clout they rap ’bout from the trap route / Try’na close on Shaq house / Still buzzin’ / Was the king of the kitchen oven / In the spot with two coke pots like kissin’-cousins / Scratch that / Too fly for flashbacks / Got my eyes on a G5 ‘craft, all matte black / More moula, dirt-bikes out in Dubai / F*ck 50 feet in the sky, I need a new high.” For an artist who has made memorable songs with L.E.S., Pete Rock, DJ Premier, and Dr. Dre, this showcases some finesse over chopped break-beats.

In recent years, A has been working on Doe Or Die 2. He released a Buckwild-produced single called “My N***as.” Apart from that, AZ released a 2017 video single, “Save Them,” which features Raekwon and one of Prodigy’s final appearances.

Ever Heard This Nas, AZ & Foxy Brown Freestyle From 1997? It’s Firm Business (Audio)

Notably, AZ and Kool G Rap worked together on Ghostface Killah’s “The Battlefield,” which was released as an animated video from 36 Seasons.

Photograph provided by AZ. Additional Reporting by Jake Paine.

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R. Kelly’s Former Manager Surrendered to Georgia Authorities

Henry James Mason, the former manager to R. Kelly, has surrendered to authorities in Georgia. Mason is facing accusations of threatening the family of Joycelyn Savage. He is currently out on bond but must stay away from the parents of Savage.

An arrest warrant was issued for Mason on January 9 of this year. Tim Savage, the father of Joycelyn, stated that Mason threatened him by saying “I’m gonna do harm to you and your family, when I see you I’m gonna get you, I’m going to f***ing kill you” over the phone.

Joycelyn Savage is one of two women who is believed to still live with R. Kelly against their will, the other is Azriel Clary. Recently a tip was issued that two women were being held against their will in Kelly’s apartment in Chicago’s Trump Tower. Both women had interaction with officers who stated they were in the home voluntarily, which nullified the details of the tip.

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Watch: Soulja Boy Checks Akademiks & Urges People To Support Black Businesses

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Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy might be smarter than people think. The hip-hop veteran has caught social media’s attention following a heated conversation with Internet personality Akademiks about supporting black businesses.

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Watch: Future Debuts New Look In “Crushed Up” LATE SHOW Performance

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Atlanta rapper Future has plenty of reasons to celebrate with his new THE WIZRD album now available. The hip-hop superstar hit up “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” last night to perform his new “Crushed Up” single.

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Future Says Ciara Controls Russell Wilson

Future’s fallout with Ciara continues to play out in public.

Fresh off the release of his new album The WIZRD on Thursday night, the Atlanta rapper took over Apple Music for a wide-ranging interview where he put his ex’s husband Russell Wilson on blast for “not being a man.”

During a conversation with his longtime friend Big Bank Black on Freebandz Radio, Hndrxx spoke about his ex-fiancée with whom he shares a four-year-old son. According to Future, Ciara is controlling over her husband.

“He do exactly what she tell him to do,” he said. “He not being a man in that position. He not tellin’ her, ‘Chill out with that on the internet. Don’t even talk to him. I’m your husband! You better not even bring Future’s name up!’ If that was me, she couldn’t even bring his name up. She know that. She couldn’t even bring her exes’ names up.”

He continued, “Don’t give that shit no energy. It’s about me, whatever. I’m taking care of everything. I’m 1000 percent taking care of my situation.”

But he did give props to the Seattle Seahawks quarterback for his athletic skills, claiming that he doesn’t have an issue with the the Super Bowl champ teaching Future Jr. to play football. “Why wouldn’t I want a championship player coaching my son?” said Future. “I want the best for my son. This my son, this my blood. I want the best for my son. If I can get James Harden, LeBron James, or I can get one of the people I’m cool with to coach my son playing basketball, why wouldn’t I do that?”

Future’s comments come amid the former couple’s ongoing battle over their son’s travel schedule. Ciara claims Future has missed scheduled visits with baby Future, and she is seeking mediation so they can figure out a new schedule for their son.

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Dave Chappelle Recalls How He Hilariously Clapped Back At King of R&Pee R. Kelly & His Goons

Dave Chappelle Recalls Story of Hilariously Clapping Back At R. Kelly

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We heard from Chappelle’s Show co-creator Neil Brennan about the time R. Kelly sent goons to confront Dave Chappelle. Now we get to listen to the story about the confrontation from the comedian himself and how he how he hilariously clapped back the king of R&Pee.

