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Cold Summers Ent. boss Lil Eto presents Shawn Brown and his new single entitled "Go." The banging track was produced by super producer Swiff D. Check it out up top and let us know what you think.

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Anthony Mason, the hard nosed former NBA player has died at the age of 48, reports ESPN.

Mason played 13 years in the league after being drafted in the 3rd round by the Portland Trailblazers in 1988. He was cut by Portland before playing a game for the team. A decision I'm sure they regret to this day.


Mason would go on to play 13-seasons in the NBA, for several teams, including the New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks, Milwaukee Bucks, Denver Nuggets, Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat.

He was named Sixth Man of the Year in 1995, as a member of the Knicks.


According to ESPN, Mason had been diagnosed with congestive heart failure earlier this month.

Rest in peace Anthony Mason. Our condolences go out to his family and friends.

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MEXICO CITY (Associated Press) — Servando "La Tuta" Gomez, a former school teacher who became one of Mexico's most-wanted drug lords as head of the Knights Templar cartel, was captured early Friday by federal police as he tried to sneak out of a house wearing a baseball cap and a scarf to hide his identity.

Gomez was arrested at a house in Morelia, the capital of the western state of Michoacan, along with eight bodyguards and associates toting a grenade launcher, three grenades, a machine pistol and assault rifles, National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said.


Gomez and his accomplices were arrested without a shot fired, after a months-long intelligence stakeout in which his associates were identified when they gathered on his birthday Feb. 6 with cakes, soft drinks and food, he said.

Rubido said the key break came months ago when agents identified one of Gomez's most-trusted messengers. A series of such liaisons had apparently supplied Gomez with food, clothing and medicine when he was earlier hiding out in the mountains.

Interior Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong said that "we have caught the most important target in the fight against organized crime."

The 49-year-old Gomez led the Knights Templar, a quasi-religious criminal group that once exercised what Osorio Chong called "absolute control" over Michoacan.

The cartel orchestrated politics, controlled commerce, dictated rules and preached a code of ethics around devotion to God and family, even as it murdered and plundered. The gang lost power when the federal government took over the state to try to restore order in January 2014 after vigilante groups rose up against the cartel. But Gomez evaded capture for more than a year, while other Knights Templar leaders were captured or killed.

Mexico's government had offered a $2 million reward for his capture, and he also was wanted in the United States for conspiracy to import and distribute cocaine.


Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto

"With this arrest, the rule of law is strengthened in the country and we continue to advance toward a Mexico at peace," President Enrique Pena Nieto said on his Twitter account.



Also Friday, authorities announced that Gomez's younger brother, Flavio, had been arrested in Merida in eastern Yucatan state. Flavio Gomez allegedly handled the gang's finances.

Gomez's capture was a badly needed win for Pena Nieto, who has faced widespread criticism since 43 college students disappeared last fall at the hands of local authorities in Guerrero state and conflict-of-interest scandals emerged involving his personal home and that of the country's treasury secretary.


It coincided with Friday's announcement that Pena Nieto's embattled attorney general, Jesus Murillo Karam, would leave his post after months of scathing criticism over his handling of the students' disappearance as well as a case last June in which soldiers killed more than a dozen suspected criminals after they surrendered.

The week opened with film director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu using his Oscar acceptance speech to urge fellow Mexicans to "find and build the government that we deserve." Then Pope Francis warned that drug trafficking would cause the "Mexicanization" of Argentina and Donald Trump urged people not to do business with Mexico.

The DEA congratulated Mexico on Gomez's arrest, saying he led "one of the world's most vicious and violent drug and criminal networks."


The arrest is the latest by Pena Nieto's just over 2-year-old government, which has been aggressive in capturing drug lords, including the biggest capo, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman of the powerful Sinaloa Cartel, in 2014. Of Mexico's top criminal leaders, only Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada of the Sinaloa Cartel remains at large.

