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Tommy McFly to Host the White House Easter Egg Roll Again

For the fourth year in a row, 94.7 Fresh FM’s very own Tommy McFly has answered the call from the White House to serve as official emcee of the White House Easter Egg Roll. 142 more words

Features

"Cabaret" Performs on The Tonight Show

Jimmy Fallon has got some competition!!! Alan Cumming, who returns to the role of Emcee, is joined by the entire cast of the highly acclaimed musical Cabaret to sing the show stopping opening number “Willkommen.” As the first Broadway show to perform on Fallon’s Tonight Show, electricity sparked in the theater (not literally of course!). 64 more words

PLAYDOUGH

Alright, so Playdough has been around for a minute but I really gotta share. Playdough is a freestyle emcee from Arlington, Texas who has many battles under his big Texan belt. 94 more words

Artist Blog

Special Feature: Illmatic XX


With the 20th anniversary of Nas’ Illmatic on the horizon, Google Play decided to pay homage to the classic album by putting together a dope visual tribute that gathered some of the rap game’s current hit-makers for a discussion on Illmatic’s influence and just how much that seminal record affected them and their careers.  25 more words

The 5th Element Magazine

Peep This: I Witness News - Fake Drake


If you’ve ever wanted to tell Drake that he didn’t start from the bottom and is a chickenhead straight to his face, well keep waiting because that’s really not gonna happen due to the fact that his 300 pound bodyguard will prolly snuff you before you even get one syllable out.  69 more words

Emcee

Peep This: Nas x Q-Tip x The Roots Perform on Jimmy Fallon

Whatever Illuminati-fountain-of-youth-elixir that Pharrell and apparently Nas and Q-Tip have access to, we want in. Does the blogger-Illuminati not have a connect or what?! Anyway, a week away from the drop of his special edition 20th anniversary… 70 more words

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Look Back At It: Waka Flocka Flame On Voting and Education


Look Back At It is an on-going series highlighting the less than dope, but more than hilarious moments in hip-hop history.  In this go around, we’re stepping back into that one time Waka Flocka Flame was asked by Terrence J on 106 & Park what he thought about such weighty topics like voting and education.  87 more words

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