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Style blogging doesn't have to be lame.
Michelle Obama just wanted to invite Ciara to a nice dinner party and this is what happened.
Early contenders from around the world, in no particular order.
Can you say "finesse?"
"It's just too far to be going. You have to be what hip-hop represents."
Are we surprised?
Rihanna wore it best, IMO.
She's got a wispy soprano and an eerie fascination with dolls.
The "All I Need" visual also features a Three 6 Mafia retrospective.
Juicy J and K Camp link on the Big Fruit-produced banger.
Snootie Wild celebrates Go Mode release day with a big remix.
The follow-up to Snootie's buzz-building "Yayo" hasn't yet gotten the shine it deserves, but maybe this new video will renew interest ahead of his label debut.
K Camp reflects on radio breakthroughs and his first words out the womb
RJ pulls from both coasts on his Cash Money Records inspired Ride With Me
The Atlanta rapper stands out for knocking the ladies down a peg, for better or worse.
Memphis' Snootie Wild (signed to Yo Gotti's CMG label) recruits K Camp for less-is-more hi-haters anthem "Made Me."
The 16-track tape includes their bubbling single "Everywhere We Go," which features K Camp, as well as guest spots from the likes Kwony Cash, Rich Kidz' Skooly, Que and more.
On Rome Fortune's intimate experimentations, Casino maturing from yelling to rapping (albeit loudly), Rocko's quiet charisma, and K Camp's feminist take on love songs.
K Camp (of "Money Baby" fame) gets slower and sexier on his "K.I.S.S. 2" mixtape.