Saweetie Flexes Her Beasty Hellcat & Stacks Of Cash On Quavo Amid Bentley Repo

Saweetie is showing off her new whip, a beasty Dodge Challenger Hellcat, amid Quavo seemingly bragging about taking back her Bentley.

The Quavo and Saweetie breakup saga has come in many chapters. The couple that dated for over two years went their separate ways last month after “too many hurdles” in their relationship, as the “My Type” rapper explained. Since the couple split, rumors surfaced that the Migos rapper had the Bentley he gifted Saweetie for Christmas repossessed.

While Quavo initially denied the rumors, calling them “flat-out false,” a recently leaked snippet from an unreleased Migos song seemingly sees him rapping about it. “She slimy and she sneaky / Takin’ back that Bentley,” Quavo rapped on the track. Saweetie took to TikTok after the snippet made headlines to make a “Bestfriend Challenge” video which is inspired by her own song in which she revealed that she was still in possession of the Bentley keys.

Now she is showing off a brand new ride amidst all the talk that Quavo may have repoed the Bentley. Taking to Instagram Stories to flex another one of her whips, Saweetie shared a video of a black Dodge Charger Hellcat. She also featured a black Yves Saint Laurent bag on top of the car while Steven Wonder’s “Isn’t She Lovely” played in the background.

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Fans weighed in with different takes on the video Saweetie shared, with some encouraging the flex while others ridiculed it. “I don’t understand the hype of this car,” one person wrote with the crying emoji. In a caption-like comment, a fan added, “If “I do this sh*t with or without him” was a person.” Another insightful fan pointed out that the car wasn’t new, but Saweetie stays lowkey. “She’s been had this. She’s got y’all confused bc she stays quiet.”

Whether Saweetie just purchased the car or had it all along, clearly, the message here is that she doesn’t need a man to buy her one anyway. While some fans lament the black Dodge Charger Hellcat not coming close to the powder blue Bentley Continental GT that Quavo got Saweetie, others are here for the flex.

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Rich The Kid & Jay Critch Checks In With Popcaan & Skillibeng In Jamaica For New Music

Rich The Kid and Jay Critch checks in with dancehall giants Popcaan and Skillibeng in Jamaica.

Rich The Kid and Jay Critch are the two latest international rappers to touch down on Jamaican soil. Their visit begs the question, “Is this just a vacation or are they up to some musical mischief?” While the answer to that question has not yet been given by the artists, the two are hanging out with Dancehall deejays Skillibeng and Popcaan, and that is enough evidence for fans to surmise there is an upcoming collab.

Last Friday, April 16, Rich The Kid posted a video on Instagram jamming to Skillibeng’s hit single “Crocodile Teeth,” and just a day after, the rapper posted pictures of himself and Skilli hanging out, captioned, “TOP SHOTTAS.”

The latest additions to the crew, Popcaan and Jay Critch, currently have fans on the tip of their seats, awaiting an official announcement of a new collab.

A video of the four artists chilling on an undisclosed balcony is currently circulating on social media, and the public was quick to point out Popcaan’s association with multiple international artists, painting him to be an ambassador for Jamaica’s entertainment industry.

Sources told Urban Islandz that the rappers discussed collaborations with the two dancehall hitmakers but it’s unclear if they actually went into the studio to record. Still, it’s clear that Rich The Kid and Jay Critch was having the time of their lives in Jamrock.

One person commented, “If you go to Jamaica and didn’t check in with Popcaan did you really even go to Jamaica”, another added “Popcaan- Ministry of Tourism”, and another expressed, “At this point, Popcaan is on the list of Things to do/ visit when in Jamaica. Get Devon House ice cream, visit Bob Marley Museum, take a picture with Popcaan…seems about right.”

Several international artists, including Stonebwoy, Quavo, Davido, and Drake, have documented their time with Popcaan following their visit to Jamaica.

