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Machines Of Loving Grace – Cicciolina Lyrics


You said everything revolves around a certain principle
You said everything depends upon our understanding of the political
My Cicciolina everything is physical
Oh Cicciolina everything’s political
You’re the butterfly goddess
Floating down streams of love jetting sperm fountains
Everyone wants to consume you Cicciolina
Why should I be any different?

My Cicciolina everything is physical
My Cicciolina you fill me with a boa constrictor love
Love like a fire, love like a flame
But you eliminate, yes you eliminate
There she goes again floating down those lovely streams of love
Those lovely streams of…
My Cicciolina everything is physical
It’s all political


Bounty Killer, Spice, Cardi B & More Artists React To Derek Chauvin’s Guilty Verdict


The murder of George Floyd last year sparked worldwide tensions and protests, but on Tuesday, April 4, the public celebrates being on the track to justice. This, after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder and manslaughter in George Floyd’s killing.

The entertainment industry, locally and internationally, is celebrating the light at the end of the tunnel, as this signifies hope restored in the American justice system.

The Queen of the Dancehall, Spice, who was among the protesters in America last year, posted a video of her leading the march and a picture of the breaking news headline, “Jury in Derek Chauvin trial finds him guilty of murdering George Floyd.” She captioned, “Guilty!! Yessssssssssssss. Say his name George Floyd. #Mood for the day let’s celebrate together it’s a start.”

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The ‘poor people government,’ Bounty Killer also chimed in with a reaction to the verdict. The deejay reposted the story from The Star and captioned, “At least America has stand up once and they will have to stand up very soon again for Dante Wright too it just never seem to stop”

Bounty Killer makes reference to the April 11 fatal shooting of 20 year old Daunte Wright by police officer Kimberly Ann Potter. Reports are that Wright was pulled over by Potter and after a brief struggle with officers, Wright was shot at close range, Potter claiming she mistook her gun for a taser.

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While this is an ongoing case, George Floyd’s case has been gaining the attention of the public given the ease and relief many feel at the latest update.

Rapper Guapdad 4000 took to Twitter to express the bittersweet feeling, “RIP GEORGE FLOYD I can’t help but feel bitter about what is supposed to be a sweet justice… It feels belittled by the fact that it doesn’t change the reason why he died… This country still suck,” he wrote. Record producer, Kenny Beats shared similar sentiments in his post, “Now its time to lock up all of them George Floyd and his family will never be given justice. This is just the start of some accountability. RIP GEORGE FLOYD.”

RIP GEORGE FLOYD
I can’t help but feel bitter about what is supposed to be a sweet justice…
It feels belittled by the fact that it doesn’t change the reason why he died…
This country still suck

— GUAPDAD 4000 (@guapdad4000) April 20, 2021

Lil Scrappy shared his relief about the verdict,  “Yessir Guilty on all counts thank God his family and our people have gotten justice, finally but let’s keep pulling up for each other at all times,” he said. Additionally, Ciara expressed that she was in tears after hearing the news while again paying tribute to Floyd, and Common made a declaration of this being just the beginning of justice for all.

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Cardi B tweeted, “History.”

History https://t.co/xjcUYNidNF

— iamcardib (@iamcardib) April 20, 2021

YESSSSSSS!! God is good!!! ????????????? #GeorgeFloyd

— Yung Miami (@YungMiami305) April 20, 2021

Thank you Jesus! I’m in tears. May your legacy live on forever #GeorgeFloyd. ????

— Ciara (@ciara) April 20, 2021

Watch ya back Police are mad…

Stay focused.

— Ebro (@oldmanebro) April 20, 2021

?????????? https://t.co/WCx3qOQjvS

— Chevy Woods (@CHEVYWOODS) April 20, 2021

Y’all smoking on the Derek chauvin pack for 4/20 or nah???

— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) April 20, 2021

This is not the end. This is the beginning! The beginning of justice for ALL! pic.twitter.com/3IBSP9Sd68

— COMMON (@common) April 20, 2021

Rip George Floyd ??????

— Certified Speaker (@MoneyBaggYo) April 20, 2021

#GeorgeFloyd pic.twitter.com/2kHe5iKDxe

— H.E.R. (@HERMusicx) April 20, 2021

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Joe Budden Angered By Plane Supporting R. Kelly


R. Kelly has become one of the most despised artists ever since the revelation that he will have to face multiple sexual assault charges. While most of the popular opinion has been turned against him, it seems he has at least one die-hard supporter in New Jersey. The fan even went through the trouble of paying for a banner on a plane to make his or her feelings known.

The former Slaughterhouse rapper caught the fan’s message and decided to share it with his followers as well as his disgust with the person responsible. Joe Budden, who seemed confused by the entire incident, recorded the moment on his phone before posting it on various social media accounts.

In the short clip, he can be heard saying: “Look at this, only in New Jersey,” before adding: “Are you fucking kidding me, buddy? This is what you waste your good, hard-earned money on to see? You gotta be shitting me.”

Joe Budden sees a R Kelly Banner in the sky pic.twitter.com/XcK2K93aB3

— 2Cool2Blog (@2Cool2BIog) April 19, 2021

The message that the fan paid for reads, “R. Kelly was set up for monetary gain!” Very few people share this person’s sentiments as Kelly’s music has been more or less canceled and is rarely played on major radio stations or networks anymore. His troubles began soon after the multi-part docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly.

Following that, he was charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse in Illinois in February 2019. The “Your Body’s Calling” singer was slapped with 10 federal sexual abuse and obstruction of justice charges later that year. That wasn’t the end of it either as he later faced another 18 federal charges between Illinois and New York courts all in 2019. He is expected to be moved from Cook County jail to New York City ahead of his sex trafficking trial this summer, according to various media reports.

Earlier today (April 19), the New York Post revealed that an alleged R. Kelly associate, Michael Williams, copped a plea deal. He apparently admitted that he lit one of the accuser’s father’s rental cars on fire as he tried to silence and intimidate the family of Azriel Clary. She is one of the alleged victims, according to the docuseries, who was living under his supervision.

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Erica Banks Says There’s No Beef With Megan Thee Stallion


Erica Banks says she and Megan Thee Stallion has no issues, in spite of earlier saying that she has not spoken to Megan since she left 1501 Certified Entertainment before blowing up as the hottest new female rapper on the scene.

On an interview on HotNewHipHop‘s “Rise and Grind” show, Banks answered “no” to the questions that she had not reached out to her former label mate to squash thing, and she said “no” when she was asked if she was open to that.

The snippet of the interview went viral immediately as Megan Thee Stallion fans dragged the newcomer for being in a one-sided beef while Megan could care less.