"It's a very significant capture and (Gomez) is a very important player," said Eric L. Olson, an analyst specializing in Mexican security and organized crime at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington.

"The bottom line is these captures are important, but one has to keep them in perspective," he added. "They can unleash a lot more conflict and violence — although it's kind of hard to imagine in the case of Michoacan things getting any worse."

It was not immediately clear who, if anyone, would take over the cartel in Michoacan, where the vigilante "self-defense" groups continue to battle each other and the military and federal police.

The likely result will be an "atomization" of the cartel, said Raul Benitez, a security analyst at Mexico's National Autonomous University. He noted that intensified law enforcement in Michoacan already has forced splinter groups into neighboring Guerrero, where they are fighting to control the heroin trade.

Folksy and charismatic with puffy cheeks and a large nose, Gomez rose from teacher to one of Mexico's most ruthless and wanted cartel leaders, dominating the lucrative methamphetamine trade for a time and controlling his home state through extortion, intimidation and coercion.

Rubido said Gomez was behind the murder of 12 Mexican federal law enforcement officers whose bodies were found in July 2009 while he still operated under La Familia. He said the murdered police officers had been on a mission to capture Gomez. Rubido said Gomez started as a marijuana trafficker around 2000, but by 2007 he was already extorting money from municipal governments in Michoacan.

Outspoken and particularly crafty, Gomez often appeared in videos, wearing his signature baseball cap and salt-and-pepper goatee. Put out during his time on the run, the recordings showed him meeting with elected officials, journalists and other influential people, including the son of former Michoacan Gov. Fausto Vallejo, a member of Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party. Vallejo resigned last year for health reasons. Vallejo's interior secretary, Jesus Reyna, and other officials have been jailed for alleged connections to the cartel.

Though his gang started with drugs, it eventually took over the Port of Lazaro Cardenas, one of Mexico's largest seaports, and made more money from illegal mining, logging and extortion than it did from narcotics. Mexico's military took control of the port in late 2013.

People in his hometown of Arteaga in the hills of Michoacan praised him as a humble man who ambled about in sandals and would give poor people money for food, clothing and medical care. They said he mediated disputes such as a traffic accident or child-support battles.

In an interview with a British television crew in January 2014, Gomez said his illegal work was all about business.

"As we told you, we are a necessary evil," Gomez is seen telling a group of townspeople. "Unfortunately or fortunately, we are here. If we weren't, another group would come."


Associated Press writers E. Eduardo Castillo and Peter Orsi contributed to this report.


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Is Will Smith returning to the music scene? The Philadelphia actor and rapper hasn't released a solo album since 2005's Lost and Found, but he's back in the studio with Kanye West.

“I’ve recorded a lot,” said Smith. “I don’t have anything I like yet. I’ve probably recorded seven or eight [songs]. It’s not for certain, it’s just explorative.”


Here's hoping Will decides to record an entire project with West.

Source: BET

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Iggy Azalea releases an official music video for "Trouble" featuring Jennifer Hudson. This is off of Iggy's Reclassified album. Grab it now from iTunes


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Kanye West pulled another strange move earlier this week during a taping of The Jonathan Ross Show on Tuesday, February 24th.

According to The Daily Mail, the rapper performed "Only One," while lying on his back, similar to his performance recently on Saturday Night Live.


However, when he was finished he refused to get up for a conversation as is customary on the British talk show. Ross attempted to joke with West by getting down on the floor and asking him to spoon like he would with his wife, Kim Kardashian.

"If you want to spoon I don’t mind," Ross said. "It’s not as big as Kim’s but it’s all yours."

It didn't work because West never said a word. Instead he stood up and left the set in complete silence.


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LOS ANGELES (Associated Press) — Leonard Nimoy, the actor known and loved by generations of "Star Trek" fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spock, has died.

Nimoy died Friday of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at his Los Angeles home, with family at his side, said his son, Adam Nimoy. He was 83.

