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Damian Marley picked up another accolade last week when he won the 2017 MOBO Award for Best Reggae Act.

Minister of Culture, Gender Entertainment and Sport Olivia Grange, has issued a statement congratulating the reggae/dancehall deejay for the win. In her statement, she describes the artist as an outstanding member of the talented musical family, the Marleys. “[He] is on a roll, having just been nominated in the Best Reggae Album category of the Grammy Awards, and now winning the MOBO Award. It really feels special to say back-to-back congratulations to him,” the minister said.

Minister Grange also acknowledges artists like Alkaline, Popcaan, Aidonia, and Chronixx, who were all nominated in the category of Best Reggae Act. She said that all those artists are worthy of the award but ultimately there can only be one winner. Damian Marley and Chronixx are also both nominated in the Best Reggae Album category at the upcoming 60th annual Grammy Awards. Both artists have released great albums this year, but again only one can win the Grammy.

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The Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Award was established in the UK in 1998 and as since been recognizing the contribution of reggae/dancehall artists contribution to the music over the years. This is Damian Marley’s second MOBO Award.

DJ Khaled is on his way to earning father of the year award.

The rapper’s son Asahd Khaled is on the digital cover of PAPER magazine Winter 2017 issue. The young don wore a floral green shirt and matching bright green pants by Terrell Jones. He completed that outfit with Jordan sneakers and some jewelry from Pristine Jewelers. The photo was taken with him standing beside his miniature Rolls-Royce with “BOSS” written on the license plate.

There are several more photos inside the magazine of young Khaled killing different outfits including one of him wearing a blue velvet suit and another of him wearing a Gucci tracksuit. Asahd Khaled recently celebrated his 1st birthday with a grand bash at LIV nightclub in Miami. DJ Khaled and his wife celebrated their birthdays last weekend and a ton of celebrities including Chris Brown, Diddy, Mary J. Blige, and Pharrell Williams.

This is Asahd’s second magazine cover in the last two months after gracing the cover of New Times mag last month. The photos were taken by JUCO and his styling was done by Terrell Jones.

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Kehlani debut a romantic video for her single “Honey.”

The vintage clip was directed by David Camarena and features Kehlani and her love interest, played by Aarianna Johnson, showing some PDA while the camera shows shots of bees flying, leaves, and a beautiful backdrop of the blue sky with some clouds. “I like my girls just like I like my honey,” the R&B diva sings while sitting on the roof of a house.

Kehlani picked up and award for Rule Breaker of the Year at last weekend’s Billboard Women in Music. “There were particular reasons why I chose [Aarianna Johnson] for this video,” the singer wrote wrote. “This song was inspired by an androgynous woman, and I wanted to find someone who fell in line with that, who was ‘hard’ yet so so soft (yes, like a bee). I was asked ‘why not use a feminine girl?’, but I knew I wanted to honor the inspiration, and paint the picture of the sweet tender aspect that shines through every woman, no matter what. Thank you for doing this @beingspontaneous she killed her first video job everyone!”

Watch video for “Honey” below.

Nicki Minaj and Lil Uzi Vert drops the long awaited video for their collaboration “The Way Life Goes (Remix).”

The cut was directed by DAPS and kicked off with Lil Uzi being tied up to a tree and a dog growling at him. The clip then switches over to Nicki Minaj in a cabin dressing skimpy with a knife in her hand gyrating and plotting while Uzi Vert is tied up in the woods with a grave already dug nearby.

The video continues to nightfall where the “XO Tour Life” rapper gets murdered by a seductive femme fatale. His body was thrown into the grave and then the video ends while she is shoveling dirt on top of him. The original single is featured on Lil Uzi Vert’s debut album Luv Is Rage 2, which debut at the top of the Billboard chart. He also released the deluxe version of the album last month with four new songs.

Watch Nicki Minaj and Lil Uzi Vert new video “The Way Life Goes (Remix).”

Tonight we ride, right or wrong
Tonight we sail, on a radio song
Rescue me, should I go down
If I stay too long in trouble town
Oh, yeah, you wreck me, baby
You break me in two
But you move me, honey
Yes you do
Now and again I get the feeling
Well if I don’t win, I’m a gonna break even
Rescue me, should I go wrong
If I dig too deep, if I stay too long
Oh, yeah, you wreck me, baby
You break me in two
But you move me, honey
Yes you do
I’ll be the boy in the corduroy pants
You be the girl at the high school dance
Run with me wherever I go
And just play dumb, whatever you know
Oh, yeah, you wreck me, baby
You break me in two
But you move me, honey
Yes you do
you wreck me, baby
You break me in two
But you move me, honey
Yes you do