Bryson Tiller rolls with Jack Harlow on “Thru the Night,” the first single from his forthcoming project.
The bouncy jam, produced by The Understudy, finds the 21-year-old rapper teaming up with his fellow Louisville native over a sample of Usher’s “U Don’t Have to Call.”
The companion video, directed by Ace Pro and Nemo Achida, was shot at famed Louisville landmark, Robben’s Roost Skating Rink. Bryson and Jack lace up their roller skates during the fun-filled day before hitting the parking lot as the song switches up.
The Tiller collaboration was a dream come true for Harlow. “Trapsoul came out my senior year, and that’s all we were listening to in the ‘Ville,” he told Billboard. “I was riding around and playing that shit on repeat. He was the hottest thing going. I always dreamed of doing a song with him. Now that we got one, of course it means the world to me.”
In addition to readying the follow-up to last year’s Loose, Harlow will hit the road on “The Mission Tour.” The 29-date trek kicks off Oct. 18 in Chicago and wraps in his hometown of Louisville on Nov. 29.
In just a few short hours, YFN Lucci’s feud against Young Thug has picked up new implications. The two rappers had been going at each other in the shadows for years but after the release So Much Fun, Atlanta’s Lucci decided to call out the Slime God online. Since then, Lucc has been going up against Jerrika Karlae, Thug’s romantic partner, who he claims to have slept with numerous times. For what it’s worth, Karlae maintains that she has never been in the same bed as the rapper. Jeffery is keeping silent after a few threats were released from his mouth and now, it seems Lucc and Karlae are satisfied with just berating the other on live-streams, stories, and other means. In his attempt to close out the feud, Reginae Carter’s ex-boyfriend uploaded yet another belittling video where he calls Thug’s girl a liar.
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The rapper recorded a clip himself smoking a blunt and showing f his jewelry, being sly and adding a small mention directed at Jerrika Karlae. “Lying bitch,” he wrote at the bottom the screen. Clearly, YFN Lucci is not willing to take a loss in this battle. Karlae has shut him down several times at this point. Now, we’re just working f simple he-say-she-say. Until receipts are thrown on the table, this is bound to just be a petty online back-and-forth.
Today would’ve been Nipsey Hussle’s 34th birthday if he were still with us. Although he passed away at such a young age, he left us with a copious amount music to ride to, even if he technically only has one studio album to his name. He had a groundbreaking mixtape run early on in his career that included the sales the limited edition physical copies Crenshaw and Mailbox Money at $100 and $1000 per copy, respectively.
Nipsey first came on the scene with “Hussle In The House” but over the years as hip-hop evolved, he still managed to stay rooted in the sound West Coast. As we commemorate the life Nipsey Hussle, we look back on his lengthy discography and all the hits he made. We’ve curated some our favorite cuts that he’s dropped the Bullet Ain’t Got No Name Vol. 1 era all the way to Victory Lap for the ultimate Nipsey Hussle playlist.
La Flame recently gave fan a glimpse the latter, which will reportedly hit retailers in October in sizes for the whole fam. As seen on the feet the man himself, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low appears to feature an array materials, patterns and colors throughout the silhouette, highlighted by a gold zipper that runs the length the tongue.
A release date has not yet been announced but it is believed the men’s sizes will retail for $160, with toddler and pre-school sizes priced at $75 and $65, respectively.
Check out the early on-foot image below, and stay tuned for more release info.
Machine Gun Kelly teamed with GQ for the publication’s reoccurring segment that sees celebrities go undercover on social media and respond to the many questions and concerns had by fans. In the video below, you can see MGK logging into Instagram, YouTube, , Twitter and more to share his perspective on some the lingering statements about him online.
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At just under two-minutes, MGK confirms from his Wikipedia page that he did in fact work at Chipolte before his come up and would give away free chicken upgrades all the time. However, there was one part his job he hated and Lil Wayne‘s “Mrs. Officer” will always remind him it to this day. “I look back on those days fondly if I never have to smell hot steaming sour cream,” he explained, detailing how he had to wash dishes and clear sour cream f trays with hot water. “Mrs. Officer by Lil Wayne was always playing on the radio so I’ll never forget being like….Every time I hear that song I smell sour cream, it’s gross.”
Elsewhere in the clip, MGK reveals that he has a song completed with Lana Del Rey and even has some nice BTS shots to go with it. “I’ll put it out,” he said.
In this week’s edition FIRE EMOJI playlist, the name the game was “hold your ground” and keep away from danger. For the 3rd time in as many weeks, our selections were centered around ” overall quality,” allowing artists like YBN Cordae and Young Thugger to hug the block in the face competition. Even a college-eligible Drake managed to limp back into the race, with the standard re-issue 2011’s “The Motion” gracing our playlist in retroactive order.
