AllHiphop News – Wale – Miracle On U Street

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If you wasn’t hip earlier this week, Wale is has announced the release of a new mixtape before the year’s end. The mixtape is called Festivus, and will serve as a little taste of what we might hear on the upcoming album Album About Nothing. Recently, Wale dropped a new track to get us excited for Festivus called “Miracle On U Street”. The beat is jazzy, and also brings in DC’s sound of Go-Go music. Check out “Miracle On U Street” below:

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Jacky’s Report – Lil Kim Has IRS Trouble!

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Lil’ Kim owes the federal government $ 126, 725.12 in back taxes after failing to pay taxes since 2010. The IRS has filed a lien against the 39-year-old rapper on September 22. Here’s…



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Urban News – Nicki Minaj Releases ‘The Pinkprint’ Short Film [VIDEO]

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  Nicki Minaj continues her strong end to 2014. With a new album in stores, it’s only right to take the project to the next…
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AllHiphop News – Epic Fail Of The Day: “I Can Breathe” T-Shirts

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There have been millions of people fighting and protesting the harsh reality of police brutality for a very long time, but the deaths of Eric Garner and Mike Brown have sparked a new level of outrage that we have not seen in a very long time. With these sorts of epic historic moments buck the legacy of White Supremacy, there is almost always a blowback. So, when millions are fighting for Civil and Human Rights, there is a small powerful contingent that’s works diligently to maintain the status quo.

And then there is this:

When people are chanting, “I Can’t Breathe,” the small ignorant real-life trolls are chanting “I Can Breathe,” an apparent effort stand side-by-side with police, there is a problem. The protest only gathered about 100-150 people. The question is, are they the few or do they represent a larger, silent block of hidden hatred?

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Jacky’s Report – Nas Compares America To Apartheid South Africa

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New York rapper, Nas, is comparing the current climate of America to the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. The Queensbridge lyricist also stated that it’s not okay for the country “to look like…



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