adidas Resurrects Egyptian Lover’s "Egypt, Egypt" For 70th Anniversary Ad Campaign

Los Angeles, CA – Egyptian Lover dropped his inaugural studio album in 1984. Titled On The Nile, the pioneering project effortlessly melded two worlds together: Hip Hop and electro. It also spawned one of the most enduring breakdancing records on the planet, “Egypt, Egypt.”

To celebrate the company’s 70th anniversary, adidas has unveiled a new ad campaign, which uses “Egypt, Egypt.” Speaking to HipHopDX, Egyptian Lover — real name Greg Broussard — explained how it coincided perfectly with his 35th anniversary.

“It’s been a really great year,” Egyptian Lover told DX. “[The adidas ad] was very simple. They emailed me, told me about it, we did the paperwork and it was done. I was very pleased and excited to hear my song in the ad. It’s been a great year for me and my 35th anniversary.

“Not only adidas, but also Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Snowfall TV show and many other things are happening. I feel very thankful for all my fans and companies still loving this record.”

In the ad, a blue adidas shoe box opens up and key moments from the company’s history are displayed through different mediums inside — from Run-DMC’s iconic laceless adidas look to Stan Smith on the tennis court.

Samples of “Egypt, Egypt” are peppered throughout the 30-second snippet.

Watch the clip above and revisit the original song below.

Tracy Morgan, Wesley Snipes & Leslie Jones Cast In "Coming To America 2"

Eddie Murphy’s Coming To America 2 has added more star power to the highly anticipated sequel.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Tracy Morgan has landed a role in the film. The former Saturday Night Live star joins a list of new cast members that includes Wesley Snipes, Leslie Jones and If Beale Street Could Talk’s KiKi Layne.

Coming To America 2 tells the story of Prince Akeem (Murphy) — on the verge of becoming Zamunda’s king — discovering he has a son named Lavelle in America. Jones plays Lavelle’s mother, who had a one-night stand with Akeem. Morgan portrays her brother.

Snipes has been cast as General Izzi, who rules a neighboring nation to Zamunda. Layne plays Akeem’s daughter.

Although the sequel will have plenty of newcomers, Coming To America fans will also get to see a few familiar faces. Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones and Shari Headley are all set to reprise their roles from the original film, which was released in 1988.

Production for Coming To America 2 is scheduled to begin later this month. The movie is currently scheduled to debut on December 18, 2020.

Listen to XXXTentacion’s ‘#PROUDCATOWNERREMIX’ Featuring Rico Nasty

XXX lives on.

The estate of XXXTentacion is set to release a deluxe edition of his chart-topping sophomore album ? next month.

The 3-disc project will include a previously-unreleased remix of “#PROUDCATOWNER,” which was originally posted on X’s SoundCloud account. The new version of the Ronny J-produced track features a verse from Rico Nasty.

The deluxe ? box set arrives Sept. 6 and includes the original album and A Ghetto Christmas Carol EP, along with newly-remixed songs and unreleased demos.

The rapper’s estate is also planning to release a documentary and a posthumous album Bad Vibes Forever featuring some of today’s biggest artists. Last month, they dropped the dancehall single “Royalty” featuring KyKy-Mani Marley, Vybz Kartel, and Stefflon Don.

Watch the ? deluxe album unboxing video below.

Killer Mike Supports JAY-Z’s NFL Move: "It Doesn’t Destroy What Kaepernick Kneeled For"

Killer Mike stopped by HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher this week and was asked about JAY-Z’s recent alignment with the NFL. The Run The Jewels MC made it abundantly clear he’s all for the Roc Nation mastermind’s decision to link up with the professional football league.

He told Maher it will ultimately lead to former San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick getting a tryout and doesn’t take away his fight for social justice reform.

“JAY-Z’s play — I believe — not only gives us a seat at the table … it doesn’t destroy what Kaepernick kneeled for,” he said. “What he kneeled for was proper treatment of us by state agent, by police. That does not end with him getting a job. The same way him kneeling is not an insult to the military.

“It is, as an American, asserting your first amendment rights, saying something is wrong … I believe if JAY-Z becomes a team owner, Kaep gets his tryout.”

The newly minted Hip Hop billionaire’s move has created controversy among both fans and peers.

