Future Shade Ciara And Gets Burn On Twitter For It

#levelup pic.twitter.com/aR5fLXSkPv
— Jay Bee (@missj74b) January 22, 2018

She Leveled Up and that's why your son calls him Papa Russ pic.twitter.com/vZlLqkKTnm
— Tlynette (@Tlynette28) January 22, 2018

#LevelUp pic.twitter.com/leMXsnprnW
— who_am_i (@taz_is_me) January 22, 2018

But she ain't messin with a Drug Addict! Seems her baby daddy Future had something to say about her messaging. I bet you won’t @ her.. Great Job
— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) January 22, 2018

CiCi also posted a response to the backlash while explaining where she was coming from when she posted the video. “Make sense on social media. Future had something to say about Ciara yesterday and he got burn on Twitter for it. pic.twitter.com/DkK47YRRZo
— Ciara (@ciara) January 21, 2018

Here are some of the reactions to Future comment. “I was once that girl wanting to be loved a certain way but was making the wrong choices,” she wrote. pic.twitter.com/pP8QfJVxnP
— Tlynette (@Tlynette28) January 22, 2018 Great Job,” the “Mask Off” rapper wrote. Thats when I realized married or not married I needed to love myself.”
#LevelUp pic.twitter.com/rmS0WMOV1B
— Ciara (@ciara) January 20, 2018

?? The lesson learn here is you can’t please folks on social media because Future was pretty much siding with the fans who were speaking out against Ciara and he in turn got a backlash for doing just that. pic.twitter.com/nz1rtV9XRR
— Kryse (@iKryse) January 22, 2018

After all these years, she’s still on your mind like that bruh?? I was a single mom sitting at home, and I then realized that the perfect love I was looking for was how God loves me, how he wants me to be ,oved, and who he was calling me to be as a mom and a woman. “I found myself at my lowest moment. Some of her female fans weren’t too happy about what she was advocating for and blast her for it. Haven’t you moved on like 20 times since y’all broke up?? Ciara sent off a social media firestorm on Sunday when she posted a video of Pastor John Gray preaching about single women should act like married women and carry themselves as wife material. It’s like they are saying to him ‘no you are not allowed to speak bad about her, but we are.’
Make sense on social media.

Chronixx and Morgan Heritage Leads Reggae Grammy Poll

The Chronology singer and Gong are the hot favorites to take home the Grammy, but in a new online poll, Morgan Heritage might just cause an upset. Gong” Marley. He is the new face of authentic Jamaican reggae and he is getting a lot of praises for his work both locally and internationally. Nevertheless, he is looking to win the Grammy to add to his accolades. This is the first Grammy nomination for Chronixx who’s Chronology album was well received. There is no clear indication about on how voters will vote for the real Grammy and it could go anywhere. The Grammy awards is less than a week away and there is a lot of attention placed on the award for Best Reggae Album this year because of some strong contenders including three local acts, Chronixx, Morgan Heritage and Damian “Jr. Morgan Heritage won a Grammy in 2016 and is looking to add a second trophy to their shelf this year for their new album Avrakedabra. Chronixx and Morgan Heritage are neck on neck in a new reggae Grammy poll. Chronixx and Heritage lead the poll with 29 percent of the votes each, while Damian Marley trails the two with 20 percent of the votes. The young singer has made a name for himself in roots reggae music as one of the brightest young voices of this generation. Damian Marley already has three trophies under his belt so for him this may just be another nomination. A few days ago, the same poll shows Morgan Heritage leading Chronixx by a single percentage, so its safe to give the royal family the edge in the race for the 2018 Reggae Grammy. Hawaiian singers Common Kings and J Boog each came in with thirteen and eight percent respectively. Traditionally, once a Marley is in the lineup it’s almost safe to say they will win, but this year the other acts in the category all released strong albums last year.

