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Beyonce released her first song in 3 years last night, a House music song entitles Break My Soul. And it’s still early, but the early results are very underwhelming.
Many of Beyonce’s biggest fans are disappointed by the new track, and the general consensus is that this song is a FLOP!!
Word On The Curb… Juve just dropped a vaccine remix to his 1999 classic, “Back That Thang Up” … teaming up with Mannie Fresh and Mia X to give folks yet another reason to get their shots.
Girl you look good once you vax that thang up, you handsome young brother once you vax that thang up” … yes that’s Juvenile remixing his famous song for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Juvenile’s even got a music video for “Vax That Thang Up” as part of a collab with the dating app BLK, pushing vaccines as the safest way to have sex in the pandemic.
“Dating in real life, you need to vax that thang up, feeling freaky all night you need to vax that thang up” …
Cardi…. You In Danger Girl..
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Cardi B is addressing accusations of plagiarism surrounding her new single, “Up.”
Not even 24 hours after premiering the song and music video for her track on Friday (February 5), a controversy sparked when two New Jersey rappers, Mir Pesos and Mir Fontane, blasted the Bronx native for allegedly poaching the hook from their 2020 song “Stuck.”
“@iamcardib we want my money,” Mir Pesos tweeted with a video demonstrating how “Up” sounds similar to his joint with Mir Fontane.
The Jersey artists claim the stolen lyrics in question that appear on the hook for Cardi’s new track (“If it’s up, then it’s up, then it’s up, then it’s stuck”) copies from their own hook on “Stuck,” which goes: “If it’s up, then it’s stuck / Up then it’s stuck, yeah.”
Considering Cardi’s hook also carries a similar repetition and cadence to that of Mir Pesos and Mir Fontane’s “Stuck,” the accusation isn’t so inconceivable.
In her defense, Cardi took to Twitter to deny jacking any lyrics and even offered what she saw as proof of her rapping the “Up” hook in a video with Megan Thee Stallion in August 2020.
“AUGUST 7th now go check buddy’s date,” Cardi tweeted, prompting Mir Fontane to retort, “We previewed ‘STUCK’ on August 6th at the end of this video and recorded it even earlier than that, Respectfully.”
Even after the exchange, the “Press” star maintained her song was not inspired by the artists accusing her of plagiarism.
Responding to a doubtful fan, Cardi tweeted: “Naaa im the type of person that avoids problems & court days .If i get inspired by a song I wouldn’t mind giving a percentage or couple of thousand but I never Hurd if this man .I’m glad while I was recording this song in August I was playing wit the hook on this live.”
While it’s unclear if either party has any right to lay claim to the originality of the phrase, Genius insists no foul was committed on Cardi’s end — because, apparently, “If it’s up then it’s stuck” is a commonly used in southern hip-hop music.
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Lil Wayne wasted no time getting back to stuntin’ after he received a pardon from President Trump … and it looks like he was enjoying the hell out of his free pass.
Tory Lanez says Tunechi was on set to help out with his music video for “Big Tipper” the very next day after Trump pardoned the rapper in his federal gun case.
In the clip Lanez shared, Lil Wayne’s in a hot pink getup, flashing serious ice on both wrists, smoking and vibing to the music. Oh, and that’s all with a nude model in front of him on a table.
As we reported … Weezy was facing serious time behind bars after pleading guilty in federal court last month to illegally possessing a loaded weapon on a private jet.
Trump’s pardon — on the heels of Wayne endorsing Trump for President — let him off the hook for all that, though … which cleared his schedule for music vid shoots like the one with Lanez.
Tory gushed with all sorts of appreciation for Weezy coming through for him … after Trump came though for Weezy.
During an episode of the I Am Athlete podcast that was released on Monday, guest Rick Rosscontinued his nearly dozen-year-old feud with 50 Cent by
implying outright stating that 50 can’t make good music…either anymore, or without A-list producers.
The topic came up when hosts Channing Crowder, Fred Taylor, Brandon Marshall, and Chad Johnson brought up the idea of the two-rivals-who-often-exchange-shit-talk-that-leads-to-headlines facing off in a Verzuz battle. That idea was shot down and instead we got, well, shit talk that led to a headline.
Would it be really entertaining music-wise, you know what I’m saying?” Ross wondered when asked about the subject directly by Johnson. “I’m a real dude– 50 Cent had some huge records when he had the biggest producers and artists around him putting them together. That’s why, right now, he can’t make nothing to save his life. Rozay probably couldn’t save him!
And for extended shit talk involving Ross saying 50 is “no longer valuable” in the music arena—and therefore irrelevant to write diss tracks abou
Note that Ross had already faced off on Verzuzwith 2 Chainz this past fall. Also note that two rivals going against one another through the format would not be unprecedented, as we saw last month when Gucci Mane and Jeezy were paired. That specific face-off was also mentioned in the same interview.
Boosie Badazz is making the most of what is clearly a gruesome situation — using his leg injuries from last month’s shooting in Dallas to promote a new song.
The rapper revealed the brutal aftermath of not only the shooting, but the multiple surgeries he’s needed … including a procedure to remove bullet fragments, and getting screws put into his foot.
