Donald Glover boosted the track’s popularity when he gave Migos a shoutout at the Golden Globe Awards. The track officially sold one million units on January 23, according to the RIAA. Migos has further established itself as cultural icons as the chart-topping song “Bad and Boujee” is certified platinum. Embed from Getty Images

The Atlanta trio released its   Culture   album Friday (January 27) and received a co-sign from Kanye West. The song, which features Lil Uzi Vert, reached the top of Billboard’s Hot 100 songs list on January 9. “Bad and Boujee” is one of the 13 tracks on the LP, which also features 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. This is Migos’ third plaque as “Versace” and “Fight Night” are both certified gold for 500,000 units sold.

See the most notable ones   here. “Always in good favor and spirit. But us being in the mix of things, it just felt crazy.”
Read more here. “Then he got the opportunity from Rocky and once he got that opportunity from Rocky, he reached out to me to help him with recording. The 27-year-old’s private Instagram page was filled with flashy flicks of gaudy jewelry and stacks of money. I’m just gonna troll America.”
Crystal Caines also spoke with DX after releasing her single “Fuckery (Run with Me)” featuring A$AP Ferg — someone she’s worked with for years. “But it was like, man, we could have called it ‘Count It Up,’ or something like that, but I felt like it took away from that whole moment, so it was kinda like, man, it’s all love. Hip Hop mourned the death of the media boss who launched the site in 2005 as a mixtape-hosting platform that eventually evolved into what it’s known for today, with outrageous clips mixed in with music videos from Hip Hop’s emerging talent. There’s likely more than you think. “We was at the ‘In Da Club’ video shoot,” Swifty said. Many in the Hip Hop community shared emotional reactions to his death including Mistah F.A.B.,   who told DX that Q had always been supportive of him. He was caught on video selling the illegal substance on camera, allowing for authorities to obtain a warrant. The Feds used Instagram to bust alleged lean dealer to the stars Harrison Garcia, and D12’s Swifty McVay spoke about the time Suge Knight tried to flex on Eminem at 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” music video shoot. Read more here. “I’ve been working on music since I was 16 and Ferg would come to the studio for my sessions because he was more focused on clothing at that point,” she said in an exclusive phone interview. We ain’t in this mess.’ So, we ain’t running or running to no trailer. A good song, everybody you move on. Together we made ‘Work,’ ‘Shabba’ and majority of his first album Trap Lord.”
And just in case you wanted to keep up with all of those 21 Savage clones out there, DX put together an   Encyclopaedia Savagica. #RIPQ
WorldStarHipHop founder Lee “Q” O’Denat passed away from   a heart attack   this week while visiting a massage parlor in San Diego. DXclusives: Lecrae,   Crystal Caines & Encyclopaedia Savagica
Lecrae speaks with DX about his song “Blessings” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and the timing of its release in relation to Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book song of the same name (which also features Ty). HIPHOPDX – This week in Hip Hop, WorldStarHipHop founder Lee   “Q” O’Denat passed away at the age of 43. Homeland Security Investigation agents used the Instagram account of Chris Brown/Future/Lil Wayne associate Harrison “Cuban Harry” Garcia to lock him up over his alleged connection to a set of robberies involving   liquid promethazine. With DX’s Ural Garrett, she explained   her working relationship with Ferg. His trial is set for February 6. In other IG news, Meek Mill deleted his account, again. That Time Suge Knight Flexed On Eminem
Swifty McVay of D12 spoke with the Murder Master Music Show   to share his account of when Suge Knight came to the set of 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” video shoot trying to scare everyone, including Eminem. ‘Cause they ain’t trying to see or say nothing to us. He was 43. And Suge Knight and his people came to the video shoot trying to intimidate everybody. Respect his legacy.”
Read more here. “We already had the song in the can. “Dude always had my back from the gate, from the post on the website to text and personal interactions,” he said. Accused Dealer Gets Caught Up On Instagram
U.S. And we looking like ‘Man, we from Detroit. “And we was all outside the trailers. I remember because we were actually working out here and we had the song in the can and then Chance’s project came out and I was like, ‘Dang,’” he told DX’s Victoria Hernandez at his LA show at The Roxy.

