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Vershon drop the visuals for his single “Street Bun Off,” produced by Y.G.F Records.

The Quefa deejay host a house party from daylight to nightfall in the Damaniac Visualz-directed cut. The party started poolside with plenty females before moving in doors later in the night. “Mii pocket them heavy right now / Street a shell like a shelly rice now / The way some gal want fi get in a the link / If me say… Mi know them ready right now / Y.G.F have the semi right now / Any boy violate that a bury right now,” Vershon rhymes over a dancehall riddim.

Vershon has been having a great year in dancehall with a slew of new music adding to his growing catalog. He also made headlines during the summer for his beef with rival singer Jahmiel.

 


JAY-Z is one of those timeless rappers, he has fans ranging all ages, and on Monday night one young fan got a big shutout at his concert.

The rap legend was performing at his 4:44 Tour stop in Cleveland, Ohio, when he paused to acknowledge a 9-year-old girl rocking out to his music at the front of the audience. JAY-Z is himself a father of two girls so he has that protective instinct in him already. The rapper is also known for his commentary on social on political issues affecting us, so when he told this little girl that she will be president one day, it was no surprise.

“You can be anything that you want to be in the world,” Hov told his young fan who was delighted for the shout-out. “At this very moment, America is way more sexist than they are racist. But you, young lady, you got the potential to be the next president of the United States. You believe that.”

The part of his message about sexism made some fans a little uneasy since he was talking to a 9-year-old girl. But the point of his message way overshadow any little uneasiness that what he said may have caused. Watch the video below.

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JAY-Z's spontaneous conversation with a 9 year old girl:

"At this very moment America is way more sexist than they are racist, but you young lady, you got the potential to be the next president of the United States, you believe that." ?

?: @naptural_mae pic.twitter.com/YxLUWdCNSV

— JAY-Z Daily (@JAY_Z_Daily) November 20, 2017

 


Lil Uzi Vert is struggling to quit drugs following the untimely death of rapper Lil Peep.

Since his death from a drug overdose on November 15th, Lil Peep friends and fans have been speaking out against drugs in a movement that has been gaining traction on Twitter. Several celebrities including Wiz Khalifa has spoken out against some drugs including lean, aka sizzurp, that is popular in hip hop culture. Now Lil Uzi Vert is saying he wants to be drug-free but it’s posing a challenge for him and he is not shy about it.

“We Would love 2 stop,” Lil Uzi Vert wrote on Twitter. “But Do You Really Care Cause We Been On Xanax All F***ing Year. Rip Buddy I 100% Understand and I Don’t Fault U.” He then sent out a second tweet joking about having some withdrawal symptoms. “Sober 2 day I have been shaking,” he continues. “I have been cursing my love ones out and fighting. In the studio with no thoughts in my head. Teeth biting down because I just wanna be angry at something. Maybe I will just smoke weed tonight.”

Lil Peep, born Gustav Åhr, passed away last week Wednesday of an apparent drug overdose on Xanax. At the time of his death, Peep was in Tucson, Arizona for a concert as part of his tour promoting his new album. Sources say he has been battling anxiety and depression for years. His older brother says his death was an accident. The SoundCloud rapper was 21 at the time of his death.

We Would love 2 stop …..
But Do You Really Care Cause We Been On Xanax All Fucking Year ..????.

Rip Buddy I 100% Understand and I Don't Fault U ? ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;® pic.twitter.com/AYBvQCDcJy

— Uzi London ????® (@LILUZIVERT) November 16, 2017

Sober 2 day I have been shaking.

I have been cursing my love ones out and fighting

In the studio with no thoughts in my head

Teeth biting down because I just wanna be angry at something ……

maybe I will just smoke weed tonight ;;;;?®

— Uzi London ????® (@LILUZIVERT) November 17, 2017

 


John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen are expecting their second child.

The model announced that she is pregnant in a hilarious video posted on social media on Tuesday. The short clip features the couple’s first child Luna making the big revelation. “What’s in here?” Teigen asked the big sister to be, to which she responded saying, “baby.” In an effort to clear up any speculation, not that there would be any, Chrissy Teigen says the baby belongs to John Legend.

“It’s John’s!” she captioned the video. The R&B singer then shared the Instagram post on his Twitter page where he added some baby and hearts emojis. Legend then jokingly commented on her video saying, “Maury will have the final word on this.”

John and Teigen currently have a 19-month-old baby girl named Luna who came into the world in April 2016. Earlier this year, the Lip Sync Battle host announced that the couple’s next baby will be a boy. “Since this is coming up again, I said our next baby would be a boy because that is the embryo we have left. A boy. So. Yeah,” she wrote on Twitter.

Since this is coming up again, I said our next baby would be a boy because that is the embryo we have left. A boy. So. Yeah.

— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 30, 2017

#chrissyteigen is pregnant with baby ?? number 2 #ballerbaby #johnlegend

A post shared by Baller Alert (@balleralert) on Nov 21, 2017 at 1:37pm PST

 


PnB Rock is crediting Drake from bringing melody to rap music and fans are reacting.

Needless to say that hip hop fans aren’t buying it, but PnB insist that the 6 God is the OG for rap melodies. He made the claim during an interview with Montreality, where he conveniently forget all the other rappers who harmonized their rap songs like Lauryn Hill, Andre 3000, Ja Rule, Nelly, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, and many more. As a credit to PnB Rock, he did say Drake started it in his era.

“Drake n***a started that sh*t to me bro,” he said. “I don’t give a f**k what nobody say. I can’t say he started it, but in my era of time he started it. N***as was doing it before like Ja Rule did it. A lot of people was putting little melodies into they sh*t even back in the day. But he really made it to where as though you could rap and sing on some real sh*t at the same damn time.”

PnB Rock says he was in prison the first time he heard Drake rapping and singing melodies on his breakout hit “Best I Ever Had” in 2008, and his first thought was this is dope. “I remember when I first heard it, it was like 2008,” he said. “I was locked up… I was in placement [at] Vision Quest. “Best I Ever Had” came on the radio and I was like, ‘Bruh, who the f**k is this n***a, bruh?’ I’m like, this n***a is the most fire sh*t I ever heard.”

While Drake is a hugely talented artist who is great at blending rap and R&B, he is certainly not the pioneer of that musical art form. A lot of artists before him did it and did it well also.

Bro @drake & @pnbrock NEED TO MAKE FIRE TOGETHER ???? PLEASEEEEEEEEEE

— PAYTOOBEYME (@OnlyKES_) November 17, 2017

PNB ROCK IS HOT TRASH YALL ARE WEIRD

— HeartTakeDrake™ (@HeartTakeDrake) November 21, 2017

@pnbrock is the move.. Drake who?? ?????

— YUNG JEFF HARDY (@Amir_So_Fetch) November 21, 2017

@pnbrock drake did not bring melody back to hip hop it was Kanye. Research it smh.

— L (@KidAdidas26) November 18, 2017