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Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake & J. Cole on ‘Like That’ from Future & Metro Boomin’s New Album, ‘We Don’t Trust You’

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Just moments ago, Future and Metro Boomin released their highly-anticipated new album, “We Don’t Trust You,” to the world.

One track that immediately stands out from the project is “Like That,” featuring Kendrick Lamar. On this particular record, the Compton native boldly takes aim at Drake and J. Cole. This seems to confirm the ongoing tension between Metro Boomin and Drake, which came to light a few months ago on social media. In the midst of this conflict, Drake referred to Metro Boomin as a ‘tweeter and deleter’ in a video response to Metro Boomin’s criticism of Drake and 21 Savage’s joint album, ‘Her Loss.’

Drake’s video sign-off, “Look at my eyes — you guys wanna do something? That’s what I thought,” prompted Metro Boomin to retaliate with a video skit referencing on “X” where the character says, “Whoa, Calm Down Jamal, Don’t Pull Out the 9.” This skit humorously portrays interactions between Black people and racist white individuals on a basketball court.

In “Like That,” Kendrick Lamar delivers incisive bars: “Sneak dissin’, first person shooter, I hope they came with three switches. I crash out, like, ‘F–k rap,’ this Melly Mell if I had to. Got two Ts with me, I’m snatchin’ chains and burnin’ tattoos, it’s up. Lost too many soldiers not to play it safe. If he walks around with that stick, it ain’t Andre 3K. Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD. Muthaf–k the big three, n—a, it’s just big me. N—a, bum, what? I’m really like that.”

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Megan Thee Stallion Releases Self-Titled Album ‘MEGAN’

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Megan Thee Stallion has made her return with the release of her highly anticipated self-titled album, MEGAN.

The album anchored by the singles “HISS,” “BOA,” and “Cobra” features 16 tracks with contributions from artists like Kyle Ricch, GloRilla, UGK, Victoria Monét, Big K.R.I.T., and many more. MEGAN marks Megan Thee Stallion’s first independent release under her own label, Hot Girl Productions, following her departure from 300 Entertainment and 1501 Certified.

“Meg sheds her skin, spits venom, and shows how it can feel lonely at the top,” the album’s description on Apple Music reads.

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Marsha Ambrosius Releases New Album “Casablanco”

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Marsha Ambrosius has released her brand new album, Casablanco.

Marking her first release since 2018, the album, executive produced by Dr. Dre, features 11 tracks, including the previously released singles “One Night Stand” and “The Greatest.”

“This project was so specific,” she told Billboard. “And there are so many other gems on here that I don’t want to spoil it because you have to listen to again and again. Every single track is like an Easter egg with gems inside.”

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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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