Freddie Gibbs blatantly stated, “Fuck Colin Kaepernick” as he defended Jay, while Kaepernick’s girlfriend and radio personality Nessa expressed her disappointment in Hov’s bold business move.

On Monday (August 19), Funkmaster Flex said he confirmed with Jermaine Dupri that Jay had discouraged the So So Def boss from getting too deeply involved with the NFL, making his decision to work with them even more perplexing.

Jeezy Reveals ‘TM104: The Legend of the Snowman’ Tracklisting

It’s the end of an era for Jeezy.

Fourteen years since releasing his major-label debut Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101, the Atlanta trapper returns with the last installment in his Thug Motivation series and the final album of his career, TM104: The Legend of the Snowman. Ahead of its release on Friday, Jeezy has revealed the star-studded tracklisting.

In addition to the previously-released singles “1 Time” and “MLK BLVD” with Meek Mill, the 18 tracks include collaborations with Gunna, Queen Naija, Ty Dolla $ign, Ball Greezy, and John Legend. CeeLo Green guests on the “soul-stirring anthem” “Already Rich,” while the Bawse, Rick Ross, joins the Snowman on “’06.”

As he prepares for the final chapter, Jeezy reflected on the impact of the TM series. “I think it’s one of the truest series. I think people get it,” he told Billboard. “When I look at The Blueprint and what Jay has done, and then I look at TM, even now I’m into a lot of motivational speakers. I’m into their craft and how they connect with people and for me. I didn’t realize that was something I was doing early on. I just wanted to be heard and tell people what I was going through.”

TM104: The Legend of the Snowman arrives Friday. See the tracklisting below.

TM104: The Legend of the Snowman Tracklisting

1. “The Entrapreneur”
2. “Big $hit”
3. “Look Like”
4. “Better Tell ‘Em”
5. “Mr. Pyrex”
6. “Already Rich” feat. CeeLo Green
7. “1 Time”
8. “Oh Yea” feat. Ball Greezy
9. “White Keys”
10. “MLK BLVD” feat. Meek Mill
11. “’06” feat. Rick Ross
12. “Don’t Make Me”
13. “Fake Love” feat. Queen Naija
14. “All Night” feat. Gunna
15. “4Play” feat. Ty Dolla $ign
16. “Play It Safe” feat. Noah Scharf
17. “Don’t Forget”
18. “The Real MVP” feat. John Legend

50 Cent Denies Wendy Williams Entry to His Party

Wendy Williams showed up to 50 Cent’s party, but she wasn’t on the guest list.

The talk show host tried to get into the Tycoon Pool Party that her longtime rival was hosting at New Jersey’s BarCode on Saturday, but she was denied entry at the door.

The rap mogul posted footage of Williams, wearing a Yankees hat, outside the event, but security was apparently informed not to let her in. So in typical 50 fashion, he decided to publicly embarrass her. “you can’t just show up to my PARTY if you been talking about me,” Fif captioned his Instagram video. “BITCH wait out side.”

According to Page Six, Williams eventually made it inside the party, where she took a photo with Snoop Dogg. However, some commenters believe she took the photo outside the room where the party was held.

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50 and Williams have been at odds for years. Williams has criticized 50 on her daytime talk show and in return, he has trolled her on social media. In March, he called her a “crack head” following reports that she was struggling with drug addiction.

“I knew some thing was up with this bitch,” 50 wrote alongside a meme of a disheveled Williams. “It was the drugs. She better not talk about me, then go to the rehab every day Crack Head.”

Curtis Jackson is now gearing up for the sixth and final season of “Power,” which is set to premiere Aug. 25 on Starz.

Rick Ross’ ‘Port of Miami 2’ Debuts at No. 2

The Bawse is back on the Billboard charts.

Rick Ross debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with Port of Miami 2, which sold 80,000 equivalent album units (25,000 in album sales) in its first week. The highly-anticipated sequel to his 2006 debut, which features Drake, Lil Wayne, and Nipsey Hussle, is Ross’ highest-charting album since 2014’s Mastermind debuted at No. 1.

Additionally, Port of Miami 2 is Ross’ tenth top 10 on the chart. All 10 of his charting major-label releases have reached the top 10, with five of them hitting No. 1.

