New 6ix9ine Music Video

New video for 6ix9ine’s new song “KEKE” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Fetty Wap… I thought I’d seen it all until I realized what 6ix9ine actually looked like. Now, I’ve seen everything.

Yesterday, I wrote an article about the worst fashion statements in hip hop… I’d like to add 6ix9ine to the list, please.

What do you think of 6ix9ine?

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Worst Hip Hop Fashion Trends

Hip hop fashion complements the expressions and attitudes of hip hop culture in general. Over the years, styles have changed (like any fashion) but I’d like to point out some of the worst fashion statements made by rappers.

 

  1. Oversized Clothing

It just doesn’t make any sense. If you’re a famous rapper, you think you’d be able to afford clothing that fits. Thanks a lot JNCO.

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  1. Bling Bling

A little ice is nice but overdoing it isn’t all right. Sometimes, rappers wear so much bling that they look like walking jewelry stores. It’s like wearing a sign that reads, “Please rob me.”

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  1. Sagging

Larry Platt said it best: “Pants on the Ground, Pants on the Ground. Lookin’ like a fool
With your pants on the Ground.”

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  1. Flavor Flav

Flavor Flav’s set the standard for ridiculous outfits.

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  1. Cam’ron

Spending $5,000 to have a candy pink mink coat made is a little much. Why pay that much to look like a giant Kirby.

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  1. Grills

Lil Wayne paid $150,000 to have diamonds installed in his teeth… Why?

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  1. Notorious Lil Uzi Vert Photo

I’ll let the picture do the talking.

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  1. Gucci Mane’s Face Tattoo

Why does he have an ice cream cone on his cheek?

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  1. T-Pain’s Top Hats

I’m a huge fan of T-Pain but his top hat collection is over the top (pun intended). He does look fancy, though.

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  1. Kanye’s leather Kilt

Kanye has made some strange fashion choices over the years but his leather Givenchy kilt definitely one of the most notable. With his Gaelic heritage, it is probably more of a cultural thing than a fashion statement.

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New Action Bronson Single

Action Bronson covers Mary J. Blige’s 1994 track “I’m Goin’ Down” as part of Spotify’s Singles series.

 

Bronson’s not a singer, nor does he pretend to be, so this rendition’s simply him having fun in the studio. It’s enjoyable to listen to Action cover a song that’s so outside of his vocal range.

 

Listen to the cover and let me know what you think.

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New Song From “Black Panther” Soundtrack

Last week, we heard the first single from TDE’s upcoming Black Panther soundtrack, titled “All the Stars”. Now, we have the second pre-order track from the project. “King’s Dead” features Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and James Blake. 

 

I’m excited to see what other collaborations will be on this project. With a budget this big, TDE and Marvel Studios can probably afford a featured verse from any artist they want.

 

Listen to “King’s Dead” below:

 

What collaboration tracks would you like to see on the upcoming tape?

My fingers are still crossed for a Black Hippy track.

 

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#TBT: “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” (by Busta Rhymes)

Music video production like this just doesn’t exist anymore… It’s a shame.

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Black Eyed Peas Making a Comeback?

Finally, Black Eyed Peas returned to their roots!

The group’s new song “Street Living” has socially conscious lyricism similar to “Where is the Love?“. “Street Living” is a statement about Black America, which has been a hot issue lately in the media. The video is a bit strange, featuring a montage of famous historical photographs lip-syncing the words, but I try not to let the video affect my opinion of the song. I think this is the best music to come from the Black Eyed Peas since Elephunk (2003). No disrespect to “London Bridge” (obviously).

 

Check out “Street Living” below and tell me what you think:

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New Track From Jon Connor!

I’m so excited right now!

 

It’s been almost a year since the soon-to-be-legendary emcee, Jon Connor, released a song. I’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of his upcoming major label debut, Vehicle City, which is reportedly coming soon.

 

When Dr. Dre is the first voice you hear on a track, you know you’re in for a treat. “I’M BACK” (appropriately titled) is a glimpse into the lyrical warfare that is about to begin when Jon’s album drops.

 

Listen to “I’M BACK” below and be sure to check out my other articles about Connor.

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