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Sandra Rose reports,

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of R&B singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, turned 22 years old at Emory hospital in Atlanta, where she remains on life support after drowning in a bathtub on Jan. 31.

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Chris Brown is the father of a 9-month-old baby girl, according to TMZ.

The baby’s mother is a 31-year-old former model named Nia — who we’re told has known Chris for several years.

Sources connected to both Nia and Chris tell us they are on very good terms — however they’re not together romantically. We’re told 25-year-old Chris is happy about being a father.

It does not appear there is a formal child support order in place — and we do not know the nature of any informal terms of support.

Chris Brown’s girlfriend Karrueche responds back on twitter:

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Newly released pictures of Prince have surfaced…back when he was in junior high school on the basketball team. WOW check out the fro…ironically that is the same hair style he is rocking right now. He former coach had this to say:

“Prince was an excellent player; he was like the sixth or seventh man. He was an excellent ball handler, a good shooter and very short (5’2″),” said Richard Robinson, his former basketball coach.

“Probably with a different group of people he would have been a starter. But, as they turned out, they were probably the best ball team that ever came along at Central [High School]. I knew he wanted to be starting and felt he should be starting. He was unhappy and he expressed that many, many times.”

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After debuting the song last week at the recent BRIT Awards, Kanye West released the studio version of “All Day” featuring Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London. The song premiered on Power 106. The record is produced by French Montana and Velous. The song is as epic as the fiery performance from the award show. The musical tone from ‘Ye’s new music (“Only One,” “Wolves” and “FourFiveSeconds”) has been very toned down and softer.  ”All Day” is the complete opposite.  ”You an actor, you should be on Broadway, nigga / Cause you do shit the broad way, nigga / Your bitch got an ass, but my broad way thicker / Late for the class, in the hallway, nigga / Yeah, the dropout at it as always, nigga” raps Yeezy. Last night, ‘Ye revealed the album cover and name for the project, So Help Me God. There’s no word when it will drop.

Over ridiculous drums, Kanye delivers two solid verse. Velous, a 21-year-old out of Kingston, New York, says he initially gave the track to French. Kingdom’s is featured on the hook—if you don’t know about him, read up on the young upstar there—while London provides back-up vocals. T.L. recently discussed “All Day” and revealed a few details about the project. At the 4:17 second mark, the whole track takes a left and turns into this really trippy beat with some sick strings from Paul McCartney. The ending is a sample of a McCartney whistle outro that was redone. ”All Day” is off So Help Me God.  Kanye West reportedly hit the studio with Skepta. A man name Jonny Park who met ‘Ye at the adidas Originals store said that Kanye is working with Skepta in the studio.

Listen to “All Day” below and and purchase the song on iTunes now. The list of the composers for “All Day” is very interesting. Here it is: Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Tyler Bryant, Kendrick Lamar, Karim Kharbouch, Cydel Young, Victor Mensa, Mike Dean, Che Pope, Noah Goldstein, Allen Ritter, Mario Winans, Charles Njapa, Malik Yusef Jones, Patrick Reynolds, Ernest Brown and Noel Ellis.

 

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On this day in hip-hop history…

Three monumental hip-hop albums just so happened to drop on Mar. 3. Each of these albums is a pillar in the history of early hip-hop for helping to shape the sound of the streets, the times and the music we know and love today. Presenting, the trifecta…

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1987: On Mar. 3, 1987, Boogie Down Productions officially set the scene for East Coast gangsta rap with their debut album, Criminal Minded. Featuring KRS-One, D-Nice and DJ Scott La Rock and released under B-Boy Records, Criminal Minded spoke to the kids of South Bronx, NY (a.k.a the “Boogie Down”), telling stories of drug wars and prostitution while incorporating reggae and rock influences. One of the biggest singles off the album, “South Bronx,” a diss track towards Queens MC’s, samples James Brown’s “Get Up Offa That Thing” and “Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved.” Criminal Minded is widely considered one of the most influential rap albums of all time.

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1989: Long Island hip-hop trio De La Soul brought alternative jazz-rap to the masses on Mar. 3, 1989 with their debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising. As the first album from Posdnuos, Dave and Maseo, 3 Feet High and Rising stood out in the midst of the gangsta rap scene and birthed the smash hit, “Me Myself and I,” which peaked at number 34 on the Billboard 100 in 1989. Thanks to the rappers’ comedic hippie personas and social commentary content, 3 Feet High and Rising as an album reached number 24 on Billboard’s 200 and is in Rolling Stone‘s list of Greatest Albums of All Time.

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1998: Geto Boys member Scarface proved he was really down for his set with the Mar. 3, 1998 release of My Homies. The expansive, 30-track, double disc release showcased Scarface’s skills and featured guest appearances by rap titans such as 2Pac and Ice Cube as well as fellow Geto Boys Big Mike, Bushwick Bill and Willie D. “Homies & Thuggs” was the project’s biggest single, showing the world “the hood they called home.” The album reached number 1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200 for 1998.

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