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The rapper has been bringing his 'Under the Influence of Music' tour to many U.S. cities to support the new album, which he claims will be his best work yet.
A judge in El Paso has issued a warrant for the 'Promises' rapper's arrest after he failed to appear in a scheduled court session for his marijuana possession case.
Directed by Gerard Victor, the clip sees the rapper finding love while he hangs out with some friends at a basketball court in a New York City park.
The rapper is not impressed with 'Shell Shocked', a track recorded by Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and Ty Dolla $ign for the upcoming 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'.
Wiz says in a new interview that Tyga didn't tell him personally when he decided to pull out of the tour.
A music video for the track, which appears in the soundtrack of the Michael Bay-directed movie, has been shot and is expected to be released next week.
Ty Dolla $ign, Project Pat, Juicy J and Curren$y are among names who will make guest appearances in Wiz's fifth studio effort that's coming out on August 19.
T-Raww explains on Twitter that he cancels plan to join the tour because he'll be busy working on his new album and a new movie.
The new, slowed-down version of 'We Dem Boys' features the rappers spitting new verses over the mellow production by Sledgren, RMB Justize and Ricky P.
The follow-up to 2012's 'O.N.I.F.C.', which has been preceded by lead single 'We Dem Boys', would arrive on August 19.
The Toronto rapper is also joined by Travis Scott, Tinashe and YG among others at the show which is held as part of Houston Appreciation Weekend.
Talking about the jail selfie, Khalifa explains that he duped a police officer, saying that he needed to call his wife Amber Rose to tell her about the arrest.
The husband of Amber Rose is taken into custody in Texas just before boarding a plane from El Paso to Dallas.
The Hype Williams-directed visuals features the rappers taking over a Miami mansion and being surrounded by several scantily clad ladies.
The annual tour, which is currently in its third year, will open in Scranton, Pennsylvania, on July 24 and conclude in Irvine, California, on August 24.