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Dripboi Wilson The Great Show!
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THE EVOLUTION OF ENTERTAINMENT IS HERE & HIS NAME IS @DRIPBOIWILSON

DRIPBOI WILSON IS SONICALLY ADVENTUROUS, MUSICALLY ENHANCED IN ALL GENRES WHILE BEING THE LIFE OF THE PARTY!

HIS LATEST SINGLE RELEASE "WANT U" & THE GREAT SHOW" HAS BEEN PIERCING THE AIRWAVES STATE TO STATE, CITY TO CITY...

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DJMOESKIENO SUMMER SERIES LIVE!
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1 Rick Ross (Capone Suite)
2 Kiyanne, T-Pain Djmoeskieno (Boo'd Up Skieno Remix)
3 The Carters (Ape Shit Mix)
4 King Kombs (Love U Better)
5 Pusha T (Santeria)
6 Drake (Can't Take a Joke)
7 Funkflex, Biggies Mom, Uncle Murda (Shouts)
8 Tee Grizzley ft Chris Brown (Set The Record Straight)
9 Vivian Green (Vibes)
10 French Montana & Remy Ma (New Thang)
11 Future (Rent Money)
12 Migos (Superstars)
13 Drake (In My Feelings) 14 Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign (The Light)
15 Rick Ross ft Future (Green Gucci Suit)
16 Tamia (Leave It Smokin) 17Nas ft Kanye (Cops Shot the Kid)
18 Dripboi Wilson (Want U)
18 Childish Gambino (This is America)
19 Teyana Taylor (Mrs. Taylor)
20 Killer Mike & 2 Chainz (Black Power White Powder)
21 Exscape (Memory Lane)
22 Drake ft Jay Z (Talk Up)
23 Meek Mill (Stay Woke)
24 Rick Ross (All on me)
25 Toni Braxton (Long As I Live)
27 Robb EAT QUAY (WAVY) 28 Cee Starr (Last Time That I Check (remix)
29 Vinaa Love ft Snoop Dogg (Air)
30 Hot Music Freestyle

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ENTERTAINMENT!

Colin Kaepernick Named Face of Nike's 30th Anniversary of 'Just Do It' Campaign 

Nike selected former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick as the face of its "Just Do It" campaign, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. 

Darren Rovell of ESPN reported the choice of Kaepernick, who started the movement to kneel during the United States national anthem to protest racial injustice in August 2016.

Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports later reported that Kaepernick and Nike agreed to a new contract despite the fact Kaepernick has been with the company since 2011. Robinson added that "interest from other shoe companies" played a part in the new agreement. 

Per Robinson, the contract is a "wide endorsement" where Kaepernick will have his own branded line including shoes, shirts, jerseys and more. According to Robinson, Kaepernick signed a "star" contract that puts him level with a "top-end NFL player" worth millions per year plus royalties.

"I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color," he told Steve Wyche of NFL Media about the decision two years ago. "To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." 

Kaepernick opted out of his contract with the Niners in March 2017 and hasn't been able to find a new team since. An April visit with the Seattle Seahawks was postponed after he did not assure the franchise he'd stand for the anthem if signed, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

The 30-year-old quarterback filed a collusion grievance against the league, which claimed he was being kept out of the league because of the protests he started. His argument received a boost last week when arbitrator Stephen B. Burbank ruled there was enough evidence to require a full hearing. 

Although Kaepernick has received numerous honors for his efforts, including being named GQ magazine's Citizen of the Year for 2017, the movement he started remains polarizing. 

A poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal released last week showed 54 percent of respondents deemed kneeling during the anthem "inappropriate," while 43 percent called it "appropriate." 

Meanwhile, NFL owners approved anthem rules in May that would force players to stand on the sideline or remain in the locker room during the anthem. Teams with players who did not comply with the new policy would be subject to league fines, while teams could hand out individual punishment.

Fat Joe Feat. Chris Brown & Dre “Attention” 

Fat Joe’s new album Family Ties, a joint project with artist/producer Dre, is expected to arrive later this year. The latest single off the full-length album is “Attention,” the Streetrunner-produced record featuring Chris Brown. Joe Crack, Breezy and Dre return with a music video for their sexy club banger. With cameos by Ashanti and Scott Storch, watch the group enjoy good times and beautiful women at a party in Miami. 

Exclusively on TIDAL, see it below.

 

 

New! Childish Gambino “Feels Like Summer” 

Childish Gambino surprised fans back in July with the release of a two-track EP called The Summer Pack. The Grammy Award-winning artist now returns with a music video for one of the records, “Feels Like Summer.” Like his Billboard No. 1 smash-hit “This Is America,” this animated visual continues to shed light on various social issues across the world. The music video is also loaded with cameos from Kanye West, Drake, J. Cole, The Weeknd, 2 Chainz, Migos, Travis Scott, Kodak Black, 21 Savage, and Lil Pump.

New! Machine Gun (Eminem Diss) Kelly “Rap Devil” Song & Video 

After sending shots at G-Eazy, Machine Gun Kelly is now ready to enter the ring with the “Rap God.” MGK released a new song and music video called “Rap Devil,” a diss track aimed at Eminem. The move comes after Slim Shady threw shots at MGK on his new album, Kamikaze. 

Continue after the jump…. 

“But next time you don’t gotta use Tech N9ne. If you wanna come at me with a sub-machine gun. And I’m talkin’ to you, but you already know who the fuck you are, Kelly,” raps Em. “I don’t use sublims and sure as fuck don’t sneak-diss. But keep commentin’ on my daughter Hailie.” The last line is in reference to an old tweet MGK posted, where he complimented Eminem’s daughter Hailie. At the time, she was 16 and MGK was 21. Eminem took offence to MGK’s comments and has been accused of blackballing the Cleveland rager on certain radio stations. 

“Let’s talk about the fact you actually blackballed a rapper that’s twice as young as you/ Let’s call Sway, ask why I can’t go on Shade 45 because of you,” raps Machine Gun Kelly.