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Peep swag at this interview with SIRIUS XM’s Hip-Hop Nation

Lu talks about who exactly are in this super group of his, how they came into existence, and what they’re looking forward to.



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Meet the Challenger SRT10 Concept, which sports an 8.4L V10 engine graciously donated by a Viper SRT10. You can see the Challenger SRT10 Concept hanging out with a Viper SRT10 ACR in our gallery below, as well as what happens when you attempt to transfer the engine’s 600 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque to the ground through the Challenger’s rear tires. Needless to say, enough tire smoke is produced to affect the weather in China. Other mods include a functional carbon fiber shaker hood that feeds air to the voluminous V10, a carbon fiber front splitter and rear deck lid, a new rear spoiler, BILSTEIN shocks at all four corners, larger wheels, bigger brakes and quad exhaust tips out back. More carbon fiber trim can be found in the cockpit along with new sports seats and a red engine start push-button just like in the Viper.

Shoutouts to tuningnews

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Exclusive “Complex” Interview with Young Wiz..

If you peeped XXL’s “Freshman 10” issue, you may have noticed a cover filled with a bunch of mean-muggin’, serious dudes—except for Wiz Khalifa, who was cheesin’ hard. Sure, one can make a simple deduction and assume Wiz was higher than his fellow rappers, which most likely was the case. But after years of trying to grind his way to the top of the rap game—starting with his 2005 mixtape debut, Prince of the City—Wiz has a lot to be happy about.

The Pittsburgh native doesn’t have a smash hit, no big name co-sign, and he’s from a city that hasn’t made a blip on the rap radar. So how did this self-made rap star/stoner become a number one trending topic on Twitter? How is he selling out shows in New York City and all across the country by himself? It’s because when you’ve been pushing mixtapes and albums that are as good as his latest project, Kush & Orange Juice, these things tend to happen. We here at Complex happen to appreciate dudes who can shut down The Internet, so it only made sense to have a proper sit-down with Mr. Spacely and get the run-down on his life, work ethic, and what the future holds…

Peep the in depth Interview

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Dropping tomorrow morning, according to Wiz. As soon as it drops you know where you can find it first, right here on 6gA.

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The gym class hero drops his debut solo album on June 8th. I actually like this album cover son.

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Chicago Violence

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AP, Apr 2, 2010 7:00 pm PDT

DALLAS – Neosoul singer Erykah Badu faces a disorderly conduct charge for her nude music video shoot in downtown Dallas’ Dealey Plaza, officials announced Friday.

Badu, a Dallas native, performed a walking striptease in front of tourists and pedestrians during the March 13 shoot for Badu’s “Window Seat” music video. The performance ended with a nude Badu acting out receiving a fatal gunshot to the head at the spot where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.

Sgt. Warren Mitchell said Friday the decision to cite Badu for disorderly conduct — a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $500 — came after witness Ida Espinosa, 32, of Vernon, offered a sworn statement to police Thursday. Espinosa declined to comment to The Associated Press on Friday.

“Having a fact witness that was there is what let us file the charges,” Mitchell said. “After much discussion, we feel that these charges best fit her conduct. She disrobed in a public place without regard to individuals and small children who were close by.”

Mitchell said the department has had “people calling from all across the country to express their concern.”

Mitchell said Badu can either fight the charge or pay the fine. He said a citation would be mailed to the singer.

Carla Sims, a spokeswoman for Badu, had no immediate comment Friday.

Source: Yahoo News

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