Putting on his usual gold-tooth grimace, Kodak shared a photo of what he refers to as the “#KodakFade” after slicing his signature “#KodakKnots” down in favor of the look. — NI (@niyawiyaaaa) January 29, 2017

Tyga & Kodak hair like their music now
— Barbudo (@GloMichael) January 29, 2017

Kodak black new hair cut looks like a piece of shit is stuck in the back of his head
— LongLiveKim (@steph_yvettee) January 29, 2017

tyga got hair plugs just to fuck his shit up like that smh
— HONEY BERRY PLAYBOY (@splash_christ) January 29, 2017 (@nineteeen94) January 29, 2017

Kodak & Tyga take a L for their hair idc. “Between you and Kodak your haircut is the worst,” noted one person on Tyga’s page while a user on Kodak’s page said the tail of the Kodak Fade resembled a “little dick.”
Ya feeling #tyga new cut
— Thekidmj23 (@thekidmj23) January 29, 2017

We’ve collected some of the reactions to Kodak Black and Tyga’s hair choices below. Now the internet is battling to decide who’s rocking the worst of the two hairdos. Over the weekend, Kodak Black debuted a new hairstyle that has garnered a lot of negative reaction from fans and detractors alike. There were also videos of him showing off the style and it was open season from that point on. This comes days after Tyga, also newly-coiffed, shared with the masses his new style, which drew similar criticism online. That Kodak Black fade tho ??
— $KeyzOpenzDoorz$ (@PoppaKOD) January 29, 2017

@skrongmeat_ @almighty_aman @KodakBlack1k it looks like his head was trying to take a shit and gave up
— ? (@agss122) January 29, 2017

"Kodak black cut his hair"
— TheDaddySnatcher? (@_Dmargiela) January 29, 2017

Kodak Black 2 days ago vs. Kodak Black now. Fans at a recent show in Richmond, Va. “This Ain’t A Boosie Fade Fuck Nigga This A #KodakFade #Trendsetter I Keep Something New Going On … I Cut The #KodakKnots,” reads Kodak’s caption to the photo. ??‍♀️?
— thug yoda ? (@DataPepple) January 29, 2017

the worst part about tyga's hair cut is the fact that there's a barber out there that agreed to do that wack shit
— Lil Morgg (@lilmorgg) January 29, 2017

Kodak & Tyga tweaking with them hair cuts ?
— Kwayyy. ? stripes
A photo posted by Tyga / T-Raww (@kinggoldchains) on Jan 29, 2017 at 9:56am PST

The internet has been relentless in its roasting, with users on Twitter and Instagram taking their best shots. #KodakFade with a JaVale McGee rat tail on the back of his head
— Lee Harvey (@MusikFan4Life) January 29, 2017

What is Tyga's hair? While the front of the style appears to be your standard issue fade, it was the decision to leave a lone “Kodak   knot” in the back that turned the heads of people tuning in. This Ain't A Boosie Fade Fuck Nigga This A #KodakFade #Trendsetter I Keep Something New Going On … I Cut The #KodakKnots
A photo posted by Project Baby (@kodakblack) on Jan 28, 2017 at 10:13pm PST

Tyga’s hairstyle showed up late last week but a photo the rapper posted today referred to the look as “tiger stripes” using an emoji of a tiger to make the connection. got an up-close look at the fade and tail combo in action.

Daft Punk – “Starboy”   – 33,908 (1,232,724)
#8. Rihanna – “Love On The Brain” – 35,457 (505,229)
#7. Rae Sremmurd f. Keep in mind, these stats were still from before the full release of the Culture album. Migos f. Machine Gun Kelly Jumps To #2
Despite a 6% decrease in sales, Machine Gun Kelly’s single “Bad Things,” featuring former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello, jumps one place to #2 this week. Big Sean – “Bounce Back”   – 25,425 (212,606)
#10. New York City, NY – This week on the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart, Migos’ “Bad And Boujee” remains at #1 for the second consecutive week, despite significant gains from Machine Gun Kelly with his single “Bad Things.” Elsewhere this week, Big Sean’s “Bounce Back” returns to the Top 10 and lastly, Aminé’s “Caroline” slips to #12 following a 9% dip in week-on-week sales. The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop   Single Sales For Week Ending 01/19/2017
#1. Lil Uzi Vert – “Bad And Boujee” – 67,836 (451,345)
#2. Migos Stays At #1
Migos’ single “Bad And Boujee” remains glued to the top of the charts this week. Lil Yachty – “Broccoli”   – 24,897 (1,128,435)
To view last week’s Hip Hop Single Sales report, click here. Camila Cabello – “Bad Things” – 46,347 (511,647)
#3. Machine Gun Kelly f. Gucci Mane – “Black Beatles”   – 39,974 (1,134,075)
#5. The cut, which features Lil Uzi Vert and is produced by Metro Boomin, sold 67,836 units during the seven days leading to January 19. Drake – “Fake Love” – 39,850 (588,072)
#6. f. Bruno Mars Falls
A 16% decrease in sales leaves Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic” at #3 this week. The single sold 45,801 units during the seven days leading to January 19, tipping its total sales over the one million mark to 1,008,141 copies. The Weeknd f. D.R.A.M. The cut sold 46,347 units during the seven days leading to January 19. The Weeknd f. Daft Punk – “I Feel It Coming” – 32,989 (195,506)
#9. Bruno Mars – “24K Magic” – 45,801 (1,008,141)