The “Firm and Strong” deejay signed with Drake’s record label OVO Sound and Warner Records in 2018 and has collaborated with the Canadian rapper a number of times, with songs including “Twist And Turn,” “All I Need,” and “My Chargie.”

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Popcaan has also collaborated with multiple other international artists, including Davido, Wale, Pusha T, Jamie XX, Gorillas, and Giggs.

While Skillibeng is still relatively new on the entertainment scene, after getting his breakthrough in late 2019, fans are expecting him to make the same big moves in the industry in the coming years.

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Melanie – Someday I’ll Be A Farmer Lyrics

Someday I’ll be a farmer, working the land
I wish I was a farmer, to work with my hands
‘Cause it’s been too long a ride, too high the fare
Well, I built an-climbed a mountain
But it wasn’t there
And I been lookin’ all around looked everywhere
Well, I built and climbed a mountain
But it wasn’t there
It isn’t there, dum ta dum
It isn’t here, it isn’t there, nor anywhere

I’m gonna pick an apple right from the tree
I’m gonna eat the apple ’cause it grew there for me
And it’s been to long a ride, too high the fare
Well, I built an-climbed a mountain
But it wasn’t there
And I been lookin’ all around, looked everywhere
To build and climb a mountain if it isn’t there
It isn’t there, dum ta dum

It isn’t here, it isn’t there, nor anywhere

I wish I was a farmer, working the land
Some day I’ll be a farmer to work with my hands
‘Cause, it’s been too long a ride, too high the fare
You know I built and climbed a mountain
But it wasn’t there
And I been lookin’ all around, looked everywhere
Well, I built an-climbed a mountain, but it wasn’t
there
And I been lookin’ all around, looked everywhere
To build and climb a mountain if it isn’t there
It isn’t there, dum ta dum
It isn’t here, it isn’t there, nor anywhere

I wish I was a farmer, working the land
Some day I’ll be a farmer to work with my hands
Hah da da ti da ti dum dum ti dum da da da dum

Saweetie Ether Quavo In A New Song “See Saw” Touted As A Diss Track

Saweetie went after her ex-boyfriend Quavo and a fiery new song that’s been touted as a diss track.

Saweetie is not one to have the last word said over her. We’ve seen her cold response to Quavo trying to cast aspersions on the type of woman she is during their public Twitter exchange after announcing that she and the Migos rapper were no longer a hip hop star couple.

Now, Saweetie is replying with a diss track to Quavo. The song “See Saw,” featuring Kendra Jae, was released on her Pretty Summer Playlist that consists of new music from her and a few others. Lines from the song have fans speculating that she is sending shots to Quavo as she ridicules him for “fumbling the baddest b*tch”- an allegory for losing something valuable. The lyrics posted online say:

“How you fumbled the baddest bitch, you a dumb b*tch, You got some nerve sending me all these threats, when you wrong, Ain’t woman you thought? You was humpin’ thots you narcissist,” Saweetie raps.

I appear that the song is a response to Quavo, who released a new track sneak dissing Saweetie last month, or so fans think as the references are direct. In the track, Quavo addresses the breakup and gets messy as he says he repossessed the Bentley that he had gifted her on her birthday.

There was a rumor that he had taken back the car, but both of the rappers denied any such thing occurred. However, Quavo’s rap verse raised eyebrows that there is some truth to the original speculations.

“Lil’ bitty b*tch, she slimy, she sneaky/I’m takin’ back that Bentley,” Quavo rapped in a preview of the track.

“Skrtttt Skrtt takin back dat Bently!! F**k dem hoes now I gotta act stingy [laughing emoji] new Huncho & Petro otw”, he continued.

The couple broke up weeks ago as Saweetie declared her single status and insinuated that Quavo cheated on her during their three-year relationship.

“I’m single. I’ve endured too much betrayal and hurt behind the scenes for a false narrative to be circulating that degrades my character. Presents don’t band aid scars and the love isn’t real when the intimacy is given to other women,” she wrote.

