Day: June 2, 2021

City Girls Earn Their First Solo Billboard Chart Debut With “Twerkulator”

It’s a big day for the Miami duo. City Girls have certainly made a stain on the music industry since their debut. Ever since releasing their debut mixtape Period in 2018, the Miami duo has gone on to release two studio albums, Girl Code in 2018 followed by City on Lock in 2020. Girl Code featured the RIAA-platinum certified singles “Twerk” with Cardi B and “Act Up,”

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🔥 Quavo Says Migos “Culture 3” Will Be The “Greatest Album Of The Year”

Quavo is confident about the new Migos album, saying it will be the “greatest album of this year.” Things are heating up. We’re all getting back outside, slowly but surely, as vaccine jabs continue to reach one arm at a time. As we tip-toe towards our new normal, we’ll need some fire new music to keep us

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Lloyd Banks Adds Freddie Gibbs To “The Course Of The Inevitable”

Lloyd Banks confirms that Freddie Gibbs has been officially added to “The Course Of The Inevitable.” Lloyd Banks is ready to deliver his first studio album in over ten years, The Course Of The Inevitable. With the project set to arrive this coming Friday, June 4th, Banks previously unveiled the tracklist and production credits, the latter of which can be seen

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Fat Joe Holds It Down With Tiny Desk Concert

Fat Joe holds it down with an impressive Tiny Desk Concert, running through hits like “Lean Back,” “What’s Luv,” and more. Fat Joe has been doing this for a minute, having been spitting bars in the rap game since the early nineties when he went by “Fat Joe da Gangsta.” Currently among the most respected vets in hip-hop, Joe

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Mary J. Blige Details Creating Her “Darkest Album” In “My Life” Documentary

The singer revealed the documentary is about creating her classic record & says it was one of the “darkest times I’ve had.” One would think that with a successful career that has spanned decades, fans would know quite a bit about Mary J. Blige. Yet, even as candid as Blige has been in interviews since the inception of

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