Memorial Day Weekend is near but that’s not slowing down Jonny Fastlane. The hip-hop personality weighs in on Max B‘s new music, Big Sean having words for the man responsible for taking down Nipsey Hussle and 21 Savage speaks on Kodak Black‘s legal nightmare.
New York rapper 50 Cent is ready to bet the house on his highly-anticipated “Power” series. The hip-hop veteran has trolled “Game of Thrones” fans with everyone’s favorite STARZ show nearing its final run.
Fif went to Instagram Thursday and didn’t hold back promising GOT fans would be blown away by what his show delivers this August.
Hours prior, Fif trolled “Game of Thrones” over its recent and now-infamous coffee scene blunder.
Fresh off his fantastic sophomore album Mihajlo, Detroit MCValid has dropped off the music video for the track “Street Boy”. Produced by UltraBlazin’, the song has an autobiographical tone in the lyrics as he raps as a child, an adolescent & the man he is today.
Detroit MCAli Cashius Jr. is back with a brand new single entitled “Alone in This World”. Not only are the lyrics very personal, but it actually started as a Instagram challenge from his followers to give him topics to freestyle about. However it came out so great, that he had to level up on it.
Young L3x is an independent artist hailing from Massachusetts known for the combination of rap, hip hop and pop genres that is accompanied by story-telling lyrics and catchy melodies.
After independently dropping more than 80 records to date, garnering more than 22M streams; he’s back with his newest release, “Wavey Like You.” The new single effortlessly leads you to catch a feel-good summer vibe; making the urge to press repeat irresistible.
“Wavey Like You” is out now and available on all streaming platforms.
Lori Lightfoot officially became Chicago’s first black female and openly gay mayor on Monday. She immediately laid out a four-point plan for safety, education, stability and integrity during her 40-minute inauguration speech. “I’m looking ahead to a city of safe streets and strong schools for every child, regardless of neighborhood or ZIP code,” Lightfoot said. “A city where people want to grow old and not flee. A city of sanctuary against fear where no one must hide in the shadows. A city that is affordable for families and seniors, and where every job pays a living wage. A city of fairness and hope and prosperity for the many, not just for the few, a city that holds equity and inclusion as our guiding principles.” (NPR)