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  1. Tony Yayo is barking back at DMX. Earlier this week, the Yonkers rap legend was discussing his favorite lyricists with Fatman Scoop on Instagram Live. When Scoop mentioned Lloyd Banks among his favorite MCs, X questioned his choice. “Lloyd Banks? Lyricist?” X asked. “Quote four bars. Impress me with four bars of his. It shouldn’t be hard.” Banks responded on Twitter before X realized he had made a mistake and confused him for his former G-Unit groupmate Tony Yayo. He issued an apology, while dissing Yayo in the process. “It takes a real ni**a to admit when he’s wrong,” DMX wrote over a screenshot of Banks’ tweets. “My apologies to loyd banks I was thinking tony yayo when I was asked about banks. I fuck with banks!” DMX apologized and said he thought Lloyd Banks was Tony Yayo and I’m somewhat more offended. pic.twitter.com/YOqrK8bWvr — Ahmed/Official A&R for OVO Records (@big_business_) May 28, 2020 On Friday, Yayo finally responded to X’s diss. “Old ni**as and young ni**as clout chasing what’s the world Earth globe americas coming to,” he wrote on Twitter. “I guess you worry when stop talking about you.” He also took aim at X, who has struggled with substance abuse in the past. “Dmx a crack head who cares what he think,” tweeted Yayo alongside the laughing emoji. Old niggas and young niggas clout chasing what’s the world coming to. I guess you worry when stop talking about you. — Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) May 29, 2020 Dmx a crack head who cares what he think. — Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) May 30, 2020
  2. Music’s biggest names are speaking out in the wake of George Floyd’s death. As outrage and protests spread across the the United States, Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Drake are using their platforms to demand justice on behalf of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man who was killed on-camera by a white police officer in Minneapolis this week. Taking to Instagram on Friday night, Beyoncé shared an emotional message with her 147 million followers. “We all witnessed his murder in broad daylight,” said the singer, referring to the video of former officer Derek Chauvin, who pressed his knee against Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes as he cried out: “I can’t breathe!” Bey delivered a call-to-action and demanded accountability. “We’re broken and we’re disgusted. We cannot normalize this pain,” she said. “I’m not only speaking to people of color. If you’re white, black, brown, or anything in between, I’m sure you feel hopeless by the racism going on in America right now. No more senseless killings of human beings. No more seeing people of color as less than human. We can no longer look away.” She continued, “George is all of our family in humanity. He’s family because he’s a fellow American. There have been too many times that we’ve seen these violent killings and no consequences. Yes, someone has been charged but justice is far from being achieved.” She urged her fans to sign the Change.org petition and “continue to pray for peace, compassion, and healing for our country.” The petition has over 7 million signatures, making it the fastest-growing and largest U.S. petition in Change.org’s history. Rihanna also reflected on the “devastation, anger, and sadness” she has been feeling in the wake of Floyd’s death. Alongside a photo of Floyd, she explained why she has avoided social media until now. “For the last few days, the magnitude of devastation, anger, sadness I’ve felt has been overwhelming to say the least! Watching my people get murdered and lynched day after day pushed me to a heavy place in my heart! To the point of staying away from socials, just to avoid hearing the blood curdling agony in George Floyd’s voice again, begging over and over for his life!!!” she wrote. She also addressed the now-former officer, who was arrested Friday and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. “The look of enticement, the pure joy and climax on the face of this bigot, murderer, thug, pig, bum, Derek Chauvin, haunts me!! I can’t shake this! I can’t get over an ambulance pulling up to an arrest, a paramedic checking a pulse without removing the very thing that’s hindering it!” She questioned the injustice and consequences of murder. “Is this that fucking normal??? If intentional MURDER is the fit consequence for ‘drugs’ or ‘resisting arrest’….then