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Hit-Boy and Nas are looking to extend their winning run. The duo has unveiled the artwork for "King's Disease 3."

The best of the best in visual entertainment is here once again courtesy of The Wrap Up, The Top 10 Videos of the Week.

Maybach Music Group is attacking the game at all angles right now. As the first week tallies roll in for Rick Ross’ Mastermind, today we receive a visual for Self Made Vol. 3 track “What Ya Used To” by Rockie Fresh.

This new track comes courtesy of Kent Money (Kent M$NEY), but this is certainly a HS87 family affair. Titled “Home Alone,” the cut features Hit-Boy, B-Mac The Queen, Audio Push, N.No, and B. Carr.

This one is for the kind of girl that spends more time in club VIP sections than her own home. Audio Push return with a new visual for their Come As You Are track “Turn Down.”

Things are looking up for Audio Push in the new year. In fact, Justin Credible and DJ SourMilk bka The L.A. Leakers have selected a track by the Inland Empire duo to be the first leak from their forthcoming #THE2014DRAFTPICKS mixtape, due out January 13.

West Coast rap duo Audio Push aren’t letting up as we move into the new year. Last night, Oktane and Price offered up a visual for “Tis The Season,” a song that appeared on their Come As You Are mixtape.

Last night, Hot 97 and Footaction held their monthly “Who’s Next Live” at SOBs in New York City. This was a bi-coastal affair, as California’s Audio Push headlined and the Big Apple’s Troy Ave, Smoke DZA, and Bodega Bamz were openers.

After months building anticipation with singles and the like, HS87’s first act Audio Push reintroduce themselves to the world with their new mixtape, Come As You Are.

Does the phrase, “It’s Friday, you ain’t got no job, and you ain’t got sh*t to do?,” ring a bell? If not, it will after you watch Audio Push‘s visual for “Shine.”

In case you forgot, YMCMB’s Lil Twist is an artists first and he returns today with a new song called “I Don’t Care,” featuring Chris Brown.

Thursday, August 23, Cash Money founders Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams were honored with the Icon Award at the 2013 BMI R&B/Hip Hop Awards. Hip-Hop Wired caught up with notable Hip-Hop figures like Future, Hit-Boy, Curren$y, and more to see how the New Orleans-based moved influenced their careers.