J Prince Jr. Speaks On Tekashi 6ix9ine Incident: “I Had To Put A Kid In His Place”

Tekashi 6ix9ine found himself on the wrong side of Rap-A-Lot’s J Prince Jr. when the rainbow-haired rapper decided to pull up at a party. J Prince Jr. hosted a get-together in Houston for his birthday and 6ix9ine pulled up with his posse uninvited. The “GUMMO” rapper was stopped at the door and told that he wasn’t welcome, reportedly because it was during a time when 6ix9ine was at odds with multiple people in the industry and on the streets and no one wanted to be caught in his crossfire. Continue reading

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Blueface Shares Videos Showing Off His Fighting Skills

Would you square up with Blueface? Recently video have been circulating throughout social media that reportedly show the “Thotiana” rapper knocking his opponents out cold. The rapper shared a series of clips on his Instagram Story where he showed off some of his fisticuffs moves. In one, he was obviously engaged in a friendly spar as both he and his opponent were wearing boxing gloves, but the other two seem like they were a bit more serious.

Some reports are stating that in one video, Blueface dodged a swing and knocked his foe to his knees after the man tried to pull up on the rapper. However, Blueface himself hasn’t offered up any explanation for the physical altercation. “Works every time,” he wrote over one of the videos. Continue reading

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TC Plus opens up family home to be shared by the whole neighbourhood

G-LAB co-living house by TC Plus

A series of curtains create fluid boundaries between the spaces of this laboratory for communal living in Belgium, which has opened up a family home to be shared by the surrounding neighbourhood.

Designed by TC Plus, the house called G-LAB was the result of doctoral research into how new “strong places” for societies and communities can be developed. It has been longlisted in the 2019 Dezeen Awards.

While the home is designed to be a private family space when needed, it also has the ability to be shared by the community, with a series of spaces that play with different levels of privacy. Continue reading

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DJ Critical Hype Blends GoldLink’s Raps With Missy Elliott’s Beats On “Supa Dupa Link”

The “Missy Elliott Celebration Weekend” continues. First, Missy surprised fans with her Iconolgogy EP, the first taste of new music that the 48-year-old has delivered in 14 years aside from her features on other artist’s singles. Now, DJ Critical Hype pays homage to Missy by mashing up GoldLink verses with some of Missy’s most famous beats on Supa Dupa Link.

The title of the mixtape is an obvious nod to Missy’s debut studio album Supa Dupa Fly. The record went on to reach RIAA platinum status and snatched the No. 1 spot on Billboard‘s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. On Monday, Missy is set to receive the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at the 2019 Video Music Awards, and while the network has been hyping her big moment, Misdemeanor has been preparing a live show that’s said to be one for the books. Check out Supa Dupa Link and let us know what you think. Continue reading

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Layton Greene Shares Heartbreak Ballad “I Love You”

The R&B princess of Quality Control Music, Layton Greene, has returned with another single titled “I Love You.” She recently delivered the music video to her single “Leave Em Alone” featuring Lil Baby, City Girls, and PnB Rock—a track that has gathered tens of millions of streams to date. On “I Love You,” we find Greene belting out her heartache over a relationship that she can’t believe has ended. 

On Twitter, she wrote that she pulled from her true-life experiences to pen her latest effort. “Omggggg I loveeee this record man, I was really going thru some sh*t when I wrote this! Let me know what y’all think.” She later added, “I’m really a hopeless romantic.. I just love, love and I always go into relationships with HIGH expectations, and I’m let down every time of course. I really done been hurt.. & it’s easy for me to express that thru my music.” Continue reading

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