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Every Hip-Hop Artist With Over 1 Million Monthly Spotify Listeners

In March, Spotify reached the 50 million paid subscriber plateau. Along with their unpaid user base, the most popular streaming platform in the world currently boasts over 100 million active users. Though a vast number hip-hop fans prefer competing subscription services like Apple Music (because its exclusives) and TIDAL (because Jay Z) over Spotify, not to mention free options like Audiomack and SoundCloud, Spotify will likely remain the king the streaming castle for the foreseeable future. 

Spotify owes its success to a number factors, most notably a clean user interface and an expansive music library—save for most Jay Z's catalog, along with Dr. Dre and a handful others—but its music curation, millions playlists and daily updated charts are undoubtedly what has helped the platform grow over time while retaining its user base.

One chart that doesn't exist, though, is a ranked list all artists by monthly listeners, which is one the several metrics, along with total plays and plays by country, that is made available to the public. (It's important to note that neither Apple Music nor TIDAL discloses artist, song or album analytics to their paying customers.)

For several years now, people have been asking Spotify to deliver a chart that provides an up-to-the-minute ranking artists by their total monthly listeners, but to date, they have only fered Top 200 and Viral 50 charts, which users can filter by country and date.

That changes today.

Below you will find a list every hip-hop artist—as well as a number R&B artists whose sound and image are synonymous with hip-hop—that currently has over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify, along with their top streamed song on the platform.

To make your browsing experience more friendly, we have separated artists into four tiers based on their total monthly listeners: "We Gonna Make It" (1 to 4.9M), "FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt" (5 to 9.9M), "Kinda Like a Big Deal" (10 to 19.9M) and, finally, "I Got The Keys" (20M+). 

While running through the list, it's important to keep four things in mind:

1. If your favorite artist doesn't appear, it's because they do not currently (as May 19, 2017) have over 1 million monthly listeners. Upset? Get to streaming.
2. Artists like Jay Z (7.9M), Beyoncé (17.1M) and Dr. Dre (6.2M) have not made their entire catalog available on Spotify because their stakes in competing streaming services. If they did, however, their monthly listener totals would be higher.
3. We're confident we found every single artist that meets our minimum criteria standard—at least 1 million monthly listeners—but there's a strong likelihood we did miss a few artists. We will update accordingly moving forward, we promise.
4. This is a fun exercise. Please keep this in mind as these numbers are constantly updating.

And here we go...

"I Got The Keys" (20M+)

38M        Drake (“One Dance” - 1.2B)
31M        Kendrick Lamar (“HUMBLE.” - 217M)
29M        Nicki Minaj (“Only” - 180M)
28M        The Weeknd (“Can’t Feel My Face” - 703M)
27M        Future (“Low Life” - 271M)
26M        Ty Dolla $ign (“Swalla” - 157M)
25M        Rihanna (“Work” - 674M)
24M        DJ Khaled (“For Free” - 118M)
20M        Kanye West (“FourFiveSeconds” - 380M)
20M        G-Eazy (“Me, Myself & I” - 600M)

"Kinda Like a Big Deal" (10 to 19.9M)

19M        Pitbull (“Timber” - 430M)
17M        Beyonce (“Halo” - 280M)
17M        Eminem (“Lose Yourself” - 351M)
17M        Wiz Khalifa (“See You Again” - 648M)
15M        Lil Wayne (“A Milli” - 105M)
15M        Big Sean (“Bounce Back” - 210M)
15M        Kehlani (“Gangsta” - 82M)
14M        Chris Brown ("Five More Hours" - 326M)
14M        Migos (“Bad and Boujee” - 280M)
13.9M      Post Malone (“White Iverson” - 276M)
13.8M      French Montana (“No Shopping” - 63M)
13.3M      Lil Uzi Vert (“XO Tour Llif3” - 106M)
13.1M      Khalid (“Location” - 154M)
13.0M      KYLE (“iSpy” - 223M)
12.4M      Travis Scott (“Antidote” - 193M)
12.3M      Rae Sremmurd (“Black Beatles” - 383M)
11.7M      Logic (“1-800-273-8255” - 29M)
10.9M      Machine Gun Kelly (“Bad Things” - 247M)
10.5M      J. Cole (“No Role Modelz” - 307M)
10.4M      Gucci Mane (“Both” - 59M)
10.1M      Young Thug (“pick up the phone” - 154M)
10.0M      Kodak Black (“Tunnel Vision” - 109M)
10.0M      Desiigner (“Panda” - 590M)

"FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt" (5 to 9.9M)

9.8M        2 Chainz (“Watch Out” - 75M)
9.1M        D.R.A.M. (“Broccoli” - 343M)
9.1M        Wale (“My PYT” - 57M)
8.7M        Snoop Dogg (“Young, Wild & Free” - 298M)
8.7M        Childish Gambino (“Redbone” - 125M)
8.7M        Chance The Rapper (“No Problem” - 172M)
8.5M        Jeremih (“Don’t Tell ‘Em” - 191M)
8.5M        Ne-Yo ("Time Our Lives" - 376M)
8.3M        PARTYNEXTDOOR (“Run Up” - 169M)
8.0M        Notorious B.I.G (“Hypnotize” - 130M)
8.0M        Frank Ocean (“Thinkin Bout You” - 192M)
7.9M        Jay Z (“Niggas in Paris” - 351M)
7.8M        50 Cent (“In Da Club” - 169M)
7.7M        Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (“Thrift Shop” - 358M)
7.5M        Tyga (“Ayo” - 243M)
7.5M        Fetty Wap (“Trap Queen” - 522M)
7.1M        ASAP Rocky (“Fucking Problems” - 244M)
7.1M        Mike WiLL Made-It (“23” - 99M)
7.0M        Outkast (“Hey Ya!” - 214M)
7.0M        Trey Songz ("Slow Motion" - 162M)
6.9M        Bryson Tiller (“Don’t” - 279M)
6.9M        Kid Ink (“Promise” - 103M)
6.8M        Rick Ross (“Purple Lamborghini” - 116M)
6.7M        A Boogie Wit da Hoodie (“My Shit” - 57M)
6.3M        Kid Cudi (“Pursuit Happiness” - 157M)
6.2M        B.o.B (“Airplanes” - 122M)
6.2M        Russ (“What They Want” - 97M)
6.2M        Dr. Dre (“The Next Episode” - 185M)
6.2M        Meek Mill (“All Eyes on You” - 156M)
6.0M        Lil Yachty (“One Night” - 99M)
5.9M        T.I. (“Whatever You Like” - 92M)
5.8M        2Pac (“Ambitionz Az A Ridah” - 83M)
5.8M        Sage The Gemini ("Now and Later" - 155M)
5.7M        Yo Gotti (“Down in the DM” - 100M)
5.7M        ScHoolboy Q (“Man the Year” - 115M)
5.6M        YG (“My N*gga” - 122M) “FDT” doesn’t show up in Popular]
5.6M        Joey Badass (“Devastated” - 75M)
5.5M        21 Savage (“X” - 162M)
5.5M        Mac Miller (“Donald Trump” - 114M)
5.5M        XXXTentacion (“Look At Me!” - 63M)
5.4M        NAV (“Some Way” - 30M)
5.2M        Fat Joe ("All The Way Up" - 105M)
5.1M        Metro Boomin (“X” - 162M)
5.0M        The Game (“100” - 66M)
5.0M        A$AP Ferg (“Work (Remix)” - 99M)
5.0M        Tinie Tempah (“Girls Like” - 168M)

"We Gonna Make It" (1 to 4.9M)

