As much as we hate to speculate, we know that Diz is a heavyweight who likes to battle heavyweights — it’s hard to see him getting in the ring   for anything but a major name, but if it was a crowd favorite or an super elite MC (some fans are guessing Hollow Da Don or Murda Mook) then it’s unlikely the league would miss the chance to promote it ahead of time. Louis legend Aye Verb, who will be making his first appearance in Toronto. With Head ICE, Rone is coming up against a level of street cred he hasn’t reckoned with too often in his career. Between his legendary Drake-hosted battle with DNA and the infamous Canibus meltdown, Dizaster has given KOTD many of its historic moments (as well as some of its most controversial). Aye Verb

The Day 1 main event pits long-time KOTD fixture Charron, who recently got picked up by MTV2’s Wild ‘N Out,   taking on St. The two main events, however, have been revealed, so let’s break them down first. He’ll come into this battle without any fear of the champ, but will it be enough for him to seize the   title? Whatever Daylyt does at the event is likely to generate some headlines too. Head ICE has gone toe-to-toe with some of the biggest names in the game. The league hasn’t announced Diz’s opponent, but they have dropped some clues: it’s not someone already announced for the event, and it’s not a rematch. at the Capitol Event Theater and tickets can be purchased here. The Blackout 7 card has brought together experienced   vets   from all corners of North America, from Detroit’s Marv Won and Quest Mcody, to Oakland’s Pass, Atlanta’s Ness Lee and Harlem’s Swave Sevah. Title Match: Rone vs Head ICE

Rone seized the KOTD chain from WRC legend Illmaculate in early 2016   before defending it comfortably enough in his first battle as champ against Caustic. The card also highlights hunger over status, providing a platform to some relatively unknown up-and-coming talent like Loso, A. The event starts tonight at 8 p.m. How To Watch
If you’re anywhere near Toronto, you can still pick up tickets for Friday, Saturday or a weekend pass. Toronto, Canada – The time has come, yet again, for King Of The Dot’s annual two-day mystery battle rap event — Blackout 7. Dizaster vs ??? Main Event #2: Charron vs. Every year, Canada’s foremost battling league hosts an event featuring competitors from around the scene   with one catch — nobody in the audience knows any of the matchups. For live updates, go to BattleRap.com or check on Twitter and Instagram. Who Else Is On The Card? Ward, Jimz, Esem and Jeffrey. While the Philly rapper usually does his best to undermine his opponents, Head ICE’s legendary status should make that more of a challenge. If you’re anywhere else in the world, you can still catch the event live through a PPV stream that   is available for purchase here. Given the comedy value of rappers like Carter Deems and Chedda Cheese, there are plenty of interesting style-clashes we could see go down at this event. The Harlem Wolf has claimed many scalps since joining the KOTD roster — putting in top tier performances against the likes of Pat Stay, Bigg K and Serius Jones. Battle fans everywhere will hope the West Coast tornado   will provide another classic performance   at Blackout 7.



1.”CEO”   f. Pharrell Williams
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7. With co-signs from Pharell and Brown, and his hit song “Girlfriend,” it appears he’s off to an exceptional start. “I Heard” f. “I See You” f. “Icha Gicha” f. “Ay Yi Yi”
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4. Hoping not to drown in the wake of Kendrick Lamar’s monster release,   DAMN., Kap G has braved the waters with a project of his own, the SupaJefe mixtape. “Motivation”
9. Routinely drawing from his deeply-rooted Mexican heritage, beginning with projects like 2014’s Real Migo Sh*t and   Like A Mexican, the Atlanta native aims to bring a   freshness to the current rap landscape despite the laundry list of aspiring artists competing for the spotlight. “Motions” “Rings”
3. Over the past couple of years, the 22-year-old has also worked with Wiz Khalifa and Kirko Bangz on   “Tatted Like Amigos,” and Young Thug on the single “Don’t Need ‘Em.”
Check out Kap G’s SupaJefe   stream, cover art and tracklist below. Boasting guest spots from Chris Brown (“I See You”), Dae Dae (“I Heard”), Kapfe (“CEO”) and Pharrell Williams (“Icha Gicha”), the 12-track offering follows his last mixtape, El Southside, which dropped in 2016. Kapfe
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“I didn’t know where I was going to go. I just left Black Market Records after a terrible encounter with them as far as money and court, so I didn’t know where I was going to go. Their are limitations to everything, of course. Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, Ces Cru, and Brotha Lynch Hung were in town   on the Strictly Strange Tour to promote all of their individual projects. I knew for the most part, that they’d let me do what I want to do and they’d let me put the vision   behind my music.”

