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K Shiday Disses Asian Da Brat on ‘Back In Blood’ Freestyle

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In 2018, Asian Da Brat was the first woman signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records.

However, the Dallas native parted ways with the label last January as she felt that being signed wasn’t a good fit. In a tweet posted back in 2019, Asian expressed that she has wished she stayed independent:

When she got her wish last January, Asian posted the following caption in the now-deleted Instagram post:

“I feel like I owe my fans the truth so here it goes I ASKED GUCCI MANE TO RELEASE ME FROM 1017 A COUPLE DAYS AGO & HE SAID “OKAY” thank you alamo records/Eskimo Records for the opportunity but I’m NO LONGER IN MY DEAL. I AM OFFICIALLY AN INDEPENDENT ARTIST 💯 I’ve wanted this for a while but I’m a super loyal person & I knew God had something planned for me. Once I felt it completely in my heart that I had to move on from my team is when I asked to be removed & everything went smoothly. You don’t have to scream curse or yell to get your point across just be humble about every situation & know that 1 day you will get everything you deserve.. 2020 is MINES & IM CLAIMING IT 💯 Thanks to all my supporters who stayed down y’all know its UP NOW!!”

With K Shiday now sitting on the throne since last May, Gucci Mane claimed that she was his “first and only female rap artist” ever signed to the label in an Instagram post.

Proving that she’s the queen of the throne, the San Antonio-native decided to drop some bars over 1017 labelmate Pooh Shiesty‘s record, “Back In Blood” which features Lil Durk. K Shiday decided to go after Asian after she reportedly dissed her first over the same beat.

“I don’t even play with dolls, and I damn sure can’t stand a brat,” K Shiday opens up the record. “Bitch you irrelevant, you really fu*kin’ mad/ on the Shiesty beat you tryna be 1017 so bad/Bitches fallin’ out for likes, don’t play with dolls or play with tech’s/bitch, you mad they took that chain from you, I got it ’round my neck,” K Shiday continues.

Now, what did Asian Da Brat say that set off K Shiday? “I ain’t gotta have no deal, I’m in the streets, this p*ssy platinum/ I got in and out that shit, ran up a mil’, we call that fastin’/Aye, you gotta know, you hoes is lame/ Raisin pussy, dried up bitches, they gon’ say my name for fame/If it weren’t for Asian Doll, then none of you hoes won’t have no chains.”

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42 Dugg Links With Roddy Ricch for New Single ‘4 Da Gang’

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Back in February, shots were fired at a video shoot in southwest Atlanta, where 42 Dugg and Roddy Ricch were shooting a visual for their now announced single, “4 Da Gang.” As a result of the shooting, three people were injured and police detained and arrested a 40-year-old man on drug charges, though he was not suspected to be the shooter.

42 Dugg and Roddy Ricch left the scene unscathed, and we haven’t heard much about the single until now. Over the production of TayTayMadeIt, the record samples Scorpions’ 1982 single, “No One Like You.”

Stream “4 Da Gang” below.

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Album Stream: Gallant – ‘Neptune’

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After parting ways with Warner Bros., Gallant returns with his latest project as an independent artist titled, Neptune.

Though it’s labeled an EP, it is an 8-track effort that consists of features from Brandy, VanJess and Arin Ray. Backed by his leading single, “Comeback,” Gallant was inspired by feelings of nostalgia when trying to come up with the lyrics:

“I put the lyrics of ‘Comeback.’ together from pages of notes I had typed up late at night and saved on my computer (and didn’t really want anyone else to read),” Gallant explains via press release. “I was having some trouble finding a spark of inspiration and at the same time, I had these small bits and pieces of early 2000s R&B floating around in my head that I could never really turn into any good ideas.”

Neptune serves as a follow-up to his 2019-project, Sweet Insomnia, which featured 13-tracks with contributions from 6lack and Sabrina Claudio.

Stream Neptune below.

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Album Stream: Kalan.Fr.Fr – TwoFr 2

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After signing to Roc Nation earlier this month, Compton’s own Kalan.Fr.Fr releases his first project on the label imprint titled, TwoFr 2.

Serving as the sequel to his 2018-project, Kalan.Fr.Fr. taps on the services of Stunna 4 Vegas, Mozzy and Cypress Moreno on the 13-track effort. “Being with Roc Nation feels like we set our goals and now we’ve accomplished them,” said the First Class Entertainment artist. “We’re just excited to take it to the next level. I just wanna prove to everyone that believes in me…I wanna prove them right.”

Stream Kalan.Fr.Fr.’s TwoFr2 below.

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