Tory Lanez Announces Release Date For “Memories Don’t Lie”

“A real father wants to know that by the time there child hits, you know 22, 25, you would love to know that your child gone so far beyond anything you’ve ever accomplished,” a voice over said in the short clip. Tory Lanez crack the mainstream market two years ago his island flavored project “I Told You” but since then he has been a bit silent on the music scene leaving fans yearning for his next body of work. 39 DAYS LEFT,” Lanez wrote on Instagram while announcing a March 2, 2018 release date for the album Memories Don’t Life. Over the past months he has been teasing some new singles believed to be part of the upcoming project. ?: @midjordan
A post shared by torylanez (@torylanez) on Jan 22, 2018 at 4:38pm PST So far we’ve heard three singles that will potentially be on the album including “Real Things” with Future. The singer also revealed a trailer for the project showing him standing in front of a G Wagon SUV. The Canadian singer will be releasing his forthcoming album in less than two month, 39 days to be exact. 39 DAYS LEFT .. The trailer help builds the hype around the project in a year when there are some highly anticipated hip hop albums. MEMORIES DONT DIE – 3/2 …. “MEMORIES DONT DIE – 3/2 …. Tory Lanez announced the release date for his upcoming project Memories Don’t Lie. He also showed some clips from his childhood and images of himself as a father with his own son.

Joey Badass and XXXTentacion Announces Joint Album Fans Says Don’t

— ??????? this makes no sense. (@downtoearthpapi) January 20, 2018 #devastated
— silvercloudv2 (@silvercloudv2) January 21, 2018

There were a handful of fans who cosigned the project, mostly XXXTentacion fans, but Joey’s clan didn’t approved of it. Here is what happened after that announcement came out. You’re better than this. “Why would Joey want to dumb down his music to work with these whack rapper, issa no go for me,” one fan wrote. pic.twitter.com/FRS7z3vsd9
— Mounir Dahdah (@mounir_dahdah) January 21, 2018

@joeyBADASS I’m praying you don’t do a collaboration with the trash that is better known as @xxxtentacion. XXXtentacion isn't even a top 100. i looooooove Joey badass but he just said something on his IG about working with xxxtentacion and i'm so disappointed
— MJ (@grimewood) January 20, 2018

@joeyBADASS is a top 5 rapper. But the Pro Era rapper didn’t get the response he was expecting from fans when he cosigned a collaborative album with XXXTentacion. — APOLLO.? “xxxtentacion x joey badass collaboration tape,” the South Florida rapper wrote to which JB responded saying, “Letsgoooo.” Joey Badass released a new single “King To A God” last weekend got his fans pumped for his new project. Some fans think that X is too much of a polarized artist for Joey Badass to be entangled with but nevertheless, the New York rapper cosigned working with the “Look At Me” MC so it’s safe to believe they will not listen to the pushback from the fans and push forward with the project. X was the first to announce the album in one of his usual series of posts on IG Stories. Joey Badass and XXXTentacion announced a joint album, but fans are saying no don’t do it. Please. (@openmindedlives) January 20, 2018

Am I the only one depressed that @joeyBADASS is collabing with @xxxtentacion? 2018 will be the greatest year of music if that @xxxtentacion and @joeyBADASS collab tape is real / released.

Quavo Reveals Producer Credits For “Culture 2”

Migos claimed in a recent interview with Ebro on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio that C2 will be the biggest album this year. There were some recent reports that Migos would be working with Kanye West for the album, but seems the G.O.O.D. Not surprisingly, Quavo names himself on the production credits given that some recent news surfaced that he has been working on beats with Kanye West. Pharrell Williams produced “Stir Fry” and C Note did some work on “Superstars.” Based on the available information, the album, Culture 2, will come with 15 to 17 tracks. See the announcement Quavo posted on IG on Monday below. Quavo shares the producer credits for Migos upcoming album Culture 2. The first installment in the Culture album series was released in January of last year, exactly a year ago. He also named himself, Huncho, and DJ Durel as the executive producer of the album. U M A D E T H A C U T ??? That track will be on the album. Culture 2 arrives on January 26th and is one of the most anticipated rap albums this year. RELATED: Migos Says “Culture 2” Will Be The Biggest Rap Album Of 2018
Murda Beats and Cubeatz are the producers who worked on “MotorSports” a song Migos dropped last month with Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. Music rapper and producer will only make a small contribution to the project. The album is coming this weekend and so far we know there is a bunch of big names producers who added their touches to the project. Let’s see how the project will live up to that bold statement from the group. Other producers who received credits on the project include Honorable CNote, Ricky Racks, Buddah Blessed, OG Parker x Deko, DJ Durel, Metro Boomin, Mike Dean, Kanye West, Zaytoven, Murda Beats, Pharrell, FKI and more, The tracklist will arrive by tomorrow according to sources close to the Atlanta rap group. C U L T U R E I I 1 / 26 / 18
A post shared by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) on Jan 22, 2018 at 2:29pm PST