The currently elusive   single   is   the third time the two artists have worked together. A$AP Rocky landed on a random internet list calling him overrated and HipHopDX’s Justin Hunte explored that notion on last week’s edition of The Breakdown. Royce Da 5’9 Raps Circles Around “Bad and Boujee” & “Lockjaw” (single)
6. Wale & Lil Wayne Release “Running Back”
Wale and Lil Wayne performed “Running Back” for the first time on ESPN’s First Take and now the official audio for the track has been released. The song is slated to appear on Wale’s fifth studio album, S.H.I.N.E. Wizkid’s forthcoming LP titled Sounds From the Other Side   is slated for release soon and Drake has teased the release of More Life by the end of February. Lupe Fiasco, Big K.R.I.T. & Rick Ross Spit Love On “Tranquillo”(single)
10. Wizkid & Drake Still “Hush Up The Silence”
Wizkid and Drake’s “Hush Up The Silence” appears to be a fan favorite as it holds down the top spot once again this week, even though the leak has now been removed from most corners of the internet. Method Man, Dave East, Hanz On, Joe Young & Max B Posse Up For “Eviction” (single) View the Top 10 most popular singles and videos on DX for the week ending January 27 below:
1. Is A$AP Rocky Overrated? Wale & Lil Wayne Team Up For “Running Back” (single)
3. The Game Samples Drake’s “Look What You’ve Done” On “Drake Flows” (single)
8. This week, Wizkid and Drake hold down the top position with “Hush Up The Silence.” Wale and Lil Wayne release the official audio for “Running Back” and HipHopDX’s Justin Hunte asks if A$AP Rocky is overrated on The Breakdown. (video)
4. Watch Drake & 21 Savage’s Low-Res Video For “Sneakin’” (video)
7. Wizkid & Drake “Hush Up the Silence” (single)
2. Is A$AP Rocky Overrated? Is Rocky really overrated with all the #1 records, accolades and fashion accomplishments he’s attained? DXclusive: Twiztid Debuts “Dead And Gone (Unh-Stop)” (single)
9. Fabolous & Trey Songz Make Booty Calls In “Pick Up The Phone” With MikeXAngel   (video)

The audio clarity isn’t optimal, but later in the stanza, he raps, “Dream about work in my sleep,” which supports the typical lyrical ethos of the OVO captain. — Ahmed/Sampha Stan (@big_business_) January 29, 2017 “Studio right in my yacht,” raps Drake in one line. The SoundCloud rapper’s “Look At Me” track might bear similarities   to Drake’s song but it also mimics the current double and triple-time rhyme schemes made popular by Migos, Big Sean, and others. #drake #Amsterdam
— Nicole (@MyStyleAgency) January 28, 2017

One   wrinkle in the revelation of the unnamed track is that some listeners are claiming   Drake is biting the flow   and vocal tone of Florida rapper   XXXTENTACION. Also on the track is London rapper Giggs, a feature that   builds Drake’s connection with   the U.K.’s Hip Hop scene   that has previously included links to Skepta, Section Boyz, and Sneakbo. The audio of the bouncy track is a bit blown out   in the clip that’s been making the rounds online (listen above), but it’s possible to   make out Drake using   a busy double-time flow. 26. Drake appropriating XXXTentacion's flow
— ACOLDBLAZE ❄️ (@ACOLDBLAZE) January 29, 2017

But then again…
what's worse, XXXTENTACION thinking he has his own style or him thinking drake actually listens to him?? A fan uploaded video from the concert and the Canadian superstar displayed his typical boastful flow. “I know we got three more shows in Amsterdam, but the best part of that is if you coming back to any more shows, More Life is gonna be out and we can do some whole new shit,” said Drake to the crowd.   Drake didn’t perform the song live but instead played it during an intermission in the show. In a video segment, Drake thanked the crowd and dropped a bombshell for the release of the playlist. Another clip from the show reveals that Drake intends to drop More Life   before his   next visit to the Netherlands, which is slated for Feb. Amsterdam, NL – Drake took his   Boy Meets World Tour to   Amsterdam over the weekend, and he played a new track that could   appear on his upcoming   More Life playlist.

