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In celebration of the five-year anniversary of his mixtape The Warm-Up, J.Cole sat down with Sway and discussed the behind-the-scenes details of his epic second release. Making sure to give thanks to the fans that supported him since his come-up, the North Carolina rapper dropped the video for his song “Lights Please,” which was made in 2008 but never released. Cole also announced dates for his upcoming “Dollar & A Dream” Tour that’ll be kicking off in London on July 3rd. Watch the interview and video above. [Rap-Up]

Following a heated Twitter rant, Danny Brown cleared the air about his dispute with A$AP Mob. Last week, Brown vented his frustrations about his verse being cut from the New York crew’s single “Hella H*es.” Turns out the decision to cut the verse was the label’s, and all is good between the rappers. Peace prevails in hip-hop this time. [Complex]

107.9 brought out some huge acts at Atlanta’s Phillips Arena for their 19th anniversary Birthday Bash. Among those that graced the stage were Future, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, YG, Ma$e, and many more. [Missinfo]

British songwriter James Blake brought his brooding to Bonnaroo’s stage and shared a recording of his full set online. To those unfamiliar with his music, perhaps the fact that he’ll be collaborating with Kanye West on Yeezus 2 will peak your interest. [Hypetrak]


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