T.I. Releases New Video Addressing Sexual Assault Allegations (@Tip)

Over the past few months Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., better known by his stage names T.I., has been on the receiving end of multiple allegations of sexual assault against him and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris.

In May he addressed the claims in a new single titled What It’s Come To. He followed up a few days ago (June 7th) by sharing the visuals for the record, which have been getting a lot of support from his fans. They all seem to believe that he performs better when his back is against the wall.

Click here or on the image above to watch the official video for What It’s Come To and remember to like, comment and share.

Black Eyed Peas To Do First Live Event Since The Pandemic, This Friday (@bep)

This Friday, June 11th, Black Eyed Peas will perform at the Bayfront Amphitheater in Miami in front of a live audience. Using the latest multi-camera 4K HDR technology, the event will be produced into an exclusive streaming concert experience, that will broadcast worldwide on both the 11th and 12th.

The concert will not only feature the Black Eyed Peas’ original members: will.i.am, Taboo, and apl.de.ap, but will also have some unique surprises that fans will not want to miss. Click here for tickets and additional information.

Lloyd Banks From The G-Unit Returns With New Album (@Lloydbanks)

Lloyd Banks‘ brand new eighteen-track album, The Course of the Inevitable, is out now! The record, which is on the Money By Any Means label, features Benny the Butcher, Styles P, Freddie Gibbs, Roc Marciano, Vado and Sy Ari Da Kid.

Producers who have worked on this project include: CartuneBeatz, Nothing But M’s, Tha Jerm, Encornelious, Rxnway, iLLATracks, The Olympicks, Motif Alumni, Alphabetic, Magnetic, Mr. Authentic, Dual Output, Fruition Beats, 2wo 4our, Chase N. Cashe and Phill Jvckson.

Click here to stream and download The Course of the Inevitable from your preferred music platform.

King Jazzy Introduces Jamaica To His Version Of Trap Music (@kingjazzyBee @bridgewayartist)

Trap music, the subgenre of hip-hop which was originated in the Southern United States in the nineties, is usually all about gangs and drugs. That is until recording artist King Jazzy, who is active in the reggae / dancehall industry, released his now trending single Trap Betty Baby.

Having grown up in two countries and multiple cities: Harlem and Miami, as well as the Caribbean island of Jamaica, Jazzy approaches trap music from a unique perspective. As oppose to doing what is normally done, he made a love song on a trap beat by blending genuine romance with the realities of street life. The combination resulted in another form of the genre that he and his team are now calling Trap Love.

As a part of the worldwide promo campaign for Trap Betty BabyJazzy introduced the record to Jamaican radio DJs, who all seem to be gravitating towards it. As such, it has been added to the playlists of several known selectors, who are describing the track as laidback, smooth and sexy. 

Trap Betty Baby was produced by King Jazzy and was released on the Electric Sticky imprint at the beginning of April. 


DMX’s “Exodus” Is Now Available On All Music Platforms (@DMX @THEREALSWIZZZ)

On May 28th, Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings Inc., released Exodus, the posthumous album from DMX. It has thirteen tracks: two skits, a prayer and a lot of features. Artists presented on Exodus are: The Lox, Swizz Beatz, Jay-Z, Nas, Lil Wayne, Moneybagg Yo, Alicia Keys, Bono, Cross, Infrared, Ice Pick, Westside Gunn, Benny the Butcher, Conway the Machine, Snoop Dogg, Exodus Simmons, Denaun, Usher and Brian King Joseph.

Listening to most of the songs on this project made me think that X knew he was going to die, and as such, he was delivering his final sermon to his congregation. The most captivating tune and the one that I have on repeat is Skycrapers, track number-six; a collaboration done with Bono, who truly blessed it. “I just wanna be heard / f*ck the fame / my words will live forever / f*ck my name.” that’s a quote from Skycrapers.

Click here to stream and download Exodus from your preferred music platform.

Have You Seen The New Visuals From Th1rt3en? (@ChannelTh1rt3en @pharoahemonch)

The official video for Kill Kill Kill, a track featured on Th1rt3en‘s A Magnificent Day For an Exorcism album, was released a few days ago. The visuals, though fully animated, tells a powerful story.

Joe Read, the director, alongside Pharoahe Monch, seems to be highlighting the fact that a lot of us are wearing a mask most of the time; and when we do, we become lesser than our better selves. Click here or on the image above to check it out and remember to like, comment and share.

The 2021 BET Awards Will Be Held On June 27th In L.A.

As the covid-19 numbers continue to decrease in the United States, the organizers of the 2021 BET Awards have announced that the show will be live and in-person. It will take place on Sunday, June 27th, at the Microsoft Theater (located at 777 Chick Hearn Ct) in Los Angeles, California.

That being said, they’re actively encouraging everyone that will be attending to ensure that they get vaccinated before the event.