A preview of Cardi B and Meek Mill‘s rumored collaboration was just leaked, confirming the rumors that the duo were working on music together. The talk of Meek and Cardi working together began when they were spotted together at the Billboard’s 2018 R&B/Hip-Hop Power Players event last month. And then on Tuesday, Octdober 16th, Bangladesh — the man behind Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday track “Did It On’em” — confirmed that the two have a song coming out, which he will be producing. “When u hear ‘Bangladesh’ come on before the beat drop u know it’s a problem,” the veteran producer captioned under a picture of the Meek and Cardi. In the video previewing their collab, Meek Mill is heard before seeing Cardi B perform. Take a listen in the link below.
Travis Scott just dropped the video for “Sicko Mode,” featuring Drake. The track is off of Scott’s Astroworld album. The video takes place in Houston, with Tay Keith, Hit-Boy, OZ, Cubeatz amd Mike Dean on instrumentals. The visual was directed by Dave Meyers and Travis Scott, himself. Watch the video for “SICKO MODE” below.
Lil B is dropping a 30 track mixtape, and the almost three dozen tracks will appear on his new project, Options. The rapper’s latest work features 34 songs, including his Metro Boomin collaboration “My House.” Lil B’s alter-ego The Basedgod is the lone guest on the tape. To take a loot at Lil B’s Options, cover art and tracklist below click the article below.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has signed a first-look deal with Tyler, the Creator and Lionel Boyce’s Bald Fade Productions for new scripted and unscripted projects for television and new media. Under the agreement, the companies will work together to develop original concepts from Tyler and Boyce. “To be partnering with the creative genius of Tyler, the Creator and Lionel Boyce is a dream come true for us as we’ve long been fans of their work,” said Sony Pictures President Jeff Frost.“ Boyce and Tyler formed Bald Fade Productions in 2015, writing and developing original film and television content. Boyce, a writer, actor and producer and Tyler, a rapper, producer, writer and director, co-wrote and produced the original animated series, “The Jellies!”
Kodak Black donated $2,500 to the the GoFundMe fund of South Carolina police officer Terrence Carraway, who was involved in a shooting earlier this month, October 3rd. The rapper donated underneath his government name, Bill K Kapri, saying he wasn’t looking for any recognition. Officer Carraway and six others were injured when responding to a sexual assault investigation. Aside from donating to this cause, this isn’t the first time the rapper has done a random act of kindness. On October 1st, the rapper gave $10,000 to the Jack & Jill Children’s Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The GoFundMe, which is currently at $57,740, is almost at the $60,000 goal.