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APPLE VALLEY, CA – The Game’s father, George Taylor, passed away on Wednesday morning (January 17) at his Apple Valley, California home, according to TMZ. A family member reportedly found Taylor unresponsive around 8:30 a.m. PST and a neighbor called 911. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. He was 65. To say The Game had

Bust out the bong — Cypress Hill is inching its way toward an official comeback. On Thursday (December 28), the historically weed-centric group — B-Real, Sen Dog, DJ Muggs and Eric Bobo — posted an Instagram photo of what appears to be the cover art of for its first album since 2010’s Rise Up.  Last year, B-Real revealed

Another day, another possible DOOM collab (maybe). On Wednesday (December 27), DJ Muggs posted an Instagram photo featuring a black-and-white drawing of what appears to be the Cypress Hill vet and MetalFace aka DOOM. Although only a fraction of the body is shown, DOOM’s signature mask is partially visible. The photo was captioned, “2018 #soulassassins #djmuggs #bnardartwork.” Soul Assassins — a collective

Joe Budden isn’t taking his podcast to Revolt TV, discrediting rumors that emerged following his departure from Complex’s Everyday Struggle. During Episode 142 of The Joe Budden Podcast, the Slaughterhouse member joked with co-hosts Mal and Rory Farrell about the rumor of them signing a $5-million deal to bring the show to Diddy’s company. Mal and Farrell shared anecdotes about all the people

On December 18, fans of Complex’s ever-popular daily Hip Hop show Everyday Struggle were shocked to discover that one of the show’s hosts and arguably its biggest draw, had left. “My contract is up,” Joe Budden tweeted. “[I’m] waiting to see how this plays out.” The main Everyday Struggle Twitter account and that of interim guest host DJ Whoo

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