Megan Thee Stallion Drops Jaws With Latex Thirst Trap

No stranger to dropping a thirst trap here and there, Megan Thee Stallion just uploaded her latest attempt to shut down the internet in a black latex get-up. Nicki Minaj isn’t the only female rapper who can stun the masses in skin-tight, latex outfits. Megan Thee Stallion is coming for the throne in all aspects the game, aiming for perfection with her music and with her look. Flexing her all-natural curves, the Houston-bred superstar just let us in on her latest.

Megan Thee Stallion Drops Jaws With Latex Thirst Trap
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During what appears to be a music video shoot — possibly for her new single “B.I.T.C.H.” — Megan Thee Stallion flaunted her incredible body in an ultra-revealing ‘fit, embracing her curves and feeling all up on herself. The confidence is pouring out this one with the star looking as comfortable as ever with dozens folks looking on in the background. While it’s undetermined whether this look will be part the video for “B.I.T.C.H,” it’s very possible that this has something to do with her upcoming debut studio album Suga

Megan Thee Stallion recently celebrated her twenty-fifth birthday in star-studded fashion, inviting Tory Lanez, DaBaby, and others to her party. We’re sure there was a lot boat-driving involved at the shindig.

Take a look at the video below.

The Weeknd "After Hours" Single Has Fans Hitting Repeat

Yesterday, The Weeknd surprised us with the cover art for his fourth studio album, After Hours. It features a headshot the bloody-faced character that he has been channeling in the previous singles’ music videos. Along with this reveal, the Toronto artist teased that the project’s third single would be arriving later that evening. Lo and behold, the After Hours title track is in our possession and we know the rest the album will arrive on March 20. 

After giving “After Hours” its first spins since its midnight release, fans are reacting very favorably. Many have reported that they are stuck with the song on loop, as one play the six-minute epic is still not enough to satisfy their cravings. Another common observation being made is that “After Hours” gives f similar vibes to The Weeknd’s beloved mixtape trilogy: House Balloons, Thursday, and Echoes Silence. While this new fering is certainly more upbeat, the slow-burn intro and the brooding outro post-beat switch have people reminiscing about the Abel they first grew to love. 

What do you think  “After Hours”? Are you feeling optimistic about the album? The tweeters below definitely are. 


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Eminem & 50 Cent Wish Dr. Dre A Happy Birthday

Eminem and 50 Cent gave Dr. Dre some serious birthday love on Instagram to celebrate the 55-year-old legend’s special day. As two Dre’s biggest success stories, Em and Fif each shared a sweet birthday post for the man to whom they’d both agree they owe their careers, showing him just how much they love and appreciate everything he’s done for them. Em made clever use some the most well-known lyrics from one his countless hits. The rapper took a snippet from the music video for his song, “Without Me,” to instruct his followers on what exactly to do on this very important day. In the clip, Em dons a superhero suit while he and and Dre drive around town, headbanging to the beginning the song’s chorus: “This looks like a job for me, so everybody, just follow me.”

The video reads, “The moment you realize it’s Dre’s birthday,” and in the caption the post, Em wrote, “So everybody just follow me… and wish @drdre a happy birthday!” Genius. 50’s post was a little more straight forward, but he had some very kind words for Dre.

“Happy Birthday to the most influential man in hip hop,” he wrote on a photo Dre. “God bless @drdre it’s all LOVE.” Dre and Em recently attended the induction ceremony for 50’s star on the Hollywood Walk Fame, where Fif expressed some kind words to the man who launched his career. Thanking both Dre and Em for attending, 50 stated, “I don’t honestly think my career would have been without their support. Dre is a mentor for the whole squad really. He’s been doing it long before it. He’s able to guide us in different ways without even knowing he’s doing it.” 

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Dre recently revealed that he, Ice T, and Xzibit have been working on some new music together. The iconic producer has really been putting some time in at the studio lately, even adding his magic touch to four tracks f Em’s album, Music To Be Murdered Bywhich he dropped as a surprise back in January.

Lil Zane Reflects On Rejecting Diddy’s Deal & Why Rap Career Faded

Do you remember Lil Zane? Twenty years ago, the rapper was a teenager who had just released his debut album Young World: The Future. His hit single “Callin Me” featuring 112 topped the charts, and his music industry future looked promising. He’d soon collaborate with the likes Tank, Lil Scrappy, Jacob Latimore, Shawty Lo, and many others, but Zane mysteriously disappeared from the limelight. 

