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Cardi B Reintroduces Herself with New ‘Red Barz Freestyle’

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Since departing from Love and Hip Hop: New York, Cardi B has been hard at work after inking a deal with Atlantic Records. Releasing #GBMV2 at the top of the year, the Bronx queen recently appeared on the remix of Red Cafe‘s “She’s A Bad One” and served as 2 Chainz guest on his collaborative playlist, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music.

Returning to the limelight, Cardi B showcases her witty (and gritty) bars in her latest offering, “Red Barz Freestyle.” Decked out in all red, the regular degular shmegular rapper showcases just how hungry she is with her fiery, but blunt bars.

Keep playing with her if you want to.

I put in work now I’m here at the front line/Ready for the bullsh*t, I swear it’s on my bloodline/Touch mine, get it sub slime, one time/Bump blind b*tches quick then I dump mine/Pull up with the Gucci clutch spitting clutch rhymes/Flyer than a big thick B with a blood tine

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Lil Yachty Releases New Album ‘Let’s Start Here’ 

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Lil Yachty Releases New Album ‘Let’s Start Here’ 
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On Christmas Day, unreleased music by Lil Yachty had hit the internet. Under the name ‘Sonic Ranch,’ 13 track effort had reportedly leaked due to an alleged disgruntled engineer who hasn’t reportedly not received payment.

Though Lil Yachty never confirmed or denied why the leak happened, he has officially returned with his first studio album in three years titled, Let’s Start Here. With 14 tracks, Lil Yachty called this his second chapter and thanked fans for their patience.

Stream the album below.

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G Fredo Sentenced to Nine Years In RICO Case

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G Fredo Sentenced to Nine years

In June 2020, G Fredo, born Michael Brandao, was of one of the 31 individuals arrested and charged in federal court on RICO conspiracy and conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances.

In June of 2022, the ’34 Baby’ entered a guilty plea on all both charges, alongside Hamma Thang and 7981 Kal. Seven months later, G Fredo returned to the John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse to learn his fate.

On Wednesday, Jan. 25, G Fredo was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin to 108 months (nine years) in prison with 32 months of time served, according to a press release by the Department of Justice. G Fredo was previously facing up to 40 years in prison and a $1.2 million fine. He is expected to only serve four years.

“Brandao was an active and violent member of the NOB gang who personally committed and supported multiple violent crimes on behalf of the gang,” the press release reads. “The Court determined that Brandao was responsible for an attempted murder and took it into consideration at sentencing.”

The press release continues with the following: “Specifically, in November 2018, an individual was shot multiple times with a .40 caliber pistol in broad daylight near their residence in New Bedford; this individual survived their injuries.” Additionally, according to court documents, Brandao actively facilitated, promoted and furthered the criminal activities committed by the NOB gang in various ways, including. by publishing recordings and videos boasting about violence he and the NOB gang committed, bragging about his personal participation in gang violence, threatening rival gangs and intimidating witnesses.”

Last week, HSM’s Hamma Thang was found not guilty on murder charges stemming from the 2018 death of then 24-year-old Kelby Ramos. Hamma Thang and 7981 Kal are scheduled to face a judge for their charges on RICO conspiracy in the coming months.

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Bas Releases New Song & Video ‘Diamonds’

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Bas Releases New Song & Video ‘Diamonds’

We haven’t heard from Bas since his 2022-EP, [BUMP] Pick Me Up which spawned the hit single ‘The Jackie.’ Following his appearance on the Dreamville compilation mixtape, D-Day, Bas returns with a brand new record and visual, ‘Diamonds.’

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