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Juicy J (@therealjuicyj) – Yet

Juicy J decides to release his brand new track titled Yet produced by Juicy J and Crazy Mike. Juicy J album called Stay Trippy is scheduled to drop later on this year.


Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.”
-Bob Marley

Tyga (@Tyga) – Versace Freestyle

Tyga is the latest one to jump on the Migos track called Versace. Tyga also announce that his upcoming project titled Well Done 4  is on the way.

Trey Songz (@TreySongz) – Sensational

Trey Songz decides to celebrate July 4th by unleashing his new record called Sensational. No word if this will appear on Trey upcoming projects.

Jay-Z (@S_C_) – La Familia

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SoundCloud: Jay-Z – La Familia

Once again Jay-z is back with another new joint called La Familia. In this joint hes finally responds and diss Lil Wayne, this is eatured on his upcoming album titled Magna Carta Holy Grail, which will be in stores on July 9th.

Rare Qing Dynasty Stamp Sells for $1 Million


One of China’s rarest stamps sold for $936,000 at auction in Hong Kong, the auctioneers said Wednesday.

With just 32 recorded copies, the Qing Dynasty “1897 Red Revenue Small One Dollar” stamp is “China’s rarest regularly-issued stamp”, Interasia Auctions said in a press release.

The bright red stamp, symbolising luck and good fortune in Chinese culture, is rare because the characters “Qing Dynasty postal service, one dollar” were considered too small, prompting the printing of a second version.

The stamp was part of a three-day auction of Chinese, Hong Kong and Asian stamps which ended Monday bringing in a total of HK$71.9 million, Interasia said.

“Philately has a special place in Chinese culture, with rare stamps regarded as important cultural icons and treasures, just like art,” auction house director Jeffrey Schneider said in the statement.

A pair of rare stamps bearing an accidentally inverted picture of Chinese nationalist leader Sun Yat-sen sold for more than $700,000 in Hong Kong last October.

Mainland Chinese are regular buyers of the top lots at sales of art, jewellery and wine as Hong Kong positions itself as an auction hub for Asia as well as the gateway to China’s vast market.