4.8M        Tory Lanez (“LUV” - 159M)
4.8M        Kevin Gates (“2 Phones” - 154M)
4.7M        Busta Rhymes (“Don’t Cha” - 73M)
4.7M        Aminé (“Caroline” - 217M)
4.6M        Lil Jon (“Turn Down For What” - 256M)
4.6M        Madeintyo (“Uber Everywhere” - 109M)
4.6M        T-Pain (“Buy U A Drank” - 74M)
4.2M        DMX (“X Gon Give It To You” - 124M)
4.2M        Lupe Fiasco (“The Show Goes On” - 65M)
4.1M        6LACK (“PRBLMS” - 47M)
4.1M        Stormzy ("Shut Up" - 52M)
4.1M        Juicy J (“Bandz a Make Her Dance” - 55M)
4.1M        Ludacris (“My Chick Bad” - 31M)
4.1M        Playboi Carti (“wokeuplikethis” - 15M)
4.1M        Miguel (“Adorn” - 99M)
4.1M        DJ Mustard ("In My Room" - 110M)
4.0M        Pusha T (“Trouble on My Mind” - 31M)
4.0M        PnB Rock (“Selfish” - 66M)
3.8M        Ayo & Teo ("Rolex" - 62M)
3.8M        Omarion ("Post To Be" - 182M)
3.7M        Rob $tone ("Chill Bill" - 194M)
3.7M        Waka Flocka Flame (“No Hands” - 98M)
3.5M        Roy Woods (“Drama” - 62M)
3.5M        Remy Ma ("All The Way Up" - 105M)
3.4M        will.i.am (“Scream & Shout” - 198M)
3.4M        Diddy (“Ill Be Missing You - 3.4M)
3.4M        Rich Homie Quan (“Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)” - 161M)
3.3M        Missy Elliott (“Get Your Freak On” - 53M)
3.2M        Tee Grizzley ("First Day Out" - 31M)
3.1M        YFN Lucci (“Key to the Streets” - 36M)
3.1M        ASAP Mob (“Yamborgini High” - 33M)
3.0M        Nas (“If I Ruled The World” - 47M)
3.0M        Ice Cube (“It Was a Good Day” - 90M)
3.0M        O.T. Genasis (“Cut It” - 107M)
3.0M        SZA (“Childs Play” - 28M)
2.9M        Soulja Boy (“Crank That” - 74M)
2.9M        Young Money (“Trophies” - 88M)
2.7M        Jidenna (“Classic Man” - 109M)
2.7M        Jeezy (“Put On” - 54M)
2.7M        N.W.A (“Straight Outta Compton” - 79M)
2.7M        August Alsina ("I Luve This Shit" - 48M)
2.6M        GoldLink (“Crew” - 14M)
2.6M        Jhené Aiko (“The Worst” - 67M)
2.5M        Young M.A ("OOOUUU" - 112M)
2.4M        Ja Rule (“Always on Time” - 42M)
2.4M        Lil Dicky (“Save Dat Money” - 94M)
2.4M        Fabolous (“Into You” - 22M)
2.4M        Young Dolph (“Play Wit Yo Bitch” - 4M)
2.4M        ILoveMakonnen (“Tuesday” - 116M)
2.3M        Big Boi (“Shutterbugg” - 10M)
2.2M        Chief Keef (“Love Sosa” - 51M)
2.1M        Ugly God ("Water" - 54M)
2.1M        Fort Minor (“Remember The Name” - 146M)
2.1M        A Tribe Called Quest (“Can I Kick It?” - 44M)
2.1M        Ying Yang Twins (“Get Low” - 85M)
2.1M        K Camp (“Comfortable” - 55M)
2.0M        DJ Drama (“Wishing” - 44M)
2.0M        Tech N9ne (“Hood Go Crazy” - 33M)
2.0M        Wu-Tang Clan (“C.R.E.A.M.” - 52M)
2.0M        Nebu Kiniza ("Gassed Up" - 53M)
1.9M        Lil' Kim (“Lady Marmalade” - 58M)
1.9M        Vic Mensa (“U Mad” - 33M)
1.8M        Anderson .Paak (“Am I Wrong” - 19M)
1.8M        Lloyd Banks (“You Don’t Know” - 46M)
1.8M        Tyler, The Creator (“Yonkers” - 54M)
1.8M        Dae Dae ("What U Mean" 36M)
1.7M        E-40 (“Choices (Yup)” - 31M)
1.7M        Warren G (“Regulate” - 84M)
1.7M        Denzel Curry (“Ultimate” - 62M)
1.7M        Lloyd ("You" - 23M)
1.6M        The Roots ("The Seed 2.0" - 39M) 
1.6M        Bobby Shmurda (“Hot N*gga” - 134M)
1.6M        Eve (“Let Me Blow Ya Mind” - 59M)
1.6M        Yelawolf (“Till Its Gone” - 54M)
1.6M        Vince Staples (“Norf Norf” - 30M)
1.6M        Action Bronson ("Baby Blue" - 48M)
1.5M        Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony (“Tha Crossroads” - 31M)
1.5M        Mobb Deep (“Shock Ones Pt. II” - 47M)
1.5M        Eazy-E (“Real Muthaphuckin G’s - 22M)
1.5M        Hoodie Allen (“No Interruption” - 52M)
1.5M        Common (“Glory” - 26M)
1.5M        Lil Durk (“Like Me” - 25M)
1.5M        Isaiah Rashad (“Free Lunch” - 12M)
1.5M        Skizzy Mars - ("Do You There" - 15M)
1.5M        dvsn (“Hallucinations” - 26M)
1.5M        BJ The Chicago Kid (“Turnin’ Me Up” - 17M)
1.5M        NF ("Grindin" - 19M)
1.4M        Skepta ("Shutdown" - 35M)
1.4M        Twista (“Slow Jamz” - 20M)
1.4M        Bankroll Fresh (“Walked In” - 46M)
1.4M        Ab-Soul (“Illuminate” - 13M)
1.4M        DeJ Loaf (“Back Up” - 77M)
1.4M        Eric Bellinger ("Valet" - 59M)
1.3M        Mike Stud ("These Days" - 24M)
1.3M        D12 (“My Band” - 27M)
1.3M        Rich Gang (“Lifestyle” - 93M)
1.3M        Method Man (“Da Rockwilder” - 26M)
1.3M        Cam’ron (“Hey Ma” - 33M)
1.3M        Ace Hood (“Bugatti” - 56M)
1.3M        Majid Jordan (“My Love” - 22M)
1.2M        Rich Chigga ("Dat $tick" - 26M)
1.2M        LL Cool J (“Doin It” - 21M)
1.2M        Run The Jewels (“Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)” - 20M)
1.2M        Mos Def (“Ms. Fat Booty” - 35M)
1.2M        Syd (“YOU’RE THE ONE” - 9M)
1.2M        Ray J ("Sexy Can I" - 28M)
1.1M        Three 6 Mafia (“Stay Fly” - 17M)
1.1M        Bow Wow (“Shortie Like Mine” - 15M)
1.1M        Chingy (“Right Thurr” - 25M)
1.1M        Hopsin (“Ill Mind Hopsin 5” - 30M)
1.1M        Earl Sweatshirt (“Chum” - 27M)
1.1M        Lil Pump ("Flex Like Ouu" - 5M)
1.1M        Lecrae ("All I Need Is You" - 15M)
1.0M        Andy Mineo ("You Can't Stop Me" - 25M)
1.0M        Q-Tip (“A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” - 101M)
1.0M        Smino (“blkswn” - 2M)
1.0M        Freddie Gibbs (“Crushed Glass” - 810K)
1.0M        Dave East (“Wrote My Way Out” - 5.4M)
1.0M        Bad Meets Evil (“Lighters” - 57M)
1.0M        Danny Brown (“Grown Up” - 24M)
1.0M        Mick Jenkins (“Jazz” - 15M)
1.0M        Juvenile (“Back That Azz Up” - 22M)
1.0M        Plies (“Ran Off On The Plug Twice” - 21M)