Although Nimoy followed his 1966-69 "Star Trek" run with a notable career as both an actor and director, in the public's mind he would always be Spock. His half-human, half-Vulcan character was the calm counterpoint to William Shatner's often-emotional Captain Kirk on one of TV and film's most revered cult series.

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"He affected the lives of many," Adam Nimoy said. "He was also a great guy and my best friend."

Asked if his father chafed at his fans' close identification of him with his character, Adam Nimoy said, "Not in the least. He loved Spock."

His death drew immediate reaction on Earth and in space.

"I loved him like a brother. We will all miss his humor, his talent and his capacity to love," Shatner said.

"Live Long and Prosper, Mr. #Spock!" tweeted Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, aboard the International Space Station.

Nimoy displayed ambivalence to the famous role in the titles of his two autobiographies: "I Am Not Spock" (1975) and "I Am Spock" (1995).


After "Star Trek" ended, the actor immediately joined the hit adventure series "Mission Impossible" as Paris, the mission team's master of disguises.

From 1976 to 1982, he hosted the syndicated TV series "In Search of ... ," which attempted to probe such mysteries as the legend of the Loch Ness Monster and the disappearance of aviator Amelia Earhart.

He played Israeli leader Golda Meir's husband opposite Ingrid Bergman in the TV drama "A Woman Called Golda" and Vincent van Gogh in "Vincent," a one-man stage show on the life of the troubled painter. He continued to work well into his 70s, playing gazillionaire genius William Bell in the Fox series "Fringe."

He also directed several films, including the hit comedy "Three Men and a Baby" and appeared in such plays as "A Streetcar Named Desire," ''Cat on a Hot Tim Roof," ''Fiddler on the Roof," ''The King and I," ''My Fair Lady" and "Equus." He also published books of poems, children's stories and his own photographs.


But he could never really escape the role that took him overnight from bit-part actor status to TV star, and in a 1995 interview he sought to analyze the popularity of Spock, the green-blooded space traveler who aspired to live a life based on pure logic.

People identified with Spock because they "recognize in themselves this wish that they could be logical and avoid the pain of anger and confrontation," Nimoy concluded.

"How many times have we come away from an argument wishing we had said and done something different?" he asked.

In the years immediately after "Star Trek" left television, Nimoy tried to shun the role, but he eventually came to embrace it, lampooning himself on such TV shows as "Futurama," ''Duckman" and "The Simpsons" and in commercials.

He became Spock after "Star Trek" creator Gene Roddenberry was impressed by his work in guest appearances on the TV shows "The Lieutenant" and "Dr. Kildare."


The space adventure set in the 23rd century had an unimpressive debut on NBC on Sept. 8, 1966, and it struggled during its three seasons to find an audience other than teenage boys. It seemed headed for oblivion after it was canceled in 1969, but its dedicated legion of fans, who called themselves Trekkies, kept its memory alive with conventions and fan clubs and constant demands that the cast be reassembled for a movie or another TV show.

Trekkies were particularly fond of Spock, often greeting one another with the Vulcan salute and the Vulcan motto, "Live Long and Prosper," both of which Nimoy was credited with bringing to the character. He pointed out, however, that the hand gesture was actually derived from one used by rabbis during Hebraic benedictions.

When the cast finally was reassembled for "Star Trek — The Motion Picture," in 1979, the film was a huge hit and five sequels followed. Nimoy appeared in all of them and directed two. He also guest starred as an older version of himself in some of the episodes of the show's spinoff TV series, "Star Trek: The Next Generation."

"Of course the role changed my career— or rather, gave me one," he once said. "It made me wealthy by most standards and opened up vast opportunities. It also affected me personally, socially, psychologically, emotionally. ... What started out as a welcome job to a hungry actor has become a constant and ongoing influence in my thinking and lifestyle."

In 2009, he was back in a new big-screen version of "Star Trek," this time playing an older Spock who meets his younger self, played by Zachary Quinto. Critic Roger Ebert called the older Spock "the most human character in the film."