Lil Zane Reflects On Rejecting Diddy's Deal & Why Rap Career Faded
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Zane made waves when he appeared on 112’s “Anywhere” and received his first plaque for a hit song, but in his recent feature for BET’s Finding BET series, the rapper admitted to turning down a deal from Diddy. According to Zane, his manager was launching a label and because they had a close relationship, he decided to stick with the team he knew instead inking a deal with Bad Boy Records. “I think that Diddy respected that,” Zane said, adding with a laugh, “Don’t make stupid decisions when you grow up, kids. Don’t make decisions with your heart, make them with your mind.”

The rapper also shared a story about collaborating with Bow Wow, Sammie, and Lil Wayne on the 2001 single “Hardball.” During the music video shoot, Zane and Bow Wow had a bit a tiff when they both wanted to wear the same Atlanta jersey, but Zane explained that they were young with egos and now they’ve put the past behind them.

Ultimately, Zane accused his label sabotaging his career. He said he would be at a record store for an album signing but there were no copies his album at the location. He also reportedly worked on projects and songs but he claims the label wouldn’t release them. He ended up taking acting jobs just to earn money to live. Zane revealed that his biggest regret was not learning the business in the early days because he found out too late that he’d been taken advantage at the beginning his career. Watch his full episode below.

Blueface & DaBaby Pose With Presidential Impostor On "Obama" Music Video Set

Just over a week since they released their joint single “Obama,” Blueface and DaBaby share bits from the set their music video. The track is set to be included on Blueface’s anticipated release Find The Beat, a project that the “Thotiana” rapper has been teasing for a while now. The Cash Money West rapper had a huge year in 2019 as his viral track topped the charts, and many are waiting to see if he’ll be able to follow in the footsteps his own success with his ficial debut.

On Tuesday (February 18), both Blueface and DaBaby shared some behind-the-scenes clips themselves filming the visual that nicely coincides with an election year. The video is complete with a mock Oval Office and a fake Barack Obama behind the Commander-in-Chief’s desk. The two rappers show f their shining jewelry for the camera as they take orders from the director as to how the scene will play out.

Blueface also uploaded a video himself alongside the Fake Obama as the rapper attempts to teach him how to do his signature dance move. Unfortunately, it didn’t come out just right, but that’s because Impostor Obama has hip-action all his own. Check out the clips below along with Blueface and DaBaby’s new single “Obama.”

The Weeknd Shares "After Hours" Album Cover, New Single Out Tonight

After leaving his fans under the impression that his next album would be titled “Chapter VI” for some time, The Weeknd revealed last week that we actually have After Hours on the way. Regardless what the project may be called, people were still left itching for a release date. There was speculation that it would drop shortly after that announcement to coincide with the Toronto crooner’s birthday on February 16. Well, it’s now the 18th and the album is still M.I.A. and its release window remains a mystery. 

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We now have more reason to believe that After Hours is not too far away. The Weeknd just shared its cover art, which tends to be one the final stages a rollout. The cover is a headshot the character that Abel has been embodying for the project’s promo so far, all bloodied as he has appeared in the manic music videos for its first two singles, “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights”. This reveal comes along with some more info: “Heartless” will serve as Track 7 and “Blinding Lights” will serve as Track 9. The total length the tracklist is still unknown. 

We will also be getting Track 13  After Hours tonight, which will be the album’s title track. We don’t know whether it will be a midnight release or earlier, but stay tuned. After Hours is on the horizon. What do you think the cover? 

Lil Baby "My Turn" Tracklist: Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Lil Wayne, & More

It’s been a while since Lil Baby impacted the world with a brand new album and, in a number weeks, the Atlanta star will be returning with My Turn, his latest body work. Announcing the project earlier this year, the Quality Control rapper shared his cover artwork and continued dropping singles to promote his recent material, including “Woah,” “Catch The Sun,” and “Sum 2 Prove.” Alongside the release the fresh music video for “Sum 2 Prove,” the pre-order is ficially open for My Turn, unveiling the tracklist as a result. 

Lil Baby "My Turn" Tracklist: Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Lil Wayne, & More
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It’s Lil Baby’s turn to take over the world. He’s been watching from the sidelines for far too long and he’s fed up watching his peers get more shine than him. Aiming for a successful debut, Baby is loading his upcoming album with twenty songs and some very exciting features. In addition to Gunna, Moneybagg Yo, Young Thug and others, the body work will be complemented by Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, and Future. All the aforementioned singles will be included and we’re expecting to hear even more before the ficial drop next week.