Alkaline “Mirage” Lyrics

(Intro)
Mi dog Jahvi produce tha one ya
Creator show we di way
We cyah see it suh clearly
Neva ask fi nutt’n yet but if yah hear we
Protect we from di wecked and evil weh come near we
Thats all we really a beg yuh dooo
Man a drop daily, politicians fail we
Still a smile all when dem treat we unfairly
Only thing we fraid a failure dat shit scares mi dats why we go as hard as we do
(Verse 1)
What do f**k do I know, in life you never know when
I’m gonna take my time and seize di f**king moment
In a league of my own, no I’m not your opponent
Nutt’n me hate Inna life like a snake or a f**king a rodent
Dem cyan stop my show dat a one ting me know
Gunshot fly through yo
Bloodclaat headside if yuh ever hurt all my ego
Said way how mi send Ambassador a road same way me send Gego
Dem a seh mi numbers dem too good dem a seh mi buy views pon vevo
Ok then still a gi den mayhem
When we beat di odds I wonder what they gonna say
Then we just happy seh we nuh lock weh behind nuh railing
And even though we neva meet the High we still a hail him
(Chorus)
Sometimes I get so mad when I see scumbags
Hype and brag like dem wecked and bad, yow
Sometimes mi seh f**k it bun up dem wull squad
But den mi member seh dem yute yah bruck, dem life sad
But I get so mad when I see gunbags
Gwaan like seh dem eyah get dem toe tag, yow
Sometimes mi seh f**k it bun up them whole squad
But then me member seh dem yute yah bruck, dem nave a job, yow
(Chorus)
Cyah get no break God damn
Dem a test my faith badman
Instigate send police a try frustrate badman
Cyah get no break
Cyah get no break no
Cyah get no break
Hey b**ch in in a good mood check this
All my life all mi wanted was to get rich
Diamonds Inna mi bezel
Diamonds all over mi neckless
Try nuh kill nobody but dem a walk round wed a death wesh
Affi protect this know dem nuh expect this
Put in wull heep a work and teach dem fi respect this
Mommy seh son careful nuh be reckless
Nuh mek dem stray yuh medz Di town a yours nuh mek dem Tek this
(Chorus)
Sometimes I get so mad when I see scumbags
Hype and brag like dem wecked and bad, yow
Sometimes mi seh f**k it bun up dem wull squad
But den mi member seh dem yute yah bruck, dem life sad
But I get so mad when I see gunbags
Gwaan like seh dem eyah get dem toe tag, yow
Sometimes mi seh f**k it bun up them whole squad
But then me member seh dem yute yah bruck, dem nave a job, yow
(Bridge)
That’s why mi get so mad when mi see scumbags
A hype and brag like dem wecked and bad, yow
Sometimes mi seh f**k it bun up dem whole squad
But den mi member seh dem yute yah bruck dem life sad
(Outro)
Creator show we di way we cyah see it suh clearly
Neva ask fi nutt’n yet but if yah hear we
Protect we from di wecked and evil weh come near we dats all we really a beg yuh do
Man a drop daily, politicians fail we
Still a smile all when dem treat we unfairly
Only thing we fraid a failure dat shit scares mi dats why we go as hard as we do

