Audio: Troy Ave – Birthday 

Audio: Troy Ave - Birthday 
(NewsnMusic) It’s a great week for Troy Ave. The Brooklyn, New York rapper gets to celebrate his “Birthday” and Thanksgiving on back-to-back days.

 

“2Day is My Actual Birthday! But im Droppin This Gift off to Ya’ll Since Everyday is a Celebration of Life ….. i call this Track – BIRTHDAY & its produced by @YankeeCrownKing & @TrilogyMuzik,” he writes.

Snoop Dogg's GGN News Thanksgiving Special 2016 (Video)

Snoop Dogg's GGN News Thanksgiving Special 2016 (Video)
(NewsnMusic) It’s Thanksgiving time, and you know what that means. Yes, obviously your drunk uncle and the button on your pants are about to make things super uncomfortable, but that’s not what we’re talking about right now. Keeping his annual tradition alive, Snoop Dogg hosted an intimate dinner for several of his rowdiest, raunchiest entertainer friends just to give thanks and have a good time.
On this special Thanksgiving edition of GGN, Snoop is joined by Daz Dillinger, Christina Milian, Ricky Harris, Slink Johnson, Alex Thomas, Too $hort, Red Grant, Luenell, Bishop Don Magic Juan, and the Mariachi Lindas Mexicanas. As you might imagine with such a cast of characters, Trap Kitchen’s delicious bird wasn’t the only thing getting carved up. Watch the video to see them skewer each other, dudes who have money, cocaine, Melania Trump, and more. It’s the perfect escape for when your own family becomes too much to bear—and that’s truly something to be thankful for.

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Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” Breaks Through To No. 1

Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” Breaks Through To No. 1
(NewsnMusic) It was destined to happen and Rae Sremmurd did as predicted. The duo’s “Black Beatles” rocketed from No. 9 to No. 1, assuredly thanks to their viral Mannequin Challenge videos.
“Black Beatles” is the top-selling and also the most-streamed song of the week.

Many on social media rejoiced as the song also features Gucci Mane, a beloved son of Hip-Hop.
The song presently has over 80 million views on YouTube.

Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” Breaks Through To No. 1

Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” Breaks Through To No. 1
(NewsnMusic) It was destined to happen and Rae Sremmurd did as predicted. The duo’s “Black Beatles” rocketed from No. 9 to No. 1, assuredly thanks to their viral Mannequin Challenge videos.
“Black Beatles” is the top-selling and also the most-streamed song of the week.

Many on social media rejoiced as the song also features Gucci Mane, a beloved son of Hip-Hop.
The song presently has over 80 million views on YouTube.

Cam’Ron Is Planning Legal Action Against The UFC And Mona Scott’s Love & Hip-Hop

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(NewsnMusic) Cam’Ron is about to sic his lawyers on Dana White and The UFC over a YouTube promo that uses his song “Welcome To New York City” as well Mona Scott-Young’s“Love & Hip-Hop,” which features the rapper in a commercial.
Cam explained his grievance on social media.

“I am not a cast member on ‘Love & Hip-Hop.’ I did a scene for Juelz, because he’s on the show. I did a scene for (girlfriend) JuJu, because she’s on the show. I should not be in anybody’s commercials, especially when the paperwork’s not done,” he said with a smile. “Obviously, these people have not done business with me so they don’t know how I get down.”

He also too his kind, but barbed words to the UFC, the premier combat sports league.

“Second order of business is Dana White from the UFC. Who been using my song all week to promote the Colin McGregor fight at Madison Square Garden,” he said. “Once, again nobody reached out to me. We’ll be reaching out tomorrow, me and my lawyer.”

The legal merits of Cam’s claims were not legally known, but check out his comments below.

Riots In Portland As Protests Against Donald Trump's Presidency Continue Across America (Video/Pics)

(NewsnMusic) PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — From New York to Illinois to California, in red states as well as blue, protesters decrying Donald Trump’s election spent another night overtaking highways, smashing store windows, igniting fires and in at least one city, facing pepper spray and rubber projectiles from police trying to clear the streets.

The demonstrations stretched into a third straight night Thursday and came to a head in Portland, Oregon, where thousands marched and chanted, “We reject the president-elect!” while some lit firecrackers and sparked a dumpster blaze.

Officers began physically pushing back against the crowd that at times threw objects at them, making 26 arrests and using flash-bang devices and types of smoke or tear gas to force people to disperse.

Trump himself fired back, tweeting: “Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!”

Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!

In Portland, police termed the protest a riot after some 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area. After giving several orders to leave, officers fired what appeared to be rubber projectiles. It was not immediately clear if anyone was hit.

The number of protesters dwindled by early Friday, and police ordered those still in the streets to disperse immediately or be “subject to arrest and the use of riot-control agents.”

In Denver, protesters briefly shut down a freeway near downtown. Police said demonstrators made their way onto Interstate 25, stopping traffic for about a half-hour.

Protesters also briefly shut down highways in Minneapolis and Los Angeles.

In downtown San Francisco, high school students called out “not my president” as they marched, holding signs urging a Trump eviction. They waved rainbow banners and Mexican flags, as bystanders in the heavily Democratic city gave them high-fives from the sidelines.

 

“As a white, q**** person, we need unity with people of color, we need to stand up,” said Claire Bye, a 15-year-old sophomore at Academy High School. “I’m fighting for my rights as an LGBTQ person. I’m fighting for the rights of brown people, black people, Muslim people.”