Take a look at the full tracklist below and let us know which song you’re most excited to hear on February 28.


1. Get Ugly
2. Heatin Up (feat. Gunna)
3. How
4. Grace (feat. 42 Dugg)
5. Woah
6. Live Off My Closet (feat. Future)
7. Same Thing
8. Emotionally Scarred
9. Commercial (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
10. Forever (feat. Lil Wayne)
11. Can’t Explain
12. No Sucker (feat. Moneybagg Yo)
13. Sum 2 Prove
14. We Should (feat. Young Thug)
15. Catch The Sun (From “Queen & Slim: The Soundtrack”)
16. Consistent
17. Gang Signs
18. Hurtin
19. Forget That (feat. Rylo Rodriguez)
20. Solid

Kobe Bryant Lamborghini Owner Puts Luxury Whip Up For Sale: $170K

The tributes to Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna continue to pour in worldwide. New murals are created almost daily, the father-daughter duo are constantly mentioned in interviews, and on the heels NBA All-Star Weekend, the Bryant’s continue to make headlines. Jennifer Hudson gave a moving tribute to the late basketball icon and we’re sure that the entertainment and sports industries aren’t even close to finishing their tributes to Kobe.

One person said he was “so moved” after learning about the helicopter crash that took the lives Kobe, his daughter, and their seven friends that he decided to wrap his 2015 Lamborghini Huracan in a full Los Angeles Lakers Bryant tribute. We previously reported on the Lambo as it was spotted cruising around Chicago during All-Star Weekend, and now TMZ states they’ve spoken to the owner who is ready to part ways with his Kobe-pride ride.

Joe Carbonara told the publication that he took his silver Lamborghini to X-Treme Graphics in the Chicago area to get his car custom-designed. It reportedly took two days to complete the job and while the whip has gone viral, Carbonara has put it up for sale. Before it exchanges hands, however, Carbonera intends to flaunt it as much as possible “in music videos and at special events.” If you want to be the next owner, Carbonara is willing to part with the Kobe-designed vehicle for $170K. Check out some photos and video clips the custom Lambo.

NBA YoungBoy’s New Video Could Land Him In Huge Trouble

Baton Rouge rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again is playing with fire right now because, after the release his brand new song and music video for “Bad Bad,” which is expected to appear on the tracklisting for Still Flexin Still Steppin, he is being investigated for a blatant use weapons. 

The 20-year-old rapper is currently in the midst a major rise in his career, celebrating his accomplishments as one the most-viewed video artists on YouTube, doubling statistics from superstars like DaBaby and Post Malone. He will be releasing his next body work in the coming days, continuing his rollout with “Bad Bad” dropping earlier today. In the video for the hard-hitting track, NBA YoungBoy is surrounded by members his crew, the majority which are carrying items that appear to be semi-automatic guns. According to ABC affiliate WBRZ2, this could pose a major issue for the blossoming rapper as he recently got out prison for violating the terms his probation in the summer. 

As a convicted felon, YoungBoy Never Broke Again is not allowed to own or operate any weapons and, obviously, guns would be included in that arrangement. However, the video for “Bad Bad,” which was shot following his release from prison this year, is likely to be brought up if the star comes in contact with the police. YB is one many men in the video to carry a handgun (among other firearms) in the video, which may end up in additional charges being handed down to the 20-year-old.

NBA YoungBoy's New Video Could Land Him In Huge Trouble
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In addition to the complications that YoungBoy may face from the display, his 17-year-old little brother could also find himself in serious trouble for appearing in the video alongside Never Broke Again. Jeffrey Tate was among three juveniles arrested in connection to the murder  17-year-old Javon Brown late last year. 

East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore was questioned whether the two young men could be charged for their roles in the music video. Apparently, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has more a chance getting additional charges because his reality as a convicted felon. His little brother will reportedly not end up in any hot water over this.

“Nothing will be done to Tate because he is not a convicted felon, nor is he under bond obligation,” said Moore.

“Bad Bad” was released earlier today as part the much-anticipated rollout for NBA YoungBoy’s new album Still Flexin Still Steppin. The rapper has been in and out jail for much his career, unable to stay out trouble so that he could reach his full potential. Since the summer, YB was on house arrest before that condition was lifted and he was permitted the chance to travel for tour dates. This may mean that provisions will be even more strict in the future for him.

What do you make this? Do you think it was a smart move for YoungBoy Never Broke Again to release the video at this time?