The former couple has been passive-aggressive on social media and were embarrassed after an old video surfaced of them fighting in an elevator. They both later explained the video, which sees them fighting over a bag and Quavo pushing Saweetie to the ground in an elevator.

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Mahalia Jackson – I’m Going To Live The Life I Sing About In My Song Lyrics

I’m gonna live the life I sing about in my song
I’m gonna stand for right and I always shun the wrong
If I’m in the crowd, If I’m alone
On the streets or in my home
I’m gonna live the life I sing about in my song

Everyday, everywhere
On a busy thoroughfare
Folks may watch me; some may spot me
Say I’m foolish
But I don’t care
I can’t sing one thing and then live another

Be saint by day and a devil undercover
I’ve got to live the life I sing about in my song

If at day, if at night
I must always walk in the light
Some mistake me; underrate me
Because I want to do aright

I can’t go to church and shout all day Sunday
Go out and get drunk and raise sand all day Monday
I’ve got to live the life, I sing about in my song

NBA YoungBoy Calls Wendy Williams A ‘Beautiful Woman’ In Letter From Jail

NBA Youngboy has responded to Wendy Williams after the messy host in March took jabs at his stage name “NBA Never Broke Again” while discussing his latest federal charges and ridiculing him for being the father of seven children at 21 years old.

The young rapper’s controversial lifestyle and recent legal problems are the type of content that show hosts like Wendy Williams need for shock value, so it is barely any surprise that she picked him up on her radar as she dished on his life and even commented on his unfolding legal troubles. Wendy irked Gaulden’s mother when she said he had to go to jail for “lowering property value,” based on facts of one of his ongoing cases.

On her show, Wendy Williams said, “he’s got to go to jail. How do you do a hot pursuit. There are innocent people out here. You could have hurt innocent people in your hot pursuit and running through people’s backyards. Nobody wants that. Bringing down the property value.”

Wendy even went further as she brought up his fatherhood of seven kids into perspective while also dragged Floyd Mayweather and Yaya Mayweather, mother of NBA Youngboy‘s youngest child, into the mix.

“And how is it that you do what you do with seven kids and only 21-years-old. And I wonder what Yaya Mayweather’s father Floyd [Mayweather] is saying about this.”

Wendy also shared an Instagram story from Yaya where she says, “my day is completely ruined,” while her audience guffawed at the message as Wendy goes on to advise Floyd that NBA Youngboy going to jail will be good for Yaya.

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The rapper, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, though responded to Wendy in a very calm tone as he told her to count her blessings while asking that he be allowed to handle his problems in peace.

“I can leave my kids millions of dollars to divide but can’t give them the time they truly deserve,” he wrote in the post shared on social media. “Nobody understand me they never did sh*t sometimes I don’t understand myself but that’s fine because I’m okay I ain’t looking for you to feel sorry I just ask for one thing- For you to let me suffer in peace tell MS. WENDY WILLIAM I say she got a good soul and she’s a beautiful women [sic] I can see that threw all the bad comments thrown at her tell her count her blessings (STAY IN GOOD SPIRIT) Sincerely Kentrell.”

The 21-year old rapper’s message is apparently sent from jail after being arrested on a federal warrant for being in possession of illegal guns in 2020. The charges laid by authorities saw the rapper in an unwise and desperate move to evade authorities as he fled from police this week during a high-speed chase.

Wendy felt that Gaulden escaping in people’s yards would bring down the property value, which made his mother angry. Gaulden’s mother, on the other hand, took the time to drag Wendy while also addressing her to leave her son alone. The rapper has had a successful career in music, but that has been overshadowed by his arrests and the fact that he has a large number of children at such a young age.

Gaulden has seven children, six of which are biologically is and a seventh that he has acknowledged paternity of who isn’t biologically related to him. He is also going to become the father of eight children soon as his girlfriend Jazlyn Mychelle is expecting her first child with the rapper.

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Drake Steps Up To Do The “Ski Challenge” After Young Thug YSL’s ‘Slime Language 2″

Drake is one of the latest celebrities to come through with his attempt at the Ski Challenge. While some fans appreciated his efforts, others are outrightly criticizing his sometimes questionable dancing techniques.

