Kodak Black delivers the Florida Gators theme video for his Isaac Hayes’ “Hung Up On My Baby,” sampled track “Transportin” a track from his recently released project Project Baby 2. “It’s a Kodak moment, yeah,” he raps. “Bought it ’cause I want it, yeah / I be on the corner, yeah / Fuck the law enforcement man / Project Baby got no stroller but I keep pushing.” Watch below.
After releasing the singles “Malibu” and “Arms,” Desiigner rolls thru with his MurdaBeatz-produced track “Formula.” “My bitch, coco,” he raps. “Your bitch, ocho / Bad bitch, loco / Courtside with a bad bitch / You gon’ think she has the formula.” The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is preparing to release his debut album Liife of Desiigner. Listen below.
Yo Gotti and Nicki Minaj bring in the Benny Boom directed video for their Billboard 200 collaboration “Rake It Up. The fast pace clip you can find money growing on trees, Nicki and Blac Chyna squaring off in a race and Nicki twerking in a pink kiddie pool. “Rake It Up” is a single off Yo Gotti and Mike WiLL Made-It’s Gotti Made-It EP. Watch below.
Chanel West Coast bid farewell to the ex on her single “New Bae,” featuring Safaree. “I already got a new bae,” she sings. “Motherfucker, you’re too late / You say that you’re sorry, but I can’t believe that you’d treat me this way / You tried to come back in my life but you already know that it’s too late / ‘Cause I got a new bae.” Listen below.
TMZ reported Mystikal AKA Michael Tyler and Averweone Holman has been arrested and charged with first degree rape in Shreveport, La. After a warrant for his arrest was issued last week, the New Orleans rapper turned himself in to Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Department on yesterday (Aug. 21). Law enforcement found DNA matching the 46-year-old rapper, to an alleged 2016 sexual assault of a woman at a local casino. Mystikal denies all allegations and plans on pleading not guilty. In the meantime, bail is set at $2 million. After serving six years in prison for the exact same charge, would you be so open to Read More
Stemming from four lawsuits, three women and one man all claiming they were exposed to herpes without their knowledge, Usher is turning that negative energy into something positive returning to the studio. The R&B star has been in the lab working on “Confessions Part III” with Jermaine Dupri, Rico Love and Bryan-Michael Cox. The project serves as the third trilogy of Usher’s best-selling album 2004’s Confessions which sold 10 million copies in the U.S. and produce No. 1 hits like “Yeah!,” “Burn,” and “My Boo.”
Jacquees issues out the video for the Ty Dolla $ign and Quavo assisted remix to his hit single “B.E.D” the lead single off last year’s LP Mood. Directed by BPACE and Quees himself, the clip features KeKe Palmer as the hair braider, a house party and a steamy love scene. Watch below.
Trey Songz plead guilty to two misdemeanor charges of disturbing the peace. The charges stem from his 2016 meltdown at Joe Louis Arena in December. Songz was sentence to 18 months of probation, including anger management classes, mandatory drug tests, and a fine. This is considered a slap on the wrist compared to the four years he could’ve gotten. Really this ish is stupid, they could’ve let him off with a warning for breaking his own shit.
Sammie returns with “Too Long” the lead single of his upcoming album Coming of Age set to be released this September. For those that don’t remember Sammie hit the scene eighteen years ago with his debut single “I Like It,” and now at 30 he’s proving he is all grown up. The project is available now for pre-order and will include appearances from Rick Ross and Eric Bellinger. Listen below.
Lil Wayne surprises fans with his 4th of July-inspired EP In Tune We Trust. The project features four tracks including his remix to Playboi Carti’s “Magnolia,” and appearances from Jeezy, Gudda Gudda, HoodyBaby, Jay Jones, and Euro, plus production from Mike WiLL Made-It, Rio, Kamo, and Kaliphat. “Wait for Carter V to drop,” Wayne raps on “Magnolia.” “It’s the Roc / I’m throwing up the Roc / I ain’t from Magnolia but Tunechi still a soldier / And rest in peace to Soulja, ’cause he was real Magnolia.” Wayne discussed his reasons for the release of the ep over Instagram. “Im STILL trying to Read More