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Beyonce is celebrating her 36th birthday today (September 4th) and JAY-Z paused around midnight on stage his Made In America performance to sing her a happy birthday.

Social media is dotted with loyal, aka Beyhive, wishing the mega pop star a happy birthday today, but perhaps her biggest fan is her husband JAY-Z. In fact, Hov was probably the first person to wish her a happy birthday. Beyonce was there at the show looking on as the rap legend lead the audience in singing happy birthday.

Beyonce’s Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams was there with her as JAY-Z and the massive crowd sings her a happy birthday. You will notice that Queen Bey was repping for her city Houston by donning a Houston Rockets jersey covered by a yellow jacket and sun glasses. JAY-Z was in fine form during his set where he performed for the first time songs from his new landmark album 4:44.

The album debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart after selling 262,000 album-equivalent units in the first week. Approximately 174,000 copies were pure album sales. Hov also gave away a significant amount of copies of the album through a deal with Sprint who is now a shareholder in TIDAL.

Beyoncé watching JAY-Z & the crowd sing "Happy Birthday" to her at #MadeInAmerica ?? #HappyBirthdayBEYONCÉ ?

— I Love Beyoncé ? (@BeyonceArgBBA) September 4, 2017

singing Beyoncé happy bday in front of jay z was the best thing ever

— franki (@frvnki) September 4, 2017

Lil Uzi Vert debut album Luv Is Rage 2 just earned him his first ever number one album on the Billboard 200 chart.

The highly anticipated project was released last month and went on to sell 135,000 equivalent album units in the first week, 28,000 of those were from traditional album sales, according to Billboard. Lil Uzi Vert has been having a phenomenal year and scored the biggest single of the summer with his single “XO Tour Llif3.” Luv Is Rage 2 also earns the Philly rapper the third streaming debut of 2017 with only Drake’s More Life and Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN showing stronger streaming numbers than him.

This week we also saw rap newcomer XXXTentacion taking the number two spot with his debut album 17. The project sold 87,000 equivalent units in the first week. Fifth Harmony’s self-titled album came in at number four and Kendrick Lamar hold the fifth position with his album continuing to show strong sales with 45,000 copies sold in the last week.

Lil Uzi Vert debut the music video for “XO Tour Llif3” on Monday with his tour mate The Weeknd making a cameo in the gory video. The single won Song of the Summer at the recently held 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.

The Ones That Support Me ThankYou …. Yall Ugly ???lol #LuvIsRage2

— Uzi London ????® (@LILUZIVERT) September 2, 2017

50 Cent has never been shy about his issues with Starz and on Sunday night he took another shot at the network following the Power season four finale.

The fourth season of the hit show Power has just been wrapped and though this season was perhaps the most successful, 50 Cent has been uneasy about working with Starz. Throughout the season, he regularly takes jabs at the premium network via his social media page and on Sunday night’s finale, he pretty much told Power fans to cancel their Starz subscription.

“I don’t think the STARZ network realize your watching POWER because it’s my show,” he said. “So take STARZ out of your cable package after you see POWER tonight. Then they will understand I bet.” The rap mogul is also planning to launch a new show on BET later this month and is even predicting already that he will be the biggest thing on the network.

50 Cent said in another post on his Instagram account that Power is the biggest invisible show on TV and that’s all because of Starz. “POWER is the biggest invisible show ever,” he added. “Everybody on the show is bringing their A game. If I don’t shake things up nothing’s gonna change. It’s a damn shame I have to prove I can move the audience.”

It will be interesting to see if any of Starz 25 million subscribers will ditch the network after this season of Power stops airing. 50 Cent just recently recovered from a mountain of lawsuits and even bankruptcy so the next question is, is he risking a lawsuit from Starz for going after them like this. At this point, it seems like he is awfully angry with the network and isn’t holding anything back. Perhaps he should consider moving Power to a new network, maybe HBO.

