Crew mate Luther Campbell (formerly Luke Skywalker) posted about his loss. "My Condolence goes out to the family Chris Wong Won Fresh Kid Ice of the 2 Live Crew who just passed away people we lost a legend," he wrote.
Rick Ross, a Miami native, also weighed in on Wong Won's death. "Dam! Just got call we lost 2 Live crew legend Fresh Kid Ice this morning! RIP ," he wrote.
Fresh Kid's manager DJ Debo confirmed the rapper's death, but didn't provide the cause. Read morehere.
"It's not really duets, it's just highly collaborative," says Crow, speaking recently with Billboard. "I've just called on a bunch of people I've known forever who I'm friends with, and who I've sung with one way or another throughout the years…. I've been working on it for a couple of years, and eventually I will finish it and it will be out."
Crow went on to say she's especially relished the chance to work face-to-face with her various collaborators. "It's just unusual that you get that kind of opportunity where it's not just, 'Here, let's just email the track' and not get a chance to work on it together," she says. "I got to go to New York and hang out in the studio for two days with Keith Richards. Who lives like that? I am the luckiest person I can think of in the whole wide world. I am never not humbled by it." Read morehere.
"You got a fetish for my love," Gomez sings on the hook of the new track. "I push you out and you come right back, don't see a point in blaming you, if I were you, I'd do me too."
"You my fetish, I'm so with it, Gucci spits. "All these rumors bein' spread, might as well go 'head and whip it, 'cause they sayin' we already did it, call on Gucci if you ever need and I'll be South Beach in the drop top gleamin'." Watch the videohere.
"That day was one of the best writing sessions of my life," she wrote. "It was pure raw joy. I have never had such a wonderful and hilarious work day as I did that day. It was one of those days I'll remember forever, because it brought me back to why I wanted to ever start making music."
"It was such a beautiful experience to write such a strong female empowerment song with two men, Drew Pearson and Stephen Wrabel, because it reinforces how supportive men can be of women AND feminism," she added. Read more and watch the videohere.
Although the Houston rapper makes frequent appearances in the visual effects-heavy clip, the real stars of the video is a fire-breathing Lamborghini Huracan wrapped in gold metallic vinyl, a Suzuki dirtbike rider doing wheelies and a whole bunch of models stunting poolside.
This marks the second time he has collaborated with the directing duo, BRTHR. 'I like how they make my ideas come to life," Travis says. Scott recently joined Kendrick Lamar for their 20-city nationwide run on the DAMN. Tour. Watch the videohere.
At Thursday's (July 13) London premiere of the Christopher Nolan-directed film Dunkirk, Styles admitted he may put aside his acting hat. "I'd do this one again but it may be one and done," he's reported as saying.
The singer's role in the film has been praised by Nolan, famed director of The Dark Knight, Interstellar, and Inception, who was also the reason why Styles signed on for the part. "When I heard Chris [Nolan] was doing it, I was already excited to watch it, to be honest. I just wanted to be involved." Read morehere.
The new clip finds Francis in an underground rave with euphoric partygoers presumably doing drugs and having a great time. But things take a turn when the party is busted by DEA agents, with Francis in the middle of the action breaking bottles over heads.
"I've known Dillon forever and it's always fun working with him," says G-Eazy. "With this video, we wanted to do something out of the ordinary with a cinematic feel to it. I think the twist at the end really takes it to another level."
Be sure to watch through to the end credits where Francis delivers his best comedic lines. Watch the explicit videohere.
Now, the rapper is declaring the track to be the "most important" one he has ever written. He shared a press release from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline today (July 13), which speaks to the specific impacts the song had on the organization. In the song, Logic plays the roles of a suicidal individual, along with the response operator trying to help him.
According to the press release, the organization received its highest daily call volume in its history, receiving "over 4,573 calls that day" for an increase of 27% the average volume. Their Facebook page received 3x its usual amount of views and their website saw an increase of 100,000 visitors for the months of April and May. Read more and listen to the songhere.
Chance has been nominated for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for a Run-D.M.C. parody that he did on Saturday Night Live while Snoop Dogg is nominated for Outstanding Host For a Reality or Reality-Competition Program for his VH1 potluck dinner party with Martha Stewart.
White is up for a new category, Outstanding Music Direction, "It's been a record-breaking year for television," Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington said. "The Emmy Awards competition experienced a 15 percent increase in submissions for this year's initial nomination round of online voting." Read morehere.
"What you're seeing in regards to my relationship with 2Pac is not true," she told V-103's Ryan Cameron Morning Show with Wanda Smith and Jarard J Wednesday morning; reiterating what she said on social media the weekend All Eyez On Me hit theaters.
Those posts, the actress explained, were "important to me because my relationship was really special and it was very complicated, and I just felt like [the movie] was a huge disservice."
"My relationship with Pac would have shown people a true, what he truly was. Cause it's one thing to see Pac's persona, publicly, and who he was personally." Read morehere.
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