what’s the fit consequence for MURDER???!” she asked, while tagging the names of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, two other unarmed African-Americans who were killed in recent weeks. Rihanna’s friend and collaborator Drake also honored Floyd by sharing “Affirmation,” a powerful poem by Assata Shakur. “Rest in heaven George Floyd ,” he captioned his post. While speaking with Lil Wayne on Young Money Radio on Friday, Dr. Dre weighed in on Floyd’s death. “That situation, it hurt my heart. My heart is still aching. It felt like that cop had his knee on all our necks, meaning black men. It’s extremely painful because it keeps going on,” said the hip-hop icon. However, he was hopeful that this could be a turning point. “What can happen to make this stop? It’s baffling, but it really feels like something is going to happen now, to at least put us in the area where we can start talking about a way to make this thing stop,” added Dre. “I think this one could be the one because I’m seeing white people out there protesting as well… which is a good thing. They should be. You said it right. Any decent human being should see that and go, ‘F**k this.” Enough is enough.'” Dr. Dre on George Floyd: “That situation, it hurt my heart. My heart is still aching. It felt like that cop had his knee on all our necks, meaning black men. It’s extremely painful because it keeps going on” #YoungMoneyRadio pic.twitter.com/yPooOM6OcG — Rap-Up (@RapUp) May 30, 2020
  3. Lil Wayne surprises fans with the deluxe edition of Funeral. While hosting Young Money Radio on Friday, Weezy announced that the album was now available on streaming services. The deluxe edition adds eight tracks to the original 24-track set, with appearances from Doja Cat, Tory Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert, Jessie Reyez, Benny the Butcher, and Conway the Machine. The original Funeral was released in February and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. During Friday’s episode of Young Money Radio, Wayne was joined by special guests including Dr. Dre, Dr. Fauci, and Kevin Hart. Since its launch last month, the show has become the most popular radio show on Apple Music. Stream Funeral (Deluxe) below.
  4. Months after accepting Eminem’s #GodzillaChallenge, Twista has finally answered the call. On Friday, the Chicago lyricist delivered his long-awaited verse over Em’s Music to Be Murdered By single “Godzilla.” Twista proved he’s in a league of his own, turning heads with his own tongue-twisting flow that lasted for nearly 40 seconds. He recorded his original verse in under a minute before releasing it online. “I feel like rapping fast today,” tweeted Twista. “I’m going to do this #GodzillaChallenge in under a min and put it right out.” Wheeew kinda slowed it up so y’all can hear what I’m sayin #GodzillaChallenge #eminem #twista #legends pic.twitter.com/PW4aAsRjDs — Twista Lifetime Ep Available Now!! (@TWISTAgmg) May 29, 2020 Twista, who once held the title of fastest rapper in the world according to Guinness World Records, received praise for his dizzying verse. “Twista is the fastest rapper bro,” tweeted one fan, while another added, “Nailed ittttt my man. Killed it.” Em launched the #GodzillaChallenge in February, asking fans to rap along to the monstrous third verse of “Godzilla.” He crowned a winner along with several runner-ups. “Fill ‘em with the venom and eliminate ‘em” @triller #GodzillaChallenge is on. Who can spit it? Reposting + got prizes for my favorites. https://t.co/jWfW83X7P8 pic.twitter.com/jKMpJH7nw7 — Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) February 25, 2020
  5. Skylar Grey takes on Travis Scott. The singer-songwriter behind hits for Eminem, Rihanna, and Beyoncé has released her own rendition of “goosebumps.” Skylar strips down the Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight track, adding her own chilling vocals that will actually give you goosebumps. But the highlight is when she flips Kendrick Lamar’s verse (“That pussy to die for”). Skylar Grey Channels Travis Scott Next Gallery Skylar Grey Channels Travis Scott View Fullscreen 1/9 1/9 View Slideshow Along with the single, Skylar has recreated some of Travis’ iconic album artwork and magazine covers as part of a photo shoot called LOOK MOM I’M TRAVIS SCOTT, inspired by Travis’ Netflix documentary LOOK MOM I CAN FLY. “goosebumps” follows Skylar’s late-night jam “Dark Thoughts,” which was self-produced from quarantine.
