Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Did Benny The Butcher Bring Real Rap Back


Every since rapper Nas did the album Hip Hop Is Dead that's when you saw hip hop/rap became more dumbed down than ever with more lack of commercial raps on the media or on radio stations, at the time real rap was unheard of unless if you was really a hip hop head that was looking for rap on mixtapes or searching on YouTube. In 2010 an empire of hip hop has begun and that's with Griselda Records with artists like Westside Gunn, Conway The Machine and Benny The Butcher.
When you hear songs like Legend, Forever Ft Lil Wayne and Big Sean, Roy Jones Ft Dark Lo,
and Crown For Kings Ft Black Thought.

These songs are consider real hip hop in today's time with dope raps with content in the mix as more of the back in the days type of hip hop feel, now if you notice you got rappers now trying to say they can spit bars now or trying to be hip hop at this point. So the question people is asking have you notice the rap is back since Benny The Burcher brought real rap into the media well i would say real rap has been around but never was being played on the radio or having most views on sight until now you can get on YouTube or any platforms you would really see a lot of Griselda Records logo floating on now and now some rappers starting to learn flows and bars coming from the butcher himself. So if you looking towards to look for Benny The Butcher's music you can look him up on, search him on YouTube or at any media platforms.

Gucci Mane Stars in Beyoncé's Icy Park Campaign


The singer has tapped Gucci Mane to front Icy Park, the latest drop in her adidas x Ivy Park collection. The size-inclusive line features apparel, footwear, and accessories that combine “alpine-inspired elements with classic streetwear references,” according to WWD.

In the teaser video, Gucci keeps his face hidden while donning a wintery wardrobe including robe, metallic puffer jacket, and plenty of ice. The East Atlanta Santa also shows off his all-white Ivy Park drip and new Super Sleek Boot in a photo from the campaign. Bey continues the all-white theme while seated on a ski lift in her promo image.

Nicki Minaj on Why She Hasn't Collaborated With Kendrick Lamar


During the episode, the Queen revealed why she has yet to collaborate with King Kendrick. “The reason why I haven't collaborated with Kendrick Lamar yet is because he don't want to get washed,” joked Nicki.

She went on to express her admiration for the Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper. “I’m a big fan of him and his talent and I’m looking forward to collaborating with him one day hopefully because he’s animated and I like the animation. And also, he just respects the craft of rap and at this time right now…” she laughed before trailing off.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Philly Blocks (@PhillyBlocks) f/ Cino Fresh (@CinoFresh) - "Movie's"

The Louisville Slugger “ Philly Blocks “ Is back with another cinematic visual. This one is Fresh off his “ Mr. 17th EP ”, The Louisville, KY Boss Philly Blocks tag teams on this banger with his fellow Team 563 artist “ Cino Fresh “ to give fans a front row seat to the feature presentation to “ Movies “. So grab the 🍿 and something to sip on and enjoy the 🎞️🎟️. After your done head over to spinrilla and listen to the full project if you haven’t already ( ….

Seany (@SeanyOfficial) - "No Kizzy" Freestyle | Shot by @JbShotIt_

“Seany is back applying pressure and drops a video to his song ‘No Kizzy’. Be on the lookout for new content & follow @SeanyOfficial”.

Fresco Trey (@FrescoTrey) - "Feel Good"

Genre-bending Memphis rapper, Fresco Trey released the official video for “Feel Good” today - watch here. The JR Stickland-directed visual acts as an aspirational day-in-the-life with Trey, as he wakes up in his LA penthouse apartment and drives down the Sunset Strip with his muse, ending the day performing at a pool party with a view. 

In the video, Trey is living life like a modern-day King Midas. “I want the video to remind us to Feel Good and focus on the happy,” explains Trey on the new video. “How you choose to view things can make a huge difference when the chips are down.”

Lil Wayne Joins Jay-z In Cannabis Business


Weezy forayed into the cannabis business with his GKUA Ultra Premium brand in 2019, but will officially launch in Colorado on Wednesday (January 27).

“GKUA is about inspiring people, it’s about a feeling,” the New Orleans legend explained in a statement. “Now Colorado will get to experience the quality and potency of that GKUA.”

The first GKUA line of cannabis products originally launched in California in December of 2019. After landing in Michigan in 2020, they will now expand to their third state this week with Colorado set to open its doors to 32 different dispensaries across the state, which can be found using the Weezy Weed Finder.

“We are thrilled to bring GKUA Ultra Premium to our third state,” GKUA Inc. co-founder Beau Golob relayed. “Harmony is known for their incredible portfolio of cannabis products. They are the perfect partner for GKUA in Colorado. Their cultivators and expert lab teams know exactly what specific qualities, purity and potency are needed to produce GKUA products.

Jennifer Lopez Talks Therapy and How To Love Herself


Even though Jennifer Lopez has always projected confidence, she said it took her a while to find out what self-love truly is. While talking to Jay Shetty on Coach Conversations, J. Lo revealed how therapy helped her find herself in a way she never imagined.

"I remember when I was going through therapy, in the beginning, kind of in my late 30s, and there was a lot of talk about loving yourself," she said. "And I was like, 'I love myself.' But obviously, I was doing all these things, like my personal relationships didn't seem like I was loving myself."

"I didn't even understand the concept of it," the “All I Have” singer added. "It took time and it's a journey, and it's still a journey for me."

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