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Meek Mill is using his voice to change the criminal justice system. He became a national symbol for reform after a judge sentenced him in 2017 to prison time for a minor probation violation of a decade-old gun- and drug-possession conviction. He joined forces with Jay-Z and major league sports team owners, pledging $50 million to launch the “Reform Alliance” aimed at dramatically reducing the number of people who fall into similar situations.
MULTIHOP MAKER WORKSHOPS SERVICE PRE-K STUDENTS TO SENIOR CITIZEN PARTICIPANTS FROM HARLEM TO HAITI.
Ahead of the project’s release, A Boogie has shared the new single “Way Too Fly” featuring Davido. The concept for the album revolves around working with artists from all over the world, including Tory Lanez (Canada), Alkaline (Jamaica) and Kap G (Mexico).
The announcement follows the album’s first two singles — “Best Friends” featuring Tory Lanez and “Nonchalant” featuring Alkaline — as well as official remixes for Marshmello’s “Friends” and Maroon 5’s “Wait.”
Last year, A Boogie released “Drowning” featuring Kodak Black, which has since been certified 3x-platinum by the RIAA.
Deadline is reporting that their popular show with Viceland is coming to a close in favor of a bigger rollout on Showtime’s primetime network.
In its two seasons, the Bronx-born, Hip Hop adjacent comedians have seen their stock rise tremendously. While they rose to prominence interviewing nearly every rapper on top of the news cycle, the duo crossed over to pop culture tip, having sitdowns with the likes of Melissa McCarthy, John Cena, Matthew Rhys and several political figures.
The show’s final episode is expected to air June 28.
The Carters have immediately capitalized off of their surprise album, EVERYTHING IS LOVE, with the release of the video for “APESHIT.”
The song will undoubtedly create conversation due to Jigga’s decision to address Donald Trump, last February’s Grammy shutout and saying “hell no” to a Super Bowl performance.
Last February, Kim Kardashian unveiled behind-the-scenes snippets of her family’s appearance during a filming of “Celebrity Family Feud,” and Sunday evening that long-awaited episode finally aired as she was joined by Kanye West, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and others for a bout on the popular game show.
The family was split between Team West—composed of Kanye, Kim, and Kanye’s cousins Kim, Wallace, Jalil, and Ricky—and Team Kardashian, featuring Kris Jenner, her Mother Mary Jo, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner cousin Cici Bussy, and friend Jonathan Cheban.
Host Steve Harvey’s first question arrived as Kanye and Kris would battle for initial control of the board: “Name the top five reasons why Steve Harvey is a good kisser.”
Kanye nabbed the first buzz to immediately offer the No. 1 answer: “Lips,” much to the audience’s approval.
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Although Migos have dominated most of 2017, the Atlanta trio is already looking to the new year to continue leaving their mark on the culture.
During a New York Times piece profiling the Atlanta-based label Quality Control, a massive detail was woven subtly into the feature: Migos’ highly anticipated follow-up to 2017’s chart-topping Culture has officially been scheduled for an early 2018 release.
Kung Fu Kenny and Bono’s boys are back together for a track that bridges the gap between those two previous collaborations, “American Soul”. “American Soul” appears to be the song Lamar sampled for “XXX.”, as Bono’s first lines appear in both tracks. It also seems to bleed right out of “Get Out of Your Own Way”, as Lamar opens with the same blessings with which he ended the previous single. It’s also a pro-immigration and refugee call, as Bono sings lines like, “It’s not a place/ This country is to me a thought/ That offers grace/ For every welcome that is sought.”
Dave Chappelle’s brand new stand-up special, Equanimity, premieres December 31 on Netflix.