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Mac Miller Vigil Brings Out Thousands Of Fans

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Thousands of fans came out to hold vigil for Mac Miller in the park that inspired his debut album Blue Slide Park.

The event took place on Tuesday (Sept. 11) and was organized by Nightfall Records, a local label. “Mac deserves to be sent off with an evening of celebrating his life, discussing his struggles, and remembering his stories; most importantly for his iconic work that brought joy into the lives of everybody who listened,” the label said.

The famous blue slide in the park even got a fresh coat of paint courtesy of the Pittsburgh Public Works.

The park is officially named Frick Park, but a petition has been created to rename the park in honor of Miller. Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto spoke about the potential name change.

“There are strict rules on naming of public assets within the city now. I believe it’s three years after someone has passed that you can then name something after them,” he said on Monday (Sept. 10). “This was basically done in order to not have politicians naming things after themselves while they’re still in office.”

The 26-year-old Pittsburgh native was found dead in his San Fernando Valley, Calif. home on Sept. 7 from an apparent overdose.

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Machine Gun Kelly Drops New EP ‘Binge’

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Machine Gun Kelly follows up his 2017 album Bloom with Binge.

The new project features nine songs including the Shady diss, “Rap Devil,” MGK’s reply to Em’s shade on Kamikaze. Other titles include the new bangers “Livefastdieyoung” “GTS” and “Long Time Coming.”

In a new interview with The Breakfast Club, Kelly dismissed “Killshot” as “a leg shot. With ‘Rap Devil,’ we’re talking about facts while you want to talk about man buns? Answer the fucking facts

Listen to Machine Gun Kelly’s Binge EP.

Machine Gun Kelly’s Binge EP Tracklist

1. “Long Time Coming”
2. “Loco”
3. “GTS”
4. “Rap Devil”
5. “Nylon”
6. “Lately”
7. “Signs”
8. “Get the Broom”
9. “LiveFastDieYoung”

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Lupe Fiasco Released ‘DROGAS Wave’ A Week Early

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Lupe Fiasco’s seventh album DROGAS Wave is available for streaming.

The album is out a week before the original release date after the project was leaked. Lupe spoke about the moving the LP release on Wednesday.

“I don’t know how the album got out, but it did,” Lupe said about the early release. “It’s my label and I can do what I want with the music so I’m making it available to my fans now.”

DROGAS Wave, the follow-up to 2017’s DROGAS Light, is comprised of 24 tracks. The album will feature Damian Marley, Nikki Jean, Crystal Torres, Simon Sayz and Bishop Edgar Jackson. The LP will be available on all streaming platforms on September 28

“Drogas Wave is based on a story about a group of slaves that jumped off of a slave ship transporting them from Africa,” Lupe said about the project. “The slaves did not drown, and instead somehow managed to live under the sea. They spent the rest of their underwater existence sinking slave ships. ‘Drogas’ is the Spanish word for drugs. I made it an acronym which stands for ‘Don’t Ruin Us God Said.’”

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2 Chainz Drops Video For “Bigger Than You” Featuring Drake And Quavo

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2 Chainz returns to high school freshman year in “Bigger Than You.”

In the Nathan R. Smith-directed video, kids have been cast to play 2 Chainz, Quavo, Drake, and the song’s producer Murda Beatz. The rappers’ young doppelgängers wreak havoc in their school libraries and hallways, dancing, jumping on tables and roaming around the place with reckless abandon. There are also a number of kids that resemble artists such as Bruno Mars and Nicki Minaj, presumably on purpose.

The track is from 2 Chainz his fifth studio album Rap or Go to the League for release later this year

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