Day: October 17, 2021

Travis Scott Signs Malu Trevejo To Cactus Jack Records

The 19-year-old social media star is the latest addition to Travis Scott’s imprint. Travis Scott has been signing some new talent to Cactus Jack Records over the years, and it has proven to be a solid endeavor for him. He has been able to secure talents like Sheck Wes as well as Don Toliver, who just came through

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Bow Wow Says There’s “Too Much Bitching & Complaining” On The Millennium Tour

Bow Wow revealed via Twitter that tonight’s show may be his last. If you’re attending the Millennium Tour in Atlanta tonight in hopes of seeing Bow Wow perform live, you may be disappointed. Earlier today, the rapper went on a Twitter rant, airing his grievances about the shows so far since the tour kicked off on October 1st. “Too

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Young Thug & Mac Miller Take Center Stage On This Week’s “Fire Emoji” Playlist

With more tracks from Lil Durk and Key Glock. If you’re a hip-hop fan, this week was certainly a good one for you. Various artists came out with some dope albums, while others re-released classic mixtapes from the last decade. Of course, the big release this week came from none other than Young Thug who dropped his

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Adele Breaks Spotify’s Single Day Streaming Record With “Easy On Me”

Chart Data reports that the song has already been streamed nearly 20 million times. From the looks of things, the world has been craving the return of Adele. On October 15th, the 33-year-old released her first song since 2015, an emotional track titled, “Easy On Me.” According to Chart Data on Twitter, Adele has already begun

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Mac Miller Was Motivated To Become A Star Without Jay-Z’s Help

Mac Miller didn’t want people to think that he was only successful because of one man. Mac Miller became one of the most beloved artists in the world throughout his meteoric rise, and now that he is gone, fans are always reflecting on his legacy. On Friday, his infamous 2014 mixtape called Faces made its way to streaming services, and

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