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Eminem unleashes on President Trump

By Deena Zaru, CNN
The Detroit rapper is unleashes on President Donald Trump in a profanity-laced verse on "No Favors" -- a song off fellow Detroit rapper Big Sean's "I Decided" album, which is out Friday.
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 13: (L to R) President-elect Donald Trump and Kanye West stand together in the lobby at Trump Tower, December 13, 2016 in New York City. President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team are in the process of filling cabinet and other high level positions for the new administration.

Kanye West meets with Donald Trump at Trump Tower

By Deena Zaru and Tal Kopan, CNN
Kanye West met with President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday, after he was spotted arriving at Trump Tower in New York City, only days after the rapper first came back into the public eye following his hospitalization.

D.C.'s home of secret shows, 9:30 Club, turns 35

Story by Daniella Diaz; Video by Alex Lee, CNN
It's where Radiohead once played a secret show and former President Bill Clinton hosted his staff when he was once in the White House. The historic 9:30 Club venue in Washington, D.C., turns 35 this month.

Lil Yachty has Lil B to thank for getting into Sanders

By Alex Lee, CNN
When 18-year-old rapper Lil Yachty sat down for his interview with CNN, his posse of mostly hometown friends almost immediately began teasing him. "F--k Donald Trump. Say f--k Donald Trump!" Another voice, an older member of his crew, disagreed.

Vic Mensa explains his Trump outrage

By Deena Zaru and Alex Lee, CNN
Rapper Vic Mensa slammed Donald Trump's "repulsive" response to the Orlando massacre at a gay nightclub and said that with a candidate such as Trump on the Republican side, the "idea of being too jaded" to vote is "incredibly dangerous."

Brandon Wardell: Why it might be time to let go of Sanders

Video by Alex Lee and story by Deena Zaru, CNN
As #WriteInBernie trends on Twitter and #BernieOrBust activists continue to pledge their loyalty to Bernie Sanders -- even after the Vermont senator endorsed Hillary Clinton Tuesday -- comedian and Sanders fan Brandon Wardell told CNN that he is now ready to let go and vote for the former secretary of state.

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