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Anderson .Paak is ready to hit the road in support of his latest project Malibu. The 13-day tour will begin on June 11th in Louisville, KY and make stops in D.C., Baltimore, Maryland, Dallas, Texas, and others before ending at San Diego, California’s House of Blues. He’ll be accompanying The Free Nationals on this tour and there’s a chance more dates will be added to the schedule.

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Makonnen is back with Lil’ Yachty and Skippa Da Flippa to tell everyone they’re “Loaded Up.” Danny Wolf is on production duties on this trap-anthem banger that is sure to please the ears of fans who check for their music. “Loaded Up” is in support of Makonnen and Yachty’s joint mixtape that was announced last month.

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Maxo Kream taps Joey Bada$$ for the dark but enjoyable “1998.” The sample at the beginning of the song is the same one used on Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Board,” but the content isn’t quite the same. Maxo drops some rugged street tales about being in second grade while telling teachers to “suck it” and Joey comes through with top notch lyricism that he’s known and respected for.

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A couple of weeks ago, Birdman made himself famous on Black Twitter by demanding The Breakfast Club put some “Respek” on his name. After the scene went viral, Birdman sought to capitalize on all the hoopla and hit the studio with Funk Flex to make sure we didn’t forget his message. To be fair, the beat on the track is fire. Birdman hasn’t ever been known for his rapping ability, but he “borrows” Young Thug’s flow on this song and it honestly isn’t the worst thing a listener might hear this week. Turn this one up and let the sub-woofers take care of the rest.

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