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Whethan unveils brief Bearson collaboration 'Tour Beats One' – Dancing Astronaut

As a staple the future bass scene, releases are consistent, and treasured by his fanbase. Responsible for indie-tinged, sun-kissed hits like “Savage” and “Good Nights,” Whethan has dropped a snippet a work titled “Tour Beat One” — a collaboration with — sharing this in the description:

Whethan is currently deep into the which will hit well over a dozen cities — upcoming stops include Orlando, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Whethan rose fast during the peak future bass and now he’s expanded his into a wide variety chill beats. The short and sweet “Tour Beat One” is an extension a blossoming Whethan sound.

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Caribou hints at the possibility of new music in cryptic video

’s Dan Snaith has sent fans into a frenzy, as the possibility the artist releasing new music now looms overhead.

It all began when Snaith uploaded a mysterious video — titled a simple “v” — to his yesterday. Snaith has since also shared the piece on Twitter and Facebook. In what clocks in at a mere 30 seconds, is a Caribou-style synth amidst a pleasantly distorted, rainbow-smeared visual.

But, due to the fact that Snaith maintains a reclusive presence, speculation immediately arose that new music could indeed be on the way. However, reddit user “taotechill” has found that the synth-spilling clip in “v” is actually “Vulture,” a tune f Dan Snaith’s solo house project . According to “taotechill,” the tune “was first teased in Ben UFO’s Resident Advisor mix and is on Midland’s awesome new FabricLive 94 mix.”

