The Generation of Infamous

Day: August 23, 2022

  • Drake Named Shazam’s Most Searched Artist Of All Time

    In celebration of two decades of Shazam, the app has been sharing some of its most noteworthy stats. Adding to the many achievements and awards he’s already received throughout his illustrious career, Drake has just been named Shazam’s most searched artist of all time. As Complex reports, the music identifying service is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and to commemorate,…

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  • Chris Brown Reveals He’s Still Banned From Performing At Award Shows

    Chris Brown says he’s still not allowed to perform on award show stages, including BET. Chris Brown has had an incredible year thanks to the success of his tenth studio album Breezy as well as his current “One Of Them Ones” Tour with Lil Baby. But according to the star, despite all of his accomplishments, he’s still banned from performing at award shows. The…

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  • DJ Drama Condemns Roc Nation’s Alleged Involvement In 2019’s “Free Uzi” Campaign

    Uzi was upset with Generation Now over an album release, and soon, the controversy escalated with a “Free Uzi” campaign. Whenever an artist is at odds with their record label, there is often a “Free [insert name here]” social media campaign that follows. We recently saw SZA‘s fans come to her purported aid after she expressed…

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  • DJ Khaled Sheds A Tear On “GOD DID” Cover Art

    The new album from DJ Khaled is due out this Friday. DJ Khaled will be back with “another one” this Friday. The Miami-based DJ and mogul have been ramping up the anticipation for his forthcoming album, GOD DID. So far, he’s unveiled tidbits of information surrounding the project. He previously dropped “Staying Alive” ft. Drake and Lil Baby, which is apparently one of…

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  • Curren$y Clarifies His Aversion To Business Partnerships With Other Artists

    He says that there were artists that he wanted to work with but “they just—some of ’em weren’t as cool as I thought.” These days, it’s common to see artists collaborating outside of the studio. In Hip Hop alone there are artists who come together for branding or fashion deals, with rappers or influential figures…

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