Following up "Purple Reign," Future drops off his new album "EVOL."
The man just doesn't stop working. Fresh off the release of his Purple Reign project, Future continues his rap dominance by sharing yet another new album for us tonight called EVOL.
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!"
Drake officially kicked off his Views from the 6 campaign on Saturday by premiering "Summer Sixteen" on OVO Sound Radio. Not fifteen minutes later, Meek Mill responded by releasing his surprise EP 4/4 Part 2, which contained a brand new Drake diss track called "War Pain."
Wiz Khalifa may have made headlines this past week when he and Kanye West had some choice words for one another on twitter, but what better timing for all that to go down than just days before the release of his new album Khalifa.
Staying true to his word, Future’s newly-announced album, EVOL, was just made available for pre-order on iTunes tonight, ultimately revealing the tracklist and features in the process.
The HNHH audience was shocked and scintillated a few days ago, when the latest cover of the French fashion magazine Lui was unveiled, on which 25-year-old British singer Rita Ora appeared completely topless.
Holy shit. According to DJ Khaled, Future is dropping a new album this Friday by way of Khaled's brand new Beats 1 Radio Show. "BIG CLOTH ALERT!" wrote Khaled. "MOGUL TALK !! JUST SIGNED A NEW DEAL WITH @APPLEMUSIC. WE THE BEST RADIO AND TV DEBUTING THIS FRIDAY AT 8PM EST / 5 PM PST! WORLD PREMIERING THE NEW @FUTURE ALBUM THIS FRIDAY!!!"
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.
Today is about to be lit with new album releases. From Wiz Khalifa & Trae The Truth to Majid Jordan & Boosie Badazz, fans will have their headphones filled with all sorts of new music as we roll into the weekend.
Future promised he had something big for us at midnight, and he wasn't lying. The rapper shared the artwork for his new album, EVOL on Twitter, revealing that the pre-order would be going up when the clock strikes 12.Along with the dark, floral imagery, Fewtch also shared that he has a new "deal" with Apple.
"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."
Yesterday, news broke that the long-standing feud between father and son aka Birdman and Lil Wayne finally came to an agreeable ending. After reports began circulating that the two were attempting to reconcile, word is now that they're back on good terms. We'll have to wait and see what this means for Carter V and Cash Money in general.
The seizures and subsequent hospitalization Lil Wayne experienced in 2013 caused the rapper to rethink his health choices, telling Katie Couric that he would refrain from drinking the codeine and promethazine-fuelled cocktail known as lean following the scare.As far as we know, he's made good on the promise since, but according to TMZ, sources close to Weezy have confirmed that the rapper has gone
Meek Mill can rest easy, for now, as 50 Cent is back to toying with his favorite foe: Sean "Puffy" Combs. The Bad Boy mogul was the subject of one of the day's most sensational news stories, as outlets such as the New York Daily News ran a story about a retired LAPD officer who claims to have evidence that Puff paid $1 million to an L.A. Crip to kill Tupac Shakur.
"Hey HHH, I go by the name Lais. Fresh out of Toronto with no fans yet, I'm hoping to gain at least one today with my debut project, SESSION ONE. Take a listen."
Things got exciting towards the end of the day yesterday when, not only did Future announce the title and tracklist for a new album dropping on Apple (Evol), but he appeared to engage in sub-tweet war with Young Thug.
It's been a wild ride since Kanye West announced his new album title last week, quickly turning into a heated Twitter altercation between Ye and Wiz Khalifa. After a few days have gone by with no shots thrown by either party, Kanye has announced that the two have spoken, and it sounds like things are good between the two rappers once again.
Kanye West's last minute studio sessions just keep getting crazier and crazier. His latest assemblance of people included 2 Chainz, Mike Dean, Kirk Franklin, Diddy, Kid Cudi, and French Montana, but, as far as we know, they were just around to listen to the final product.Andre 3000 was also in attendance, but he didn't come alone.
On this morning's episode of Ebro in the Morning, Ebro mentioned that he heard a rumor that a announcement will be made later this week regarding a Drake X J. Cole summer tour. Ebro, who is employed by Hot 97 and Apple Music, has deep ties in the music industry, so his claim could hold water.
Young Thug and Future are both putting out projects this Friday, and it seems like the spirit of competition has reared its head today. Shortly after Future shared news that he'd be dropping new music tonight, Young Thug tweeted a comment that seemed to be a response to Future's output. Boy slow down dropping all that BS music...😭😂✌🏾️
Last night, Young Thug abruptly announced a change in plans, from Slime Season 3 to I'm Up. The project is still set to arrive on February 5th, and while we've yet to see any new cover artwork for the newly-titled album, Thugger has just not shared some back cover art (which falls in line with the original SS3 cover art).
A judge ruled against The Game in a sexual assault lawsuit because he never responded to the accuser's complaint.
Future's "EVOL" Album Art Has Been Identified, And It's Not Stock Photography This Time | 45,653 Views
Future announced his new album EVOL last night, sharing the album artwork and track list. The cover features a smoldering image of roses cover in ash and embers. People have identified stock photography being used by Future on his last two albums DS2 and What A Time To Be Alive. Naturally, when this artwork came out people started poking around in search of a source.
As far as we know, Jay Electronica doesn't have an album on the way, but he has opened a Periscope account, and he got pretty comfortable speaking his mind via live stream Friday night. Jay seemed to be in a pretty excitable mood while answering fan questions in the back of his car, letting viewers know how he felt about a few rap's popular topics.
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.
"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.
Fans got a taste of Views tonight, and they're now eager to get the full vision.
Rick Ross is a big man. It’s no surprise someone of his stature needs a very big house. The MMG head recently invited The Coveteur into his Atlanta house to explore his cavernous abode, and they took tons of pictures for us to drool over. The house includes 109 rooms and some truly massive closet space. The double doors to his home are emblazoned with large ‘R R’ lettering.
Kanye West Reveals Rolling Stone Cover Shot By Tyler, The Creator [Update: Rolling Stone Says It’s Not An Official Cover] | 41,661 Views
Kanye West's new album is just over a week away. The last we heard, it was called WAVES, but it seems very possible it could change at any moment.
Rihanna's ANTI has had a weird first week of sales. Dropping Wednesday evening on Tidal (to compete with an unfortunate leak), it had under 48 hours left in the sales week to do numbers, and even then they were stream-only (outside of 460 copies that somehow managed to trickle through early). As a result, it debuted at #27 on the charts.