"Sicko Mode" is everywhere! And now it has achieved a new level of commercial success, sitting in the Billboard Hot 100 chart's Top 10 for 31 weeks!
According to XXL, Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode" is spending its thirty-first week inside of Billboard's Top 10, marking the first-ever time a hip-hop song has stayed in the Top 10 for that long.
Cardi B & Bruno Mars drop steamy music video for "Please Me".
Cardi B was clearly excited about the project and teased it in a sexy Instagram post on Thursday. "I scared but, you know, I like this music video a lot," she said while rocking a new rainbow 'do and some white lingerie.
Here are few interesting facts about our featured artist for March 2019:
1. J.Cole born Jermaine Cole, a rapper and record producer whose first album debuted at number one on the US Billboard chart in 2011.
Offset has released the visuals for his song “Quarter Milli” featuring Gucci Mane, the first video from his recently released Father Of 4 solo album. The music video stars the Migos rap star and Gucci Mane masquerading as the infamous Bando Brothers bank robbers.
Offset’s Father of 4 is the third of three Migos solo albums released in the past year, following Takeoff’s The Last Rocket and Quavo’s Quavo Huncho. The album includes features from Offset’s superstar wife Cardi B, J. Cole, Gunna, CeeLo Green, 21 Savage, Big Rube, Quavo and, of course, Gucci.
Check out the “Quarter Milli” video below.
J. Cole shares the official video for “Middle Child”, his first track of 2019. The clip features the mounted heads of “your favorite rappers” above the fireplace as well as J. Cole riding around in a shopping cart at a supermarket.
The song, co-produced by T-Minus, has spent four weeks on the Hot 100 chart and has peaked at No. 4. "MIDDLE CHILD" audio has also garnered more than 44 million views on YouTube and surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify.