Booger McFarland Talks LSU vs. Alabama, the 2016 College Football Playoff Ranking, Prescott vs. Wentz & More with HHS1987 (Video)

Booger McFarland Talks LSU vs. Alabama, the 2016 College Football Playf Ranking, Prescott vs. Wentz & More with HHS1987 (Video)

On Tuesday evening, ESPN hosted a private 2016 College Football Playf Ranking watch event here in Atlanta and several ESPN’s media personalities and sports tastemakers in the Southern region were in attendance to watch and discuss the committees first college football rankings the year.

During the night, we caught up with ESPN’ analyst/ 2x Super Bowl Booger McFarland to discuss the top 4 teams in the first  College Football Playf Ranking, his potential sleeper teams, his 2016 Heisman watch and more. Booger McFarland who us known now for his commentary on ESPN’s Mike & Mike and during College Football Live, played in the NFL from 1999-2007 so we spoke to him about two the hottest young guns in the league. Booger McFarland discussed the success NFL rookies quarterbacks Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz as well as his 2017 Super Bowl 51 predictions.

Before wrapping up out interview we spoke with Booger McFarland on his alum mater LSU’s big SEC matchup against Alabama this weekend. LSU has been rolling later and with Alabama currently ranked number 1 in the country, a LSU upset would shake up the rankings. Booger McFarland gave us some insight on the matchup and the keys to success for a potential LSU upset.

The interview was conducted by Terrell Thomas (Eldorado). The interview was shot by Danny Digital.

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Pollàri – Anything (Prod. By Sledgren) | Stream [New Song]

Pollari is a particularly exciting presence in the new wave Atlanta. His sound and aesthetic seamlessly travel through the Internet to incorporate an array electronic influences while keeping a flavor that’s unique to ATL hip-hop. This year, he’s teamed up with the Shlohmo-led WeDidIt collective for a joint project as well as an EP his own, July’s ✞ lil llàri world ✞, that featured Lil Yachty and far-out trap production from SenseiATL. Known for his use eclectic beats, Pollari has now teamed up with a guy who’s a known force in the game, Taylor Gang’s Sledgren. Still, their collaboration, entitled “Anything,” is as adventurous as anything either artist has put out. 

Sledgren crafts a glistening synth-layered production that’s driven by a bouncy bassline, and Pollari exercises a flow that’s just as lush as the instrumental. Though his harmonizing sometimes equates to mumbling, his vocals never settle into a drone; instead, there’s always a funky spirit about them. “Anything” is about a woman who is willing to meet Pollari’s every desire, but it still sounds full romance. The song could mark the onset a very exciting rapper-producer partnership. 

Stream Talib Kweli & Friends' New Album "Awful People Are Great At Parties"

For Talib Kweli, beefing with trolls on Twitter is a full-time job. Earlier this year, a Twitter beef with rapper Diabolic that culminated in a diss track. It was one his biggest releases 2016 — until this week, when he released a new album called Awful People Are Great at Parties.

Awful People Are Great at Parties is a 12-song collection songs from Talib Kweli, Problem, Aloe Blacc, Scotty ATL, Mela Machinko, Big Gipp, K’Valentine, Thaddeus Dixon, and a host others. Production comes from J Dilla, Kaytranada, Thanks Joey, Cory Mo, Hi-Tek and more.

Today is actually the one-year anniversary the release Indie 500, Kweli’s joint album with 9th Wonder. Celebrate by streaming Awful People Are Great at Parties below

Charlamagne Tha God Appears In Lena Dunham's Hilarious Pro-Clinton Rap Video

Fresh on the campaign trail for his upcoming memoir “Black Privilege,” radio personality Charlamagne Tha God makes a cameo in Lena Dunham’s “SENSUAL PANTSUIT ANTHEM,” a pro-Clinton campaign video featuring a hilariously bad rap verse from Dunham. Alongside Broadway star Cynthia Erivo ( “The Color Purple” fame), Charlamagne comically disses Dunham for her lack talent, and her penchant for cultural appropriation. It’s all in good fun.