Unfortunately, the tunes do share stark similarities. Nonetheless, we remain hopeful the emergence the artist and the teaser may result in some long overdue material.

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Jhené Aiko Dives Deep For Surprise "Trip" Album

Singer Jhené Aiko has dropped a surprise album, Trip, on her unsuspecting fans. Laced with 22 tracks, the project features her boyfriend Big Sean, Brandy, John Mayer, Kurupt and Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee.

The album revolves heavily around the death her brother, Miyagi, who passed away from cancer in 2012. She uses her experimentation with psychedelic drugs to pull out some her most personal material to date (but not too personal), something she talked about in a recent interview with Billboard.

“Even though it was even more vulnerable than I’ve ever been before, it’s still not like, everything, you know what I mean?,” Aiko said. “I have a large wealth stories that I keep to myself just because some things you have to keep for yourself. You can’t give it all away or you will just be a shell a person. I think I do a great job at balancing things or thinking creatively about things.”

Check out the album stream, cover art and tracklist below.

Jhené Aiko Dives Deep For Surprise "Trip" Album

1. LSD
2. Jukai
3. While We’re Young
4. Moments f. Big Sean
5. Olla (Only Lovers Left Alive) f. TWENTY88
6. When We Love
7. Sativa f. Swae Lee
8. New Balance
9. Newer Balance (Freestyle)
10. You Are Here
11. Never Call Me f. Kurupt
12. Nobody
13. Overstimulated
14. Bad Trip (Interlude)
15. Oblivion (Creation) f. Dr. Chill
16. Psilocybin (Love in Full Effect) f. Dr. Chill
17. Mystic Journey (Freestyle)
18. Picture Perfect (Freestyle)
19. Sing to Me f. Namiko Love
20. Frequency
21. Ascension f. Brandy
22. Trip f. Mali Music

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Rapper Souleye Drops "Wildman" Album

SPONSORED – Los Angeles-based rapper Souleye has delivered his new album, Wildman, which combines his love for electronic music with Hip Hop. Crafted entirely by production duo Crush Effect (Jesse Molloy and Dave Veith), the 11-track effort features some surprising guest vocalists, including ’90s alt-rock princess Alanis Morissette on the song “Snow Angel.”

Taking his penchant for positive, uplifting lyrics and setting them to an eclectic soundscape, Souleye has carved out his own niche, seemingly unafraid to be different.

Check out the album stream, cover art and tracklist below.

Rapper Souleye Drops "Wildman" Album
  1. Dream Come True
  2. Classic f. Chantel Krezuk & Chachillie
  3. Wildman f. Lynx
  4. Soul Expression
  5. Follow Your Heart
  6. Miles Away
  7. You’re An Angel
  8. Fountain Youth f. Wade Morissette
  9. Pain Body
  10. Snow Angel f. Alanis Morissette
  11. Hip Hop Medicine f. Dustin Tavelia
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Watch this hilarious anti-LSD PSA excavated from the 1960s – Dancing Astronaut

A public service announcement produced in 1969 has been drudged up online warning about the “dangers” taking LSD. The amusing, albeit well-intentioned, short film, entitled Case Study: LSD, documents a young woman’s first acid trip where she claims a hot dog’s life.

That’s right, you’re not tripping. She took a hot dog’s life who, she goes onto explain, “has a wife and kids to support.” She then describes how the hot dog screams in pain as she eats him.

The three-minute clip, which was sponsored by the U.S. Government for wide dispersement in high schools, is a chilling cautionary tale still photos against a backdrop eerie music. The voiceover narrator was left traumatized by her psychedelic experience when she realizes she has “murdered” the very food she purchased.

The curious 18-year old female then cites the gateway culprit into her hallucinatory world: “I was pretty jacked up on marijuana, so I decided to try it, and I dropped it.”

While the sixties adolescent — bless her heart — most likely had no scientific basis to explain for her auditory hallucinations, thankfully a decades-long fight for funding and drug-based research would tell her that what she was probably experiencing was a disillusionment ego, diminished sense self, and increased feelings empathy and connectedness with all things.

