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Hip Hop Weekly Newsletter

Jay Electronica Drops Cryptic Post, Adds Fuel to the Fire in Rap Beefs

Jay Electronica has entered the ongoing rap beefs with mysterious posts on X (formerly known as Twitter), hinting at some kind of support or well-wishes to the involved parties.

The article suggests that his posts may be in response to Rick Ross's diss track aimed at Drake.

Lauryn Hill surprised fans at her son YG Marley's Coachella set with a mini Fugees reunion.

The iconic singer and rapper performed a medley of her hits, including classics like "Ex-Factor" and "Lost Ones," and also brought out Wyclef Jean and Busta Rhymes.

Rapper Ice Spice will make her acting debut in Spike Lee's upcoming film "High and Low," which also stars Denzel Washington.

The movie is a reinterpretation of a 1963 crime thriller and is being produced by Apple Original Films and A24.

Bugzy Malone has released a new single and official video for "Old Friends," a nostalgic track that reflects on past friendships and the influence of his hometown, Manchester.

The song is part of his upcoming album, "The Great British Dream," set to be released on May 10.

In a recent interview, Schoolboy Q dismissed the idea of a Black Hippy reunion album, stating that all members are on separate paths.

He emphasised his focus on his own projects and the difficulty of starting a new one from scratch.

Rico Wade, a prominent Atlanta hip-hop producer and member of The Dungeon Family, has died at the age of 52.

Wade was a key figure in the evolution of southern hip-hop and contributed to the success of artists such as Outkast, Goodie Mob and TLC.

Warren G has shut down Suge Knight's claim that Dr. Dre used to smack him around.

Warren G stated that there were other people in the room at the time as proof.

Warren G is currently on tour with Snoop Dogg and DJ Quik.

In today's music scene, singles often overshadow rap albums, but that doesn't mean albums don't matter anymore.

They still play a crucial role in an artist's career, establishing their credibility and providing a platform for their artistry.

Mister Cee, the iconic DJ, passes away at 57, leaving behind a legacy that has shaped the DJ culture in NYC.

Tributes pour in from fellow Hip Hop artists and fans, celebrating his influence and impact.

Rest in Paradise, Mister Cee.

Your Old Droog teams up with Method Man and Denzel Curry on their new single, "DBZ". Produced by Madlib.

The track features impressive verses from all three artists over a soul-sampled loop.