It is no surprise that Charlamagne stands with Hillary Clinton this election, as the presidential candidate has appeared twice on The Breakfast Club this campaign cycle. Also, Charlamagne appeared on MSNBC yesterday to talk in favor Clinton and discuss his views on the election in general.


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#TBT: G-Unit

From roughly 2002-2006, there was no rap crew more respected and more popular than G-Unit. Comprised  50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and eventually Young Buck, G-Unit rose to prominence on the strength their vivid, swaggering, numerous songs about their exploits running the perilous streets Southside Queens.

This article covers the stretch from G-Unit’s debut mixtape 50 Cent Is The Future (released in June 2002) to their debut album Beg For Mercy November 2003). Click through the gallery to listen to 10 defining tracks from that period.

I’m from the streets, man! G-G-G G-G-G G-Unit!!!

Meek Mill & Dreamchasers Takeover In "Blue Notes" Video

Meek Mill rounded up his Dreamchasers gang and take to the streets in the new video “Blue Notes” a cut f his new album DC4.

The clip was shot back in June 2016 and features the Philly emcee counting stacks cash while gambling in front his expensive whips. Meek Mill has been busy since dropping the album last week, but now things seems to be overshadowing by a feud with Nicki Minaj on Instagram.

Aside from those bad press, Meek has been getting a lot attention on social media for going hardcore on DC4. Some folks are even saying that the raw Meek Mill is back. But after spending months working on the album, perhaps is now time for him and his crew to sit back and enjoy the fruits his labor. After all, he did spent three months on house arrest so am sure that also gave him some time to write new music.

See what Meek Mill and his Dreamchasers have been doing over the summer in his new music video “Blue Notes” below.

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Usain Bolt – "Gifted" | Music Video

Usain Bolt is testing the waters in music with a new single and music video “Gifted.”

After announcing his retirement following the conclusion the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Usain Bolt is already looking for a new pression. Being from a country made athletes and reggae music, it’s only natural that the sprint legend turn to music.

See Also: Usain Bolt Parties With Drake At Summer Sixteen Tour Stop In L.A.

So the big question is should Bolt quit his day job, I doubt he should. While his popularity will give him a boast, auto-tunes didn’t play too well with his monotone voice. Nevertheless, the video is fun and serves well as a appetizer for his upcoming movie “I Am Bolt” set to premiere in theaters worldwide on November 28.

Will we see a Alkaline diss track?

Watch Usain Bolt music video “Gifted” below.

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Q-Tip Says It Was "Tough" to Complete Final Tribe Called Quest Album Following Phife Dawg’s Death

Q-Tip Says It Was "Tough" to Complete Final Tribe Called Quest Album Following Phife Dawg's DeathDave Kotinsky/Getty sQ-Tip says that it was “tough” finishing the last A Tribe Called Quest album — because the presence late member Phife Dawg‘s voice. 

“It’s so hard for me to sit in there and hear his voice. Sometimes I just have to like take a break and walk away. It gets heavy. It doesn’t necessarily get sad, it just gets heavy. I literally feel the energy from him when I hear his voice,” Q-Tip tells The New York Times in a recent interview.   

Fellow Tribe member Jarobi White believes that constant traveling and working to complete the hip-hop trio’s final album, We Got It from Here, Thank You for Your Service, was the primary cause Phife’s death in March. 

“Doing this album killed him. And he was very happy to go out like that,” adds White.  

Still, Phife’s memory will continue to live on in the group’s music, especially on the forthcoming album, whose title is the one that Phife liked most among titles the group considered. 

“Its title is the one Phife wanted. What does it mean? I don’t know. We’re just going with it because he liked it,” Q-Tip declares. 

We Got It from Here, Thank You for Your Service arrives in stores and digital platforms on November 11. 

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