Trippie Redd also debuts in the top 10 at No. 3 with !, which sold 51,000 equivalent album units (7,000 in album sales). It marks his third top 10 effort following 2018’s A Love Letter to You 3 (No. 3) and Life’s a Trip (No. 4).

Elsewhere, Ed Sheeran’s No.6 Collaborations Project drops 2-5 (43,000), Chris Brown’s Indigo slides 5-6 (36,000), and Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You rises 8-7 (33,000). Last week’s chart-topper, Drake’s Care Package, falls 1-8 in its second week (31,000).

Khalid’s former No. 1 Free Spirit re-enters the top 10 at No. 9 (30,000), while Lil Nas X’s debut EP 7 rises 11-10 (29,000).

Billboard 200 Top 10

1. Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind – 118,000
2. Rick Ross – Port of Miami 2 – 80,000
3. Trippie Redd – ! – 51,000
4. Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? – 44,000
5. Ed Sheeran – No.6 Collaborations Project – 43,000
6. Chris Brown – Indigo – 36,000
7. Lizzo – Cuz I Love You – 33,000
8. Drake –Care Package – 31,000
9. Khalid – Free Spirit – 30,000
10. Lil Nas X – 7 – 29,000

Young Thug Previews ‘Super Slimey 2’ Track

More slime.

Just days after dropping his debut album So Much Fun, Young Thug is teasing a track off his Super Slimey 2 collaborative project with Future, Lil Baby, and Gunna.

In the 30-second clip, which was posted to Instagram Stories, Thug, Future, Gunna, and Baby can be heard rapping about jewels and alligator shoes. According to the file name, the song is titled “Jewel Baby.”

Earlier this month, Thug announced that he’s in the studio working on the sequel to 2017’s Super Slimey, his joint mixtape with Future. But this time around, he’s added Baby and Gunna into the mix.

Meanwhile, Thugger appears to have moved on from HiTunes, which was supposed to be the title of his debut album prior to So Much Fun. According to Thug’s close friend and collaborator Be EL Be ( Complex), tracks from the project have already been released under different titles throughout the years.

“You ni**as leaked and shared what could have been hi tunes every year since 2015,” he tweeted. “It already came out.”

Fantasia Announces Tour with Robin Thicke and Tank

Fantasia is bringing Rock Soul on the road this fall.

The R&B songstress has announced a North American tour featuring supporting acts Robin Thicke, Tank, and The Bonfyre. The 29-date trek kicks off Oct. 17 in Columbia, S.C. and runs through Dec. 6 in Los Angeles. Along the way, the tour will make stops in New York, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, Houston, and more.

Fans can expect to hear their favorites along with new music from Fantasia’s upcoming 7th album Sketchbook, due in October. On Friday (Aug. 23), Fantasia is set to drop her new single “PTSD” featuring T-Pain, the follow-up to “Enough,” which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Adult R&B charts.

“I’ve been blessed to perform all over the world and have never been as excited and hungry to hit the stage as I am for this tour!” said Fantasia. “The stage is my sacred place and where I feel most connected with people through my music. This tour is sure to be one that’s full of great surprises, incredible energy, and an absolutely great time for everyone who is able to come party with Rock Soul in the city nearest you.”

Tickets go on sale beginning Friday, Aug. 23. See dates below.

