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Nov 5

Five events everyone will be talking about tonight.
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#TBT: Tim Westwood Shares A Never Before Released Jay Z Freestyle

via Soundcloud

The question of the day is: CAN TIM WESTWOOD CELEBRATE #TBT MORE OFTEN? Today, the DJ unearthed a never-before-heard audio of Jay Z freestyling which dates back to 1999. Before "Big Pimpin", Queen Blue, and Beyoncé. Listen below:

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Speaking Of 1999, Napster Is Back

via Mashable


Will nostalgia bring you back to Napster? After failing to conquer the streaming game in 2011, the Rhapsody-owned service has returned, this time to the Canadian market. Napster's streaming service (because, sure we need more those) will offer the standard catalog of millions of tracks, personalization options and specialized playlists from artists. Subscriptions start at $9.99 CAD per month, and $1 CAD for a three month trial. It's unclear whether Napster's streaming service will open up in the US. (via: Hollywood Reporter)

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WANGXO IS HAPPENING

via: Instagram

Now that Alexander Wang is out of Balenciaga, he's got more time on his hands to focus on slaying his own brand, which apparently involves The Weeknd. The unlikely tag team - I'm assuming Bella Hadid brought 'em together - will collaborate on a menswear capsule collection called WangXO. The collaboration was announced on Wang's Instagram last night accompanied by a photo of The Weeknd wearing pieces from the line. Expect the threads to drop later this month in time for the singer's "Beauty Behind The Madness" tour. (via: Instagram)

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Black Atlass aka Alex Fleming's Falsetto Soars On "Tonight"

via: Fools Gold Records

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Irony Is Real And Wonderful: Someone Stole The Fat Jew's Book And Posted It To Twitter

photo via Guerin Blask


Twitter user @updog7 is behind the Money Pizza Respect leak, and according to its bio, they also claim to have written the book. So? Is this actually Fat Jew himself playing some big internet joke on us that he'll later turn into his own meme? Better question: can we return this Twitter book for another Zola novel?

You can read the entire Fat Jew novel here.

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Nov 5, 2015

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Cassandra Alcide

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