Soulja Boy is back on most people’s radar thanks to his recent rants. The most sensational of his claims were targeted at two heavily-celebrated artists, Kanye West and Drake. After airing out his grievances on The Breakfast Club, the “Crank Dat” rapper offered more context to his discontentment.
It’s rather unusual, to say the least: a weekend drop at little to no cost. It’s taken Desiigner thiiiis long to find some common ground with Dave East, the self-professed “only rookie” in the game “with veteran ways.” Besides the obvious remedial qualities that East’s possesses as a featured artist, Desiigner actually holds his own – and why shouldn’t he?
Skrillex is weighing in on the whole R. Kelly ordeal. Not because he’s invested in the situation, of course, but because TMZ hit him up to get his thoughts.
Mariah Carey has made some iconic remarks concerning many concepts and even people by disregarding their existence. The elusive chanteuse apparently doesn’t acknowledge time either. While she partook in the 10 year challenge, Carey made a point about her timelessness. She uploaded a photoset of two identical pictures of herself with her puppy. The shots of the bikini-clad songstress are captioned to explain her stance: “I don’t get this 10 year challenge, time is not something I acknowledge. *Picture taken at some point prior to today.” View her upload after the jump.
Unfortunately for frat-rapper-turned-hip-hop-icon Mac Miller, life really does imitate art. Disarmingly transparent about his longstanding battle with addiction and substance abuse, Miller often exorcized his inner demons on wax by spitting bars about finding solace in the bottom of a bottle. On the track “Brand Name” off of Miller’s 2015 album GO:OD AM, the Pittsburgh-bred rapper eerily references his desire to not join the ranks of other artists who tragically died at age 27.
New Weird South America “started half as a joke,” says Guillermo M. Cerredo.