Elsewhere on the FIRE EMOJI playlist, Peewee Longway marked his return with “Fiji Water,” a song in which the H20 euphemism drops down on its fours- joined by Lil Durk who retained his spot for a second week running f the strength “Die Slow” with 21 Savage. Much like Drake, Jay Critch earned his keep with an older entry note: 2017’s “I’m A Star.” On the outside-looking-in, sits Critch’s collaboration with Pi’erre Bourne, which has since been pulled from the rafters. Be sure to follow all HNHH Spotify playlists below, you won’t be disappointed in the least.
As he gears up for his new album, Snoop Dogg is taking a trip down memory lane on his new song “Let Bygones Be Bygones,” a dedication to Suge Knight.
The West Coast veteran reflects on his relationship with Dr. Dre, Master P, and the former Death Row Records CEO. “Me and Suge cool as a motherfucka,” says Snoop on the intro. “I’m cool with Suge, I’m cool with Master P, Dr. Dre—I’m cool with everybody.”
Snoop, who was 22 when he released his Death Row debut Doggystyle, reflects on the ups (“This man changed my life / We made history together”) and downs (“Yeah, he did some bullshit, I’m admitting that”) of his relationship with the controversial rap mogul.
Despite their troubled past, he acknowledges the impact Suge had on his life and career. “Suge Knight, a real ni**a, man / Think about all the great shit that you did / Let bygones be bygones,” he says. “Death Row Records will go down in history, ni**a / We did that.”
The D-O-Double-G also credits himself for getting Suge to sign Tupac (“I was at the motherfu**in’ top when I hit my ni**a up and said, ‘You need to grab ‘Pac’”), celebrates his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and pays his respects to the late Nate Dogg.
Snoop is set to release his 17th album I Wanna Thank Me later this month featuring the title track and Swizz Beatz-assisted “Countdown.”
FX has announced a new slate of documentary series, including one about Tupac and his mother Afeni Shakur. The network has greenlit Outlaw: The Saga of Afeni and Tupac Shakur, a five-episode series directed by Allen Hughes.
“Told through the eyes of the people who knew them best, Outlaw is an intimate wide-angle portrait of the most inspiring and dangerous mother-son duo in American history, whose unified message of freedom, equality, persecution and justice are more relevant today than ever,” FX said in a press release.
Hughes previously directed HBO’s 2017 miniseries The Defiant Ones, which profiled Dr. Dre and Interscope Records co-founder Jimmy Iovine. According to Deadline, the director secured a deal with the Tupac Estate to access released and unreleased recordings, writings and poetry in May.
Last year, Hughes recalled some of his dealings with the Tupac Estate for his HBO series during an interview with The Wrap.
“The Tupac Estate was — and I know them, they’re all old friends — but there was some stuff with him at the gun range that they were precious about,” he said. “My original cut is not the way it [eventually aired]. The family and the estate were really sensitive about taking things out of context when it came to weapons in his hands, you know? He was at a shooting range and it was pretty explosive in the original cut, and they were very, very, very adamant that we not do it that way.”
FX hasn’t revealed a premiere date for Outlaw. An official announcement is expected in the coming months.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has never been afraid to express himself or speak his mind, whether he’s on the field, on the sidelines or on the gram. The latest example this, came through the latter.
OBJ recently had it out with some trolls on instagram after they came at him about his sexuality and his relationship with IG model, Lauren ‘LoLo’ Wood. Apparently, some people have taken issue with the fact that OBJ is reportedly dating Wood, as evidenced by the responses to a comment he left on one her recent posts.
One commenter replied to Beckham, “thought you liked dudes.” A number women also compared OBJ to other black men who strictly date white women, which prompted the following response from the 26-year old Pro Bowler:
“alllllllottt the women in these comments whose hating (no disrespect at all) I wouldn’t holla at y’all if a bet was on the line. Stop it I’m very appreciative for women being placed on this Earth… I rallly really mean that, but some y’all commenting is hitttt”
Check out OBJ’s comments, as well as some additional photos his new girlfriend, in the posts embedded below.
As noted by some serious sleuths over at , a quick look at Sony’s FYQ1 Earnings report will show you that Bryson Tiller has an album releasing within the next six months. This information should be taken with a grain salt — after all, the report has not been confirmed by Tiller or his team — however, since it’s listed on the ficial Sony website, this could very well be the real deal. In the Supplemental Information section the presentation, several artists are listed for imminent releases before February 2020. Rick Ross, G-Eazy, Miley Cyrus, and others are all written but one name stood out to fans: Bryson Tiller.
There is nothing specifically pointing to Serenity arriving before next year but if Sony believes it’s dropping within six months, we’re inclined to believe them. Time to get excited.
If you were to think the most iconic shoes all-time, the Nike Air Max 1 would have to be on your list. The shoe was created in 1986 by Tinker Hatfield and was revolutionary because the fact it featured the Air Max unit visible in the midsole. Over the years, there have been a ton Air Max 1 colorways and Nike has always tried to keep the sneaker alive.