 

In New York City and Chicago, large groups gathered outside Trump Tower. In New York, they chanted angry slogans and waved banners bearing anti-Trump messages. Police still stood guard Friday on Fifth Avenue.

“You got everything straight up and down the line,” demonstrator David Thomas said. “You got climate change, you got the Iran deal. You got gay rights, you got mass deportations. Just everything, straight up and down the line, the guy is wrong on every issue.”

In Philadelphia, protesters near City Hall held signs bearing slogans: “Not Our President,” ”Trans Against Trump” and “Make America Safe For All.” Officers on bikes blocked traffic for the march that spanned four lanes of street traffic and even drew parents with children in strollers.

Jeanine Feito, 23, held a sign that read “not 1 more deportation.” The Temple University student said she acknowledges Trump as president-elect but doesn’t accept it.

“I’m Cuban-American. My parents are immigrants, and I’m also a woman. These are things Trump doesn’t stand for,” Feito said. “He’s bullied us, discriminated against us, is racist and encourages violence. I think it’s important we stand together and fight against this.”

 

About 500 people turned out at a protest in Louisville, Kentucky, while hundreds in Baltimore marched to the stadium where the Ravens were playing a football game.

A group got into some shoving matches with police in Oakland, California, but Los Angeles saw mostly peaceful protests. City News Service reported that dozens of protesters in the nation’s second-largest city were arrested around midnight when they refused to budge.

 

As expected, the demonstrations led to social media blowback from Trump supporters accusing protesters of sour grapes or worse, though there were no significant counterprotests. They said the demonstrators were not respecting the democratic process.

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Jablon reported from Los Angeles. Associated Press writers Deepti Hajela in New York, Janie Har in San Francisco and Lisa Baumann in Seattle contributed to this report.

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Riots In Portland As Protests Against Donald Trump's Presidency Continue Across America (Video/Pics)

(NewsnMusic) PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — From New York to Illinois to California, in red states as well as blue, protesters decrying Donald Trump’s election spent another night overtaking highways, smashing store windows, igniting fires and in at least one city, facing pepper spray and rubber projectiles from police trying to clear the streets.

The demonstrations stretched into a third straight night Thursday and came to a head in Portland, Oregon, where thousands marched and chanted, “We reject the president-elect!” while some lit firecrackers and sparked a dumpster blaze.

Officers began physically pushing back against the crowd that at times threw objects at them, making 26 arrests and using flash-bang devices and types of smoke or tear gas to force people to disperse.

Trump himself fired back, tweeting: “Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!”

Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!

In Portland, police termed the protest a riot after some 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area. After giving several orders to leave, officers fired what appeared to be rubber projectiles. It was not immediately clear if anyone was hit.

The number of protesters dwindled by early Friday, and police ordered those still in the streets to disperse immediately or be “subject to arrest and the use of riot-control agents.”

In Denver, protesters briefly shut down a freeway near downtown. Police said demonstrators made their way onto Interstate 25, stopping traffic for about a half-hour.

Protesters also briefly shut down highways in Minneapolis and Los Angeles.

In downtown San Francisco, high school students called out “not my president” as they marched, holding signs urging a Trump eviction. They waved rainbow banners and Mexican flags, as bystanders in the heavily Democratic city gave them high-fives from the sidelines.

 

“As a white, q**** person, we need unity with people of color, we need to stand up,” said Claire Bye, a 15-year-old sophomore at Academy High School. “I’m fighting for my rights as an LGBTQ person. I’m fighting for the rights of brown people, black people, Muslim people.”

 

In New York City and Chicago, large groups gathered outside Trump Tower. In New York, they chanted angry slogans and waved banners bearing anti-Trump messages. Police still stood guard Friday on Fifth Avenue.

“You got everything straight up and down the line,” demonstrator David Thomas said. “You got climate change, you got the Iran deal. You got gay rights, you got mass deportations. Just everything, straight up and down the line, the guy is wrong on every issue.”

In Philadelphia, protesters near City Hall held signs bearing slogans: “Not Our President,” ”Trans Against Trump” and “Make America Safe For All.” Officers on bikes blocked traffic for the march that spanned four lanes of street traffic and even drew parents with children in strollers.

Jeanine Feito, 23, held a sign that read “not 1 more deportation.” The Temple University student said she acknowledges Trump as president-elect but doesn’t accept it.

“I’m Cuban-American. My parents are immigrants, and I’m also a woman. These are things Trump doesn’t stand for,” Feito said. “He’s bullied us, discriminated against us, is racist and encourages violence. I think it’s important we stand together and fight against this.”

 

About 500 people turned out at a protest in Louisville, Kentucky, while hundreds in Baltimore marched to the stadium where the Ravens were playing a football game.

A group got into some shoving matches with police in Oakland, California, but Los Angeles saw mostly peaceful protests. City News Service reported that dozens of protesters in the nation’s second-largest city were arrested around midnight when they refused to budge.

 

As expected, the demonstrations led to social media blowback from Trump supporters accusing protesters of sour grapes or worse, though there were no significant counterprotests. They said the demonstrators were not respecting the democratic process.

___

Jablon reported from Los Angeles. Associated Press writers Deepti Hajela in New York, Janie Har in San Francisco and Lisa Baumann in Seattle contributed to this report.

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