Someone who is intelligent, but has street credibility. Speaking with DX’s Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark, he gave an estimated release date for his highly anticipated   The Ice Cream Man: King of the South   biopic and called it one of the best films ever. “Next year during Martin Luther King’s birthday, we’re hoping to release one of the biggest films released ever,” he said during the sitdown. “I mean she’s talented, so to be able to have one of the best females in the game — I feel like she’s the future when you talk about R&B music,” P said. I’m looking for an intelligent hoodlum. This included an update on the No Limit biopic and a   new   No Limit signing. “I don’t want it to be confused with what you think of with No Limit,” she said. Most of it will be between 19 to 20 something.”
When it comes to the music, he also brought DX Live alumni Paloma Ford by to announce she has signed to The Tank. For us, our story being told from The South, I can’t wait till next year come. I feel like with my story and everything I’ve been through, it’s going to be one of the best rags to riches stories ever told.”
P also said that he’ll be casting for the film during NBA All-Star Weekend in his hometown next month while giving insight into who exactly should portray him. Hollywood, CA – Though   a regular visitor to HipHopDX, Master P doesn’t usually come by unless he has some big news and with his latest stop, he definitely came with some info. I’m going to put it in God’s hands, I like how Straight Outta Compton was formatted. Ford, who recently dropped her “That Shit Ain’t Cool” video featuring former romantic link Nick Young, said she brings a new flavor to No Limit. It’s going to be true to who I am and bigger. I’m hoping to find someone. It’s someone who can be a young boss cause it’s my life story. “Straight Outta Compton did $200 million and we’re waiting to see what the Tupac movie [All Eyez on Me] will do. They have to have swag. I don’t want to give away too much. We’re still in the early stages of this next project. “People coming down for the All-Star Game will be able to go out for some of the roles in the movie. “During All-Star Weekend in New Orleans, we’re bringing the cameras out and we’re going to do one of the biggest castings in New Orleans,” he explained. I’m working on several projects right now with clothing and we’re getting ready to shoot this movie.” “The whole idea of No Limit is that there is no limit, there’s nothing that’s boxed in.

Click here to RSVP to the January 31 panel. 12, 2017) – The life and legacy of Houston rapper Chad ‘Pimp C’ Butler will be the focus of a panel at Rice University Jan. Where: Rice Memorial Center Grand Hall 6100 Main St. His materials shed additional light on the importance of Houston and the global development of Hip Hop.”
He expresses excitement about the panel where guests will get firsthand accounts of Pimp C’s impact on the culture. 31. According to the CERCL website, the collection contains “several documents and other paraphernalia   such as handwritten song lyrics on loose leaf paper and cardboard, papers from the Texas Department of Justice relating to his arrest for aggravated assault, a Grammy nomination, copy of his obituary from his funeral, and marketing plan by FM2 Radio, and the joint venture deal with Universal Music Group. Houston, TX – Houston rap legend Chad “Pimp C” Butler, who tragically passed away in 2007 from a drug overdose, is the first solo Hip Hop artist to be immortalized at Rice University Research Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL), where the UGK co-founder’s lyric sheets and personal items are on display. Also included in the collection are several forms of artwork featuring Pimp C and a 12-inch record (warped) with the songs ‘Stop-N-Go’ and ‘The Game Belongs to Me.’”

Rice panel to explore legacy of Houston rapper Chad ‘Pimp C’ Butler HOUSTON – (Jan. After his death, Bun B released the final UGK album “UGK 4 Life,” in which most of the recording was finished before Pimp C's death. The event is free and open to the public. When: Jan 31, 2017 7-10 p.m. One dimension of the archive involves Hip Hop culture in Houston. “Those who can talk about his motivations and about him as a person as well as an artist.”
The collection is open to the public. The collection, part of the Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning’s Hip-Hop Archive at the Woodson, includes several documents and promotional items including handwritten lyrics and contracts to promotional flats for the rap group Underground Kingz (UGK). Parking is available in the Central Campus Garage In 1987, Butler was a founding member of UGK along with Bernard “Bun B” Freeman in Port Arthur, Texas. On Monday (January 31), a panel dubbed “Pimp C: A Trill Legacy” is scheduled to discuss Southern rap and Pimp C’s pivotal role in its rise to the forefront of the culture. What: Pimp C: A Trill Legacy, a panel hosted by Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL). The event marks the creation of the Pimp C Collection in the Woodson Research Center at Rice’s Fondren Library. Panelists will include Bun B, American rapper and half of the southern rap duo UGK, CERCL Distinguished Visiting Lecturer at Rice University; David Banner, Grammy Award winning rapper, record producer, actor and activist; Lil Keke, American hip hop recording artist from Houston, Texas; Mr Lee, multi-platinum hip-hop/rap music producer from Houston, Texas, Co-Executive Producer of "Long Live the Pimp" Album; Chinara Butler, Co-Executive Producer of "Long Live the Pimp", CEO of UGQ Enterprises, LLC and Founder of Pushing Into My Purpose, Inc.; DJ Michael 5000 Watt, Co-Founder of Swishahouse Records
A video posted by Pimp C (@darealpimpc) on Jan 27, 2017 at 10:18am PST