Tyga Has Been Making Hits For A Decade

From silence, the deep synthesized baseline erupts – brewed only by the words stirred in Tyga’s imagination. Volcanically, with the repetition each stanza a beat builds, cooled by the raspy yet fluent delivery Michael Ray Stevenson. As recognizable as any song from the 2000s, without “Rack City” there may be no Tyga. Not in the way that we have come to recognize him. The song was an important turning point in a career with unrealized promise, the red carpet that welcomed many more hit records to follow. It helped Tyga unearth his signature style and sound, a cacophony hedonistic minimalism. Aside from the masterful production and Tyga’s impeccable delivery – it contains the lyric “got your grandma on my d*ck.”

“Rack City” is an architectural throwback to the pre-golden era rap, fueled by simplistic genius. Everyone from Jeezy to Charles Hamilton hopped on the beat but none were able to truly unlock its brilliance. There’s something to be said about Tyga’s compelling lack presence, fueled by sheer overconfidence. This formula served as the equation that unlocked Tyga’s recipe for success. It marked a transition for the artist. No longer was he pinballing around on hit tracks as a feature. Now he was dominating a song that seemed sculpted from nothing, all for him. 

Tyga Has Been Making Hits For A Decade

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Documenting Tyga’s career comes in two separate time periods: BC and AC. Before Careless World & after Careless World, his best all-around album. What makes the album so good as a body work is that Tyga has the entirety his rapping ability on display. Not to mention the hunger in his voice. He lyrically holds his own on “King & Queens” which features Nas and Wale, with “Black Crowns” being another notable cut. For an up and comer, this was an exquisite showing rap propensity. It had depth and levity. The album made fans excited because it looked like Tyga was on a rocket ship to superstardom. Throughout the Well Done series and projects like Hotel California, it seemed as if T-Raww had hit his musical stride. Bass from Tyga singles was shaking walls in strip clubs around America. It all seemed too easy.

Until things started to happen. Speed bumps and maybe the weight expectations or stardom began to trip up the hit-maker. He split with his fiance and mother his child, Blac Chyna, in 2014. That same year he claimed Young Money was holding his music hostage. Later he’d release the project independently and on a Breakfast Club interview, he alleged Young Money never paid him. His fourth studio album, 2015’s The Gold Album, was dismal, selling only around 2,000 copies in the first week. He had a highly scrutinized relationship with Kylie Jenner which damaged his reputation as she was underaged when the romance reportedly started. Not helping matters was a lawsuit from several women in his “Make it Nasty” music video and reports him facing eviction for unpaid rent.

His once confident sound grew tired. Between the years 2016 and 2017 Tyga only had one song chart at all. On his sixth album, 2018’s Kyoto, Tyga strayed from his signature style in favor a conceptual approach. It didn’t exactly resonate with his fans. It felt like a heartbreak album that might’ve been better as an outgoing attachment to Kylie Jenner’s email. It was his only album not to chart. 

So, where does this modern iteration Tyga flourish? His best gift is the smooth, too-cool-for-school presence he brings to the booth. Tyga is one those artists that can let the production do the heavy lifting. There is a skill in that, adding exactly what needs to be added. His greatest skill may be corralling star-studded casts super producers and co-collaborators on his songs. His 2019 album, Legendary is an example this. “Taste” featuring Offset peaked at No. 8 on Billboard, his first Top 10 hit in nearly 10 years.

There is undeniably a uniqueness in his voice that’s perfect for radio. His flow is as effortless as it is unspectacular; don’t expect Tyga to wow you with complex bars or catch you f guard with metaphors or double entendres. Can’t forget the cool ass ad-libs. He’s not going to say anything pround but boy is it fun to bounce to. And that’s okay, there’s a time a place. On Black Thoughts Vol. 1 & 2 he does showcase some his versatility, though this Tyga we see few and far between. This Tyga diverts from the ultra-simplistic “Rack City” style and focuses more heavily on the writing, variance in delivery and rhyme schemes. Some the core elements we saw on Careless World years before.

Why doesn’t Tyga get more respect? To be brutally blunt, general cornball behavior and hiccups that gives fuel to TMZ and blog headlines. He’s clowned mostly for his persona outside the studio which, perhaps unjustly, alters how fans feel about his music. No need to go into detail. Some his wounds have been self-inflicted. No doubt. I do, however, believe the slander he attracts is well overstated. Pro that comes with the run he’s been on the last year and a half. One the best comebacks in a while. In the last two years, he’s dropped “SWISH,” “Dip,” “Girls Have Fun,” “Bop,” “Haute,” and “Goddamn.” Lie and say you haven’t bopped to one these recently. 