I don't think the STARZ network realize your watching POWER because it's my show. So take STARZ out of your cable package after you see POWER tonight. Then they will understand I bet. #50centralbet

A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 3, 2017 at 2:09pm PDT

I don't get paid for rating, I'm already the biggest thing that ever happen to STARZ. I haven't seen one thing that says for your consideration. POWER is the biggest invisible show ever. Everybody on the show is bringing their A game. If I don't shake things up nothing's gonna change. It's a damn shame I have to prove I can move the audience. Catch my New show 50Central 9/27 10:30 pm #50centralbet

A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 4, 2017 at 5:13am PDT

Lil Wayne condition has improved following another hospitalization for seizure.

The Young Money rapper was found unconscious last weekend in a Chicago hotel and was rushed to the hospital, TMZ reported. The rap icon reportedly suffered multiple seizures as a result of his struggle with epilepsy, a condition he has from birth. His team had to cancel his concert in Las Vegas on Sunday night after doctors advised him not to travel at least for the next couple of days.

Sources say after a brief stint in the hospital, his team tried to get him discharged to make it to his Las Vegas show but his doctor told him to take it easy. Lil Wayne had a gig at Drais Beachclub in Vegas where Rae Sremmurd was also scheduled to perform. The New Orleans rapper, whose real name is Dwayne Carter, has been having seizures for years and last year he had at least three attacks on his private jet. The aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing where the rapper gets medical help.

Weezy’s daughter Reginae Carter told her fans on Twitter that her father is doing fine and thanked everyone for their concerns. “My dad is doing fine everyone! Thanks for the concern you guys are amazing,” she tweeted. She also added in another tweet, “Oh yeah… & don’t believe everything you hear.”

Lil Wayne promises that his long delayed album Tha Carter V will likely be released this year but so far there is no signs of the project and no precise release date. He is still suing his former friend and mentor Birdman for $51 million and is insisting that he wants to be released from his contract with Cash Money Records. There is no ending to the legal war between Wayne and Birdman and it seems Carter V will not see the light of day.

My dad is doing fine everyone ! Thanks for the concerns?? you guys are amazing ?

— Love me (@reginae_carter1) September 4, 2017

Oh yeah .. & don't believe everything you hear ?

— Love me (@reginae_carter1) September 4, 2017

Growing up in the tough enclaves of the inner city is chronicled in ‘Weh We Come From’, the latest single from recording artiste Jayds.

Released late August and featured on the 4th Genna Music imprint, the brooding composition which continues to gain favour across the diaspora is also accompanied by an official video which can be viewed via his VEVO channel at ‘JAYDSVEVO.’ “The song is inspired by past events and me becoming an artiste while growing up in the inner city,” Jayds said.

With aspirations of making a global impact, the burgeoning star has released a number of his own recordings in recent times with the most noteworthy being the aforementioned. When one hears the term ‘dancehall artiste’ an image in generally conjured of a person hailing from humble beginnings with educational challenges and countless tales of socioeconomic trials and triumphs. However 4th Genna recording artiste Jayds is definitely not your typical ‘dancehall artiste’ aside from his lyrical prowess and natural singing ability the emerging star is quite the scholar.

A graduate of Meadowbrook High school, the artiste born Jonoi Ranjay McCoulsky is an only child for his mother but shares three brothers on his father’s side of the family. Graduating with seven subjects from high school Jayds bypassed six-form choosing instead to enrol in a private tertiary institution where he pursued studies in Psychology, Business Management, Sociology and Communication Studies.

Despite, the establishment of a solid education, young Jayds soon realised the corporate lifestyle was not for him and his unyielding affinity for music eventually got him the first real opportunity to delve into the art form when one of his songs caught the ear of then emerging producer Onton (now Aidonia‘s official engineer) who took him under his tutelage honing his skill set in the process. The partnership subsequently led to the formation of ‘Ancient Records’ and within a year into their alliance Jayds was introduced to Aidonia via a mixtape titled ‘Jayds Mind Activity’, and as they say, the rest is history.

Five years later, aside from being an artiste, Jayds is also a talented producer/engineer and an honorary member of the 4th Genna Music imprint. Some of his most noteworthy efforts include rhythms such as ‘Hot Yeer’, Pure Water’, Dancehall Plague’ complimented by the singles ‘Frass Box’, Coco Powder, ‘Don Deh Yah’, Gangster Town, Better and Krayzay’ for both Aidonia and label-mate Govana.