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  1. Many of us only know Khia for her raunchy single "My Neck My Back." The 2002 single is undisputedly her most popular single as it still gets referenced sixteen years later. The singer has had a lengthy career, releasing a handful of albums for her fans. Khia is definitely what one would call a "bad bitch" and she's making sure that she breaks a couple necks on the street when she walks around town. A few weeks ago, she showed off the results of her surgery and now, she's back at it as she looks better than ever before. She's feeling herself and her new look, putting both hands on her behind and flaunting that work. Khia notes that she still feels sore but that she's loving the results of her Brazillian Butt Lift. A few videos were posted online from her live stream at the doctor's office as she flaunted her new accentuated curves. During the operation, the doctor made sure she ended up with a big booty and a slim waist so that she could be the talk of the town again. What do you think of the appearance changes Khia has made? She seems to be happy with the results. View the full article
  2. Yung Gravy's satirical style has caught the attention of the Soundcloud rap world. The rapper's been buzzing throughout the year following the numerous singles he's unleashed, but today, he might have dropped what could be his biggest single to date. Alongside Atlanta's rising star, Lil Baby, Yung Gravy returns with his new single, "Alley Oop." Yung Gravy teams up with Lil Baby for their new collaboration, "Alley Oop." The song, which Gravy describes as the "hardest song" he's ever made, kicks off with Yung Gravy over a bass-heavy, string-based beat that fits Baby's style well. "I was in Atlanta making a song about Atlanta to show love back (ATL stays my #1 fanbase) and about hooping cause @karltowns made me love the culture way more than I had. It got played in the QC studio and @lilbaby_1loved it so now we got ALLEY OOP," he wrote on Instagram. "Gravy with the assist , baby with the finish." Quotable Lyrics I pull up, you panic Ice on my wrist, it took down the Titantic I'm at Giuseppe I'm in the back of the store getting' Becky View the full article
  3. Philadelphia 76ers guard Markelle Fultz was recently diagnosed with Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, aka TOS, which will keep him on the sidelines for several more weeks. Though Fultz hasn't played in nearly a month and is currently rehabbing in Los Angeles, several NBA teams have reached out to the Sixers in hopes of trading for the 20-year old former #1 overall pick. However, as Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports, those offers have all been rejected. Buckner notes: "According to people in the league, the Sixers have rejected multiple trade offers for Fultz. It’s not just that Philadelphia remains hopeful in getting Fultz on track to be a star in Philadelphia — much like prior top picks Ben Simmons and Embiid, who both missed their rookie seasons because of injuries." "The Sixers have not received trade offers with what they believe to be equal value, a telling sign that indicates how other teams in the league view Fultz and the rocky start to his career." Among the teams that have reportedly expressed interest in Fultz is the Detroit Pistons. Fultz, the 2017 #1 overall pick by the Sixers, missed most of his rookie season with a shoulder injury and his struggles shooting the ball have been well documented over the course of his young NBA career. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that there's optimism Fultz will return in three to six weeks, depending on the success of his rehab and pain tolerance. In 19 games this season, Fultz is averaging 8.2 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.1 assists. The Sixers, 19-10, will host the Indiana Pacers tonight. View the full article
  4. Kim Kardashian has been vocal about her daughter's love for makeup before and it seems like it's gotten to a point where rules have to be enforced. Kim chatted with Refinery29 and said that five-year-old North West loves doing makeovers on her friends and dolls and is even lucky enough to get a lot of free makeup from her mom. "When companies send makeup and I have a lot, I’ll give it to her," Kim told the publication. Kim plans to take some notes from her father's handbook when it comes to knowing the dos and don'ts when it comes to beauty tricks. "I remember when I was 14, my dad for Christmas got me a makeup class," Kim explained. "And I went to makeup school. He was like, 'I don't want you girls looking crazy. If you’re gonna wear makeup, I want you to learn to do it in the right way.' That was really helpful and I think I will take a cue from that. I’m definitely going to set guidelines." As for the two things North can't wear it's simple: "I don't think she should wear lashes or too dark of a lipstick," Kim said adding how makeup is "a form of expression." "So I want her to express herself, but I want her to be appropriate, too." View the full article
