Jim Jones, featuring Juelz Santana, have unveiled the video for “Election.”
Nicki Minaj has agreed to pay Tracy Chapman almost half a million dollars after Chapman sued her for taking her work without permission. Chapman was victorious after suing Minaj for her track “Sorry,” which sampled Chapman’s song “Baby Can I Hold You.” Chapman has accepted Minaj’s offer of judgment, and will not proceed to a trial. In addition to paying $450,000, Minaj will also have to cover Chapman’s legal fees.
Drake and Meek Mill are making music together again, with DJ Akademiks posting on Twitter that there will be an upcoming collaboration from the two artists.
Doja Cat has been working on new music for the past several months, saying las fall that she was almost ready with the follow-up to her second album, Hot Pink. Now it looks like Doja is getting ready to rollout her anticipated third album which is reportedly called Planet Her.
After Tory Lanez announced a new project with DaBaby, the internet responded – especially fans of frequent DaBaby collaborator Megan Thee Stallion. The two rappers have released three tracks together, and most recently DaBaby appeared on Megan’s debut album Good News—the same album that opens with a diss track against Lanez for allegedly shooting her in the foot last year.