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Azealia Banks is once again defending Nicki Minaj from Joe Budden trash Talking.

Budden and Charlamagne Tha God named Nicki on their “Trash List” for 2017 and Banks is certainly not happy about that. She has become the fast of championing female hip hop on social media and has become a staunched defender of Ms Minaj’s role in female rap. “Joe Budden talks the most sh*t about rappers yet the emotional trauma (and possible industry backlash) from being rejected by JAY-Z well over ten years ago is the reason why he’s actually not a part of any rap game or music community anywhere,” she wrote.

“But it SERIOUSLY makes me sick to my stomach to see @cthagod and Joe Burden get pleasure from tearing this black woman down because they are LEGIT LYING TO THEMSELVES,” she added in her lengthy post. “Every comparison they make is a FARCE…not cardio [Cardi B] nor remus [Remy Ma] are fucking with nicki on her off day.”

Azealia Banks is certain no fan of the rapper turn podcaster and now Charlamagne has joined that ranks as one of the most hated media personalities in rap. The two took turns in bashing Nicki Minaj while telling viewers that she had a trash year despite dropping a lot of new music. “I can’t remember the last time I saw a superstar of Nicki’s caliber put out three records at the same time, and by the way that ‘No Fraids’ record had the iHeartRadio stimulus package that you going to play every hour on the hour on every urban station throughout the country,” Charlamagne said while Joe Budden added, “Nicki Minaj is a superstar and you cannot have 90 followers and put out three records and non of them catch [on].”

Of course, Nicki Minaj wasn’t the only name on the Trash List for 2017, rap legend Eminem and newcomer Lil Yachty was also on the list along with Frank Ocean.

Put your reading glasses on, Roommates, because #AzealiaBanks just came for #JoeBudden and #CharlamagneThaGod after they called #NickiMinaj trash ?? (View earlier post)

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Tony Matterhorn is trolling Alkaline the ultimate way by playing only Vybz Kartel Music.

I doubt Alkaline will care too much about this but at the end of the day artists need disc jockeys to be playing their music. Tony Matterhorn is booked for the upcoming Bad Behaviour Beach Party on New Year’s Day at Sugarman’s Beach in Portmore and he says he will only be playing Vybz Kartel music at the event. This means that if you’re a Vendetta fan then this is the wrong party for you.

Di Unit Portmore Champion Sound and Renaissance Disco will also be providing music for the event, so its unclear if they will be playing any of Alkaline’s music, but Matterhorn certainly will not. Sources told us that the veteran sound system selector has also planned to not play Alkaline music in the new year as a stance against the young deejay’s disrespect earlier this month at his birthday bash in Florida where he called TM a “pu**y” in front his face.

Seems there will be no peace between Tony Matterhorn and Alkaline anytime soon and Vybz Kartel is the unwitting beneficiary of their beef.

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Big Sean gave Bryson Tiller a few word of advice about the frequencies of love and joy.

Tiller, who has had a successful year for his career, went on Twitter on Wednesday to get some things off his chest. 2017 is undoubtedly a year where social media and internet bullying and trolling dominate the digital space. Most celebrities have a love-hate relationship with some of their fans and some folks can stay behind their keyboards and troll celebrities all day long.

“Spent a lot of time tryin to fix what haters didn’t like about me only to be reminded by those who love me that i was never broken.. focus on the love never the hate,” Bryson Tiller tweeted. Big Sean seems like he was just having a positive day and went on Twitter to share a positive message with his fans when he got wind of Tiller’s statement and decided to share his thoughts on it.

“Facts! U can’t please everybody bro, atleast please yourself! No point in changing your frequency of joy n love to accommodate opinions or hate. I had to learn that too. Keep up the good work, 2018 lookin bright!” Big Sean tweeted. Sean Don has been dealing with his own critics on social media about his recent joint project “Double or Nothing” with Metro Boomin. I personally think that the album was excellent.

spent a lot of time tryin to fix what haters didn’t like about me only to be reminded by those who love me that i was never broken.. focus on the love never the hate

— tiller (@brysontiller) December 27, 2017

Facts! U can’t please everybody bro, atleast please yourself! No point in changing your frequency of joy n love to accommodate opinions or hate. I had to learn that too. Keep up the good work, 2018 lookin bright! https://t.co/84sEc9yZD0

— Sean Don (@BigSean) December 27, 2017

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JAY-Z and Beyonce goes to confession in the video for “Family Feud.”

Hov has released a video for almost every single on his new album 4:44 and now fans are excited about the new cut for “Family Feud” because Beyonce and Blue Ivy Carter will be in it. The rap legend previewed the video on Twitter on Thursday. This comes just weeks after JAY-Z did an interview where he opened up for the first time about cheating on Beyonce. This

In the cinematic teaser, you can see the rap legend and Blue Ivy walking in a church before he took a seat in the confessional booth. You then see footage of Beyonce also in the church and other footage of a man and a woman making out while her vocals play in the background. The full video is currently available on TIDAL and will be available on Vevo by next week.

JAY-Z wrapped up his hugely successful 4:44 Tour in Los Angeles last weekend at a sold out crowd at the The Forum. The tour grossed over $45 million despite early reports of low tickets sales, making it his highest grossing solo tour to date. Watch a preview of the video for “Family Feud” below and catch the full version on TIDAL.

.@S_C_’s “Family Feud” x 12/29 x #TIDAL: https://t.co/We5OlPBrLl pic.twitter.com/sNoRbI8R56

— TIDAL (@TIDAL) December 28, 2017

Beyonce and Hov in the family feud video…im glad they picked my fav song to show their faces finally

— Gage (@KingGage_) December 28, 2017

how did I miss this video? where is this video? when did this come out? is my day going to devolve into latent standom?! I'm so shaken right now.

— Mikelle Street (@MikelleStreet) December 28, 2017

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Chance The Rapper thinks that Lil Wayne is the Michael Jackson of rap music.

The Chicago emcee recently got into a Twitter row with some fans who claimed that he is the only independent artist to make it big and no other indie artists will ever get as big as he is. That assessment didn’t sit well with Chance who taste mainstream success over the last two years. The argument started over an article about the same topic involving a conversation between Apple Music’s Carl Chery and the hosts of Everyday Struggle where he spoke about the deal Chance the Rapper made with Apple to release his 2016 album The Coloring Book exclusively on Apple Music for two weeks.

Chery didn’t disclosed the full amount of the deal, but did say that Chance is a phenomenal artist with a great team around him. What really got the “No Problem” rapper angry was when some folks suggested that no other indie artist will reach the same height as he is. 2017 was a big year for artists signing major label deals. One fan on Twitter then asked him who is the Michael Jackson of rap.

“People jokingly say Em’s the Elvis of rap.. Well who’s the Michael Jackson of rap?,” the fan asked to which Chance responded saying, “Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. He been in this sh*t.” Dwayne Carter is Lil Wayne’s real name and comparing him to the great king of pop is far reaching given the heights that Michael Jackson reached in music.

People jokingly say Em’s the Elvis of rap.. Well who’s the Michael Jackson of rap?

— Lucius Septimius Bassianus (@CrookedIntriago) December 24, 2017

Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. He been in this shit. https://t.co/90sQ8sArfu

— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) December 24, 2017

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