Alkaline Addresses Reports He Is Buying Views On YouTube

The allegations comes after Alkaline racked up a number of views for some newly released music. Kartel might be the only name you can exclude over the mere fact that he is behind bars. “In a league of my own, no am not your opponent, nothing me hate in a life like a snake or a f***** rodent, them can’t stop my show that a one thing me know… Them a say me numbers them too good, them a say me a buy views pon Vevo, okay then still a give them mayhem.”
RELATED: Alkaline, Spice, Popcaan, Aidonia Leads 2018 Your View Awards Nominees
Alkaline also address his enemies whom he say are actively sending the police after him and although he gets frustrated, he still manages to keep his cool and maintain his focus thanks to the council of his mother. “Mirage” is Alkaline’s first single since the start of the year and his Vendetta fans are basking in the moment because they have been waiting to hear what he has to say. In one case, he clocked a million views in less than a week for his single “Suave” which went on to add millions more views in the weeks after. It could be a number of people including Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, NotNice, Sean Kingston, Tommy Lee Sparta, and more, all of whom he has been beefing with. But his incarceration is not stopping him from going after Alkaline musically. In his new single “Mirage” Alkaline address his critics. Last year, the Vendetta deejay came under scrutiny from dancehall fans, particularly Vybz Kartel fans, who claimed that he has been paying to over-inflate his Vevo views. Alkaline has addressed his critics who accused him of buying views on YouTube. The track already sparked a heated debate on social media about who Alkaline is referring to when deejaying about taking out someone and their entire crew.

Beres Hammond Ready To Perform With Buju Banton

Buju Banton, whose real name is Mark Myrie, is currently in the final year of his 10-year prison sentence in Florida for drug trafficking. He appealed the conviction several times over the years but lost on all of his attempts. One thing is for sure, his first concert will be a grand affair. Beres Hammond and Buju Banton on the same stage would be one for the ages. He is slated for release in December of this year. Buju Banton is a few months away from being released from prison and several local promoters are already gearing up for his return to the musical scene. Reggae legend Beres Hammond has already indicated that he wants to share the stage with the Gargamel and he doesn’t care where the show will be. The Grammy-winning reggae singer was convicted on three counts of drug trafficking charges in 2011 and sent to federal prison for 10 years. Beres and Buju have collaborated on a number of singles over the years including “Pull It Up” and “Who Sey (Big Man Don’t Cry).” The two singers have remained closed friends outside of working together musically. The last time Buju performed at a concert was in 2011 at a show in Miami during his high profile drug trial. Since his incarceration, Buju has not released any new music and sources say he has been writing behind bars so you can expect some new music later this year or early next year.

Agent Sasco aka Assassin Dropping New Album In May

He told that Star that the project started out as a 12-track effort and has grown significantly since then so he is close to finish. Sasco, also known in dancehall circles as Assassin, announced that he has been working on a new project. Agent Sasco announced he is dropping a new album in May this year. His last album Theory of Reggaetivity was released in 2016. “We’re close to the finish line and I’m thinking that we should have a solid project for the people.”
If there is any dancehall artist who is deserving of a honorary Grammy award its Agent Sasco. As for his aspirations of getting a Grammy, Agent Sasco says he is just making music for the fans and if it earned him one of those trophies then its icing on the cake. With two decades under his belt in the music business, he has amassed a vast catalog over the years that helped cemented his place as one of the most lyrically acclaimed dancehall artist of all-time. The project earned Sasco a lot of respect for its quality and depth. The dancehall legend recently opened his own studio at his home where he has been doing his recording. “It started off as a 12-song project and now we’re up to 14 because we start finding some song where we say ‘no we cant leave off dat,’” Sasco said.

The Voidz – Leave It in My Dreams

I’m your friend,
Guess I’ve been taking a lot from you
Searching so long for the truth
You don’t think I would chase you with the door
As you already think it’s already too late
Searching for me in a combination of love
You overthink it, don’t overthink it
Join me way too early
I get up in the morning, and it just hurts
I think of all the little things that you and I can do
And I’ve been taking too many hits, oh
I’m breaking up with all that stuff
Anybody is worth some, that’s no good reason
I broke up with the sun
I’ve had enough now
Sure, fast times in the park
Don’t overthink it
Start awake so early
I get up in the morning, and it just hurts
I don’t wanna hear what I can’t mime
Anywhere with you could change my mind
Somebody’s taking much to long
Somebody’s taking much to long
Don’t call me stupid
Don’t call me stupid
[Solo]
It’s my life and I can’t delete it
Is that the life I lead? All these surreal things and sudden decisions
I just want to waste my time with you
I’ll leave it, ooh in my dream
I’ll never let it bother me
It’s not ym style
I know you want it,
I know you want it
Somebody’s taking much to long
Somebody’s taking much to long
Don’t call me stupid
Don’t call me stupid

