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HHV Video of the Week: French Montana ft. The Weeknd and Max B – “A Lie”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Today was a big day for French Montana, with him finally releasing his album, Jungle Rules, his third album. With the album out, French unleashed the visuals for his newest single. Earlier in the week, he delivered the "A Lie" video trailer. 290328

Dwyane Wade? What’s up with him, and where should he go? How did the sports world forget HIM?

By G Moniy HHV Sports Staff Writer Sit down, kids, it's story time and the story is about Dwyane Wade, a man who used to be great. The year was 2006 and Wade did the impossible, as LeBron James was coming into his own and Kobe Bryant scored 81 points. D-Wade got

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Doggy Dogg – “Dre Day”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Last night, the third and final installment of The Defiant Ones aired on HBO. This was the part most fans were waiting for, the story of Jimmy Iovine founding Interscope Records and him agreeing to partner with Death Row Records. Here is where Jimmy and Dr. Dre

HHV Video of the Week: Jay-Z – “The Story of O.J.”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Every time Jay-Z comes back, he does it in a way that manages to overshadow everything else. But, no one has to tell Young Buck about this, because all of his shine was slaughtered for 4:44. This album is the one where Jay-Z really went there, though.

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback (on Thursday): MC Lyte ft. Missy Elliott – “Cold Rock a Party (Bad Boy remix)”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Yesterday, things got so hectic that one important weekly feature ended up off the list. Thankfully, this morning, the team realized the oversight and came with a song we've intended to feature for some time. Often, people credit MC Lyte for her accomplishments. 289065

HHV Video of the Week: Kendrick Lamar – “ELEMENT.”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Don't act like Kendrick Lamar isn't currently at the best moment in his career, right now. He's just contending with a lot, with DJ Khaled and Future also delivering career years. If that wasn't enough, Jay Z launched his comeback, complete with outing his mother. 288197

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Jay Z – “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Before him, there were many, after him, there were none. Back in 2000, these were bold words Jay Z proclaimed, as he began to outlast, and outmaneuver his fellow rappers. While they wanted awards and five mics, Jay Z wanted ownership. 287795