  6. Gucci Mane and Lil Baby are back with another one. After teaming up on a series of tracks, the Atlanta rappers unite once again on “Both Sides.” Over the tinkering trap beat, they rep Zone 6 while reflecting on their come-up. “I made it from the streets / It ain’t no mercy on these streets,” raps Guwop. They hit the streets of ATL in the video, which was filmed during quarantine. A shirtless Gucci dons a face mask while flaunting his cash. “These ni**as gon’ end up dead, they keep on playin’ both sides / They gon’ need a lot of black suits, a bunch of bow ties,” they rap. This marks Gucci’s first release of 2020. His last album, East Atlanta Santa 3, was released in December. Baby released the deluxe edition of My Turn last month. The album is currently No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
  7. Lil Wayne is weighing in on the death of George Floyd. While speaking with Fat Joe on Instagram Live, the Young Money boss was asked what he thought about Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man who was killed on Monday after a Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck during an arrest. There have been protests across Minneapolis and the country in the wake of his killing. “I think when we see these situations, I think we also have to understand that we have to get very specific,” said Wayne. “We have to get so specific and what I mean by that, we have to stop viewing it from such a broad view, meaning we have to stop placing the blame on the whole force and the whole everybody of a certain race or everybody with a badge.” He continued, “We have to get into who that person is. If we want to place the blame on anybody, it should be ourselves for not doing more than what we think we’re doing.” Lil Wayne speaks on the murder in Minneapolis of George Floyd, he says we should blame ourselves for it (@FatJoe Show) pic.twitter.com/DqYrCypHJl — Complex Ambition (@ComplexAmbition) May 29, 2020 He also revealed why he doesn’t speak up more often when it comes to important issues. “The reason people always ask me why you don’t say this, why you don’t do that, what else am I gonna do after that? Some people put a tweet out and they think they did something. Some people wear a shirt, they think they did something,” he added. “I mean, what you gon’ do after that? Did you actually help the person? Did you actually help the family? Did you actually go out and do something? If I ain’t about to do all that, then I ain’t about to do nothing. I pray for them.” He believes people should be more informed before protesting. “What we need to do, we need to learn about it more. If we want to scream about something, know what we’re screaming about. You wanna protest about something, know what we protesting about. It’s a bunch of facts that we think we know that we don’t know. If we want to get into it, know what we talkin’ about before we talk about it.” This is not the first time Wayne has shared his controversial opinion about racial injustice as it relates to him. In 2016, he denounced the Black Lives Matter movement while speaking with “Nightline.” “I don’t feel connected to a damn thing that ain’t got nothin’ to do with me,” he said. “If you do, you crazy as shit. You, not the camera, you. Feeling connected to something that ain’t got nothin’ to do with you? If it ain’t got nothin’ to do with me, I ain’t connected to it.”
  8. Following the release of “Righteous” last month, Juice WRLD teams up with Trippie Redd on the posthumous track “Tell Me U Luv Me.” Produced by Nick Mira and OK Tanner of Internet Money, the love song finds the late Chicago rapper tormented by his relationship. “Ummm, we’re forever in love / Ummm, if you leave, there’ll be torment, torment,” raps Juice, while Trippie calls out on the hook: “Tell me you love me, tell me everything gon’ be OK.” Along with the song, a Cole Bennett-directed video has been released featuring footage of Juice and his girlfriend Ally Lotti. Earlier this month, Ally announced that a posthumous album from Juice was in the works and would be titled The Outsiders. “That actual album, no one’s ready for it. I’m not ready for it and I promise you, you are not ready for it,” she said in an emotional video. Juice’s mother, Carmela Wallace, has also announced the establishment of the Live Free 999 Fund. His family plans to share more unreleased music and other projects that the 21-year-old MC was working on prior to his death in December.
  9. Former tennis player and model LOMIJOH continues her foray into music. After dropping her debut single “Don’t Let It Go” in March, she debuts the follow-up “Lil Bossy.” On the empowering anthem, she showcases her inner strength with her soothing blend of soul, rap, and R&B. LOMIJOH’s vocals paired with her strong consciousness of the world she lives in, as a world citizen who seeks to spread love, peace, and tolerance, can be heard on “Lil Bossy.” The NYC-based French-Cameroonian artist took piano lessons and began writing songs from a very young age. She pursued a career in tennis and modeling, and obtained a degree in International European Elections Law before turning to music. Stream “Lil Bossy” below and keep up with LOMIJOH on Instagram.
  10. 6LACK is back. It’s been nearly two years since his last album, but 6LACK is ready to begin the next chapter. On the introspective “ATL Freestyle,” he reflects on his journey, family, and life lessons. “I sacrificed most of my time so my daughter can take vacations in bumfuck,” he sings over the guitar-driven melody. “My life is VVS, I practice clarity / I practice what I preach / I’m livin’ what I teach.” 6LACK is now readying the follow-up to 2018’s East Atlanta Love Letter. He is teasing the project by launching a website called 6lackbox.com that is set to up to look like his Dropbox with files from his previous albums. “My next album will be my best album,” he told fans at the Day N Vegas festival last year. He also penned a powerful letter in the wake of the deaths of Ahmed Aubrey, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd. “With the amount of pain and anger I feel in my heart, releasing a new song at this very moment doesn’t feel like a great priority,” said 6LACK. “Always and forever before music, the respect of my people comes first.”
