A wild night in California provided inspiration for Amir Obe’s recent EP “Won’t Find Love In The Hills”, which premiered on Billboard. The Brooklyn by way of Detroit rapper breaks down the phases of his follow up to “Happening In The Grey Area”, loaded with three reflective cuts that see the rhymer on an emotional wave. On the EP’s opening track, “Before The Vomit”,  Obe’s thoughts  while sober spill out after getting lit during a trip to Los Angeles night spot 1OAK. Obe  then goes into “Took You Seriously”, which he describes as the “hangover” record. He teamed with frequent producer Nylz and recollects his thoughts from “Before The Vomit” for a WTF moment the morning after track. The third and final track, “One Night Thing”, according to Obe, is a “dive back into being confident.” “Won’t Find Love In The Hills” is now available on iTunes. He will also deliver his catalog at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right next month. Singer Chris Brown has some advice for blacks who have been harassed at Donald Trump rallies across the country: stop playing nice. Brown went off on another of his patented Instagram rants expressing his frustration with the way minorities have been treated by supporters of the Republican presidential front runner. Brown wrote, “Man this s*** is crazy. Black people getting assaulted at f**ing rallies where you’re suppose to talk at, Trump and all that bullsh*t. What  you need to start doing, all these black people, go together 40, 50 deep, see what they do then. Keep touching us mother**ker.” Brown’s rant comes on the  hills of Mac Miller’s rage against the candidate. The Pittsburg native tweeted about Trump writing, “Just please don’t elect this mother**ker man.” He also sounded off on Trump during an appearance on “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore”. Miller said during the beginning of his diatribe,” I f***hate you Donald Trump.” He’s isn’t alone. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Krayzie Bone has revealed the reasons for cutting short a tour of Canada: he’s battling sarcoidosis, an autoimmune disease that attacks the lungs and lymph nodes of the chest. Bone told TMZ that he believes he suffered an intense case of pneumonia due to his sarcoidosis medication weakening his immune system. It’s the same condition that took the life of comedian Bernie Mack in 2008. Krayzie was reportedly ordered to nix the remaining dates of the tour and return to Los Angeles for treatment. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony has four U.S. dates on tap for  later this month, followed by a pair of Brazil shows in April, more U.S. shows and a show in Australia as well. None of those shows have been canceled at this time. Rapper/singer ELHAE is bringing rhythm and blues back to Atlanta. The North Dakota born Atlanta Ga transplant, whose moniker stands for “Every Life Has An Ending”, which is a phrase he wrote as part of a free verse in high school, weaves church-bred soul with unfiltered bars while pouring his heart out on wax. He released his new project “All Have Fallen” on March 11.