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Brandy Responds to Jack Harlow with ‘First Class’ Freestyle

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Brandy responds to Jack Harlow.

Earlier this month, Jack Harlow revealed during an interview with Hot 97’s Ebro Darden, Laura Stylez, and Peter Rosenberg that he didn’t know Brandy was the older sister of Ray J. During a game of “WhiteishWednesdays,” Harlow couldn’t figure out who’s voice was behind the record of “Angel In Disguise,” a record off Brandy’s 1998 sophomore album, Never Say Never.

When the cast gave Harlow a hint, he responded with “Who’s Ray J’s sister? I didn’t know they were siblings. Who is it?”

After being told it was Brandy, the “Nail Tech” rapper responded with “Brandy and Ray J are siblings? Nobody’s ever told me that in my life. Nobody’s ever told me that. Y’all got a good clip off that one. Ray J and Brandy are siblings? I had no idea, bruh.”

This debacle caused a whole frenzy on social media. The interview even got a reaction out from the singer herself.

Responding with “I will murk this dude in rap at 43 on his own beats and then sing his ass to sleep,” Brandy decided to back her words up with a freestyle over “First Class.”

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Lil Durk Returns with New ‘7220 (Deluxe)’ 

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Back in March, Lil Durk released his fifth studio album, 7220.

Named after his grandmother’s address, the project debuted at no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was supported by the singles “What Happened to Virgil” featuring Gunna, “Broadway Girls” with Morgan Wallen and “Petty Too” featuring Future. Durk followed up with “7220 Reloaded,” adding “Computer Murderers” as the album’s opener. Three months later, the Chicago native returns with 7220 Deluxe.

Treating fans with 13 tracks, the project features a brand new list of songs with contributions from Moneybagg YoEST GeeDoodie Lo,  Ella Mai and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

Stream below.

7220 (Deluxe) Tracklist

1. “So What”
2. “Huuuuh”
3. “Hear It Back” feat. Moneybagg Yo
4. “Selling Lashes”
5. “Burglars & Murderes” feat. EST Gee
6. “Risky”
7. “Did S**t to Me” feat. Doodie Lo
8. “Smurk Outta Here”
9. “IYKYK” feat. Ella Mai and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
10. “Unhappy Father’s Day”
11. “Expedite this Letter”
12. “Two Hours from Atlanta”
13. “Hearing Sirens”
14. “Computer Murderers

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New Music: Beyonce – ‘Break My Soul’

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Beyonce Break My Soul

Last week, Beyonce caused a frenzy on social media as she began to hint at the release of her next studio album dubbed by fans as ‘B7.’

Ushering a new era with what we now know as the album to be ‘ACT I: Renassaince,’ Beyonce begins her campaign for the project with the album’s lead single, “Break My Soul.” Produced by The Dream, the record is track no. 6 on the forthcoming effort which finds Beyonce tapping into house music and delivering sound we haven’t heard from Bey in quite some time

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Drake Releases Seventh Studio Album, ‘Honestly, Nevermind’

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Nine months ago, Drake release his sixth studio album, Certified Lover Boy.

Supported by the singles  “Way 2 Sexy” featuring Young Thug and Future and “Knife Talk” featuring 21 Savage and Project Pat, Certified Lover Boy debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200, making it his 10th consecutive chart-topping album in the country. Ready to do it again, Drake has returned with his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind.

Making the announcement of the album Thursday afternoon, Drake premiered the inaugural episode of his radio show, Table For One, via Sirius XM.

Coming in with 14 tracks, the project contains a lone feature from 21 Savage.

Stream ‘Honestly, Nevermind‘ below.

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