  11. It’s the end of an era. Lil Yachty sets sail one last time with Lil Boat 3, the third and final installment in his Lil Boat trilogy. In addition to the Drake and DaBaby-assisted single “Oprah’s Bank Account,” the 19-track set boasts appearances from Future and Lil Keed. A$AP Rocky, Tyler, the Creator, and Tierra Whack team up with Yachty on “T.D.,” while Lil Durk and Young Thug guest on “Till the Morning.” “This whole album Lil Boat 3 is just fun,” the 22-year-old Atlanta rapper told “The Breakfast Club.” Along with the album, Yachty has debuted a music video for “Demon Time” featuring Draft Day. Yachty launched the Lil Boat series with his debut mixtape Lil Boat in 2016. In 2018, he delivered the sequel, Lil Boat 2, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. He is already eyeing his next project, tentatively titled End of the Summer, which he plans to release around his birthday, Aug. 23. “And just make it a summer feel,” he told XXL. Stream Lil Boat 3 below.
  12. Hot off her chart-topping hit “Savage,” Megan Thee Stallion links up with Young Dolph on “RNB.” Over the trunk-rattling anthem, produced by Juicy J, Dolph gets the bag (“I went got the bag / Now everything lit”) and salutes his “bad ass bitch” before the reigning Billboard queen adds her Southern charm. “I think I might be too real of a bitch / Told me watch my mouth, I told him ni**a, watch your kids,” raps Meg. “Savage” featuring Beyoncé rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, becoming Meg’s first No. 1 on the chart. Dolph, who announced plans to retire earlier this year, is now readying the follow-up to 2018’s Role Model.
  13. Cardi B is reigniting her feud with Tomi Lahren. On Wednesday, the conservative political commentator took to Twitter to criticize people who looted a Target store in Minneapolis amid protests against the death of George Floyd. Videos and photos show windows being smashed and shelved being destroyed as looters hauled away televisions and other merchandise. “How does looting, rioting and destroying your OWN community bring justice for anyone?” asked Lahren. After seeing her tweet, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper responded by asking her where is the justice for Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man who was killed on Monday after a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck during an arrest. “How does targeting, profilin,beating and murdering black men with no consequence equal serving and protecting? Who’s giving them justice and trust on cops ?” she asked Lahren. “Mind your business and eat your salad !” How does targeting, profilin,beating and murdering black men with no consequence equal serving and protecting? Who’s giving them justice and trust on cops ? Mind your business and eat your salad ! https://t.co/QKuAmpuDwG — iamcardib (@iamcardib) May 28, 2020 Lahren issued a sarcastic response. “Yeah stealing TVs and everything else from Target and setting AutoZone on fire is sure gonna fix the problem. You got it,” she wrote. “Just what the country recovering from economic collapse needs right now.” Yeah stealing TVs and everything else from Target and setting AutoZone on fire is sure gonna fix the problem. You got it. Just what the country recovering from economic collapse needs right now. https://t.co/xG9llOlaUg — Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) May 28, 2020 Cardi also reposted a video of the looting and weighed in with her commentary. “They looting in Minnesota and as much as I don’t like this type of violence it is what it is,” she said. “Too much peaceful marches,too much trending hashtags and NO SOLUTIONS! The people are left with NO CHOICE.” They looting in Minnesota and as much as I don’t like this type of violence it is what it is .Too much peaceful marches,too much trending hashtags and NO SOLUTIONS! The people are left with NO CHOICE . pic.twitter.com/IToSr08yBG — iamcardib (@iamcardib) May 28, 2020 This is not the first time Cardi and Lahren have been at odds. In January 2019, Cardi slammed Lahren over comments made about Donald Trump and the government shutdown. “Looks like @iamcardib is the latest genius political mind to endorse the Democrats. HA! Keep it up, guys! #MAGA2020,” wrote the conservative. Cardi was quick to call her out. “Leave me alone I will dog walk you,” she said, adding, “You’re so blinded with racism that you don’t even realize the decisions the president you root for is destroying the country you claim to love so much.” Many celebrities have spoken up in the wake of Floyd’s death including Ice Cube, Chance the Rapper, and Colin Kaepernick, while a #JusticeForFloyd petition on Change.org has over 2.7 million signatures. I apologize to