President Barack Obama told US Central Command Tuesday that the fight he’s led against the Islamic State Group has been relentless, while demonstrating a shift in how the U.S. takes on terrorists around the world.
Told yall, putting guns and drugs online and on social media for whatever reason, is not a smart move at any time. Police have arrested dozens of individuals from the video and are going to continue with the matter until all parties have been produced for there actions.
Jaden Smith has at most sparingly put out music in 2016, teaming with Raury on “Losing Your Mind” and joining Rich The Kid on “Like This.” However, he has not dropped a project of his own since 2015′s This Is The Album, instead returning to his acting roots on Netflix’ hit series The Get Down.
The young Smith returns, however, with a video for “Fallen.” Set in “Calabasas, 1867,” Jaden puts the rapping to the left for some KiD CuDi-style crooning while stumbling around (and retching in) a ghost town. Makes sense, as he recently appeared in CuDi’s “Surfin’” video and Scott actually debuted the video via his Twitter.
We wanted to initially wait to drop this video on the site simply because it was getting alot of hype behind it. So here it is, M.A snapped in this lyrically and you can feel whats being said. Young M.A. is eating pretty good these days. And over a flip of The Lox classic, she’s flaunting cash while bigging up her supports and attacking the haters.
Still copping weed in nickel bags? Watch as Wiz Khalifa and Jucy get their medicine served on a silver platter. The track is located on the duo’s Rude Awakening available here.
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6LACK has been buzzing in atlanta for a good minute for the past few quarters of this year. Its only right that he drops his EP and some new visuals to support it. Instead of lamenting over his ex, Atlanta rookie 6lack celebrates his new found freedom on the block and nudity bar.
In Theaters Christmas Day.
On Sunday night, during an episode of the rapper’s “OVO Sound” show on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio, he announced “More Life,” a new collection of songs due to be released in December. He also turned 30 years old today and for his age, he’s defiantly ahead of the game.
GQ: When we introduced K.Dot to Double-R at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu, conversational fireworks flew. Hit play, and come away inspired.