Kendrick has been dropping new music lately and he has now blessed up with "Humble", a week after the controversial song, "The Heart Part 4."
Kendrick has come out the woodworks hinting a fourth album and now it looks like one could really be on the way with all this new music coming.
Check it out:
Wayne and Kehlani have jumped on the remix of Khalid's Location. I'm a fan of the song so I'm loving this remix! Check it out:
Being that I am a HUGE Wayne fan, I was here for Rick Ross's words to Birdman.
Ross is not the first person to speak up for Wayne and his battle with the Cash Money President but he is certainly the first to speaking directly to Birdman by name.
In the song "Idols Become Rivals" Rick Ross takes shots at Birdman, not just in Wayne's defense but DJ Khalad as well. Speaking nothing but truth. Its no secret that Stunna has a bad rep with not paying his artist.
To my surprise, Birdman has responded & quite quickly! In an interview with Billboard, the Cash Money President had this to say:
“I don’t get caught up in hoe sh-t, man. I just keep doing what I’m doing and keep pushing. I don’t get caught up in that, I don’t play like that. I’m a man and I stand my ground and I do my thing. Numbers don’t lie, and that’s all I give a f–k about: numbers, and puttin’ them up.”
One thing I am not surprised about is that Birdman had nothing to say about the details Rick Ross spoke about. He gave his safe, simple and general answer. If you ask me, Birdman see's nothing wrong with what he's done and continues to do. He doesnt even acknowledge that there is an issue smh
Trey Songz went crazy a few months back in Detroit, destroying sound equipment during one of his shows after being told to end his performance (the equipment was his, fyi).
If the singer can't reach a plea deal with prosecutors, he will face trial in September. If an agreement is reached, the charge of aggravated assault and assault a police officer will be reduced to a felony assault charge.
One of the greatest diss tracks of all time, "ShEther" has been pulled from all streaming services, internet and radio play. Nicki Minaj is signed to Republic, whose owned by Universal Music Group, who owns the rights to Nas’s “Ether” song. The label had an issue with Remy Ma using the “Ether” song to make her diss towards Nicki, leading them to pull the song.
Remy never got permission to use the song. (SMH)
The song was already getting radio play, charting on iTunes and making a little money. So now, Remy's diss track is banned from airplay and Remy can’t perform the song either.
But on the bright side, Nas had nothing to do with the song getting pulled - he is a fan.
But being that this is the label that Nicki is signed to… sounds a little sketchy.
And how ironic that Nicki NOW drops her “reply”…
Three weeks later Nicki Minaj decides to drop a semi-diss track towards Remy Ma.
She took to Instagram to get a few words off her chest as well saying,
"Here @ young money we don't do diss records, we drop HIT RECORDS & diss you ON them.
Queens don't move on peasant time. Queens shut down Paris, then drop hits on #Queentime."
The "diss" track, No Fraud, features Drake and Lil' Wayne. Aiming bars at Remy Ma:
"You can't beat Pablo, if your work ain't selling/ What the f**k is this b**ch inhaling?/ I would of helped you out that pit you fell in/ I am the generous queen, just as Ellen/ Tried to drop another one, you was itching to scrap/ You exposed your ghostwriter and now you wish it was scrapped/ Heard you p**sy on yuck, I guess you needed a PAP/ What type of bum b**ch shoot a friend over a rack?/ What type of mother leaves her one son over a stack?"
But she didn't stop there, releasing 2 more songs: Changed It feat Lil Wayne and Regret in Your Tears, a song that could be about Meek based off a caption Nicki put with the artwork on Instagram. (read below)
But now the question is, do we even still care? The hype is now down (number 1). Number 2, this is still RAP Nicki, we know you can drop hit songs but we want to hear a real diss track. She is still on this "numbers over everything" mindset & we are over that. We need old, hood rat Nicki back, the one that didn't mind getting dirty. These days all Nicki cares about is making money and making numbers, nothing wrong with that. Make your money boo. But for the culture (as we love to say), it is needed. Real Rap!
I do like the songs, but... I barely reacted at the "diss". Nicki is just doing what she knows how these days, being an ARTIST and not a RAPPER... I guess I'll say, good to have you back Nicki
Wednesday March 8th was the International Women's Day and this year was all about "A Day Without Women" as a continued protest of the world wide, record-breaking Women's March that happened in January following President Trump's Inauguration. For the "Day Without Women", ladies and supporters could participate in 3 different ways: take the day of off paid and unpaid work, not shop in stores unless women owned, minority owned or small business and/or simply wear red. I decided to put together a small lunch event for the ladies of Eastern North Carolina to show our appreciation and to let them know we too stand for our rights as women! The message we hoped to bring: We are women and we stand for our equal rights. This was my first event and it turned out to be a success! News crews from WNCT, WITN and other surrounding news stations were there to document the event. And free food, drinks and prizes were given to those who attended! I was SO nervous about this but it ended up all coming together after a morning of running around!
I can say, that I am proud of myself and my station!
Today (March 8th) is the International Women's Day and also, the Day Without Women. The same group that put together the Women's March in January after Trump's Inauguration decided that on March 8th women should take the day off. As we continue to fight for out rights for equality, we will remove ourselves from society for a day to show how important our roles as women really are. So in honor the "A Day Without A Women", I decided to throw an event here in Greenville associated with the movement, "A Day Without Women". The event will be free with free food and drink and raffles. Starting at 12noon-2pm at the Nu Look Business Center. Just something for women of the ENC (eastern North Carolina) area to show appreciate and that we stand for women rights and equality. This is my first event I'm doing and I am super excited and nervous! To my surprise, the local new station, WNCT also picked up the story! Check out the clip below!
Monday morning Trump announced his new healthcare plan to replace the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare. We are calling this (as of now), Trumpcare. Trump calls it a “wonderful new healthcare bill”. The White House Press Secretary is calling it “an important step toward restoring healthcare choices and affordability back to the American people an important step toward restoring healthcare choices and affordability back to the American people”.
The new healthcare may replace Obamacare but will not measure up to the Affordable Care Act in anyway. It now moves the power from federal to state control. It would repeal the penalty faced by those who refused to buy health insurance.
Ready for the downside: