DaBaby is waxing candid about his losses following the homophobia scandal that erupted in the wake of his comments while performing at Rolling Loud

As extensively reported, the MC came under fire when chanting the following at the 2021 instalment of the festival:

“If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases, then put your cellphone lighter up.

Fellas, if you ain’t sucking d**k in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up.”

The aftermath saw the rapper dropped from many a live lineup and endorsement deals terminated. This, on heels of begrudged apologies and supposedly sincere do-overs weeks later.

Now, almost three years on, DaBaby is opening up about how the situation impacted his pockets.

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Lindsey Lomis has new music out.

The rising singer-songwriter has been making waves in the music world thanks to her unique brand of pop music and now she is getting candid about her creative process performing for Grammy.com, and more.

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Cardi B is clapping back at claims that she’s taking a break from music.

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It looks like Lady Gaga is cooking up new music!

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Diddy‘s woes may be set to worsen.

Because, fresh from Cassie filing a bombshell lawsuit alleging rape and years of sexual abuse, a new report claims the New York Police Department have an open criminal investigation against the star.

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Cassie sent shockwaves through the industry yesterday when she filed a lawsuit against Diddy alleging rape and years of physical abuse.

In the time since the news hit the wire, the Bad Boy mogul has been a trending topic with many weighing in.

As reported, Danity Kane stars Aubrey O’Day and Dawn Richard have reacted to the filing.

Now, ex DK member D. Woods has shared her take too.

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Tyla sent her growing fan base into a frenzy earlier this week with news her Hot 100 smash hit, ‘Water,’ would be remixed with a mystery guest.

Fielding guesses that included big names like Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj to Rihanna, Latto, Trevor Jackson, and others, on Friday (November 17) she finally lifted the lid on who the superstar co-star would be: Travis Scott.

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The competition got quite the fright Wednesday (November 15) when Drake announced the third installment of his ‘Scary Hours‘ EP series was due on digital shelves Friday (November 17).

Coming as the conceptual follow-up to 2021’s ‘Scary Hours 2,’ the surprise drop – while Drizzy claims he wrote and completed this week – comes just three weeks after he topped the chart with his last studio album, ‘For All the Dogs.’

Ahead of the ‘Scary Hours 3’ announcement, the 37-year-old made headlines for saying he would take a lengthy hiatus due to health issues.

Apparently, he’s changed his mind. Stream the new EP inside courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.


In news that definitely left Hip-Hop lovers stunned, Andre 3000 – who has not been attached to a new LP since Outkast‘s 2006 ‘Idlewild‘ – unexpectedly announced his debut solo album would drop on Friday (November 17).

Even more surprising is the fact the 87-minute project – titled ‘New Blue Sun’ – sees the legendary rapper (born Andre Benjamin) putting down the mic in place of flutes and digital wind instruments.

Showcasing his skills as a flautist, the 48-year-old’s mostly instrumental effort is supported by prized instrumentalists Deantoni Parks, Jesse Peterson, Diego Gaeta, Matthewdavid, V.C.R, Diego Gaeta, Mia Doi Todd, Carlos Niño, Surya Botofasina, Nate Mercereau, and others.

Stream it in full inside courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.


Days after learning their 11th studio album, ‘But Here We Are,’ and some of its content were nominated for Best Rock Song, Best Rock Performance, and Best Rock Album at the 2024 GRAMMYs, Foo Fighters are fighting to see the project’s housed cut, ‘The Glass,’ shine atop Billboard Rock charts again thanks to a little help from EGO winner H.E.R.

Just weeks after rocking ‘SNL‘ with a live version of the tune, the surprising duo of acts released their own versions of the cut for a double A-side single on Friday (November 17).

“Waiting for this storm to pass / Waiting on this side of the glass / But I see my reflection in you / See your reflection in me,” the veteran rockers wail on the updated track.

The original incarnation had already peaked at #5 on Billboard’s Hard Rock hitlist, but could the reinterpreted rendition by H.E.R. be just what’s needed to push it even higher?

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After finding herself located inside the top 20 of Billboard’s R&B charts for the second time in her career with the 2022-released ‘Age/Sex/Location‘ album (bolstered by the chart-topping single ‘Pressure‘), Ari Lennox is looking to repeat the feat with the highly anticipated ‘A/S/L’ follow-up era.

Kicked off by ‘Get Close’ (released November 17), the romantic new single sees the songstress reinforce the age-old notion that ‘opposites attract’ while she croons for her love interest’s affection.

“You like Tupac, I like Janet / So damn stubborn, I won’t have it / I laugh at it, boobies grab it / Take a road trip, screw the planning,” she sings.

Ahead of official news about her forthcoming third studio album, hop inside to get acquainted with ‘Close.’


‘Southern Hospitality’ hitmaker Ludacris is showing everything but that in the trailer for Disney+ film ‘Dashing Through the Snow.’

Portraying a Scrooge-like character (“Eddie”) who hates the holidays due to a traumatic childhood experience, it takes a visit from St. Nick himself (played by comic-actor Lil Rel Howery) to turn the tide.

Also starring Teyonah Parris, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Gina Brillon, Sebstastian Sozzi, Madison Skye Validum, Oscar Nuñez, Ravi V. Patel,  Kevin Connolly, and Zulay Henao, ‘Dashing’ dashes to the streamer on November 17.

Ahead of its premiere, see the official trailer of the Tim Story-directed flick.