  5. The beef between Drake and Pusha-T has reached new levels at this point. There are sub-feuds to it as now, the most intense back-and-forth is happening between Kanye West and the 6 God. Kanye has already promised that he won't be recording any diss records directed at Drake but Pusha-T didn't hold back as much. The Virginia rapper unleashed a furious barrage onto Drizzy, revealing that the Canadian has a secret son with Sophie Brussaux, a former camgirl. Although every episode of Everyday Struggle is pretty entertaining, this week introduced Tory Lanez to the panel as he gave his opinion on who won the heated battle. A few years ago, Tory wouldn't have hesitated before choosing Pusha-T as the winner. However, now that his own issues have been settled with Drake, Lanez made an unorthodox choice and pick his fellow Torontonian. The general consensus remains that Push dropped the better diss songs of the two. Many of his references were built on shock value though, which Tory alludes to, saying that he wasn't a fan of the way Push went about things. Specifically, the line about Drake's producer 40 and his MS diagnosis went a little too far. Tory touched on a few other hot topics, including Kodak Black's walk-out of his interview with Ebro. Tory took Kodak's side there, saying that Ebro was on some "b*tch ass n***a shit." View the full article
  6. Despite having a new hit song with Swae Lee at the moment called “Sunflower,” off the new Spiderman soundtrack, Post Malone looks to be readying another record for fans. Late last night, the BeerBongs & Bentley rapper took to his Twitter to inform us that he’s dropping a new song by the end of the year, or better yet within three weeks. He didn’t provide any other information about the record, like what it’s called or where it’s coming off of, but it’s definitely nice to hear more tunes from Posty is on the way. The announcement came on the heels of Post Malone’s new croc’s selling out this week and being resold for nearly $800 dollars. Hopefully Post Malone will have a third drop of the Croc release for fans to try and cop, or better yet maybe he inks a partnership deal altogether. While we wait for Posty’s upcoming song to arrive, hear him on the newly-released Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack right here. Other features on the soundtrack include Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Juice WRLD, Ty Dolla $ign, and Vince Staples, among others. View the full article
  7. A few weeks back The-Dream reappeared to let his many fans know that he's working on three albums that will be available by the end of the year, arriving on December 21st. He accompanied the big news with a message letting us know that he "never f*cking left" which makes us assume he's been taking in all that 2018 was musically, waiting for his own time to shine. The "Shawty Is Da Shit" music maker has now dropped off the official track list for all three of his LP's titled Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, 3. “On December 21st, all artists that want that smoke go find a bunker… hide!,” Radio Killa said. “This ain’t church R&B ni**a. I changed that 10 years ago. Don’t show your face until the storm has blown over. I am out of my fucking mind!!! 38 songs, no fillers! Three complete bodies of work.” The tracklist looks to have zero features and the 38 songs (40 including the two interludes) ties in exactly with the name of the tape, as all titles allude to bedroom happenings. Check out the full list below, are you guys hyped for this? Volume 1: 1. “Hardcore Pleasure” 2. “No Rappers Allowed” 3. “Forever” 4. “Challenger” 5. “Back In Love” 6. “Night Thang” 7. “Tuxedo” 8. “On the Regular” 9. “Platter” 10. “Top” 11. “Hell Mary” 12. “Life” 13. “It’s Yo Birthday” 14. It’s Yo Birthday (Live Interlude)” Volume 2: 1. “Temptation” 2. “Bedroom” 3. “Nda” 4. “Ready” 5. “Pull Out” 6. “Change You” 7. “Gorgeous” 8. “Make It Rain” 9. “Yours and Mine” 10. “I Like” 11. “Rise” 12. “What It Look Like” Volume 3: 1. “Drop Some New Sh*t (Intro)” 2. “Drop Some New Sh*t” 3. “Super Soaker” 4. “You and I” 5. “Runaway Sex” 6. “Human Beings” 7. “Gimmie That” 8. “The Paris of the West” 9. “Nikki’s Dialogue” 10. “You” 11. “Everytime I Kill Her” 12. “Back to My Room” 13. “U Got a Fan” 14. “Body Fall” View the full article