everyone expecting to see me on Good Morning America today, but after the events in Minnesota with George Floyd I’m in no mood to tell America, good morning. — Ice Cube (@icecube) May 28, 2020 SWIFT DRAMATIC CHANGE ONLY COMES VIA REVOLUTION — Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) May 27, 2020 My heart can’t take it, seeing what’s happened to #GeorgeFloyd. This is eerily similar to the death of #EricGarner. There has to be a stopping point in the process of arresting someone. It’s all senseless — Ciara (@ciara) May 26, 2020 When civility leads to death, revolting is the only logical reaction. The cries for peace will rain down, and when they do, they will land on deaf ears, because your violence has brought this resistance. We have the right to fight back! Rest in Power George Floyd — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) May 28, 2020
  14. Cash Money is giving back to their hometown in a big way. In the wake of the health and economic crisis, the label’s founders, Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams, have donated over $225,000 to Forward Together New Orleans, the non-profit organization that provides resources to protect New Orleans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially planned for May, funds will be used to pay the June rent for hundreds of subsidized tenants and families in the former Magnolia, Calliope, and Melpomene projects, now known as the Scattered Sites Harmony Oaks, Marrero Commons, and Guste. Tenants will be notified directly if they are included in the grant, which will go to the landlords. The Williams brothers grew up in New Orleans and often give back to their community and those less fortunate as part of The Johnny and Gladys Williams Foundation, named after their parents. For over 20 years, they have hosted turkey giveaways for Thanksgiving and provided free health screenings to all New Orleans residents who come to the giveaway. “The legacy of Cash Money belongs to the city of New Orleans,” said Birdman. “There’s nothing more important to us than giving back to the brothers and sisters who live on those same streets we grew up on – from musicians to service workers to everyday working families. That’s what this label was always about.” Added Slim, “New Orleans made us and is part of who we are. We are devastated that this pandemic is hitting our community there so hard and we are committed to doing what we can to help now and in the long term.” Forward Together New Orleans, which is part of the Mayor’s Fund, plans to immediately issue checks to pay for June rent for those tenants who are in the public housing programs. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell thanked Birdman and Slim for their generous donation. “Our sons of New Orleans showing love for their community ! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!” said Mayor Cantrell.
  15. DMX is apologizing to Lloyd Banks. While speaking with Fatman Scoop on Instagram Live, the DJ and rapper discussed their favorite lyricists. Scoop listed off his faves, but when he mentioned Banks, X questioned his choice. “Lloyd Banks? Lyricist?” X asked, according to Complex. “Quote four bars. Impress me with four bars of his. It shouldn’t be hard.” Damn, @DMX questioned if @LloydBanks is a lyricist…. pic.twitter.com/twsBMMv1g9 — Rap Dose (@RapDose) May 25, 2020 After getting word of his comments, Banks took to Twitter to explain why he thinks DMX questioned his lyrical ability. “So because I didn’t come to the studio to work when HE reached out..I’m not that good?” he wrote, while revealing that he missed their studio session because he had a flight to catch. So because I didn’t come to the studio to work when HE reached out..I’m not that good? — Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) May 25, 2020 I didn’t..I had a flight to catch https://t.co/4ARRCgciFr — Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) May 26, 2020 X realized he made a mistake and confused Banks for his former G-Unit groupmate Tony Yayo. Taking to Instagram Stories, he apologized, while also taking a shot at Yayo. “It takes a real ni**a to admit when he’s wrong,” he wrote over a screenshot of Banks’ tweets. “My apologies to loyd banks I was thinking tony yayo when I was asked about banks. I fuck with banks!” X has been in the headlines recently after he said he wants to challenge JAY-Z to a Verzuz battle. Eminem has reportedly offered to face off against X, but X has his sights on JAY. DMX apologized and said he thought Lloyd Banks was Tony Yayo and I'm somewhat more offended. pic.twitter.com/YOqrK8bWvr — Ahmed/Official A&R for OVO Records (@big_business_) May 28, 2020
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