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Big K.R.I.T. is blowing up quick, and he’s taking advantage of opportunities to pay homage to some of his biggest influences. While hitting The Tonight Show stage yesterday, the Southern rapper performed his newest single “Soul Food” with Raphael Saadiq, and rocked a shirt that read, “across cultures, darker people suffer most. why? – 3000,” paying tribute to Andre 3000. [All Hip Hop]

Machine Gun Kelly is coming back into the spotlight, and he just dropped the visuals for his track “Till I Die,” which should tide fans over before his next project. Giving us a tour through his hometown of Cleveland, MGK explained that he wants people to know the city is not just about their basketball team. He said of the visuals, “It’s just showing off the city how we want to see it,” MGK told “It’s showing more than what they show of us on ‘SportsCenter.’” [Rap-Up]

It might seem odd, but even Lil’ Durk can get in his feelings when it comes to love. The Chicago rapper released the remix to his track “What You Do To Me,” and he’s landed Dej Loaf for a quick 16 bars. The two dig deep into relationships and their commitment to their lovers. Be sure to give it a listen. [Complex]

If you’ve been waiting to pick up some merchandise from the Odd Future pop-up shop in Los Angeles, your luck has run out for now. The Fairfax Avenue store has closed its doors, but the good news is that they’re looking to relocate. Tyler, the Creator previously tweeted about issues with the landlord, and now fans are going to have to wait and see where they can get some gear in the future. [Complex]

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