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Hip Hop Weekly Newsletter

Tyler, The Creator is not afraid of artificial intelligence (AI), and confident that it will never catch up to his creativity.

He believes that AI should focus on mundane tasks while humans continue to innovate and move music forward.

Wu-Tang Clan's iconic clothing brand, Wu Wear, is making a comeback with a new collection called Wu Wear Renaissance.

The brand's new creative directors are German designers Donaldson Sackey and Sainey Sidibeh, and the collection will combine the vibes of the 90s with elements of modern style culture.

Celebrate the 52nd birthday of rap legend Sean Price, known as the "Bar-Barian."

From his beginnings in Boot Camp Clik, Price was a heavyweight in the underground hip-hop community.

His legacy lives on.

British rappers Dave and Central Cee have released a new single, "Sprinter," which marks their first solo collaboration.

The track features soft guitar chords and percussion, and the music video was filmed in London and the south of France.

Central Cee and Dave will both be performing at various festivals this year.

Yelawolf has dropped his new single, "Make You Love Me," ahead of his upcoming album "War Story," and fans are ecstatic.

The rapper is returning to his hip-hop roots with this project and hopes to appeal to a new generation of listeners.

Stay tuned for the release of "War Story" in May.

Talib Kweli, Wildchild, and Q-Tip collaborate on the track "One For Biz" as a tribute to Biz Markie.

The song, originally released on Talib Kweli and Madlib's album "Liberation 2," finally gets a mainstream streaming release.

The infectious piano beat by Madlib stands out, and Q-Tip's chorus adds a unique twist.

Fans can now access the track more easily, and the accompanying music video is also available.

Did you know that some of your favourite rappers are actually related?

From stepbrothers Dr. Dre and Warren G to brothers Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd, check out this list of surprising rapper relationships.

Dr. Dre is set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and Xzibit believes he is hip hop's Quincy Jones.

Xzibit praises Dre's influence and contributions to the music landscape, stating that he is essential for West Coast Hip Hop to exist.

Dre has played a pivotal role in the success of artists such as N.W.A, Tupac Shakur, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar.

The ceremony will be live-streamed on March 19th.

The abandoned Oceanwide Plaza skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles has become a work of graffiti art after Chinese backers pulled out of the luxury condo and hotel development.

Street artists have transformed the exterior of the building into a colourful canvas, prompting calls for the building to be given over to those in need of housing.

The tower's takeover by graffiti artists is seen as a symbol of LA's wider failings in terms of high-rise construction and affordable housing.

UK rapper Giggs has announced a one-off headlining gig in Margate as part of the Margate Summer Series. T

he show, which will take place on August 3, will feature special guest Ghetts and will be hosted by DJ Target.

Tickets go on sale March 22.