However, Banks later backtracked and said her answers were misconstrued and accused the hosts of baiting her on her Instagram.

“I knew this was bait during the interview, hence me saying ‘No’ to both questions,” she said. “There is no beef, and me speaking about anything in regards to those questions was ‘No’ to refrain from my words being misconstrued like interviewers do. They can’t misconstrue a one word response. Be blessed y’all.”

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In January, Banks speaking with the Shade Room hinted at some possible strife with Megan Thee Stallion. When asked, she said she would collaborate with Megan Thee Stallion because, in the end, “it’s all about business, it’s nothing personal.”

If there is beef, it could be Banks choosing to side with the Carl Crawford-owned record label 1501 Certified Entertainment. Megan Thee Stallion sued over a contract she says was “entirely unconscionable” as the vast majority of the income she earned went to the label. The label took an unjustified 60/ 40 % of her income and even went into her future streaming income. She was also blocked from releasing music which led to a court granting her an injunction barring the label from acting as Megan released several mega-hit songs, including “WAP” with Cardi B as the case went on.

Megan is now signed to Roc Nation and has seen her career shoot to the top since leaving 1501 Certified Entertainment. It’s quite obvious that if any bad blood was to exist, it would flow from Banks’ connection to Megan’s former label. However, it doesn’t seem like Banks is on Megan’s radar as she is busy with her boyfriend and gearing up for summer. Megan has not responded to any of the statements made by Banks.

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Misterwives – Chasing This Lyrics


I’m sorry that I’m not around
I’ve been chasing my dreams with my head in the clouds
Years pass and my friends are all gone
I guess it seems I got lost in this song

Come home to dust in my bed
To plants that have died from lack of being fed
Missed funerals and birthdays
Never meant to miss life when I was away, away

We’ve been chasing this, all of our years
It goes far beyond all our blood, sweat and tears, oh
We’ve been chasing this, all of our years
Want it so bad, you’re willing to face all your fears

You’ve been told, that you’re never gonna get it
You’ve been told, that you’re never gonna get it
But you know, that what’s burning you’s brighter than gold
And I’ll chase it till the day that I go

Remember the night that we walked, from Bleecker to Ditmars
Oh and we talked of our dreams till the sunrise
Over the Queensborough bridge with our eyes open wide
Still keep that moment with me
When we’re up on this stage screaming victory
Oh I’m terrified of who I would be if I never had a melody
Terrified of who I’d be

We’ve been chasing this, all of our years

It goes far beyond all our blood, sweat and tears, Oh
We’ve been chasing this, all of our years
Want it so bad, you’re willing to face all your fears

You’ve been told, that you’re never gonna get it
You’ve been told, that you’re never gonna get it
But you know, that what’s burning you’s brighter than gold
And I’ll chase it till the day that I go

Oh the doubt paves my insides, body so tense its paralyzed
Fearful of these butterflies
But they’re just your friends dressed in disguise
But they’re just your friends dressed in disguise
And we’ll take their wings to reach great heights

One, two, three, four

We’ve been chasing this, all of our years
It goes far beyond all our blood, sweat and tears, Oh
We’ve been chasing this, all of our years
Want it so bad, you’re willing to face all your fears

You’ve been told, that you’re never gonna get it
You’ve been told, that you’re never gonna get it
But you know, that what’s burning you’s brighter than gold
And I’ll chase it till the day that I go

Marcus Miller – Strange Fruit Lyrics


Southern trees bearin’ strange fruit
Blood on the leaves and blood at the roots
Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze
Strange fruit hangin’ from the Poplar trees

Pastoral scene of the gallant south
Them big bulging eyes and the twisted mouth

Scent of magnolia, clean and fresh
Then the sudden smell of burnin’ flesh

Here is a fruit for the crows to pluck
For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck
For the sun to rot, for the leaves to drop
Here is a strange and bitter crop

Natti Natasha x Becky G – Ram Pam Pam


[Letras]

(Eh lo-lo-lo-lai
Eh-lo-lo-lo-lai
Oh-oh-oh)

What you gonna do?
Si a la relacion ya le di undone
No vuelvo a cometer errores y menos con alguien asi como tu

Que me trata feo
Y no me pongo triste si no te veo
Tu mismo te lo buscaste y ya mi corazon no te ruega, se vuelve ateo

Y tengo un novio nuevo que me hace
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
No me busques que aqui no queda na’, na’ de na’
Me hace
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Tengo otro que me lleva a la disco a perrear

Mucha cadena, mucha vaina
Pero eso pa’ un carajo te sirvio
Ya te pelamos la banana
Usted tuvo una reina en frente pero no la vio

Aqui esta heavy la demanda
Eso lo sabes tu y lo se yo
Pero jugaste con la carta que no era y ahora tu jueguito ni lo viste, se jodio

Ram-pam-pam-pam
Cerramos la reja, mami didn’t raise no pendeja
Ahora tengo las pestanas, mira las cejas
Dile a tu amigo que te aconseja
Que no me escriba, ya yo tengo pareja

Estas viendo a to’ estos aqui
Estan haciendo fila todito’ pa’ mi
Quieres negarlo, lo se, ya entendi
Estoy mejor sin ti

Y ahora mi culo hace
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
No me busques que aqui no queda na’, na’ de na’
Me hace
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Tengo otro que me lleva a la disco a perrear

DJ subelo, oh-oh, subelo, oh-oh, que esa musica me encanta
DJ subelo, oh-oh, subelo, oh-oh, porque
Ram-pam-pam-pam
Ya tu sabes
Te quedaste afuera, te bote la llave
Ahora tengo a otro y mas rico me cabe
Ya tu sabes amargo y el mas rico y suave

Ya te dije adios, la nena se revelo
No te quiero man, el pasado se quedo
Ya no tengo tiempo, ya no tengo reloj
Ahora me voy pata abajo
y llego cuando quiero yo

Llora nene, llora, llora
Todo el mundo tiene reemplazo
Llora nene, llora, llora
Eres un atraso y ahora tengo un novio nuevo que me hace

Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
No me busques que aqui no queda na’, na’ de na’
Me hace
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Ram-pam-pam-pam-pam
Tengo otro que me lleva a la disco a perrear

DJ subelo, oh-oh, subelo, oh-oh, que esa musica me encanta
DJ subelo, oh-oh, subelo, oh-oh, porque
Ram-pam-pam-pam

Natti Natt, yeah, yeah
Natti Natt
Natti Natt (Be-Becky)
Be-Be-Becky G, baby
Natti Natt
Natti Natt
Na, Na, Natti Natt
Rude Gyal (Becky, Becky, Becky G)