  8. Tekashi 6ix9ine is currently sitting behind bars, awaiting trial for his racketeering and firearms charges. He's not here to promote the album, but the fact that he's currently jailed might play a factor in the commercial success of DUMMY BOY. Although he never earned his rightfully earned number one album, the rapper's still doing numbers on the chart. DUMMY BOY showcased the various styles of 6ix9ine: his aggressive rapping style, his autotune-laden radio hits, and of course, his Latin pop sounds. The rapper collaborated with Anuel AA on two songs -- the previously released "BEBE" and "MALA." The latter of which serves as Tekashi 6ix9ine's latest single to enter the Hot Latin Songs chart. Tekashi 6ix9ine earned his second top 10 single on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart with "MALA." The song climbed up three spots to number 7 after debuting at #11 with only three full streaming days. "BEBE" previously topped claimed the top spot on the chart. "MALA" gained 6.8 million streams in the U.S. in the week ending on Dec. 6. For Anuel, this serves as his fifth top 10 single on the Latin Songs Chart. In addition to "MALA," the Latin artist currently has four songs in the top 10 including "Ella Quiere Beber" with Romeo Santos, "Bebe" which sits at number 6 and "Asesina" with Brytiago, Darell, Daddy Yankee and Ozuna which currently sits at number 9. View the full article
  9. On the artwork of Cassius Jay and Lil Uzi Vert's new collaboration "Big Racks," the "Lil" has been conspicuously dropped from Uzi's moniker. Perhaps it signifies a sense of artistic growth, from boy to man; perhaps it merely speaks to a desire to give the snake's face more room. In any case, the rapper has returned with an official follow-up to the acclaimed "New Patek." While he's not exactly going off for six minutes, Uzi is still bringing enough bars to please both ends of the musical spectrum; naturally, however, the drip remains a dominant element of his persona. "Used to watch that Sailor Moon, but I still feel like a goon," snarls Uzi, "I was broke pockets had room, remember I didn't have rooms." One has to wonder if he used to imagine himself as a Tuxedo Mask of sorts, though he never has been one to forsake a colorful outfit. On that note, Uzi makes sure to line his lyrics with materialistic references, reminding listeners that his AP is indeed lined with diamonds. If you've got it, flaunt it. Stay tuned for that new Uzi album Eternal Atake, presumably coming next year - unless the Heaven's Gate cult kidnaps him. Quotable Lyrics Used to watch that Sailor Moon, But I still feel like a goon I was broke pockets had room Remember I didn't have rooms Now my new crib, that bitch got hundred rooms View the full article
  10. Earlier this year, the identity of Drake's baby mama was revealed to the world. Unfortunately, the Canadian star didn't have a chance to tell the world in the manner that he wanted. Instead, the information was leaked to Pusha-T, who released a diss track called "The Story of Adidon." You've all heard the song by now. Push accuses Drake of fathering a secret child with a camgirl, which turned out to actually be true. After Kanye West went wild on Twitter last night, Drake seemingly responded with threats and laughing emojis. His baby mama was a little more vocal though, commenting on an Instagram post with her own shots at Ye. While Kanye insists he's not the person who leaked the information to Pusha-T, Sophie Brussaux is still backing Drake in this battle. Ariana Grande tweeted that the "two grown men arguing" should calm down so that her single can get some attention. The tweet was reposted by The Shade Room and Sophie Brussaux decided to step in, firing off a few shots in the comment section: "I would hardly call Kanye arguing with himself 'grown men.'" Yikes. She's right, though. This has been fairly one-sided as the only public statements have been made by West at this point. Drake has saved his big talk for the phone call he allegedly made to Ye's residence. This is getting serious. [via] View the full article
  11. Grammy-winning Colombian singer Shakira was charged with tax evasion on Friday by Spanish prosecutors alleging that the artist failed to pay more than $16 million in taxes between 2012 and 2014, according to the Associated Press. The charges come after a year-long investigation into the singer’s... View the full article
  12. With R&B in the midst of a resurgence, there's been an upswing of artists pushing the genre out of the shadows of hip-hop. And it's the ladies who are doing the heavy lifting of getting R&B back to its soulful roots. Here are some of the risk-takers pushing R&B into the future. View the full article
  13. In the '90s, R&B's influence was indelible. Artists dominated the charts with record-breaking singles and the explosion of groups - both male and female - created a boon for the genre. But as hip-hop continued its rise, the genre lost its way. View the full article
  14. As a crop of young R&B singers looking toward the past land hits with forward-thinking yet nostalgic tunes, longtime veterans of the game have continued to feel the pinch. Here's how Tank, Ledisi, Tamia, Mary J. Blige and more stalwart R&B talents have adapted and survived. View the full article
  15. Nancy Wilson, the Grammy-winning "song stylist" and torch singer whose polished pop-jazz vocals made her a platinum artist and top concert performer, has died. Wilson, who retired from touring in 2011, died after a long illness at her home in Pioneertown, a California desert community near Joshua... View the full article