The pop-friendly “That’s What I Like” single sits at #1 for the second week in a row on the Single Sales chart. Bruno Mars is carrying momentum from 2016 well into this year with his single “That’s What I Like” landing back at the #1 spot for the second week in a row for the   Digital Genre R&B/Hip-Hop sales chart ending March 30, 2017. Kendrick Lamar’s “The Heart Part 4” Roars In At #2
K-Dot put the industry on notice with the blistering teaser, which many felt served as a prelude to an album many thought to be delivered on April 7. Lil Yachty – 31,681 (385,753)
#5. Nicki Minaj — 19,988 (23,048) The drop down in rank pushed Kyle’s “iSpy” out of the top three to #4, but the Lil Yachty pairing still shows some staying power with 31,681 scanned. Kodak Black — “Tunnel Vision” — 20,024 (131,188)
#10. Rihanna – “Love On The Brain” – 23, 639 (820,241)
#9. The Weeknd Moves Down 1 Spot, Kyle Falls   1
The Weekend’s Daft Punk-assisted “I Feel It Coming” is also in its 19th week and scanned 43,075 for the week, this after rocking the #2 spot last week. TDE’s Kendrick Lamar made an epic statement with the hyped release of his loosie “The Heart Part 4,” which debuted at # 2, while The Weeknd continues to hold strong at third. Bruno Mars – “That’s What I Like” – 79,133 (649,510)
#2. The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop   Single Sales For Week Ending 03/30/2017
#1. Daft Punk – “I Feel It Coming”   – 43,075 (603,201)
#4. The varying moments in “The Heart Part 4” cover a lot of ground and some rumored sneak-dissing but mainly it shows just how potent the Compton rapper is as a top-tier lyricist. The single scanned 55,100 in its debut. Bruno Mars Lands Back At #1
The enduring star power of Bruno Mars has morphed into a series of top-charting wins for the Hawaiian crooner. David Guetta — “Light My Body Up” ft. Future — “Mask Off” — 28,916 (135,391)
#6. Drake — “Passionfruit” — 24,901 (51.717)
#8. The funky title track from Mars’ 24K Magic is just outside the top five sitting at #6 and also has been on the charts the past 19 weeks. The song has been selling robustly for the past 19 weeks, with nearly 650,00 scanned in total. Bruno Mars – “24K Magic” – 26,446 (1,351,817)
#7. Kyle – “iSpy” f. Kendrick Lamar –   “The Heart Part 4”   — (55,100) (debut)
#3   The Weeknd f.

Y'all all went pro.. U had about 12 and da L, and the countless times in laguardia house I scrapped u. U had about 40.. The Dipset general took to Instagram to boast of his basketball prowess and took some slight shots at former New York streetball legends who went on to professional careers like Stephon Marbury and Rafer “Skip To My Lou” Alston. Fans of Cam’ron might know that as a high schooler in Harlem, he and Ma$e were among the best basketball players in New York City. In the caption, Cam’ron insinuates that he gave all but Shammgod the business   during their high school contests and sparked some playful jabs online. And u was ringing!! Over him.. Y’all all went pro.. Thx @godshammgod12 😂😂 #YallWasThere lol
A post shared by @mr_camron on Apr 7, 2017 at 6:04pm PDT Killa Cam posted a collage image featuring Marbury, Alston, Kareem Reid and God Shammgod. He made another post on Saturday with the same image with a caption which reads as follows:
“So my former opponents are denying me my high school legacy @starburymarbury we knocked u out the playoffs in the semi_finals to go to the chip in 92′ (I’m lying?) I had 27.. @best_kept_12 I gave u 50 points in Forrest, u always talking bout u had 50 something.. @best_kept_12 I gave u 50 points in Forrest, u always talking bout u had 50 something.. Skip (rafer) was on my team in laguardia house (tournament) and was a lil salty when I got MVP.. U had about 12 and da L, and the countless times in laguardia house I scrapped u. Let me live 😂😂.. Check out Cam’ron reliving his basketball glory days in the   posts above and below. Skip (rafer) was on my team in laguardia house (tournament) and was a lil salty when I got MVP.. Except #Shamgod lol..ask’m,” said Cam’s caption to the pic. And u was ringing!! Over him.. “Every nigga I gave the business to in HS.. U had about 40.. Let me live.”
Cam singled out Marbury’s jab, with the former NBA All-Star writing, “He always made people laugh” with Reid calling the rapper out for a basketball challenge this summer while talking more trash. So my former opponents are denying me my high school legacy😂😂 @starburymarbury we knocked u out the playoffs in the semi_finals to go to the chip in 92' (I'm lying?) I had 27..

“We are sure that there will be a positive outcome.”
This comes months after Chief Keef posted $500,000 bail for an assault case where his former producer Ramsay Tha Great accused him of beating him up and robbing him at gunpoint. TMZ reports that Sosa was cruising along in a green Lamborghini when his friend got out of the passenger seat and approached the car behind them. “Our team is taking the necessary steps to ensure the situation gets taken care of,” reps for Keef told the magazine. Miami,FL – Chief Keef continues his roller coaster journey as, shortly after celebrating his first platinum plaques, he’s been arrested in Miami. Authorities witnessed the interaction and believe some sort of exchange went down, initiating a traffic stop. A post shared by Chief Keef (@chieffkeeffsossa) on Apr 7, 2017 at 6:47pm PDT Five people, including Chief Keef, were brought in for questioning and XXL says the Chicago rapper was charged with DUI. They reportedly found marijuana in at least one of the cars.

The New York native released his   AfterHours album Friday (April 7). Mack Wilds wants to remind you that he’s not just an actor, but also a singer. Tink)
Vibes (feat. Tink appears on “Senses” and Wale has a guest feature on the smooth and seductive “Bonnie & Clyde” as he’s preparing the release of his own   Shine   album. Stingy
Go Crazy
Crash The project is made up of 12 tracks. He has a recurring role in the Fox drama   Shots Fired   and beefed up his resume by appearing as Adele’s love interest in her video for “Hello.”
Mack Wilds’   AfterHours album stream, cover art and tracklist are below. Wilds, who acts under the name Tristan Wilds, was a part of VH1’s   The Breaks   movie and subsequent series. Intro
Bonnie & Clyde (feat. Wale)
Senses (feat. Cam Wallace)
Stolen Gold

According to TMZ, the “Crank That” rapper pleaded no contest to charges of felony gun possession after initially pleading not guilty back in January. And that includes toy guns. Part of the deal is he cannot make any threats or touch a gun, real or otherwise. He was sentenced to five years probation and 240 days of community labor. As he accepts the deal for the case, perhaps he is a step closer to accepting the fact he’s   not   fighting Chris Brown anymore. Los Angeles, CA – Soulja Boy copped a deal in his weapons case where he promises not to touch any guns. He made headlines late last year for dissing Quavo and part of his rollout was an Instagram video where he taunted the camera with what appeared to be very real guns. He will be allowed to travel outside of the country for work purposes as long as he clears it with his probation officer. Soulja was arrested in December after police reportedly found a gun   in his Los Angeles home.