Mr. Sos – Fraud Felines (aka Too Many Cats Be Fakin) Lyrics


Too Many Cats Be Fakin, here’s their assassination [whispered] [x2]

Yo, too many cats be fakin, here’s their assassination
I had to do it or there would be a mass invasion
Let’s take it back to basics
You never had a bracelet when you came into the game
Now you acting flagrant
But when you’re dead it’s worth nathan. And if I snatch your datans
You’ll feel as dumb as a bush when you see the work that was wasted
You’re like a rat that’s racing only to still stay trapped and caged in
But you’re just another house cat that’s fakin
And too many cats be fakin
Sick in the head, I’ve got the vaccination
A touchdown – I call it pass the bacon
You are what you eat so men are pigs with a knack for hating
I’m not a p*ssy, I don’t eat it – I just stab and taste it
I swallow pride, not just mine – Jack, you’re wasted
All you have I’m taking like you got busted for tax evasion
Famous rappers are shaking waiting on the day I make it
Cause all the tracks they making are based on false accusations
And too many cats be fakin
Like a journalist writing fabrications
Bringing turbulence to the craft I’m raising
Purchasing burners to insert em in raps that say that they are murderers
That’s as absurd as saying Shaq is Asian or Jack Black is Jamaican
I wouldn’t back that statement up if you contaminated my food with crack and I ate it
And every passing day I smell the trash inflating
I wanna try to sit back and take it, but I lack the patience cause

Too many cats be fakin
Like fraudulent felines who be high off of a potent catnip agent
But my back is achin cause it seems the planet’s ape’ing,
Grab an apron cause half is fried and the other half is baking like the comic actor, David
We’re attacking strangers
If you’re ready for war expect public decapitations
That’s kinda nasty ain’t it?
Too bad I had to say it
Bad blood is bubbling because of aggravation
Now every cat be fakin the same way commercials get mad rotation
See? Or you need eye examinations
Huge tools to distract your neighbors and sidetrack our generation
THAT’s why mami’s ass is shakin
It’s kinda fascinatin isn’t it?
Ethernet suckin so all’s into it as the Matrix
I blast a tape of Cee Lo Green to catch an inspiration
Cause we need more soul machines working at the station
To stop these cats from fakin and help em get their souls back from satan
So they could see the right path and take it
A light is activated
And if you see it you have to chase it or ignore it and your casket’s waitin
No exaggeration
Don’t do it to yourself like masturbation
Confess like taxi cabs in Vegas
Cause if you’re fakin, rather than attack your nation
I’m a bash your face in and give it multiple laceration

So stop fakin!

[Bridge: x2]
Too many cats be fakin
Here’s their assassination
Too many cats be fakin, here’s their assassination
I had to do it or there would be a mass invasion


Marie Fredriksson – Det Jag Verkligen Ville Lyrics


(English: What I Really Wanted)
Words & Music by Marie Fredriksson
Published by Shock The Music
Jag ville / aldrig förlora dej / Du var min bäste vän / och jag tror /
att jag älskade dej / Jag tror / jag gör det än
Men det jag verkligen ville / kommer du aldrig att förstå / Det sista
jag ville / var att såra dej så / Det jag egentligen ville / spelar

inte längre nån roll / Det jag verkligen ville / kommer du aldrig att
förstå
Nu lever du / med en annan / Jag hoppas / att du mår bra / Jag ser er
/ då och då tillsammans / Jag ser dej varje dag
Hur ska jag kunna känna mod till att förändra / när du och livet valt
sin väg

Gloria Estefan – Medley Lyrics


O eh, o eh, (o eh, o eh)
O eh, oo aah,(o eh, oo aah)
O eh, o eh, (lla llego) o eh, o eh
O eh, oo aah, (lla llego) o eh, oo aah

At night when you turn off all the lights
There’s no place that you can hide
no no, the rhythm is gonna get’cha

In bed, throw the covers on your head
You pretend like you are dead
But I know it
The rhythm is gonna get’cha

Rhythm is gonna get’cha
Rhythm is gonna get’cha
Rhythm is gonna get you
The rhythm is gonna get you tonight

No way, you can fight it every day
But no matter what you say
You know it
The rhythm is gonna get’cha

No clue, of what’s happening to you
And before this night is through
Ooh baby
The rhythm is gonna get’cha

Rhythm is gonna get’cha
Rhythm is gonna get’cha
Rhythm is gonna get you
The rhythm is gonna get you tonight

O eh, o eh, (o eh, o eh)
O eh, oo aah,(o eh, oo aah)

Come on , shake your body baby, do the conga
I know you can’t control yourself any longer
Come on , shake your body baby, do the conga
I know you can’t control yourself any longer

Come on , shake your body baby, do the conga
I know you can’t control yourself any longer
Feel the rhythm of the music getting stronger
Don’t you fight it ’til you tried it, do that conga
beat

Everbody gather ’round now
Let your body feel the heat
Don’t you worry if you can’t dance
Let the music move your feet

It’s the rhythm of the island
like sugarcane so sweet
If you want to do the conga
you’ve got to listen to the beat

Come on , shake your body baby, do the conga
I know you can’t control yourself any longer
Feel the rhythm of the music getting stronger
Don’t you fight it ’til you tried it, do that conga
beat

O eh, o eh, (o eh, o eh)
O eh, oo aah,(o eh, oo aah)

Black Rob’s Cause Of Death Revealed And Diddy Offers To Pay For Funeral


Diddy has caved to public criticism and has promised to step up to pay for the funeral expenses of his former artist Black Rob.

The announcement was made on Tuesday that the former Bad Boy rapper will have a proper sending off. Black Rob died recently at the age of 51 at the Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta after suffering a number of health issues, including kidney failure. He died from a Cardiac arrest caused by a rare kidney disease.

According to Page Six, the two men reconnected while Black Rob was in the hospital right before he died. It was Diddy who reached out and “offered help for Rob, but in the end sadly, it was too late,” a source reportedly told Page Six.

The source further added, “But he wants to make sure that Rob is laid to rest with dignity and according to his wishes. He is helping to make the funeral arrangements.” On Sunday, Diddy publicly mourned the rapper who is best known for his 2000 hit “Whoa!”. He posted a photo on Instagram with the two men in better times with the caption – “Rest in power King! As I listen to your records today there’s one thing that they all have in common!” he said. “You have made millions of people all over the world feel good and dance! You are one of a kind! GOD BLESS! Love. You will be truly missed!!!!”

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Fans, however, were agitated by Diddy’s post as they bashed him for not doing more for the rapper who struggled while he was alive.

