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Lil House Phone Drops New Videoclip To ‘Tokyo Goons’

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Hard work pays off and Lil House Phone is on the rise. A week after his “Exposed” webisode on No Jumper’s YouTube channel, the new rising star of the underground is back at it and presents the video for Tokyo Goons.

Directed by Nick Stelo and Xavier Lacroix the visual sums up perfectly the general topic of the track. Short and effective like the song where he exhibits his clout and sexual conquests.

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Announces New Video & Provides Update On House Arrest

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Tekashi 6ix9ine dropped a new post on Instagram, Saturday, saying he has 34 more days on house arrest until his ankle monitor comes off and that fans should expect a new music video, Friday, July 3rd. He also took the time to boast about his recent accomplishments.

“So, I have about 34 more days until house arrest is over,” he begins his post. “About 34 more days and the ankle monitor comes off and the king of New York is back on the street. I’m gonna give y’all one more music video.



“Just picture this, right,” he continued. “I been on house arrest. I broke a whole bunch of records. Since I been home, the first song straight outta jail is platinum. I have the No. 1 record in the world, from house arrest. I’ve been shooting all the music videos in my living room. I’m gonna give y’all one more music video. Picture the noise I’m gonna make when I’m outside.”

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Lil Baby With Son Attempt Viral TikTok Dances

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It’s clear that TikTok has taken over. This isn’t a new revelation; multiple reports state that the popular social media platform is quickly approaching 1 billion active users worldwide. Some social media influencers have built their brands on being TikTok famous, so it comes as no surprise that celebrities have joined the platform. Some familiar faces hope that by expanding onto TikTok, they can continue to help their careers, while others use the platform to show a different side of themselves as they let fans peek into their home lives. Lil Baby and his (ex?) girlfriend Jayda are doing the latter, and they’ve even added their son into the mix.

In a recently shared video, Jayda gave her son some shine as she featured him in a clip attempting to pull off a viral TikTok dance. While Jayda played background dancer to her baby boy, Lil Baby comes out and interrupts the video. The rapper keeps his distance as he watches his son pull off some of his best moves, and even Lil Baby couldn’t help but get in on the fun.



The on-again-off-again-on-again relationship between Jayda and Lil Baby has been a cordial one, but it’s always good to see some of our favorite rappers enjoying family time. Check out the clip below.

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Young Thug Joins Diplo for ‘Fortnite’s Next “Party Royale” Concert

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Epic Games has announced a new concert featuring Young Thug, Diplo, and Noah Cyrus coming to Fortnite via its official Party Royale mode. The event is officially titled “Diplo Presents: Thomas Wesley With Special Guests Noah Cyrus and Young Thug.” As such with the mode, weapons will be disabled to let players spectate freely without worrying about being eliminated. This marks the first concert event to take place on the Party Royale Main Stage since the start of Chapter 2, Season 3. This also marks yet another show from Diplo on the Battle Royale title since the mode started.



Fortnite is becoming more of a platform than just an average game. The title recently premiered the trailer for Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film Tenet and of course hosted a music event starring Travis Scott, which sparked the Party Royale mode now being used to showcase concerts. Fortnite‘s most recent event was the previous season’s Doomsday event called The Device. It proved to be so successful that servers couldn’t support enough players to see it in-game, forcing some to watch the action via Twitch streams instead.

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