Among those seeing the film was President Barack Obama, whose even manner was often likened to Spock's.

"Everybody was saying I was Spock, so I figured I should check it out," Obama said at the time.

Upon the movie's debut, Nimoy told The Associated Press that in his late 70s he was probably closer than ever to being as comfortable with himself as the logical Spock always appeared to be.

"I know where I'm going, and I know where I've been," he said. He reprised the role in the 2013 sequel "Star Trek Into Darkness."

Born in Boston to Jewish immigrants from Russia, Nimoy was raised in an Italian section of the city where, although he counted many Italian-Americans as his friends, he said he also felt the sting of anti-Semitism growing up.

At age 17 he was cast in a local production of Clifford Odets' "Awake and Sing" as the son in a Jewish family.

"This role, the young man surrounded by a hostile and repressive environment, so touched a responsive chord that I decided to make a career of acting," he said later.

He won a drama scholarship to Boston College but eventually dropped out, moved to California and took acting lessons at the Pasadena Playhouse.

Soon he had lost his "Boston dead-end" accent, hired an agent and began getting small roles in TV series and movies. He played a baseball player in "Rhubarb" and an Indian in "Old Overland Trail."

After service in the Army, he returned to Hollywood, working as taxi driver, vacuum cleaner salesman, movie theater usher and other jobs while looking for acting roles.

In 1954 he married Sandra Zober, a fellow student at the Pasadena Playhouse, and they had two children, Julie and Adam. The couple divorced, and in 1988 he married Susan Bay, a film production executive.

Besides his wife, son and daughter, Nimoy is survived by his stepson, Aaron Bay Schuck. Services will be private, Adam Nimoy said.


AP Television writer Frazier Moore in New York and AP Aerospace writer Marcia Dunn in Cape Canaveral, Florida, contributed to this report. This story contains biographical material compiled by late AP Entertainment Writer Bob Thomas.

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Iggy Azalea and New York radio station Hot 97 have been butting heads ever since the rapper's nemesis Azealia Banks gave an interview in which she criticized her female counterpart.

Iggy stated she would never appear on the station again after that.

Fast forward to a couple of days ago when she gave an interview to Zach Sang and the Gang. Iggy was critical of people in the media she thought she had relationships with only to realize they turn around and use her name to get ratings.


"It's very frustrating for me with them because I'll have personal relationships outside of the media that people maybe don't understand," The "Fancy" hit maker said. "Or realize how deep that goes. And so then I find it particularly offensive when they kind of, I think oftentimes take on the general opinion of others or the viewership to try to get clicks."

Peter Rosenberg believed that diatribe was aimed at him so he fired back. Listen to what he had to say below.

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Joseph Jesse Aldridge Gunned Down Family Members Before Killing Himself

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In what can only be described as a massacre, nine people are dead after shootings at multiple locations in Tyrone, Missouri.

The Houston Herald reports that two bodies were found at a residence after the Texas County Sheriff's Department were called at about 10:15 p.m. Thursday, February 26, by a girl, who reported gunshots in a residence. She escaped by running to a neighbor's house.

Five more fatalities and an injured person were found at three other homes in Tyrone. The injured individual was taken to a local hospital. An elderly woman was found found at another location. It is believed she died of natural causes.


The 36-year-old suspect from Tyrone was later found in a vehicle in Shannon County dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, patrol spokesman Sgt. Jeff Kinder said.


At this point no possible motive for the killings has been revealed. None of the deceased have been publicly identified.


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**UPDATE** February 28


Authorities are still trying to figure out what led a gunman, identified as 36-year-old Joseph Jesse Aldridge, to go on a murderous rampage in the small town of Tyrone, Missouri on Thursday, February 26.

In all eight people, including the gunman, were killed by gunshots. A ninth woman, Alice L. Aldridge, 74, died from natural causes.

