Tamar Braxton unleashes “My Man,” the first single from her forthcoming album since 2015’s Calling All Lovers. Inspired by her parents, Evelyn Braxton and Michael Conrad Braxton Sr. the story was revealed on the latest episode of “Braxton Family Values.” “Boy, you let me down,” she sings. “I am so confused / I stood right by your side / Through everything that you went through / Why is she around, why are you so cruel?” Listen below.
Wale releases his fifth studio album SHINE little bit early. Featuring appearances from Serving as the follow-up to 2015’s The Album About Nothing, the project includes 14-tracks including features from Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Major Lazer, WizKid, G-Eazy, J Balvin, and Travis Scott. Wale is scheduled to hit the road on his “Shine Tour,” kicking off on May 5 in Atlanta.
Mary J. Blige proves life goes on after the end of a relationship with her latest album Strength of a Woman available on Apple music for streaming. Inspired by the divorce from her longtime husband Kendu Isaacs, the 14-track project features the previously-released singles “Thick of It,” “U + Me (Love Lesson)” and “Love Yourself” featuring Kanye West. It was hard because of the pain, but it was good to get it out,” Mary said during a interview with NPR. “It made me cry, and then I had to go sing it and cry and get through it. But I Read More
The internet has been buzzing with the thought of a collaboration and now it’s finally here. Katy Perry releases her Migos- assisted single “Bon Appétit.” “Got me spread like a buffet / Bon appétit, baby,” she sings. The single serves as the second release off Katy’s upcoming album with the Skip Marley-assisted “Chained to the Rhythm” as the first. Listen below.
Kevin Gates has served five out of six months for battery after kicking a female fan in the face. Upon his release, officials uncovered an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court related to a 2013 case. On Wednesday (Apr. 26), the Baton Rouge rapper pled guilty to felony gun possession at the Cook County Sheriff’s Office in Illinois and has been sentenced to 30 months in prison. Gates has been in jail since March 30 and is now set to be transferred to the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Lil Kodak has been found guilty of violating the terms of his house arrest. On Wednesday (Apr. 26), Judge Thomas M. Lynch found Black guilty on five of six counts. The 19-year-old whose real name is Dieuson Octave went to a Miami-Dade strip club, a boxing match in Ohio, and other places without authorization from his probation officer. According to TMZ, Black will remain in custody until his next hearing on May 4, where he will be sentenced. Prosecutors are pushing for the max, eight years in jail.
Uncle Murda brings to light his new anthem for the streets “Statute of Limitations,” featuring his G-Unit boss 50 Cent. “My man stopped my engineer from recording me,” Murda raps. “Fuck what they think they know, they can’t prove shit / He like, ‘I hear you, my ni**a, but this ain’t how we do shit’ / I know he right, but I don’t want to hear it / I’m spitting in police face and I’m hoping they hear it.” This serves as Murda’s first release since last year’s mixtape Yellow Tape with Maino. Currently the G-unit signee is readying his G-Unit debut, Read More
Jeremih turns Montell Jordan’s “Get It On Tonite” into something fanatastic. The R&B crooner drops off the video to his Chris Brown and Big Sean assisted track “I Think of You.” In the Daniel Cz directed clip, the duo takes it back to the hiphop days where colorful outfits and boomboxes were in. Each one of the guys take a stab at trying to win the affection of a beautiful lady. “I Think of You,” serves as the lead single off Jeremih’s upcoming album Later That Night, set to be released this summer. Watch below.
While on his “Kloser 2 U Tour,” Lil Wayne stopped in the middle of a performance in Garden City, Idaho on Sunday (Apr. 23) because a fan threw a drink on stage. The cup didn’t hit the Young Money boss but he wasn’t having it. Tunechi ended up stopping the event. “Show over,” he said. “Whoever the ni**a is in the building, he just ruined y’all time. Show over.” Wait theres more. Watch below.
With his group Migos still high off their platinum-selling album Culture and performing at Coachella, Offset still manages to do his own thing. The Atlanta rapper comes thru with “Monday,” his OG Parker and Deko produced track dedicated to money-making moves and taking other people’s women.nd “I got money across the country,” he boasts. “Fucking on a thot every Monday / Drop my top, let the roof loose / Look at these diamonds, Fruit Loops / Ride like the president, bulletproof / Shoot it all you want, you won’t get it through.” Listen below.