A$AP Rocky Opens Up About His Sex Addiction

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New York, NY – A$AP Rocky reveals he has been dealing with what appears to be self-proclaimed sexual issues since he was an early adolescent in a recent interview.

According to a report from TMZ, the “LSD” singer spoke with Angie Martinez for her WeTV show Untold Hip Hop Stories and nonchalantly shared the fact that his “sexual addiction” began as early as junior high.

“I was always (long pause) a sex addict,” Rocky begins.

“Like, I was horny, I ain’t even have no sperm in my testicles yet, but I literally was horny.”

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TSR STAFF: Brianne D! @beedev_ _____________________________________ #ASAPRocky has held as spot as one our #TSRZaddys, and his most recent statement might explain why. According to Rocky, he has a sex addiction, and he's not ashamed to admit it! _____________________________________ A$AP opens up about his romantic life and his sex life to Angie Martinez on her show "Untold Stories Of Hip Hop".  While speaking about his ability to commit in a relationship, A$AP drops the bomb on Angie, and explains that he is not embarrassed to speak his truth. _____________________________________ In this preview clip obtained by @TMZ_tv, A$AP says he was always a horny kid, and although Angie points out theres a difference between wanting to have sex and being a sex addict, A$AP maintains he’s—click the link in our bio to read more! (🎥: @tmz_tv, @wetv)

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In an extended version the clip, Rocky edges further into more sensitive territory and elaborates on how his addiction isn’t something he shies away from.

“These are things that people like to stay away from, they don’t like to admit,” he starts.

“I can’t be embarrassed about it, I wear my heart on my sleeve. I don’t do nothing that I’m not proud speaking .”

Catch the trailer clip the Untold Hip Hop Stories episode featuring the conversation with A$AP Rocky on his sexual addiction and Sweedish imprisonment, with additional appearances from Nelly, Trina and Cardi B.


Lil Kim Recalls Biggie Picking "Hard Core" Poster Image & Talks "9" LP Part 2

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New York, NY – Lil Kim recently stopped by Beats 1 Radio to chop it up with host Ebro Darden. During their conversation, they discussed her latest album 9, which arrived earlier this month — 14 years after 2005’s The Naked Truth. 

Toward the end the interview, Kim reaffirms 9 is actually the first two parts. Missy Elliott, Remy Ma and Fabolous are a few the guests expected on the second installment. However, she didn’t divulge when exactly the album would arrive.

“It’s some interesting records on part two,” she says. “Me and Missy with Paris Hilton. I got Remy. It’s super hard though. Remy flamed that record.

Elsewhere in the interview, Kim opens up about The Notorious B.I.G. and talks about how he chose the now salacious poster image for 1996’s Hard Core. 

“Biggie was always at all my photoshoots, like he picked the Hard Core poster,” she explains. “I naturally did the pose, but I did a bunch poses and he was like, ‘That’s the one.’

“The record company was like, ‘Are you sure about this?’ He was like, ‘Hell yeah, put that bitch on a poster. Stop playing.’ I’m not even joking. He was just my guy for everything. Not that I didn’t know him, but I was just scared to make a move because I didn’t want to make the wrong move, so he did everything.”

Watch a clip the interview up top and listen to the full audio above.


Joyner Lucas & Kid Ink To Headline Power California’s Our Future Fest

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Los Angeles, CA – Joyner Lucas and Kid Ink are coming to the City Angels in November for an event staged by Power California, a statewide multi-racial civic engagement organization.

The two have been booked as the headliners Our Future Fest, an event designed to encourage voter registration and election participation among young citizens.

The day-long event is scheduled to take place at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in Downtown Los Angeles on November 10. The festivities are free to attend with tickets available Eventbrite.

Our Future Fest will be hosted by 97.1 AMP Radio’s Yesi Ortiz and actor Kendrick Sampson, who is known for his roles in The CW’s The Vampire Diaries and ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder. Additional performers include DJ Li, Ruby Ibarra and Indigo Mateo.

Pick up free tickets to Our Future Fest here. For more information about the event, visit its website.


Japanese Rapper Travels To Cleveland Hoping To Meet Bone Thugs — Gets Robbed Instead

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Cleveland, OH – Japanese rapper Ryo Muranaka reportedly sold everything he owned to travel 6,000 miles from his home in Japan to Cleveland’s east side in hopes meeting Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. According to Fox8 Cleveland, the iconic Hip Hop artists are Muranaka’s “heroes.”