The Houston Herald identified four of the shooting victims as Garold Dee Aldridge, 52, and Julie Ann Aldridge, 47, and Harold Wayne Aldridge, 50, and Janell Arlisa Aldridge, 48. Three other victims and a lone survivor were not named.


The killings were shocking to residents of the small town of only 50 people.

“The town is devastated,” resident Nora Shriver told the Kansas City Star. “Half of the town got killed last night.”

The doors to the homes of the victims were unlocked. Aldridge simply walked in and started shooting.

“There were no signs of forced entry, and he apparently just walked in,” Texas County Coroner Tom Whitaker told the Houston Herald. “There were three scenes where the husband and wife were both killed in the bedroom. At the fourth scene, those people were up and actually answered the door.”
Two of thecouples killed were Aldridge's cousins. Alice Aldrige was his mother. He was found inside his car after apparently killing himself.

“Since the perpetrator killed himself, we don’t feel the need to do them,” Whitaker said. “We know why they died and how they died. We are going to do an autopsy on the shooter’s mother. I feel 98-percent sure hers was a natural death,but there’s that little question because of the situation. I’ve been doing this a long time and nothing like this has happened before. But the cooperation between the departments was outstanding and this went about as well as it could have."

Photo source: The Houston Herald

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Elmino DaGreat gives us the visuals to A$AP TyY's haunting track "Chamber Lock" which features a rare & popular clips of the late great A$AP Yams. "Chamber Lock" was shot on location in London and features clips of some of the 500+ bikers he brought out with the @bikelifetv squad while over there. #ASAPlifestyle.

Track Produced by Rodney Hazard


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LONDON (Associated Press) — The world knows him as "Jihadi John," the masked, knife-wielding militant in videos showing Western hostages being beheaded by the Islamic State group. On Thursday he was identified as a London-raised university graduate known to British intelligence for more than five years.

The British-accented militant from the chilling videos is Mohammed Emwazi, a man in his mid-20s who was born in Kuwait and raised in a modest, mixed-income area of west London.

No one answered the door at the brick row house where Emwazi's family is said to have lived. Neighbors in the area of public housing projects either declined comment or said they didn't know the family.

British anti-terror officials wouldn't confirm the man's identity, citing a "live counterterrorism investigation." But a well-placed Western official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to speak publicly, confirmed he is Emwazi.

One man who knew Emwazi portrayed him as compassionate, a description completely at odds with the cruelty attributed to him.

"The Mohammed that I knew was extremely kind, extremely gentle, extremely soft-spoken, was the most humble young person that I knew," said Asim Qureshi of CAGE, a London-based advocacy group that counsels Muslims in conflict with British intelligence services.


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Qureshi noted strong similarities between the man in the beheading videos and Emwazi, who he first met in 2009. But, "I can't be 100 percent certain."

"The guy's got a hood on his head. It's very, very difficult," Qureshi said, adding that his last contact with Emwazi was in January 2012.

Asked whether it was helpful or hurtful to have the jihadi publicly identified, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that investigators over the last several months "have found it to their advantage to not talk publicly about the details or progress of that investigation." He didn't confirm the identity of the suspect.

The Center for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence at King's College London, which closely tracks fighters in Syria, said it believed the identification was correct.

"Jihadi John" appeared in a video released in August showing the slaying of American journalist James Foley, denouncing the West before the killing. Former captives identified him as one of a group of British militants that prisoners had nicknamed "The Beatles."


Jihadi John (left) at age 11

A man with similar stature and voice was also featured in videos of the killings of American journalist Steven Sotloff, Britons David Haines and Alan Hemming, and U.S. aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig.


David Haines (left) was murdered by ISIS and Jihadi John

The Washington Post and the BBC, which first identified the masked man in the video as Emwazi, said he was born in Kuwait, grew up in west London and studied computer programming at the University of Westminster. The university confirmed that a student of that name graduated in 2009.

