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  4. Mally Mall will be spending the next 33 months in prison for owning and operating a prostitution business. The producer, whose real name is Jamal Rashid, appeared in a Las Vegas federal courtroom for his sentencing on Thursday (May 13) where he addressed the judge. “I respectfully ask you to accept the fact that since 2014, I have not engaged in any criminal activity,” he said, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “I truly apologize to the court, the government and, most importantly, the women involved.” Mall, who appeared on “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” has written and produced songs for artists including Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Tyga, and Rae Sremmurd. According to court documents, Rashid made millions of dollars through illegal escort businesses that served as fronts for prostitution over the course of 12 years. In 2014, an FBI investigation revealed that he “persuaded, induced, enticed, and caused” hundreds of women to engage in prostitution across state lines. These women were either “independent contractors” who paid him half of what they earned, or “priority girls” who would earn up to $10,000 a day but only keep $100. The women lived in properties he owned and were also encouraged to get tattoos of him to demonstrate their loyalty. They were not allowed to date and trackers were placed on their cars. “They couldn’t speak to anyone who is Black because a Black person could be a pimp,” said U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro. “This was almost a form of imprisonment or enslavement.” In 2019, Rashid pleaded guilty to one count of use of an interstate facility in aid of unlawful activity. As part of his plea deal, he faced a sentence of between one and 33 months in prison. The prosecutor asked the judge to impose the full sentence, stating that Rashid had been in contact with one of the victims as recently as this week. “I hope this really takes. I hope you get this message. You’ve just been really lucky,” said Navarro. “You will spend the rest of your life in prison if you do this again.” Rashid has until Aug. 13 to surrender. After his prison sentence, he will face three years of supervised release.
  5. With just hours until The Off-Season drops, J. Cole has revealed the tracklist for his sixth studio album. The 12-track set kicks off with “95 South” and includes songs like “Applying Pressure” and “Pride Is the Devil.” Last summer’s single “The Climb Back” also makes the cut (but not “Lion King on Ice”), as well as the recently-released “interlude.” Like all of Cole’s albums since 2014, there appear to be no features. The follow-up to 2018’s KOD was executive produced by Cole, along with Dreamville President Ibrahim Hamad and T-Minus. Production also comes courtesy of Timbaland, Boi-1da, DJ Dahi, Jake One, Frank Dukes, and Tae Beast. Tracklist. Album at midnight. pic.twitter.com/UuYMrCT7Zp — J. Cole (@JColeNC) May 13, 2021 “The Off-Season symbolizes the work that it takes to get to the highest height,” Cole told SLAM. “The Off-Season represents the many hours and months and years it took to get to top form.” This may be the first of Cole’s final three albums, culminating with The Fall-Off. “I’m super comfortable with the potential of being done with this shit. But I’m never going to say, Oh, this is my last album,” he said. “Because I never know how I’m going to feel two years, three years, four years down the line, 10 years down the line, but please believe, I’m doing all this work for a reason.” The Off-Season drops at midnight. See the tracklist below. 1. “95 South” 2. “Amari” 3. “My Life” 4. “Applying Pressure” 5. “Punchin’ the Clock” 6. “100 Mil'” 7. “Pride Is the Devll” 8. “Let Go of My Hand” 9. “Interlude” 10. “The Climb Back” 11. “Close” 12. “Hunger on Hillside”
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  7. Justin Bieber and Soulja Boy have some heat on the way. The pop superstar and rapper recently hit the studio to cook up new music. They teased the potential collaboration by sharing photos from their recording session on Instagram. They didn’t reveal what they were working on, but Bieber appeared to be enjoying himself in the studio. He can be seen dancing alongside Soulja Boy in one photo. “Love you bro,” Bieber captioned his photos, while Soulja responded in the comments, “Love you more bro.” Bieber’s photographer Rory Kramer was on hand to document the moment. “Today was legendary. Very nostalgic for me,” he wrote. The two previously collaborated on the 2010 song “Rich Girl,” but it was never officially released to streaming services. It’s unclear where their new collaboration will land. Draco is enjoying success with his latest single “She Make It Clap,” while Bieber’s “Peaches” is currently No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Bieber has also reportedly collaborated with BTS on a new song, which could appear on a future repackaging of his latest album Justice.
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