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Memphis producer Mike WiLL Made-It is signing up all the Down South talent. The producer, who already has Rae Sremmurd under his wing, just signed Atlanta crew Two-9 to his Eardruma imprint, which is under the Interscope umbrella. Two-9 is a crew consisting of Curtis Williams and duos Retro Sushi (Jace and Ceej), and FatKidsBrotha (Lightskin Mac 11 and Dav.E). [VIBE]

R.Kelly’s past is always going to be part of his future. Case in point: the singer was supposed to perform at Columbus, Ohio’s Fashion Meets Music Festival on August 29th. However, after taking criticism, including some from band Saintseneca, who dropped out of the festival, Fashion Meets Music dropped the singer. [Spin]

Katy Perry keeps on killing them. The singer’s somewhat controversial “Dark Horse” video has collected close to 500 million views on YouTube, making it the most played music video of 2014. [Billboard]

Who said Wale wasn’t part of MMG anymore? The DC rapper hooks up with MMG reggae artist Magazeen for a new song called “My Town.” [2DopeBoyz]

They’re baack. Killer Mike and El-P, who, when together, make up Run the Jewels, are prepping their new album, titled Run the Jewels 2. To celebrate the occasion, the duo put out a snippet of a new song called “Blockbuster Night Part 1.” Check it out. [Pitchfork]


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