Here are some of the new album releases this week! Snoop Dogg - "I Wanna Thank Me" The legendary rapper is appreciating himself with his 22-track
17th studio album titled I Wanna Thank Me, which got its name from
his speech at his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.
Hip hop artist Because has no chill. After less than a month of releasing his latest track "PNE", the rapper performs an unreleased track titled ESMI, which is a tagalog slang for wife, on-air.Watch his live radio performance below.#TheVibe891's Dino asked the rapper about his stand on Divorce Bill. "I believe that not every relationship works out. Kung nararanasan mo ngayon is getting abusive, hindi ka na masaya, pareho na kayong naglolokohan just to say you are happily married,
A collaboration we didn't know we needed!James Reid will be releasing a new song again under his own label Careless Music Manila. The Just Hush-assisted track will be out on August 16! "Love you in my system,Feel it in my bones"We might not know the title yet but sure this song is gonna be lit! Check out the snippet below.
album ‘So Much Fun’ (previously known as #GØ?DMØÜFDÖG) will be out on August
16, just in time for his 28th birthday! The rapper hit Instagram to show off the
album cover, which is an aerial shot of dozens of tiny Young Thugs forming an
image of his own face with the title mowed into the grass on the side.
Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' perfume is arriving on August 18 exclusively at Ulta Beauty. The singer described the scent like her if she went to the beach one time. via GIPHYThe Thank U, Next bottle features a pink glass container inside a white broken heart, which of course, was inspired by her heartbreaks.
FX network is
set to premiere a docuseries following Tupac Shakur and his mother Afeni, an
author, activist, and former member of the Black Panther Party. The five-episode
Outlaw: The Saga of Afeni and Tupac Shakur will be directed by Emmy-nominated
network’s press release, “Told through the eyes of the people who knew them
best, Outlaw is an intimate wide-angle portrait of the most inspiring and
dangerous mother-son duo in American history, whose unified message of freedom,
equality, persecution and justice are more relevant today than ever.” The
series will also c