Compton rapper Boogie has revealed the tracklisting for his debut album Everything’s For Sale ahead of its release this Friday (Jan. 25). The 12-song set boasts guest spots from Atlanta crooner 6LACK, Dreamville emcee J.I.D, Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra, jazz trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah and Boogie’s label boss Eminem, who signed him to Shady Records in late 2017. The album includes the previously released singles “Silent Ride” and “Self Destruction.”

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Lou the Human, the scrappy young rapper from Staten Island, has kept up a steady stream of new music since dropping his debut project Humaniac! back in October 2017. Songs like “Play Your Part” and “Speak of the Devil” delivered more of the delinquent raps that made Danny Brown and J.I.D into Lou fans. Meanwhile, last year’s “Empty Bottle” showcased a spacier, more emo-influenced side to his sound, which isn’t surprising considering he was bumping “a lot of sad rock” as a kid before he got into rap.

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Future’s new project The WIZRD is set to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart next week, projected to sell 120-130k units opening week. As ‘Future Hive’ continues to take the album in, the Atlanta rapper returns with a music video for “Rocket Ship.” Running just under two minutes, watch the VEVO premiere below.

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Remember when Spotify removed degenerates like XXXTentacion and R. Kelly from its playlists and then pulled a 180 after industry figures (including, disappointingly, Kendrick Lamar) protested because they wrongly interpreted it as all-out censorship? (Why anyone would be against censoring XXX and Kellz in the first place is beyond me.) It appears they’ve found a solution that should keep everyone happy.

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Nominations for the 2019 Oscars were announced on Tuesday morning (Jan. 22), revealed by Kumail Nanjiani and Tracee Ellis Ross during a live stream conducted by The Academy. Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s powerful “All the Stars” collaboration received a nomination for ‘Original Song.’ The record served as the lead single off last year’s Black Panther: The Album, the Top Dawg Entertainment curated soundtrack in support of Marvel’s Black Panther film.

The first-time nominees will face off against Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” from A Star Is Born, Jennifer Hudson’s “I’ll Fight” from RBG, Emily Blunt’s “The Place Where Lost Goes” from Mary Poppins Returns, and Willie Watson and Tim Blake Nelson’s “When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs For Wings” from The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. The 91st Academy Awards broadcasts live on Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC.

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Drake and Tory Lanez are hitting the road together heading into spring later this year. The Canadian stars announce their upcoming “Assassination Vacation” European tour. The 22-date trek kicks off March 10th in Manchester, making multiple stops in Paris, Dublin, Birmingham, London, and Antwerp, wrapping up with three dates in Amsterdam between April 23rd – 26th. BBC Radio host/DJ Tiffany Calver will serve as opening act on tour. Fans can purchase tickets starting this Friday (Jan. 25).

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Chris Brown has been arrested in Paris on suspicion of rape, according to French magazine Closer. The 29-year-old singer was detained by police on Monday (Jan. 21) along with two other people — a friend and his bodyguard — after a 24-year-old woman alleged she was raped at Brown’s hotel suite on the night of Jan. 15.

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2 Chainz celebrates Martin Luther King Day holiday by giving fans a new song. Taking to social media, the Atlanta rapper surprised his loyal following by dropping “Stay Woke.” A flip of F.L.Y.’s (Fast Life Yungstaz) popular 2009 hit “Swag Surfin,” Tity Boi gives us a preview of whats ahead in the near future with his Rap or Go to the League album due to drop later this year.

Hear it below.

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Over the past week, social media has been buzzing following the premieres of both Netflix (Fyre) and Hulu’s (Fyre Fraud) respective documentaries on the disastrous Fyre Festival in 2017. Founded by Billy McFarland and Ja Rule, the former is currently serving a six-year sentence for reportedly defrauded investors of $26 million, while the Murder Inc. rapper took to Twitter on Sunday (Jan. 20) to defend himself as viewers pointed their finger at Ja Rule for his part in the festival that scammed hundreds of fans and drained local businesses out of millions.

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Cardi B had social media buzzing and make headlines last week after an Instagram post where she spoke out on the partial U.S. government shut down. Clearly frustrated, the Grammy-nominated star was in support of the 800,000 workers, who were ordered back to work without pay. Along with over 14 million views, Cardi’s video post caught the attention of all the major media outlets like CNN and MSNBC. The viral moment appears to have triggered right-wing commentator Tomi Lahren, who took to Twitter to react a few days later, which Cardi responded to on Sunday morning (Jan. 20).

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