As you can see … it resulted in swelling, discoloration, and required several staples and stitches running from this thigh down past his knee.
The ghastly sight might leave Boosie’s fans speechless, but he’s using the video to accompany a new single, “Lost for Words,” which he dropped Thursday.
Along with footage of his busted-up leg, the music vid shows the rapper recovering in the hospital and later at home with family.
As we reported … Boosie didn’t let the damage to his leg stop him from hosting events a couple weeks afterward — on Thanksgiving in South Carolina and 2 days later in Alabama to celebrate his birthday.
Of course, Boosie had to roll into the clubs in a wheelchair … but he appeared to take it all in stride.
The Lousiana MC was shot in Dallas just days after his friend, Mo3, was killed there in a fatal shooting. So far, no arrests have been made in either shooting.
Cardi’s cover for Billboard’s ‘Woman of the Year’” is here and somewhere haters and Candace Owens’five strands of hair are having a conniption. The WAPtivist was profiled by Carl Lamarre about her standout year that included, of course, “WAP” that spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and set a record for the most streams for a song in a single week, 93 million to be exact.
She also dished on her daughter Kulture, the celebratory “WAP” singing outside of the White House when Biden won, political pundits attacking her, and her highly contested role model status.
See some excerpts below.
When Biden’s projected win was finally announced, we saw that kind of unity — especially when your fans sang “WAP” outside the White House. What was it like to see that?
I just feel like it was such a big victory for me and for Megan. I’m so used to listening to raunchy female rap music since I was a little girl — Trina, Khia, Lil’ Kim, Jacki-O, Foxy [Brown]. “WAP,” to me, was just a regular raunchy female rap song, but it caused so much controversy. So many Republicans — not just any Republicans that got an Instagram following, but a lot of Republicans that got blue checks [on Twitter] and millions of followers, [like Ben] Shapiro, Candace Owens, Tomi Lahren — were talking so much crap about “WAP.” So it was just a victory for me seeing people celebrating Biden’s win with my and Megan’s song. Power of the p***, ya heard?!”
You brought your daughter, Kulture, along to participate in the Show Me the Signs campaign, which paid tribute to Breonna Taylor and Black women killed by police. Why was it important to involve her at such a young age?
“I just thought she was looking really cute — and I want her to grow up knowing how the world really is. My daughter came out of my p***y rich. She lives a different lifestyle than I lived. This girl gets in a pool every single day; I can’t swim because I barely went to the pool. There was only one community pool where I’m from. I want her to know that just because you have money, that doesn’t mean you’re super-privileged.
Even me with her dad [rapper Offset], we have had really bad experiences with police, and we’re rich and famous. I want her to know that you’re not going to be an exception. I want her to have compassion. I don’t want her to ever have the mentality of, “This doesn’t apply to me.”
Do you consider yourself an activist?
I don’t know if I’m an activist. I’m a Libra — we are the justice sign. I like fairness, and I have compassion toward everybody. This is the type of person that I’ve always been. When I was a stripper, I posted the same s*** that I post now. I was doing marches in Harlem. But I don’t want people to think, “Oh, she’s an activist.” There’s people out here that really go off and beyond, like a Tamika [Mallory] or Shaun King, who go out of their way to really help. I feel like those are activists. I don’t want to take away from what they are. I just want to be a person with a platform that believes in good.”
In one particularly interesting tidbit Cardi, in her signature, Cardi way, talked about her role model status and how she balances that with her embracing her sexuality as an Offset’s penis admiring “naughty girl.”
Last year you said you struggled with being perceived as a role model. Do you still feel that way?
Definitely. Let’s say something is ugly, right? Everybody in the comments is saying it’s ugly, but you’re saying it’s pretty. If you have the unpopular comment, then you’re in the wrong. So you gotta be careful with what comes out of your mouth. You can’t even call people ugly nowadays! I’m not saying I want to call people ugly — you just can’t even be yourself anymore.
Am I a role model? I know I’m a role model because I know there’s a lot of women like me. At the end of the day, I know I’m a b**** that made it through because I work my a** off, not because luck fell on my thighs.
I want to show people that you can do positive things, but you can also be yourself. I’m a very sexual person. I love sex, and I like to rap about it. I like to do it. I admire my husband’s penis. I love p***y, and I love my body, and I want to be able to express that. I’m just a naughty girl, and I’m not hurting nobody because I love my pussy and want to rap about it.”
Busta Rhymes challenged T.I. to an online Verzuz battle, but T.I. declined — and now Busta is trolling T.I. for running from the smoke.
“It’s okay to let people know that you backed down from this Verzuz offer. It’s okay, Tip. You’ve ‘respectfully declined.’ I guess that’s the fancy way to say that you turned down this Verzuz battle,” Busta says in the clip.
You want to talk about generational gap? That’s a very respectful way of not saying that you don’t really want to sit in the smoking section with me and that you actually just turned down the opportunity to do this Verzuz battle with me. It’s cool, Tip. You can say it, King of the South!”
T.I. turned Busta down, claiming that the rapper’s catalog would be too thick. T.I. is desperate to battle 50 Cent, who has declined. There are not rumors that he could be facing off against Jeezy.