But once he arrived in Cleveland, he wasn’t met with the welcome he’d wanted. In fact, local activists James Norton and Kwas Bibbs found him alone, broke and robbed his luggage.

With the help an interpreter app, Muranaka told the news outlet he thought all he would need to get into the United States was his album. He admitted he had no idea how he’d get back to Japan.

“I thought I could get in the US in exchange for my CD,” Muranaka said. “No. No plan. One-way ticket.”

Now, Muranaka’s temporary permission to be in the U.S. has expired. However, the fices U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and Rep. Marcia Fudge said they were attempting to find a solution.

Norton and Bibbs said Muranaka was able to meet Layzie Bone who was kind enough to briefly put him up in a hotel.

Krayzie Bone heard about Muranaka’s predicament and initially thought he was one their superfans who consistently roll through the area Bone Thugs got their start. He soon realized Muranaka was different. But, he points out there’s a lesson to be learned.

“My initial reaction was I didn’t think too much it because we’ve had so many fans throughout our careers come from around the world to 99th St. Clair either looking for us or trying to take photos,” Krayzie told HipHopDX. “I thought it was just another fan, but when I heard this dude sold all his belongings to come to Cleveland I was like, ‘WTH?’

“I commend him for his determination and passion for what he’s trying to do because I can relate. I’m quite sure he heard our story and how we pursued Eazy-E and this is what inspired him.”

Krayzie continued, “But I will also say this to other fans and artist that are looking to do the same thing as us or this gentleman did — follow your dreams by all means, but you have to be very careful when you go to places you know nothing about.

“We’re not from the suburbs, we’re from the ghetto. The area we grew up in is not nice by any means, and I’m just thankful all they took from him was his luggage and not his life because it gets real like that. So, be very careful and have some kind plan.”

The title Bone Thugs’ seminal album, E. 1999 Eternal, was a nod to Cleveland’s eastside neighborhood centering on East 99th Street and St. Clair Avenue.

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KXNG Crooked Releases "The Weeklys Vol. 4" Compilation

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KXNG Crooked makes it easy to keep up with his Hip Hop Weekly series. The West Coast lyricist has dropped The Weeklys Vol. 4, another compilation featuring tracks from the ongoing series.

The former Slaughterhouse member’s latest project is comprised nine tracks. The songs are entries No. 33-41 in the 2019 edition Hip Hop Weekly.

Check out the previous volume The Weeklys here. Also, watch Crooked host the HipHopDX series Crook’s Corner on DX’s YouTube channel.

View Crooked’s The Weeklys Vol. 4 stream, cover art and tracklist below.

KXNG Crooked Releases "The Weeklys Vol. 4" Compilation

1. Shot Ya
2. Chandelier
3. Dear God
4. 52 Weeks
5. Happy Now
6. Dope Rap
7. 2Nite
8. WTFIGOH
9. Coast Lines


Gemini Man: Quavo Spots His "Clone" During Migos Show

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If Quavo ever needs a body double, he’s found the perfect candidate for the job. The Migos member shared an Instagram video a lookalike attending his show and joked about the fan being his clone.

“H U N C H O C L O N E I S R E A L,” he wrote with a laughing emoji.

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Quavo’s “clone” isn’t the only person to have a striking resemblance to the Migos member though.

Fans have ten pointed out the similarities between him and Cash Money Records singer Jacquees on social media.

Beyond finding doppelgangers at shows, Quavo is staying busy with his new gig on an animated TV show. In August, the Quality Control Music artist announced he’s executive producing a kids’ series about Atlanta’s Hip Hop scene.

“I have long seen how Hip Hop as well as our music really impacts kids,” Quavo said in a press release. “I’ve loved animation my whole life, whether on TV or in movies, and I wanted my first jump into this premium content world to be a show just for kids. It will definitely reflect the creativity, love and families in and around the nawf side Atlanta, where we grew up.”


Interview: Warren G Reflects On “Regulate” 25 Years Later

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Los Angeles, CA – The rhythmic ballad “Regulate” features Long Beach-bred rappers and lifelong friends Warren G and Nate Dogg exchanging four-bar samples about a near-fatal night in their hometown.

Now 25 years old, the ballad is still one the biggest breakout rap songs all time and largely responsible for putting both artists — and the genre they’d up defining in G-Funk — ficially on the map.

The Grammy-nominated hit single was ficially released in 1994 as part Warren G’s debut album Regulate…G Funk Era and the film soundtrack for Above the Rim starring Tupac Shakur. The “Regulate” music video was also a mainstay on the MTV and VH1 circuit during a time which rap wasn’t getting too much play on TV.