Hardwell & Quintino – Woest

[Electronic music]
Step up in the place
Everybody gettin’ wet
Poppin’ champagne
Takin’ bottles to the neck
Step up in the place
Everybody gettin’ wet
Poppin’ champagne
Takin’ bottles to the neck, neck, neck
Pop-pop
Bo– with the bo–bo (Whoop!)
[Drop]
Pop-pop
Bo– with the bo–bo
Pop-pop–
Step up in the place
Everybody gettin’ wet
Poppin’ champagne
Takin’ bottles to the neck
Step up in the place
Everybody gettin’ wet
Poppin’ champagne
Takin’ bottles to the neck, neck, neck
Pop-pop–bo–bo
[Reapeats]
Pop-pop–
Bo– with the bo–bo
Pop-pop
Bo– with the bo–bo (Whoop!)

The Magician – Las Vegas

Cause girl you party like you’re in Vegas
Now you’re on the dancefloor
Gimme more, gimme more, gimme more
Don’t stop, love the way you shake it
Give you my body, but you gotta give me yours
Good God, I think I really hit the jackpot
So get the camera for the snapshot
You just gotta let down your hair, down your hair. Girl, you’re scared of love
Let me do you right
Yeah, you need love
Let me do you right
You’ve been hurt before
Let me do you right
If you’re looking for love, girl
Let me do you right
(x4) featuring Ebenezer
Girl, your loving is way too dangerous
Cause girl you party like you’re in Vegas
You want party favours
Are there any takers? Cause girl you party like you’re in Vegas
Yeah yeah yeah
You’re getting in free,
you didn’t even bring your ID
and you got work in the morning
But you don’t care, c’est la vie
Straight to the bar, order up a couple of drinks
Like a Cosmo with the mint like
and you got your friends here, your friends here
Girl, you’re scared of love
Let me do you right
Yeah, you need love
Let me do you right
You’ve been hurt before
Let me do you right
If you’re looking for love, girl
Let me do you right
(x2)
Girl, your loving is way too dangerous
Cause girl you party like you’re in Vegas
You want party favours
Are there any takers? Girl, you’re scared of love
Let me do you right
Yeah, you need love
Let me do you right
You’ve been hurt before
Let me do you right
If you’re looking for love, girl
Let me do you right
(x2)
Girl, you can, you can be sure
That I’ll stay forever yours
Girl, you can, you can be sure
I’ll be forever yours.

Frank Zappa – I Have Been In You

I have been in you baby
You have been in me
Aw’ little girl there ain’t no time
To wash your stinky hand
Go head ‘n’ roll over
I’m goin’ in you again
In you again
In you again
In you again…
I’m going in you again-ahhh
In you again, ah! In you again, ah! I have been in you, baby
And you have been in me
And we have be so intimately entwined
And it sure was fine
I have been in you, baby
And you have been in me
And so you see we have be so together
I thought that we would never
Return from Forever
(Return from Forever)
(Return from Forever)
You have been in me
And understandably
I have been in ‘n’ outta you (in ‘n’ outta you, in ‘n’ outta you)
And everywhere, you want me to (in ‘n’ outta yoooou)
Yes you know it’s true;
And while (I was inside)
I might have been (undignified)
And that is maybe (why you cried)
I don’t know, Maybe so
But what’s the difference now? In you again, ah! In you again, ah! In you again-aah! In you again-aah! In you again, ah! In you again-aah! In you again-aah! In you again, ah! Now I’m goin’ in you again baby
‘N’ you can go in me too, that’s true
I’m goin’ in you again, baby
‘N’ later when we get through
I’m going in you again-ahh!

