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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Gnarls Barkley’s debut album St. Elsewhere, the group’s production leg Danger Mouse shares a remix of their breakout hit “Crazy.”

As Kid Cudi cited, life can be rather unpredictable, which led him to postpone his “Especial” tour citing production issues and personal strife. Today, he counters the unfortunate news with the release of “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven.”

Musicians give back in more ways than one around Thanksgiving, whether it be a charitable deed or an audible treat. Chris Brown did a bit a both, with the latter being a new track titled “Fine By Me.”

Rich Gang back? All signs say the answer is yes, as the Internets receive a pair of unreleased records from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, the first successful iteration of the Cash Money creation responsible for the gems heard on Tha Tour: Pt. 1.

Fresh off of house arrest, Rick Ross continues to remix the hottest tracks at the moment. This time he takes on Drake’s WATTBA closer “30 For 30.”

2 Chainz has more street knowledge to bestow on listers on his upcoming Trapavelli Tre mixtape. Set to hit the Internets on August 13, the Atlanta rap veteran provides a taste of what’s to come via a track titled “Everything I Know.”

New Drake alert, sort of. Over the weekend, OVO’s OB O’Brien dropped “Schemin’ Up,” which features the label’s founder and Toronto affiliate P. Reign.

Representing the Scarborough side of Toronto is our latest Certified Fresh featured artist P. Reign, who returns with a tropical visual for “DnF.”

There’s an underlying power in the phrase “Dear America,” as it often foreshadows that a purposeful statement is forthcoming. Toronto’s own P. Reign, a bubbling rapper you may recognize from his affiliation with longtime friend Drake, appropriated said phrase on his recent Dear America mixtape and EP.

Drake is in St. Martin (or Sint Maartin) shooting a video and maybe or maybe not cavorting with model Lira Galore. Also, it seems that OVO affiliate P. Reign stole some dude’s girlfriend, for the evening, leading said boyfriend to trash his own hotel room in anger. 

Drake may be the face of his OVO clique, but today, we see an ill collaboration by group affiliate P-Reign of Reps and OG streetwear brand Stussy.