Future’s career-shifting mixtape is finally on streaming services.
“I’ve always spoke through my music and the people championed my trials and tribulations whole heartedly with no regards. Remember #MONSTER 5years later this classic is available on all platforms, Thanks for the love #RIPSETH,” he wrote on Instagram.
Victoria Monet drops off new material.
“When I wrote this song, I was just starting with my trainer, and I just really wanted to have really toned legs, a small waist, and a big ass,” she tells MTV News. “That goal still stands. It’s something that I don’t consider letting go of, ever.”
Finding inspiration in vintage workout videos that her own mother used, Monet pairs the track with a sensuous lyric video that finds her channeling 70s era workout tapes.
“The rest of my music has even more 1970s influence and live instrumentation,” she tells MTV. “I was really inspired by older artists that would leave musical breaks. This is just my take on that and bringing it into the living room space and making it relatable for other people.”
When you see me, just know, yeah, I earned that shit
Treat my calories like weed, yeah, I burn that shit
Shout out to my trainer, ’cause he crack that whip
It’s an asset just to see the way my ass sit like this in all my fits
An unexpected, yet killer, collab.
On Saturday night, inside the restaurant of Park MGM, Lady Gaga gave a whole different kind of performance than that of “Enigma.” For one, it wasn’t her own show. She unexpectedly went on stage during jazz vocalist and trumpeter, Brian Newman’s set. Furthermore, she was joined by ASHANTI. Who could have anticipated this collaboration?
Gaga and Ashanti ended up singing two jazzed-up duets together, one of them being a rendition of the latter’s classic, “Foolish”. The ladies definitely had a lot of fun with their impromptu performance as they danced around the room and passed the mic back-and-forth. It seems like Gaga tried to outshine Ashanti with her ferocious vocal runs, but they both certainly held their own. Ashanti, the bikini-pic queen, rocked a killer Louis Vuitton two-piece set and wore shades indoors like a true icon.
It may not be the top spot, but it’s still an accomplishment.
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On Instagram, Kash shared a screenshot from Billboard‘s Twitter account that showed her recently released album Stacked debuted at the 76th spot. In the caption, she wrote, “Yayyyy this my first time on the billboard charts with my first album! Keep buying and streaming bratz I’m very grateful ❤️😛 (with no radio hit or pre order) and #14 on the rap charts!”
Over on Twitter, Kash mentioned that she was nervous about how her album would be received, especially because she didn’t have a radio single or pre-order set in place. “We did it bratz!!!!!!!! I love y’all soooo much yayyyyyyyyy this my first time so this means everything thing to me for my first album!!” she wrote. Yet, there were some people who criticized the rapper, but she took the jabs in stride. “Idc about non of that sh*t y’all talking bout lol cause if I didn’t chart y’all would b on this b*tch hoeing me 😂😂😂.” You can stream Kash Doll’s debut album Stacked right here.
We did it bratz!!!!!!!! I love y’all soooo much yayyyyyyyyy this my first time so this means everything thing to me for my first album!! https://twitter.com/billboardcharts/status/1188825292032397313 …Billboard Charts
Debuts on this week’s #Billboard200 (1/2):
#9, @gucci1017 Woptober II
#16, @alterbridge Walk The Sky
#27, @G_Eazy Scary Nights
#35, @CodyJinksMusic The Wanting
#76, @kashdoll Stacked