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Gunna’s Upcoming Album Is Filled With Heavy-Hitter Features From Drake to Chlöe!

Gunna’s Upcoming Album Is Filled With Heavy-Hitter Features From Drake to Chlöe!
Gunna means business! The "Drip Too Hard" rapper revealed the tracklist to his upcoming album, Drip Season 4, and there are features on features that have us excited. Drake, Future, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, G Herbo, Yung Bleu, Roddy Ricch, and more will appear on the album.

His sole female feature artist is Chlöe - his rumored romance. The song is titled, "You & Me." Last month, Gunna showed support for the R&b singer at the 2021 American Music Awards. After the ceremony, he told Billboard that they're "not dating." He did, however, reveal that they were recording two songs that could go on either of their upcoming albums. "We've definitely got new music coming, for sure. She can have it. She can have whatever she wants," he said. So, there's another Chlöe x Gunna song out there! Until then, get hyped for Drip Season 4 , and check out the tracklist ahead.
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The Best Movie Soundtracks of 2021 So Far

The Best Movie Soundtracks of 2021 So Far
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Pressing play on a song can transport you back in time and rustle up memories from your favorite movies, or maybe even a personal experience. We might not always notice, but musical soundtracks are a major part in the evolution of cinema. Although soundtracks tend to differ from film scores in that they’re usually inspired by a film vs. written specifically for it, but sometimes the movie soundtrack is just as big (if not bigger) than the film itself.

In celebration of the films released this year, we put together a beginner’s guide to seven of the best movie soundtracks of 2021 (so far). Find the list below, and for more music
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G Herbo Is One of Hip-Hop’s Most Productive Artists but He Still Wants More

G Herbo Is One of Hip-Hop’s Most Productive Artists but He Still Wants More
Herbert Wright was a ten-year-old kid living in Chicago when Lil Wayne released Tha Carter II. It was the first Wayne release made after Hurricane Katrina pushed him from his native New Orleans. The album ushered in an era in which Wayne would tower above the rest of the rap world as the genre’s ravenous antihero. That resonated with the young Chicagoan. “I just felt the hunger,” Wright says of hearing the album when it came out. “Hearing the hunger in his voice, seeing what he meant to music
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Roddy Ricch Takes the Stage at Rs x Vivid Seats Official Lollapalooza After Party at Tao Chicago

Roddy Ricch Takes the Stage at Rs x Vivid Seats Official Lollapalooza After Party at Tao Chicago
Tao Chicago was immersed in its requisite red and blue mood lighting on Saturday, July 31st, as a number of popular musicians congregated onstage, including Marshmello, Chance the Rapper, G Herbo, Peter Cottontale, and Supa Bwe. The room was packed with Lollapalooza attendees and Vivid Seats Rewards members, as part of the leading live event and ticketing marketplace’s launch of its new loyalty program.

As the DJ played a series of songs to hype up the crowd — including Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle” — girls danced on elevated platforms,
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Rs x Vivid Seats Official Lollapalooza After Party at Tao Chicago

Rs x Vivid Seats Official Lollapalooza After Party at Tao Chicago
Tao Chicago was immersed in its requisite red and blue mood lighting on Saturday, July 31st, as a number of popular musicians congregated onstage, including Marshmello, Chance the Rapper, G Herbo, Peter Cottontale, and Supa Bwe. The room was packed with Lollapalooza attendees and Vivid Seats Rewards members, as part of the leading live event and ticketing marketplace’s launch of its new loyalty program.

As the DJ played a series of songs to hype up the crowd — including Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle” — girls danced on elevated platforms,
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DaBaby Dropped From Governors Ball Festival Following Homophobic Remarks

DaBaby Dropped From Governors Ball Festival Following Homophobic Remarks
DaBaby has been dropped from the 2021 Governors Ball lineup over his homophobic remarks and comments about HIV/AIDS victims at Rolling Loud Miami.

On Monday, August 2nd, Governors Ball shared a new poster on Twitter with DaBaby’s name now absent from the September 24th lineup (his artist page on the Gov Ball website also brings up an error message). The accompanying tweet teased a new “lineup addition,” while a full statement was also issued: “Founders Entertainment does not and will not tolerate hate or discrimination of any kind. We
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From Machine Gun Kelly’s Surprise Set to Journey, Here Are the Most Memorable Lollapalooza Moments

From Machine Gun Kelly’s Surprise Set to Journey, Here Are the Most Memorable Lollapalooza Moments
Lollapalooza 2021 was packed with about as much drama as one might expect from a massive festival held during a pandemic. Still, it was also full of life-affirming musical moments. Below, we present just a sampling of those joyful live performances.

