The extra length is to due to an extra verse: "Heard they say I talk about my Rollie too much, but them flows you be using sounding stolen too much, 500 on my neck, they say I'm glowin' too much, had to block that lil' b—- 'cuz she be blowing me up, you be doing too much, you only looking for attention, swagger jacking, jackin' n—– swag, that's extensions, came in the culture like a vulture, now you're winnin', but this is the beginning, double M the emblem."
Some fans interpret the verse as a response to Drake's More Life track "Lose You," on which Drizzy rapped: "All you did was write the book on garbage-ass Rollies," which many felt was a barb aimed at Mill. Listen to the new version of "1942 Flows"here.
To continue the network's use of non-gendered categories from the MTV Movie & TV Awards, MTV revealed the former "Best Female" and "Best Male" video categories have been combined for "Artist of the Year."
A new category "Best Fight Against the System" has also been included. The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards will air live on Sunday, August 27 AT 8:00 pm ET/PT. See the full list of nomineeshere.
Mayer posted two tweets addressing the issue. Be began, "When someone pulls remaining dates of a tour, it means they would have done real damage to themselves if they kept going
He went on to added in the second post, "We've lost so many great artists lately. I give Justin [credit] for realizing it was time to call it. You should too." View Mayer's full tweetshere.
It was Fifth Harmony's first appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and before their performance, the host announced that their new album will be self-titled and will drop on August 25.
The album will be the follow-up to 2016's 7/27 and the group's first music since the quartet — Dinah Jane, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke group — parted ways with Camila Cabello in December 2016. Watch Fifth Harmony perform "Down" with Gucci Manehere.
It's unclear when the track was recorded but the song features Prodigy in top form. At the BET Awards last month, Prodigy's Mobb Deep partner Havoc shared a tribute:
"For over 20 years, he and I went through it all, and seen it all. "I'm going to miss my dude. This loss is painful. But the lyrical legacy he left us will impact the culture forever. Rest in peace, Prodigy. My brother." Listen to "What You Think"here.
The estate claims that accounting errors did cause Jones to be shorted, but he's actually only owed about $392,000 as opposed to the $30 million he's suing for.
The legal battle centers around disputed record royalties from the late pop star's blockbuster solo studio albums "Off the Wall", "Thriller" and "Bad," which Jones worked on. Read morehere.
Once again working with Director Steve, the band's video follows a romance from the beginning to the happy ending from a street-level camera view, focusing on the couple's shoes.
Lead singer Matthew Ramsey and his bandmates are the only faces that are featured in the creative new music video clip. Watch the "Shoe Shopping" videohere.
Urban headlined the Great Jones County Fair in Monticello, Iowa, this weekend, with his special guest, Ballard, where he played a two-hour long set after Ballard opened for the enthusiastic crowd.
Urban posted a video of the set on social media, praised Ballard by writing, "Trading licks AND rides with @FrankieBallard – dude's a bad ass!!!" Watch the videohere.
In the new promotion video clip, Michaels and a love interest share a tender moment in a living room before the singer starts into her rambunctious pop song. "'Uh Huh' is about wanting the person you want to make the move," Michaels told Billboard.
"He hasn't yet, so you're like, 'S—, should I just do it myself?' You don't know how he feels though. It's this weird tension. When that move does happen, it's the most magical and pure feeling in the world. That's something we can all relate to." Watch the videohere.
Fonsi usually applauds covers of the track, but drew the line Monday (July 24). He condemned Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro use of "Despacito" at a rally this past weekend to promote his upcoming referendum, a political move opponents claim will destroy the last semblances of democracy in the country, according to CNN.
Maduro's version of the track featured a similar rhythm and chorus to the original version, but the lyrics were changed to support his cause. Taking to social media, Fonsi wrote, "My music is for all those who want to listen to it and enjoy it, (but it's) not to be used as propaganda that intends to manipulate the will of a people that's crying out for liberty and a better future." Yankee also expressed his outrage of the song's use. Check out the postshere.
The new music video is for their 2017 hit "RAF," which features A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert and Frank Ocean. In the video, Rocky, Carti and Quavo model limited edition pieces from designer Raf Simmons' archives.
The tour kicks off Sept. 23 in Lowell, Massachusetts, eventually wrapping up Nov. 3 in Broomfield, Colorado. Playboi Carti, Key! and Cozy Boys will appear for select dates on tour. See the dates and watch the videohere.
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