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chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown has made a special guest appearance in Future's video for the track "Pie." On the track, the pair trade boasts about their bank accounts and how they don't hold back when it comes to a birthday celebration. "She don't wanna go," sings Future. "I roll 100 deep, we like sharing hoes." Breezy adds: "It's your birthday, go ahead and put that cake on me . . ."

Beyonce-061917.jpg Beyoncé offered her acceptance speech for awards won during the recent BET Awards, but was not on hand to attend the event over the weekend. They're the first public comments from Lady Bey since giving birth to her twins earlier this month and they were delivered by Bey's protégés Chloe x Halle. "Thank you BET for this award and your tremendous support of Lemonade."

Drake-061917.jpg Drake has released a new remix of PartyNextDoor's "Freak in You" from his new EP, Colours 2. "We can get wild like Olivia, we can get stoned like Sharon/Wrote Take Care, but they push me to the point where I'm just not caring/I'm just more ready than petty nowadays/Young and in control, even when they stoop low/I see anything is anything and everything's a go . . ."

the-dream-120116.jpg Meek Mill has released a new visual for "Young Black America," which features The-Dream. The new clip, which was directed by Spike Jordan, depicts Mill's conversation with a young dealer, along with vignettes about another young man's death. It also features clips from a speech from President Donald Trump.

tlc-90s-062316.jpg TLC has dropped a new song, "American Gold," which was co-written by Keon Brihm, Candace Wakefield and Elvis Brown. The song appears on the group's upcoming new album TLC. "I think none of us are safe," sings T-Boz. "We've been in and out the race / Cries, they echo into space / Tragedies we have to face," they sing on "American Gold."

EricB-Rakim-062317.jpg Eric B. and Rakim are reuniting for a special 'one night only' 30th anniversary performance of their 1987 album Paid In Full at the Apollo Theatre. "To the hip hop websites who doubted the return of #EricBandRakim and wrote those BS articles that it was a hoax, see you at the Apollo," Eric B. tweeted on the reunion gig.

MaryJBlige-062416.jpg Mary J. Blige is set to take her place in history as she will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year as part of the Hollywood Walk of Fame's Class of 2018. Fellow musicians Carrie Underwood, Petula Clark, Harry Connick Jr., Ice T, Snoop Dogg and "Weird Al" Yankovich will also receive a star.

Stevie-071216.jpg Speaking at the North Minneapolis Conference on Peace, Stevie Wonder shared his thoughts on gun violence and the Black Lives Matter movement. "It is in your hands to stop all of the killing and the shooting wherever it might be," he said. "You cannot say, 'Black lives matter,' and then kill yourselves."

2Chainz-061617.jpg 2 Chainz has dropped a new visual for "Trap Check," the latest release off of his album Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. The new video follows other recently released videos for "Blue Cheese," featuring Migos and "Sleep When U Die."

MariahCarey-041117.jpg Mariah Carey has been called out by one of her co-stars from The House due to her diva tendencies and demands. Cedric Yarbrough, who has a small role in the Will Ferrell flick, took to Facebook to slam Carey's bad attitude when she was hired to do a cameo in the movie about a suburban couple that opens an illegal casino in their basement.

ti-black-and-white-061416.jpg T.I. is set to star in Fox's new police procedural Atlanta's Most Wanted, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jerry Bruckheimer will produce, while T.I. will serve as an executive producer.

the-dream-120116.jpg The-Dream has teamed up with Fabolous on the new single "Summer Body." "She put in work for it, she get to twerk for it," Fabolous raps on the new track. "She had to grind for it, she get to wine for it / She accomplish anything she put her mind toward / She a dime that ain't have to pay a dime for it."

chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown makes a guest appearance in the new video for Kap G's "I See You." The new clip, directed by Assad, sees Kap G and Brown hit Last Vegas, clearly enjoying all of the spoils Sin City has to offer, including riding ATV's in the desert, hanging out with a gaggle of women, hitting the streets in expensive cars and even rapping while on top of twin tour buses.

Jojo-061016.jpg Jojo has released a new single entitled "Wonder Woman." "You used to call me Wonder Woman when I gave you good love, I guess that's still true," she sings on the new track, her first since last year's Mad Love album. "Because I wonder, I do / I catch myself thinking about you / And I wonder if you think about me too."

WyclefJean-032117.jpg Wyclef Jean has released his new single "Fela Kuti," the first release off of his forthcoming new album Carnival III. Supah Mario produced the new track.

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