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K. Michelle pushes back her debut album, Rebellious Soul, but decides to hold fans over with the release of The Hold Over EP. The Hold Over consists of three songs: “Pain Killa,” “Million Harts” and “Wish I Could Be Her.” Rebellious Soul is expected to drop August 13th. [Rap-Up]

Eminem opens up about his battle with drug addiction — particularly the pain reliever Vicodin — in a new documentary called How To Make Money Selling Drugs. The documentary debuted in the US on April 25th. [XXL]

All that glitters is gold when it comes to M.I.A‘s “Bring the Noize!” Earlier this week, M.I.A released the music video for her latest single that displayed some dancers, the singer with hot pink hair and metallic imagery as well. In this version, it’s all-gold-everything for the UK songstress. [SPIN]

Janelle Monae gets creative with the announcement of the release date for her new album. The singer utilized Instagram’s new video feature to reveal that The Electric Lady will drop on September 10th, via Bad Boy/Universal. No official tracklist as of yet. [Pitchfork]

Rapper Sean Price and Pawn Stars have a little fun! While in Las Vegas, Sean Price stopped by the Gold & Silver pawn shop where he pitched his “revolutionary” potato to the show’s star Chumlee. [RapRadar]

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