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Restauranteur and personality Eddie Huang commissioned his friend Cam’ron to provide the theme music for his upcoming Viceland series Huang’s World (based on the viral series Fresh Off the Boat, not the ABC show about his childhood of the same title).

Chris Brown is giving his overseas fans extra incentive to purchase his latest LP, Royalty, by including the Royalty International EP, featuring five bonus tracks.

Hit-Boy is all about putting in work for the greater good of Hip-Hop and that is very much exhibited on his new Zoomin’ extended player.

Rick Ross has given rap fans constant reminders (or songs, in this case) that his Black Dollar album releases on Thursday (September 3). Today, he returns with a Gucci Mane, Meek Mill and Whole Slab-assisted track called “Turn Ya Back.”

HS87, together and individually, delivered strong material by the batch in 2014. Continuing the trend into the new year, the crew’s resident duo Audio Push wave the flag on their The Good Vibe Tribe mixtape.

Jay Z’s Life+Times have cooked up a new short documentary series called Where I’m From. The inaugural episode stars Grammy Award winning rapper/producer Hit-Boy, who takes viewers back to his humble beginnings.

Audio Push deliver the third installment of a newly established weekly song series with “Reppin.” But this time the Inland Empire, Calif. duo deliver a visual to boot.

Turning a homemade rap crew into a full-blown empire is tough. Nearly every prominent rapper has attempted to put their homies on with very few seeing it amount to success.

HS87 are kicking down the doors of the industry one new release at a time. Following Kent M$ney’s Crowned project is a fresh cut from Audio Push titled “No Secrets.”

Take heed of what HS87 are doing. Today, the collective continue their stellar run by debuting Kent M$ney’s new album, Crowned.

For months, Casey Veggies has been lacing his tweets with #TheBoy hashtag. Fans soon learned that this was the title of a new song, which has finally released today.

HS87 aren’t taking no for an answer, and the collective proves their worth once again with new material. Titled “One Wop,” this track is the leading single from BMac The Queen’s forthcoming project, Black English.