In a recent interview that sparked curiosity among fans, Billy Garland, Tupac's biological father, opened up about his thoughts on Hulu docuseries focusing on his son. Garland revealed to The Art Of Dialogue that he initially turned down an interview for the documentary. However, director Allen Hughes managed to convince him to participate. To Garland's surprise, the footage from the interview ended up being used in the series titled "Dear Mama: The Saga of Afeni & Tupac Shakur", leaving him disappointed.
Exciting news for fans of the renowned artist Lil Uzi Vert! The highly anticipated album, titled "The Pink Tape," is finally set to grace our ears this month. The artist himself made this thrilling revelation during an appearance at the illustrious 2023 Roots Picnic, where he turned heads with his signature vibrant purple dreadlocks. When the eager crowd inquired about the album's release date, Lil Uzi Vert tantalizingly replied, "End of the month." Although the exact day remains a well-kept secret, his enigmatic response only amplifies the anticipation surrounding this musical masterpiece.
$200 million is an astonishing amount to just about everybody in the world, but if you're Jay-Z and Beyoncé, you can afford to drop it all at once ... and still be one of the richest couples on the planet. Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ the two paid $200 million CASH for the 30,000-square-foot Malibu mansion purchased from William Bell, one of the biggest art collectors in the world. The figure is mind-boggling but if you look at the couple's financial portfolio, they've certainly got the assets to make it work.
J. Cole confirms that his forthcoming album, “The Fall Off,” will be released through the Summer Walker Collaboration.
The Fall Off, which has been much anticipated, will be the next album from J. Cole. On "To Summer, From Cole," the first track from Summer Walker's new Clear 2: Soft Life EP, which was released on Friday (May 19), the Dreamville don made the announcement.
The release date for Coi Leray's latest album, COI, is set for June 23. The upcoming album will feature her versatility over 15 new songs, expertly fusing her flow, vocals, and a variety of musical genres, from rap to reggae, pop to dance. Leray is working on a new album with David Guetta, Saucy Santana, Giggs, Lola Brooke, and Skillibeng.
A surprising remix of Beyoncé's song "America Has a Problem" featuring Kendrick Lamar has been released. The song was published on Friday, May 19, by the artist, who is presently performing in the UK as part of her Renaissance world tour.
Juice WRLD’s legacy continues. At midnight on Friday, the late rapper’s estate came through with the fifth-anniversary edition of Goodbye & Good Riddance, the late rapper’s multi-platinum debut album that included hits, like “Lucid Dreams,” “Wasted,” Lean wit Me,” and “All Girls Are the Same.” Just like the three-year anniversary version, this effort is expanded with two new tracks: “No Good” with contributions by Rvssian and Lil Bibby, as well as “Glo’d Up” co-produced by Bibby, Take a Daytrip, and Russ Chell.
Soulja Boy is a fan of Ice Spice. He brought up the Bronx native during a recent interview with Bootleg Kev. The host asked Soulja who his favorite artists are at the moment, and the rapper brought up Ice Spice. He also claimed he was “talking” to her before her star skyrocketed. “I like Ice Spice, I ain’t gonna cap,” Soulja said. “They gonna be like, ‘He picked a girl,’ but yeah, she new, she popping, I like what she doing. On gang, I found out about her before she got popping off.”
Sports Illustrated is facing serious backlash after featuring trans pop star Kim Petras on the cover of their swimsuit issue. Sports Illustrated clearly sought to ingratiate itself with the radical left when they put trans pop star Kim Petras on their swimsuit cover.
After wrapping up the North American portion of her “age/sex/location Tour” back in March, Ari Lennox headed overseas last Saturday (May 13) to kick off the extended European leg. Last night (May 16), during her sold-out concert in London, England, she was surprised with a guest appearance from Dreamville head honcho J. Cole.