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Appeals court: Judge was right to revive grizzly protections

Matthew Brown, Associated Press Updated 6:41 pm CDT, Wednesday, July 8, 2020 FILE - In this Sept. 25, 2013 file photo, a grizzly bear cub searches for fallen fruit beneath an apple tree a few miles from the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park in Gardiner, Mont. Wyoming and U.S. officials are urging an appeals court…

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Dell intros white XPS 15, new XPS Desktop and 32-inch curved 4K screen

The Dell XPS 15, available this summer in frosty white, formerly the sole domain of its 13-inch sibling. Dell If you always yearned for a white Dell XPS laptop but needed something bigger than 13 inches, now you're in luck: Dell has expanded its white scheme to the 2020 models of the XPS 15, as…

Nick Grant Skydives in VR, Explains Favorite Storyline on ‘Dreamin’ Aloud’

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Returning with the follow-up to his Return Of The Cool debut, Nick Grant recently released his most current Dreamin’ Out Loud job stacked with tracks. The experienced MC stopped by Fuse for a virtual truth check all while discussing the 14- track album and how it feels to be in the conversation of some of the greatest MCs.

With a virtual reality headset over his eyes, the lyricist dives into his most current “filled with dynamic storylines” project. Admitting his fear of heights and virtually resting on an airplane filled with males equipped to skydive, Grant discusses his favorite storyline on the mixtape.

” My preferred storyline is about black females and the ladies that raised me in my life,” says the 29- year-old before to asking to be tossed out the plane. “You understand all females in basic, but, you understand, this was me just basically being restorative about the women that helped altered my life and raised me.”

The South Carolina native also discuss the present state of hip-hop, how it took a while for him to adapt to the “state of the video game” and his fans comparing him to other heavy-hitter rap artists like J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar

Watch Grant try to dominate his fear of heights and go through one hell of a VR experience above. Below, toss it back to 2013 when J. Cole discussed being “truly hurt” by negative reactions to single “Let Nas Down.”

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