The Ski Challenge is one of the newest TikTok routines, and many celebrities have publicly made their attempts. The challenge is done to the tune of Young Thug and Gunna‘s new single “Ski,” which was released on Saturday, April 17. Kevin Hart, Meek Mill, Rowdy Rebel, Quavo, and Future are just a few of the celebrities who have participated in the challenge. The aforementioned have received their fair share of criticisms and laughs. However, Drake‘s attempt appears to be attracting a lot more hate from social media users.

One person commented, “His white side showing,” another added, “Good thing he’s fine. Poor baby with no rhythm,” and another said, “He dancing like a white bartender.”

The 34-year-old Canadian rapper has often been criticized and accused of ‘acting or being too white’ since hitting the hip hop scene. Critics and haters have accused his songs of basically not being ‘black enough.’ Still, Drake, whose full name is Aubrey Drake Graham, is one of the most successful rap stars in history.

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The rapper holds the title of the highest certified digital singles artist, with 142 million units, including combined sales and on-demand streams. His 2018 single “God’s plan” is currently 11x Platinum, and his 2015 “Hotline Bling” is certified 8x platinum. The rapper has the most charted songs in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, with 209 songs holding Billboard chart records.

In addition, the rapper is still loved by the public, despite the hate he sometimes endures. Some fans were quick to defend the rapper amid the harsh criticisms for his moves. One person commented, “Drake can do no wrong in my eyes,” and another defended, “one thing about it he can’t dance but it’s okay he still looks great.”

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Bounty Killer Says He Regrets Past Violent Lyrics, Gets Love From Spice

Bounty Killer says he regrets some past violent lyrics, but is making it clear he is still the same Rodney Price we’ve known and love over the years.

Veteran dancehall artiste Bounty Killer is known as the Warlord for a reason. His dominance in the 90s and into the 2000s stemmed from his intoxicatingly violent lyrics that fans sang word for word. Now, as he gets older, he is expressing regret for some of those lyrics as he begins to probably see a correlation between violent music and violence in some aspects of Jamaican culture.

After donating 40 tablets to the Seaview Primary School on April 16, he spoke with reporters and explained that he is now more mature and understands the effect that lyrics can have on some fans.

“One of my mistake was to sing seh ‘murder informa, and mi gun nuh join lodge’ and all these things. But I’m growing and I’m learning from that, that’s why I even do a ad recently with the Crime Stop. Those are the initiatives we’re doing right now to establish which side we are on and what way we are going, ” he said.

The Crime Stop initiative focuses on educating the public on how they can go about informing the authorities about illicit activity in an effort to curb crime. In the new ad, fellow dancehall artists including Sevana and Agent Sasco appeal to Jamaicans to ‘Take a Stand’ against the crime challenge. Social media influencer Prince Pine is also associated with the campaign.

Bounty Killer

The “Fed Up” singer also explained that he made mistakes in the past and is trying to do what he can to make up for it now.

“I do regret actions of the past, but it is development. The mistake that you make is just learn you must learn from them and don’t make them again but it’s not a problem to make mistake, the problem is to not learning from them,”: he added.

It’s a bit of a turnaround for him as he was one of those who took strong objection to PM Andrew Holness’s recent comments that dancehall was a significant contributor to the prevalence of violence in Jamaican society. Even though he’s not completely agreeing with the PM’s take on the matter, he has admitted to some extent that there is some impact from violent lyrics.

“I’m a different man, I’m a different age, I’m not at the same stage. But I’m still Rodney, I’m still the person who was born on the 12 of June 1972, so I don’t think a person can change, but I’m surely rearranged, I’m stepping different, and I’m seeing thing different, and I’m going about thing different,” he added.

Queen of Dancehall Spice left a comment on the video posted by The Star on IG saying, “I don’t know how much time I’m gonna say this but I just love this man so much #OneGeneral.”