Obsessed with horror films since discovering The Twilight Zone   when he was 13, Brotha Lynch has carved out a comfortable niche for himself and continues to push the boundaries with his art. “ICP wanted to sign me before I signed with Strange, but at that point, I was in creation mode,” he says. No label is going to let you do exactly what you wanna do, you know — I’m sick and twisted. “He came out on a white horse and did all this extravagant stuff, and I thought, ‘Wait a minute, this might be the spot for me.’ One, they would let me exercise what I do in my music. Even Strange attempted to sign me around that time, but I didn’t know what I wanted to do, so I turned that down, even though that ended up happening a few years later. “I’ve always considered myself an artist once I really got in the game,” he says. He felt he could join other like-minded artists on his quest to provide the musical landscape with his admittedly “sick and twisted” brand of rap. I never once thought about retiring. Fort Collins, CO – Sitting in   the back alley of The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado, the lavish Strange Music tour buses had taken over. “The crazy thing is I consider my rap rip-gut, cannibalism rap,” Brotha Lynch explains to HipHopDX. I don’t think there’s going to be any other rappers that are going to rap about cannibalism, so I gotta jump into some genre.”
Before   signing with Strange Music, the Sacramento native was approached by the Insane Clown Posse-owned label, Psychopathic Records, but because he was at a crossroads in his career, he turned down the offer and even declined an initial offer from Strange Music. But   he doesn’t exactly describe it that way, despite the fact he’s   been embraced by the horrorcore community and is often referred to as one of the forefathers of the genre. “Artists never quit. “But the horrorcore scene is so big that I’ll accept that. After he wraps up the current tour, he plans on relocating to Los Angeles to work on some projects with Snoop Dogg, who he’s collaborated with in the past on tracks like “Anotha Killin” from 2010’s Dinner and a Movie, and 2013’s “Dogg Market.” At nearly 50 years old, he’s still going strong and doesn’t intend on stopping. “I was invited out to one of Tech’s release date parties,” he recalls. I was in limbo at the point.”
Fortunately, thanks to an elaborate performance by Tech N9ne, he was finally convinced Strange Music was the ideal home for him. Not surprisingly, Brotha Lynch, who signed with the Kansas City, Missouri-based label in 2009   after decades in the game, was decked out in a Halloween mask and brandishing his signature style of “horrorcore” rap. I don’t care if you’re 90 years old, you’re an artist.”
Check out “Anotha Killin” with Snoop and “Meat Cleaver” above.



Campbell has made efforts to change his life around and seek redemption through his occupation as a podcaster and music and entertainment insider,” Taxstone’s lawyer Ken Montgomery wrote in the letter to Judge Lorna Schofield. Bossip   reports that Taxstone, the Hip Hop podcast host arrested in connection with last year’s deadly shooting at Irving Plaza, has expressed confusion at why Troy is a free man in a letter penned by his lawyer. Days after   Troy Ave was called out by the family of the late Ronald McPhatter, the Brooklyn rapper   has once again found himself at the center of accusatory   claims. Additionally, the lawyer questioned why Troy Ave is a free man despite his more serious charges, and his alleged involvement in a club shooting, which took place days before the Irving Plaza incident. The May 2016 shooting resulted in the death of Troy Ave associate/bodyguard Ronald McPhatter. Troy Ave is out on bail, and is looking at an attempted murder charge. Although Taxstone, whose $500,000 bail was ultimately revoked, has reportedly yet to be officially charged, at the top of this year he was indicted on a handful of charges, including possession of a firearm as a convicted felon and receiving a gun through   interstate commerce. “After several mistakes in his life, Mr. In an attempt to get out of jail, Taxstone recently recruited his lawyer to write the letter, which notes that the social media personality is not a flight risk and was running a successful podcast prior to the shooting.



french Montana f. The track comes ahead of her forthcoming album   Valifornication, which is expected in June. WANT MORE? Wiz Khalifa – “bet they know now”

Taylor Gang vixen Raven Felix has grabbed TG leader Wiz Khalifa again for another new single. Snoop Dogg   – “way back”

Although they lost one of their integral members, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez, the remaining members of TLC — T-Boz and Chilli — are keeping things afloat with a new single and accompanying lyric video, “Way Back.” Featuring the one and only Snoop Dogg, the track is about as laid back as it gets and carries an air of nostalgia along with it. Swae Lee   – “Unforgettable”
As promised, French Montana has finally delivered a video for “Unforgettable,” a vibrant visual filmed in the East African country of Uganda, where he apparently had a transformative life experience. Sob & RBE   – “spice”

