June 2018


Drake and Pusha T’s rap war back in May created many headlines, most from the latter’s scathing diss record “The Story of Adidon.” On it, the G.O.O.D. Music President brought to light a past rumor that Drake fathered a child with a model named Sophie Brussaux. When the rumor first initially surfaced, it soon fizzled away with no confirmation from Brussaux or Drake himself. In the middle of a rap battle and with all eyes on both artists feuding, Pusha T’s revelation brought the news to the forefront during their brief back-and-forth. The Canadian star remained quiet, no offering any response until his Scorpion album released on Friday (Jul. 29). On the album, he references his child (a son) on three different records.

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G Herbo and Z-Money connect with their Memphis comrade Key Glock. The trio links up in the Windy city for their official “Bon Appétit” music video.

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As his new album Rolling Papers 2 gets closer to its July 13 release date, Wiz Khalifa is giving fans plenty of new material to enjoy. Last week, the Taylor Gang rapper dropped the Swae Lee-featured “Hopeless Romantic,” and followed that up a day later with the music video for “Real Rich” co-starring Gucci Mane. Wiz is now back with another record, getting some west coast flavor as Compton’s Problem joins him on “Gin & Drugs.” Sampling Zapp and Roger Troutman’s G-Funk classic “More Bounce To The Ounce” (used by The Notorious B.I.G. on “Going Back to Cali”), stream it below and get it on iTunes.

Rolling Papers 2 will features guest appearances by Ty Dolla $ign, Snoop Dogg, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Chevy Woods

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After releasing a teaser of their sit down, Chance the Rapper’s full interview with Peter Rosenberg on Open Late is out. During their conversation, the Chicago rapper gave updates on his own music, explaining he’s figuring out how to put out the huge amount of music recorded. Chano from 79th also confirmed the news first revealed in the show’s teaser that he has a seven song project with Kanye West coming out. The Grammy Award-winning star also touches on having six songs recorded with Childish Gambino for their joint album, his love for Lil’ Wayne, the relationship he has with Dave Chappelle, and more.

Watch it all below starting from the 11:11 mark.

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Casanova has stepped into the big leagues. After seeing success in 2016 with his breakout “Don’t Run,” the Brooklyn spitter returned with another street anthem earlier this year in “Set Trippin.” The momentum landed Casanova a partnership with his first home at Roc Nation and new label situation at Def Jam Records. With the added support backing him, Casanova returns with a new project titled Commissary. The nine-track EP includes the aforementioned “Set Trippin” and “Left, Right” featuring Chris Brown and Fabolous. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, G-Eazy, O.T. Genasis, Rich the Kid and Mozzy also make guest appearances on the EP, available now on iTunes.

In a recent interview with Billboard, Mr. 2x discusses life after prison, finally getting off parole, squashing his beef with 6ix9ine and his upcoming debut album which features A$AP Rocky. Stream Commissary in full below.

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Drake’s highly-anticipated Scorpion double album arrive promptly at the stroke of midnight on iTunes and all streaming platforms. The 25-song project is includes features from the late Michael Jackson and Static Major, plus Ty Dolla $ign. With a major release of this magnitude, music lovers instantly are curious to the other contributors on the production and writing side. Courtesy of TIDAL, the full production credits are here. Lead by OVO Sound production team of Noah “40” Shebib, Boi-1da and Noel Cadestre, the double album also sees production from DJ Premier, No I.D., Allen Ritter, PARTYNEXTDOOR, T-Minus, Murda Beatz, !LLMIND, Jahaan Sweet, Cardo, DJ Paul, OOGIE MANE and Tay Keith.

Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, James Fauntelroy, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Future, Paul Anka, and Stefflon Don are also credited as additional features and guest vocalists. See the full credits below.

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Drake caps off a month of major releases by Beyoncé and JAY-Z, Kanye West, Nas, Ne-Yo, Jay Rock, Teyana Taylor and more with his new studio LP, Scorpion. The follow-up to 2016’s VIEWS and Drizzy’s first project since last year’s More Life is lead by the Hot 100 No. 1 smash hits “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What.”

Scorpion is a 25-song double album, with features from JAY-Z, Ty Dolla $ign, the late Static Major, and Michael Jackson on “Don’t Matter to Me,” a previously unreleased song from The King of Pop’s estate. The Canadian superstar will support the new album on the 41-date “Aubrey & The Three Amigos” tour with Migos, kicking off Jul. 26. Stream Scorpion in its entirety below (and on iTunes).

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Newcomer HoodCelebrityy made a name for herself late last year with her popular single, “Walking Trophy.” Since then, the dancehall record has continued to have a strong presence on radio throughout 2018. It appears an official remix is on the way right in time for the scorching summer weather, and Fabolous is one of the artists contributing to it. Loso adds a slick verse to the club record, showing some Brooklyn love to the Bronx native.

Hear it below. UPDATE (7/4): Official, explicit version added.

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Along with his Uncle Drew contribution “Harlem Anthem,” A$Ap Ferg has been busy this summer appearing on records with Gallant and MadeInTYO. The A$AP Mob member keeps the heat coming this summer, returning with two tracks heading into the weekend. Out now in select countries, hear A$AP Ferg’s new offerings “Verified” and “Not the Boy” below. Both tracks will be available everywhere at midnight.

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Drake’s much-anticipated new album Scorpion impacts later this evening at the stroke of midnight. With little known about the project, the Canadian superstar took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal the album’s track list. Confirming prior rumors that Scorpion is indeed a double album, Drake also unveiled the 25-song titles that include his hit singles “God’s Plan,” “Nice For What” and “I’m Upset.”

No features are indicated on the track list for now. See the titles below. UPDATE: Drake reveals JAY-Z, Michael Jackson, Ty Dolla $ign and Static Major are featured on the album.

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