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Megan Thee Stallion – ‘Girls In The Hood’

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Getting her first no.1 last month with the remix to her Suga EP single, “Savage” featuring Beyonce, Megan Thee Stallion shows no signs of stopping.

Just in time for the summer, the H-town rapper treats to a new record titled, ‘Girls In The Hood,’ where she samples Eazy E’s 1987-single, “Boyz-N-Da-Hood.”

There’s no word on whether this will appear on Megan Thee Stallion’s forthcoming project, but in the meantime, stream the track below.

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Moneybagg Yo Taps on Jhené Aiko for ‘One of Dem Nights’ Visual

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Just a few weeks after releasing the official remix of ‘Wockesha’ featuring Lil Wayne and Ashanti, Moneybagg Yo returns with the official video of his Jhené Aiko-assisted record, ‘One of Dem Nights.’

“It’s like one of my favorites for sure,” Moneybagg told Apple Music. “Every morning I get up or when I’m trying to relax my mind I play Jhené, Summer Walker, and stuff like that…You have to step outside of what you’re doing a lot of times and just get yourself right.”

“One of Dem Nights” is featured on Moneybagg Yo’s latest album, A Gangsta’s Pain.

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Black man arrested by Boston Police during stroke to receive $1.3 million

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Al Copeland, a Black man who was arrested while suffering from a stroke in his vehicle was awarded a $1.3 million settlement after being wrongfully accused of being drunk, back in 2019.

According to records, Copeland was driving on Mass Ave and began to feel nauseous. He decided to park at the Berklee School of Music, where he sat in his vehicle unconscious for almost two hours. Two Boston police officers found Copeland and arrested him, claiming the now 62-year-old smelled like alcohol.

However, what officers did not know was that Copeland had been practicing sobriety for 20 years and was actually suffering a stroke. When he was taken to the police station, Copeland reportedly struggled to stand and subsequently ended up falling and hitting his head before throwing up. Copeland was taken to Tufts Medical Center where medical professionals also thought he was drunk.

After several hours in the emergency room, doctors determined Copeland was suffering from a stroke which ruled out the cops’ accusations of the 62-year-old being drunk. The stroke resulted in Copeland behind hospitalized for weeks which was followed by him being unable to complete certain daily tasks and ultimately resulted in him having to resign from his job at the MBTA.

The City of Boston launched an internal investigation after being contacted by Copeland’s lawyer, George Leontire. However, the officers weren’t cited for treating Al like he was drunk, but for being negligent in their lack of response when he hit his head on the cell wall.

Copeland received a $1.3 million settlement, but neither the officers nor the City of Boston has been charged in the incident; they quietly dealt with it and dismiss the event.

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Summer Walker Announces Sophomore Album ‘Still Over It’

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Earlier this week, Summer Walker released the trailer to her forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Still Over It.’

Announcing the album name on the two-year anniversary of her debut album, ‘Over It,’ Walker used the official trailer to announce her first single off the project titled, ‘Ex for a Reason’ featuring JT of the City Girls.

Walker also revealed two more singles off the album that are titled ‘Bitter’ and ‘Ciara’s Prayer’.

Watch the official trailer for ‘Still Over It’ above. The album is scheduled to release November 5.

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