Slated to be released from Florida’s Polk County Jail on Friday (March 24), Kevin Gates must remain in jail. The Baton Rouge rapper was schedule for release a month early after serving five out of six months for kicking an 18-year-old woman in the face at an August 2015 concert. When being released officials uncovered an outstanding weapons warrant in Illinois. Gates will be extradited to face those weapons charges.
With collaborations like “Turn Me On,” “Where Them Girls At,” and “Hey Mama,” David Guetta tags Nicki Minaj once again for his Lil Wayne-assisted single “Light My Body Up,” a single off Guetta’s upcoming project. “I just started my sentence, like the capital letter,” Nicki raps. “Got bars for years, I hope you send me a letter / No, she’ll never be queen, so now she got a vendetta / I ain’t talkin’ ’bout David, when I say I’ma Guetta.” Listen below.
After weeks of anticipation, Trey Songz releases his seventh studio album Tremaine, the first album since 2014’s Trigga and 2015’s Trigga Reloaded. Threw his faux reality show, “Tremaine The Playboy,” Trigga has released tracks like “Song Goes Off,” “Animal” and “Playboy.” When asked about his two year break from music, Trey said “You get in a dark place and places where you don’t know what’s going on.” “That’s why I haven’t been doing music the last two years. That’s why I haven’t put an album out.” Stream Tremaine below.
Iggy Azalea returns with a new single “Mo Bounce,” the first offering off her upcoming sophomore album Digital Distortion the follow-up to 2014’s The New Classic. “Little bit of ratchet, little boujee, you should all know,” she spits on the Stereotypes and Far East Movement produced banger. “Everybody got opinions, yeah, like assholes / You ain’t gotta worry ’bout those / ‘Cause they assholes / We just came to party.” Listen to “Mo Bounce” below.
With their final album coming this June, TLC is embarking on a “I Love the ’90s – The Party Continues Tour.” “We’re so excited to get back on the road this summer and give our fans some new TLC music along with our original hits,” said T-Boz and Chilli. “Being able to headline this tour with our friends and peers from the ’90s is SO AMAZING!” Set to launch on July 7 in Everett, Washington, the trek will hit Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New Orleans, wrapping up Sept. 16 in Chicago. T-Boz and Chilli won’t be they only 90’s acts Read More
On Saturday, Drake debut his long-awaited album More Life over OVOSOUND Radio. “The style in which it’s being put together is based off of our concept that is OVOSOUND Radio,” he explained. “I love the way it’s put together. It’s really put together as a seamless listen. Basically, what I asked myself was, ‘What would happen if I just did an OVOSOUND Radio but every song was a new Drake song?’ That was kind of my idea for it.’” The project features 22 tracks including appearances from Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Quavo, Young Thug, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Giggs, Skepta, Sampha, and more. More Read More
With Konshens’ single “Bruk Off Yuh Back” making waves two months ago, Chris Brown revives it with a remix. “Me love the way your legs slide up,” he sings. “Bruk off yuh back / I love it when you watch your back / Show me that you care when you throw that ass.” Listen below.
With as his legal battles still in the mix, Kodak Black gives us a glimpse of his court life in the video for his PnB Rock-assisted single “Too Many Years.” “I swear I done shed too many tears for ni**as that I won’t get back,” sings PnB. “I got ni**as in the graveyard / Ni**as in the state yard.” “Too Many Years” appears on Black’s Lil Big Pac LP which includes the single “Tunnel Vision.” Watch below.
After another episode of his online reality show “Tremaine The Playboy,” Trey Songz premieres the video for his latest “She Lovin It.” “This girl is bad, bad, bad / Got me all on her ass,” he sings over a snapping beat. “She say she love it when I get her off.” The track serves as the fourth release off Trey’s upcoming album Tremaine The Playboy, dropping March 24. Watch below.
DJ Premier and Miguel delivers the video to their “2 Lovin U” collaboration. It’s a tribute to love that was originally meant for Wildheart. “He just started playing these guitar licks and I just started tapping the drum live,” Premier told “The Breakfast Club.” “I didn’t even know Miguel could play guitar. I said, ‘That’s good. Let me take that.’ Programmed it. He sits at his desk, records, Pro-Tools it. I was like, ‘Wow.’ He’s standing up, screaming and all that. I’m watching how he does it. The song gets done, but it never got to the process where we could Read More