The declaration is inspired by recent events
Remember when Snoop Dogg was accused of murder? Or when he was found in possession of a firearm in both 1993 and 2007? Well, he'd like you to forget about all that. As the reincarnated Snoop Lion, new-found member of the Rastafarian movement, the longtime rapper has publicly condemned gun violence on his new single "No Guns Allowed."
R&B songstrees takes issue with Beyoncé's new single
Keyshia Cole apparently bows to no one. The R&B songstress recently took to social media to share her displeasure for Beyoncé's "Bow Down/I Been On." Now, we have our own opinions of the track but we have to admit to surprise at hearing Keyshia being so vocal.
The upstart West Coast MC enlists Hova for a remix of his hit single.
We're starting to things might be competitive in the Carter household. A day after the Mrs. drops two new singles, her other half , aka Jay-Z, teams with Kendrick Lamar for a remix of his hit single, "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe." [listen below]
But even her most loyal fans are considering not obliging
* Editor's note: The above song contains adult language
We should have seen this coming. Having had her ego stroked without pause for approximately 15 years straight, Beyonce is — as a result — feeling herself. Like, she's really feeling great about her greatness. Like, she's gone and reached the apex of arrogance. And now — not that she cares — it's up to us peons to determine if, with her new songs "Bow Down" and "I Been On," she's in audacity-overload or, as is usually the argument when it comes to Bey, her new-found attitude is (through clenched teeth) "rightfully deserved."
He might be one of the youngest in Odd Future, but he's sure acting like a man.
Hip-Hop continues to give the long-standing music festival more and more love
It's a perfect vision, get it?!
Set your clocks.
At around 1AM this morning (March 7th), Drake released the track "5AM In Toronto." The cut, produced by Boi1Da, is a hyper-lyrical journey into Drake's mind. Much like his previous song of a similar theme "9AM In Dallas," Drizzy waxes philosophical on attaining success and maintaining it - setting him apart from the proverbial rest of Rap. The timing of this song is pretty telling, given the response from "Started From the Bottom."
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