The rapper claps back over claims she plagiarized lyrics for a couple of records she's featured on. Cardi exchanged words on Twitter with a rapper named Dela Wesst—who has more than half a million followers on TikTok.Wesst uploaded a video response to a tweet Cardi supposedly
deleted, which partially said, "I never wanted to give this girl
attention...I don’t like it’s when people try that shit with a pic of my
kid." In Wesst's clip, sh
Ye’s first music since Jesus Is King.
“Wash In The Blood,” a single from his forthcoming
album God’s Country, arrives with a new music video that focuses into an apocalyptic
vision of America, including the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives
Matter movement protests."And they tryna control 'Ye/They want me to calm
down/They don't want me to be Kanye/They don't want Kanye to be Kanye/They
wanna sign a fake Kanye, they tryna sign a calm ’Ye/That's right I call him
Calm ’Ye, but don't take me the wrong way/But don't take me the wrong way, its
got took me a long way," 'Ye raps on the record.
The 8x GRAMMY winner unveils emotional single inspired by
his children and the struggles and fights for perseverance in these times of
"I cry for the sons without fathers and the pain that their
mothers hold deep inside,” he sings on the powerful ballad. “And I’ll fight for
the future we’re making / We can change if we face it / ‘Cause these tears
The R&B veteran, who is a father to two sons, explained
that the song came from the heart. After witnessing the murders of innocent
Black men and women, he was inspired to finish the track. “This song was
inspired by wanting to teach my sons that it is OK for a man to feel emotions
The rap sensation is back with an infectious beat
and trippy vibe new track titled, “Lutang.” The song also features Hip hop artists Bry Mnzno, Buddahbeadz and Ejac. "Lutang" aims to follow the success of
"Normalan," the sequel of sorts to his hit single “Nadarang,” which
talks about keeping relationships casual until he finds the right one.
The trio hit the studio with producer Hit Boy to cook up a
new collaboration! Hit-Boy shared footage of the superstars working together in
the lab. Check out the video below.It’s unclear what they’re working on, but we are absolutely excited for the potential track! Justin previously worked with Travis on the Changes track, "Second Emotion" and the 2015 track "No Sense". They have
also worked on "Maria I'm Drunk" off the rapper's Rodeo album.
J. Cole surprised fans with the release of his new single,
“Snow On Tha Bluff.” The track is a direct response to ongoing protests against
police brutality and racial injustice. It also addresses organizing, social
media, his celebrity status, and much more.
“There’s a young lady out there she way smarter than me/I
scrolled through her timeline in these wild times and I started to read/She mad
at these crackers, she mad at these capitalists, mad at these murder police,”
he raps in part, presumably alluding to Chicago rapper Noname’s social
"I scrolled through her timeline in these wild times
and I started to read/She mad at these crackers, she ma