Loonie and Abra are dropping a song together! Aside from preparing for his upcoming battle with Russian rapper Oxxxymiron, Loonie reveals another collaboration with co-rapper Abra. May bago kaming kanta ni Abra.— Loonie (@Loonieversal) June 5, 2019 We don't know if this new song is going to be a part of Loonie's upcoming album but one thing's for sure, this song is gonna be fire! The two rappers have done projects before so it's nice to know that they're releasing another one soon!


Future is here. The rapper is dropping a new project. SAVE Me, which is scheduled to drop on June 7, will be the follow-up to Future’s The WIZRD album, which dropped in January. The LP debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and landed eight songs on the Hot 100. Peep the cover art, title and release date below. View this post on Instagram Title: SAVE ME Artist: Future Hendrix Date of Release: June 7777777 A post shared by Future Hendrix (@future) on Jun 5, 2019 at 7:29am PDT FRIDAY. ????@1future #SAVEME EP pic.twitter.com/kFJYBt9hos— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) June 5, 2019 Future recently previewed a new track ton Instagram, which will presumably appear on his upcoming EP. Listen to the snippet below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Future Hendrix (@future) on Jun 3, 2019 at 2:04am PDT View this post on Instagram GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL. 7777777 A post shared by Future Hendrix (@future) on Jun 1, 2019 at 1:39pm PDT


Aubreezy is back with a new track! The superstars are set to reunite on their highly-anticipated collaboration “No Guidance.” Just a few weeks away from the arrival of Breezy's Indigo album, he is already hinting to fans that he and Drake are about to unleash the song of the summer! View this post on Instagram SUMMER TIME BOUT TO GET ALOT HOTTER! A post shared by CHRIS BROWN (@chrisbrownofficial) on Jun 5, 2019 at 4:06am PDT Songwriter Nija Charles shared her opinion on the song, “The Chris & Drake song is the song of the summer. Day parties, pool parties & rollerskating rink vibes.” The Chris & Drake song is the song of the summer. Day parties, pool parties & rollerskating rink vibes.— Nij (@amnija_) June 4, 2019 During his 30th birthday party last month, Chris previewed the track, which follows their previous collaborations including 2010’’s “Deuces (Remix)” and Nicki Minaj’s “Only” in 2014. Extended preview of Chris Brown and Drake’s new track together ???????????? #GotThatHipHop pic.twitter.com/2QkiURxKE5— OfficialGTHH (@OfficialGTHH) May 6, 2019 The collaboration has been a long time coming for the former rivals presumably stemming from their romantic connections to Rihanna. The two squashed their beef and reunited on stage during Drake’s “Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour” at Staples Center in Los Angeles last October. "No Guidance" is one of the 37 tracks on Chris Brown's new album, which will also include features from H.E.R., Justin Bieber, Lil Jon, Lil Wayne and the Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy collab, "Wobble." Indigo is slated to drop June 28.


8ONE led by Daiana Menezes from Brazil, Ryan Klos and Tommie King from Atlanta, USA, and King from Brooklyn, NY, is committed to defying normal cultural boundaries. The number 8 in the group name stands for infinity and they put the word ONE because they stand as one. Daiana, who thought about their group name, says "8ONE is easy to memorize and I want something with a number but I wanna write it." The group wants to bring something new to everyone. They're remixing everything, all the genres you can think about! Their style stems from Hip-Hop, R&B, mixed with African and Brazilian sound, and ventures into EDM, Future House, and more. Daiana also tackled about making music as her therapy and how did they decide to change the title of their song "Back To The Crib" from its original title "Therapy". "We were recording and having a good session, but you know what? If we do this all the time, I don't need therapy because if you guys know... I went through something. I had cancer. And I started doing therapy, and if I'm making music, I don't need therapy. That (music) is the cure." Daiana reveals. "And he was like (pointing to Tommie King), "Okay, I'll take you "Back to the Crib", Of course not me, he's talking about the girls that he likes..." "It was something that fit perfectly... and it's something I used to say back in high school..." Tommie King says. The group, which was formed in January, will be performing soon in Europe. 8ONE is also set to perform in one of the stages at a music festival with Cardi B, Migos and Future! Stream their newest single 'Low' below.


ENOS which means Even No One Sees shares his dreams and aspirations as a rap artist. "I'm going to be an artist, I'm going to be in radio stations, I'm going to be on charts, people will listen to me, they will be inspired on what I'm going to say, they will going to dance with my songs and somewhat right now, it's happening!" ENOS had three mixtapes before he got signed into a record label. "It's a law of attraction, if you say it's going to happen... it's going to happen." He collaborated with his good friends and co-rappers Yolab & Sonny Yo in "Isang Planeta". The three wrote it together as an awareness to people that are actually striving to get out of depression and drug addiction. "I'm concern about some friends who are having depression and drug abuse and this song literally for them." ENOS as he tackles the meaning of his song. "We want to give them an opportunity, they need love, acceptance.", he continues. WATCH their live performance of "Isang Planeta" below.


According to Forbes, Jay-Z is a billi, "making him one of only a handful of entertainers to become a billionaire — and the first hip-hop artist to do so." Forbes calculated Jay-Z's net worth by “looking at the artist’s stakes in companies like Armand de Brignac champagne — applying our customary discount to private firms — then added up his income, subtracting a healthy amount to account for a superstar lifestyle.” They then verified the numbers "with a roster of outside experts to ensure these estimates were fair and conservative." via GIPHY His music rights alone, Forbes says, are now collectively worth around $75m - with another $75m for his entertainment company, Roc Nation. As well as putting out music by the likes of Rihanna and J. Cole, it also works with athletes and makes films and TV shows. Alongside music, his fortune includes more than $410m (£300m) invested in alcohol companies and a roughly $70m stake in Uber. Then there's $100m for the streaming service Tidal - a rival to Apple Music and Spotify that he launched back in 2015. Sprawling business empire includes Armand de Brignac champagne ($310 million), cash and investments ($220 million), D’Ussé ($100 million), art collection ($70 million) and real estate ($50 million). The 22-time Grammy winner also launched his own brands, including the clothing label Rocawear, which was sold to Iconix for more than $200 million in 2007. Jay-Z, and his wife, Beyoncé, officially became a billion-dollar pair in 2017 with a combined net worth of more than $1.16 billion. Beyoncé has an individual net worth of more than $350 million, according to Forbes' calculations. The rapper who comes closest to Jay-Z is Diddy, with an estimated net worth of $825 million.
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