Jacquees connects with Lil Baby on his new single “Your Peace.”
The self-proclaimed “King of R&B” searches for Mrs. Right on the grown and sexy jam. “I’m just tryna find a woman that shines in the dark and the light / And I know she’s mine,” sings the Cash Money crooner. “I’m tryna live my life right / Won’t you be my peace?”
Meanwhile, Lil Baby buys his peace a grill (“Complainin’ ’bout her smile / I bought her teeth”), a chain, and three Benzes. “Relationship goals on ’em hoes, Jay and Bey,” raps the Quality Control signee.
Jacquees is now readying his new project Round 2, the follow-up to his 2018 debut 4275. Listen to “Your Peace” below.
The Toronto rapper returns with his sophomore album Bad Habits and he’s brought along a star-studded crew. Executive produced by The Weeknd, the project boasts big name collaborations with Meek Mill (“Tap”), Young Thug (“Tussin”), and his XO boss (“Price on My Head”). Additionally, the 16 tracks feature appearances from Gunna and Lil Durk.
Lil Uzi Vert was set to appear on a song called “Habits,” but it didn’t make the cut due to clearance issues. “Unfortunately DJ Drama and Don Cannon won’t clear his verse legally,” explainedNav. “I used to be a big fan of them since Gangsta Grillz mixtapes and always thought they support new artist. I guess its all about the $$$$ for them now!”
Bad Habits arrives nearly one year after Nav’s 2018 debut Reckless, which peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200.
On the introspective song, which he previewed earlier this week, Young Sinatra grapples with dark thoughts (“Maybe this bullet can help me to get away”) and the dangerous effects of social media (“When I can’t deal with the hate, I self-medicate”).
He also addresses the comparisons to his peers. “They always compare me to others and try to pit me up against all my brothers,” adds Logic. “‘You’ll never be Kenny / You’ll never be better than Drizzy and Cole / You’re losing your hair / You’re too fucking old.’”
While he admits that they’re “pullin’ me down,” he uses the hate as fuel and keeps persevering. “So I’ma turn that feeling into a sound and play it when nobody else is around,” raps Logic.
Watch the bloody video for “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” below.
Known for his smooth soul samples and steady drums, DJ Premier either worked with or influenced a majority of the more prominent and most respected names in Hip Hop. As Gang Starr, DJ Premier and Guru put out six studio albums; No More Mr. Nice Guy, Step in Arena, Daily Operation, Hard to Earn, Moment of Truth, and The Ownerz. Although the group never got any official critical acclaim or win any music awards, their influence can be heard almost anywhere Hip Hop is found.
DJ Premier is responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed tracks throughout Hip Hop history. In honor of his born day, below are some of his most popular songs that helped to define his career as a beat maker.
Going to court for child abuse is bad, but going to court drunk for child abuse can only make things worse.
Love And Hip Hop’s Tommie Lee decided to show up in court for her pending child abuse case while intoxicated last week in Georgia. The judge had Lee tested and the results proved that the reality star was at least twice over Georgia’s legal limit.
Lee was jailed and is currently being being held without bond.
She was already facing prison time for child cruelty for a October 2018 incident where she slammed her daughter’s head into a locker. She was charged with battery, aggravated assault, and child cruelty charges and was eventually freed on a $27,000 bond.