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Jan
19
New Music: Maino f/ T.I. & French Montana – ‘Watch Me Do It’

Watch Me Do It

Maino says hi to his haters once again on “Watch Me Do It,” the first single off his upcoming EP King of Brooklyn, available February 4 on iTunes and Dat Piff. Accompanied by T.I. and French Montana, the Brooklyn MC issues some taunting rhymes on the booming street anthem.

“You can love or hate me, but you watchin’ ni**a,” raps French on the hook.

Haters, take notes.

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Jan
14
New Music: Doe B f/ T.I. – ‘Why’

Why

Last month, Alabama rapper Doe B was killed during a club shooting in his hometown of Montgomery. In the wake of his tragic death, CBM and Hustle Gang have debuted a previously unreleased song from the 22-year-old called “Why,” produced by Soopa L and co-produced by Bao Pham aka CLASSIC.

On the chilling piano-driven track, Doe raises some questions about life, while his Grand Hustle boss T.I. salutes his protégé.

“It ain’t over though, Doe. I got you partner. You worked too motherfuckin’ hard. We ain’t gon’ let that shit go to waste,” says Tip.

R.I.P. Doe B.

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Jan
9
T.I. Teases Doe B Collaboration ‘Why’

Doe B

T.I. is making sure that Doe B’s music lives on. In the wake of the Alabama rapper’s death, Tip has teased a collaboration with his protégé called “Why,” which is set to appear on Doe B’s upcoming album.

“Coming Soon…. It ain’t over…. We Got U lil Bruh!!!! #RIPDoeB #CBM #hustlegangovererrrrthang,” tweeted Tip, who signed Doe B to Grand Hustle Records.

During his funeral, T.I. vowed to carry on his legacy. “One thing that I will never do, I’ll never let this young man’s hard work go to waste,” he said. “I’ll never let his life be lived in vain. All of my resources, relationships, all of my efforts, all of my energy will be put forth to make sure that his dream lives on.”

The 22-year-old rapper, born Glenn Lamar Thomas, was killed during a shooting at a Montgomery nightclub last month. Two others also lost their lives.

Listen to a 15-second snippet of “Why” below.

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Jan
5
T.I. Remembers Doe B at Funeral Service

T.I.

Hundreds turned out to pay their respects to Doe B during a funeral service in Montgomery, Ala. on Saturday.

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Dec
19
New Music: Future f/ Pastor Troy, Jeezy, & T.I. – ‘SH!T (ATL Remix)’

#MikeWiLLBeenTrill

After wrapping his tour with Drake in Philly last night, Future unleashes a second remix to his Mike WiLL Made-It-produced single “SH!T.” The “Honest” rapper gets crunk on the rousing street anthem featuring fellow ATLiens Pastor Troy, Jeezy, and T.I.

The remix will appear on Mike WiLL’s upcoming mixtape #MikeWiLLBeenTrill, which drops December 23.

Earlier this week, Future released another remix with Juicy J and Drake, who had everyone talking about his subliminal verse, possibly aimed at Kendrick Lamar.

Hear the ATL all-stars turn up for their city.

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Dec
17
T.I. and Tiny Save Christmas in Animated ‘Holiday Hustle Special’

T.I. and Tiny

T.I. and Tiny are going down in history. The hip-hop couple and their six kids joined the likes of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas” in their own animated adventure “T.I. and Tiny: Holiday Hustle Special,” which aired last night on VH1.

When Santa goes missing, the family travels from Atlanta to the North Pole in hopes of saving Christmas. They encounter familiar faces like Jack Frost and Mrs. Claus on their journey, all while trying to keep the Christmas spirit alive.

Will they find Santa before it’s too late? Gather the family and watch the hour-long special below.

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Dec
7
Miley Cyrus Twerks on Santa, Ariana Grande Spreads Cheer at Jingle Ball

Miley Cyrus

From Miley to Macklemore, pop’s biggest stars rung in the holidays at 102.7 KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball in Los Angeles on Friday.

Following their seven Grammy nominations, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis rocked the Staples Center and brought out Schoolboy Q to perform “White Walls.”

Despite feeling under the weather, pint-sized diva Ariana Grande was cute as can be in a wintery white dress while singing an acoustic version of “Honeymoon Avenue” and her holiday single “Last Christmas.” She had technical difficulties during her set, but that didn’t stop her.

“I’m sorry if my mic was off the whole entire time. At least you know I’m not a track, right?” she told the crowd.

Some interpreted the comment as shade, but she took to Twitter to clear the air. “Ohhh jesus. I wasn’t throwing shade AT ALL I didn’t even see anyone else’s set. I was sick backstage that’s why I didn’t even do the carpet,” said Ariana.

Miley Cyrus was more naughty than nice during her provocative performance. The pop singer remixed her set for the holidays, twerking on St. Nick and dancing with sexy reindeer and a Christmas tree while performing “We Can’t Stop” and “#GETITRIGHT.”

“You are a VERY BAD Santa @CheyneThomas,” Miley told her friend.

Robin Thicke performed “Blurred Lines” with T.I. and caught up with his VMA partner-in-crime Miley backstage. His wife Paula Patton also stopped by to support her man, who was nominated for three Grammys earlier in the evening.

Jordin Sparks helped her boyfriend Jason Derulo cool off following his sweaty set, while other performers included Travie McCoy, Austin Mahone, Selena Gomez, and Enrique Iglesias.

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