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Bill O’Reilly is at it again, and rap music is once again his target. The Fox News host recently placed blame on “rap culture” for the decline in Christianity during his show, due to the genre glorifying “depraved behavior, and that sinks into the minds of some young people.” See the video of his theory above. [Miss Info]

David Letterman‘s very last show on Late Night is coming this next week, and it’s definitely going to be a tough day for late night news everywhere. The veteran host has chosen his final guests for his last two shows, which will be Bill Murray and Tom Hanks. Hanks will come on the night before he says goodbye, and Murray will be on for his 44th time on the show to send it off. [GossipCop]


Earl Sweatshirt might be pretty underrated, but he’s certainly getting the love from some major platforms. The Odd Future member took the stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, where he performed his tracks “Huey” “Grief” and “AM // Radio” off his newest album. [Rap-Up]


Nikko Lafré‘s name is growing more and more in the game, and now he’s finally released his new and highly-anticipated project, Troubled Soul: Blame The City. The Minnesota native recruited the likes of in house producers K-BeatZ, Johnny Rain and Drew Love for the mixtape. [HotNewHipHop]


Christian Deshun is making sure to tide over his fans as they await his debut album Subtle Weekends slated for this summer, and he’s dropped a new track called “Freestyles with Aaliyah.” Paying homage to two of artists that influenced his musical upbringing, Christian honors both Lil’ Troy, as well as the late Aaliyah on the fierce track. [Soundcloud]

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