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Kodak Black is dropping some hints that he is engaged to girlfriend Cuban Doll.
The Pompano Beach rapper posted a video of himself and his Cuban Doll goofing around about being engaged except in the end she said that she is married to the money. Kodak tossed a large stack of cash on the ground and took off one of his expensive rings and gave to her. Just a few days ago the “Tunnel Vision” rapper hinted on Instagram that he is ready to settle down.
“I want to wife someone up this is my goal right now,” he said. Kodak Black has been trying to stay out of trouble over the last few months after getting some jail time earlier this year for probation violation. He also has some pending legal hurdles that he has to clear before he is able to live a normal life. In October, he was indicted for first degree criminal sexual conduct and faces up to 30 years in prison if he is convicted.
Watch the video below and stay tune for Kodak Black’s wedding plans.
I-Octane link up with Emudio Records for his latest single “New Face.”
The single features the dancehall singjay showing off his lyrical prowess over an infectious beat. “Wa in a mi pocket new face cool face / Fresher than a colgate toothpaste / Style a buss the place like cold case / Them no like we but ask them a who care / Cash in a the pocket dog new face new face,” I-Octane spits.
The “Mamma” singjay debut a handful of new singles since the start of the fall to add to his growing catalog of hits. I-Octane has been one of the most consistent dancehall artists in the genre over the last decade. He has consistently delivered hits to his fans and has been consistently tour the world promoting the music and culture.
Listen to I-Octane new song “New Face.”
Queen Bey recently collaborated with J Balvin on “Mi Gente” and with Eminem on “Walk On Water.” Now teams up with Ed Sheeran on the new single “Perfect Duet.” Beyonce shows off her iconic vocals over an acoustic beat. “Well, I found a man stronger than anyone I know / He shares my dreams / I hope that someday we’ll share our home / I found a love to carry more than just my secrets / To carry love, to carry children of our own,” she sings.
JAY-Z announced this week that he and Beyonce are working on a joint album together and hearing this song just make you want that project now more than ever. The R&B diva and Ed Sheeran are no strangers to combining their vocals. The two previously sing together for a 2015 Stevie Wonder tribute and that same year the performed a “Drunk In Love” duet at the Global Citizen Festival.
The single “Perfect Duet” is featured on Ed Sheeran’s project ÷, a song that he says is better than the biggest single of his career, “Thinking Out Loud.” “Perfect Duet” is currently available on Spotify, take a listen below.
Beenie Man responded to some recent criticisms from his daughter Desha Ravers in a new song.
Last month, Desha Ravers, whose real name is Deshagaye Davis, publicly called out Beenie Man for being a bad father. “Mi just think him need fi step up him thing,” the dancer said. “Him a mek whole heap a luu moves suh him just need fi start be a man, a father and everything inna one now,” she said without going into specific details about her contention with the deejay. “The person weh everybody know out a road a nuh the person weh me know.”
Beenie Man released a new single “Twingy Twanga” where he gave his daughter, who is a member of Ravers Clavers dance group, a big shout-out. “Me stop from dance I would never never / Me stop love Deshagay I would never never / Cause all of my kids them born in dancehall,” Beenie deejay over the Belly Bounce Riddim, produced by Cornelius Records.
Beenie Man graces the Belly Bounce Riddim with a new dance anthem “Twingy Twanga.”
A fast spitting Beenie ride the beat produced by Cornelius Records. “Fight against Ding Dong I would never never / Fight against Shelly Belly I would never never / Me hate John Hype I would never never / If a me alone Bogle woulda live forever / World dancehall swing it weh and chakka chakka / A my dance them you a hear me bredda,” Beenie rhymes.
The dancehall legend has come under criticism recently for allegedly fighting against dancers in dancehall and this song is a bit of a response to those claims. Beenie Man has been a staple in dancehall for over three decades and continues to be relevant by putting out new music every year.
Listen Beenie Man new song “Twingy Twanga” below.