In a statement to HipHopDX, Founding Director of the CERCL, Anthony B. In July 2006, he released his first solo album “Pimpalation.” In 2007, Pimp C reunited with Bun B, and released the UGK album titled “Underground Kingz.” The album was Pimp C's final performance before his untimely death on December 4, 2007 in Los Angeles, CA. In 2000, they were nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for “Big Pimpin” with Jay-Z. Pinn, said, “The CERCL archive is committed to preserving the historical and cultural memory of Houston, and in this way helping to recall how Houston fits into national conversations and developments. They released their first album “Too Hard to Swallow” in 1991. A vital component of the history of Hip Hop in Houston involves UGK, and so we are delighted to include Pimp C in the archive. “I’m looking forward to hearing from those who knew him well,” Pinn continues. The panel features   past collaborators, including his UGK partner Bun B, close friends and notable names who were influenced by the talented Grammy Award-nominated rapper and producer.

C-Murder’s continuing music career launched an investigation into how he was able to record new music in prison, although it hasn’t been determined if the music was pre-recorded. Angola, LA – Incarcerated rapper C-Murder could have the sales of his albums that he released since being jailed seized by a judge. Those who were struck in the shooting filed civil judgments against the 45-year-old C-Murder after news broke that the rapper has possibly been recording and releasing new music from behind bars, reports local publication The Advocate. The Advocate adds in its reporting that the victims — which include the bouncer he allegedly tried to gun down, the bar’s owner, a bartender, a bar manager and a patron — are hoping a state judge will award them access to C-Murder’s earnings. In 2001, the artist born Corey Miller reportedly opened fire at a Baton Rouge nightclub and bar although his handgun wasn’t fully operational. C-Murder enjoyed success in the late 1990s and early 2000s as part of his brother Master P’s No Limit Records family. Victims of a shooting the Louisiana rapper was involved in are said to be the impetus behind the potentially garnished monies. Alongside P and their brother Silkk The Shocker, they formed the trio TRU. Although jailed since 2009 and serving a life sentence for the 2002 murder of teenage fan Steven Thomas, a look at C-Murder’s discography reveals that he’s released a handful of projects since his incarceration, including a joint album with Boosie Badazz titled Penitentiary Chances released in the spring of 2016.

Barclay Crenshaw’s debut album stream, cover art and tracklist are below as well as his tour dates. Barclay Crenshaw is made up of 10 tracks blending electronic with Hip Hop reminiscent of the 1990s, including “U Are in my System” with The Cool Kids and “Artifacts” with The Underachievers. The project is accompanied by art from Tucson’s Daniel Martin Diaz that explores themes of alien abductions and inquiries of time and space. With a new wave of sound, Barclay Crenshaw splashes into speakers with his self-titled album. Sleepy Kids
Hidden Harmonics (f. Lady Chann)
Artifacts (f. Following the   Transmission 001   mixtape, Barclay Crenshaw furthers his brand after making a name for himself as producer and DJ Claude Von Stroke. The Underachievers)
The Gene Sequence
Respect the Source
I’m Up Here
U Are in My System (f. – Denver, CO
2/04: Double Door – Chicago, IL
2/10: Bardot – Miami, FL
2/11: Kingdom – Austin, TX
2/16: House Of Yes – Brooklyn, NY
2/17: The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
2/18: U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
2/22: Q Nightclub – Seattle, WA
2/23: 1015 Folsom – San Francisco, CA
2/24:   Bang Bang – San Diego
2/25:   The Roxy – Los Angeles Aviella)
The Real X Files (f. Mr. The Cool Kids)
Fatal Error
My Dog Knows the Truth (f. Carmack)

1/25: Low End Theory – Los Angeles, CA
2/01: Holocene – Portland, OR
2/03: Cervantes’ Masterpiece B. Barclay is taking his new music on tour, hitting up cities across the country through the month of February.

The rapper’s arraignment is scheduled for Tuesday and his trial for the attempted murder and gang charges is to begin February 6. He is also charged with underage drinking from the incident. The 19-year-old rapper, born   Crayshaun Bates, allegedly offered authorities cash or property as many as a dozen times after he was found drunk, which violated the terms of his bond from attempted murder and gang charges he is facing. Lil Cray offered the money because he knew the judge would revoke his bond if he was arrested. He made headlines earlier this month when another judge allowed him to shoot a music video inside of a courtroom as a favor to a producer friend. After the incident, the judge said he probably wouldn’t allow such a thing to happen again. Cleveland, OH – Lil Cray has been charged with bribery after allegedly offering deputies $35,000 to not arrest him earlier this month, reports. His bond was in fact revoked after a hearing on January 17 and he has been in jail since.

