The sequel to Lil Uzi Vert’s Luv Is Rage has finally arrived. The Philly hitmaker puts an end to months of anticipation by releasing his long awaited project, Luv Is Rage 2. Uzi’s newest creation features 16 tracks, including the smash hit “XO Tour Llif3,” and guest appearances by Pharrell and The Weeknd. Check out the stream, cover art and tracklist for Uzi’s Luv Is Rage 2 below.
Yo Gotti and Nicki Minaj’s “Rake It Up” has entered the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales chart at #10, this week. Cassie also made a huge return after taking a long musical hiatus, earning the highest debut of the week with “Love A Loser” (#23) featuring G-Eazy. Rae Sremmurd snatched this week’s second-highest debut with “Perplexing Pegasus” (#30). Elsewhere on the chart, French Montana and Swae Lee remain at #1 with
The infighting between Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records has ostensibly shelved Tha Carter V, but Weezy claims that’s not the case. In fact, he says he can release it whenever he wants. During an interview with Q93’s Wild Wayne to promote the 2017 Lil Weezyana Fest, the Young Money founder said he’s simply waiting to drop the album because he wants to do it the right way. “Of course
Cardi B broke her way into this week’s R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales Chart at #8 with “Bodak Yellow,” making her the highest charting female rapper since 2014. Future made his debut at #3 with the Nicki Minaj-assisted track “You Da Baddest” and French Montana managed to knock DJ Khaled out the #1 spot with the Swae Lee-assisted “Unforgettable.” Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” Making Bloody Moves Cardi B’s breakout hit “Bodak
According to TMZ, Jay-Z’s using his wife’s playbook to push his new album, “4:44” — making personal revelations about cheating and his mother’s sexuality. Hov opens his title track apologizing to Beyonce, and says it took the birth of their daughter, Blue Ivy, to change his womanizing ways. It’s interesting … he also refers to his newborn twins as “natural.” The assumption is he wants everyone to know they didn’t
“It’s Time…” OG Boo Dirty dropped his new mixtape “It’s Time” July 4th, featuring 12 certified street bangers mainly produced by Track Gordy, also known as Memphis Trackboy, and Ace C. This tape is dope, with hard tracks, heartfelt lyrics and a hood-trap flow. Though the mixtape only has two featured artists on the chorus of two songs, the mixtape is solid on it’s own. The entire mixtape is filled