“I want people to feel the roots of Detroit — the undeniable soul, that unbreakable spirit,” Big Sean said of his album. “Detroit gets slept on sometimes, but I don’t think there’s any greater or more impactful city, especially musically throughout the decades. I couldn’t let that die. I had to do my version of the impact all that music had.”
There is an abundance of features on Detroit 2 and they include looks from Nipsey Hussle, Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhené Aiko, Dave Chappelle, Dwele, Anderson .Paak, Earlly Mac, Wale, Young Thung, Hit-Boy, Travis Scott, Key Wane, Diddy, Erykah Badu, Lil Wayne, Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Cash Kidd, Payroll, 42 Dugg, Bobby Jones, Drego, Sada Baby, Royce Da 5’9″, Eminem, Stevie Wonder, and Dom Kennedy. Stream Big Sean‘s Detroit 2 and let us know what you think.
1. Why Would I Stop?
2. Lucky Me
3. Deep Reverence ft. Nipsey Hussle
4. Wolves ft. Post Malone
5. Body Language ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Jhené Aiko
6. Story by Dave Chappelle
7. Harder Than My Demons
8. Everything That’s Missing ft. Dwele
10. Guard Your Heart ft. Anderson .Paak, Earlly Mac, Wale
11. Respect It ft. Young Thug, Hit-Boy
12. Lithuania ft. Travis Scott
13. Full Circle ft. Key Wane & Diddy
14. Time In ft. Twenty88
15. Story by Erykah Badu
17. The Baddest
18. Don Life ft. Lil Wayne
19. Friday Night Cypher ft. Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Cash Kidd, Payroll, 42 Dugg, Bobby Jones, Drego, Sada Baby, Royce Da 5’9″, Eminem
20. Story by Stevie Wonder
21. Still I Rise ft. Dom Kennedy
The 32-year-old icon has left anxiously-awaiting fans hanging for months while she has put the release of R9 on pause in order to pursue endeavors in other industries, the most recent of which has been the launch of her skincare line, Fenty Skin. Singer Skylar Gray however, took to Instagram to post a video of some of her unreleased songs, including a reggae-influenced song that she worked with Diplo on for Rihanna’s upcoming album.
“I was working with Diplo on a song for Rihanna. Wrote this with a guy named Hymn. […] This was when Rihanna was supposedly doing some kind of reggae album. I don’t know if she’s still making a reggae album or what, but this is a song we did for it. I don’t have the whole song, I’m just going to play you a piece of it, and it probably won’t sound great because it’s an iPhone recording of the speakers,” said Grey.
After releasing her 8th studio album, Anti, in 2016, Rihanna took a step back from music and dove into the world of entrepreneurship, where she has since been devastating the wallets of consumers worldwide. When many reputable makeup brands were going under fire for their lack of diverse color ranges in their products in 2017, Rihanna came through with the launch of her makeup company Fenty Beauty that September, which had a whopping 40 foundation shades and quickly became a holy grail brand among makeup lovers. In 2019, Rih launched her luxury apparel brand with French corporation LVMH, home to renowned luxury fashion houses by the likes of Celine, Dior, and Fendi, followed by the release of her skincare line in 2020.
While news recently surfaced that Rihanna’s company filed a trademark application for tableware, fans are hoping her next move will be gracing their ears with the new music we’ve been oh-so-patiently been waiting for.
Today, T.I. took yet another step into trying to get the battle off the ground as he took an antagonistic shot at 50 Cent on IG. “Pullin up to smoke @50cent @verzuztv like…. #BringMeTheBullyð @therealswizzz @timbaland MAKE THIS SCARY N**** PICK A DATEâ¼ï¸” T.I. wrote.
As you can see, T.I. is trying to get Swizz Beatz involved so that someone will finally get 50 to commit to what he started in the first place. T.I. vs 50 Cent would be a massive battle and the fans want to see it. If 50 can’t get it done, then he will certainly be doing a disservice to fans of both artists.
Who do you think would win in this battle, let us know in the comments below.
The Los Angeles Rams will make their debut in the brand new SoFi Stadium this month and L.A. native YG got an opportunity to get an early look at it.
The “FDT” rapper shared a preview of the state-of-the-art stadium while he toured it in a safety vest and a hard hat on Wednesday (September 3).
“You see the vibes,” he says in the clip as he shows off the $5 billion building, which is now both the biggest and most expensive stadium in the country.
YG is gearing up for the release of his fifth studio album My Life 4Hunnid, which he recently confirmed in a press release would drop on October 2 via Def Jam. The effort’s being supported by his recently-released single “Equinox,” which features his 4Hunnid signee Day Sulan.
His last release was May 2019’s 4Real, 4Real, which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 with 37,000 album-equivalent units. Features on the project included Meek Mill, G-Eazy, Kamaiyah, Ty Dolla $ign and more, as well as Tyga on the album’s platinum-certified lead single, “Go Loko.”
Revisit 4Real, 4Real below.