Chappelle opened up about the incident to crowded room during a standup set in West Hollywood, Wednesday night. With friend and Chappelle’s Show collaborator, Donnell Rawlings asking him to recall what happened the night R. Kelly approached him at a Common show in Chicago about the 2003 “Piss On You’ skit he responded:

“His [R. Kelly] goons bust in my room. I don’t know if it was his goons, but they sure did like him.”

In the TMZ shared clip Chappelle tells the crowd that R. Kelly asked him how “How you gonna do a video of me peeing on a b*tchh like that?” In the most Chappelle way possible he responded:

“How YOU gonna do a video of you peeing on a b*tch like that?”

Chappelle did share this story on his show back in 2003, but it’s still funny to hear it now. The skit is now the subject of debate and scrutiny as some people are making a claim it  “normalized” Kelly’s sick behavior. Do you think that is fair criticism? Let us know in the comment section below, and watch Dave retell the story in the video below.

Photo: Hollywood To You/Star Max / Getty

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Smoke Detector: Casanova 2X G Checks Soulja Boy For Screaming At A Woman [Video]

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Casanova 2X confronted Soulja Boy and his entourage after the rapper allegedly yelled at a woman. The incident reportedly occurred at Sirius XM and there is video of the convo. 

The Brooklyn rapper can be seen calmly telling Draco, “You screamed at a lady, you bugging the f**k out homie. You got sh*t all over your face. Are you bugging out? You high? You smacked? I understand, but you buggin’ out homie.”

SB copped pleas, saying he wasn’t high. Cas added, “I’m saying you high on weed. I’m not saying you on drugs.”

Semantics aside, Cas continued, “You don’t see how she ran out?”

But Big Draco kept copping pleas. “You don’t understand how they treat me, bro. If they females, they need to talk like females. Why she talkin’ like she gangsta?”

To this Cas asked SB, “What, you going to hit the female?”

SB said that would never happen. Casanova then used that same energy to get at SB’s security, noting that his body language made it seem like he wanted the smoke. He did not.

We’d be remiss not to mention that Casanova was indicted last year for allegedly assaulting a woman in an NYC diner.

Props for the G check, though. But someone tell both of these men to use “females” as an adjective, not as a noun. Trust us.

Watch cooler heads prevail below.

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Royce 5’9 Follows His Best Album With One Of His Most Powerful Videos

Royce 5’9 released what many fans consider to be the best album of his career in 2018. Already solidified as one of Hip-Hop’s top-tier lyricists, the MC’s seventh solo LP demonstrated tremendous growth both as a man and an artist. Book Of Ryan is widely recognized as one of the best Hip-Hop albums that released in the year 2018. Nickel Nine used the moment as a way to open up about his life and his views on the world as a child and as a man.

Although the Heaven Studios release involved high-profile guests including Bad Meets Evil partner Eminem, J. Cole, and Logic, many of the keystone songs are by Royce 5’9 alone. “Cocaine” is one of these gripping highlights. Mixing DJ Khalil’s evocative production (including scratches) with personal songwriting and a rich, pained vocal, this record truly sets a new bar for the MC. Despite the word “cocaine” being harmonized by Royce, you can hear the sorrow that the word represents to him. He also questions if his father’s past battles with the substance could be the root of his own struggles with alcohol and run-ins with the law.

Royce 5’9’s Book Of Ryan Is A New Chapter & Proof That He Is 1 Of Hip-Hop’s Greatest MCs

In the just-released “Cocaine” music video, the childhood scenes detailed in the song come to life. Viewers witness the pain and secrecy in the Montgomery home as they pertain to Royce’s dad. The camera travels with a boyhood Royce to the Buick Regal glove-box discovery and finding the bag. An unforgettable conversation ensues. Moments later, a child is in the yard donning a football uniform, waiting for his preoccupied father. That absence is a recurring theme, as the power of their later embrace shows the love and need in the son’s life. Some great acting by “young Royce” and “his father” only enhance the power of the song.

The sequence blends the black-and-white past with the Royce of today. He is in a sunny, beachfront environment, reflecting. The colors are bright, and his movements are positive, as he knows that his father gave up cocaine for the family, as a testament to his love. The lyrics tell us so. However, the journey that got him there was not easy. The song is a somber and captivating reflection on choices, life, secrets, addiction, and growing up too damn fast.