Fantasia Tour Dates

Oct. 17 – Columbia, SC – Township Auditorium
Oct. 18 – Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre
Oct. 19 – Southhaven, – Landers Center
Oct. 20 – St Louis, MO – Chaifetz Arena
Oct. 24 – Buffalo, NY – Shea’s PAC
Oct. 25 – New York – Hulu Theatre
Oct. 26 – Philadelphia, PA – Liacouras Center
Oct. 27 – Fairfax, VA (DC) – Eagle Bank Arena
Nov. 1 – Baltimore, MD – UMBC Center
Nov. 2 – Norfolk, VA – Constant Center
Nov. 3 – Richmond, VA – Altria Theatre
Nov. 7 – Columbus, OH – Palace Theatre
Nov. 8 – Cleveland, OH – State Theatre
Nov. 9 – Chicago, IL – Wintrust Arena
Nov. 10 – Detroit, MI – Fox Theatre
Nov. 14 – Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre
Nov. 15 – Jackson, MS – Mississippi Coliseum
Nov. 16 – New Orleans, LA – Lakefront Arena
Nov. 17 – Shreveport, LA – Municipal Auditorium
Nov. 21 – Augusta, GA – James Brown Arena
Nov. 22 – Hollywood, FL – Seminole Hard Rock Casino
Nov. 23 – Tampa, FL – Juengling Center
Nov. 24 – Columbus, GA – Civic Center
Nov. 27 – Houston, TX – Smart Financial Center
Nov. 29 – Charlotte, NC – Bojangles Coliseum
Nov. 30 – Savannah, GA – Civic Center
Dec. 1 – Raleigh, NC – PNC
Dec. 5 – Oakland, CA – Paramount Theatre
Dec. 6 – Los Angeles, CA – Microsoft Theatre

Chris Brown Battery Charge Dropped in Florida

Chris Brown has scored a legal victory in his Florida criminal case.

The “No Guidance” singer won’t be charged with battery for allegedly punching a photographer at a Tampa nightclub in 2017. Brown was arrested last year after the altercation at AJA Channelside. But the charge was dropped due to insufficient evidence. Sources with knowledge of the case tell TMZ that the photographer “lacked credibility.”

“After a thorough review of the facts and information from the alleged victim, our office determined there was insufficient evidence to prosecute,” said the State’s Attorney’s Office.

Brown was arrested in West Palm Beach in July 2018 and charged with felony battery stemming from the 2017 incident. The photographer told police he was hired to take pictures at the club. However, when he came in contact with Brown, the singer allegedly told him to stop snapping pics, but he apparently persisted.

That’s when Brown allegedly punched him in the mouth, leaving him with injuries on his upper and lower lip. Chris fled the scene before cops arrived, but about a year later, he was arrested on an open warrant when he returned to Florida.

Immediately following his show at the Coral Sky Amphitheater, Brown was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant for third-degree felony assault. He was released on $2,000 bond and later pleaded not guilty.

Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes Split

Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes have called it quits.

The actor, 51, and actress, 40, have split after six years together, Page Six reports. According to a source, the breakup happened in late May, a few weeks after their first red-carpet appearance at the Met Gala.

Foxx has apparently moved on. On Friday (Aug. 16), the Oscar winner was spotted holding hands with singer-model Sela Vave after leaving Lil Pump’s 19th birthday party at Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood.

In June, Vave posted a photo with Foxx on Instagram with a heartfelt note. “I am so grateful to this man!” she wrote. “Thank you so much @iamjamiefoxx for everything you do and for believing in me. #feelingblessed.”

Foxx and Holmes had been together since 2013, about a year after Holmes divorced Tom Cruise. They kept their relationship private, meeting up late night at hotels and sneaking out back entrances to avoid paparazzi.

They appeared together in public for the first time at Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala in New York in 2018, and walked a red carpet together for the first time at the Met Gala in May.

#DXCLUSIVE: Wais P & Statik Selektah Debut "You Never Know" Video

Brooklyn’s Wais P is teaming up with producer Statik Selektah for a collaborative album titled Chinchilla, which is due out this fall. To continue the LP’s rollout, the duo is premiering their video for the lead single “You Never Know” featuring Haile Supreme on HipHopDX.

“The track is pivotal in the release structure of this project ’cause it symbolizes my release from prison and the uncertainty of your freedom and the blessings that holds,” Wais tells DX. “I’m lucky to have the amazing otherworldly production from Statik Selektah and A&R direction from Termanology.”

He adds, “Filming the video was important. Thanks to [director] Nyj the Official because I wanted it to be gritty and have a distressed feel. I did not want it to be clean, I wanted that dirty just coming home feel and ready to give the people bars and be competitive and have them be waiting for what’s next from me.”

Watch Wais and Statik’s “You Never Know” video above.

UMG Forces Courtney Love Out of the Universal Studios Fire Lawsuit

Universal Music Group has quickly sidelined one of its most vocal critics — but this lawsuit is just getting started.

