2 Chainz celebrates Martin Luther King Day holiday by giving fans a new song. Taking to social media, the Atlanta rapper surprised his loyal following by dropping “Stay Woke.” A flip of F.L.Y.’s (Fast Life Yungstaz) popular 2009 hit “Swag Surfin,” Tity Boi gives us a preview of whats ahead in the near future with his Rap or Go to the League album due to drop later this year.

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Over the past week, social media has been buzzing following the premieres of both Netflix (Fyre) and Hulu’s (Fyre Fraud) respective documentaries on the disastrous Fyre Festival in 2017. Founded by Billy McFarland and Ja Rule, the former is currently serving a six-year sentence for reportedly defrauded investors of $26 million, while the Murder Inc. rapper took to Twitter on Sunday (Jan. 20) to defend himself as viewers pointed their finger at Ja Rule for his part in the festival that scammed hundreds of fans and drained local businesses out of millions.

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Cardi B had social media buzzing and make headlines last week after an Instagram post where she spoke out on the partial U.S. government shut down. Clearly frustrated, the Grammy-nominated star was in support of the 800,000 workers, who were ordered back to work without pay. Along with over 14 million views, Cardi’s video post caught the attention of all the major media outlets like CNN and MSNBC. The viral moment appears to have triggered right-wing commentator Tomi Lahren, who took to Twitter to react a few days later, which Cardi responded to on Sunday morning (Jan. 20).

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After heading “Overseas” with Lil’ Pump late last year, Desiigner is back with his new single. The G.O.O.D. Music artist gets his 2018 campaign started by dropping the song “Rich.” Produced by Hitmaka and Chuck Taylor, the record finds the Brooklyn rapper on that paper chase. Dave East appears on the track, contributing a sharp guest verse towards the end.

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Casanova has a new project coming soon called Free at Last. Ahead of the EP, Cas is in the mood to dance on “2 AM.” On the record, the Brooklyn rapper jumps on the recent afrobeat wave enlisting Tory Lanez and Davido. The song also comes with a music video, where Casanova spends time between Atlanta and Lagos, Nigeria, highlighting the feel-good cultures both areas offer. Watch the music video below.

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Ryan Leslie’s last project, MZRT, came out back in 2015. Since then, the R&B singer/songwriter/producer has been busy working on his various entrepreneurial ventures across the world. R-Les is now back with some music, giving his die hard fans Fleurier Flows. The four-track EP includes the songs “Forever My Love,” “First Place,” “Thankful” and “Gorgeous.” Along with the EP, Ryan Leslie debuts the music video for the opener “Forever My Love.”

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Sony and R. Kelly have “agreed to part ways,” Billboard reports. I guess that’s the polite way of saying they’ve finally dropped his child-molesting ass.

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After teaming up for Swervo last year, which wasn’t just one of 2018’s most slept-on albums but boasted some of the best artwork (word to Eric B. and Rakim), G Herbo and Southside re-up on this blistering new single, “Up It.”

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Nickel Nine finally drops a video for “Cocaine,” the most personal and powerful track off his 2018 album Book of Ryan. The black-and-white video brings Royce’s childhood to life as he watches his father wrestle with cocaine addiction, go to rehab and come home a clean man. Seeing the current day Detroit rapper stroll through sunny L.A., fresh off the best work of his 20-year-career, is a testament to his own victory in life.

“Cocaine” is the fourth video off Book of Ryan following “Summer on Lock,” “Boblo Boat” and “Caterpillar.”

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Future’s new album The WIZRD is out now and available everywhere. Just hours before leading up to its release, the Freebandz star appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday (Jan. 18). Serving as musical guest, Future performed the song “Crushed Up.” Backed by a guitarist, huge graphics projected on two screens and a snowy stage setup, watch the performance below.

The WIZRD features appearances by Travis Scott (“First Off”), Young Thug and Gunna (“Unicorn Purp”).

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