Royce 5’9 Is Ready To Do Bad Meets Evil 2 & Challenges Fans To Rally Eminem

Previously, he made visuals for “Caterpillar,” “Summer On Lock,” and “Boblo Boat.” In addition to Book Of Ryan, Royce and DJ Premier released PRhyme 2 (using sounds created by AntMan Wonder). He also appeared on albums by Benny The Butcher, Apollo Brown & Joell Ortiz, and Eminem, among others.

Several Royce 5’9 freestyles and interviews are available at AFH TV. We are currently offering free 30-day trials.

Joell Ortiz, Royce 5’9 & Kxng Crooked Reunite To Stomp Out Weak MCs (Audio)

Additional Reporting by Jake Paine.

Royce 5’9 released what many fans consider to be the best album of his career in 2018. Already solidified as one of Hip-Hop’s top-tier lyricists, the MC’s seventh solo LP demonstrated tremendous growth both as a man and an artist. Book Of Ryan is widely recognized as one of the best Hip-Hop albums that released in the year 2018. Nickel Nine used the moment as a way to open up about his life and his views on the world as a child and as a man.

Although the Heaven Studios release involved high-profile guests including Bad Meets Evil partner Eminem, J. Cole, and Logic, many of the keystone songs are by Royce 5’9 alone. “Cocaine” is one of these gripping highlights. Mixing DJ Khalil’s evocative production (including scratches) with personal songwriting and a rich, pained vocal, this record truly sets a new bar for the MC. Despite the word “cocaine” being harmonized by Royce, you can hear the sorrow that the word represents to him. He also questions if his father’s past battles with the substance could be the root of his own struggles with alcohol and run-ins with the law.

Royce 5’9’s Book Of Ryan Is A New Chapter & Proof That He Is 1 Of Hip-Hop’s Greatest MCs

In the just-released “Cocaine” music video, the childhood scenes detailed in the song come to life. Viewers witness the pain and secrecy in the Montgomery home as they pertain to Royce’s dad. The camera travels with a boyhood Royce to the Buick Regal glove-box discovery and finding the bag. An unforgettable conversation ensues. Moments later, a child is in the yard donning a football uniform, waiting for his preoccupied father. That absence is a recurring theme, as the power of their later embrace shows the love and need in the son’s life. Some great acting by “young Royce” and “his father” only enhance the power of the song.

The sequence blends the black-and-white past with the Royce of today. He is in a sunny, beachfront environment, reflecting. The colors are bright, and his movements are positive, as he knows that his father gave up cocaine for the family, as a testament to his love. The lyrics tell us so. However, the journey that got him there was not easy. The song is a somber and captivating reflection on choices, life, secrets, addiction, and growing up too damn fast.

Royce 5’9 Is Ready To Do Bad Meets Evil 2 & Challenges Fans To Rally Eminem

Previously, he made visuals for “Caterpillar,” “Summer On Lock,” and “Boblo Boat.” In addition to Book Of Ryan, Royce and DJ Premier released PRhyme 2 (using sounds created by AntMan Wonder). He also appeared on albums by Benny The Butcher, Apollo Brown & Joell Ortiz, and Eminem, among others.

Several Royce 5’9 freestyles and interviews are available at AFH TV. We are currently offering free 30-day trials.

Joell Ortiz, Royce 5’9 & Kxng Crooked Reunite To Stomp Out Weak MCs (Audio)

Additional Reporting by Jake Paine.

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Future Releases His Allegedly Final Album on Epic, ‘The WIZRD’ [Listen]

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It’s been two years since Future‘s dropped his last studio albums Future and Hndrxx, and though he has released a mixtape and made a few guest appearances to keep his name buzzing on these streets, fans have been waiting patiently for a new label backed project. And just like that the dry spell comes to an end as the ATL representative finally releases his seventh LP The WIZRD.

Featuring production from the likes of ATL Jacob, Southside, and TM88 amongst others, The WIZRD comes in at 20 cuts deep and bolsters just three guest appearances: Young Thug, Gunna, and Travis Scott. In other words, you’re gonna be getting a whole lotta Future.

This also marks the last album that Future owes his label, Epic Records. Will Future go out and start his own label or will he sign with another label for a lucrative deal? Only time will tell but until then check out The WIZRD below and let us know your thoughts on the album.

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