Miami, FL – Based   in Miami, Florida, The GLD Shop was founded in November 2014 and since then has crafted high-end jewelry for everyone from Snoop Dogg and Ty Dolla $ign to Wiz Khalia and Future. Helmed by owner/co-founder Dan Folger, the company’s most recent endeavor is with celebrity stylist   Ian Connor. “As we were chilling on our balcony, I saw his Revenge ring, but knowing Revenge is Ian’s brand, and everyone wanted to be a part of it, we had the idea to bring Revenge to the public. This is when we realized how perfect this partnership could be.”

Collaborating with the Kanye West affiliate has proven to be an incredible experience for the staff at The GLD Shop as they strived to achieve the exact style and variations Connor wanted. It’s not the typical gold plating people are used to that fades and turns into something you’ll never wear again. “We’ve gotten to the point where we can offer a lifetime guarantee on all of our jewelry, even the lowest priced gold plated option. We’ve gotten great feedback on the design from everyone, so were excited to finally put it out there. [It’s] something everyone can relate to and wants to be a part of, so   we wanted to give everyone a chance to join the movement Ian has already started.”

Although Connor’s first thought was just solid gold rings with diamonds, it would have been too costly for the general public. According to Folger, he “truly cares about the product.”
“Working with Ian is fun because he sees that every little detail matters   and this is especially the case with jewelry,” he says. “So it had to be absolutely perfect. Folger explained The GLD Shop’s three different price points and came to the conclusion they would provide options — 18k Gold plated (brass base under 18k gold), 18k vermeil (925 sterling silver base under 18k gold) and solid gold/diamonds. It’s finally time to bring Revenge to the public. “Ian was in town for a few days and came over just to chill and spit ideas, the usual,” Folger explains to HipHopDX. Dubbed the Revenge line, the idea all started on the balcony of Folger’s Miami apartment. “We want people to be able to get the products they want regardless of their budget, and that’s exactly what we specialize in,” he says. After a few back and forth attempts, we finally had the perfect ring and the perfect pendant. It runs   deep.”
Check out The GLD Shop here.

Charles says he and his mom obliged. Harris spoke to TMZ about the incident and said that right before kickoff, Gucci, Keyshia and an attendant all approached him and told him to leave because he was sitting in Gucci’s seats. Charles says he only missed a little bit of the first quarter during Sunday’s game and was later honored the same evening the Falcons officially secured their spot against the New England Patriots for this year’s Super Bowl. Watch Charles Harris’ interview with TMZ below. However, he did take the issue up with a supervisor who escorted them back to their seats and asked Mr. Mane to dip. Keyshia apparently wasn’t too happy, but Harris says Gucci seemed cool about the situation. and Mrs. Atlanta, GA – Sixteen-year Army vet Charles Harris, who was set to be honored at the Atlanta Falcons-Green Bay Packers NFC Championship game on Sunday (January 22), says Gucci Mane and his fiancée Keyshia Ka’oir tried to eject him and his mother from his seats.

Houston, TX – Owner and founder of the Houston-based label On The Good Foot Music, Russel Gonzales, has unearthed some dusty Hip Hop gems and taken it upon himself to polish them up for re-release. A photo posted by snoopdogg (@snoopdogg) on Nov 11, 2016 at 12:47pm PST rapper was still going by DJ Akshen. “Houston is rich with music from soul to Hip Hop,” Gonzalez explains to HipHopDX. O. The label’s first offering   was in November 2016 and featured   a re-issue of an old Scarface track, simply titled “Scarface,” back when the O.G. More rare finds are sure to surface in the near future, but in the meantime, check out the singles above and cop the vinyl re-issue   here. Damn cuz ????✨. “I wanted to start a label and press up limited vinyl of Houston music from the late ’80s to early ’90s the masses may not have been able to hear otherwise.”

At the time of the release, both Blaster and 3-2 were affiliated with Short Stop Records, the label responsible for the “Scarface” release. In fact, both songs had been sitting on a 4-track demo tape for nearly 28 years. Rest well. Eventually, 3-2 went on to sign a deal with Houston’s Rap-A-Lot   Records and became a   part of the Convicts with Big Mike in 1991 and Blac Monks in 1994 before going solo with   Rap-A-Lot in 1996. Consequently, both Blaster and 3-2 are pictured on the cover of the “Scarface” 12″. He the one who told me we don't love dem hoes in 1991. 32. Convicts. G. Gonzalez is providing songs that were previously unavailable for the general public. Lord. 3-2 on the mic. The latest comes in the form of Private Identity’s 1989 tracks “Look At Me Now,” which finds Def Jam Blaster and Mr. The Private Identity release holds even more weight due to Mr. 3-2’s recent shooting death   at a Southwest Houston gas station in November 2016, an event that rippled throughout the rap community.