Interview: Warren G Reflects On “Regulate” 25 Years Later

Warren G sat down with HipHopDX during a recent performance in Inglewood, California to talk about his famous song, his upcoming album and his star cornerback son who plays at USC.

HipHopDX: You’re now 48 years old. How has “Regulate” defined you as an artist 25 years later?

Warren G: Younger kids from a new generation that got turned on to “Regulate” still come up to me and want it, till this day. I swear to God. I’m like wow. On the international level, “Regulate” is the one where they say ‘now you changed some shit.’ When they think about west coast rap, they think about the song “This D.J.” During sets, “Regulate” is a build up to the grand finale, and it’s the biggest one. I set it up with a tribute to Nate Dogg and G-Funk because he’s not with us. I give him that love on my show. He was my dog. He was my best friend.

HipHopDX: Where would you rank “Regulate” among rap’s all-time best hits?

Warren G: I give it the top five because it was one the biggest Hip Hop singles ever. That’s a fact. I can’t say what number, but it’s in the top five. For it to be playing 25 years strong and still going, that means something and lets the world know that G-Funk is here to stay, and Warren G is here to stay. We’re going to keep doing that shit. We’re not gonna stop.

HipHopDX: How do you reintroduce yourself in 2019?

Warren G: I’m The Regulator. I’m G-Funk. I’m Warren. I wouldn’t want to change anything. I’m still relevant to the new era. I’m just not rapping like the new era, but I’m right there with them musically.

HipHopDX: Aside from touring with Snoop Dogg, what else are you currently working on?

Warren G: I have a record I can drop right now with Ty Dolla $ign. It’s called “And You Know That.” It’s vicious.

HipHopDX: What do you like listening to these days?

Warren G: I fuck with everybody. I listen to all it.

HipHopDX: What are your thoughts on this era rap music?

Warren G: There are some solid artists Lil Baby, J. Cole, Drake and Joey Bada$$, but then you have others who are just saying some bullshit. You have to look at the current way these kids are living and what they’re going through. We can’t just sit back and say, ‘what they’re going through is bullshit.` It’s what’s going on. Just like what we talked about back in the day was what was going on with the gangbangin’ and barbeques. They’re still doing it, but they’re doing it in their own way. What needs to happen is that a lot shit needs to change.

HipHopDX: How do you keep in touch with your contemporaries in Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg?

Warren G: Our relationships are solid. We’re still active and making business moves. Whenever we do get time to chill, we do. Everyone is doing their thing. It’s never too old or too late to still do the records that are just as big now as it was back then.

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HipHopDX: You are a West Coast legend, but where do you prefer to perform?

Warren G: I’m international. I like to perform everywhere. We’ve been in the midwest lately as well as Canada. Everywhere we go is incredible and sold out. The love is really real. We were in Detroit recently by the water and there were thunderstorms with lighting. The backstage was even flooded. But people were on jet skis and everything. I told them, ‘this is the most fun I’ve ever had at a show.’ It was love, and you can just feel the vibe so much. I was the second act, so I was like ‘fuck this shit.’ They’re going to make me go second? Alright. I’m going to tear this motherfucker up. Whoever else came after me, they had to really do their thing because I tore a whole through their ass.

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HipHopDX: What has it been like to see your son Olaijah Griffin develop into a five-star recruit and current cornerback for USC?

Warren G: That’s my guy. As a dad, I can’t even begin to explain how cool it is. At first, my other son Warren was better. Olaijah was a water boy in Pop Warner and couldn’t really play. And then he started practicing and was running faster than everybody. He finally got his chance, and when they gave him the ball as a running back that first time, he ran the ball 65 yards for a touchdown and did a frontflip. When I saw that, I thought to myself, ‘he is different.’ Just to support my boys from Pop Warner till now was one the best things in the world for a dad. It kept them out the streets and other bullshit. Oh my god, the whole journey has been incredible.


Exclusive Premiere: Kai Wachi Drops Heavy Bass Banger "MRDR"

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Kai Wachi is back at it yet again folks. This time providing us with a much anticipated tune that has been absolutely ripping through his live sets recently. Entitled “MRDR”, the new single comes just in time for your Halloween shenanigans and will provide you all with a dark and heavy fusion of bass mayhem.

The single blends hip hop, trap and dubstep perfectly well, it is a song that Kai Wachi has been playing out so often and it has been getting big reactions from every crowd it has come in contact with for good reason. “MRDR” comes as a welcoming single ahead of his debut ‘DEMIGOD’ tour so make sure to catch him live when he comes through to your area!!

