Video: DJ Infamous feat. Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Juicy J & Hitmaka x “Double Cup”

It’s rare that you put a group of good rappers together on a track and produce a bad song, and today is def not that day. DJ Infamous recently dropped the visual for his popular song “Double Cup,” and while the video is nothing too special the features totally are. With Young Jeezy, Luda and Juicy J all spittin bars, “Double Cup” is a banger. Oh, and hey Hitmaka (the artist formerly known as Yung Berg). The Game had a verse on this but he was nowhere to be seen or heard, but nonetheless this still rides. Watch above.

Artist Spotlight: JproD

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“Getting my music to the masses is my main concern while making music. I try to base my music off of my lifestyle, feelings and experiences with the hopes that someone out there can relate. I pride myself on keeping it real. I get inspiration from all different genres, all different cultures, all different feelings. You get a sense of that less than halfway through my songs. It’s time to keep it trill, time to be yourself, time to get amped. I’m kited. Hold the Throne. It’s that #TrifeLife.”

Today I got a new artist y’all need to hear. Rapper JproD (pronounced Jeopardy) is coming out of Connecticut and is reppin’ for the New England music scene. His music is on the smooth tip when it comes to his beats and flow, definitely somethin’ to chill to. The 20-something shows promise on his tracks, and with more work you can expect a lot from dude. Hear his most popular track “Trill Shit, I Really Mean That” below and more songs after the jump, and be on the lookout for his upcoming project Regal, which you’ll catch here when it drops.

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Cop Or Nah?: Air Jordan 10 “Powder Blue”

This Saturday Mr. 23 got another pair of 10s comin’ out, and this time they’re the clean Powder Blues. These haven’t come out since their original ’94 release, making these a definite cop for the sneakerheads. The classic white and black upper with powder blue accents is fresh, so don’t expect these to stay in the store for long. Click below to see more pics.

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Nicki Minaj Calls Out “Lookin’ Ass N*ggas,” Trey Songz & Cassidy Respond

Now unless you’ve been living under a rock these past few days, you know Miss Nicki Lewensky caused an uproar with her latest track, “Lookin Ass Nigga.” & honestly, she was talking about the guys most of these ladies go after. So while a lot of females quoted and remixed their own versions on their Instagrams, Cassidy and Trey Songz decided to talk about these “Lookin Ass Bitches.” Their versions are just as good as Nickis, and all of them have people feelin’ some type of way. Listen to their versions below, and be sure to check out the track on Young Moneys’s Rise Of An Empire which is set to drop soon.

Spillage Village Presents: Bears Like This EP

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It’s been one hell of a winter. Lucky for us, Spillage Village Records just dropped the ultimate smoker’s EP with fan-favorite rap duo EarthGang, as well as J.I.D., JordxnBryant & Hollywood JB. The six-track EP is the perfect music to kickback and vibe to. So sit back, light up and enjoy Bears Like This below:

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Common x “Lift Off” Freestyle + “Made In Black America” feat. Ab-Soul

Common recently stopped by Power 106 to speak on a few things, most importantly his upcoming album, Nobody’s Smiling. Set to drop this summer, he previewed what he’s working on by giving us “Made In Black America” with TDE’s Ab-Soul, and he gave us a quick lil’ freestyle which you can watch above. The man has been around forever and he still can deliver. Hear so yourself below:

Who Did It Better?: Drunk In Love Remixes

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So yesterday we got what seems to be the official remix for “Drunk In Love,” with ya boy Yeezy steppin’ in and layin’ some raunchy bars down. With Future givin’ us his version of the popular track last week, we knew others would follow. The Weeknd also released his “Drunk In Love” remix on his 24th birthday, and we got a techno-mix from Diplo. Who do you think did it better? Listen to Kanye’s version below, and hear the rest after the jump.

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