At the time of his death, his friend and fellow rapper Mark Curry say, Black Rob, whose real name is Robert Ross, had a history of kidney failure and diabetes and had suffered several strokes in past years. The rapper was in dire financial straits, which led to friends of his setting up a GoFundMe to raise funds to pay for a home and his medical treatment.

Fans first became aware of his situation after he posted a photo while in hospital as he sent well wishes to rapper DMX while he was in the hospital battling for his life. The rapper appeared gaunt and sickly, causing fans to share their concerns for his wellbeing online.

He also later shared that he was discharged from the hospital but that he was near homelessness while battling many illnesses. “Oh man, I’ve been dealing with this for five years,” he said. “Four strokes … I don’t know what to tell you, man. S–t is crazy. The s–t is hard.”

Curry, who was with Black Rob at the time he passed, noted that Diddy reached out on Friday to speak to him.

“Before Rob passed, he said, ‘One thing I was going to do before I leave this earth is make sure we all speak to each other again.’ It’s always great to see when people are growing and learning to forgive.”

The rift between Diddy and Black Rob began with the notion that prominent figures in the music industry use the talents of some of the greatest living artists and then discard them once no more profit is to be gained.

Many of the discarded talents have been left wanting when it comes to financial support and money. In this case, Black Rob’s health problems drained him financially with no help in sight.

Diddy has been viewed as one of these vulture-type figures as described by Black Rob in the past.

In a 2011 interview Black Rob said, “once I caught my bid – or whatever the case may be, [Bad Boy Records] was like ‘f**k you,’” the rapper shared speaking on his past jail sentence. “We’re gonna use Black Rob as a springboard for this [Notorious B.I.G. project] – which flopped by the way,” he said of the posthumous “Duets” album.

The rapper says he is not blaming Biggie, but his former label that “left him for dead.” “But it wasn’t Biggie’s fault. It was just a point where they said ‘F**k The Black Rob Report…Bad Boy left me for dead,” he stated.

“It wasn’t like I needed money or anything from anybody. I had money – still got money. It wasn’t a money thing,” he shared. “They did nothing to keep my name alive. They took me off their website, just left me for dead.”

In another interview in 2010, Black Rob said he felt that he didn’t matter to Bad Boy after he went to jail in 2006, where he served four years for his connection to a hotel robbery in 2004.

“I always thought it was a family situation,” he said to Thisis50.com. “All the people up at Bad Boy, none of them reached out to me. None of them even cared. […] All those years we spent together? That s— ain’t mean nothing to you dawg? You actually think I’m not your man? That right there told me that n—- was never my man. Ever.”

Black Rob’s story is also similar to another former Bad Boy rapper – Mase, who was once one of the labels biggest artists. Mase recently said that he approached Diddy to buy back his publishing for $2 million, but the head of Bad Boy Records, who had acquired the masters for a meager $20k, refused to hand over the publishing to its rightful owner.

Mark Curry, who cared for Black Rob until he passed away, was also a former Bad Boy artist who had also called out Diddy for his treatment of his former Bad Boy artists over the years.

In the past, however, Diddy has defended himself and says he has not done any of the artists wrong.

In a Vibe Magazine interview, he said, “Like, all this year I’ve heard people say, ‘Where’s Carl Thomas, where’s Black Rob, where’s G.Dep? Where are these artists?” Diddy asks. “And for some reason they go ahead and equate that, cause those artists aren’t with me, that I’ve done something wrong or malicious or conniving. It’s something that I do have a problem with because they don’t have no proof that I’ve ever done nothing like that.”

Still, in spite of the lack of apparent wrongdoing, fans of Black Rob feels he deserved better as an act of moral goodwill as it was he along with a few others whose hard work made the Bad Boy label move from a fledgling label to a thriving legacy that it is today. The legacy of the label was threatened after the death of Notorious B.I.G, according to a Rolling Stone article that revisited the era that the artist had his biggest come up. He, however, saw his dreams peter away as he was locked away in jail, and nobody seems to care about his music or career. This led to the MC leaving Bad Boy in 2010 after coming out of jail.

Black Rob is credited as one of the last MCs from a generation that brought Harlem to light. He leaves to mourn his four children.

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Ebro Darden Calls Doja Cat’s Rap Skills “Top Notch”


Doja Cat’s skills on the microphone is top notch, according to Ebro Darden.

Doja Cat has managed to cop praises from one of the harshest critics in the game. Notoriously harsh critic Ebro Darden of Hot 97’s morning show, Ebro In The Morning, took to Twitter earlier today (April 20) to complement the 25-year-old’s ability as an MC who could hold her own when it comes to dropping rhymes.

Over the last year, Doja Cat has taken the music biz by storm and has also significantly contributed to fresh debates in the Hip Hop genre. Of course, with her level of celebrity also comes controversy and scandal, but she’s been able to maintain her public image. She’s even being hailed in some quarters as putting a creative injection into rap these days.

“You can argue that you don’t like what Doja Cat has to say when rapping,” Darden wrote on his Twitter account. He added: “But her rapping abilities are top notch, stylistically speaking she can do almost any style.”

You can argue that you don’t like what Doja Cat has to say when rapping…

But her rapping abilities are top notch, stylistically speaking she can do almost any style.

— Ebro (@oldmanebro) April 20, 2021

While many Hip Hop fans remain apprehensive about accepting her into the fold, there’s no denying she’s a powerhouse when it comes to hit-making. That has been evidenced by her ability to put impressive numbers, especially on Billboard. The “Say So” singer has three Hot 100 hits in the top 50 right now. They include her collaboration with SZA, “Kiss Me More,” which is at No. 7.

Most of the fans who commented under the post agreed with Ebro like this fan who said, “Doja has made good songs with good lyrical skill too. She has good content in her MVs and songs. Her versatility is like Nicki. Not many girls are doing it like her,” and this one who added, “Love how she doesn’t sound like every other female rapper out right now.”

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Spice Hardly Paused Performance To Check On Her Man Swarmed By Female Fans


Spice is not taking chances when it comes to her man.

The Queen of Dancehall shared a hilarious video on IG showing her walking through the crowd to look for her boyfriend as she brings him within her line of view as he was swarmed by a large number of women. Spice was clearly protecting her man at all cost at the packed show where there were mostly female fans.

Spice and her man Justin Budd have been dating for quite a bit now. It first started after she shared several pictures and videos online for her birthday last year that fans became aware that she had a man in her life. At the time many thought that the relationship might be a stunt for her Love & Hip Hop Atlanta gig, but it seems that that theory is far from the reality of the “So Mi Like It” singer.