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Jesse Royal Announces New Album & Taps Vybz Kartel For New Single “Rich Forever”

Jesse Royal says his sophomore album is on the way and his new single with Vybz Kartel, “Rich Forever,” is now out.

It’s not a collaboration you’d expect, but it’s one that has been forged to show true unity and a message of hope. That’s how reggae star Jesse Royal has explained his latest single, Rich Forever featuring Vybz Kartel. The song comes from his anticipated sophomore album Royal, which is expected to drop on June 11th, 2021, by Easy Star Records. The single dropped on April 16. This single is the third release from Jesse Royal‘s upcoming album.

The other two previously released singles are Lion Order featuring Protoje and Natty Pablo. In a statement, Royal explained that the collaboration was created to try and unify both artists and people across both genres in an effort to help listeners understand how to be “forever royal.”

“Rich Forever is a divergence from identifying with the degradation dispersed for generations by them and those who oppose reality and simply put, it is a conversation about restoration of our royalty and reclaiming dignity,” he further explained.

The beat for the track was produced by rising star iotosh, who also produced the beats for Protoje’s “Deliverance” and “Self Defense” as well as Jaz Elise’s “After 3” featuring Mortimer. The second album follows along the same line as Sean Paul’s recent delivery, Live N Livin, and focuses heavily on collaborations in the industry. Among those who appear on the album include Protoje, Kumar, and Ghanaian afrobeats artiste Stonebwoy. It’s been four years since his first album was released which was called Lily Of Da Valley.

The “Finally” singer also spoke with the Jamaica Observer about the concept behind his upcoming album.

“Royal is a lot different from my previous project, Lily of Da Valley, in the sense that there were a lot more experiences that happened over the time. There was a lot of lessons that were learnt, a lot of blessings and lessons that we definitely imparted on the project,” he said.

He went on to describe the album as one of his most “most vulnerable” and added that he was incredibly proud of his team for the way it all came together. He also explained to Observer the inspiration behind the Dancehall infused track “Rich Forever.”

“So one of the main inspirations behind Rich Forever was reclaiming the glory days, understanding our history stretches far beyond the Middle Passage. We have to remind our youths that we don’t really have to chase things that already belong to us,” he said.

He further explained that the song is also meant to inspire youth to want to achieve more and to realize that achieving wealth is part of their birthright. “Check places like Africa that has given the world so much and still have more to offer. So Rich Forever is a reminder to the youths of where to start looking, which is inside – when they’re gonna deal with their journey,” he continued.

This album will focus on his personal and professional growth over the years since dropping his last album, he added.

“The growth I experienced was entrusting myself a bit more; trusting my ideas, my experiences, and feeling like there’s people out there who would be able to relate with it,” he said. Part of his growth has been learning to take advice from others in the genre as he moved away from solo projects where he wrote and composed most of his work alone.

“There was also a lot of growth in a sense of most of the projects before were solely written and generally composed by myself, along with a few others. So, for this project I definitely invited some people in terms of producers, writers, to knock heads and see what more we can come up with outside of my box,” he explained.

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Diddy Honors Late Bad Boy Rapper Black Rob Who Died At 51

Diddy is honoring late Harlem-based rapper Black Rob who passed away at the age 51.

The rap veteran’s death was announced by Mark Curry, his former ‘Bad Boy’ label collaborator, and friend. “I don’t know where to begin this, but I thank everybody for the donations. Rob passed away about an hour ago,” Curry explained via a video. Just a few days before this announcement, Curry told the media that Black Rob was released from the hospital and affirmed that he was doing better, thanking the public for their concern.

News of the “Whoa” rapper’s hospitalization came to light following the death of fellow rapper DMX, who died on April 9. Black rob sent tributes to DMX one day later from his hospital bed. During his speech, he shared just how much pain he was going through.

“Pain is crazy, man,” he said “It’s helping me out though. It’s making me realize I gotta lot to go on. I gotta lot to go on, man….I feel for everything about X. X, one love, man. Big love to X, man. That’s all, man.”

