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

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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.

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Kehlani Releases New Album ‘CRASH’

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Kehlani has finally released their highly-anticipated album, CRASH.

Supported by previously released singles “After Hours” and “Next 2 U,” the project features 13 tracks with contributions from Jill Scott, Yung Miko and Omah Lay. CRASH serves as a follow-up to Kehlani’s 2022 album, blue water road.

“A crash, in any form, is the peak height of the moment,” Kehlani wrote. “It isn’t the anxiety of the before, or the lament after. It is the ever so imperative present. A space with no reminisce, no remorse, and no afterthought. CRASH is here. At my most free, most fun, most loud, most fueled, so far.”

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Dutch ReBelle Channels Her Inner Zen with “Namaste”

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After ending her hiatus with the Humbeats-produced track “Danger,” Dutch ReBelle embraces her inner zen on her latest release, “Namaste.” Produced by Grammy-nominated Clark D, “Namaste” reflects Dutch ReBelle’s dedication to maintaining her peace and authenticity, refusing to compromise her identity for mainstream success.

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Tdai Honcho Kicks Off the Summer with “Play Ball”

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After collaborating alongside Gudda Rock on “Back at It,” Boston rapper Tdai Honcho is kicking off the summer with his drill-inspired track, “Play Ball.” Clocking in at just over two minutes, this hard-hitting record serves as a warning to his opps, reminding them them that he’s never been one to duck rec.

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