(Download) Kanye West New Album “The Life Of Pablo”

Kanye West finally released his long-awaited album ‘The Life Of Pablo’.

The album consists of 18 tracks:

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1. Ultralight Beam

2. Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1

3. Pt. 2

4. Famous

5. Feedback

6. Low Lights

7. Highlights

8. Freestyle 4

9. I Love Kanye

10. Waves

11. FML

12. Real Friends

13. Wolves

14. Silver Surfer Intermission

15. 30 Hours

16. No More Parties In LA

17. Facts (Charlie Heat Version)

18. Heat

Download the Album on TIDAL below with a free trial:

Check out this album in TIDAL: “The Life of Pablo” by Kanye West http://tidal.com/album/57273408

This reminds us of the old Kanye, THR college dropout days!

Watch Kanye West on SNL below:

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Former LAPD Detective Allegedly Drop Claims That P. Diddy Put A Hit Out On Tupac

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Rumors have been circulating for 20 years in regards to the tragic murders of rap legends Tupac and Notorious B. I. G. The sad thing is no one can prove exactly what happened to these two talented musicians.

We are all very much familiar with the East Coast vs West Coast beef in the 90s that went entirely too far. Both rappers we’re gunned down in their early 20’s by unknown malicious murderers.

Well some new information surfaced and was brought back to the forefront this week. The New York Daily News reported an article alleging that a former LAPD detective discovered crucial evidence in Tupac’s death. Mogul P. Diddy, who launched the career of Biggie, allegedly put a hit out on the Outlaw rapper 2pac all those years ago according to sources. We have no idea if the information is true but we have watched the documentary and there is some eye opening details on it. We would hope that Sean Puffy Combs did not stoop to such vicious violence out of retaliation. This information is alleged news and we are still trying to get to the bottom of it like the rest of the world. Rapper 50 cent made a joke about the situation today on Instagram but it is definitely not a laughing matter.

Watch the “Murder Rap” documentary here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX_rM1Uwo9o&feature=youtube_gdata_player

2016 Snow Blizzard In Full Effect

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Friday night brought along the whitest winter that we’ve ever seen. The entire east coast is under massive amounts of snow.

Not only did the east coast area get buried but the south got a little bit of it too. In states such as New York, Maryland and Philadelphia, the residents are actually diving in and are completely buried to the point where you can’t see them.

Since majority of the citizens are undoubtedly snowed in, they decided to make the best out of a terrifying situation by participating in the snow challenge.

We have all literally been laughing out loud at the non-stop videos being posted on social media. The videos vary from jumping off roofs into the snow to hilarious swim competitions. Someone even captured a panda bear rolling around enjoying himself.

The vehicles are completely covered and one resident captured a photo of the snow way past the knob on the door, which is taller than many people. It’s quite unbelievable at this point but its great that they’re having fun!

 

Tracee Ellis Ross [Video] Channels Her Inner Nicki Minaj On Lip Sync Battle

Thursday night was epic as Blackish star, Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson appeared on hit show, Lip-Sync-Battle.

Host, LL Cool J cheered the actress on as she slayed a Nicki Minaj impersonation while performing Super Bass.

We have to admit it was so cool to see Tracee bring out a bit of hood. Get into her performance below!

 

Macklemore Released ‘White Privilege II’: Calls Out Miley Cyrus And Iggy Azalea

Macklemore boldly calls out Iggy Azeala & Mylie Cyrus on “White Privilege II”
“We’re more concerned with being called racist than we are with racism.” New Macklemore “White Privilege II” song released in the middle of a questionable American nation.

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10 years ago, back in 2005, Macklemore released a thought-provoking song called “White Privilege” on his solo album, The Language Of My World. Now, with their new album, titled, This Unruly Mess I’ve Made, dropping next month, the Seattle native and his band-mate, Ryan Lewis have returned with a sequel.

At nearly nine minutes, “White Privilege II” touches on racial injustice in our America, the Black Lives Matter ongoing movement, and everything in between. The explosive music is sure to get people talking.

Wendell Pierce Built 75 Homes For His Community

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Native of New Orleans actor and activist Wendell Pierce talks about how insurance companies discouraged poor and black families from returning to New Orleans after Katrina by refusing to honor homeowner policies. Pierce, whose great-grandfather came to New Orleans as a slave in the 1800s, talks about how Allstate gave his parents just $400 after they paid premiums for 50 years. Pierce also writes about his family in his new book, “The Wind in the Reeds: A Storm, a Play, and the City That Would Not Be Broken.”

In 2005, when Katrina shockingly destroyed his old neighborhood, he returned to Pontchartrain Park to revitalize the neighborhood and has built 75 new homes and plans on doubling that number.

WENDELL PIERCE: “I remember the greatest crime that ever happened, I think, was 10 years ago, when none of the large insurance companies honored the homeowner policies. My parents paid Allstate for 50 years, when they moved into Pontchartrain Park in 1955 up to the day we evacuated, and we’re still paying after the flood, because my mother said it can burn down at any time. And for those 50 years of premiums, they received $400. They said, “That’s all we’re going to pay.” There was a lawsuit, a class-action lawsuit, years later that everyone participated in to try to get some sort of mediation, and we lost the class-action suit. So, all of those insurance companies that sold insurance to my parents for years, saying that “You will be made whole. Have some flood insurance, and along with your homeowners’ insurance, when you put them together, you will be made whole,” they only gave them $400 after 50 years of paying premiums.”

“It is the African-American aesthetic: in spite of the challenge, in spite of the oppression, I will survive. And that’s on display in New Orleans, and that’s the reason 10 years after the fact, we are back to where we are.”

Source: BET.com