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Future Announces New Album; Will Host uStream To Debut New Single

(AllHipHop News) Atlanta rapper Future has announced the title and release date for his sophomore album, titled Honest. The album is the second release under his deal with Epic, the label that dropped his debut, Pluto. Future hopes to re-create the success of Pluto, which spawned gold selling singles like “Tony Montana,” and “Turn on… Read more »

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Future Says Lil Wayne "Raised Awareness" About Emmett Till; "Karate Chop" Producer Speaks

(AllHipHop News) Future’s “Karate Chop” has been a topic of interest in Hip-Hop for the last several months due to the controversial lyrics by the song’s featured artist. Lil Wayne’s reference to Emmett Till, the African-American teenager who was brutally murdered by two white men in 1955, upset the Till family and eventually cost the Young… Read more »

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2 Chainz To Replace Future On Lil Wayne's 'America's Most Wanted Tour'

(AllHipHop News) Concert goers who were wondering if they would have to experience that awkward moment when Future performs “Karate Chop” at a Lil Wayne headlining concert do not have to worry. The Atlanta autotuned crooner is no longer a part of Wayne’s “America’s Most Wanted Tour.” Fellow tour mate T.I. told DJ Scream on Hoodrich… Read more »

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Fabolous Reveals Release Date & Features For ‘Loso’s Way 2’

(AllHipHop News) New York emcee Fabolous is ready to return with his new album, Loso’s Way 2: Rise to Power, on June 18th. Fabolous made the announcement while visiting BET”s 106 & Park. He stopped by the video countdown show to world premiere the visual for his Chris Brown-assisted single “Ready.” “I think I want to come with… Read more »

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Jesse Jackson Helps Settle Dispute Over Offensive Lil Wayne Lyric, Epic Records Apologizes

(AllHipHop News) Lil Wayne sparked a controversy this week when his verse on Future’s “Karate Chop (Remix)” began circulating the net. Wayne has a line on the song were he makes a reference to the Emmett Till, the 14-year-old African-American from Chicago, who was brutally murdered in Mississippi in 1955. “Bout to put rims on my… Read more »

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