Both men have since died. Donham was 72 at the time, and couldn’t remember much of what happened that fateful day in 1955 but did admit Till   never made verbal or physical advances. Today, as mentioned in Vanity Fair, Donham is now 82 and her location has been kept hidden. Bryant,   who owned the country store where the alleged incident between Till and his ex-wife took place, and Mr. Milan, kidnapped Till from his family’s home and beat the boy badly before shooting him and dumping him in the Tallahatchie River. It was alleged that Till spoke and wolf-whistled toward the 21-year-old Bryant, who was then married to a man named Roy Bryant. Tyson also recounts her telling him that “nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him.”
Tyson’s upcoming book, The Blood Of Emmett Till, goes into greater detail of the case and Donham’s comments. Lil Wayne used Till’s name in the remix for Future’s “Karate Chop,” which angered the family, but the New Orleans rapper eventually apologized. in the summer of 1955 during the country’s racially segregated Jim Crow period where tensions between black and white Americans were at a high. The stirring image of Till’s beaten and bloated body made the cover of Jet magazine and galvanized an entire nation in seeking retribution for the heinous crime. Till and his mother were visiting family in Money, Miss. Tyson and Donham met over coffee and cake, and in hearing her story he says that the case   “went a long way toward ruining her life.”
Mr. And despite Bryant and Milan admitting to journalist William Bradford Huie in 1956 that they did commit the crime, justice never visited their doorsteps. “That part’s not true,” said Donham to Tyson regarding the claims. Days later, an angered Mr. Author Timothy Tyson, a senior research scholar at Duke University, shared with Vanity Fair exclusive details behind the conversation he had in 2007 with the elusive woman. Milan faced trial later that year. The woman at the center of the case, Carolyn Bryant Donham, claimed the teen flirted with her and harassed her, but now news has emerged that claims she admitted that parts of her testimony were false. Donham, who had since remarried after leaving her husband, largely disappeared from the public eye. The all-white jury acquitted the men of their crime, even with testimony from the men stating they’d taken Till from the home. Mrs. Bryant and his half-brother, J.W. The brutal 1955 lynching of 14-year-old Chicago boy   Emmett Till helped kickstart the American Civil Rights Movement into another gear after his death and the trial of his killers   made news headlines.

It was reported shortly after Wack 100 punched out Stitches in Miami that he would be working with the rapper but that relationship might be a bit strained now based on this latest instance. Stitches and his recent arrest in a Whole Foods parking lot for illegally using a handicap space put the Miami rapper front and center for a bit of criticism. Wack 100, The Game’s manager and the man who slugged Stitches in December 2015, chimed in on the arrest via Instagram and seemed to infer that Stitches is playing a role he’s not built for. ‘IF THERE IGNORANCE TO THE STREETS WILL MAKE THEM TELL ON THEMSELVES WHAT MAKES YOU THINK THE SAME IGNORANCE WONT MAKE THEM TELL ON YOU,’” read the caption. “Let this be a lesson to all those that wanna rap or move around and play gangsta. You see real ones know and understand the rules , we know the loop holes in law and know what we can & cant do to preserve your life in these streets. Wack’s caption urged caution to young artists who are aiming to portray the thug life and warned that people who associate with people putting on an act can potentially be a detriment to the whole. It all looks wonderful from the outside but here’s the real lesson to those that have impostors around them. Wack 100’s IG post featured video of a TMZ Live report on Stitches’ arrest with hosts Harvey Levin and   Charles Latibeaudiere sharing details of the moment.

“Yes and we have a commercial that’s really funny and [the commercial single]’s going to be released with it along with merchandise,” Lindsay told DX. According to a recent video from Migos, they’re already working on the full version with some notable bars including “don’t grab a Snickers, go get a bag of em” and “give me some, cause I’m bout to smash … get your own, you’ll be glad.” Before Migos officially crossed over into the mainstream   with the Billboard chart-topping “Bad and Boujee” from their now-released sophomore album   Culture, the Atlanta trio created one of the catchiest snack jingles in recent memory with “Dab of Ranch.”
The small ditty was for their collaboration with Hip Hop-inspired snack food outlet Rap Snacks. Speaking with DX in December, company CEO   James “Fly” Lindsay mentioned the track becoming a commercial single.