Natalie Imbruglia – Left Of The Middle

End of the third round
As I put the phone down
Chasing the same lines
Over the old ground
I’m pushing zero
Where is my hero? He’s out there somewhere
Left of the middle
And your world falls down
And you’re there calling out
But it’s something I can’t say
Though it seems the only way
But it’s a game that I can’t play
Not today
I got my ticket
And I got a straight road
But I’m passing the same signs
Over and over
And my world falls down
And I’m there calling out
But it’s something I can’t say
Though it’s seems the only way
But it’s a game that I can’t play
Not today
And my world falls down
And you’re there calling out
But it’s something I can’t say
Though it’s seems the only way
But it’s a game that I can’t play
Not today
I need to tell you
Trying to get through
It’s not always easy
Left of the middle

Cam O’bi – TenderHeaded (feat. Smino)

Tender braids, but I can’t make my eyes rain
How come, how come? How come, how come? Weavin’ through the naps, dreams been on hold
Since my cradle hit the flo
Tender head, my denim skrong
Yea, yea, yea, yeaaaaaah
[Verse 1: Cam O’bi]
Remember when I was a kiddo, growin’ up in the middle
Windows lining my smile, silver teeth underneath my pillow
A nigga had a nappy head like a Brillo pad
Sister said I need to do somethin’ about them beedy-beed naps
Snackin’ on Andy Capp’s with a pickle and a quarter water
Walked in the barbershop asked me what I wanted
I told that man I wanted to look like Superman
But when he had the long hair
You know, kinda like Michael Jackson? How come, how come? How come I can’t say what fuck I want say? Tryna get this skraight, no damn hot comb through
How come, how come? Tryna get this skraight, no damn hot comb through
How come, how come? Weavin’ through the naps, dreams been on hold
Since my cradle hit the flo
Tender head, my denim skrong
How come, how come? How come I can’t say what fuck I want say? How come, how come? All my blessings came when I accepted I’m not y’all
I been put it down the line like laundry
They told find something more concrete
Now a lil’ nigga breakin’ concrete
Praises to God I ain’t no convict
They’ll never take away my confidence

[Chorus]
How come I can’t do what fuck I want do? How come, how come? Weavin’ through the naps, dreams been on hold
Since my cradle hit the flo
Tender head, my denim skrong
How come, how come? Yanked straight from my naps, dead on my comb
When my cradle hit the flo’
Tender head, my genes on swole
Yea, yea, yea, yeaaaaaaah
[Verse 2: Smino]
I don’t wanna sing the Star-Spangled Banner
Unless it’s produced by David Banner
Elbows on the lunch table, eatin’ on a gravy sammich
Lil’ nigga, no table manners
Crazy it attracted shawty’s
On the back of the bus gettin’ neck had a knack for noggin’
Lil’ nick at nighttime
Googlin’ booty, beauty illusions polluted and deep-rooted in my mind
My block was a Rubix
Anywhere you turned, the shit was hot around the clock
And they could not ice cube it, damn
Mama, I don’t like this school shit
Fuck an alogarithm, I’ll log into the music, damn
Daddy, I don’t like this school shit
I beat the desk until my knuckles bleed
All my teachers think I’m challenged mentally
But my mental skrong, know who I wanna be
Instantly began a surgery
Bada-bing, Voila!, made wings wit the words, Hallelujah, Yah bitch, Yah! How come, how come? Tender braids, but I can’t make my eyes rain
How come, how come? The damn barber just started laughin’
I cried as he gave me that bald fade
Afro puffs hit the flo’, symbolic of sheddin’ my innocence
I guess I thought they were magicians or alchemists or mathematicians
With algebraic, calculus algorithms designed to cure me of my nappiness
Like a perm burned off my happiness, I sat silently acquiescent, pitfalls of adolescence
Spitballs and scrabble sessions and tattle-tales
Playing around in the hallway like one of Santa’s elves
"You wanna goto jail?", "Hell naw, mister security!"
Got sent to the principal for my potty mouth
Talkin’ bout some, "give me your number so we can call the house"
But gimme got shot, so the ink stainin’ my record now
You pull a comb thru my afro that shit’ll crackle like a bowl full of Rice Krispies
Rollin’ my innocence in a cigarillo like

[Chorus]
How come I can’t do what fuck I want do? [Chorus]
How come I can’t do what fuck I want do? Tryna get this skraight, no damn hot comb through
How come, how come? Yanked straight from my naps, dead on my comb
When my cradle hit the flo’
Tender head, my genes on swole
Yea, yea, yea, yeaaaaaaah