In a video she posted online, Spice says – “one [thing] with me I’m gonna stop and check on my man,” she said with laughing emojis.

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Spice was performing in Florida over the weekend. “Panama City Beach was in a romantic mood. Had to start the show from in the crowd LOL I love you all so much,” she said. She also shared videos of her performing as she whined and let the fans tap her butt while she whined low to her hit single “So Mi Like It.”

Spice wasn’t just in Panama City for a sold out show, she was also living her best life going jet ski and soaking up some sun on the beach with her boyfriend, Justin Budd. The love birds have been going strong for several months now since making their relationship Insta official in the fall of last year. Fans are also looking forward to seeing more of their relationship on-screen on the new season of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.

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Julie Andrews – My Ship Lyrics


My ship has sails that are made of silk
The decks are trimmed with gold
And of jam and spice
There’s a paradise
In the hold

My ship’s aglow with a million pearls
And rubies fill each bin
The sun sits high in a sapphire sky
When my ship comes in

I can wait the years
Till it appears
One fine day

One spring

But the pearls and such
They won’t mean much
If there’s missing just one thing

I do not care
If that day arrives
That dream need never be
If the ship I sing
Doesn’t also bring
My own true love to me

If the ship I sing
Doesn’t also bring
My own true love to me

Morgan Heritage Wants Reggae To Embrace NFT Amid Success Of New Single


Morgan Heritage says its time for reggae music to embrace NFT.

To stay alive in the music industry, you have to be both talented and innovative. This could be how an artist approaches the production of their music or how they approach finances. One of the directions that the music industry seems to be heading towards is digital currency, and lately, all the buzz has been about non-fungible tokens or NFTs.

Morgan Heritage may have just become the first reggae band to enter the new digital realm. They recently revealed that their NFT’s for “Light It Up,” which features Norwegian singer PelleK, has already sold out. NFTs are relatively new and in the simplest explanation, is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. The ownership rights are different from copyright.

The two-time Grammy Award-winning reggae group spoke with the Jamaica Gleaner about their decision to embrace the new trend and how they were able to join the digital currency world. They released three songs as limited-edition NFTs in partnership with Bondly Finance. One of those songs is new for the NFT collection, while the others were digitally remastered from their catalog. The latter mentioned songs will be featured on their upcoming album, Legacy.

The first track, “Light It Up,” was made available on April 17 and was sold out in a few hours. That sale brought in a total of 175 NFTs. Memmalatel ‘Mr Mojo’ Morgan told the Gleaner that the sale was historic. “It is historic for a reggae group to do this. Some individuals, whether it be recording artistes or those in pop culture, put up NFTs for sale and end up only selling one; we sold over 200,” he added.

The vocalist and percussionist of the group explained that he was exposed to blockchain technology through a friend. After that, he did his own research and realized that it was worth investing in. He added that the way he saw it was that NFTs were a new form of digital art, which could gain significant value on the resale market.

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“When there was an NFT boom with major brands getting into the space, like the NBA, that’s when we knew it was a big shift. As the group understood more and saw that NFTs were a viable opportunity, for about six months we reached out to several companies. We had to make sure reggae was there on a major level,” he continued.

He warned, however, that this new realm of finance may be more suitable to artists who already have a significant fanbase. Mr. Mojo also shared that the band was lucky to be able to partner with Bondly, who he described as a leader in the cryptocurrency realm. One of the most successful artists with NFTs so far is rapper Tory Lanez, who, through a partnership with a blockchain company, was able to generate 450 songs NFTs. He created history by selling it all within two minutes of release. That deal was worth about US$500,000.

While many artists are looking towards NFTs, not all have enough fans or recognition to make it work for them, which is why he believes that their success so far is a great leap for reggae artists.

“That’s why it was monumental for a reggae group to be able to do that, that didn’t have any mainstream success; if you look at it, our success has been through grinding and touring.”

This is another push in the band’s desire to own more of their music. He revealed that they recently secured a deal to own more of their catalog from the family-owned record label, CTBC Music Group,

“Instead of releasing new music, we acquired around 80 per cent of our catalogue, which is unheard of in our genre … this was achieved during the pandemic. To own that much of your catalogue is rarely seen in our genre,” he said. They are the first reggae group to work with
Bondly Finance and they are hoping that other established reggae artists will soon come on board.

He also reasoned that it was not so much about the money aspect of it but rather embracing new ways of getting music out to the world. “We wanted to create a reggae invasion on the blockchain on Saturday, and that’s the statement we are trying to make. We want ‘legacy artistes’ to now come through the door and do what Morgan Heritage has done, and have the same success,” Mr. Mojo said.

He added: “As a creative person, there is an opportunity to now release projects on blockchain that can be sold for an amount to remake the actual investment and at the same time introduce the music to a whole new community of collectors who can acquire, trade and resell NFTs through the platform,” he said.

Too many artists are dependent on the old ways of making money in the music business and have to wait very long before they see any profit, he continued. The Legacy album is expected on May 28, and each of the NFTs will give exclusive access to unreleased music and ownership. Those who secure NFTs will have a chance to hear the new and remastered music before the rest of the world.

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Romeich Major Looking For 2 Sound Engineers After Building Third Studio


Romeich is in need of sound engineers as he expands his musical footprint.

If you think you have what it takes to play in the big leagues, then Romeich Major’s latest announcement might be for you. The savvy businessman and manager of top dancehall artists Shenseea, Ding Dong, and Teejay recently announced that he is searching for sound engineers to join his team.

Romeich used his Instagram to make the announcement on Tuesday this week. He explained that the need came because he’s built a third studio which means he’s looking to produce even more music.

“So am in studio now working but guess what I manage 3 artist @shenseea @dingdongravers @uptopboss_official so I made 2 more studio so now I have 3 studio I need 2 bad engineer weh loyal and talented!!!!” he posted.

He also added that he intends to launch a competition so that he can find the right talent to join his already successful team. The details of the competition are expected to be released later this week.

“Zeen so ma run a competition stay tuned so who wanna get a job and do some serious work comment under this pic and look out for flyer gonna drop this week!!!!
#romeichentertainmentengineer,” the post continued.

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Romeich has certainly persevered in the music industry and is reaping the rewards for his tenacity. Recently, the Romeich Entertainment CEO shared about his early struggles when he was interviewed on Odyssey, Untold Stories with Yendi Phillipps on YouTube. That interview was posted earlier this month.

He explained that he almost gave up altogether on the music industry.

“It never work out because it was a learning experience for me,” he revealed. “Me never master it and at the same time me never have…financially me never good like that because music yuh haffi have money, haffi have links, you haffi have powers and you have to have respect..it just like any product, no matter how good the product is if you can’t get it to reach out there, you can’t get any sales.”

