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The boys are back in town. Despite rumblings of beef within the MMG camp, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Wale unite on a new track titled “Make It Work.”

The Weeknd goes jacking for beats, but don’t worry, he comes in peace. Abel delivers a remix of his associate Bryson Tiller’s T R A P S O U L standout “Rambo.”

Jay Electronica, a prodigious MC if there ever was one, drops music when he damn well pleases, a trait that makes him a rap unicorn. Sticking to his “strategy,” he returns today with “The Curse Of Mayweather.”

A$AP Mob visited Hot 97 to premiere their new L.O.R.D. single, “Hella Hoes,” on the Funkmaster Flex Show, but as per custom, the collective hit the pavement with a lengthy freestyle.

Mum has been the word on the upcoming A$AP Mob compilation album, L.O.R.D., but the collective offer up a track called “Hella Hoes” to whet appetite in the mean time.

FAT MAN magazine went big for their first ever print issue by nabbing KiD CuDi for its cover story. The publication prides itself on admiring “men and women that accomplish whatever they set their minds on,” and the former G.O.O.D. Music affiliate clearly fits the bill.

We’ve always appreciated the A$AP Mob’s crew above all mentality. Now that A$AP Rocky’s a star and A$AP Ferg has become a much more familiar face, it looks like A$AP Nast, who debuted a visual for “Trillmatic,” is next up to bat.

A$AP Ant and A$AP Nast deliver a pair of tracks in a two-part visual. The former sets the tone with “The Way It Go” from the A$AP Mob’s 2012 mixtape, Lord$ Never Worry –expect cameo appearances from A$AP Yams and others in what looks to be Japan.

Azealia Banks has put yet another nail in the coffin of her friendship with A$AP Rocky. Because she loves Twitter so much (her words, not ours) the Yung Rapunxel used the site to detail Rock’ys alleged intimate encounter with another man–but this time, A$AP Mob member, A$AP Nast, got involved.