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After four years of being on hold, the Paid Dues Festival is finally coming back with Lil Wayne and Ab-Soul as the scheduled headliners.

Top Dawg says that TDE dropped projects from two new artists, but only named one. Who is the other?

Ab-Soul’s new album, Do What Thou Wilt, is getting plenty of praise and a dash of controversy thank to its opening track. “RAW (backwards).” The TDE rapper hurls bars aimed at Jay Electronica, and Troy Ave, on the tune. 

There are a lot of new music option on this Friday Dec. 9. One artist you need to be sure to check is Ab-Soul and his new Do What Thou Wilt album. 

It’s common knowledge that André Lauren Benjamin (bka André 300o) is not to be trifled with in the booth. However, his penchant for staying in tune with what moves younger MCs often goes unsung. Today, the legends wins with a verse on this formula on $ilk Money’s “Decemba (Remix).”

Your rap nerd wet dreams just came true. Danny Brown has recruited Kedrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt to get on the same track, “Really Doe.”

As far as Hip-Hop hotbeds go, Atlanta continues to show and prove. Today, rising rapper 21 Savage builds on the momentum of being named a 2016 XXL Freshmen with the release of a collaborative album with honorary ATLien Metro Boomin titled Savage Mode.

Top Dawg Entertainment’s Ab-Soul appeared on stage at the Steez Day festival last Thursday (July 7), gracing the stage with his potent bar game. Soulo used a bit of his stage time to take clever shots at Jay Electronica and Troy Ave during his set, much to the delight of the crowd.

Dave East and G Herbo, two of the premier lyricist on this year’s XXL Freshman class, connect on a new track titled “Do It For.”

Fans who enjoy where Ab-Soul took it on These Days… will love the newly released album leftover “House of Sin.”

Snoop Dogg Vs. Nardwuar interviews have been entertaining us for a whopping fifteen years but their latest interaction could easily rank as the best one yet.

Ab-Soul’s gift for being a cerebral wordsmith will likely never be questioned again, even after his underappreciated last effort, These Days...