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A Bit About Me: I'm a 13-year radio vet currently heard throughout the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex. Past markets include Tampa, Phoenix, Houston, Austin and more. What This Site Is About: BoyLoco.com is a collection of celebrity and hip-hop news and gossip stories from various outlets that I use for daily show content. Each RSS feed links back to the author's original content and all rights belong to that author/website. This is simply my way of organizing the sites I feel cater to my audience, putting them all into one nice little box with a tiny bow to wrap it up and deliver to my readers. This site also includes personal photo galleries such as celebrity encounters, a page to preview new music and a discussion board for us to talk about whatever our little hearts desire. Be sure and connect with me on social media and thanks for visiting the site!

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By Rap-Up

Rae Sremmurd burned up the airwaves with their hits “No Flex Zone” and “No Type,” and they have no plans of stopping.

The Tupelo duo, consisting of Slim Jimmy and Swae Lee, have enlisted Nicki Minaj and Young Thug for their new single “Throw Sum Mo.”

The Mike WiLL Made-It-produced song is scheduled to hit iTunes on December 9, and will appear on their upcoming debut SremmLife, due January 6, 2015 via Eardruma/Interscope Records.

They previously collaborated with Nicki on the remix to “No Flex Zone,” which also features Pusha T.

“I’m one of their biggest fans. They put Tupelo on the map, since the great Elvis has died,” Mike WiLL told Rap-Up TV. “They got a long career ahead of them. Real talented kids. I don’t really vouch for too many people, but these guys right here are superstars.”

Additionally, they can be heard on Mike WiLL’s mixtape Ransom, which drops December 15, and Fergie’s upcoming album.

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Source: Rap-Up

    

 November 26, 2014
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By Tanay Hudson (@NYStateofMind2)

AllHipHop caught up with Philly-bred singer/songwriter Patty Crash to talk about her upcoming album, Born to Fall.

While she was crafting her LP, her mentor and manager Richard Nichols was battling Leukemia, which was a crushing time for the 28-year-old. Watching Nichols struggle with the illness influenced the tone of her project, describing it as dark.

“The whole project is just this dark period and me kind of just exploring and getting back to what’s important,” she said as she wiped away tears.

Watch her talk about working with The Roots, not wanting to do music anymore at one point and more.


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Source: All Hip Hop

    

 November 26, 2014
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By Emazing Smith

As time goes on, its gotten easier to weed out the random’s from the real. The ones who were only in it for the money and the guys who were always in it for the love. The phony ones tend to fade out first chance they get.

The authentic ones however, like Mobb Deep’s own Prodigy, tend to keep adding to already classic catalogs with new albums, new plans and the energy of a new artists every time they come around. With his homies Boogz Boogetz and Sam Scarfo in tow, the HNIC sits with AHH’s MrMecc to discuss what he’s up to, what he likes and after a 20 year run, what the hell keeps him going.

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Source: All Hip Hop

    

 November 26, 2014