You thought the summer would go on without some new music from Quality Control? CEO of the powerhouse collective, Pee, hit Instagram and let fans know that Control The Streets Volume 2 is on the way and dropped off the cover.
The second installment of the Control The Streets series is set to hit the streets on August 16, but the first release to come from the new release will bring City Girls and Saweetie together for the new track “Come On.”
The cover shows various private jets in a QC hanger, likely one for each artist on the label. Check out the cover and be sure to take a listen to “Baby” from Lil Baby and DaBaby and “Come On” from City Girls and Saweetie below.
The Georgia gun charges levied against Offset have been dropped, however, that may be to make room for potential results of a larger investigation.
The Clayton County District Attorney’s office reveals the standing charges against the “Father of 4” rapper were dismissed but are making way for the U.S. Attorney’s Office. The federal authorities are currently conducting an investigation, which now is said to be the reason he was originally pulled over.
TMZ states court documents detail by taking Offset to court for the gun possession, it would give up the information that was in the larger investigation. The case “would alert other potential future parties to the investigation and evidence that may support federal charges against said parties.”
Back in April, Offset was charged with felony gun possession from the arrest in the summer of 2018. He was pulled over by recommendation of ATF agents for any probable cause.
Migos’ Quavo is all about his love for the game. The hip-hop superstar has acknowledged today’s free agency frenzy going down and playfully imagined himself signing a max contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.