Miley Cyrus Brings Out Billy Idol for “White Wedding

From back-to-back hip-hop guests to non-stop mega-hits, there was a lot to love about Miley Cyrus’ headlining set on the first night of Lollapalooza. By far the biggest moment came when Billy Idol casually waltzed onstage to join her for “Night
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Foo Fighters Take a Victory Lap, DaBaby Replaced With Young Thug on Lollapalooza’s Final Night

Foo Fighters Take a Victory Lap, DaBaby Replaced With Young Thug on Lollapalooza’s Final Night
The last time the Foo Fighters headlined Lollapalooza’s flagship festival in Chicago in 2011, the band appeared to have the power to control the skies. During “My Hero,” every guitar stroke seemed dramatically timed to each torrential downpour, eliciting buoyant cheers from the crowd. Back then, weather was the typical worry at an outdoor festival. Now, of course, the main concern over large gatherings such as Lolla is the potential to become a super-spreader event.

In a press conference on Sunday morning before the festival resumed for its fourth and
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Lollapalooza Removes DaBaby From Lineup After Homophobic Remarks

Lollapalooza Removes DaBaby From Lineup After Homophobic Remarks
Following a week of condemnation in the aftermath of DaBaby’s homophobic remarks at Miami’s Rolling Loud, Lollapalooza announced Sunday that the rapper’s scheduled set at the Chicago fest has been canceled.

“Lollapalooza was founded on diversity, inclusivity, respect, and love,” the festival tweeted Sunday. “With that in mind, DaBaby will no longer be performing at Grant Park tonight.”

The festival added that Young Thug — the subject of Rolling Stone’s new digital cover story — would slide up into DaBaby’s headlining slot on the reconfigured Sunday schedule,
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Miley Cyrus Gives Lollapalooza the Wild Party It Craves on Night One

Miley Cyrus Gives Lollapalooza the Wild Party It Craves on Night One
Teenagers aren’t typically known for being on time, but the crowd waiting to enter Lollapalooza on Thursday morning proved that generalization wrong. “By 11:30 a.m., it was already poppin’, and usually it’s dead then,” a 25-year-old woman told her friends while waiting for Jimmy Eat World to take the stage. She was right. Thousands of fans arrived early this year in hopes of staking out good sightlines, posing for photo ops, and roaming their first music festival in two years. Wearing fishnet stockings and cowboy hats galore,
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Rs Charts: Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Spends Fourth Week at Number One

Rs Charts: Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Spends Fourth Week at Number One
Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour spent a fourth week at Number One on the Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums chart. Sour initially debuted at Number One with the biggest consumption week of the year before being knocked from the top perch. It has now rebounded to Number One twice, and after reclaiming the top spot last week, Sour easily maintained its position on the latest chart with 7,700 sales and more than 93 million streams. Taylor Swift is the only other female artist to have an album spend as many weeks at Number One.
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Drake Bounces Back to Number One, Taylor Swift Hits Milestone on Artists 500 Chart

Drake Bounces Back to Number One, Taylor Swift Hits Milestone on Artists 500 Chart
Drake has bounced back to the top of the Rolling Stone Artists 500 chart for the week of July 2nd through July 8th.

The rapper’s 117.4 million song streams were enough for him to earn his 26th non-consecutive week at Number One on the Artists 500 chart, and extending his own record for the most total weeks atop the chart. The rapper was able to achieve this feat during a relatively slow release week, with last week’s Number One, Tyler, the Creator, slipping to Number Eight with 76 million streams.

Behind Drake
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Rs Charts: Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Returns to Number One

Rs Charts: Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Returns to Number One
Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour returned to Number One on the latest Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums chart with 101 million streams. The 11-song set has now led the ranking on three different weeks — only one other album, Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous, has matched that feat in 2021.

After launching at Number One the previous week, Tyler, the Creator’s Call Me If You Get Lost fell to Number Three, picking up 55.4 million streams and narrowly squeezing past Lil Durk and Lil Baby’s The Voice of the Heroes (Number Four, 57.1 million streams). Doja Cat
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G Herbo Leads Apple Music Pre-Add Chart with ’25’

G Herbo Leads Apple Music Pre-Add Chart with ’25’
G Herbo topped Apple Music’s Pre-Add Chart with 25 in the week leading up to the album’s July 2nd release, indicating that it’s on track for a big debut on the Rs 200 come Monday.