Ahead of his The Chang Project, Nef the Pharaoh has dropped his newest   visual in the form of “Spice,” which features fellow rappers SOB and RBE. homeboy sandman   – “bamboo”

Stones Throw Records artist Homeboy Sandman just released his latest project, Veins, and has resurfaced with a video for one of the project’s tracks, “Bamboo,” a partly animated adventure that brings the uptempo track to life. raven felix f. C wells f. Titled “Bet They Know Now,” the mellow ballad dives into what it was like before the fame and success. Starring Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee and the Ugandan dancers, Triplets Ghetto Kids, the video makes it clear why French said the Ugandan kids are “better dancers than Chris Brown.” Toward the end of track, it starts to blend into “No Pressure,” which he simultaneously released with the “Unforgettable” audio last week. chief keef & Ae   – “100s”

Tyga, Chief Keef and AE have joined forces for “100s,” which finds the wasteful trio throwing money out of the window as they drive down the street in Bugattis. Everybody boasts guest spots from notable artists like Juicy J, Killer Mike and Black Thought, and is expected to arrive on May 5. Homeboy Sandman’s video for “Bamboo,” Nef The Pharaoh’s “Spice,” C Wells and Dave East’s “Off The Porch,” Stro’s “Brownsville Freestyle,” and a video from this week’s winner of HipHopDX’s #LitnessTEST, DR3W, also make the cut. Dave East   – “off the porch”

Massachusetts MC C Wells dropped an 8-track mixtape of freestyles entitled Dear, Summer in July 2016 and is back at it with a new single “Off The Porch” featuring one of Harlem’s finest, Dave East. Check out Thursday’s edition here. STro   – “brownsville freestyle”

Dropping references to Biggie, Jay Z and late Wu-Tang rapper Ol’ Dirty Bastard all within three minutes, 20-year-old rapper Stro kills his   new “Brownsville Freestyle,” and finds more interest in New York’s past than in referencing current styles of rap. TLC makes a comeback with the Snoop Dogg-assisted “Way Back,” Tyga, Chief Keef and AE throw money in the air in “100s,” and Wiz Khalifa jumps on “Bet They Know Now” with Taylor Gang’s Raven Felix to round out the Top 5. Watch the colorful visual above. dr3w   – “anxiety”

#LitnessTEST went down at the HipHopDX offices on Thursday (April 13) and the winner of the Facebook live event was DR3W with his video for “Anxiety.” Billed as part of a “One Take Contest V.2,” the video finds the aspiring rapper spitting from a graffiti-laden building, putting his rapping prowess on display. tyga f. Produced by DreYouAHitmaker, the track packs a punch with its hard-hitting beat and on-point storytelling. Nef the Pharaoh f. Shot in the middle of nowhere, the video is cinematically enticing and finds Nef truly spicing up his lifestyle. Friday (April 14) is finally here   and to start the weekend off right, the DX Digest   is jam packed with a mix of videos and singles. The video was created by Schlonglord, and includes artwork by The Lurk and cinematography by Robert Adam Mayer. Sitting in the top slot is French Montana’s video that he shot in Uganda   with Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee, “Unforgettable,” and Logic’s new visual for “Black Spiderman” follows closely behind. tlc f. Damian Lemar   – “Black Spiderman”

As the release of his third album, Everybody, inches closer, Logic is back with another offering from the project called “Black Spiderman,” which also features Damian Lemar and a cameo from the Def Jam artist’s wife. Logic f.



Featuring a soundtrack provided by the   Grammy Award-winning Hip Hop collective, the animated series will follow three friends growing up on the most musical block in the world. The crew is also gearing up for the annual Roots Picnic, which is going down in the group’s hometown of Philly on June 3, and in New York City October 1 and 2. Watch   The Roots, Jimmy Fallon and the   Sesame Street characters get down above, as well as the group’s Instagram announcement. Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson and Tarik “Black Thought” Trotter’s hopes are to impact the minds of young children, and cultivate their passion for music. “As we venture into the world that is film and television production, we couldn’t think of a better partner than Amazon to help us develop these first two children’s projects,” Questlove   added. Both projects are   executive produced by Questlove and Black Thought via their Passyunk Productions, as well as with manager Shawn Gee (Soundclash) for Philly Films, and Brian Sher (Boss) for Category 5 Entertainment. The Roots continue to grace the stage of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon   every weeknight, where they are the house band, and have done kids’ shows in the past, including a stint with Sesame Street. #theroots #amazon #thelegendaryrootscrew #philly
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Written by Becky Friedman,   South Street Sounds   focuses on three kids — Zora, Nick and Tyson   — who are ready to play a show at any given time. So far, no details have been revealed around the second series, except that it will be live-action. “Our love for music started as young kids, and we hope to inspire a generation of future artists, musicians and music fans through the stories we tell and the music they hear on these shows,” Black Thought said in a statement. Never not working. The Roots   have partnered up with Amazon for two children’s TV series, one of which is tentatively titled South Street Sounds, reports Deadline. …….and then this happened.



