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The self-proclaimed King of The South has followed up the singles by dropping a video for his Meek Mill collaboration.
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Lloyd Debuts Newest Album “TRU”

The city of Atlanta came out in numbers to support the city’s very own Lloyd on his newest album titled TRU. Baring his raw soul and talent and going independent under Empire, TRU is the answer R&B has been looking for.

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The Coldest Summer will introduce Akbar V as the hardest female MC out of Atlanta with the strength of the city on her back! With a new definition on the title, V is eliminating the competition with bars but uniting the Culture with #BigMamaTalk. With features from Atlanta’s 21 Savage, Trouble, Lil’ Mo, Derez De’Shon, the production is an homage to an Atlanta boss that has yet to falter. With the help of V’s bars, features, and pure talent, the project is sure to make this ‘The Coldest Summer.’ Check it out inside!
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Watch this video of ‘City Girls’ performing “I’ll take your man” at Streetz Fest 2k18 in Atlanta, Ga. View photos from the concert here!
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Rihanna Documentary Out Soon Says Director

Over two years after a Rihanna-approved documentary was first announced, director Peter Berg revealed that the film could arrive within months. In April 2016, Berg, whose action film “Mile 22” arrived, Friday said he was at work on a Rihanna film modeled after D.A. Pennebaker’s legendary Bob Dylan documentary “Don’t Look Back.”
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‘Streetz Fest 2K18’ Concert with 21 Savage, Derez Deshon, Lightskin Keisha, City Girls, Lil Donald, Rich Homie Quan, Lil Baby, Yella Beezy, Young Dro, TK Kravitz, Sah Babii, Scotty ATL, 1Playy and many more.
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Nicki Minaj blaming Kylie Jenner and her daughter Stormi for Travis Scott’s victory over her on the charts.
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Over the years, NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series has become a great showcase for not just begining talent, but for living legends as well. There is no better case for the latter than today’s guest, the one-of-a-kind mystic, Erykah Badu, who graced the offices at NPR with a two-song set that included two of her biggest musical moments of the last two decades.
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