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I don't have time to blog . . . I have a job.

I just recently copped Consequence's new disc, Don't Quit Your Day Job, and it's a great rap collection. Along with Black Milk's Popular Demand, it's one of my favorite rap discs of 2007.

And don't forget -- J.Dilla's Ruff Draft hits stores on March 20. Cop that ish!!

I'm also checking for the new disc from Devin the Dude -- probably one of the most underrated rap artists in the game right now. I'm loving his latest single, "What a Job" (featuring Andre 3000 and Snoop Dogg). It's nice introspective track with Andre and Snoop spitting their most thought-provoking rap verses in a while. I really embraced the lyrics on this excellent song. Devin's CD, Waiting to Inhale, arrives in stores on March 20.

On the dancehall front, who is this cat Collie Buddz? His joint, "Come Around," is tearin' up the clubs. The beat on this is sick. My iPod headbuds rattle every time I played this song. Big-Ups to Collie!

I'm also feeling the new Kelly Rowland ditty, "Like This" (featuring Eve). B-bbbangin'! You go girl!

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have premiered a fun (and funny) new music video for their funky song, "Hump De Bump." The clip is a spoof (or homage?) of Dave Chappelle's 2005 concert film, Block Party. Chris, who is a good friend of RHCPs frontman Anthony Kiedis, directed the clip. "Anthony paged me [asking] if I want to do it," he explains to the Boston Globe. "I paged him back, 'Sure, as long as you guys agree to be the only white people in the video.'" And they are the only white people in the video rocking it out at a block party where there's fun, music and plenty of booty. Chris Rock is the next Hype Williams! Nah, I keed, I keed!

Speaking of Chris Rock, his new flick I Think I Love My Wife, looks like a funny movie. I don't think its going to be the biggest comedy of the year, but as far as a "date movie," this looks good. Peep the uncensored and very funny movie trailer for I Think . . . , right HERE.

And please watch Chris' extremely important Public Service Announcement -- How Not to Get Your Ass Kicked By the Police. It's very . . very informative.