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Lil Tjay, Polo G & Fivio Foreign Team Up On A New Track Titled ‘Head Shot’

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Lil Tjay, Polo G & Fivio Foreign – Head Shot

Lil TJay has never been the one to disappoint.

Dropping “Calling My Phone” featuring 6LACK earlier this year, the record now sits at no. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100. As he continues to keep the ball rolling, the Brooklyn native teams up with Polo G and Fivio Foreign for his latest offering, “Head Shot.”

Set to be featured on his forthcoming sophomore effort, Lil TJay previously collaborated with Polo G on the track, “First Place” and with Fivio Foreign on “Zoo York,” so it’s evident that chemistry wasn’t hard to find.

lil TJAY on Twitter: “I Don’t Think Ya Ready For Dis One 🥴🥴🔥 #Headshot #friday pic.twitter.com/JQ06biaxAo / Twitter”

I Don’t Think Ya Ready For Dis One 🥴🥴🔥 #Headshot #friday pic.twitter.com/JQ06biaxAo

“Headshot” serves as a follow-up to Lil Tjay’s debut album, True 2 Myself. Released in 2019, the album reached platinum status last September.

Stream “Head Shot” below.

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GloRilla Releases ‘Tomorrow 2’ with Cardi B

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With her latest single “Tomorrow” amassing 10 million views on Youtube, Memphis rapper GloRilla returns with “Tomorrow 2” featuring Bronx’s own Cardi B.

Produced by GloRilla’s frequent collaborator Macaroni Toni, “Tomorrow 2,”  is a follow-up to GloRilla’s “Blessed” with Yo Gotti. “Tomorrow” lives on the CMG compilation project, Gangsta Art, out now.

You can catch GloRilla on Saturday, Sept. 24, performing at Rolling Loud New York’s D’usse Stage.

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Don Q Responds to Lil Tjay on “Idk”

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On Saturday, Lil Tjay decided to drop a freestyle over 50 Cent‘s “Many Men (Wish Death),” retitling it “Faceshot (Many Men Freestyle).”

Over the  Eminem, Digga and Luis Resto-produced track, Tjay speaks about getting shot seven times and coming out alive, but also seems to be directing his bars at someone specific.

“Type of guy, try to take sum’ from me, boy you high/And I ain’t sayin’ he the suspect but lil homie out a eye,” he spits. “All streets rules apply, I got hit, ain’t wonder why/All quiet/All I know is when they see me it’s goodbye/I know many men, out there wanna get me, tell ’em ‘Bend again’/Never on no scary shit, no afraid like Eminem.”

Don Q didn’t take kindly what the “True 2 Myself” rapper had to say and decided to drop bars over 50 Cent & G-Unit’s “I Don’t Know Officer.”

In his freestyle, Tjay alluded to the fact that someone from Highbridge The Label may have allegedly been involved in the shooting.

“Like what? Mr. Manny steady talkin’ like he tough/Caught his ass, ain’t have no pole, and he went skippin’ off the dust,” said Lil Tjay who may be referring to HBTL’s Trap Manny.

Don Q responded with, “I used to like you so I’m happy they ain’t finish the job/but you must gotta death wish tryna mention the squad/Got shot, now you sayin’ names all over your raps/p*ssy boy, I could imagine what you told the detecs.”

“But you keep chattin’ about the guys and we ain’t mention you once/ but keep on cappin for the blogs and you gon’ get what you want.”

Back in 2020, beef initiated between Lil Tjay and Highbridge The Label after Lil Tjay self-proclaimed himself as the King of New York and stated that he could have slept with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie‘s girlfriend and baby mother, Ella Bands.

Stream Don Q’s response to Lil Tjay above.

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Jessie Reyez Returns With ‘Yessie’

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Marking two years since the release of her Before Love Came To Kill Us, Jessie Reyez returns with her sophomore album, Yessie. With a lone feature from 6LACK on “FOREVER,” the 11-track project features production handled by Calvin Harris, Tim Suby, Rykeyz, Pop Wanself and more. 

“I’ve made more of a conscious effort to be better to myself, be healthier and be kinder, extend myself the grace that I extend to other people. And I think it’s shown up in my music, too. It’s just more healing,” Jessie tells The Forty-Five. “The toxic is still there a little, because I’m not perfect and I’m still working on things. But there’s an arc. I was gonna call it ‘Self’ originally, but then the more I thought about it, the more I was like, I’m gonna make it general. I’ve never made music for other people.”

“I’ve always made it for me. So how can I make it more intimate? And then I thought of what my loved ones call me, my family calls me, what my ex used to call me: Yessie. It’s sweet. It’s closer to me. It’s more intimate. That’s how Yessie came to be.”

Stream Yessie below.

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