Due to the fact that he chose to keep working at it, he will soon be the proud owner of three studios. His fans were appreciative of his efforts and made their feelings known in the comments like this fan who said, “I truly admire your drive. Your a blessing to Jamaica. Don’t EVER change,” and this one who added, “Keep doing the good work more blessings me g.”

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Kenny Loggins – Footloose Lyrics


I’ve been working so hard
I’m punching my card
Eight hours for what?
Oh, tell me what I got

I’ve got this feeling
That time’s just holding me down
I’ll hit the ceiling or else I’ll tear up this town
Tonight I gotta cut

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues everybody cut footloose

And you’re playing so cool
Obeying every rule
I dig a way down in your heart
You’re burning, yearning for songs

Somebody to tell you
That life ain’t passing you by
I’m trying to tell you
It will if you don’t even try
You can fly if you’d only cut

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Oowhee, Marie shake it, shake it for me

Whoa, Milo c’mon, c’mon let’s go
Lose your blues everybody cut footloose

Cut footloose
Cut footloose
Cut footloose

We got to turn me around
And put your feet on the ground
Now take a hold of the phone
Whoa, I’m turning it loose

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues now everybody cut footloose

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues

Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody everybody cut footloose

G.b.h. – Cadillac One Lyrics


As black as an oil slick as tough as they come
It’s parting the masses blocks out the sun
Beefed up on hurt, gung ho and proud
Suits, shades and outriders survey the crowd

It’s got the power to drop the bomb
You hear a rumble then it’s gone
He could blow us all to kingdom come
There ain’t no doubt he’s his daddy’s son
I wanna get a ride in Cadillac One

Don’t slow at tollbooths or stop at red lights

Plays chicken with the bad boys and gives ’em a fright
Heading down the highway to justice of a kind
Retribution alley an armour plated mind

With your war wagon rolling fueled on your spite
You didn’t listen to the nation but still think you’re
right
I hear a knocking on the doors of perception
You sound like a fool words of mass deception


Marillion – Living With The Big Lie Lyrics


It all began with the bright light
The bright light and the noise
The chaos of the senses
And the scream of desire

Touchin’ and bein’ touched
A million lose ends to tie up
Tickin’ of the clock
And the cradle rock

The colors stand still
And then they move around
Comin’ in and out of focus
Upside down

Empty winter trees
How space feels
Love of the soft
Flowers and the sky

One fine day
The chaos subsides
Bleeds into awareness
And a lifetime of surprise

The beauty of your mother’s eyes
The pain when you fall
You drink it in and marvel at it all
But you never really figure it out
You get used to it

The babble of the family
And the dumb TV
Roar of the traffic
And the thunder of jets

Chemicals in the water
Drugs in the food
The heat of the kitchen
And the beat of the system

The attitude of authority
And the laws and the rules
Hit me square in the face
First morning at school

The heroes and the zeros
The first love of my life
When to kiss and to kick

And to keep your head down
When they’re choosin’ the sides

I was never any good at it
I was terrified most of the time
I never got over it
I got used to it

Alone in the city
At seventeen
With the hollow, the lonely
The drowning and the drowned

I was made to feel worthless, the wretched and the mean
Beat me up like a weapon
I can’t run away from or find a way ’round
Holdin’ on, holdin’ on

The greed and the missiles
Exploding somewhere every day
Hideous dark secrets under the sea
And in holes in the ground

The cold war’s gone
But those bastards’ll find us another one
They’re here to protect you, don’t you know?
So get used to it, get used to it

Oh, the clash of religions
And the loaded prayers
Information the face of starvation
And the state of the nation

The sense that it’s useless
And the fear to try
Not believin’ the leaders, the media that feeds us
Livin’ with the big lie

You get used to it
Hey, you get used to it
It’s okay, it’s okay, you get used to it


Marty Robbins – Trail Dreamin’ Lyrics


All through the day, in the saddle I sway
Visions grow as I go trail dreamin’
I see a home on a blue mountain dome
Love inlaid, that I made trail dreamin’

There’s a rainbow trail that’s lined with stars

That leads to a gate with moving bars
And it’s welcome, I feel till my vision’s so real
Turn to dust, ’cause I’m just trail dreamin’

Misc – Crown Lyrics


If eyes are the mirror of the soul
You will find in my the scorn and apathy
You will read my hatred as in a curs’d book
You will see yourself as I see you
It is a mirror sombre and opaque
Which protects me, which stifles me
A great ditch around the heart
Which rejects, which estranges me
There is a world in my head
A dead world where nothing lives
And it is there I am, too far,
Far too far to be rejoined
A crown of thorns is still a crown
I am a king in a kingdom of suffering

I have taken my time to reach this stage
I have taken pains to torture myself
To descend, to descend
Into pain, I exist
And I my brain is numbed
The thorn in my flesh
Can overcome apathy
There is glory in humiliation
A throne to be taken, a crown to win
I have no more tears,
And my smile has lost its brilliance
I have forgotten who I was,
I have killed my emotions
Crushed, empty, weary,
Always standing, I am a tree
Awaiting the lightning.

Beenie Man To Be Sentenced May 14 After Pleading Guilty to DRM Charges


Beenie Man faces jail time or fine hen he appeared in court next month for sentencing in his DRM case.

Beenie Man flipped the not guilty verdict he provided in February and opted for a guilty one when he again stepped into the St. Elizabeth Parish Court on Wednesday, February 10. The dancehall legend was in court to address charges linked to breaches of the Disaster Risk Management and Noise Abatement Act on November 29, 2020.

Specifically, the entertainer has pleaded guilty to the DRM charges, while other charges linked to the Noise Abatement Act, which insinuated that the deejay did not attempt to secure a permit from the Superintendent for the Shrewbury district, were dropped by the court on Monday.

Beenie Man’s lawyer Roderick Gordon says that the artist did the honorable thing to plea guilty to the charge. The attorney is also satisfied with the Crown’s decision to withdraw the second charge.

As for his guilty plea, the entertainer will be heading to court on May 14th to receive his sentencing.

While speaking to The Gleaner after his courthouse proceedings on Monday, Beenie Man had this to say about his decision to not contest the matter any further. “Mi nuh wah nobody fi feel like mi above the law so we affi deal wid dat right and mek Jamaica feel safe and mek di people dem know dat we wid dem,” the deejay said.

Based on the recent amendment of the Disaster Risk Management Act (DRMA), Beenie Man could be steering down a monetary fine of up to JM$500,000.

