Hip Hop Week In Review: Kanye West "Yandhi," Suge Knight's Trial & Eminem Vs. MGK

HipHop News Posted on September 23, 2018 at 8:24am

Hip Hop Week In Review: Kanye West "Yandhi," Suge Knight's Trial & Eminem Vs. MGK

HipHopDX – This week in Hip Hop, Kanye West drew attention for the announcement of his new album Yandhi.

Also, Suge Knight was sentenced to 28 years in prison and Eminem vs Machine Gun Kelly battle continued.

Kanye West Prepares New Album

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— ye (@kanyewest) September 18, 2018

Kanye West plans to release his new LP entitled Yandhi on the 29th of September. Seems to be a sequel of sorts to 2013 his album Yeezus.

No Kanye album release comes without drama in the headlines, and this time is highlighted by an Instagram comment on the condemnation of social media likes and aerate the celebrity men of the name of his wife.

Nick Cannon, one of the men called for Yeezy, dismissed the complaint and says that he is going to continue to say what he wants.

Read more about Kanye West Yandhi here.

Suge Knight Sentenced To 28 Years In Prison

The former Death row Records CEO Marion "Suge" Knight was sentenced to 28 years in prison after reaching an agreement with the prosecution. Man of 53 years of age, you are going to serve time for the 2015 hit-and-run death of Terry Carter.

Suge sentencing is scheduled to begin on 4 October. Of course, Twitter had fun with the sentence showed no mercy in the transformation of the Knights of the sentence into a joke.

Read more about Suge Knight at the sentence here.

Eminem Vs. Machine Gun Kelly Fallout

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Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's rap beef is simmering down, but the commotion of their respective diss tracks, "Killshot" and "Rap Devil" still you can feel it.

MGK spoke with The Breakfast Club about his clash with Em, calling him "old" and "disconnected" during the interview.

In addition, Joe Budden revealed on his podcast that he spoke with Diddy about Em's most controversial line in "Killshot

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