Tyga Has Been Making Hits For A Decade

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So is Tyga over or underrated by the hip-hop community? In my opinion, Tyga may deserve a LITTLE more cache – if only for remaining relevant as long as he has. In relistening to much his catalog while writing this, I would surmise most his critics indict him for never again quite generating a body work as comprehensive as Careless World. There’s weight to that claim; Tyga seems to have left some potential untapped. Regardless, It’s not easy to make yourself stick around the music industry and drop Billboard-worthy bangers in year ten. People have a hard time getting past the headlines and drama. Still, the man has had two top-ten singles and a bevy other bombs to his name.

One thing Tyga definitely has is commercial and crossover appeal. The 30-year old has ventured outside the gates hip-hop, blending his sound with other genres to find himself on tracks like “Ayy Macarena,” “Mamacita,” and “Tony Montana.” He recently signed a massive new deal with Columbia Records, a division Sony. It seems he’s finding ways to reinvent himself and touch an even broader fanbase. Most importantly, it seems like he’s back to having fun making music. For a stretch, it sounded like he lost some that passion and focus. But after a monumental comeback –one that ultimately led him to dub his latest album Legendary– Tyga has realigned.

Eminem & Juice WRLD’s "Godzilla" Getting Music Video

When Eminem emerged from the blue to drop Music To Be Murdered By, curiosity brought many listeners to the Juice WRLD collaboration “Godzilla.” A playful and dexterous rap clinic produced by D.A. Doman, the track seemed tailor-made for radio play, a callback to the carefree days “Without Me” and “The Real Slim Shady,” or perhaps a less serious counterpart to the more recent “Rap God.” Not to mention that it happened to mark the first link-up between Eminem and Juice WRLD, one hip-hop’s open Slim Shady fanboys. 

Eminem & Juice WRLD's "Godzilla" Getting Music Video

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With the track already having experienced commercial success and breaking a Guinness World Record for fastest rap verse, it’s no wonder that Slim and his people have decided to give it the ficial single treatment. As such, “Godzilla” will follow “Darkness” as the next video from Music To Be Murdered By. 

The news was confirmed by Em’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg, who confirmed some truly outlandish visual antics destined to put “Rap God” to shame. ” I remember when we made the “Rap God”] video and Em kept saying he literally wanted a laptop in his back pocket and he wanted to levitate in a cipher (smh, we made it happen),” he writes, Instagram. “Wait until you see what he does in “Godzilla”!”

As now, a release date has yet to be revealed. Look for more news on the upcoming “Godzilla” video in the days to come — it shouldn’t be too long now.

Eminem’s "Rap God" Hits 1 Billion Views On Youtube

Eminem‘s “Rap God” music video has ficially hit the one billion-view benchmark on YouTube, marking yet another monumental milestone for the Detroit veteran’s catalog.

The clip, first released in November 2013, served as a teaser for the now multi-platinum Marshall Mathers LP 2. Directed by Rich Lee, the video featured an 80s aesthetic that parodied the Max Headroom character as Em laid siege to the title his track.

In preparation for this milestone. Eminem launched the website in order to count towards the views that would reach the mark. “Rap God” now goes down as Eminem’s third video to hit one billion views, joining the company his “Not Afraid” cut and the Rihanna-assisted “Love The Way You Lie,” which is inching closer toward 2 billion these days. 

The only other rap song to have 1 billion views or more is Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s “See Yu Again,” which boasts 4.4 billion views. 

It continues to prove to be a strong showing for Em this year as the milestone joins other accomplishments already achieved in 2020 as his Music To Be Murdered By surprise drop became his 10th consecutive No. 1 album. In addition, Eminem claimed a shot at redemption when he surprised everyone with a performance his “Lose Yourself” at the OScar’s this year to commemorate the track’s win for Best Orignal Song for 8 Mile in 2003.

Chris Brown Posts & Deletes Clip Of Karrueche Tran

Chris Brown was reminiscing on his relationship with Karrueche Tran on Valentine’s Day, as he posted a clip her from his “Autumn Leaves” music video on his Instagram story while she spent the special day with her boyfriend, Victor Cruz. While many folks celebrate the holiday love with their significant others or even friends or family, Chris was caught up in his feelings about a lost love. The singer shared a snippet from his “Autumn Leaves” music video for his 61.1 million Instagram followers to see, before quickly taking the story down from his page.

