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The #GOAT has died in helicopter crash. #KobeBryant BREAKING: Kobe Bryant Has Died In A Helicopter Crash at the age of 41 The LA County Sheriffs department reported that five people on-board a private helicopter, died in a crash.

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@tmz_tv reported that Kobe Bryant was among the five that was killed in Calabasas with four other people. .

It also has been reported that his daughters may have been on the helicopter  along with Rick Fox.

#kobebryant #kobe #lakers 

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Chicago-born rapper Juice WRLD died Sunday after suffering a medical emergency at Midway Airport, according to media reports. 

The 21-year-old rapper, whose birth name is Jarad Anthony Higgins, died after suffering a seizure, according to TMZ.

Chicago police confirmed that a 21-year-old man suffered a medical emergency at the airport about 2 a.m. after getting off a private jet. He was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead.

The cause of death was not immediately known, police said.

Juice WRLD rose to fame off the back of his 2018 album “Goodbye and Good Riddance,” which peaked at number 6 on the Billboard 200. The lead single “Lucid Dreams” peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

 

Area Central detectives are conducting a death investigation.

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Curious minds will be excited to peep the recently leaked booking prices for hundreds of artists, including Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Soulja Boy, 21 Savage, and Iggy Azalea. 

Rising rapper DaBaby was also included in the list, and he allegedly gets a range of $100,000-$150,000. Lil Wayne charged a similar price of $150,000 but only for college shows. Gucci Mane also gets around $100,000 a show, and you can check out the other names above. 3721290794?profile=RESIZE_710x

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LA Made Me is the new wave for L.A. to celebrate unity and making good money in your community and ownership and to be a leader for the children, which is our future. This is most definitely a worldwide sound a club banger for the WorldWide all over to hear. Let's come together and bring peace in all community. https://open.spotify.com/album/5WYGH1...

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LA Made Me is the new wave for L.A. to celebrate unity and making good money in your community and ownership and to be a leader for the children, which is our future. This is most definitely a worldwide sound a club banger for the WorldWide all over to hear. Let's come together and bring peace in all community.
A hot new track for the summer be sure and grab this new track coming out May 10th.
 
 
 

 

 

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Rapper Nipsey Hussle was killed Sunday afternoon, shot in broad daylight outside of his store in South Los Angeles, leaving two other people wounded, police said.
Hussle, known as much for his music as for his civic efforts in South L.A., was shot in multiple times about 3:20 p.m. and rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. He was 33.
Los Angeles police closed off the area at West Slauson Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard. Shortly before 7 p.m., officers were canvassing the area near The Marathon Store at 3420 W. Slauson Ave., searching for a suspect who police said had fled either on foot or in a vehicle.
A crowd of hundreds of mourners also gathered outside the store on Sunday evening, playing Hussle’s music as the sun set. Elsewhere, several of Hussle’s fellow rappers and other celebrities took to social media to share their shock and condolences.

 

Hussle, born Ermias Asghedom, was an up-and-coming hip-hop artist, who after releasing his highly anticipated debut album “Victory Lap” in 2018, was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Album.
Hussle grew up in South L.A. in the 1990s. He made no secret of his early life in a street gang, saying in a 2014 interview with YouTube channel Vlad TV, that he had joined the Rollin’ 60s, a notorious Crips gang clique, as a teenager.
“We dealt with death, with murder,” he told The Times in 2018. “It was like living in a war zone, where people die on these blocks and everybody is a little bit immune to it. I guess they call it post-traumatic stress, when you have people that have been at war for such a long time. I think L.A. suffers from that because it’s not normal yet we embrace it like it is after a while.”
Hussle was equally well-known in South L.A. for his work as a community organizer.
He was involved in the new Destination Crenshaw arts project. And he opened a co-working space named Vector 90 in the Crenshaw district, designed to call attention to the lack of diversity in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The goal of the co-working space, Hussle told The Times in 2018, was to serve as a conduit between underrepresented groups and corporate partners in Silicon Valley and beyond.
Hussle developed a deep love of both music and technology while growing up.
"In our culture, there's a narrative that says, 'Follow the athletes, follow the entertainers,'" he told The Times in 2018. "And that's cool but there should be something that says, 'Follow Elon Musk, follow [Mark] Zuckerberg.’ I think that with me being influential as an artist and young and coming from the inner city, it makes sense for me to be one of the people that's waving that flag."
Hussle combined his interests in several entrepreneurial pursuits, including the store outside of which he was shot. He called it a “smart store” because visitors could use an app to enhance their experience while shopping for his fashion brand, the Marathon Clothing.
Times staff writer Sonaiya Kelley contributed to this story.

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Papoosepapoose Use Logos In His Freestyle

@papoosepapoose is probably 

one of the best true hip hop artist alive. He bodied these logos. 

 
 
 
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@papoosepapoose is probably one of the best true hip hop artist alive. He bodied these logos. full video in bio. Thanks for sending us the video @bgenyus2526 __ #follow4follow ONLY if you are a music or entertainment lover. __ ・・・ @brainwavefusion @brainwavefusion @brainwavefusion @brainwavefusion #KOUNTRYWAYNE #HIPHOP #RAP #MUSIC #YOUTUBE #TIDAL #SPOTIFY #APPLE #APPLEMUSIC #JAYZ #KANYEWEST #BEYONCÉ #KIMkardashian #SOUNDCLOUD #WILLSMITH #JCOLE #KENDRICKLAMAR #TRAVISSCOTT #DCYOUNGFLY #LILWAYNE #CHANCETHERAPPER #DRAKE #COMPLEX #VLADTV #VIBE #pressplay #brainwavefusion

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“MAKIN PLAYZ” Drops Feb 1

PH3LPZ aka Noah Phelps is an upcoming HipHop artist from Tuscaloosa, AL.

When Ph3lpz began writing music in the summer of 2017, it changed his life. He stated “When you start making music you see it as more than just a jam you turn on in the car .. you gotta see the meaning behind the songs you write”
His influences are XXXextacion Travis Scott 21 Savage.

Ph3lpz released his anticipated album “Reincarnated” December 2018 and is releasing an energetic single titled “Makin Playz” with beats orchestrated by Fort Lauderdale’s producer and hyped lyrics from New Orleans rapper DeeDay504) February 1, 2019.

Ph3lpz is on a mission to put his home city on his back and I have a feeling he will do just that.

He concluded, “I’m not into the flashy things. You can feel my pain, my growth and my power in my music”.

We are looking forward to hearing more from this powerful lyrical beast in the future. Stay tuned. xxx
K.M.L.

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