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Young Dolph Is Selling Bulletproof Flak Jackets To Promote New Album

Young Dolph is revving up his promotional efforts ahead the release his new project, Thinking Out Loud.

The self-described “King Memphis” has unveiled his new line Thinking Out Loud-themed merchandise. It includes an $85 bulletpro flak jacket, a clear nod to last month’s Hollywood shooting incident that left Dolph with multiple gunshot wounds.

Young Dolph Is Selling Bulletpro Flak Jackets To Promote New Album

The jacket comes with a disclaimer that reads, “This item is solely the plate carrier vest, MOLLE plates sold separately.” In other words, the jacket isn’t actually bulletpro.

Elsewhere, Dolph is selling vinyl, cassette tapes and CD copies his new album, as well as Thinking Out Loud-themed t-shirts, hoodies and bandanas.

Dolph’s upcoming LP features 10 tracks with guest appearances from D.R.A.M., Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz and Ty Dolla $ign. On Wednesday (October 18), he also released a new video for the album’s single, “Believe Me,” which was partially filmed during his hospital stay.

To browse Dolph’s full range Thinking Out Loud merchandise, visit the rapper’s ficial store website.

Thinking Out Loud is expected to arrive on Friday (October 20).

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XXXTentacion Makes Light Of Domestic Abuse Charges, Acts Like A Degenerate

XXXTentacion is reacting to the disgusting domestic abuse charges being raised against him as expected. Like an immature ignoramus. 

Rather than a “no comment” or “We’ll let the jury decide,” the weirdo rapper took to social media to mock the allegations while screaming out “Suck my d*ck” to his critics for good measure. It all went down a set Instagram story clips, which are course now being shared across the Internets.

This all stems from the deposition his ex-girlfriend that graphically detailed her alleged abuse at his hands coming to light.

For the record, just because XXXTentacion is a rapper, it doesn’t mean that Hip-Hop culture condones this vile behavior.

He has a new video dropping tomorrow, which is probably his entire point—like that fake suicide stunt he pulled.

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It was only a matter of time, but Borgore has officially partnered with Pornhub for latest music video [NSFW]

Porn. The word is almost onomatopoeic in its ubiquitous meaning. Hub. The loosely used suffix to define the effective center any particular activity or network. So essentially Pornhub would be the internet’s self-proclaimed epicenter pornography, though today, the website is adding another beat, excuse the pun, to their relatively narrow content mill. The pornography giant has partnered with to debut his latest music video for an appropriately titled “Savage.” Yes, nowadays Pornhub is diversifying their portfolio with music video hosting. Though it was only a matter time before they either linked with Borgore’s brazenly crass brand, or fered him a job.

The “” producer’s latest output is par for the course Borgore: its loud, aggressive, bass-laden party music, though the marketing campaign behind the new music video is undeniably ingenious. Leveraging the millions eyes viewing Pornhub pages at every hour the day, Borgore’s C- new tune and hilariously NSFW new video will be in front everyone whether they like it or not.

It was only a matter  time, but Borgore has ficially partnered with Pornhub for latest music video NSFW]

We don’t have the decency to publish the full video on our site, but you can head to the to view the video in full.

It was only a matter  time, but Borgore has ficially partnered with Pornhub for latest music video NSFW][hupso]
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Windy City Rapper SD Hits The Pool For New "Sacrifice" Video

Chicago, IL – Hailing from the Windy City, 21-year-old SD has started building a name for himself with collaborations featuring notable artists such as Chief Keef, Danny Brown and RiFF RAFF. He’s back with a new video for “Sacrifice,” which finds him living the life.

The independent artist kicked f his four-volume Life a Savage mixtape series in 2012, released his debut album Truly Blessed in 2014 and dropped his Just The Beginning mixtape in 2015.

“Sacrifice” comes from his upcoming full-length release coming this year.

“My music is evolving because my life is evolving. Music has allowed me to see the world outside Chicago and I make songs about those experiences. I want to inspire people to make sacrifices to better their lives. That’s what this song is about,” says SD.

Check out the video above and find the single here.

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Uh Oh: Is Blac Chyna Low-Key Taunting Rob Kardashian In Belly’s Racy “P.O.P.” Video?

Blac Chyna stars in Belly’s racy new video for “P.O.P. (Power Pussy)” and there’s a line in the song that seems to allude to the tense situation with Rob Kardashian, who is her ex-fiancé and the father her daughter Dream. As Belly raps, “She took you for everything/ You let her do it again,” Chyna winks at the camera.

There’s no confirmation on whether the song was inspired by Chyna and Rob’s tumultuous and extremely public relationship. Belly and Chyna haven’t said a word on social media about the lyric.

In July, Rob dragged Chyna online, claiming she cheated on him with multiple men, and essentially used him for money and fame, while leaking private nude photos the former stripper. Chyna has since lawyered up.

Although Chyna doesn’t rap in the Director X-helmed video, she is reportedly planning on pursuing a music career in the future (god help us.)

Watch “P.O.P.” above and get ready for Belly’s forthcoming Glorious project.

