(AllHipHop News) Rapper Jay-Z has further endorsed same-sex marriage, in a new advertising campaign promoted by The Four 2012. The goal of The Four 2012 is to support the four states where there are same-sex marriage ballot initiatives. The advertising campaign is centered in the states of Maine, Minnesota, Maryland and Washington State. The advertisement uses Jay-Z's comments to CNN in May 2012, regarding gay marriage. "Discriminating against gays is no different than discriminating against blacks. It's discrimination, plain and simple," Jay-Z said.
Atlanta rapper Future continues his run on the charts, with his latest single "Turn on the Lights." The new single is #1 on Media Base's Urban Mainstream Chart. "Turn on the Lights," which was produced by Mike Will, is taken from Future's debut album Pluto. The release has already produced tracks like "Magic," featuring T.I. and "Same Damn Time," both of which have landed in the Top 10 on Billboard's R&B/HIp-Hop Songs chart.
Platinum selling rapper Bubba Sparxxx is preparing to make a comeback to the Hip-Hop game. The Georgia rapper, best known for his hits " Ugly" and "Ms. New Booty," recently signed a new deal with BackRoad Records. Bubba recently released a new single titled "Country Folks," which features vocals from Country rap star Colt Ford. The single also features vocals from Rehab's Danny Boone. "Country Folks" is the first single from Bubba Sparxxx's upcoming untitled album, which will be his first official release since 2010's EP Miracle on Gamble Road.