"Yal n---as is crazy," he tweeted in part. Offset’s not having it. After TMZ published a report Monday (Feb. 6) about alleged tension between Offset and Quavo at the 65th annual Grammy Awards over the tribute to Takeoff, the “54321” rapper shared a few words on Twitter.
If you’re skeptical about the prospect of Rihanna releasing an album anytime soon, you’re not alone. Just prior to her performance at the 2023 Super Bowl, the singer demurred when asked by the Associated Press about her follow-up to 2016’s Anti. “Super Bowl is one thing. New music is another thing,” Rihanna said when asked if her ninth studio album was finished. She is, however, acknowledging the longer-than-expected wait between projects in a new British Vogue interview, saying that no new Rihanna album in 2023 would be an absurd situation.
After releasing his critically acclaimed Let’s Start Here album, Lil Yachty has now turned his attention to his sunglasses brand, FUTUREMOOD. Promoting his emerging imprint, Lil Yachty launched FUTUREMOOD‘s “A Moody Conversation” by tapping Drake for a candid interview.
Dancehall singjay Sasique is on cloud nine after signing a deal with Payday Records for her 2019 single Kute & Neat, and has revealed that she’s already submitting tracks to the label for the eventual release of an EP or album under the deal. The Jamaican entertainer said that she put pen to paper last month at Nigel Jones & Company Law Firm in Kingston. For her, the deal is a catapult for the career that she has worked hard to establish.
Jamaican singers Vanessa Bling and D’Yani are giving lovebirds a sexy collab ahead of Valentine’s Day ribboned Soul Tied. The Damage Musiq production sees the crooners doting over each other in harmony and “best I’ve ever had” declarations. Though it’s officially slated for release on February 10 through distribution outfit ONErpm, the teaser is already exciting fans across social media. “My phone is blowing up, my DMs are full and I’m receiving so much love,” Bling told DancehallMag. “It’s definitely a hit song.”