#LifeAtComplex: Heavyweight Champ Deontay Wilder Has Floyd Mayweather’s Boxing Record in His Crosshairs

#LifeAtComplex is a daily vlog that offers an inside look at Complex. Watch as Tony Mui takes viewers behind-the-scenes in the office—you never know who or what will pop up.

On today's episode, Tony takes full advantage of Google Assistant to plan out his busy day, and also unveils his customized Nike jersey. Later, heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder stops by the office and talks about wanting to beat Floyd Mayweather's record of 50-0. You can catch Wilder's Nov. 4 boxing match with Luis Ortiz at Barclays Center on Showtime Boxing.

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Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks Debate If Cardi B Is Getting Fake Love for Going No. 1 on ‘Everyday Struggle’

On today's Everyday Struggle, Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska run through the day of news, including a reaction to Cardi B's “Bodak Yellow” going No. 1. They crew try to determine if some of the love coming her way is fake. Later on the show, they break down Chance the Rapper's new song, with Budden offering up some criticism about the track. Budden and Akademiks also react to Erykah Badu's “For the Dick” challenge and ponder whether they should do their own. 

 

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Chance the Rapper Debuts Untitled Track f/ Daniel Caesar With Stellar Performance on ‘The Late Show’

New Chance the Rapper has arrived. The Grammy award-winning rapper appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert  on Monday night and blessed us with an electrifying performance of his new Daniel Caesar featured track. The track is so new that it doesn't even have a title yet. Chance, who wrote the song just two days ago, previously premiered the track “Angels” on Late Show

Colbert took the opportunity to address the #TakeTheKnee protests that have been sweeping the NFL following inflammatory comments made by Trump. 

Though Chance's last project was 2016's collaborative Christmas mixtape with Jeremih, Merry Christmas Lil' Mama, the Chicago musician has been keeping busy. Chance linked with Colbert, dropping a politically charged verse, for the opening musical number at this year's 69th Primetime Emmy Awards . He has also been performing, featured on a handful of tracks, and even kinda helped to save SouundCloudChance dropped the stellar fourteen track mixtape Coloring Book back in May 2016.  

Oh, and let's keep our fingers crossed for that much-anticipated Chance The Rapper and Childish Gambino collaboration. In the meantime, check out Chance's new song in the video above. You can also check out the interview Chance did with Colbert on Monday's show, which features him talking about the campaign that fans started to try and make him the mayor of Chicago, below.

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Kodak Black Reveals Why He Walked Out on ‘Wild ‘N Out Live’ Performance

While I was a fan of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out​ for a bit, I fell out of watching it. Well, that's how I like to frame it; if I'm keeping it a buck, I probably aged out of the show. MTV really is for the kids, right? Either way, I was still surprised to hear that Cannon's literally taken his show on the road, with Hitman Holla, Conceited, and other guys from the show traveling across the country, recreating the hilarious series for a live audience and, at times, inviting some musical guests to perform.

This past Saturday, Nick Cannon and company slid through Orlando to perform Wild N' Out live (with word that a portion of the proceeds would be going to help the victims of Hurricane Irma). Their special musical guest? Florida native Kodak Black, who made waves when he apparently didn't finish his set.

Kodak's abrupt ending got blamed on everything from Kodak “tweaking” to his music kept skipping and his mic stopped working, but according to Kodak, it had something to do with his contract.

He alludes to Nick Cannon and/or the promo team for this show (tour?) breached their contract due to them leaking his “surprise performance three times.” He went on to say that he was only contracted for one song and he “sorta” did three for them. 

If Kodak's contract really said that his performance was supposed to be secret, then he might have a case, considering that Nick Cannon tweeted about Kodak being on the show a few days before they hit Orlando. Without seeing the contract, it's hard to know who is actually right, but it is interesting to see Kodak take this much of a stance due to perceived contract disputes (or, at the very least, coming up with good lies as reason to cut his show short).

For those who are wondering, the Wild 'N Out tour has four more stops in October and November.

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#LifeAtComplex: Learning How to Do a Proper Euro Step

#LifeAtComplex is a daily vlog that offers an inside look at Complex. Watch as Tony Mui takes viewers behind-the-scenes in the office—you never know who or what will pop up.

On today's episode, Tony and Beija show off the Nike Air Max 97 x Undefeated collab. Later, Tony gets a quick tutorial on how to do a proper Euro step from Google Assistant. The reason? He's prepping for a possible 1-on-1 match with Micheal Jordan's son Marcus. Let's make this happen.

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