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Ask Peta: D.R.A.M. Will Do Anything For His Broccoli

D.R.A.M. loves his weed and his broccoli, bruh. 

The very thought of rappers transforming into vegans would have been pretty laughable a few years ago. When rappers were spending all their lunch money at Mr. Chows and guzzling bottles of Alizé on the reg -- few were thinking about the health risks involved.

READ: D.R.A.M Finally Delivers His Debut Album, ‘Big Baby D.R.A.M.’

We are in different times now, though. Rappers are becoming more socially aware and have been using their name to do more than promote liquor brands and clothing. One prime example is the Grammy nominated artist D.R.A.M. He recently has teamed up with Peta for a new ad to promote healthier eating habits for young people with the consumption of more “greenery.” Earlier in 2016, D.R.A.M dropped a song featuring Lil' Yachty titled “Broccoli” which the commercial plays off of.

READ: D.R.A.M. Showers The Streets With Money In His “Cash Machine” Video

Initially D.R.A.M.’s fans may think of weed when “greenery” is mentioned but the artist is trying to inspire people to live better and most importantly: consume more green vegetables. The video shows D.R.A.M. speaking to his friends as if he is about to roll up a whole pound of some high grade herb but instead he brings out a big plate of broccoli.

HILARIOUS.

(via Billboard)

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Anderson .Paak Brings "Anywhere" Performance To 'The Daily Show'

Bringing his Oxnard album to life, Anderson .Paak brought a mellow version of his artful collaboration track "Anywhere" to The Daily Show With Trevor Noah.

Originally recorded alongside California legend Snoop Dogg, the Last Artful, and Dodgr, the 32-year-old took a different approach to the mid-tempo bop. Stripping the track of its features and combining the passionate sounds of live instrumentalists and a voice changer to back the vocals under his singing, this performance shows off .Paak's many talents.

Seated at a drum set, the "Tints" rapper counts of the performance clanking the candy cane looking drumsticks together before being joined by a trumpet player and pianist.

"We'll get back to all that ghetto sh*t we like/But for now just let me hold you all night/Cheek to cheek just like they do in the movies/Tonight, baby, I want your love on time/As soon as I put this on/Cutie pie, you're the reason why/As soon as I put this on," the Oxnard, Calif. native sang.

 

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Prepping for his newly announced world tour Andy's Beach Club, which is set to begin shortly after the start of the new year, fans can expect to see the Malibu rapper showing off his many musical abilities during his shows.

Watch Anderson .Paak perform "Anywhere" below.

READ MORE: Anderson .Paak To Take 'Oxnard' On An 'Andy's Beach World Tour'

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Kevin Gates Drops Visual For "M.A.T.A. (Make America Trap Again)"

Kevin Gates has released the visual for "M.A.T.A. (Make America Great Again)."

Delivered on Monday (Dec. 3), the official music video for the track arrives months after its placement on Gates' newest mixtape, Luca Brasi 3.

The visual for the fan-favorite was first teased earlier this weekend, when Gates posted a controversial presidential clip where Donald Trump can be seen being frightened by gunshots just as he's about to finish his infamous "Make America Great Again" tagline.

 

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We will Make America Trap Again. #MATA video coming soon #LucaBrasi3

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Shot at the "House On Carolina," the three-minute video gives fans insight to Gates' latest business venture. Dabbling in the world of escape rooms, "House On Carolina" is a Los Angeles-based venue that was created to replicate one of Gates' Baton Rouge trap houses.

Luca Brasi 3 is the third volume in Gates' Luca Brasi series and follows 2014's Luca Brasi 2: A Gangsta Grillz Special Edition. Next up for Gates is the Dec. 4 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! where he will perform alongside Gucci Mane for "I'm Not Goin."

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READ MORE: Kevin Gates Compares Social Injustice To Bullying, Criticizes Silent Protests

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Premiere: Ilham Taps Arin Ray For 'Cycle Of Games' Video

Singer Ilham takes a sultry approach at R&B for her new single, "Cycle Of Games."

Partnering with Arin Ray to bring a masculine spin into this track about betrayal and heartache, the sensual track combines the smooth sounds of keyboard instruments and artificial beats to tackle the tough topics.

“We all go through patterns in relationships whether it's friendship, romantic or even a work relationship where it gets toxic and we usually don't notice until it's long overdue to leave," says the rising talent. "Where is the line drawn between weakness or strength? I felt to answer that question that I needed Arin Ray to add a male perspective to it all.”

In the Bobby Hanaford-directed clip takes a minimalist approach as the artists bring this track to life in an abandoned house. While duking it out, the pseudo-couple appears to try and connect with each other but their efforts may be for nothing.

 

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Coming in at just a little over four minutes, the vulnerable track attempts to "push the limits of social constructs, striving to make music that gives girls voices to speak up." Honoring the likes of inclusion, progression, and ownership of permission over their bodies and emotions, the young singer aims to be a new voice for the next generation.

"Cycle of Games" comes from the Queensbridge songstress' debut EP, 41-10, featuring Dave East and Arin Ray.

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