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Summer Walker Announces New Project ‘CLEAR 2: SOFT LIFE EP’ At Dreamville Festival

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During her set at J. Cole’s second annual Dreamville Festival, Summer Walker anounced her brand new project, Clear 2: Soft Life EP.

Dropping on Friday, May 19, the project will serve as the sequel to the Atlanta songstress’ 2019 release, CLEAR, which featured four tracks and served as the prelude to Summer’s platinum album, Over It. 

Last year, Summer released a sped up version of her 2018 project Last Day of Summer following the TikTok success of “Karma,” which saw spikes in streams after fans sped up the original version at the start of 2022.

Clear 2: Soft Life EP is now available for preorder on summerwalkermusic.com

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Meek Mill Calls Out Wale for Taking Picture with Dean Stay Ready

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Meek Mill took to social media to call out former MMG labelmate Wale after he was seen taking a picture with the Dreamchasers‘ rapper’s former best friend, Dean Stay Ready.

“Wale never liked me,” he wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter). “Now I’ma treat him like the streets every time I see him … I gave him 1000 chances, these guys be thinking they’re linking with the enemy, clown-ass nigga I wish I would’ve known the other day, I would’ve stretched you!”

Wale responded, stating he didn’t think taking a picture with Dean would be this serious. “When you get in other people’s unserious drama in this industry, 90% of the time they be back friends… eventually,” he wrote. “And then you look silly… in the end… so I love minding my business. If a photo can create such vitriol, one has to ask himself some questions. Happy Monday.”

Meek had more responses for Wale: “I ignored this because if this was true you would be in danger … but now I see you around guys that’s on full Meek campaigns, I get you… I wouldn’t have dated you and made you uncomfortable around my family the other day! That’s why you tried to post Mike but hate me lol.”

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City Girls’ JT and Yung Miami Go Back & Forth on Social Media

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April has been quite the month in rap, with multiple beefs and back-and-forths occurring both in person and on social media. Earlier today, City Girls artists Yung Miami and JT engaged in a back-and-forth on X (formerly known as Twitter) after Yung Miami accused JT of sneak dissing for weeks on the platform, as well as in her songs “No Bars” and “Sideways.”

Yung Miami wrote, “A bitch been sneak dissing me for weeks and I ain’t say shit what a bitch mad at me fa” JT replied, “Oh, Ms. Mama, this your LAST day playing dumb!”



Yung Miami continued, “For you to come on here and try to play the victim is crazy! Jatavia, you been sneak dissing me for the LAST COUPLE OF DAYS!!! I haven’t said shit to you! You made two whole songs dissing me, and I still rapped your sh-t with my chest and showed love. So what’s the real problem here?”

“Girl, the internet already told you which songs were about you,” said JT. The one saying ‘it’s city girl shit even when it ain’t city girl shit’ that was released under City Girls or the one that says ‘riding solo but I’m still in a group’? Get your phone back from whoever this is, baby, don’t play.”

Back in October, City Girls released their third studio album, ‘RAW (Real Ass Whores)’. Supported by their previously released singles, including “Good Love” featuring Usher, “Pinata,” “I Need a Thug,” and JT’s solo freestyle, “No Bars,” ‘RAW’ featured contributions from Muni Long, Lil Durk, and Kim Petras. The album serves as a follow-up to City Girls’ 2020 project, ‘City on Lock.’ The previous project was itself a sequel to their 2018 debut album, ‘Girl Code,’ and gained acclaim, supported by hit singles like “Jobs” and “Pussy Talk,” featuring Doja Cat.

The two have since embarked on their solo careers, with JT recently releasing “Sideways,” and Yung Miami releasing “50/50 Freestyle.” She is set to release her next single “CFWM” with Skilla Baby on Friday, April 12th.

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J. Cole Issues Apology Over Kendrick Lamar Diss

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On Sunday, April 9th, J. Cole headlined the last night of his fourth annual Dreamville Festival in front of a crowd of 52,000 people in Raleigh, North Carolina. Opening the show with “Crocodile Tears,” the event took an unexpected turn when Cole began a monologue, revealing his thoughts on dissing Kendrick Lamar in “7 Minute Drill.”

The record, a last-minute addition to his Friday release, “Might Delete Later,” was a response to Kendrick’s verse on Future & Metro Boomin‘s “We Don’t Trust You” LP cut, “Like That.” J. Cole stated that his response was “lame” and that he had been unable to sleep comfortably. After acknowledging Kendrick’s talent, he informed his manager, Ib, that he would also be removing the record from streaming services.

“I just want to come up here and publicly be like, bruh, that was the lamest, goofiest shit. I say all that to say it made me feel like 10 years ago when I was moving incorrectly. And I pray that God will line me back up on my purpose and on my path. I pray that my n-gga really didn’t feel no way and if he did, my n-gga, I got my chin out. Take your best shot. I’ma take that shit on the chin, boy. Do what you do.”

He continued with “And I pray that y’all forgive a n-gga for the misstep and I can get back to my true path. Because I ain’t gonna lie to y’all, the past two days felt terrible. It let me know how good I’ve been sleeping for the past 10 years.”

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