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Diddy Announces ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid’ Album Release Date



Diddy has finally unveiled the anticipated release date for his album “The Love Album: Off the Grid.”

Having tantalized fans with hints of the album over a year ago, the project is now set to grace our ears on September 15th, courtesy of his new label venture, Love Records. Within the 4-minute trailer, we see a star-studded cast of appearances including luminaries such as Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Swae Lee, Mary J. Blige, 21 Savage, French Montana, and more.

Fronted by the single “Gotta Move On,” featuring Bryson Tiller, “The Love Album: Off the Grid” will also consist pf previously released tracks including “Sex In The Porsche,” with PARTYNEXTDOOR, and the summer smash “Act Bad,” featuring the City Girls and Fabolous.

Watch the official trailer for Diddy’s The Love Album: Off the Grid above.


Rick Ross Disses Drake on ‘Champagne Moments’



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After Drake‘s official diss, “Push Ups,” leaked earlier today, in which he dissed Rick Ross, Metro Boomin, Kendrick Lamar, and others, Rick Ross throws his hat in the ring and immediately responds with a diss of his own titled, “Champagne Moments.”

In the diss track, Rick Ross reveals that Drake allegedly got a nose job and also unfollowed Drake on Instagram after Drake sent French Montana a cease and desist for a track on his album.

Stream the rough snippet below.

The record is now available on streaming services.

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Drake Disses Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, Rick Ross & The Weeknd on Leaked Track



Drake Disses Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, Rick Ross & The Weeknd on Leaked Track miixtapechiick

After facing a barrage of diss tracks from the likes of Future, Metro Boomin, Kendrick Lamar, and more, Drake returns with a response that appears to have leaked online.

Earlier this week, Rory and Mal of the New Rory and Mal podcast teased the diss on episode 258, with Rory dropping hints like, “Drop down & give me 50,” a line directly lifted from Drake’s response.

Now, the Toronto native fires back, airing out his grievances towards his peers over a 4-minute track sampling Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Get Money.”

Drake’s response to Kendrick Lamar:

“What’s a Prince to a king? He a son, n****”

“Pip squeak pipe down, you ain’t in no big three, SZA got you wipe down, Travis got you wiped down, Savage got you wiped down, like your label boy you Interscope right now” “How the f*** you been big steppin with size 7 mens on”

“Maroon 5 need a verse, you better make it witty, then we need a verse for the Swifties, Top say you drop, you better drop and give up fiftyyy”

Drake’s reply to J. Cole’s apology for dissing Kendrick Lamar: “And that f*cking song y’all got is not starting beef with us/This sh*t been brewing in a pot, now I’m heating up/I don’t care what Cole think, that Dot sh*t was weak as f*ck”

Drake’s clapback at Rick Ross:

“I might take ya latest girl and cuff her like Ricky, can’t believe he’s jumping in, this n**** turning 50, every song that made it on the chart he got from Drizzy, worry bout whatever going on with you and—”

Drake’s response to Metro Boomin:

“Metro shut your h*e ass and make some drums, n****”

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Dreezy Releases ‘B**ch Duh’ Remix with BIA, Lakeyah and KenTheMan



Dreezy Releases 'B**ch Duh' Remix with BIA, Lakeyah and KenTheMan miixtapechiick

Following the release of her hit single “B**ch Duh” in February, Chicago artist Dreezy is back with a female star-studded remix of the track featuring BIA, Lakeyah, and KenTheMan.

The original version of the song boasts a star-studded video with appearances from Metro Boomin, Travis Scott, Swae Lee, Coi Leray, Yung Miami, Natalie Nunn, 2 Chainz, Rubi Rose, Gillie, NeNe Leakes, and more.

“‘B**ch Duh’ came about with just me being in a studio, popping my s**t, getting in my vibe. I love to just make music that makes me feel confident and makes me feel like I’m on top of the world. It’s just one of those songs where I was just really in my element. I put it out, the internet went crazy about it. It was like organic love and everything,” Dreezy told BET. “So, I thought about an all female remix plus it was Women’s Month. When I put the original track out there, I was getting so much good feedback from the female rappers anyway. That’s how I chose who I wanted to be on the song.”

The release of the ‘B**ch Duh’ remix follows news of Dreezy’s 2016 single “Close To You,” featuring T-Pain, earning Platinum certification from the RIAA in March.

Stream the ‘B**ch Duh’ remix below.

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