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Nas Calls Nicki Minaj His "Shorty" In New Series Of Photos

After reports emerged over the weekend that Nicki Minaj and Nas have been dating since May, the (alleged) high prile couple posted a new batch photos to their respective Instagram accounts on Sunday (September 17).

This time, the photos captured the pair posing in matching Gucci gear next to the Illmatic mastermind’s 1988 190E Mercedes-Benz, something he evidently picked up for his 44th birthday.

Nas’ caption read: Got my Bday 1988 190E Benz & picked up Shorty from Queens! We Out!”

Minaj was more elusive with her caption, writing, “Nasty Nas hopped out the illmatic ’88 benz tryna holla @ me earlier today in Queens.”

Dating rumors have been flying since May when Minaj posted a photo herself with Nas at his Sweet Chick restaurant in New York. Then last week, a video surfaced Nas’ 44th birthday party that showed the Queens MC kissing and licking Minaj’s face.

Minaj broke up with former flame Meek Mill in January and has remained tight-lipped about her private life. During an interview with daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, she did admit she and Nas had sleepovers, but they hadn’t done the “nasty.”

“We have had sleepovers],” she said. “I go to him. I just thought him coming to me was too forward. Let me clarify … I know people are going to think … no. We didn’t do the …”

“Nasty,” DeGeneres said, completing Minaj’s sentence.

“Because you know, I’m just chillin’ right now,” Minaj continued. “I’m celibate. I wanted to go a year without dating any man. I hate men. But I might make an exception to the rule for him because he’s so dope.”

Whether the recent photoshoot was simply a pressional endeavor or a symbol something more (or both) remains to be seen.

For now, check out more their photos below.

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Funk Flex Calls DJ Clue "A Wack DJ" — And Gets A Response

New York City – Veteran New York City DJ’s Funkmaster Flex and DJ Clue have never appeared to be chummy over the years competition through their respective platforms, Hot 97 and Power 105.1.

In a recent interview with ThisIs50, Flex decided to speak his mind about his longtime rival.

“You know the funny thing is about Clue?” Flex asked June Archer with a smirk. “I respect Clue and Clue’s a good guy. But you know what he has trouble with? He’s a wack DJ. You know how you play music? He’s a wack DJ! He should make an effort to change that perception.”

Ironically, the slander came right before Flex openly admitted he had a few things to work on himself — namely, “talking shit.” He then proceeded to shut down notions going head-to-head, deeming it totally pointless.

“When the battle stuff comes up, they’re doing that to you because they know you’re wack on the set,” he exclaimed. “You could never battle Flex — but nigga, get better on the set! If you do not take your craft serious enough to practice at it, then it’s cool. And that’s no diss to him. He’s a mixtape DJ and he’s a great producer.”

In 1998, as part JAY-Z’s now defunct Roc-A-Fella Records, Clue released the first installment his star-studded Pressional album series. He eventually nabbed a platinum plaque, solidifying his commercial presence for years to come. He also scored production for cohorts, such as JAY-Z and Fabolous, hammering home Flex’s point.

Not to be outdone, Flex released several gold-selling compilation albums during the late 90s as well, so this is a battle the heads have been wanting to see for a while.

Flex rounded out the interview by ousting Clue from a circle that included DJ Clark Kent, DJ Red Alert, Chuck Chillout, DJ SNS, Marley Marl and Kid Capri.

It didn’t take long for the word to get back to Clue, who had a few choice words for Flex. Most notably, he took aim at Flex’s club record selection, dubbing him “Mr #ClearTheDanceFloor.”

Both Flex and Clue are on the air at the same time in New York City, so their competition has always teetered along the lines real beef.

Check out Flex’s full and thoroughly entertaining interview up above.

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Jamie Jones pairs up with XS Nightclub for Halloween edition of Paradise – Dancing Astronaut

Bringing a taste his beachy vibes to the west-coast, is set to return to Las Vegas for a special edition Paradise. Slated to take place on Halloween night, XS Nightclub has been announced as the home for the coveted, one-f event. With , and  as support to round out the night, Paradise’s bone-chilling lineup is bound to bring out all ghouls and ghosts.

Throughout the years, Jones has established his presence across the globe from residencies in Ibiza to his curated Paradise series. With just two months until his Las Vegas affair, the UK native will be performing in Toronto with friends , , and for the second installment his ‘Paradise in the Park’ shows.

Tickets for this special edition event are available .

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