The share comes as a bit a surprise, considering the two have not been an item for quite some time. The former couple began dating way back in 2010, and were on and f until Chris revealed that he had impregnated Nia Guzman in 2015. Since then, Chris and Karrueche have gone their separate ways, and she was even granted a restraining order against him, due to his alleged domestic abuse.

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In fact, Karrueche has been cuffed to football player, Victor Cruz, since 2017. While Chris was busy hinting to the world that he wants her back, Karrueche was celebrating V-Day with her honey.

It’s even been rumoured that Chris has recently gotten back together with his ex-girlfriend and baby mother, Ammika Harris. The two have been dropping major hints that they’ve rekindled their romance, and it was even speculated that they had gotten engaged. However, Chris’ latest social media move has us thinking that the two are just co-parents and nothing more.

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A few weeks ago, Chris pulled a similar stunt when he posted a brief clip himself from an old interview, writing in the caption that he was “still in love with her,” but failing to specify who he was referring to. He ultimately deleted that post as well, but fans had already started speculating that he was referring to Karrueche or his other ex, Rihanna.

Mya’s Secret Seychelles Wedding May Have Been Staged

Mya made headlines this week when the singer allegedly got married in a secret ceremony in the Seychelles late last year, but now it looks like the wedding may have just been part a music video for her song, “The Truth.” The news broke on Wednesday that Mya had reportedly gotten married to a mystery partner in a secret wedding in the Seychelles months ago. Though she’s been linked to notable men like Dave East, Larry Johnson, The Game, and Jay-Z in the past, Mya has kept her relationship matters super private these past few years, so it makes sense that nobody would have any idea who she supposedly tied the knot with. On Friday, the singer addressed the speculation surrounding her unknown spouse, however, by sharing a photo herself on Instagram standing on a beach on Seychelles Island, wearing a beautiful white gown and veil. She captioned the photo, “Thank you for all the beautiful messages & happy V-day. 🙏🏾💙~ Officially, Mrs. Lansky. Wedding day link in bio.”

By visiting the link in Mya’s Instagram bio, her followers presumably thought they’d also find out who her mystery spouse is, and they were partially right. The link leads to the ficial music video for her song, “My Truth,” in which Mya, donning the same bridal look from her IG photo including the wedding dress and black, pulled back hairdo, marries a different version herself wearing a black gown with her blonde hair down.

While she may have gotten married to herself for these visuals, the question  whether or not Mya actually did get married in real life remains, due to one little detail in her post: she referred to herself as “Mrs. Lansky.” Who is Mr. Lansky? And did she actually marry him, or is her “truth” that she has chosen to “marry herself” as an act self-love? More questions than answers remain, but Mya is doing a great job keeping everyone on their toes.

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Aloe Blacc Inks Global Recording Pact With BMG — New Album This Year

BMG has inked Aloe Blacc to a multiyear recording agreement, with content releasing immediately.

As part of the new deal, Blacc released a single, “I Do,” from his upcoming, currently unnamed fourth album. The track and its corresponding video are seemingly perfect fits for Valentine’s Day, as they detail and explore Blacc’s marriage to Australian artist Maya Jupiter; the two recently celebrated their 10-year anniversary. 

Blacc officially launched his solo career in 2006, with Shine Through. The work was well-received by fans and critics, as was its 2010 follow up, Good Things. On the heels of this success, Blacc signed with Interscope Records and dropped Lift Your Spirit. He has also collaborated with the late DJ Avicii. 

In the extended cut of the “I Do” music video, which has also been released, fans can watch Blacc and Jupiter agree to renew their vows; Blacc surprised Jupiter with the news. Additionally, the two speak of the hectic circumstances surrounding their first wedding ceremony, which Blacc attended directly after a performance. 

Speaking of the Blacc signing, Dominique Casimir, BMG’s EVP Continental Europe Repertoire and Marketing, said that his team is “immensely proud” to launch the artist’s fourth studio album. 

Blacc, for his part, said he sought to create an equally personal and universal song for his wife; one that would reflect their time together while also being applicable to other happy spouses around the world. 

BMG belonged to German conglomerate Bertelsmann until being fully acquired by Sony (after a 2004 to 2008 partnership). Subsequently, a new BMG brand was launched, and it aimed to serve as both a publishing house and a record label. BMG now claims to be the fourth largest music publisher, and the ‘first new global player in the recordings business in decades.’

The brand slowly and steadily picked up steam, adding more and more high-profile artists to its ranks, and has since emerged as a relative industry powerhouse. BMG’s 2018 earnings neared $600 million.