B.o.B. believes the world is flat

The rapper, B.o.B. has been on Twitter since Sunday evening, sharing his conspiracy theory with fans. He posted a photo to Twitter challenging the widely held belief that the earth is round writing, “The cities in the background are approx. 16 miles apart… where is the curve ? please explain this.” From there, he went on to post other photos and theories that work to to disprove the scientific notion. “No matter how high in elevation you are… the horizon is always eye level … sorry cadets… I didn’t wanna believe it either” he wrote. It appears that B.o.B.’s primary piece of evidence is his own sight, as he continually questions why a curvature can not be seen at particular altitudes. “Don’t believe what I say, research what I say,” he also wrote. B.o.B. co

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Meek Mill donates 60,000 bottles of water to Flint, Michigan

Flint, Michigan is currently in crisis and if you’ve been following the news you know that residents are up in arms over the corrosive and lead-filled water in their sinks. The situation in Flint is so dire that they’ve declared a state of emergency. Governor Rick Snyder said in his State of the State address that he, and the local government has failed the residents in Flint. According to TMZ, Meek Mill, a Philadelphia native, has donated roughly 60,000 bottles of water to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan on top of giving money to the Flint Child and Family Health Development Fund. The donations apparently have nothing to do with the court ordered community service the rapper is carrying out as a result of his most recent parole violation. Earlier this month, Meek Mill challeng

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Kanye West releases new song with Kendrick Lamar

After Kim Kardashian updated fans about last week's G.O.O.D. Friday drop, informing everyone that a flight to Italy prevented Kanye from releasing his second installment, Yeezy came through on Monday morning (Jan. 18) with the official audio for "No More Parties In LA" featuring Kendrick Lamar. The song had initially been teased two weeks ago, when Kanye came out with "Real Friends" featuring Ty Dolla $ign. The track was produced by Madlib, while it's believed to have originated from Yeezy's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy sessions in 2009/2010. Madlib mentioned in a previous interview that he gave Kanye five beats for his album, and a documentary reveals part of what is evidently Kanye's verse here. Kendrick is his usual self, rapping about his own home turf. "She said she cam

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Wake Self premieres new video for Still Love Her

Albuquerque-based emcee Wake Self pays homage to his favorite classic hip-hop albums in an incredible new video for the track "Still Love Her" from his upcoming album, Malala. The intro features J Dilla's mother Ma Dukes telling listeners to "educate yourself/be about it," then fades into Wake Self injecting titles and lyrics of revered hip-hop classics into the track. From Common's Resurrection and A Tribe Called Quest's The Low End Theory to De La Soul's 3 Feet High and Rising and Ice Cube's Death Certificate, "Still Love Her" is a strong testament to Wake's intense love for hip-hop culture.  "I feel a deep attachment, however, to classic hip-hop music," Wake says. "I feel like we as a culture need to start recognizing our heroes and teachers like other cultures and

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Karega Bailey debuts new video for No Indictment

"Respect and manners to the elders who have pointed me in this direction. Honor and Gratitude to those who feel this music, be it from your work on the frontline as an organizer, or in the moral fibers of your heart because you have been overwhelmed with the reality of police terror. I am with you and I thank you for standing for truth." —Karega Bailey  Music has always provided the perfect platform for an artist to share his or her thoughts and feelings on a variety of topics. Whether the lyrics are politically motivated, stem from a recent heartbreak or evolve out of simple every day life, each song is carefully crafted by the artist to deliver their form of catharsis to the masses. Emcee, activist, award-winning educator and poet Karega Bailey has been using his unique

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Sole: The RAPstation Interview - Part One

Tim Holland, better known as Sole, is not one to hold back how he feels or what he thinks about anything. The outspoken emcee, activist, artist and musician has been making music since he was a teenager and retains the same unquenchable passion for DIY projects he's had since day one. Born in Portland, Maine, Holland started his own label, 45 Below Records, at the ripe age of 15, which included fellow emcee Alias. In 1998, he paired up with rapper Pedestrian and established Anticon, which would evolve into one of the most reputable independent hip-hop labels in the business. He released his 2000 seminal album, Bottle of Humans, via Anticon, but Holland eventually left the label after 2010's Mansbestfriend 3: My Own Worst Enemy and the self-titled debut album from his other proj

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