The 47-year-old had a very troubled 2020, which included the death of his mom, as well as another run-in with the law on New Year’s Eve, which led to him being officially charged.

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Matt Simons – With you Lyrics


[Verse 1:]
Honest where I start from
I try and impart my wisdom
A combination of truth and fear
That’s the way it’s always been
My father and his before him
At times we hurt the ones we love so dear

[Chorus:]
I’ll be with you, I’ll be waiting for you
On the other side, on the other side
And the winds that blow they’ll guide you home
Get you through the night, get you through the night
It’ll all be right

[Verse 2:]
My job to control you
Darling, though I barely know you
Hoping you grow tired and start giving in
Spout of holy water
Pour it on my only daughter
Maybe there’s a shot she’ll begin again

[Chorus:]
I’ll be with you, I’ll be waiting for you
On the other side, on the other side
And the winds that blow they’ll guide you home
Get you through the night, get you through the night
It’ll all be right

[Bridge:]
So wrong
And I’m here to make it right for what it’s worth
And I’m sorry, yes, I’m sorry if you never felt
The love, the love, the love that you deserve

[Chorus:]
I’ll be with you, I’ll be waiting for you
On the other side, on the other side
And the winds that blow they’ll guide you home
Get you through the night, get you through the night
It’ll all be right
It’ll all be right

Elton John – Thank You for All Your Loving Lyrics


[Verse 1]
Oh, pity me
I’m so alone and so blue
My friends have all gone away
Their friendliness too

[Pre-Chorus]
It was I on my own
With no need to belong
And I wanted to die
That’s when you came along

[Chorus]
And thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your tears
Thank you for all of your kindness
Thank you for being here

[Verse 2]
What a difference it made
My life has started again
And if you go away
It just won’t be the same

[Pre-Chorus]
It’s hard to say what I feel
When I’m by your side
You’re there when I’m worried
All my troubles, in you I confide

[Chorus]
And thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your tears
Thank you for all of your kindness
Thank you for being here

[Verse 1]
Oh, pity me
So alone and so blue
My friends have all gone away
Their friendliness too

[Pre-Chorus]
It was I on my own
With no need to belong
And I wanted to die
That’s when you came along

[Chorus]
And thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your tears
Thank you for all of your kindness
Thank you for being here

[Outro]
Thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your loving
Thank you for all of your loving

Bill Wurtz – ​money Lyrics


[Verse 1]
Got some money, got some cash
I’m rich and now I’m sad
And I wonder if I’m sad about the money that I have
Got some boats on my plane
At the hotel where I’m staying
Just in case I ever have to swiftly get away

[Verse 2]
And the window is broken
And cold winds are blowing in at me
That’s when I knew that the fairytale is true
And tomorrow I’m going out to sea

[Verse 3]
Got some money in my hand
And it makes me mad
Because I don’t know what money means

[Verse 4]
Everyone knows that the world is cold
And you can warm it up with a little true love
And I wish to explain all the ways
Friends and lovers can go all the way
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to me
One day will feel complete
Happy birthday to somebody in the streets
Who’s been waiting patiently

[Verse 5]
Got money, some cash
I keep it in my head
And I think about it all day but I can’t spend it
Hello it’s a Tuesday show
‘Cause Wednesday seems so long ago
I said it three or four songs ago
It’s time for the show

[Verse 6]
Got some money in my hat
And it makes me seem tall
I can see where all the money in the world has gone
It’s swimming!
Across the floor of the ocean
Peacefully floating there
It’s 4.95, some call it 3.99
Some call it a billion

[Verse 7]
Money is bad
I don’t understand what to do it with it
Or how to deal with it, yeah
Or tell my friends
What it does
How it works
What it’s worth
And if it can change the world
Yeah


Lil Yachty – CORTEX Lyrics


[Intro]
Yeah
Polishin’ a goddamn sword, you know what I’m sayin’?
Polishin’ a sword (Uh, uh, uh, uh)
Concrete Family, Concrete Industries, Concrete Boys up, always, never down
(And this beat from Cash, not from YouTube) Always

[Verse 1]
Niggas is not really killers
I seen ’em shoot up, they treat beef like heroin (Uh, uh)
Everyone wanna be kings
But niggas too soft, see, me, I got pharaoh skin
We took the drive, needed Wock’ for the low
Had to do us a call in Carrollton (Damn)
My niggas quick to reassemble your wig
I nicknamed him Tae ’cause he arrogant (Brrt)
Nut in your bitch, make her carry my kids
Treat that lil’ bitch like a surrogate (Uh)
Bought a new crib ’cause I needed more space
I call my new shit a terabyte (Uh)
Only if niggas could see what I saw
Take a walk in my shoes, they’ll feel me (God)
Dawg, if the government knew what I knew publicly
Honestly, they’d kill me (Uh)

[Chorus]
Nigga, niggas is, pussy, uh (Brr)
We gettin’, p-paper, I’m in a, Maybach
Fuckin’ your, b-bitch, yeah, hm, yeah, hm, hm
Bettin’ a million, hm, niggas can’t fuck with the boys (Us)
Pullin’ up, new Rolls Royce
Bitch on moist, feelin’ my void
Pocket full of blue like boys
Niggas too noisy, they can’t hang around (Brr)
Keep shit simple like Jjjound
Need my crown pearl like oysters (Us)
White gold shiny like quarters
Ten thousand shoes, feelin’ like hoarders, hm

[Verse 2]
Ain’t nobody gon’ check me, hm
Two hunnid thousand, I spend on a neck piece
Fuck my opps, I’m deadly (Opps)
When I die, hope they put on my tombstone
“All I wanted was respect” (Yeah)
Concrete Boy Boat, I ain’t no hoe, and that’s on my set (Us)
Went from Buddy Pass to the first class
Then we hit them jets (Uh)
Took that F&N with them big bullets, put down T-Rex (Brrt)
This ain’t book club, this ain’t study session
Can I have some sex? (Uh)
I ain’t never pressed, ever, no, baby, there is too many hoes (Yeah)
I ain’t never content with my life, I got too many goals (Yuh)
I ain’t ever naked in no club, we got too many poles uh, hm
They don’t wanna cop no za, we got too many lows (Mh)
Out in LA with my little brother, we coppin’ too many bowls

[Chorus]
Nigga, niggas is, pussy, uh (Brr)
We gettin’, p-paper, I’m in a, Maybach
Fuckin’ your, b-bitch, yeah, hm, yeah, hm, hm
Bettin’ a million (Slatt), hm, niggas can’t fuck with the boys (Us)
Pullin’ up, new Rolls Royce
Bitch on moist, feelin’ my void
Pocket full of blue like boys
Niggas too noisy, they can’t hang around (Damn)
Keep shit simple like Jjjound
Need my crown pearl like oysters (Free)
White gold shiny like quarters
Ten thousand shoes, feelin’ like hoarders (Us, pussy)

