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Drake Takes Shots at Pharrell & Pusha T on Travis Scott’s ‘Utopia’ Track ‘Meltdown’



Drake Takes Shots at Pharrell & Pusha T on Travis Scott’s 'Utopia' Track ‘Meltdown’ miixtapechiick

At midnight, the highly-anticipated moment arrived as Travis Scott released his fourth studio album, Utopia.

One of the standout tracks, “Meltdown,” featuring none other than Drake, set the world ablaze. Over production handled by Boi-1da, Coleman, BNYX, Vinylz, and Tay Keith, Drake aimed shots at fellow artists, Virginia natives Pusha T and Pharrell.

“Man, f**k all that spinning the narrative shit/I melt down the chains that I bought from your boss,” Drake raps. “Give a f**k about all of that heritage shit/Since V not around the members done hung up the Louis/They not even wearing that shit.”

Drake acquired Pharrell’s jewelry collection, valued at $3.3 million, through an exclusive auction hosted by Pharrell himself. The collection featured Pharrell’s notable skateboard pendant and a 14K three-tone N.E.R.D pendant chain in which Drake was seen sporting the pieces in the ‘Jumbotron Shit Poppin‘ visual taken from his Her Loss project with 21 Savage.

Promoting his latest collaboration with Travis Scott, Drake took to Instagram Stories to showcase 2Pac‘s ring, which he recently acquired for $1 million. Sotheby‘s, the auction house responsible for selling the ring, had originally estimated its value to be between $200,000 and $300,000. However, the final sale price surpassed all expectations, making it the most valuable hip-hop artifact ever sold.

This historic ring holds immense significance as it was worn by Tupac Shakur during his final public appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards on September 4, 1996.

Drake Takes Shots at Pharrell Pusha T on Travis Scotts Utopia Track ‘Meltdown


Meek Mill Releases New Independent EP ‘HEATHENISM’



Meek Mill Releases New Independent EP ‘HEATHENISM’ miixtapechiick

Meek Mill found himself at the center of discussions due to his involvement in a new lawsuit alongside Diddy, who is accused of sexual assault and harassment by producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a contributor to Diddy’s latest album, The Love Album: Off the Grid.

In the lawsuit, Jones alleges that Diddy had sex with Meek Mill, among others. Despite Meek’s name being redacted, the footnotes reveal him as the Philadelphia rapper who was previously associated with Nicki Minaj.

After spending 48 hours defending himself on social media, Meek Mill has shifted his focus back to his music, unveiling a new EP named HEATHENISM. This independent release features five tracks, with collaborations with Fivio Foreign and Future.

Stream below.

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Kanye West & Ty Dolla Sign Release New Album ‘Vultures Vol. 1’



Kanye West & Ty Dolla Sign Release New Album ‘Vultures Vol. 1’ miixtapechiick

¥$, the group comprising of Ty Dolla Sign and Kanye West, has officially released the highly anticipated first volume of their collaborative album, “Vultures.”

The 18-track project is supported by the previously released title track with Bump J and Lil Durk, as well as the popular “Talking / Once Again” featuring North West. Volume 1 features contributions from Charlie Wilson, Freddie Gibbs, Quavo, Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, Chris Brown, YG, Future, Timbaland, James Blake, Young Thug, Leon Bridges, and Kid Cudi.

To amplify their project, Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign hosted raves in both Miami and Las Vegas. The celebration of the album’s release came with a livestream listening experience from the United Center in Chicago, featuring surprise appearances, including the presence of XX.

Last month, Kanye West shared the news about his collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, titled “VULTURES,” and revealed that the release would be in three installments. The inaugural release hit streaming platforms on Friday, Feb. 9th, setting the stage for subsequent volumes on March 8th and April 5th.

Adding to the excitement, earlier this week, the duo treated fans to the official video of the much-anticipated track “Talking / Once Again,” featuring North West.

Stream Vultures Vol. 1 below.

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Latto Responds to Ice Spice on ‘Sunday Service’



Latto Responds to Ice Spice on 'Sunday Service' miixtapechiick

Latto is ready to address Ice Spice.

Last week, Ice Spice took to X/Twitter Spaces to confirm that her track, “Think You The Sh*t (Fart),” was a direct shot at Latto. “I dropped it because some people were being funny that day,” Ice Spice explained. “Like, why am I in the background of your weak a** snippet?”

The record came after Latto shared a preview of her upcoming single on TikTok. The snippet prominently featured Ice Spice in the background, and the full track, now titled “Sunday Service,” has officially streaming services. Initially, the artwork showcased Latto in a white tank top with her eyes discreetly covered, positioned against a black and white wall adorned with fellow female emcees like Coi Leray, GloRilla, Nicki Minaj, and Ice Spice—all with their eyes similarly concealed.

She has since changed the artwork however, aims clear shots at Ice Spice.

“These b*tches corny, soon as monkey see, then you know monkey do. Do you rap or do you tweet? ‘Cause I can’t tell, get in the booth, b*tch… Think I’m the sh*t, b*tch, I know it, h*e. Jesus walked on water, I got ice boilin’ though.”

Last Sunday, Latto was spotted in the Bronx, with 20 black Suburbans, capturing scenes for the official music video.

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