Willow’s fourth studio album, Lately I Feel Everything, enters the Pre-Add Chart at Number Two, followed by Twice’s Perfect World at Number Three. Other notable debuts on this week’s Pre-Add Chart include When Facing the Things We Turn Away From, the album from 5 Seconds of Summer singer Luke Hemmings, at Number Five,
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Rs Charts: Polo G Earns First Number One Album With ‘Hall of Fame’

Rs Charts: Polo G Earns First Number One Album With ‘Hall of Fame’
After earning a Number One single earlier this year with “Rapstar,” 22-year-old rapper Polo G also landed his first Number One album with Hall of Fame. The 20-song set, which incorporates contributions from veterans (Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne), young streaming stars (Rod Wave, Kid Laroi), and several MCs from Polo G’s hometown of Chicago (Lil Durk, G Herbo), netted 160.1 million streams, 17,600 sales, and 10,100 song downloads.

As Polo G settled in at Number One on the Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums chart, Migos landed behind him at Number Two with Culture III,
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Sean Combs Partners to Launch The Crew League On Revolt

Sean Combs Partners to Launch The Crew League On Revolt
Today, Revolt, owned by Sean "Diddy" Combs, announced the premiere of The Crew League, a first-of-its-kind, unscripted basketball competition series where celebrities and their “crews” will go head-to-head against each other in a competitive sports showcase for two things: bragging rights and a grand prize.

Kicking off on February 19th, Season 1 of The Crew League will feature the top names in Hip Hop such as Swae Lee, Jack Harlow, Russ, Lil Mosey, Lil Keed, G Herbo, The Kid Laroi and Ddg, along with surprise special guests, as they compete in a friendly basketball tournament aiming to secure the grand prize of $100,000. Recognizing the importance of giving back during a crucial time, the winning team at the end of the 8-episode series will donate 50% of its prize to a nonprofit or social good initiative.

“The Crew League delivers Revolt’s mission of creating meaningful content that shifts cultural norms and offers
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Listen to Jay-Z’s Collaboration With the Late Nipsey Hussle: ‘What It Feels Like’

Listen to Jay-Z’s Collaboration With the Late Nipsey Hussle: ‘What It Feels Like’
Jay-Z, fresh from his nomination to join the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, shares his powerful collaboration with the late Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle.

The track, “What It Feels Like,” is part of the soundtrack to Judas and the Black Messiah, which tells the story of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton’s assassination by the FBI. Nipsey kicks off the track with a verse about survival in the rap game, a sad foreshadowing given that he was killed in 2019. Jay-Z comes in next with a verse that calls out
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Jay-Z, Nipsey Hussle Collab Joins Golden Globe-Nominated H.E.R. on ‘Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album’

Jay-Z, Nipsey Hussle Collab Joins Golden Globe-Nominated H.E.R. on ‘Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album’
A week after guitarist-composer H.E.R.’s era-appropriate “Fight for You” was nominated for a 2021 Golden Globes Award for best song in a motion picture, the full track list for the soundtrack to “Judas and the Black Messiah” has been revealed. “Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album” drops this Friday, Feb. 12 via the Six Course Music Group together with RCA Records.

Executive produced by Hit-Boy (who appears on the new album with “Broad Day”), director-writer Ryan Coogler, Interscope’s VP of A&r Dash Sherrod and RCA Records SVP of marketing Archie Davis, the “Inspired” package features the first-ever collaboration between the late Nipsey Hussle and today’s freshly-anointed Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee, Jay-Z, on the song, “What It Feels Like.”

In addition to Jay-Z, the Black Panther-themed, Fred Hampton biopic features a handful of legacy rappers such as Nas (with “Epmd”), Rakim (“Black Messiah”), and The
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about G Herbo

G Herbo is a rapper who has been in the rap game since 2012. He’s released tracks that fans love, he’s had some controversy in the media as of late, and he’s caused some problems along the way. None of that disputes his talent, but his talent is not why he’s currently in the media. He and his musical team are the subjects of an investigation alleging they spent more than four years using stolen credit cards to secure private jets, hotel rooms, and even designer puppies. The rapper is also accused of using the stolen credit cards to pay

10 Things You Didn’t Know about G Herbo
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Ariana Fletcher

Even if you have no idea what Ariana (better known as Ari) Fletcher is famous for, there’s a good chance you’ve heard her name at least once. The social media influencer who gained popularity for her relationship with rapper, G Herbo, has become a star in her own right. Her Instagram following now consists of nearly 4 million people and they all can’t get enough. Her good looks, outgoing personality, and Dgaf attitude have earned her a combination of haters and admirers. Although she and G Herbo are no longer together, her current relationship with rapper, Moneybagg Yo, has also

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Ariana Fletcher
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