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Own It Remix Feat. Ludacris

Actor turned singer Mack Wilds drops the official remix to his banger “Own It” this week. The single, which appears on his debut New York: A … Continue reading »

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[Hip-Hop] Big Boi – In The A (feat. Ludcaris & T.I.)

Judging by the releases thus far, Big Boi‘s upcoming album will be one of the strongest hip-hop projects of the year. Today, he provides yet another confirmation teaming up with fellow Atlanta veterans, Ludacris and T.I., for a southern banger with production that sounds like a marching band on steroids. All three emcees go all the way in putting their respective boastful, ATL-branded raps on prime display. Stream “In The A” below and look out for Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, due out on December 11th.

’Big Boi – In The A  (feat. Ludacris & T.I.)’
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Martin Solveig – The Night Out (A-Trak & Clinton Sparks Remix) Feat. Ludacris

As one of the hottest tracks of 2011, Martin Solveig‘s “The Night Out” became the anthem to many nights out on the town last year.  Now, Clinton Sparks is trying his hand at a revival of the track with his lastest remix featuring some help from A-Trak on the production and Ludacris himself on the vocals.  Adding a slightly heavier twist to the track, Clinton Sparks & A-Trak manage to breathe new life into the club banger, making certain this track will live on well through 2012.  If you happened to miss out on Clinton Sparks’ My Awesome Mixtape 3, make up for your mistake by checking it out here.

’The Night Out (A
Trak & Clinton Sparks Remix)’
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[LIST] Hip-Hop Cash Kings: The Richest Rappers

Forbes recently released a list of 2012’s hip-hop “Cash Kings,” ranking the rap world’s top earners. Snagging the #1 spot was Dr. Dre, who wrangled up a whopping $110 million — half of which can be attributed to his Beats by Dre headphone brand. The West Coast producer and emcee was joined by #2 Diddy (buoyed by his Ciroc vodka), #3 Jay-Z (his money raked in from number of places, like the Brooklyn Nets) and #4 Kanye (reaping much of the benefits from Watch The Throne). Eminem, who hasn’t exactly been a popular face for corporate endorsements and sponsorships, still placed at #9, bolstered by his music, selling more albums in the last 10 years than any artist. What are your thoughts, ninjas?

1. Dr. Dre – $110 million
2. Diddy – $45 million
3. Jay-Z – $38 million
4. Kanye West – $35 million
5. Lil Wayne – $27 million
6. Drake – $20.5 million
7. Birdman – $20 million
8. Nicki Minaj – $15.5 million
9. Eminem – $15 million
10. Ludacris – $12 million

Check out the full list after the jump.
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