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Still commemorating his Shady Records 15-year anniversary, Eminem’s new mixtape Shady Classics gathers all the label’s hit singles, remixes, freestyles and fan favorites on one project. Totaling a whopping 66 tracks, Shady Classics includes music from Em, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Yelawolf and more. The mixtape is hosted by Eminem and DJ Whoo Kid, and comes ahead of the Shady XV compilation release on Nov. 24.

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After being on New York’s Hot 97 radio station for 21 years, DJ Mister Cee has called it quits for the second time, according to XXL.

The veteran DJ, who discovered the late Notorious B.I.G., took to Instagram to talk about it his resignation. He writes:

“So every Friday after I would go off the air @ 1pm, I would stay @hot97 and prepare for my Friday Nite Live show,” wrote Big Daddy Kane’s former DJ. I would sit in this corner of the studio all day on Friday. Somebody just sent me a pic showing me respect by not sitting in [the] corner today. Yall cats at Hot 97 is making me feel like Derek Jeter today. Thank you. Love you all.”
Funkmaster Flex also went on social media to tell listeners that Cee was leaving. “Resignation Alert!!! Today will be @djmistercee last day on @hot97!!! Tune in and wish him well,” he wrote.

This is the Brooklyn native’s second resignation at the station, as he first called it quits after his third arrest for soliciting a transgender prostitute a while back. He eventually pled guilty to the charges, and gave a tearful admission on air about struggling with his sexuality.

“I never had actual sexual intercourse with another man, and vice versa,” he said. “I just feel like I let a lot of people down.”

However, this time there was no official reason why Cee turned in his resignation, and there was no mention of him quitting because of legal problems or another arrest.

This is the second high profile resignation at Hot 97, as Angie Martinez left the station back in June.

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People reports,

Bill Cosby took his comedy show on the road Thursday in the Bahamas as controversy surrounds him at home.

The 77-year-old entertainer performed in a small theater at the Atlantis resort in Nassau as part of a benefit for a women’s service organization, making no mention of the allegations of sexual assault by several women that have resurfaced in recent days.

Cosby stuck to his familiar routine of anecdotes about his life, including stories about his childhood growing up in the projects of Philadelphia and some observations about life in the Bahamas drawn from previous visits to the island chain. Several members of the audience, which included some prominent Bahamians who came to the fundraiser to support the Nassau chapter of The Links, had no trouble ignoring allegations that he drugged and sexually abused women.

“I think everybody is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty,” said Alfred Sears, an official with the College of the Bahamas and a former attorney general. “Tonight is for a cause, and I think that he has contributed to the cause. In terms of the other issues, the court of law and the court of public opinion will deal with those issues.”

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Singer “Monica” Brown is venturing into a new profession as a nurse!! Yes that’s right a nurse. She posted this:

“I have other dreams and aspirations so I Pursue them when my babies are asleep & my musics done!! Moral of the story #WeCanIfWeBelieve never give up on your dreams #YOUCAN #BeenAtWorkSince7yesterday #ThankGODforMyMomAndPa #ScrubsAndAMandatoryThermal #DatHawkBITIN LOL??? #UKnowItsColdWhenIGetThisPale LOL”

Get this, Monica works a 12-hour night shift (7p-7a) at a medical facility while her parents watch the kids…Romelo and Rocko and daughter Laiyah.

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CNN reports,

Director Mike Nichols, one of the few people to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony award, died Wednesday evening, according to a note from ABC News’ president to its staff.

Nichols, 83, who directed “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” and “The Graduate,” was the husband of former “ABC World News” anchor Diane Sawyer.

Born Michael Igor Peschkowsky in Berlin in 1931, Nichols got his start as a stage performer, and in the 1950s co-founded the Chicago-based comedy troupe Second City, which honed comedians including John Belushi and Bill Murray.

As recounted in the book “Faces of America,” a young Nichols arrived in the United States knowing only two phrases: “I don’t speak English” and “Please, don’t kiss me.” The family changed its last name to Nichols after settling in New York City, where the family patriarch established a medical practice.

He moved behind the scenes and directed Robert Redford and Elizabeth Ashley in “Barefoot in the Park,” which won him his first Tony in 1964. More acclaim would follow for his work on the big screen, with films like “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” “Silkwood” and “The Graduate,” for which he won an Academy Award for best director in 1967.

His last film as director was 2007’s “Charlie Wilson’s War.”

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