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Pusha T – Wrath of Caine



After much anticipation by the hip hop community and G.O.O.D. Music Fans, King Push leaves us with the ‘Wrath of Caine’ tape. Being one of the most consistent Hip Hop Artists in 2012 along with his brash lyrics, low tolerance for disrespect, and his proclaimed role as the ‘G.O.O.D. Music Bull Dog’, Pusha T has created a huge following eager to hear what possible lines of well deserved arrogance charged with career blows that he will bring to the table. Thus far the single releases leading up to this tape have spelled a demeanor of grittiness, arrogance, and boisterous behavior that I would say promotes its listeners to aim high, and be the best (so you can also speak just as highly of yourself).

So many of us can only imagine the way the rest of our week will go once we get laced with this project. With no intentions of being cliche, “You Can’t Tell Me Nothing” is more than likely the MO from today on out.

The leash is let loose, Click the link to download Pusha T’s ‘Wrath of Caine’


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Aston Martin Celebrates 100th Birthday

Luxury car brand Aston Martin has released a video commemorating 100 years of existence. Throughout the video, Aston Martin features famous vehicles and ambassadors for the brand. Unfortunately, don’t expect a cameo from Rick Ross.


A$AP Rocky Performs Live on David Letterman

Welp… A$AP is mainstream now lol


Ab-Soul x Kendrick Lamar “ILLuminate”

TDE artist Ab-Soul drops a dope new visual. He is starting to come to his own & gain more recognition. I look forward to seeing how the TDE camp will fare in the future.


Peek at Nike’s Black History Month Collection

Peek at Nike's Black History Month Collection

Nike never fails to recognize the importance of Black History Month and the influence and impact today’s African American athletes have on society. To celebrate both of the above statements, the brand has released the ““Be Bold. Be True” collection.


Kid Cudi Covers Complex

Kid Cudi Covers Complex

Cudi’s back on the cover of Complex for their February/March 2013 issue. The entire feature is available to read here. but here are a few a highlights below. Issue hits newsstands February 4th.

On antidepressants:

I took a trip on antidepressant lane for a little bit. After the WZRD song “Dr. Pill” everyone thought I was talking about molly or ecstasy. But I’m talking about prescription meds. I had just gotten a shrink. I was having an emotional breakdown with this breakup. I kept trying different pills for five months. It fucked me up. They weren’t working. It was every side effect on the bottle. I couldn’t fuck.

On not being on Cruel Summer much:

I was a little disappointed. But Kanye had a vision for that. Whatever that vision was didn’t include much of me.

On his father’s burial:

We didn’t have any money when my dad died. I knew we didn’t have much, but goddamn. I didn’t know it was like that. My mom revealed to me that the casket wasn’t sealed tight. She said my father’s not there, like there’s nothing.

On being labeled a deadbeat dad:

That’s what bothered me about that shit that came out [on TMZ about the child custody case]. Why the fuck would I be a deadbeat? I was like, “That’s preposterous.” I didn’t fucking have a dad since I was a kid. I couldn’t wait to have a family and pick up where my dad left off, and be there for my kid.