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    Chris Brown Would Be Canceled If It Wasn’t For Michael Jackson & BET, Says Wack 100

    Almost thirteen years ago, Chris Brown assaulted his girlfriend, Rihanna, in a bloody attack on Grammy night. An event that would change the course of both artists’ careers and change how the world saw Brown. Up until that moment, Brown had a clean slate making hit records “Kiss Kiss,” “With You,” and “Forever.” Brown looked […] More

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    Juicy J’s Stay Trippy Turns Eight Years Old

    Eight years ago, rap legend Juicy J released hit his album Stay Trippy on August 23, 2013, under the umbrella of Kemosabe Records and Columbia Records.  The album was Juicy J’s first solo album since leaving the group Three 6 Mafia and signing with Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang. Speaking of Wiz, he was featured on three album […] More

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    Juicy J’s Eye Opening Comments About Wiz Khalifa

    It has been six years since Juicy J released his hit album “Stay Trippy.”  It made its debut on August 23, 2013, features hit singles like  “Show Out,” “Bounce It,” “Talkin’ Bout,” and “Bandz a Make Her Dance” that went platinum. The album featured heavy hitters such as Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, […] More

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    Lil Dicky Freaky Friday Featuring Chris Brown Lands In The 8th Spot On The Billboard Top 100

    Lil Dicky’s newly released a track and video titled “Freaky Friday,” featuring GRAMMY-winning, multi-platinum selling entertainer Chris Brown, has emerged on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart at #8, mere weeks after release. This song marks the first release from the entertainer in three years, and his fans were thrilled, helping the track hit #1 on iTunes […] More