“Views From the 6” Set to Release January
A new OVO themed clip flies through social media yesterday (November 11th) notifying us of when the highly anticipated Drake album may finally surface. Views From The 6 album is set to release on January 6, 2016, according Daily Rap’s (below) video.
This debut date would fit with Drake’s line from What A Time To Be Alive in “30 for 30 Freestyle.”
“But just know it’ll be January in no time.”
Mizzou University President Resigns After Football Players Boycott
President of the University of Missouri president, Tim Wolfe, announced his resignation on Monday after pressure from students, faculty and lawmakers for him to forfeit his role.
Some of the Missouri community wasn’t pleased with how Wolfe handled racial tensions on campus as well as other surrounding issues. It was mainly the Missouri football team who boycotted until Wolfe was taken from his position. Over 30 players said they would not practice or participate in any team activities. Several graduate students and faculty members also staged a walkout on Monday.
Coach Gary Pinkel even supported the cause and vowed not to participate in any football-related activities until Wolfe stepped down. The team’s absence would cost the university over $1 million due to potential skipped games.
The university's governing body issued a statement calling for Wolfe to leave.
On Monday Wolfe told the press at a university conference that his resignation comes from love.
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Police arrested two college students in Missouri on Wednesday who made threats to black students through the social site Yik Yak. Read the full story here.
Pusha T Named President of G.O.O.D. Music: Exclusive
Pusha T takes the reigns in the front office of G.O.O.D. Music and discusses his new role with the media this week.
The Virginia rapper is also a Play Cloths founder and now an executive of a Def Jam subsidiary label.
Apparently, the decision was four months in the making, sparked by early discussions from Mr. Kanye West himself. Also joining Pusha T will be his longtime manager, Steven Victor, as A&R for G.O.O.D Music. The team is home to charismatic artists like Q-Tip, Teyana Taylor, Kacy Hill, and Big Sean just to name a few.
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