Rich the Kid Talks Frank Ocean Collab and Doing Numbers on the Charts

Complex News' Jinx sat down with Rich the Kid at SXSW and chopped it up about hard work, hustle, and his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. The two also spoke about Rich Forever Music and how Rich the Kid wants it to be bigger than Cash Money.

Later in the interview, Rich touched on his collaboration with the elusive Frank Ocean. Check it out above.


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T.I., Dave East, Rapsody, and Sacha Jenkins Break Down ‘Rapture,’ Netflix’s New Rap Docuseries

While out atA�Austin, Texas for SXSW, Complex News' Jinx hosted a roundtable to discuss Netflix's upcomingA�docuseries Rapture. The conversation included rappers T.I., Dave East, and Rapsody, who are all featured in the eight-part series produced by Mass Appeal, along with executive producerA�Sacha Jenkins.

Along with breaking down what viewers can expect, Jenkins shared a special moment that takes place in RaptureA�between Nas and Dave East, who Nas signed to his Mass Appeal label a few years back. “I felt like Dave and NasA�was like being in a time machine. Looking at Dave now is like looking at where Nas was, and looking at where Nas is now is where Dave can be,” Jenkins explained. “But so many people don't make it through that, 'I got the whole hood on my back.' A lot of people don't survive that. Their careers don't survive that. So to get that knowledge from NasA�is powerful.”

T.I. also addressed how hip-hop has changed, especially when it comes to newer rappers gaining exposure while also showing what appears to be a lack of respect for those that came before them. A similar topic of conversation has taken place after Lil Xan's comments about 2Pac. “If a new rapper say stuff like, you know, disrespecting Biggie and Pac, that just says, well, it came too easy for you. You don't know how deep it is to get where you got to be. We can honestly say you a YouTube baby. Conversations like that allow people to download the information so they can have a certain level of respect for it.”

Check out the full roundtable above. Rapture premieres on NetflixA�March 30.A�

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Wifisfuneral and Valee on Taking Over SXSW 2018

SXSW is all about showing and proving, and Valee and Wifisfuneral purchase nexium 40 mg A�planted their flag this year as two of the top performers to grace multiple stages throughout the weekend in Austin, Texas.A�

Complex News' Jinxa�� caught up withA�Wifisfuneral, and theA�Palm Beach, Florida rapper talked about his own experiences at SXSW over the years and what fans can expect from his upcoming projectA�Ethernet.

In a separate conversation, Valee, who recently released his Kanye West-executive produced GOOD Job, You Found Me EP,A�shared what he has planned for 2018.

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Tinder Sues Dating App Bumble for Allegedly Copying Them

Tinder's parent company, Match Group, is going after one of its main competitors, Bumble.

CNN reports that Match filed a lawsuit against the dating app which creates a space for women to make the first move. The legal docs state that Bumble, which was co-created by three former Tinder employees, stole their “world-changing, card swipe-based, mutual opt-in premise.” It also states that Bumble has features that were “learned of and developed confidentially” while the Bumble co-creators were at Tinder. This includes the “undo” button, a feature that they say is “nearly, if not literally, identical” to Bumble's “backtrack” option which lets users go back if they accidentallyA�swiped the wrong way on a person.

Although Match “applauds Bumble's efforts at empowering women, both in its app and offline” and “cares deeply both about its women users and about women's issues generally”, they noted that “this case is simply about forcing Bumble to stop competing with Match and Tinder using Match's own inventions, patented designs, trademarks, and trade secrets.”

Bumble isn't the buy depo provera no prescription only company to have the “mutual opt-in premise” though. But it seems that Match is only going after Bumble. This could be due to the fact that the former Tinder employees created it, reports that Match was unsuccessful in buying Bumble last year, or because they're launching their own option for women to make the first move.

As for Bumble's CEO,A�Whitney Wolfe Herd, who left her co-founded company buy pills Tinder after she reported several verbal and sexual harassmentA�claims against them, said that the company doesn't cross her mind anymore.

“I actually don't think about Tinder,” Wolfe Herd said in a conversation with Gayle King at SXSW earlier this year, according to CNN.A�”I don't believe revenge is part of my agenda. I'm a firm believer that just like hate spreads hate, love and kindness spread love and kindness. We're doing our own thing.”

But propecia cost in australia it seems like Match is thinking the exact opposite.

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Khalid on His Life-Changing Album and Valuable Advice From Kehlani

This time last year,A�Khalid released his debut studio albumA�American Teen, and in the time since the now 20-year-old has enjoyed immense success that includes a platinum album, four platinum or multi-platinum songs, and five Grammy nominations, including a Best New Artist nod.

Complex News' Jinx linked up with Khalid while out at SXSWA�to get more details on the artist's meteoric rise. Alongside breaking down the importance of his debut album, Khalid also shared adviceA�KehlaniA�once gave him about going on the road. “I was talking to her about going on my first tour, I was super nervous about it. I'm like, do you have any advice? She says one thing: 'Bring lots of underwear.' I do, so how much is prescription viagra in australia thank you Kehlani, because if you get it, you get it.”A�

Check out the full interview above, which also features Khalid talking about his goals for the next phase of his career and getting star-struck over seeingA�Beyoncé and Jay Z at the Grammys.A�

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FLACO Levels Up With His New Video “LEPT OFF (vassup)”

FLACO has released four full-length projects since the middle of 2016 and he's showing no signs of slowing down. Even with this steady output of music, no two songs sound the same. Whether he's flexing technical ability or showcasing his knack for melodies, his content always feels genuine and unique to FLACO.  

“If you talk about what you're actually going through, you'll never run out of content. Once you start talking about what you want instead of what you have, that's when you start running into those roadblocks.” FLACO tells us. “Just tell how you're feeling now, that's how I always approach it. That way I can continue making as much music as I want. You change feelings day to day, hour to hour, so the possibilities are limitless.”

FLACO's latest project Not Alive is his strongest to date. The beat selection is on point and FLACO raps like a man possessed. We even get a little punk in the mix with “Paternity Clothes.” Another standout is “LEPT OFF (vassup),” and we're premiering the video for that one on the P&P YouTube today. 

The video is shot and edited by FLACO's longtime videographer Tyler Hoyt, but “LEPT OFF (vassup)” is far different from their usual run-and-gun style of video. “Tyler's nephew who is this super talented director approached me with an idea. He sent through a treatment and a script and everything. The fact that someone came to me with an idea just from listening to the music was cool as fuck.”

As fun as FLACO's previous videos have been, this kind of evolution is promising, and it's a step forward that FLACO is ready for. “That shit was just such a change of pace, and I got to act which I've always been secretly super in love with. It was super fun. It turned on that creative bug that I want to do more shit like that visually in the future.”

Watch “LEPT OFF (vassup)” above, and check out FLACO's SXSW 2017 Freestyle below. 

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