Hot Clicks: Young Thug and The Game Diss Each Other
KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.
Made it to the middle of the week with your sanity intact? Good. Let's catch you up on today's hottest stories before you wind down. Find out where Tyga too Kylie Jenner, what scientists said about hip-hop's role in American culture and the situation brewing between Young Thug and The Game.
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Jordan Brand is re-releasing the Air Jordan 20, which was first released in February 2005. The "Playoffs" will launch in stories on May 9, 2015.
Fetty Wap appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform his hot song, "Trap Queen". He performed with the legendary Roots band and sounded as good as the recording.
Tyga ignored Cal State Fullerton's request to not bring Kylie Jenner to his performance. The show was 18-and-up and Kylie Jenner is still underage at 17 years of age.
It turns out that American hip-hop has had the biggest impact on the country's cultural history. Research teams from Queen Mary, University of London, Imperial College and Last.fm analyzed songs that appeared on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart between 1960 and 2010 and found hip-hop was part of three musical revolutions.
The Game recently spoke out against Young Thug at a show in New Orleans. Young Thug responded in kind on Instagram, sparking a back-and-forth between the two men.