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Monica Lewinsky Thanks Beyonce, Eminem & Lil’ Wayne For The (Dis)Honorable Mentions

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Oct 21st, 2014
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Monica Lewinsky held her first public speech ever at the Forbes’ Under 30 Summit in Philadelphia yesterday (Oct. 20). Stamping herself “Patient Zero, the first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide by the Internet,” Bill Clinton’s ex-mistress also thanked Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Eminem, Lil’ Wayne, Kid Cudi and Jeezy for their references to her in their lyrics. [Forbes]

Following the news of the death of famed fashion designer Oscar De La Renta, stars took to Twitter and Instagram to mourn and pay tribute. From Zoe Saldana, to Lindsay Lohan to Naomi Campbell, Hollywood gathered in social …

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Video: ILOVEMAKONNEN ft. Drake – Tuesday (Remix)

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Oct 21st, 2014
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Happy Tuesday.

Previously: PARTYNEXTDOOR Brings Out Drake in Montreal

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Watch Drake Fail At Basketball

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Oct 21st, 2014
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Drake is a rapper, but he is clearly not a basketball player. His bars will likely continue to put numbers on the board, it may not be a good idea to look to Drizzy for the three-pointer.

While hitting up Big Blue Madness to introduce his beloved University of Kentucky Wildcats this weekend (Oct. 17), Drake hit the court for a shootaround and showcased his lackluster jumper from the 3-point line. He threw up an airball. He then went for a second shot, which was also a no-go.

“We just saw Drake take a jump shot. He didn’t even draw …

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Premiere: Dej Loaf ‘Try Me (Remix)’ Feat. Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign

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Oct 20th, 2014
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Detroit’s hip-hop scene is nothing new. Rappers such as MC Breed, Royce Da 5’9, Eminem, and Big Sean have – and are – currently making profound contributions to the culture. Up next from The D is the 22-year-old melodic singer/rapper Dej Loaf.

After wreaking havoc on the Internet with her softly sang, but aggressive track “Try Me,” the former middle school basketball player garnered a record deal with Columbia Records. The macho-like song has spurred remixes by rappers such as Wiz Khalifa, The Lox, and Lil Durk.

Now the “Try Me” remix marathon continues. The rapper recruits Ty Dolla …

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At Least One Unreleased Jay-Z, DMX & Ja-Rule Song Exists

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Oct 20th, 2014
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Speaking to Rob Markman for MTV News at last week’s Def Jam 30th anniversary show in Brooklyn, Ja Rule spoke on one of the most legendary false starts in modern Rap history: the trio of himself, Jay-Z and DMX under the Murder Inc moniker. In June 1999, the three MCs graced the cover of XXL magazine in what turned out to be a cruel tease for unwitting Hip-Hop fans as the group would eventually fall apart before it ever had a chance to get started. This was going to be Rap’s most visible supergroup to date, with each of the …

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New Music: Trinidad James feat. Young Scooter and Twista “Def Jam (Remix)”

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Oct 20th, 2014
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A few days after Def Jam held its 30th anniversary concert in Brooklyn, Trinidad James nabs up fellow ATL rapper Young Scooter and Chicago OG Twista for his remix dedicated to his former label. Tongue Twista had the best verse if you ask me.

Listen to the remix below…

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New Music: Trinidad Jame$ “Def Jam”

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