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Get Em (f. Mozzy’s   Fake Famous   album stream, cover art and tracklist are below. Trapboy Freddy) [Bonus Track] SOB X RBE)
Trust Ya (f. Celly Ru & E Mozzy)
Scorin (f. Iamsu!)
Borrowed Time
Free Yatta (f. Tank & Celly Ru) [Bonus Track]
Dope Spot (f. AD & Celly Ru)
On One (f. Last year, Mozzy released two solo projects, the   Mandatory Check album and the   1 Up Top Finna Drop EP. appears on “My Eyes,” while Bobby Luv is on project single   “On One.” Other guest appearances come from AD, G-Eazy, YG, Tank, Nef The Pharaoh and YFN Lucci. Jadakiss, Dave East, Trae tha Truth & E Mozzy)
Chase Dat Money (f. Bobby Luv)
Hold On Me (f. Lex Aura, Lil Blood & Slim 400)
Anti Freestyle (f. G-Eazy, YG & Lex Aura)
Line It Up (f. Show Banga & Nef the Pharaoh) [Bonus Track]
Dear Momma (f. Iamsu! The People Plan
My Eyes (f. Yatta)
Live (f. Sacramento’s rising star   Mozzy   released his   Fake Famous album this week with 16 tracks loaded with features. The cut “Line It Up” from Mozzy’s Tapped In   collaborative album with Trae Tha Truth also makes it onto the   Fake Famous   tracklist.

“Two of the TRILLEST hip hop communities under ONE ROOF,” the petition creator, Justin Good writes. The song that Migos would perform for the national audience during the halftime show? Houston, TX – Migos is taking the world by storm and is carrying that momentum with the release of its   Culture album last night. The petition, on, calls for the NFL to replace Lady Gaga with   Migos   and says that the change makes perfect sense because the Atlanta Falcons are playing against the New England Patriots in the championship game, which will be held in Houston on February 5. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff recently performed on Jimmy Kimmel and got a shoutout from Donald Glover at the Golden Globe Awards. “Your entertainment choices have to change RIGHT NOW.”
The pre-game festivities under the new entertainment arrangement would have Rae Sremmurd, Gucci Mane, Goodie Mob, Ludacris and Young Jeezy performing, as well as a rendition of “Guwop Home” from Young Thug. “By sing I mean hit Donald Trump with a FIRE 64 bars,” he says. Sign the petition to have Migos perform at the halftime show of Super Bowl LI here. Their number one hit “Bad and Boujee” of course. Then, the petition calls for Future to do “March Madness,” Outkast to reunite for an   Aquemini   “sampler” and the finale to be   Bun B and Jay Z   holding it down with “Big Pimpin.”
And that’s not all. At the time of publication, the petition has nearly 9,000 signatures,   and is steadily climbing. But fans want to give them their biggest platform yet with a petition to get the Atlanta trio on the Super Bowl LI halftime show. Good calls not only for Migos to be the halftime show, but he wants André 3000 and Erykah Badu to sing the National Anthem.

Screenshots of the video went viral after being shared by several high-profile accounts, including DJ Akademiks on Twitter. for a show last night. We could watch Netflix, watch TV. Shawty sucked about 4-5 Dicks on Kodak Black instagram live… then asked 'Can I use Ya toothbrush' .. BIHHHHH….. He also mooned fans at a recent show. The arrest warrant stated that Kodak “forced the victim onto the bed in the room and then onto the floor of the room.
— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) January 27, 2017

The broadcast is just the latest in a recent series of exhibitionistic acts from Project Baby, which started with him accidentally exposing himself during a live stream from his bathroom late last month. I Tried Everything But I'm Just So Hood #Cohiba
— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) January 27, 2017

Sometime Idk Wtf Be Going Through My Head That Be Making Me Do The Things That I Do
— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) January 27, 2017

This also comes shortly after Kodak made a plea on Instagram for his desire to find “a love baby that gonna listen,” adding, “I ain’t gonna cheat, I ain’t finna making no moves. If I Could Change I Swear I Would .. We could eat oranges, we could drink orange soda, get in the pool.”

Need Me A Lil Baby Das Gone Listen
A video posted by Project Baby (@kodakblack) on Jan 25, 2017 at 5:56pm PST

Kodak’s decision to stream the sexual acts   on Instagram Live has many shaking their heads   due to the fact that the Pompano Beach lyricist is currently facing sexual assault charges   for an incident that allegedly happened last February in South Carolina, a state that   he’s now banned from. Kodak was in Washington, D.C. Florida rapper Kodak Black   gave fans more than they bargained for when he broadcast his crew receiving oral sex from a woman in a hotel room Thursday (January 26). The defendant removed the victim’s underwear and licked her vagina and then put his penis into the victim’s vagina.” #KodakBlack moons his fans at his show ?
A video posted by (@thecoli) on Jan 21, 2017 at 10:21pm PST

Kodak Black has yet to address his raunchy stream publicly, but did share some Boosie lyrics for good measure shortly after.