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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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Angela Yee Announces Departure from The Breakfast Club

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On Tuesday night, Angela Yee took to social media with an announcement that The Breakfast Club we knew would be no longer. The cryptic tweet led fans to believe that it was the end of the road for the Power 105.1 show, however, Angela Yee took to the air this morning what was really going on.

The 12-year host announced that she was leaving The Breakfast Club and launching her own nationally syndicated radio show, Way Up With Angela Yee, on iHeartMedia.

“I’m overwhelmed with gratitude and excitement to have this once in a lifetime opportunity to create a brand-new show,” said Yee. “I appreciate everyone who has helped to make this happen at iHeartMedia, and most importantly, the listeners who are like family to me. It’s a bittersweet feeling to leave an iconic show like ‘The Breakfast Club,’ which we built from the ground up for 12 years, but we will forever be an extension of each other. I’m working hard and dedicated to making our new program exciting, thoughtful, provocative, and most importantly, a safe haven for even more of us to grow and learn while having fun. I’m ready for this new chapter!”

As to what’s next for The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy will still remain hosts. Angela Yee states she will also still continue her podcast, Lip Service.

Check out her official announcement below.

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Lil Wayne Announces He’s Working On New Album ‘Tha Carter VI’ At Young Money Reunion

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Last night, history was made at the Young Money reunion at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto.

As part of Drake‘s October World Weekend festival, the once-in-a-lifetime night which had been rescheduled as a result of Drake contracting COVID-19 featured a Young Money reunion with Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lil Wayne.

Drake and Nicki Minaj performed “Moment 4 Life” and “Up All Night” together, while Lil Wayne and Drake did “The Motto” and “Every Girl.” Young Money’s Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz and Mack Maine were also in attendance.

Before exiting the stage, Lil Wayne made the big announcement “I’m working on Tha Carter VI, coming soon.”

Check out the clips below.

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Meek Mill Announces He’s Releasing 10 New Mixtapes Starting September

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Earlier this month, Meek Mill made headlines after parting ways with Roc Nation management.

Though Meek says it’s all love, the news comes after his disgruntled tweets back in February towards Atlantic Records. According to the Dreamchasers rapper, Atlantic Records allegedly took Roddy Ricch away from him and prohibited him from releasing music until it had been nine months after his 2021 release, Expensive Pain.

Now nine months later, Meek Mill took to Twitter to announce he would be dropping 10 mixtapes independently starting September. With Aug. 18 marking the death anniversary of his father, Meek will reportedly start his mixtape campaign then.

“F*ck it ima take the risk … a million behind every project! All sponsors connected to me or my brand tap in immediately I need y’all for this riskkkk ima take! #NOMAJORLABELVIBES,” he wrote in an Instagram caption.

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