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Run The Jewels are really re-making their album with cat noises, and here are some clips to prove it.
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First, Keith Ape remixed "Hot Nigga." Now he takes on OG Maco.
Jean-Paul Gaultier and the Venus de Milo breaking the internet.
Let Chilly Gonzales crack an egg of musical knowledge over your head.
On the catwalk, dicks swangin' #NSFW #OMFG
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Baton Rogue rapper Lil Boosie drops Crazy in support of his upcoming fall album, his first since leaving prison
Lil Boosie has only been out of prison for a week and he already has a fashion collaboration for sale.
Important life lessons from the Baton Rouge legend.
From behind bars, Meek shares a monstrous collaboration with Lil Boosie.
Snootie Wild celebrates Go Mode release day with a big remix.
Stream a new twerk anthem featuring a strip club dream team.
T-Pain continues his 2014 comeback with a totally refurbished version of DJ Mustard-produced hit Up Down, with verses from Lil Boosie, Kid Ink, and B.O.B.
Hurricane Chris recruits Lil Boosie for the Ratchet remix, produced by DJ Mustard, and it's simultaneously bizarre and inevitable.
Post-prison, Lil Boosie is joining the world of social media.
The tape runs seven tracks (counting the intro) and features nearly as many guests, as well as a stellar production lineup.
Listen to the tough talking first official single off the legendary Baton Rouge rapper's first post-prison album, set to drop later this summer.
The Baton Rouge legend follows-up the announcement of his first pre-prison album with a radio-friendly remix of his first post-release drop, "Show The World."