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Kanye West Released The Tracklist For Nas’ New Album

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Nas has been hard at work in the studio on his 12th album.

The project, which will be produced by Kanye and is Nas first project on G.O.O.D Music. This is also the first album from in six years. His last album was 2012’s Life Is Good.

Kanye tweeted out the tracklist late Tuesday night.

Following the trend with the rest of G.O.O.D Music, the album will feature 7 tracks. The projected boasted features from Large Professor, Rick Ross, Mary J. Blige, Miguel, Amy Winehouse, and others.

The untitled project is expected to be available for streaming June 15th.

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Quavo Promises The Migos Will Drop Culture III In 2019

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Quavo may have just released his solo debut album a few days ago but the artist/producer is already looking ahead to the future.

In a new interview with the Associated Press, the 27-year-old revealed the Migos are working on the follow-up to Culture II.

“We’ll be at the top of 2019,” Quavo said. “We’re going to hit them with Culture III.”

In addition to a third Culture album, the other Migos members will be releasing their own solo projects sooner than later.

“I don’t know the exact dates,” Quavo said of his fellow Migos’ solo albums. “But Takeoff will be next and (then) Offset will come.”

As for Quavo’s solo project Huncho, the project has not been as critically received. The lp still debut as the second highest selling Hip Hop album that week with 110K copies.

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Lil Wayne Delivers An Emotional Speech At The BET Awards

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Lil Wayne received the I Am Hip Hop Award at the 2018 BET Awards. The award puts the Lousiana native in elite company with the legends of Hip Hop.

A video played with artist like Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz speaking on Weezy’s legacy before Bun B and DJ Khaled handed him the award. Wayne walked on the stage with his mother Jacida Carter and his daughter Reginae Carter and delivered an emotional speech about his love for his family and his attempted suicide at the age of 12.

“I must give this award to the people who refused. What I mean by that [is] the people who refused to stop supporting me during all the…you already know. The people who refused to see me as haven’t put an album out in six years, four years. You guys respected me, you guys supported me. You came to every show. You respected every album, every feature. My family. My family refused, refused to stop motivating me. To stop treating me as if I am not the man. As if I am not the father who I am. As if I am not the person who I am. They refused to let me feel anything less. Please give it up to my family.”

For the next part of his speech, Weezy turned to his life-saving benefactor Uncle Bob, who also, as he saw it, refused to stop. In a heartfelt moment, Tunechi recalled the story of the day Uncle Bob saved his life after he attempted to shoot and kill himself at the age of 12.

“When I say, ‘refuse,’ there’s a man in New Orleans, his name is Uncle Bob,” Weezy begins in the early stages of a memorable anecdote. “He came into an apartment one day. He bust in the door, guns drawn—he saw nobody. He saw legs on the floor. It was my legs. He saw blood everywhere. Bunch of police hopped over me. He refused to do so. I never knew, I talked to him the other day, I never knew EMS was on the scene. He said EMS tried twice and they told him, ‘There’s nothing.’ He refused to let that die.”

Weezy continues, “He told his somebody, ‘Come drive this car. Forget a ambulance.’ He brought me to the hospital himself. He refused to wait, he kicked in the doors. He said, ‘You get whatever you gotta do and you make sure this child make it.’ Not only that, that day, Uncle Bob was a homicide detective. He was off on detail. He just heard the call and came. Not only did he refuse to sit, not only [didn’t] he give me to the doctors and leave, he refused to leave, he stayed and made sure that I made it.”

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2018 BET Hip Hop Award Winners

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BET aired the 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday (October 16).

Drake, Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar, JAY-Z and Beyoncé are all up for various honors. Drake was nominated for 11 awards but only walked away with one for Hot Ticker Performer. Cardi took home four awards, including MVP of the Year, while Childish Gambino earned the Best Hip Hop Video award for “This Is America.”

Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s took home Album of the Year with their collaborative album, Everything Is Love. 

Check out the list of winners below.

Best Hip Hop Video

Cardi B – “I Like It” f. Bad Bunny & J Balvin

Childish Gambino – “This Is America” — WINNER

Drake – “God’s Plan”

Kendrick Lamar – “Loyalty” f. Rihanna

Migos – “Walk It Talk It” f. Drake

Hot Ticket Performer

Cardi B

Childish Gambino

Drake — WINNER

Kendrick Lamar

Travis Scott

Album of the Year

Cardi B – Invasion of Privacy

Drake – Scorpion

J. Cole – KOD

Migos – Culture II

The Carters – Everything Is Love — WINNER

Video Director of the Year

Benny Boom

Dave Meyers & The Little Homies

Director X

Eif Rivera

Hiro Murai

Karena Evans — WINNER

Lyricist of the Year

Childish Gambino

Drake

J. Cole

Kendrick Lamar — WINNER

Travis Scott

MVP of the Year

Cardi B — WINNER

Childish Gambino

Drake

J. Cole

Travis Scott

Producer of the Year

Ben Billions

DJ Esco

DJ Mustard

Metro Boomin

Pharrell Williams — WINNER

Best Collabo, Duo or Group

21 Savage & Offset & Metro Boomin – “Ric Flair Drip”

Blocboy JB – “Look Alive” f. Drake

Cardi B – “I Like It” f. Bad Bunny & J Balvin

Post Malone – “Rockstar” f. 21 Savage

The Carters – “Apeshit” — WINNER

Single of the Year

“Apesh*t” – Produced by Pharrell (The Carters) — WINNER

“God’s Plan” – Produced by Cardo, Young Exclusive and Boi-1da (Drake)

“I Like It” – Produced by Craig Kallman, JWhiteDidIt and Tainy (Cardi B Feat. Bad Bunny & J Balvin)

“Nice for What” – Produced by Murda Beatz (Drake)

“This Is America” – Produced by Donald Glover & Ludwig Goransson (Childish Gambino)

Best New Hip Hop Artist

Blocboy JB

Juice Wrld

Lil Baby

Rich the Kid

XXXTENTACION – WINNER

Best Mixtape

BlocBoy JB – Simi — WINNER

Future – Beast Mode 2

Juicy J – Shut Da F* Up

Lil Wayne – Dedication 6: Reloaded

Zoey Dollaz – Sorry Not Sorry

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse

21 Savage – “Bartier Cardi” (Cardi B feat. 21 Savage)

Cardi B – “Motorsport” (Migos f. Cardi B & Nicki Minaj) — WINNER

Drake – “Look Alive” (Blocboy JB f. Drake)

Kendrick Lamar – “New Freezer” (Rich the Kid f. Kendrick Lamar)

Nicki Minaj – “Big Bank” (YG f. 2 Chainz, Big Sean & Nicki Minaj)

Impact Track

Childish Gambino – “This Is America” — WINNER

Dej Loaf & Leon Bridges – “Liberated”

Lecrae – “I’ll Find You” f. Tori Kelly

Meek Mill – “Stay Woke” f. Miguel

N.E.R.D – “1,000” f. FUTURE

DJ of the Year

Calvin Harris

DJ Envy

DJ Drama

DJ Khaled — WINNER

DJ Mustard

Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip Hop Style)

Cardi B — WINNER 

Migos

Nicki Minaj

Remy Ma

Travis Scott

Best Hip Hop Online Site/App

ALLHIPHOP

Complex

Hot New Hip Hop

Worldstar — WINNER

XXL

Hustler of the Year

Cardi B — WINNER

DJ Khaled

Drake

JAY-Z

Kendrick Lamar

Travis Scott

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