Check out Kai Wachi’s new single “MRDR” below and grab your tickets for his new tour here!


YELLOW CLAW LAUNCHES “AMSTERDAMNED” COMIC BOOK AT ADE 2019!

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YellowClaw will open a temporary comic book store in Amsterdam to celebrate the release their latest track “Amsterdamned“. Accompanying the release “Amsterdamned“, there will be a limited run 5,000 comic book copies, which Yellow Claw super fans can purchase at the duo’s four-day pop-up shop at the Amsterdam Dance Event, beginning October 17th

Both YellowClaw members will be at the store to sign copies their comic book, accompanied by other activities throughout the week like: live “Amsterdamned” tattoo sessions, a photo booth, demo drops and more. 

The pop-up store will be open to the public from Thursday October 17 until Sunday October 20 and will also feature merchandise inspired by the comic book including a clothing line, skateboards, accessories and more. The comic book and merchandise will also be available for purchase online. You can also check out the guys’ latest single “Amsterdamned” below!


Julian Jordan announces own YouTube show, “It’s Julian Jordan”!

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Not content with conquering dancefloors across the world, Julian Jordan has shown his intent to create more captivating content for his fans with the announcement his own YouTube show.

It’s Julian Jordan will give fans a candid look into this prodigious talent’s life, with exclusive behind-the-scenes access and interviews with some the most important figures in his life to give more context to his story. Showing the trials, tribulations and emotional rollercoasters life on the road, this monthly show gives the viewer a chance to be part his entourage.

The first ‘pre’ Episode 0 sets the tone. We meet his supportive parents, who help build the story his early days DJing from a young age. He talks about some his favorite memories so far, including his first night in Ibiza, and his first headline ADE show in 2017. He also gives some insight into his passion for what he does.

Following this intro episode, another six episodes will follow in this mini-series, each focused on a different theme. The themes are:

  1. Career
  2. Tourlife
  3. Produce
  4. Shows
  5. Home 
  6. Future

Don’t miss this chance to get closer to one the most exciting rising stars in dance music. Look out for appearance from some his closest industry friends, peers and collaborators.  You can check out the introductory episode below!


The Game Announces His Last Studio Album Drops Next Month

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Los Angeles, CA – The Game is apparently done with the game. On Tuesday (October 15), the veteran MC hit up Instagram and announced his last studio album Born 2 Rap will arrive next month his new imprint, Prolific Records.

“Hood morning (no typo),” he wrote in the caption. “To my day 1 fans & those waiting on the album…. I know I’ve been quiet but I’ve been grinding, tightening up the album for a November release. In the process, I started @prolificrecordsla & I will drop my last studio album #Born2Rap on this imprint.

“I’ve created classic merch & here are a few my favorites !!!! Go to theprolificrecords.com & shop NOW !!!! REAL FANS ONLY !!!! Get the merch before the album drop next month CLICK THE LINK IN MY BIO] #Prolific.”

In June, Game explained why Born 2 Rap would be his final album during an interview with Power 106.

“It is the last album,” he said. “You know what man, 10 albums is good. No other rapper outside Drake has more number one albums than me. We tied at nine. But, my album comes out, hopefully, he don’t throw no shit out before me!”

Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill are among the guests expected to make the album.


Quintino presents his debut album ‘Bright Nights’!

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One Holland’s most acclaimed and respected dance artists, Quintino delivers his most anticipated piece work ‘Bright Nights’. This is not only his debut album, but also a representation his creativity, musical evolution and ability to rock dancefloors with a versatile collection sounds. Accompanied by exciting new single ‘Superstars’, the full album is ficially out now on Spinnin’ Records.

As the album title already suggests, ‘Bright Nights’ underlines how DJ’s literally light up the night with their shows, brightening up people’s lives with the music. Performing on a global scale for years now, Quintino aims to do just that; to pull his audience out its everyday life with uplifting dance anthems, positive and energetic, while performing the music with a similar, upbeat show.

Counting 15 tracks, ‘Bright Nights’ can surely be considered an ambitious project. It presents tracks that already turned into hit singles this year, including headstrong festival favorites like ‘Can’t Bring Me Down’, the Alok collab ‘Party Never Ends’, ‘TUTUTU’ and the Hardwell collab ‘Reckless’, along with brand new Quintino gems that have not been ficially released yet. Check out the full album below!