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Watch Marshmello hit a frat party 'Find Me' music video

 takes fans for a trip down memory lane in the new music video for his 2016 release, “Find Me.” After the recent release his smooth original, “,” and his June remix to Future’s “”  proved that his sonic capabilities are even more expansive than we knew, it seems the artist now wants to remind us his road to fame.

“Find Me,” a heavy synth track with virtually no vocals f his 2016 record, Joytime, now comes complete with an ficial video. Reviving the track for peak summertime festival season is Mello absolutely ruling a frat party.

In the playful new video, Marshmello says no to beers and yes to DJing. Making his way through the party is an awkward anonymous young Mello who amidst pillow-fights and twinkie-eating contests eventually finds his rightful place behind the booth.



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Young M.A Armed With Loyalty & Kandypens In "Same Set" Video

It’s been a minute since Young M.A has dropped a new video, but the wait is over. The Brooklyn spitter has hit the ground running with the visual for “Same Set,” which finds the ambitious artist at the helm her crew, riding “scooter bikes” and throwing money around like it’s growing on palm trees. Par for the course, she’s armed with a bevy ladies, Kandypens and braggadocious bars.

Shot in Miami, the video is directed by Piece By Guy, while the song is produced by Freshbeatz. It can be found on M.A’s latest EP, HERstory. Throughout the track, she talks about what it was like before she could afford Kandypens, champagne and the lavish lifestyle she’s adopted.

Sporting The Kandypens Swag

Looking Fly With That Kandypen

Rockin’ With The Best … Kandypens

Young M.A is already a member the ever-evolving roster high-prile artists who co-sign Kandypens, a list that includes DJ Khaled, 21 Savage, Fat Joe, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, French Montana, Nas, Kanye West, Young Thug, Tyga, Jadakiss, K-Camp, Kid Ink, and Fetty Wap.

Kandypens was named best vaporizer 2016 by High Times due to its combination popular technology and flashy design, making Kandypens the go-to choice for vaping in the Hip Hop and Rap community.

Watch the “Same Set” video above.

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JAY-Z Recreates "Friends" For "Moonlight" Video With Help From Issa Rae & Lil Rel Howery

JAY-Z has dropped a new video for “Moonlight,” one 10 tracks (or 13 when talking about the physical copy) from his celebrated 4:44 album.

Kicking f with a snippet Whodini’s “Friends,” the star-studded affair is based on the long running sitcom, Friends. It finds appearances from Insecure actor Issa Rae, Get Out breakout star Lil Rel Howery, comedian Jerrod Carmichael, Atlanta‘s Lakeith Stanfield, Girls Trip star Tiffany Haddish, Tessa Thompson and, last but not least, Hannibal Buress.

The song doesn’t start until the end the visual, when Carmichael realizes all is not what it seems on the set the show. He escapes out the side door, where he basks in the moonlight as audio the infamous 2017 Oscar blunder brings the video to a close. (La La Land was announced as the winner for Best Picture by mistake, but it was actually the Barry Jenkins-directed Moonlight that won the honor.)

“We stuck in La La Land/ Even when we win, we lose/ We got the same fuckin’ flows/ I don’t know who is who,” Hov raps over a sample Teena Marie’s “Ooo La La La” (also famously used on The Fugees’ “Fu-Gee-La”).

The “Moonlight” TIDAL exclusive comes on the same day criticially acclaimed thriller Get Out (in which David also starred in with Howery) was reportedly deemed the most pritable film 2017 (so far), with $217 million in prits and a 630 percent return on investment (ROI).

Check out the “Moonlight” video above and revisit HipHopDX’s interview with Get Out director Jordan Peele here.

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Drake Invests His Rap Money In Matched Tea Brand

Rapper Drake has swapped Cristal for matcha tea, as the rapper has been revealed as a major investor in a rapidly expanding energy drink brand.

According to editors at Esquire magazine, the “Hotline Bling” star is one the main investors in brand MatchaBar, which has recently expanded with a new location in Los Angeles and is partnering with Whole Foods to release its Better Energy bottled matcha drink.

Matcha is a powdered green tea much loved by health and wellness enthusiasts.

Former music executive and CEO Graham Fortgang, who co-founded the company with his brother Max, revealed the 30-year-old is one the company’s main investors.

“Max and I are really thrilled about Drake’s involvement, inspired by his hustle and what he’s done in the music world,” Fortgang told Esquire. “So to have someone like him invest in our brand, we’re really humbled by his decision to get behind our ‘Better Energy’ platform.”

There have already been few sightings the beverage on Drake’s social media accounts.

The music star is a renowned fitness enthusiast who also regularly posts clips his gym workouts.

News his business venture comes after the Canadian rapper also teased the launch his flagship OVO store in Yorkdale Mall, Toronto, in a new video clip posted online.

Drake shared a luxe short clip featuring his track Gyalchester to promote the launch the shop.

In the video, the “Controlla” singer is seen cruising through the mall on top a black Escalade SUV with his crew wearing head-to-toe OVO clothing from his fashion line.

The new store, OVO’s fourth in north America, is set to launch on Saturday in time for the eighth annual OVO Fest on at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on August 7.

PARTYNEXTDOOR, Roy Woods, Majid Jordan, dvsn, and Drake will perform.