Beanie Sigel On The Breakfast Club

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In the midst of the ongoing beef between Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel, Beans cleared the air on The Breakfast Club. Through out the conversation, things get intense between Charlamagne and Beans regarding honorability in the streets and industry.

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Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton Face Off

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in a heated debate last night, just days after a tape surfaced of Donald Trump using demeaning language towards women.

Plus, Mary J. Blige released a new single that is reportedly about her relationship with her soon-to-be ex-husband, Kendu.

Then, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are reuniting – in the studio – and Sean Penn is dating a 24-year-old actress.

Find out Wendy’s take in Hot Topics.

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New Music: Robin Thicke feat. Nas – ‘Deep’

Robin Thicke goes “Deep.”

The R&B crooner teams with Nas on his brand new single. God’s Son goes acapella on his powerful intro verse, rapping about police brutality and racial injustice before returning with some scathing words for Donald Trump: “And you don’t think it’s an emergency / A toupée-wearing liar is tryna run the USA.”

For his part, Thicke delivers his silky smooth vocals while singing about relationship issues that just aren’t worth losing sleep over. “It ain’t that deep, we ain’t gotta lose sleep,” he sings over the sound of whistles.

Thicke is in the studio working on a new album, the follow-up to 2014’s Paula. On Oct. 15, he will hit the stage for TIDAL X: 1015 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

Hear his “Deep” duet with Nas below.


Drake Doesn't Give a F**k About Other Rappers and Singers

Drake doesn’t give a f**k about other rappers and singers, and he made sure to let his fans know that during his Summer Sixteen Tour in Toronto, Canada over the weekend.

Clips of him ranting made it to Instagram. “Other rappers, I don’t give a f**k about none of these other singers, nobody can talk to me ‘cause I’m from the 6ix. I go over there by myself, and I do it every single muthaf**kin’ time, boy. Let’s go!” Drake has been the target of various rappers and singers in 2016 including Meek Mill, Joe Budden, and Tory Lanez.

Fellow Toronto native, Tory Lanez, puts himself in direct competition with Drake anytime he gets the chance. Joe Budden released a barrage of disses aimed at Drake back in the summer. Drake never bothered to respond and instead reached out to the “Pump It Up” rapper personally. The beef still doesn’t seem like it’s entirely squashed. Meek Mill has been going at Drake since last summer. Drake appears to have won their battle, but that hasn’t stopped the Philly rapper from releasing more tracks.



Fall Shoe Trends

Fall in love with Fall with these hot shoe trends!

Trend #1: Flats
Flats are a girl’s best friend and proof that comfortable can be chic. Metallics and florals are all the rage this season and pair well with skinny jeans or a skirt.

Trend #2: Pumps
Pumps aren’t going away any time soon – always classic, sleek and sophisticated. They’re also versatile and can transition from work to your evening look seamlessly without ever missing a beat.

Trend #3: Mary Janes
Mary Janes are having a comeback. Unlike a regular pair of heels, this style offers more stability and comfort throughout the day. Plus, they’re perfect for fall.

Trend #4: Boots
Tall boots are so hot right now. We saw them all over the fall runways and they’re going to continue to go strong – every celeb from Gigi Hadid to Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian have been seen rocking these on the street.

Trend #5: Ankle Boot
Ankle boots or “booties” are the cool-girl shoe we’re seeing all over the place in New York, and they were everywhere during NYFW as well. So many are available in black, but why not play with colors a bit? Rich jewel tones like these are perfect for the fall.

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Dr. Umar Johnson: Jay Z Could Enact Change Today Easier than MLK

Dr. Umar Johnson shared his thoughts on a variety of topics during a recent sit-down with VladTV, including how prisons are continuing slavery today, Colin Kaepernick’s protest, and Jay Z’s ability to start change today.

Dr. Johnson started by sharing his thoughts on the prison system and how chain gangs still exist in certain southern states. He added that the prisoners pick cotton in the fields while someone guards them with a gun, just like when slavery was legal.

Moving along, Dr. Umar Johnson shared that he loves Colin Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem, as he said that the anthem to black people is like asking Jewish people to stand for the Nazi anthem. Dr. Johnson added that we couldn’t expect all athletes to follow Kaepernick’s protest, as he points out they’re not all superstars like the 49ers star, but he added that it would take “mass direct action” for it to start enacting change.

To hear more of what Dr. Johnson had to say, including why he thinks Jay Z could spark change easier than Dr. King or Malcolm X, hit the above clip.