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Panera Bread Running Of The Eggs Recap
We unleashed dozens of fresh eggs on the streets of Manhattan and Los Angeles to raise awareness about the fresh, over easy eggs in Panera Bread’s breakfast sandwiches. Here it is in case you missed it.
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Rick Ross and his feud with the eternally petty 50 Cent hasn’t dominated the news hits for either artist, but a tweet from the Maybach Music Group boss might suggest there’s a new wave going. On Sunday, Rozay posted a tweet that seemed to suggest he wasn’t feeling the fact his artist Meek Mill and Fif recently rocked the stage in Miami together.
Last Friday in Las Vegas, Houston Rockets All-Star James Harden hosted a star-studded bash for his 27th birthday that featured 50 Cent, Meek Mill, Chance The Rapper, Young Jeezy, and Trey Songz in the surprise show. At one point during the set, Mill joined Fif onstage to perform the opening and title cut from his 2012 debut studio album Dreams and Nightmares according to a Hot New Hip Hop report.
Ross’ tweet could have been about anything, but there seemed to be an edge to the words.
“When you switch sides, you better stay there, Ross tweeted. Yikes.
It could just be a coincidental case but Rick Ross is a man that values loyalty over everything so maybe there’s more to come from this ominous jab in the dark.
When you switch sides,you better stay there.
— Yung Rénzél 🏇 (@RickRoss) August 27, 2017
Chance The Rapper, Meek Mill, 50 Cent, Jeezy, Trey Songz, Allen Iverson, & James Harden all on the same stage 🔥 pic.twitter.com/QG0t6SAX7q
— Durtty Boyz Hot 1079 (@TheDurttyBoyz) August 26, 2017
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The glory from the 2012 classic good kid, m.A.A.d city was Kendrick Lamar’s but you’ll find plenty of fans and critics who will argue that his TDE labelmate Jay Rock had the verse. On the song “Money Trees,” the two MCs traded cleverly worded bars while specifically touching on how the root of evil leads not only to bad decisions in the hood, it also challenges close-knit friendships; even when blood ties are involved.
Topically, it was music worth treasuring and to jumpstart the campaign for his long-awaited sophomore album, Jay Rock rocks dolo on its sequel, “Money Trees Deuce.” Although duets (especially with K. Dot are always appreciated) the original Top Dawg gatekeeper has three verses worth of calculative rhymes to get off his chest and the record becomes its own man outside of the aforementioned song’s shadow. Producers Flippa and J Proof help put Rock’s poetry in motion with a serene instrumental that accented with light horns and a slow-moving drum cadence.
Listen to Jay Rock’s “Money Trees Deuce” and be sure to tell Top how you like it on Twitter.
Photo: Instagram/Jay Rock
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