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Royce Da 5’9 announced his new album “Layers” last week and wastes no time giving us new music off the project. Produced by Mr. Porter, “Tabernacle” will serve as the LP’s first single. Nickel Nine also revealed the official tracklisting, featuring guest appearances by Push T, Rick Ross, Mr. Porter and more.
After having a fairly successful run over the last month with exclusive releases by Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Kanye West, Tidal was once again hit with bad headlines. Yesh Music filed a $5 million lawsuit against the Shawn “Jay Z” Carter led streaming platform alleging John Emanuele, of the band The American Dollar, is owed royalty payments from Tidal.
50 Cent’s financial situation seems to be all over the place lately. However, documents surfaced today by the Daily Mail, that 50 cent’s assets and finances are much higher than he claimed.
A few days back Kanye West announced via Twitter, he plans on releasing another album later this year in the Summer time.
Now Kanye is back to Twitter again, this time to reveal the name of the upcoming LP, which for now is set as “Turbo Grafx 16.” For those not familiar with Turbo Grafx-16, it’s a gaming system that was released back in the early 90’s.
Tidal and Roc Nation just gained another big name. During his pop-up show in Atlanta last night (February 22), Tip “T.I.” Harris informed the world that he has officially become part of both the streaming service and the Jay Z led label.
A judge ordered 50 Cent back to court to explain several pubic displays of wealth on social media.
In the images, the rapper showed of stacks of money.
Future just earned a spot in the history books. With his latest album Evollanding in the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart this week, the Atlanta rhymer became the fastest artist to earn three #1 albums in the last 50 Years.
After Kendrick Lamar dominated this year’s Grammy Awards ceremony, Noisey arrives right on time with a mini-documentary about the TDE emcee in the same week. The Bompton: Growing up with Kendrick Lamar video follows K. Dot, some of his friends, and former teachers as they discuss what it is like living in Compton, California.
Jay Electronica has dropped a metaphorical bomb on the night Kendrick Lamar stands to win 11 Grammys. The New Orleans-born rapper minced no words.
The first verse of “The Curse of Mayweather” is classic Jay Electronica, but verse two, he goes directly at Kendrick.