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Listen: Jay-Z, Dr. Dre and Rick Ross’ ‘3 Kings,’ Lana Del Ray’s ‘Summertime Sadness’ + More

Rick Ross, probably thinking about cheese (Mackenzie Stroh/Bon Appetit)

Hip-Hop heavyweights Jay-Z and Dr. Dre stopped by Rick Ross‘ “3 Kings” jam from the Bawse’s upcoming album, God Forgives, I Don’t.  Between you and I, I’m pretty sure I like this “3 Kings” better but you can’t blame the balleristic trio for trying. Listen below, and watch clips from sad music princess Lana Del Ray and her “Summertime Sadness” video chronicling lesbian suicide, our bearded buddy Stalley‘s “Hammers and Vogues” featuring Curren$y and Texas MC Killa Kyleon‘s “Appetite for Destruction.” Guns N’ Roses anyone? No? Oh.

ps. Rolling Stone found Macy Gray? Random.


Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness.” I should just stop fighting the hipster wave, right? Ironically, now NME says she’s jumped the shark because she’s capitalizing on her popularity by becoming an H&M spokesperson. Ironic, no?

Killa Kyleon‘s “Appetite for Destruction.” The Houston MC was featured on “Spotlight” by Wiz Khalifa, one of my favorite songs, from Kush & Orange Juice. I swear this guy used to be a good 50+ pounds heavier, either way congrats on losing the weight dude.


Stalley stops by with “Hammers and Vogues” featuring our favorite New Orlenian Curren$y, perfect soundtrack to a Friday that seems to be moving in slow motion.

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