On April 11, Love and Hip Hop’s DJ Self, posted a video of Black Rob, whose real name was Robert Ross. He revealed that Black Rob was suffering from kidney failure and was undergoing dialysis and had suffered four strokes in five years. On top of that, DJ Self revealed that Black Rob was homeless and later that day announced a GoFundMe to assist the rapper. The money garnered was to help him “find a home and pay for medical help.” The DJ further explained just how tough it was on folks during the lockdown while referencing the tragic death of DMX. He said, “We’ve lost a lot [of] legends and we can’t afford to lose anymore.”

Friends and fans have been mourning the loss of the hip hop great who signed to the Bad Boy label in the 1990s. They took to social media to pour out tributes to the late artist.

DJ Self posted, “Lord knows I tried to get help, I’m sad to say RIP to Black Rob …. Passed away in the hospital in Atlanta …..” QTip said, “RIP BLACK ROB…. sad news hard week”, and Pete Rock shared his sentiments, “All this death in hip hop really SUCKS. RIP DMX & Black Rob! I can’t believe I just said that. Just don’t sound right. No time to grieve death anymore. X just died last week and BR today.”

Bad Boy leader Diddy also had some kind words for the late rapper.

“Rest in power King @therealblackrob,” Diddy wrote. “As I listen too your records today there’s one thing that they all have in common! You have made millions of people all over the world feel good and dance! You are one of a kind! GOD BLESS! Love. You will be truly missed!”

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Urban Islandz would also like to offer condolences to friends and family of the late rapper, Black Rob.

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KC Star Athlete JayBlem Scores Big With New Song “Account”

JayBlem scores big with his new song, “Account.”

It’s never easy changing careers, especially when you’re trying to transition from successful athlete to dancehall artist. JayBlem is confident he can do just that and has already begun to sip success with his track “Account”, which has been getting a fair amount of airplay on Jamaican radio stations. At just 18-years-old, the artist, whose real name is Jaheim Cox, is elated with the notice that he’s been getting so far.

Loop Jamaica caught up with the former track star about his latest successful single. “I love music more than anything else. I am not surprised that this is my profession at this age because I’ve been doing music professionally since age 14,” he shared.

The young deejay was raised in Allman Town and attended Kingston College high school. It was there that he stood out as a star athlete. Throughout his career, he excelled and has multiple gold medals, certificates, and trophies. He has represented both KC and Jamaica in Long Jump, Triple Jump, and 4×100 relay.

However, he decided to pursue his passion for music and would go on to release his first single through his own label, Blem Boss Music, in 2018. Following that, he kept at it, releasing some fan favorites like “Regular,” “Pop It Off,” and “Account”. His decision could also be due to the fact that music is in his blood as his dad Danny English, is a veteran in the reggae/dancehall genre, mostly known for the hit single, Party Time featuring Egg Nog.

Somehow he is still finding time to pursue both his passions. “I’m also still at Kingston College furthering my education and I still play a vital role in KC’s track and field programme. I choose music but I’m also still very interested in my academics and performing well in sports,” he said.

His latest track, “Account,” was produced by JB Productions, and the visuals for the video, which was dropped last week, were provided by Dark Moon Cinema.

“The video came out earlier this week and the response has been phenomenal so far, 10,000 plus views in only a few days, the girl dem love the BlemBloss flavour, so the views are climbing,” he continued.

JB Productions is also very pleased with the track as the chief executive officer of the company added: “He is very talented, he is a complete young artiste, whether cultural, hardcore dancehall, or reggae, he can deliver.”

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Skillibeng & Young M.A Link Up For “Money Counter” Off Megan Ryte Album

Skillibeng and Young M.A have to use a money machine just to count their stacks. They tell fans all about it on this brand new international collab brought to you by Hot 97’s Megan Ryte for her debut album, DJ MEGAN RYTE.