Just last week, the mega-label forcefully filed a motion to dismiss the filed by artists impacted by the 2008 Universal Studios fire. That artist group included the highly-vocal Courtney Love, who publicly accused Universal Music Group of lying about the actual fallout from the 2008 Universal Studios fire.

“No one knows for sure yet, specifically what is gone from their estate, their catalog,” Love told the New York Times back in June. “But for once in a horrible way people believe me about the state of the music business which I would not wish on my worst enemy. Our culture has been devastated, meanwhile UMG is online with cookie recipes and pop, as if nothing happened. It’s so horrible.”

Now, Love — and her band, Hole — have been dropped from the lawsuit, based on plausible representations by UMG that nothing connected to the band or artist were burned.  An amended complaint noted that “based upon UMG’s representations that none of Hole’s masters was destroyed (subject to confirmation).”

But UMG is just getting started.

The mega-label has fired back against the litigating group with a fury, alleging that few of the artists actually had masters in the warehouse at the time of the 2008 inferno.  Ahead of the weekend, UMG issued the following statement to DMN relating to claims by mega-artists like Tupac Shakur and Tom Petty, whose estates are named in the suit (other plaintiffs include Soundgarden and Steve Earle, among others).

“Over a month ago, without even knowing if the 2008 fire on the NBC/Universal Studios lot affected their clients, plaintiffs’ attorneys rushed to pursue meritless legal claims.  UMG’s dedicated global team is actively working directly with our artists and their representatives to provide accurate information concerning the assets we have and what might have been lost in the fire. 

“Even though our work is not yet complete, we have already determined that original masters for many of the artists named in the lawsuit were not lost in the 2008 fire.  We will not be distracted from our focus on providing our artists with full transparency even as the plaintiffs’ attorneys continue to pursue these baseless claims.”

Of course, it’s pretty difficult to argue with Universal’s statement, given the massive destruction of the blaze.  Once a master is completely melted — not to mention cleaned by fire crews — it’s difficult to say whether it belonged to Tom Petty or Tom Jones.  Or, whether it was a piece of recording equipment or furniture, for that matter.

That point wasn’t lost on Ed McPherson of McPherson LLP, one of the attorneys for the litigating class who blasted UMG for its circular denials.  In a quickly-amended action filed with the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Friday, UMG’s obfuscation was brought to light by McPherson and attorneys Howard King, Steven Sklaver, and others.

Of particular interest is a legal action mounted by Universal Music Group against Universal Studios parent NBCUniversal.  That, coupled with insurance claims received after the 2008 blaze, are rumored to have resulted in a $150 million payout to UMG.

But judges and insurance companies rarely just hand out money without proof of damage.  Yet many of those claims and disclosures have been kept under seal, with UMG keeping a very tight lip on the mysterious proceedings.

All of which begs the obvious question: if nothing substantial was burned in the fire, and the rest is unknown, what was the $150 million payout for, exactly?

“Despite its recoveries in the Fire Lawsuit and through the insurance proceeds, and despite the prior calculations of the losses of Master Recordings sustained in the Fire that it used to obtain those recoveries, UMG still maintains that it does not fully know what Master Recordings were lost in the Fire, that some of the Master Recordings previously identified as lost may not have been lost at all, and that it has recently assembled a ‘worldwide team’ to ascertain the extent of its losses, which assessment remains ongoing,” the litigants allege (see full, amended complaint below).

“UMG has publicly represented that it now intends to be ‘fully transparent’ with its artists regarding the Master Recordings lost in the Fire, but it still has not disclosed the calculations of its losses that were used to obtain its recoveries in the Fire Lawsuit and the insurance proceeds or made any attempt to explain the discrepancy between its prior claims and its continued efforts to downplay the extent of its losses.”

More as this develops.  Here’s the .

 

9 Rap Songs That Mention Chick-fil-A & Popeyes

In honor of the craze surrounding the war between who has the better chicken sandwich: Popeyes or Chick-fil-A, we implore you to let us know which rap song has the best lines about the famed chicken establishments.

From Migos‘ “Stir Fry” to A Tribe Called Quest‘s “Kids…,” who do you think has the best raps about Popeyes and Chick-fil-A?

Check out the selection of chicken raps below.

