Day: June 10, 2021

Trina & Eve Confirmed For “Verzuz,” Soulja Boy & Bow Wow Lock Down Date

“Verzuz” also has mystery appearances in July & shared they’re going international. More Verzuz appearances have been confirmed and the powers that be are taking things overseas. We’ve been covering the historic Verzuz moments since Timbaland and Swizz Beatz first delivered the music match-ups during quarantine. What began as a way for artists to not only occupy their time but to walk fans

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Migos Hit “Jimmy Fallon” For A Swanky Performance Of “Avalanche”

Migos channel some “Blues Brothers” vibes in their latest televised performance. All eyes are on Migos. The superstar rap trio is less than 24 hours away from dropping their long-awaited fourth studio album Culture III, and after a polarizing onslaught of solo albums from Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset following Culture II, a lot is riding on Migos’ forthcoming project. Over the past

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Chris Brown’s P.I. Talks Rihanna Incident: “He Was Defending Himself”

Scott Ross reportedly represented Brown during his legal case stemming from the violent post-Grammys 2009 altercation with Rihanna. Get ready for the resurgence of the incident heart ’round the world. It was after the Grammy Awards in February 2009 when Rihanna and then-boyfriend Chris Brown were engaged in a physical altercation that left the Fenty mogul battered. Brown was later sentenced to

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Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle” Beat Was Originally For Ciara

What might have been: Hit-Boy reveals that Ciara originally recorded a song over Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle.” Kendrick Lamar‘s good kid, m.A.A.d city is widely regarded as a classic album, arguably one of the best in recent memory. Highly conceptual to the point where repeat listens are basically necessary, Kendrick Lamar’s vision ensured that every song played a pivotal

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Willow Smith Says She Was Bullied For Liking Paramore & My Chemical Romance

Willow Smith reveals that she was bullied in school for liking genres like metal and punk rock. On “Chum,” Earl Sweatshirt famously rapped, “Too black for the white kids, and too white for the blacks,” and that bar from 2012 seems to accurately sum up an issue that Willow Smith dealt with while growing up. In her new exclusive interview with V Magazine, Willow offered

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