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[Intro]
What they say, what they say now
What they say, what they say now
What they say, what they say now
What they say, what they say now
Protect Lil B, at all costs, namsayin’

[Verse 1]
Last club, left the bathtub
Like a flash flood baptism
Caps sizzle packs in the van
That’s fizzle as Mac Drizzle
Deal is half pickle
Jammed as bad pistols
The poorly dressed
The correlated, the laureates
No relation unless it’s coronated to coronets
As well, Oswald Cobblepot, Alpo
How so?
Pepperpot love a heartless man in a letter that’s penned to Gwyneth Paltrow
The ends justify the outro
Black hue, Hugh Heffner to the heifers
The boy cow’s a gaucho
L’Oreal, story tales
Rush blush on the rough cuts of the [?]
You are not the cannon fodder, relax
Catch me outside, how ’bout dat
Trust all the Einsteins if you want the facts
Fuck Harvey Weinstein if you want to act
White people having serious brand issues, can’t kiss you
Behind the scenes, fuckin’ us from the back
Got too comfortable with Barack
Now uncle Trump’s making me feel so un-wonderful with the hat
Who watchin’ you by the cap
Make America great again
I just don’t to wait at these great American gates again
Patiently staying in place for 3 hours for a rollercoaster is ridiculous
Well isn’t it?
Protect Lil B and all lowercase betas
To overtake the haters
To motivate the saviors
Yeah, yeah, yeah

[Outro: Lil B]
It’s all love, I don’t promote violence, I’m never with the violence. So I love them and it’s all good, you feel me? I’m still here, I got jumped by like 10 mothafuckas, you know what I’m sayin? Been by myself. It’s all love though, like I said, it’s all love


T-Pain and Blac Youngsta hosts a massive pool party in their new video “Goal Line.”

T-Pain has been dropping new music ahead of the release of his highly anticipated new album OBLiViON, due in November. The singer drops his “Goal Line” video featuring Blac Youngsta a day after performing the single on TRL. The pair hit the poolside with drinks in hand with a bunch of banging females dancing in bikinis. The crew partied from in the all the way into the night.

“You don’t think we’ll catch a case ain’t a / All of my ni**as got GPS all of my ni**as show up at your place ain’t a / I move that weight like I’m weight gaining / I push that weight like I’m weight training,” T-Pain raps. Blac Youngsta has also been on the come-up after signing a deal with Yo Gotti’s label. Earlier this year he got into some legal troubles for his alleged involvement in a drive-by shooting that almost claimed the life of rival rapper Young Dolph in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dolph was sitting inside his SUV when a rain of bullets came down on the vehicle, but fortunately for him, the car was bulletproof.


It’s around that time. Mavado drop a new gritty gangsta anthem “Timer,” produced by DJ Frass Records.

The track features retro Mavado singing over a authentic dancehall beat about some other unnamed artists who are not real gangsters. “Them a scam badness them a joker / So fi them a fi solve I moca / When mi set the timer its a over / Family cry and them can’t get no closure / Bwoy weh chat in a court a no soldier / When him touch the road time over,” Vado sings.

The song is being distributed by Zojak World Wide and is currently available on Mavado’s Vevo channel on YouTube and on iTunes/Apple Music for streaming. Mavado has released close to a dozen new singles since the start of the year including his recent collaboration with Jahmiel, “Badness.” That song has been getting a significant amount of airplay since making its debut earlier this year.

Listen Mavado new song “Timer” below.


NBA YoungBoy says he is heading to high school to get his diploma.

The rapper who is also known as YoungBoy Never Broke Again made the announcement in a video posted on Instagram on Wednesday (Oct. 25). The “Untouchable” rapper is currently one of the most promising new rappers in the game, but he dropped out of high school at the 9th grade so he could focus on his blossoming rap career. He was also arrested for a robbery incident that authorities say he was involved where he was sent to a detention center.

YoungBoy has since been trying to clean up his image and even signed a new deal with Atlantic Records. Seems the label has been pushing him to enroll back in school and now he has a chance to get his high school diploma. “They accepted me in public school,” the rapper said. He then revealed that he will be attending the Scotlandville Magnet High School in his hometown Baton Rouge, LA. Since breaking onto the rap scene this year with his mega hit “Untouchable,” YoungBoy Never Broke Again has been doing very well while building a name for himself in a crowded field. At age 17, he has also got some cosign from some seasoned veterans in the game.

#nbayoungboy going back to school!??

A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on Oct 25, 2017 at 12:08pm PDT


Nicki Minaj wants more respect on her name and Kendrick Lamar seems to agree with her.

Nicki says that male hip hop fans should put some respect on her name just like they do her male counterparts. For the last few weeks. the Young Money rapper has been complaining bitterly about not getting the same respect as the male rappers in the industry even after creating a vast catalog and an impressive resume in music and fashion over the past decade. Today (October 25), she went on Twitter to offload some things off her chest.

In her first tweet, Nicki Minaj thanks Russ for heaping praises on her on Wednesday during an interview with Rap Radar’s Elliot Wilson and B. Dot. During a preview of the upcoming interview, Russ said what several other industry personalities have been echoing, that Nicki has not been getting the credit that she deserves. Minaj thanked him for the gesture and then went on to vent about getting the most hate from the male fans in the industry and even some of her male counterparts.

Related: Nicki Minaj Talks Male Counterpart: “I got to prove myself a hundred times”

“This was so nice of you my love, thank you,” she wrote. “In any field, women must work TWICE as hard to even get HALF the respect her male counterparts get. When does this stop?” She went on to elaborate that the great rappers in the industry have all collaborated with other great MCs of her era like Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole, three rappers who are often mentioned in discussions about the top five rappers of this generation. “The greats collaborated w/Drake, Kendrick & Jcole b/c they’re dope MC’s. They collab’d w/nicki cuz someone pulled a gun to their heads,” she added.

In another tweet that seems to be a shot at new rappers like Cardi B, Nicki Minaj she shouldn’t even be placed in the same sentence as these new MCs after being an OG for 10 years consistently putting out hit records. “Putting ppl in the same sentence as me after my 10 years of consistent winning. What are you teaching THEM? They’d never do this to a man,” she wrote.

She went and dug up an old tweet from Kendrick Lamar from 2010 where the Compton rapper said more males hate Nick than females. “Just realized. Moe ni**az hate nicki minaj than woman do. #yallniggazisreallypausewhenithinkaboutit,” K-Dot wrote.

People needa put more respect on @NICKIMINAJ name pic.twitter.com/gyPWpgZ6hg

— Russ (@russdiemon) October 25, 2017

In any field, women must work TWICE as hard to even get HALF the respect her male counterparts get. When does this stop?

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 25, 2017

The greats collaborated w/Drake, Kendrick & Jcole b/c they’re dope MC’s. They collab’d w/nicki cuz someone pulled a gun to their heads… ??

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 25, 2017

Putting ppl in the same sentence as me after my 10 years of consistent winning. What are you teaching THEM? They’d never do this to a man.

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 25, 2017

Kendrick’s tweet from 7 years ago. This is so telling. And scary. I’d have to wear some baggy pants n timbs for men to openly give props. https://t.co/r6fEjSJZPl

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 25, 2017