Soulja Boy and Chris Brown have been throwing down on social media for what seems like for ever. Could their feud have a possitive outcome by getting these two in the ring for charity?
HipHopWired.com reports that Gambino and Chance worked on a Mixed tape together back in 2013 that was a companion to a movie script that Gambino wrote, featuring Chance in the a lead role.
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Using the N-word in lyrics has been a controversial debate for decades. Rappers have faced criticism for using the word. There have been calls to erase the word, but some artists argue they should be able to. The rapper tells NME, “The closest I can do to stopping is putting the root word, negus, on my album. But I don’t know if I’m there mentally to stop saying the n-word yet,” said Kendrick. “I dunno, maybe one day. That’s 27 years of reversing that word, I probably been saying that since I was one-year-old.”
The Weeknd is reaching all kinds of new heights in his career as of late. The Toronto singer and songwriter just became the first artist to hold the top three spots on the Billboard’s Hot R&B Songs chart. “Can’t Feel My Face” is number one, “The Hills” is number 2 and “Earned It” is hanging on at number 3.
“In order to help raise funds for ALA, Akon is teaming with the Passport Experience Festival this weekend. Twenty artists and DJs – including Reggae performer Gyptian, Nigerian singer Timaya, Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire, DJ/Songwriter Bryan Michael Cox, DJ Babey Drew, DJ Speakerfoxx, and the Ying Yang Twins – will perform at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park.”