2 Chainz teases his new video for “Feds Watching” in this new trailer. The video premieres tonight during the BET Awards post-show at 11:30 p.m.

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More new lyrics from Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail were released today. This time for “La Familia” Hov  finally responded to Lil Wayne’s shots at Mrs. Carter on “It’s Good.”

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Kendrick Lamar received his platinum plaque for his good kid, m.A.A.d. city album, last night after his performance at the BET EXPERIENCE.

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New visuals from Ace Hood featuring Lil Wayne.

The BET Experience Concert took place last night at the Staples Center. Snoop brought out a handful of guests including Dr. Dre, Future, Trinidad James and Ace Hood.

Miguel also came out and did a cover to Tupac’s “I get Around.” Kendrick Lamar as well as J.Cole who brought out Wale.

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Robin Thicke collabos with Kendrick Lamar for this new leak “Give It 2 U”, off his album Blurred Lines which drops on July 30th.

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Snoop Lion drops teases  his new video for “Torn Apart” featuring Rita Ora.

Reincarnated due out on July 1st.

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Jay-Z has purchased a Mercedes-Benz hood that Swizz adorned with Jean-Michel Basquiat’s face. He dubbed the piece “Holy Grail” and dedicated it to Hov. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to art schools.

“Look who purchased my Basquiat on Benz Hood 2day,” tweeted Swizz. “what a honor and Blessing I’m so grateful for the support! July 4 its Showtime ART LIFE!!! I will use proceeds to continue helping kids in need.”

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Ty Dolla $ign collabos with Juicy J for this new leak “Ratchet In My Benz” off his upcoming project Beach House 2, which drops on July 2nd.

The ASCAP Awards took place last night in Beverly Hills, and  Dr. Dre presented Kendrick with the Vanguard Award.

“Kendrick Lamar is a class act,” said Dre as he took the podium at the Beverly Hilton. “I’m proud to know him. I’m proud to work with him and he is an important part of the new generation of hip-hop, and it’s definitely continuing the legacy of Compton.”

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