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Watch the Replay of Soulja Boy vs. Bow Wow ‘VERZUZ’ Battle

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Saturday night, we saw a battle of the Millenials as Soulja Boy vs. Bow Wow took the VERZUZ stage to prove who had the 2000s on lock.

With DJ Carisma and DJ Jus on the turntables at The Venue in Los Angeles, Soulja Boy made it clear that he was the trendsetter for a lot of artists’ formulas whether it’s singing and rapping at the same time or garnering fame via Youtube and Myspace.

On the other hand, Bow Wow held down the early 2000s, being dubbed as Mr. 106 and Park, and even making the ladies go crazy during The Scream Tour concert series. Even during Soulja Boy’s reign, Bow Wow released his album The Price of Fame where he talked subliminally talked about his highly publicised relationship with Ciara on “Outta My System,” as well as his Chris Brown-assisted single, “Shortie Like Mine.” & his prior album, Wanted, which spawned the singles “Let Me Hold You” and the Ciara-assisted single, “Like You.”

Soulja Boy played hits like ‘She Make It Clap’, ‘Turn My Swag On’, ‘Kiss Me Thru The Phone’, ‘Pretty Boy Swag’, ‘Gucci Bandana’, ‘Let Me Get Em;’, ‘Donk’, ‘Crank That’, ‘LOL :)’ and more while Bow Wow responded with ‘Bounce with me’, ‘I’m a Flirt’, ‘Let’s Get Down’, ‘Girlfriend’, ‘Take ya Home’, ‘Fresh Azimiz’, and more.

Who took The Millineum crown?

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Vory Reveals Tracklist for New Album Featuring Kanye, Nav, Gunna, & More

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Currently signed to Meek Mill‘s Dreamchasers label, Vory had quite the run last year. With his appearances on three of ‘Ye’s DONDA tracks,  ‘God Breathed’, ‘Jonah’, and ‘No Child Left Behind,’ the Houston native is ready to drop a project of his own.

Though the title of the forthcoming effort has not been announced, Vory took to socials to unveil the official tracklist featuring contributions from Nav, Yung Bleu, Kanye West, Gunna, Landstrip Chip and more.

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Hit-Boy Back Working with Kanye West; Beef Is Over

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Hit-Boy Back Working with Kanye West

Back in November, HS87 producer Hit-Boy revealed on the Rory & Mal podcast that he and Kanye West had a falling out and West tried to have him blacked balled from the industry.

“I haven’t been a fan of Kanye on a personal/ human level since he told me face to face he stopped picking my beats because I worked with Beyoncé,” Hit-Boy told Rory and Mal. “This is after I produced n*ggas in Paris , clique, and a myriad of other songs / projects for him and his label GOOD Music in the 2 years I was signed with them.”

However, Hit-Boy revealed today that he is officially back to working with Ye, presumably for DONDA 2. The producer was seen in the studio with him and The Game and was given production credit on Ye’s latest release, ‘Eazy.’

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Aaliyah’s ‘Unstoppable’ Album To Feature Drake, Chris Brown, and More

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After dropping ‘Poison‘ featuring The Weeknd last month, Aaliyah’s uncle and Blackground founder, Barry Hankerson, revealed that the singer’s posthumous album, Unstoppable would be dropping this month.

Hankerson tells Billboard that the album will feature contributions from Ne-Yo, Drake, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown and Future, as well as production from Timbaland.

“The body of work is pure hip-hop and R&B,” Hankerson told Billboard. “I think it’s going to be big with urban and R&B stations. Some of the people that Aaliyah liked are on the album. She loved Snoop Dogg, who’s done a great record in collaboration with Future. They’re going in now to refreshen their vocals. Ne-Yo gave us an excellent song; also Drake.”

“Timbaland produced the track that Chris Brown did,” Hankerson continued. “It’s vintage R&B with strong vocals. I look for that one to also get a very special reaction from listeners. We’ll probably release one more single before the album comes out.”

Unstoppable will be the first album that will feature new music from Aaliyah in over 15 years.

“I think she would be very happy with the selections we made and the guests because the artists themselves made it known to us how much they wanted to work with her and be a part of her legacy,” said Hankerson. “And I pray that she is happy. Aaliyah would love hearing herself with the current stars of the industry that she cared so much about. And that’s all I wanted to do.”

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