YFN Lucci’s built quite the buzz for himself over the past few months. The Atlanta native’s been spreading the hype all over with his street bangers that he’s been dropping. Last week, he released his Freda’s Son EP with short notice that served as a little something to hold over until the release his debut album. Lucci’s been teasing the release Ray Ray From Summer Hill for a minute now and it looks like we’ll be receiving it shortly. The rapper has ficially revealed the release date and cover art for the project.
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YFN Lucci’s debut album Ray Ray From Summer Hill has been teased for a minute but the rapper will ficially be releasing it on March 9th. As we inch closer to the release date, the rapper unveils the ficial album art to the project. The simple cover art is straight forward with an image the rapper in black and white in front a plain, grey background.
YFN Lucci kicked f the campaign for his album with the release “Boss Life” featuring Offset which did end up sparking some controversy due to Set’s verse. However, he followed that with the Meek Mill-assisted banger “Street Kings” in January. While those are just two singles, they serve as a glimpse what to expect from the “Propane” rapper.
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Upon the release his Ray Ray From Summer Hill, the rapper will also be celebrating its release at SXSW on March 14th for the Pandora showcase. If you’re in Austin, make sure you check that out and peep the album art below.
Earlier today, Offset issued an apology following allegations homophobia from his verse on YFN Lucci’s “Boss Life.” The rapper claimed he used the dictionary definition the word “queer” and didn’t mean to fend the LGBTQ community. Of course, the backlash comes after allegations that he cheated on Cardi B with footage him cheating surfacing the web. Regardless, Cardi B’s stood by her man’s side through all it. I mean, he put a $500K ring on her finger and then got her name visibly tattooed on his neck. After a fan suggested she leave Offset for someone better, Cardi spoke her peace.
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In a since-deleted tweet, Cardi B set the record straight after a fan said she deserves better. The Bronx rapper said that since she met Offset, he changed her life for the better. She said that he helped her build her confidence in her music as well as help bring her get her business straight.
While she did a quick post and delete, she followed that tweet with something a bit less forward that she kept on her timeline. “People are just too miserable for me,” she wrote, “I’m sorry I’m to blessed to be dealing with ya shit today.The negativity is not going to tarnish my feelings from these blessings and opportunities I’m getting .Have a good day.”
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Many other people have chimed in on Offset’s controversial lyrics. LGBTQ songwriter, Starrah, condemned homophobia in hip hop and continued to prove the influence the LGBTQ community in hip hop and pop culture as a whole.
You could check Cardi’s tweets below.