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21 Savage deported for being an illegal immigrant in the USA, ICE claims he is actually British

21 Savage has recently been arrested in an ICE raid in his Atlanta, Georgia home. The US immigration offices have officially declared that 21 Savage is actually from the United Kingdom and arrived in the USA via a temporary visa that he has violated, and overstayed his one year stay shortly after his 2005 arrival. Since his arrival in the USA he has been convicted for a felony and nominated for two Grammys. If you’re not familiar with 21 Savage he is a rapper that arrived in the USA at the age of 15 years old, now a world-famous recording artist more »

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Watch G-Baby (of KSP), “West Palms” Video

Kansas-by-way-of-Salt Lake City, popular KSP group member G-Baby prepares his solo run with his latest video, “West Palms”. The follow up to his “$unny $ide”, G-Baby fuses classic hip-hop with contemporary trap along with tunes of pop. Reforming the taste and tunes of contemporary music with his intelligent production. On “West Palms”, hits the beach for some much-needed R&R. Burying himself in the sand, smoking the finest cigars, and playing with his dog. Trippy at various points, “West Palms” carries a catchy melody that makes the new single a definite hit. Following the footsteps of success as his previous single, more »

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K. Luci – “KIN”

New Jersey’s own K. Luci is a multi-faceted artist: rapper, singer, producer, and engineer. His eclectic musical background, along with his creative mindset and out-of-the-box thinking, allows him to create a unique style of melodic, R&B-infused hip-hop that cements his status as this generation’s JOAT (Jack of All Trades). “KIN” is the lead single from K. Luci & Teyshon’s co-produced joint EP, “17 WEST PARKE AVE.” The track displays the duo’s ability to easily blur genre lines, putting R&B-inspired melodies and vocals over powerful 808s and trap drums. “KIN” sets the tone for what is to come from the two more »

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DMVC BLVCK – GEKYUME (EP)

Los Angeles-by-way-of-North Carolina DMVC BLVCK pays homage to the slain rapper XXXTentacion on new EP, properly-titled, Gekyume. Titled inspired by the word created by the late-“Moonlight” hitmaker, DMVC BLVCK drops a brand new six-track project filled with catchy metaphors, impressive lyricism, and so much more in this compact project. DMVC BLVCK on making GEKYUME: I like to experiment with different sounds an consider myself pretty versatile when it comes to my artistic process and creative approach, Not many songs of mine will sound like others as I like to explore other genres in hopes to make pieces of work for more »

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Izzy Strange & Mick Jenkins Drop “Halfway Crooks”

Pennsylvanian emcee Izzy Strange once again combines lyrical forces with Chicago’s Mick Jenkins to enforce a term made notorious by the infamous Mobb Deep on their breakout track, “Shook Ones Pt. 2”. On this eerie, nineties themed instrumental crafted by Grammy Award winning producer Nate Fox, Izzy and Mick inform listeners that there’s still no such thing as “Halfway Crooks”. “Halfway Crooks” is the second release from Izzy Strange’s forthcoming mixtape, Izzy Duz It, which is set to drop this Halloween, October 31st. The first single was the eclectic “Just Me”, a soulful release that featured underground legend Blu and more »

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New York’s Boaz BagBag Supports Autism Research with First Tree Center

Autism is common. More than 200,000 new cases discovered annually, primarily diagnosed at infancy. Common, the resources for the disease are limited and inconvenient. Manhattan’s Boaz BAGBAG provides Uptown with a premiere location as he opens a nursery for Autistic children in Manhattan. Known as the First Tree Center. The nursery will be available for all autistic children in the surrounding New York-area. Providing urgent assistance, classrooms, and rehabilitating day care for children between infants through 3-years-old. Reports have shown, currently, 16 diagnosed infants travel to nurseries outside New York-area while other remain home due to inability of convenient travel more »

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