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All the vocals have come in. DJ Khaled‘s 10th studio album Grateful is here, and you can listen to it here right now.
Khaled has released four singles off the album so far, including “Shining,” “I’m the One,” “To the Max” and “Wild Thoughts.” He has five Future features, four Travis Scott features and two Kodak Black features, to name a few. Peep the full list of guest features below.
DJ Khaled’s Grateful Tracklist
1. “(Intro) I’m So Grateful” Feat. Sizzla
2. “Shining” Feat. Beyoncé and Jay Z
3. “To the Max” Feat. Drake
4. “Wild Thoughts” Feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller
5. “I’m the One” Feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne
6. “On Everything” Feat. Travis Scott, Rick Ross and Big Sean
7. “It’s Secured” Feat. Nas and Travis Scott
8. “Interlude (Hallelujah)” Feat. Betty Wright
9. “Nobody” Feat. Alicia Keys and Nicki Minaj
10. “I Love You So Much” Feat. Chance The Rapper
11. “Don’t Quit” Feat. Calvin Harris, Travis Scott and Jeremih
12. “I Can’t Even Lie” Feat. Future and Nicki Minaj
13. “Down For Life” Feat. PartyNextDoor, Future, Travis Scott, Rick Ross and Kodak Black
14. “Major Bag Alert” Feat. Migos
15. “Good Man” Feat. Pusha T and Jadakiss
16. “Billy Ocean” Feat. Fat Joe and Raekwon
17. “Pull a Caper” Feat. Kodak Black, Gucci Mane and Rick Ross
18. “That Range Rover Came With Steps” Feat. Future and Yo Gotti
19. “Iced Out My Arms” Feat. Future, 21 Savage, Migos and T.I.
20. “Whatever” Feat. Future, 2 Chainz, Young Thug and Rick Ross
21. “Interlude” Feat. Belly
22. “Unchanging Love” Feat. Mavado
23. “Asahd Talk (Thank You Asahd)”
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From Snapchat to Instagram, DJ Khaled has used different modes of social media to question the whereabouts of Drake’s vocals. Well, it’s time to call off the search party because the Toronto native’s lyrical contribution has been found.
As the sun rose on Monday morning (June 5), DJ Khaled released his latest single, “To The Max,” which precedes the release of his tenth studio album, Grateful (June 23). Just like the artwork for the track, Khaled’s baby boy and executive producer Asahd graces his father’s album cover like a pro in a jacuzzi.
Right in time for the summer, Drizzy and the We The Best captain encourage you to get your footwork in order while rapping tales of trials and tribulations. “Got it on the dresser/ I’ve been under pressure/ They wanna see me laid out on a stretcher/ Gotta keep my head up,” Drake raps.
Kendrick Lamar dropped the presumptive first single — titled “Humble” — from his highly anticipated forthcoming album on Thursday night.
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The song, less exploration of contrition on the part of Lamar than an instruction to his peers, picks up a thread NPR Music first examined following that album teaser: how the “best rapper alive” might explore the theme of God, religion and personal growth. (In the previous non-album single, “The Heart Part 4,” Lamar stuck to a similar narrative: “Tell ’em that God comin’.”)
The video was directed by Dave Meyers and The Little Homies, the former responsible for innumerable iconic music videos himself, the latter for several Top Dawg Entertainment videos, including Lamar’s most notable. Together, they produced a PSA featuring the rapper and Barack Obama last year.
Lamar opens his first verse with the rhyme “Wicked or weakness, you gotta see this,” and truer words haven’t been spoken this year. “Humble” is packed with heavy allusions and striking imagery: Kendrick in Jesus’ seat at The Last Supper, Kendrick in a sea of black heads, Kendrick passing the Grey Poupon.
The video is a gorgeous volley, and Lamar raps in a consistently clipped, monotonic manner. It’s no wonder that in its first 90 minutes on YouTube, “Humble” generated nearly 500,000 views on YouTube.
His fourth album, still untitled, is expected to be released April 7.
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As the song begins, Blige delivers her message over a building piano melody until dramatic horns introduce the beat drop. West comes in halfway through the track, laying down a verse that speaks to the brutality surrounding the African-American community, and his personal responsibility to make a difference (“I decided not to use my color as a handicap,” he begins, later rapping, “I cannot be complacent / In my job, be courageous”).