"If these allegations are true, we are shocked and sickened by the news," the university said in a statement.

The news outlets said Emwazi was known to British authorities before he traveled to Syria in 2012, and Qureshi said Emwazi had accused British intelligence agents of harassing him.

Emwazi first contacted CAGE in 2009, Qureshi said. He had traveled to Tanzania with two other men after leaving university, but was deported and questioned in Amsterdam by British and Dutch intelligence services, who suspected him of attempting to join al-Shabaab militants in Somalia.

The following year, Emwazi accused the British intelligence services of preventing him from traveling to Kuwait, where he planned to work and marry.

CAGE quoted an email Emwazi had sent saying, "I had a job waiting for me and marriage to get started. But now I feel like a prisoner, only not in a cage, in London."

Qureshi accused British authorities of alienating and radicalizing young British Muslims with heavy-handed policies.

"When we treat people as if they are outsiders, they will inevitably feel like outsiders, and they will look for belonging elsewhere," he said.

Congregants leaving a mosque in the west London neighborhood where Emwazi is believed to have lived said they didn't know Emwazi and didn't believe he had worshipped there.

Neighbor Janine Kintenda, 47, who said she'd lived in the area for 16 years, was shocked at the news.

"Oh my God," she said, lifting her hand to her mouth. "This is bad. This is bad."

Shiraz Maher of the King's College radicalization center said he was investigating whether Emwazi was among a group of young west Londoners who traveled to Syria in about 2012.

Many of them are now dead, including Mohammad el-Araj, Ibrahim al-Mazwagi and Choukri Ellekhlifi, all killed in 2013.

Maher said it appears that Emwazi survived, and has become one of the most prominent members of the Islamic State group, a fighter whose confidence and Western accent are calculated to strike fear into viewers of the group's grisly videos.

Maher said Emwazi's background was similar to that of other British jihadis, and disproved the idea "that these guys are all impoverished, that they're coming from deprived backgrounds."

"They are by and large upwardly mobile people, well educated," he said.

The daughter of British aid worker Haines, who was killed in September, told ITV News that identifying the masked man was "a good step."

"But I think all the families will feel closure and relief once there's a bullet between his eyes," Bethany Haines said.

Sotloff's family said they felt "relieved" and "take comfort" after Emwazi's identity was revealed, and hope he will be caught and sent to prison.

"We want to sit in a courtroom, watch him sentenced and see him sent to a super-max prison where he will spend the rest of his life in isolation," family spokesman Barak Barfi told the BBC.


Associated Press writers Raphael Satter and Danica Kirka in London, and Eric Tucker and Nancy Benac in Washington contributed to this report.

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Take a listen to Cannibal Ox's new album entitled "Blade of the Ronin." It will be released on March 3rd. Pre-order from iTunes


1.  Cipher Unknown (Intro)
2.  Opposite of Desolate
featuring Double A.B.
3.  Psalm 82
4.  The Power Cosmiq
featuring Kenyattah Black
5.  Blade: The Art of Ox
featuring ArtifactsU-God (of Wu-Tang Clan)
6.  Pressure of Survival (Skit)
7.  Carnivorous
featuring ElzhiBill Cosmiq
8.  Thunder In July
featuring SpaceSwave SevahElohem Star
9.  Water
10.  The Horizon (Interlude)
11.  Harlem Knights
12.  Sabertooth
featuring IrealzBill Cosmiq
13.  Iron Rose
featuring M.F. DOOM
14.  Solar System (Cosmos) (Skit)
15.  The Fire Rises
16.  Gotham (Ox City)
17.  Unison (Skit)
18.  Vision
featuring The Quantum


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Here's some new heat from DJ Kay Slay off of his forthcoming project entitled "The Industry Purge." The Drama King recruits Dave East, Ransom and Jon Connor for "Undefeated."

Follow DJ Kay Slay on Twitter and Instagram @RealDjKayslay


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