This year, Nike is helping honor Hatfield and the Air Max 1 by dropping this white and black “Schematic” colorway which is meant to show f the original sketches the shoe. There is writing all over the sneaker which actually signifies the exact markings Hatfield had made when drawing the shoe for the first time. It’s an interesting piece history and if you’re a sneakerhead, this could be a really interesting addition to your collection.
This week’s FIRE EMOJi playlist weighs heavy on the soul, thanks in part to the solipsistic work Young Thug and 24 Heavy on the latest cut slated for the Quality Control: Control The Streets Volume 2compilation. For the 3rd week running, QC: The Label let a single slip through the cracks. It won’t be long, August 16th to be exact- before the full project is up for consumption. So far so good.
Also gracing our weekly playlist is a solid contribution from Lil West, playing host to Calboy. “Want Love” is the hardest composite sketch the boys at Take A Daytrip have fered West thus far. The Delaware native is inching closer and closer to the release Vex Pt. 2. His inclusion within the shortlist XXL’s Freshman list for 2019- is but one many accolades the young spitter has garnered in a busy 2018-2019 stretch.
Elsewhere on the docket, YBN Cordae’s “Nightmares Are Real” featuring Pusha-T for a 2nd week in a row (it’s second in existence). Kevin Gates, Lil Durk, and Rick Ross were also fortunate to pick up where they left f last week. Always kept within a measure quality over quantity, our FIRE EMOJI playlist runs 100 songs deep, as always. Enjoy to the fullest, and be sure to follow all HNHH Spotify playlists below.
New Era has today launched their 2019 NFL Sideline Collection, featuring the hats that players and coaches will wear throughout the season. The collection pays homage to the NFL’s 100th season, honoring the decades that each NFL franchise was established.
1910’s-1920s: These caps feature a piped crown with a melton wool fabric and team color visor and team patch embroidery. Teams featured in this decade include Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants.
1930s – 1950s: Featuring a dark melton wool with a team logo patch, these caps feature the team’s established year, along with the current logo is displayed on the right side. Teams featured in this decade include Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins.
1960s: These caps combine popular styles from the 60s, like retro script logos and woven rope, with a modern look. The caps from this decade include Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Raiders, Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings.
1960s – 1970s: Screen-printed logos, foam and mesh were popular in this timeframe, so these caps feature screen-printed logos on a foam front and mesh backing. Teams featured in this decade include Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
1990s – 2000s: Caps from these decades include alternate color blocks within each team logo. Franchises featured in these decades include the Baltimore Ravens, Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Both “Home” and “Away” collections will be available in a mix styles, including the 59Fifty fitted, Low-prile 59FIFTY fitted, 9FIFTY snapback, 39THIRTY stretch fit and women’s 9TWENTY.
The New Era 2019 NFL Sideline Collection is available today neweracap.com with prices ranging from $27.99 – $39.99.
What a time to be live, if your pseudonym was one Rick Ross, Big Sean, YBN Cordae, Chance The Rapper or Yung Bans. The latter three constituents garnered major props for delivering on their promise a strong debut LP. Big Sean and Rozay on the other hand, used their time and space to mark their re-emergence from a scale zero to ad infinitum.
Submitted to our FIRE EMOJI playlist were the comeback efforts Rozay and Sean Don. Ross’ “Gold Roses” figures in the conversation thanks to Drake‘s reciprocity, owing back to “Money in the Grave” during the Toronto Raptors’ victory parade. Big Sean marked his return with “Single Again,” a song that refuses to be judged on its title alone. Moreover, Big Sean remains hopeful that moving away hedonistic in the advent loss, will do wonders for his craft. The early results have been favorable.
Rounding out our entrants this week are the aforementioned trio debutants, with a special exception to Chance The Rapper, whose Rookie Card realistically dates back to the 2016 season, as far as the eye can see. Kevin Gates was also fortunate enough to place within our ranks for the second week in a row, this time for his new single “Facts.” Be sure to follow all HNHH Spotify playlists below.
EA Sports has today revealed the cover stars for FIFA 20, which includes Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk and and Real Madrid attacker Eden Hazard.
According to today’s release, Hazard will grace the cover the FIFA 20 Standard Edition, while van Dijk appears on the Champions Edition, which is available presale three days before the Standard Edition. Both games are available for pre-order today, with the Standard Edition set to drop on September 27.
“EA Sports FIFA is the biggest football game on the planet, and I have been playing it for years against my brothers,” Hazard said in a press release. “I am lucky to have been on the cover before, but to be on FIFA 20 globally is amazing, and I hope to excite as many gamers as I do when I take the field for Real Madrid this season!”
“It is a huge honour for me to be on the cover FIFA 20,” Van Dijk said. “I’ve been playing FIFA for as long as I can remember, and so it’s an extremely proud moment for me to be representing Liverpool FC on the cover such an iconic game.”
Check out both covers, as well as the ficial gameplay trailer, below.