Skillibeng leads the track with his easy to absorb lyrics and unique flow that he has perfected on tracks such as “Crocodile Teeth” and “Mr. Universe.” With just enough space for the lyrics to breathe, producer’s Claims Records, Megan Ryte, and DJ Navi get sufficient wiggle room to add layers of blended effects to the trap-infused track. It’s all about the cheddar/greenbacks for both entertainers, and Young M.A keeps the same energy and theme throughout her featured verse.

A bit of Jamaican patios is also sprinkled throughout her verse, as she shows her Jamaican roots. “But me nah trip/ Me no wa spend pon this sidechick,” she raps.

The St. Thomas prodigy Skillibeng has managed to capture the audience of numerous high-profile hip hop talents since the start of his career, with his 2020 cross-over release “Crocodile Teeth” proving to be a major factor in that accomplishment. The track has already been cosigned by Drake, Burner Boy, and Rich The Kid. Skilli and The Kid have recently linked up in Jamaica and are rumored to be working on some new material.

As for Young M.A, she is focusing on getting her money up in a different way, with the recent launch of her own line of PSD Underwears. She also snagged a major endorsement deal with NYAK Cognac, a brand new liquor brand looking to step into the market currently dominated by the likes of Hennessy, Hine, Courvoisier, Martell, and Rémy Martin.

With money flowing from all angles, there is no wonder why both the Eastsyde don and the Brooklyn rapper were in need of a money counter.

DJ MEGAN RYTE also includes tracks from Wyclef Jean, Rich The Kid, Kranium, Casanova, among others. You can check out the full tracklist below while you bump one of the hottest collabs from the project.

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Mist – Bye Bye Lyrics

It’s clear
I must get away from here
I’m not cool
I should find a new frontier
Clear the way for a clean cool hot summer
Where there is no room for you
I’ll pour some ice
On one of my black virtues
And I’ll tiptoe so slowly

Away oh so slowly
Out of the blue
Where everything will fit again
I’ll dance and sing
And I will not remember when
You came into my life
Bye bye bye bye bye bye bye bye bye bye

Modestep – To The Stars Lyrics

now that you’ve gone to the stars
now that the storm has finally come
so now that you’ve gone to the stars
now that the storm has finally come

when these colors fade to gray,
you’re a million miles away.
[x3]
when these colors fade to gray

now that you’ve gone to the stars
now that the storm has finally come

so now that you’ve gone to the stars
now that the storm has finally come
[x3]

when these colors fade to gray,
you’re a million miles away.
[x3]
when these colors fade to gray

so now that you’ve gone to the stars
now that the storm has finally come
[x2]

now that you’ve gone

Joie Chavis Reveals Bow Wow & Future Doesn’t Pay Child Support

It all started when someone called her a “gold digger,” which led to Joie Chavis making the disclosure that she does not receive any payments from either of the fathers of her children- rappers Bow Wow and Future, in the form of child support.

Chavis, who shares daughter Shai with Bow Wow and son Hendrix with Future, has often been labeled as a money grabber because of the types of men she has had children with. She has often talked about how she feels when given the “gold digger” title because of the famous rappers and even has denied that her relationships with her children’s fathers had anything to do with money.

This, however, hasn’t stopped bitter folks online from attacking Joie Chavis with labels and insults.

While speaking on her YouTube channel during a Q&A session of questions asked by her Instagram followers, she responded to the rude comment that said, “you’re a gold digger.” Chavis quickly acknowledged, “I feel like a lot of people say that.”

However, she denied the label as she asserted that she has her own means to care for her children financially.

“And I’m not. I’m not a gold digger,” she said. “I don’t—if that’s the case, I’d be dating everybody that tries to talk to me with money. I don’t, and I’m not a gold digger. I’ve worked since I was fifteen, like, I take care of my kids. I don’t get any child support.”

She did not say that the men did not help her as we know that Bow Wow is active in his daughter’s life. It’s unclear if Future contributes. But in most co-parenting situations, parents can freely give and assist without going to court.