After using her pre-Kanye verses to tell fans that she’s been through a lot herself — but has found strength and purpose through her struggles — Blige closes out the song by reminding fans that loving themselves can get them through the darkest of times. “God knows that you’re worth it / You deserve it, can’t nothin’ else hurt you.”
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Remy Ma has taken a page out of Drake’s book, hitting her rival Nicki Minaj with back-to-back diss tracks.
“Another One” comes five days after Remy torched the Hip Hop mediascape with “SHETHER,” a seven-minute tidal wave of insults and accusations that set off ripples all over the culture.
Funk Flex debuted the track during his show on Hot 97 after finding it in his inbox.
#MusicStillMatters New Music: @RealRemyMa – Another One (Nicki Minaj Diss)
— Funk Flex !!!!! (@funkflex) March 3, 2017
This second song isn’t as long — or as controversially specific — as the first one, instead focusing on Minaj’s failure to respond with a verse of her own. “Where the fuck is your song? I mean, come on/ You know the plug with some bars, I’m Remy Ma,” she raps.
Throughout the track, she references DMX and Lil Yachty (though without any claims that Nicki had sex with either of them) and also manages to include a reference to the viral star who just won’t go away, Danielle “cash me outside, how bout dat” Bregoli.
Remy also hints at having more ammo in the clip in the form of some kind of embarrassing video footage of Minaj, rapping that “they was sellin’ footage and you know I bought it.”
Trey Songz has tackled the music industry and Hollywood selling over 20 million albums and singles throughout his career and starring in blockbuster films including Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, but now he’s up against his biggest obstacle: finding love. Hosted by Draya Michele and Steelo Brim, seventeen lucky ladies compete against one another to win the heart of “Mr. Steal Your Girl” on his new reality show Tremaine the Playboy.
Trey is Tremaine, the latest eligible bachelor on a conquest to find his perfect match. It’s all fun and dancing at the opening rose ceremony, but as soon as love hits the fan, other emotions run wild. Finding love is a tricky beast to tackle, especially in a house full of singles trying to win over the R&B heartthrob.
To celebrate #14DaysOfLove, VH1 is teaming up with Trey Songz to offer fans a first-look at his wild pursuit to find his soulmate in the ridiculous supertrailer for Tremaine the Playboy below. Following the exclusive look on VH1 digital platforms, episodes of Tremaine the Playboy will continue to air on TremaineThePlayboy.com
As part of VH1’s #14DaysOfLove, a celebration with over 200 hours of love-themed series and movies counting down until Valentine’s Day, Songz will also sit down with host Amber Rose to introduce the world to the next eligible bachelor, and she holds nothing back. From finding out what Tremaine looks for in a woman to an intense game of “Never Have I Ever,” Rose is on a mission to find out who “Tremaine the Playboy” really is.
Official Video for PLAYBOY
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Former Vice President Joe Biden’s youngest son is in a romantic relationship with his sister-in-law and the widow of Beau Biden, the vice president’s older son who died in 2015 after a prolonged fight with brain cancer.
Video of a controversial and violent arrest of a Baltimore teenage has stirred anger in the community. During the arrest, two Baltimore County officers used force to detain 16-year-old Alonzo Cox.
The unnamed 14-year-old girl told police she was in an argument with another girl when Cox stepped in and allegedly began assaulting her. During the altercation, the girl pulled a knife from her bag and Cox walked away from her.
Cops Assault 16 year old in Baltimore, Maryland
When police arrived on the scene, she was following Cox with a knife in hand. Police were able to arrest the 14-year-old girl without incident; however, when they tried to detain Cox, the situation escalated to violence.
Baltimore police said the Cox did not comply with an officer’s order. However, Cox’s father, Alonzo Cox Sr., believes his son was confused and scared.
“I don’t think it should have gone that far,” Cox told The Baltimore Sun. “He’s 16 years old. He was scared. I just don’t understand why it was done.”
Cox Sr. claimed police used excessive force and repeatedly punched his son when they tried to arrest him. The entire arrest was captured on video and recently posted to social media.
Police said 16-year-old Cox was charged with second-degree assault, resisting arrest and second-degree assault on police.
The day after his arrest, Cox told Baltimore reporters that he was frightened, which made him resist.
“I was scared,” Cox told reporters. “I thought I was going to get shot that’s all that was going through my mind, ‘Please don’t shoot me,’ I was scared for my life.”
The department is reviewing the incident and will view the body cameras worn by the two officers involved, said Peach. The identity of the officers involved has not been released.