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RealStreetRadio – This week in Hip Hop, Drake and Future released the video for their much-anticipated “Life Is Good” single. Also, Lil Fizz and Apryl Jones reportedly broke up while French Montana continued his 50 Cent feud with papers allegedly proving his rival’s a snitch.

Drake & Future Release “Life Is Good” Video

The video for Future and Drake‘s joint collab “Life Is Good” arrived this week.

On the track itself, Drake appeared to address his continued issues with Pusha T and Kanye West.

“Niggas gotta move off my release day, huh/Bitch, this is fame, not clout/I don’t even know what that’s about, watch your mouth,” the OVO boss spit, possibly referring to when ‘Ye lined up G.O.O.D. Music release dates up against his Scorpion release date.

In the Director X-helmed video, Drizzy and Future reminisce about their journey to the top by working as fast food employees, mechanics and a few other jobs.

Watch Future and Drake’s ‘Life Is Good’ video here.

Lil Fizz & Apryl Jones Break Up

Lil Fizz and Apryl Jones’ romantic relationship is reportedly done.

When people first noticed the former couple unfollowed each other this week, Twitter went crazy enjoying the mess.

While Apryl and Fizz-o were still frolicking in their love on social media last year, Omarion announced the Millennium Tour — without B2K — on Fizz’s birthday.

Read more about Lil Fizz and Apryl Jones’ break up here.

French Montana Provides Alleged Receipts OF 50 Cent’s Snitching

Amid a weeks-long feud, French Montana served up receipts claiming 50 Cent is a snitch.

French posted some paperwork listing Curtis Jackson as a government informant on Instagram.

“WHERE IM FROM IT DOESNT GET NO WORSE THAN THIS…A REAL LIFE RAT,” Montana wrote in the caption. “WOWWWW 59 IS A GOVERNMENT INFORMANT AND HERE’s THE PAPER WORK TO PROVE IT!! I SWEAR THIS IS MY LAST POST…!! THIS BEEF IS OVER…HE ALREADY CALLED THE SYSTEM ON ME!!”

Since French’s last post on their beef, which started over a Bugatti, 50 has foucsed on promoting the final season of Power. The G-Unit boss also commended Oprah for backing out of a planned docuseries about Russell Simmons.

Read more about French Montana sharing receipts of 50 Cent’s alleged snitching here.

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#DXclusives: Ty Farris & Smokepurpp

Why Smokepurpp Removed His Kanye West Song “No Problem” Off His Album

Smokepurpp recently stopped by RealStreetRadio’s office to discuss his album Deadstar 2. During the conversation, he explained why he chose to remove a Kanye West verse since it was recorded before Yeezy’s spiritual awakening.

“He didn’t personally tell me [to remove it], I just kind of knew,” Smokepurpp explained to DX. “He kind of just changed his ways or whatever. Mike Dean mixed the whole album, he executive produced the whole album. So he pretty much just told me he’s not really cursing and shit. He’s not really performing his old songs anymore, he does ‘Jesus Walks.’ If he does do his old songs, he changes the lyrics.”

Watch the entire interview with Smokepurpp here.

Ty Farris Talks ‘No Cosign Just Cocaine’ & Upcoming Projects

Ty Farris just released another of his No Cosign Just Cocaine series and took the time to speak with DX about its creation.

“The project is kinda like a gumbo of songs I had in the stash,” he noted. “I was working on multiple EPs with producers like Bozack Morris and Sebb Bash. So I grabbed some of those joints with a few others I had.”

Read the full interview with Ty Farris here.

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