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august alsina gets in scuffle and lil' wayne releases mixtape and tyga gets his own show

MUSIC BITS: Good afternoon all! August Alsina got into a scuffle after a show in St. Louis in support of Mike Brown. Not really sure on the specifics of the scuffle but I did read that there was a lot going on behind the scenes that led to the unfortunate event. On a more positive note those of you who are waiting for new music from Lil' Wayne won't have to wait much longer. The emcee will release his new mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait 2 on January 20. Wayne has already unleashed several songs from the mixtape. Will you be downloading? Speaking of Cash Money former affiliate Tyga will get his own show on MTV but it won't feature his teenage lover or baby momma either and Tyga wants it that way understandably. But he should also understand that more people would watch if they did make appearances. Tyga's personal life often plays out in the media so we might as well see it on TV as well. If I had cable still I might actually watch. On the music from Tyga's new album The Last Kings will be out on January 27. You copping? What do you all think of today's stories? Well why you decide catch me again soon with more news. You all have a good day and thank you for reading!
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