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Jeremih, Rick Ross leads new music releases and Game's associate knocks out man

Happy Birthday to Jay Z! The rapper turns 46 today! Also Happy Birthday and R.I.P. to Pimp C. Happy Belated Birthday to Trina, who celebrated her birthday yesterday along with Monica, Rico Love, and Missy at Monica's "Code Red" tour. Speaking of Monica, she will release her new album on December 18 as will Chris Brown. Rick Ross released his new album today, "Black Market" and Jeremih "Late Nights". There's certainly an overabundance of new music out. I think out of all the new music I'm interested in Erykah Badu, Jeremih, and Rick Ross. Who are you listening to or who are you still anticipating as we close out the year? And "The Wiz" premiered last night to big ratings. 11 million viewers tuned in to the live broadcast on NBC. Did you watch? And did you see Stitches, a rapper who was taunting The Game outside of a club, got dealt with by one of Game's associates. When Game and his crew exited the club last night after a series of taunts on social media, Game's associate delivered a blow to the jaw of Stitches. Suddenly all that talking he was doing was silenced. I don't know why people even try and mess with Game. They should know better at this point. Until next time people! Thanks for reading! :)
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