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Rod Wave Reveals Why He Removed Himself Off Drake’s “Lemon Pepper Freestyle”

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Last month, Rod Wave released his new project SoulFly. While on a promotional run for his sophomore effort, the Florida rapper stopped by Apple Music’s The Plug Radio where he revealed that he almost appeared on Drake‘s “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” but scrapped it and now features Rick Ross.

“I was supposed to be on [‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’],” he said, “but I didn’t like how my verse came out. So I kind of scratched it.” Rod Wave continues, saying the opportunity to be on Drake’s record psyched him out. “I didn’t like how my voice came out and you know with a Drake feature, you don’t want to…” he said. “It’s like my first thing, it’s a big deal, have to come with it…I kind of had got cold feet, so kind of shook me up a little bit. So I was like don’t worry about it.”

Rod Wave’s SoulFly project features 19 tracks with a lone feature from Polo G. While recording the project, Rod Wave told The Plug Radio that while having clearance issues with the label, he reached out to Drake to clear track no. 13, “OMDB,” which sampled Drake‘s Take Care LP-cut, “Over My Dead Body.”

“I had to text Drake and ask him,” he said. “It be really blowing me. It don’t feel real. He like, ‘Yeah bro, I got you.'”

SoulFly is projected to sell 140k units and land on no.1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 charts next week.

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Tory Lanez Drops A Freestyle on Funk Flex Show

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After dropping his “Crocodile Teeth” freestyle last week, Tory Lanez returns with another freestyle with Hot 97’s Fun Flex. Taking on Cassidy‘s “I’m A Hustla,” Tory Lanez has seemingly decided to ruffle a couple of feathers in the process.

Did Tory do his due diligence?

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Coi Leray’s XXL Freestyle Causes a Frenzy

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On the latest XXL Freshman Cypher, we saw DDG, Lakeyah, and Morray kill their freestyles. However, when Coi Leray got on the mic, the rapper gave us a flow that fans weren’t expecting over Internet Money’s “Nick Mira,” while Morray decided to help with some ad-libs.

Karen Huger’s Wig💕 on Twitter: “I can’t keep defending Coi Leray if she keeps performing like this…. Idk about this XXL Cypher.🥴 I love her energy but her music is giving kids bop or early morning Disney with those noises & such….. pic.twitter.com/zAJGSrjZSr / Twitter”

I can’t keep defending Coi Leray if she keeps performing like this…. Idk about this XXL Cypher.🥴 I love her energy but her music is giving kids bop or early morning Disney with those noises & such….. pic.twitter.com/zAJGSrjZSr

Coi Leray responded to the criticism with “Come they said! It’ll be fun they said!” as well as “Trending topic trendsetter let’s talk about it.”

PRESSURE ⭐️ on Twitter: “Come they said! It’ll be fun they said! 😂😂😂🤞🏼💖 / Twitter”

Come they said! It’ll be fun they said! 😂😂😂🤞🏼💖

PRESSURE ⭐️ on Twitter: “Trending topic trend setter let’s talk about it 💫 / Twitter”

Trending topic trend setter let’s talk about it 💫

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Here’s Pop Smoke’s “Faith” Tracklist

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Update (7/15):

miixtapechiick.com on Twitter: “POP SMOKE #FAITH TRACKLIST https://t.co/nvPAOg4MiC pic.twitter.com/FoOw0ZwNmS / Twitter”

POP SMOKE #FAITH TRACKLIST https://t.co/nvPAOg4MiC pic.twitter.com/FoOw0ZwNmS

Original Post (7/14):

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Pop Smoke‘s sophomore posthumous release Faith would be dropping this week.

As part of the album rollout, fans were able to visit an interactive side of Pop Smoke’s official website where fans can scratch off digital lottery tickets that revealed each track title.

Set to feature 21 tracks, the forthcoming project will feature “Coupe,” “Genius,” “Merci Beaucoup,” and “Woo Baby,” as well as the previously-teased “Demeanor,” which features Bruno Mars.

It is unknown who will appear on the album, however, Cardi B is rumored to be on the project after sharing a screen recording on Twitter that showed she was listening to a record titled, “CB POP.” Following the tweet, streaming platform Tidal replied with “What is this Belcalis”

iamcardib on Twitter: “Yall glitter twinkle don’t get tired of creating and photoshopping shit just so you can spread it and argue over a lie you made ? Ya not tired of the same Deum narrative? It’s tired .EVERYBODY TIRED ! Go Douche pic.twitter.com/p56S3PPlCE / Twitter”

Yall glitter twinkle don’t get tired of creating and photoshopping shit just so you can spread it and argue over a lie you made ? Ya not tired of the same Deum narrative? It’s tired .EVERYBODY TIRED ! Go Douche pic.twitter.com/p56S3PPlCE

Faith drops Friday, July 15, a year after Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album release, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.

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