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Last week, Chloe Bailey announced the second single off her debut album, IN PIECES.

Titled ‘How Does It Feel,’ the Columbia Records/Parkwood Entertainment artist tapped on Chris Brown for the Hitmaka-produced track. Following the announcement, Chloe was met with backlash from fans on social media who condemned her working relationship with Chris Brown, which prompted the R&B singer to respond on Instagram Stories:

 “If y’all still hate me for a mistake I made as a 17-year-old please kiss my whole entire a–,” Brown wrote in an Instagram Story, referring to the physical abuse towards then-girlfriend Rihanna in February 2009.

Chloe has been quiet about the backlash and instead dropped a teaser for the forthcoming visual.

Ahead of the record’s release, Brown wrote Chloe some words of encouragement:

“@chloebailey you are a beautiful soul… TAKE OVER THE WORLD SHAWTY and DONT LOOK BACK🙏🏽! YOU ARE A QUEEN! DONT LET NOBODY TELL YOU NO DIFFERENT! You followed your dreams and now the universe is fulfilling that manifestation.”

“How Does It Feel” samples Usher‘s Confessions’ LP-cut, “Throwback” featuring Jadakiss.

Chloe’s forthcoming debut album In Pieces drops March 31.

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Drake Releases New Single ‘Slime You Out’ with SZA

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Drake Teases New Collabs with SZA and Yeat on "For All the Dogs"

With just one week left until the release of Drake‘s highly-anticipated album, ‘For All The Dogs,’ the Toronto native pleasantly surprises his fans by dropping a new single titled ‘Slime You Out,’ featuring SZA.

In 2020, Drake made a revealing reference on “Mr. Right Now,” sharing that he “used to date SZA back in ’08,” a statement that raised some eyebrows due to the timing. However, SZA later clarified on her Twitter that their involvement actually took place in 2009, emphasizing that it was completely innocent and far in the past.

The album’s artwork features Halle Berry getting slimed at the 2012 Kid’s Choice Awards, a fitting choice considering Drake’s lyrics in the song, where he mentions “I’m slimin’ you for them kid choices you made.”

“Slime You Out” is a collaborative effort produced by Bnyx, Noah “40” Shebib, Dalton Tennant, and Noel Cadastre. Drake has previously worked with Bnyx and, as is customary, Noah “40” Shebib on “Search & Rescue.”

You can listen to “Slime You Out” by streaming it above.

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SZA & Justin Bieber Release Acoustic Version of ‘Snooze’

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SZA & Justin Bieber Release Acoustic Version of ‘Snooze’

A few weeks ago, SZA debuted the official music video for her hit single “Snooze,” which included guest appearances by Justin Bieber, as well as actors Woody McClain and Young Mazino, alongside producer and songwriter Benny Blanco.

Today, the talented artist is back with an official acoustic rendition of the same track, featuring Justin Bieber.

After wrapping up a successful European tour earlier this summer, SZA is gearing up for another round of North American performances in support of her album, SOS. During her recent New York City concert earlier this month, she thrilled fans by announcing the upcoming release of a deluxe edition of SOS, tentatively titled Lana, set to drop sometime this fall.

You can listen to the acoustic version of ‘Snooze’ below.

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Diddy Releases ‘The Love Album: Off The Grid’

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Diddy Releases ‘The Love Album: Off The Grid’

In 2015, Diddy dropped his MMM (Money Making Mitch) mixtape, which boasted a multitude of guest features from Big SeanFrench MontanaFutureJadakissLil’ Kim, Pusha TStyles PTravis ScottTy Dolla SignWiz Khalifa and more.

However, it’s been a long hiatus since his last solo project, Press Play, which released back in 2006.

After keeping us in suspense for more than a year, the multi-talented mogul is back with his latest album, The Love Album: Off The Grid. This extensive album comprises 22 tracks and even includes an intermission.

With 22 tracks and an intermission, the album features guest appearances from The WeekndJustin Bieber, Mary J BligeJazmine SullivanH.E.RSummer Walker, BabyfaceJohn Legend, Teyana TaylorFrench Montana, Coco Jones, Fabolous, The-Dream, Busta Rhymes, Dawn Richard, KalennaTy Dolla $ignJacquees, Kehlani21 Savage, Swae LeeBurna Boy, JeremihJozzyNova WavDirty Money, Kalan Fr.Fr and Nija.

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