Meek Mill was at the Sixers' game tonight, as he said he would be on his new track "War Pain."
"Me and Nicki watchin' the Sixers, I'm closin' more deals," raps Meek Mill on "War Pain," the new Drake diss track he dropped tonight as part of his new EP, 4/4 Part 2. As luck would have it, Nicki and Meek did attend the Sixers' game tonight, in which the home team lost by three points to the Golden State Warriors.
Drake took no prisoners on his new single, "Summer Sixteen." No singing, no dancing -- just bitter raps directed at anyone whom he might consider a rival. Of course, that includes Meek Mill, whom he deals with in his opening verse.
You gotta be kidding. Have the tables turned? Meek Mill just responded to all the clamor surrounding his "War Pain" Drake diss, which all-too-coincidentally seemed to address the Drake track that premiered MINUTES earlier, by writing, "The ghost writer told me!"
"I'm just a sicko a real sicko when you get to know me, n*gga / I let the diss record drop you were standing right below me, nigga / We must have played it a hundred times, you was going to bed."
Fans got a taste of Views tonight, and they're now eager to get the full vision.
UPDATE: Drake indeed came through with new music tonight, dropping "Summer Sixteen," a new single off his upcoming album Views from the 6. During tonight's episode, he revealed the album in April. October Firm (Drake and Oliver El-Khatib) also played a Nas remix of Future's "March Madness," among other exclusives.
New York generally tends to have 50 Cent's back, and judging by his hometown show at B.B. King's Friday night, they're still backing him in his recent feed with Meek Mill. Footage from the show finds the crowd chanting "Fuck Meek Mill," and cheering on Fif's shots at the MMG rapper.
There is much we can learn from rap Instagram, much to read between the lines as rappers attempt to craft their image without pesky publicists looking over their shoulder. Take a look at some of the best hip hop Instagram posts of the week after the jump.
Drake managed to dominate 2015 without dropping an "official" album, but with a new year upon us, it seems that Views From The 6, the proper follow-up to 2013's Nothing Was The Same, is finally on its way.When Drake comes through with some news in the owl hours of the morning, it's always a good sign, and he did just that around 3AM Saturday.
It's been a weird week on Kanye West's Twitter, but things may finally be winding down. Things got crazy when he rapper decided to respond to Wiz Khalifa's criticism of his album title, which then opened up a tirade on Amber Rose, Wiz's son, Bash, and recently had 'Ye getting defensive about 'butt stuff' accusations.
Blac Chyna was reportedly arrested at an Austin airport on Friday, after she appeared to be "heavily intoxicated" and became belligerent with a flight attendant while boarding a plane.Chyna was said to be headed for London, and was catching a connecting flight in Texas when she was booked by the cops.
All eyes are on Kanye West right now as he currently puts the finishing touches on his highly anticipated upcoming album Waves. On Friday night, the G.O.O.D. Music CEO held a studio session with 2 Chainz, Mike Dean, Kirk Franklin, Diddy, French Montana, and more where he decided to play the album for them in its entirety.
Unfortunately, Mike Will Made-It’s sequel to Ransom won’t be releasing today as originally planned, but according to his excuse, the setback maybe well worth the wait.
About two weeks ago, Meek Mill came through with his first new music since last summer's Dreams Worth More Than Money, his sophomore album. He did not release his long-awaited Dreamchasers 4 mixtape, which was expected to be his next project; instead, he dropped a 4-track EP titled 4/4.
The relatively massive contracts NBA players receive are often the subject of much debate, and rightly so. The thought of a 21 year old kid making millions of dollars is baffling to the everyday American, but their player contracts are not their only source of income. In some cases, those contracts aren’t even their largest source of income.
Only a couple weeks ago Curren$y casually tweeted out that he was working on a second joint project with Alchemist. Now, we have official artwork and a release date for The Carrollton Heist via Spitta Andretti’s Instagram.
The NBA All-Star game is quickly approaching. The festivities will take place on February 12-14 in Toronto. Every year, Nike uses the weekend as an occasion to release a plethora of new product, and this year is no different.
The week is finally, almost, over. That doesn't mean Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa's beef has subsided yet though, with Kanye attempting to clear his name in the #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch scandal, and Wiz continuing to take aim at Ye during live shows. It's amusing and entertaining, to say the least.
Wiz was in South America during his ridiculous Twitter spat with Kanye West that went down on Wednesday (Jan. 29). Later that night, after 'Ye had disparaged Wiz' ex-wife and claimed ownership over their child together, the Taylor Gang emcee yelled "fuck Kanye!" while he was performing in Argentina.
Two days after its (accidental) release, Rihanna's new album, ANTI, has been certified platinum.
Reliable Chicago hip-hop blog Fake Shore Drive reports that reliable sources have told the site that Kanye West is set to perform on Saturday Night Live on February 13. If true, the performance will come almost a year after his last appearance on the show, when he performed a three-song medley that ended with "Wolves," which will be the final track on WAVES.
Tyler, the Creator is a kinetic force. He never stops moving or slows down no matter what it is he’s doing. The same goes for his clothing label, Golf Wang. For this season, he put together a lookbook (released in December) featuring some of his friends, including A$AP Rocky.
The struggles of TIDAL have been well-documented since Jay Z took the reigns last March. It is largely the influence of the TIDAL Mafia -- the incredible roster of A-listers who hold ownership stakes in TIDAL that includes Jay Z, Kanye West, Beyoncé, Daft Punk, Jack White, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, Rihanna, Usher, Alicia Keys, & J.
Russell Wilson was feeling particularly affectionate on Wednesday and wanted his boo Ciara to know it with a #WCW post. So he made posts to Instagram and Twitter that featured some particularly corny and florid language in the caption.
Cash Money Records has been ripping off artists and producers for over 20 years. If Birdman tells some "I'm getting yu paid," as he has on at least one occasion, chances are he's lying.
After a few delays, Kevin Gates is ready to let fans hear Islah in full. The album, which is named after his daughter, finds the Baton Rouge rapper adopting some more mainstream practices through out-- it is his first album released via a major label, Atlantic.
You had to figure it was only a matter of time before Kanye responded to Amber Rose’s #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch claims, and here it is.
Almost a year after the track started buzzing on soundcloud, Earl Sweatshirt has finally discovered Post Malone's "White Iverson," which reached as high as No. 14 on the Billboard 100 last year. Upon his first listen, Earl was confused about the hype behind Malone's breakout hit -- "who let this slide?" he asked his Twitter followers.
After the Twitter mess that ensued yesterday, you knew someone was gonna be hit with Charlamagne's notorious "Donkey of the Day" snub this morning, and that someone was Mr. West.
Over the course of the past year or so, Snoop Dogg has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!