Migos — “Stir Fry”


“Dance with my dogs in the nighttime (wroof) / Trap nigga with the chickens like Popeye’s (Popeye’s) / Money changin’ colors like tie-dye (tie-dye) / I’m just tryna get it, I ain’t tryna die (no).”

Clipse — “Popular Demand (Popeyes)”


“Mami you miss me, don’t you? / Haters, wish you could hit me, don’t you? / Heh, you should call me uncle / I understand, I’m back by popular demand / That new CL fly / Outside of Popeyes eating chicken and fries / Yeah, come holla at your uncle / I understand, I’m back by popular demand.”

Lil Wayne f. Drake — “Family Feud”


“Don’t get my credit declined, give all the credit to Moms / I flipped the bird at the Bird – hey, what’s for dinner? Popeyes / These chickens got bird flu, and they chirp, chirp too / Always sung, never flew, these boys Hot Girls too.”

Geto Boys — “Mind Playing Tricks On Me”


“Reached under my seat, grabbed my popper for the suckers / Ain’t no use to me lyin’ / I was scareder than a motherfucker / Hooked a left into Popeye’s and bailed out quick / If it’s goin’ down, let’s get this shit over with / Here they come just like I figured / I got my hand on the motherfuckin’ trigger.”

Kanye West — “30 Hours”


“Expedition was Eddie Bauer edition / I’m drivin’ with no winter tires in December / Skrrt, skrrt, skrrt, like a private school for women / Then I get there and all the Popeye’s is finished, girl / You don’t love me, you just pretendin’ / I need a happy beginnin’, middle and endin.”

A Tribe Called Quest f. Andre 3000 — “Kids…”

“Kids, say I’m the shit / I’m Chick-fil-A nuggets, McDonald’s french fries / The spicy Popeye’s and Red Lobster biscuits / And girls scout thin mints.”

Lil Wayne — “Curtains”


“Okay I’m straight at you, no ricochet / That pussy boneless, that’s Chick-fil-a / I fuck with real riders and they tickets paid / For them dead presidents, we will start digging graves.”

Aminé — “SHINE”


“I fuck up like everyday, I fuck up in every way / I fuck up like when I pull up on Sunday at Chick-Fil-A / My-my dark twisted fantasy, beautiful insanity / When the rain pours, I’m the one you call your canopy.”

Rich Brian — “Occupied”


“All these protocols, I’m slowly turnin’ to a diva man / I’ma beat the runner’s ass if he ain’t got my Chick-fil-A (Chick-fil-A) / Never like to brag, but I do it in my raps.”

K-pop Powerhouse Big Hit Entertainment Acquires Superb

Bit Hit Entertainment has announced its acquisition of Seoul-based music game company Superb.

The K-pop powerhouse declined to reveal any details around the arrangement — at least beyond the top level.  According to an email sent to Digital Music News, Superb will retain its current management and its “unique color and independence as a game company.”

That raises an interesting question: is this Big Hit Entertainment’s first foray into the world of game development?

Big Hit Entertainment has been on a buying spree since the summer started.  They recently acquired in July, a mid-sized Korean agency that represents Gfriend.  The acquisition of Superb will allow the label to create in-house mobile games based on its bands.

Superb will use ‘s intellectual property to create global game releases. The acquisition is so fresh that no ground plans have been laid for future development schedules. Still, we could see more games based on popular K-pop groups.

Big Hit founder and CEO Bang Si-hyuk says the acquisition will help expand the label’s power.

“Big Hit believes games is an industry that can create strong synergy with music, our main focus. We believe this acquisition will provide positive value and opportunities to both companies, as well as Big Hit’s expanding multi-labels.”

Wait, there’s already at least one mobile game based on BTS, right?

Yep, you’re not crazy. BTS World released earlier this year in partnership with Netmarble.

Does this spell trouble for the Netmarble BTS mobile game, ?  Big Hit Entertainment says it will “continue to strengthen its partnership with Netmarble apart from the acquisition of Superb.”  BTS World is estimated to have raked in since it launched just a few months earlier in July. Not bad for a free-to-play game with the world’s most rabid fanbase.

Superb is a Seoul-based game developer that was established in 2016. Its most popular game is Pianista: The Legendary Virtuoso, which is a rhythm game on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.  Superb has also created another rhythm game based on Yumi’s Cells.