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Jansport J releases new beat tape, called “Any Weather”… 

By EricSoul Word Is Bond


It is safe to say that the 626 prodigy has had one hell of a year so far.

Today, Jansport J drops his latest beat tape, called Any Weather. So far, this is his 27th instrumental/beat tape he’s done and close to 40 projects since 2009.

If it hasn’t be made so yet, then the nickname of Justin Williams will become a household name very soon. Jansport J has been in the kitchen cooking up some major heat that landed him on Dom Kennedy‘s Rap N Roll album, as well as Half-A-Mil’s (which is Dom Kennedy & Hit-BoyAlso Known As project.

This year has also seen Sport land on Griselda‘s own Benny The Butcher‘s sophomore album, Burden of Proof, in which he co-produced with Hit-Boy two songs: One Way Flight (feat. Freddie Gibbs) and New Streets.

Last year he produced MMG’s former artist Stalley‘s 2019 album, Reflection of Self: The Head Trip.

 

The Weeknd “Too Late,” Gucci Mane “CEO Flow” & More | Daily Visuals 10.23.20 

Lately The Weeknd’s gone from R&B singer looking for love to an artist who seems intrigued with releasing visuals that feature psychedelic trips which revolve around blood, violence, and other unexpected sequences from the Canadian crooner.

His latest visuals for “Too Late” continue his newfound trend and even comes with a parental advisory as the video features two women stumbling upon The Weeknd’s decapitated head and weirdly loving it down. Why, b? Why?

Gucci Mane meanwhile rolls around his hood in a red drop top whipe while flossing crazy ice and a grip in his clip for “CEO Flow.” His office is obviously the streets of the A.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from NLE Choppa featuring Lil Baby, Anime, and more.

THE WEEKND – “TOO LATE”

GUCCI MANE – “CEO FLOW”

FLIPP DINERO FT. A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE – “NO NO NO”

MACHINE GUN KELLY FT. HALSEY – “FORGET ME TOO”

NLE CHOPPA FT. LIL BABY – “NARROW ROAD”

ANIME – “WOODLAND”

JACK HARLOW – “TYLER HERRO”

ABRAHAM GEOVANNI – “PERFECT HARMONY”

VRN HAYES – “AIN’T A THING”

KING VON – “GLEESH PLACE”

DRAYMOND DOLL FT. JACKBOY – “SUGAR DADDY”

COMETHAZINE – “556”

B.A BADD – “DEJULIOS BELT”

RUCCI & ALLBLACK – “OKAY DOEEE”

CHESTER WATSON – “LIFE WROTE ITSELF”

Beyoncé Drops A Preview Of New Ivy Park x Adidas Collectionl Leaves Beyhive Deep In Their Feelings 

Ivy Park 2 Beyonce

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Even though new music is atop of her fan’s wish list Beyoncé served her following big Athleisure energy this week. The queen gave the world a sneak peak of her upcoming drop.

As spotted on Page Six Mrs. Carter debuted the new Ivy Park x adidas fall winter collection via social media on Thursday, October 22. If the comments section is any indication of the overall response she has another hit on her hands. The new season sticks to the brand’s cozy aesthetic with a vibrant approach to some staple items. Included in the mix are body suits, track suits, blazers, windbreaker jackets, cropped sweatshirts and some outerwear pieces. The colors range from their signature colors of maroon, orange, and white to some brighter neon and pastel expressions.

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As expected there are several accessories that will help the wearer put together a drippy ensemble from head to toe. We get fanny packs, cross body bags, beanies and more. Additionally the fellas can also catch the vibes via some pieces for men including a hunter green sweat suit that is perfectly matched with a pair of Night Jogger sneakers.

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While the collection has fans buzzing with excitement many are doubtful about their chances of snagging any items. Thousands were left disappointed when the first collection was released earlier this year when it sold out out in one day. Nevertheless the general expectation that this drop, which is scheduled to arrive October 30, will go fast too. You can sign up for alerts here.

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Kristen Welker Achieves The Seemingly Impossible Of Keeping Order At Final Debate 

President Donald J. Trump

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Black girl magic was in full effect at the 2020 Presidential Debate after moderator Kristen Welker achieved the seemingly impossible task of maintaining order.

On Thursday (Oct. 22), the nation tuned in hesitantly and unsure of what to expect of the second and final 2020 Presidential Debate after Donald Trump‘s embarrassing and abysmal performance and the first debate last month.

In a high-stakes debut overseeing a presidential debate where Joe Biden and Trump faced off of for the final time before the election — taking charge of a candidate matchup that proved a bucking bronco for the previous moderator, Chris Wallace of Fox News — Ms. Welker, an NBC anchor, and correspondent, managed to restore order to a quadrennial institution that some believed could not be tamed.

Opening the debates with a clear set of rules and ensuring both candidates understood, Welker, the first Black woman to moderate a general-election presidential debate since Carole Simpson of ABC in 1992, proved that tackling Trump’s overtly machismo and abrasive attitude was no problem, even after entering the evening facing an onslaught of attacks from Trump, who this week called her “terrible.”

Despite the blatant bias from the Trump administration in regards to her placement, Welker remained professional and poised as she guided the discussion, offering chances for brief rebuttals but also taking control when the candidates threatened to go on a tirade repeatedly keeping them on course with a reminder on time, “We need to move on.”

But many pointed out her ability to stop the spread of misinformation and at times blatant lies by Trump that helped many undecided voters actually and finally hear the plans (or lack thereof) that each candidate has listed as the foundation of their candidacy.

When asked his opinion immediately following the debate regarding the stark difference between last night’s debate Kristen Welker moderated and the last month’s disaster, veteran moderator Chris Wallace revealed he was a little “jealous” that he wasn’t allowed the same opportunity by the Trump administration.

“First of all, I’m jealous,” Mr. Wallace said. “I would have liked to be able to moderate that debate.”

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Brian Bars Burns – “Next Chapter of Life” (Album) 

Inspired and influenced by the Dead Prez “Lets Get Free” album, rising Los Angeles, CA based Hip Hop artist Brian Bars Burns releases his debut album “Next Chapter of Life” entirely produced by Dan Morze.

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