[Outro]
Us, bitch
Went crazy
Damn


Brandi Carlile – Late Morning Lullaby Lyrics


As soon as my eyes shut the slide show begins
Yesterday is gone now and panic sets in
With a weight upon my chest and a ghost upon my back
And the numbing sensation of everything I lack that leaves me

Dreaming, dreaming, dreaming, ooh
Your real world away

And beautiful, beautiful bright eyes lie
Only beautiful, oh, beautiful bright eyes cry
Singing late morning lullaby

The first sign of morning is gray and alarming
It’s so disappointing, the day has come so soon
While the rest of the world greets the day and feels new

I will push it away just like I always do, I will be

Dreaming, dreaming, dreaming, ooh
Your real world away

And beautiful, oh, beautiful bright eyes lie
Only beautiful, oh, beautiful bright eyes cry
Singing late morning lullaby, late morning lullaby

Oh, I would darken my window so I can fall asleep
While the critics frown down on the hours, I keep that leave me

Dreaming, dreaming, dreaming, ooh
Your real world away

Post Malone Creates History As Youngest Artist To Have 3 Diamond Singles


Post Malone is now the youngest artist in history to achieve 3 diamond songs.

The artist won big with his hit singles “Congratulations,” featuring Quavo, “Sunflower” with Swae Lee, and “Rockstar” with 21 Savage as the youngest artist at 25 to achieve three diamond certifications simultaneously. Post Malone’s latest commercial success comes on the heel of his 2019 project Hollywood’s Bleeding. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, the 25-year-old artist’s recording-breaking streak means that three of his biggest singles have all topped sales of 10 million copies sold.

Producer Dre London who discovered the artiste celebrated the news on Instagram.

“Mama!! We did it again!!,” he wrote in the caption of the Chart Data update on his achievement. “This stuff don’t just happen in the movies it happens in real life too!! Who would have ever thought your son from the streets of Brixton South London would have ever discovered the youngest artist in history to EVER have 3 diamond records. Congrats to my bruv @postmalone We did it!!& we just getting started!!! #2021 #DreVision.”

Meanwhile, “Rockstar” passed the two billion streams mark on Spotify. The song has been all the rage on Tik Tok and has been used in thousands of videos recreated by fans. He now has achieved a record of being one of two artists who have seven or more songs that have streamed one billion or more times. Only Justin Bieber has been able to achieve this feat.

In the grand scheme of things, Post Malone’s songs are now among only 45 songs in history to have been certified, Diamond. Among the other artists sharing the achievement are Eminem, Ed Sheeran, and Katy Perry, who all hold a record of three singles, each being Diamond Certified, and Cardi B for her first Diamond Certified single for Bodak Yellow.

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Offset Pulled Lyric About Saweetie From New Song With IDK


Did Offset pulled reference lyric about Saweetie from his new song with IDK?

It seems that the bitterness from Saweetie and Quavo’s break up has run into the rest of the Migos group as it is now speculated that a song by IDK which features Offset has been refined to remove a reference to Saweetie.

The song “Shoot my Shot” received a lot of attention for the reference to the Los Angeles rapper. However, following the breakup, it seems that Migos are erasing any and all connections to Saweetie, who has dated Migos member Quavo and had a bitter breakup that continues to see drama from both sides.

Some blogs and fans are interpreting the development of IDK’s new song with Offset as coming off as another layer of Quavo’s ongoing feud against his ex-girlfriend. Neither of the rappers have anything to do with the song, but it seems that the lyric being changed at the last minute is telling a different story.

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The latest version of the lyric reads – “Say she like to do the lounge, she don’t f*ck with the clubs/My type, my type, yeah, yeah, my type,” raps IDK in his verse in the officially released version of “SHOOT MY SHOT.”

The latest audio is an alteration, however, of the original verse that shouts out Saweetie. The original lyrics include the lines, “Say she like to do the lounge, she don’t f*ck with the clubs/My type, my type, like Saweetie, my type.” The verse still references the rapper’s hit record “My Type,” which many persons would know is an indirect reference to Saweetie even if her name is removed. It seems as though Offset (or is it really Quavo?) took issue with it and asked for it to be changed.

Fans, on the other hand, are of the opinion that the group is bullying Saweetie while also riding on her coat tail and using her song for relevance. “They clout chasing HER atp,” one person commented. Some fans, though, think it is good that the name was removed as it can be misinterpreted as a beef with Saweetie. “if he would of [sic] kept it on there y’all would of said they firing shots….grow to ppl.”

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Chuck Fenda Faces Criticism For Lovers Rock Collab With Teenage Jada Kingdom


Jada Kingdom’s 2017 rise in the music industry with “Love Situations” is well known to her fans and followers. But a 7-year-old music video that emerged on social media on Sunday, April 18, revealed that this was not the artists’ first big appearance on the music scene.

It turns out that the sultry track titled “Believe,” featured the 16-year-old Jada Kingdom, and renowned reggae artist Chuck Fenda was already getting heavy rotation before many people knew about the “Heavy!” deejay.

The recent revelation did not sit well with some members of the public, who took to social media to condemn the lyrics of the song by Jada as a teenager and criticized Chuck Fenda for the collab.

In the refrain, Chuck Fenda sings, “When I love I love you right, When I hold I squeeze you tight, baby believe me,” and Jada Kingdom, who went by just Jada K back then, follows with “I wanna do the things you like, boy I need your love tonight, it sounds like cliché, I love you each day.”

Concerned fans have since made it their duty to locate the video on YouTube, where they expressed their displeasure.

One person commented, “This is giving weird vibes. Like Robert Kelly and Aaliyah vibes,” another added, “The lyrics and the age. Parents..” and another expressed, “The age and the lyrics just doesn’t sit right with me.”

Yet, a 2014 Gleaner article titled “16-Year-Old Makes Musical Debut” stated, “She may only be 16 years old, but up-and-coming singer Jada Murphy is ready to take the music industry by storm. After a chance encounter with reggae artiste Chuck Fenda…Jada-K, seized the opportunity to audition for him.”

The article explained that Fenda was impressed with young Jada’s vocal range and decided to work with her. Additionally, the article stated that Fenda had received permission from Jada’s parents before working with her as she was still a minor.

Jada told the media that her musical journey was fully supported by her parents.

“My parents are behind me 100 percent. They encourage the boldness I had to approach Chuck Fenda and create this opportunity for myself,” she said.

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