Chavis says she doesn’t ask for anything, and the children’s fathers are at liberty to help based on how they feel. “I don’t need to ask for anything for certain things my kids because I can do everything myself. If their father wants to do things for them and then they do that on their own time if they want to [say], hey, here’s some money for this or that, or you know whatever. But I don’t really ask for anything. I’m able to do everything on my own,” she said.

Chavis noted that she wanted to ensure that everyone knows that, especially the rude people making assumptions about how she affords her lifestyle and cares for her children.

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Kenny Loggins – Footloose Lyrics

I’ve been working so hard
I’m punching my card
Eight hours for what?
Oh, tell me what I got

I’ve got this feeling
That time’s just holding me down
I’ll hit the ceiling or else I’ll tear up this town
Tonight I gotta cut

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues everybody cut footloose

And you’re playing so cool
Obeying every rule
I dig a way down in your heart
You’re burning, yearning for songs

Somebody to tell you
That life ain’t passing you by
I’m trying to tell you
It will if you don’t even try
You can fly if you’d only cut

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Oowhee, Marie shake it, shake it for me

Whoa, Milo c’mon, c’mon let’s go
Lose your blues everybody cut footloose

Cut footloose
Cut footloose
Cut footloose

We got to turn me around
And put your feet on the ground
Now take a hold of the phone
Whoa, I’m turning it loose

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues now everybody cut footloose

Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues

Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody everybody cut footloose

G.b.h. – Cadillac One Lyrics

As black as an oil slick as tough as they come
It’s parting the masses blocks out the sun
Beefed up on hurt, gung ho and proud
Suits, shades and outriders survey the crowd

It’s got the power to drop the bomb
You hear a rumble then it’s gone
He could blow us all to kingdom come
There ain’t no doubt he’s his daddy’s son
I wanna get a ride in Cadillac One

Don’t slow at tollbooths or stop at red lights

Plays chicken with the bad boys and gives ’em a fright
Heading down the highway to justice of a kind
Retribution alley an armour plated mind

With your war wagon rolling fueled on your spite
You didn’t listen to the nation but still think you’re
right
I hear a knocking on the doors of perception
You sound like a fool words of mass deception

Marillion – Living With The Big Lie Lyrics

It all began with the bright light
The bright light and the noise
The chaos of the senses
And the scream of desire

Touchin’ and bein’ touched
A million lose ends to tie up
Tickin’ of the clock
And the cradle rock

The colors stand still
And then they move around
Comin’ in and out of focus
Upside down

Empty winter trees
How space feels
Love of the soft
Flowers and the sky

One fine day
The chaos subsides
Bleeds into awareness
And a lifetime of surprise

The beauty of your mother’s eyes
The pain when you fall
You drink it in and marvel at it all
But you never really figure it out
You get used to it

The babble of the family
And the dumb TV
Roar of the traffic
And the thunder of jets

Chemicals in the water
Drugs in the food
The heat of the kitchen
And the beat of the system

The attitude of authority
And the laws and the rules
Hit me square in the face
First morning at school

The heroes and the zeros
The first love of my life
When to kiss and to kick

And to keep your head down
When they’re choosin’ the sides

I was never any good at it
I was terrified most of the time
I never got over it
I got used to it

Alone in the city
At seventeen
With the hollow, the lonely
The drowning and the drowned

I was made to feel worthless, the wretched and the mean
Beat me up like a weapon
I can’t run away from or find a way ’round
Holdin’ on, holdin’ on

The greed and the missiles
Exploding somewhere every day
Hideous dark secrets under the sea
And in holes in the ground

The cold war’s gone
But those bastards’ll find us another one
They’re here to protect you, don’t you know?
So get used to it, get used to it

Oh, the clash of religions
And the loaded prayers
Information the face of starvation
And the state of the nation

The sense that it’s useless
And the fear to try
Not believin’ the leaders, the media that feeds us
Livin’ with the big lie

You get used to it
Hey, you get used to it
It’s okay, it’s okay, you get used to it