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7. Back End
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9. Safe (feat. Lord Forgive Me
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1. Rich Homie Quan’s   Back To The Basics   stream, cover art and tracklist are below. It would be his first body of work released since 2015’s   ABTA. Gamble
6. Rich Homie Quan has yet to climb back to the heights of his stellar   2014-2015   but he may have turned things around with his recent signing to Motown Records in late February. Str8 The 11-track project features several previously released singles including “Replay,” “Da Streets” and “Heart Cold.” Keeping things mostly on himself, Cyko is the only featured guest on the project. Replay
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8. As fans of the Atlanta rapper anticipate the release of his major label debut, Rich Homie is getting back to the fundamentals   with   Back To The Basics. Heart Cold
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Shortly after K-Dot dropped DAMN, a user by the name of n9y25ah7_ hopped on Reddit with an intriguing theory on the possibility of a second Kendrick album   coming Easter Sunday. The second album will be the second telling of the story but instead of dying he will live,” reddit user, Shit_Lord_Detective wrote. @z0mbycr4p @SounwaveTDE theory: damn is red pill, blue pill is nation, making DAMNNATION
— SOUR CRE▲M 🅱 (@sourbhris) April 14, 2017

Sunday night also corresponds with Kendrick’s headlining set for Day 3 of Coachella,   which will be streamed live on YouTube, so if he does have a   Part 2 hidden up his sleeve, he’ll have a massive live audience for it. “Album starts with a story. HE GETS SHOT IN THE INTRO AND IT GOES FULL CIRCLE ON THE LAST TRACK. In a separate thread, another reddit user touched on the possibility of Kendrick dropping an album about dying (DAMN) and another about living. CRIPS AND BLOODS,” n9y25ah7_ added. As time passes, more and more users are   uncovering evidence in support of the hypothesis. KENDRICK IS JESUS AND WILL BE RESURRECTED IN 3 DAYS WITH A NEW ALBUM,” n9y25ah7_ writes. RED PILL AND BLUE PILL. TODAY KENDRICK CHANGED HIS SPOTIFY PICTURE TO A BACKGROUND WITH BLUE BRICKS. EASTER IS 3 DAYS FROM NOW. Although the internet may not be capable of handling back-to-back albums from Kendrick Lamar, an internet   theory is hinting at the possibility of a second album from the Compton rhymer dropping this weekend. The Reddit user also referenced a tweet from TDE’s in-house producer, Sounwave, to craft another theory about a Sunday release. At the end of the story on the first track he gets shot and dies. With Kendrick not keen on spoiling any surprises, fans will just have to wait until Sunday to see if the theories hold any weight. 4|14|17 pic.twitter.com/IGXPG21iI1
— Sounwave (@SounwaveTDE) April 14, 2017

There is the possibility that the red and blue signify two different albums from Kendrick. “KENDRICK ‘DIES’ IN THIS ALBUM. JESUS DIED AND WAS RESSURECTED 3 DAYS LATER ON EASTER. The original user took note of the fact that Kendrick “dies” at the start of DAMN and could be resurrected   with an album released on Easter, the day Jesus was said to have returned from the dead. In regards to a possible title for Kendrick’s rumored second album, Twitter user @sourbhris offered some insight. Some of the “proof” that has been put forward could be interpreted in different ways, so take this theory for what it is: a theory. And the end of the last track on the album it rewinds and starts the story again. THE BACKGROUND OF THE ALBUM ART IS RED BRICKS. The album art for DAMN, as well as Kendrick’s new Spotify picture both back up that possibility. “DAMN REPRESENTS THE RED PILL. Sounwave posted a photo of Morpheus, Laurence Fishburne’s character from The Matrix, known for offering Keanu Reeve’s Neo a red pill and a blue pill. The idea of an artist dropping surprise albums back-to-back isn’t entirely far-fetched, given that Future released FUTURE and HNDRXX   within a week of each other   earlier this year. That said, rumors of a third album spread quickly before eventually being quashed by the man himself.



24K Magic   by Bruno Mars has reached just (“just” seems unfair here) 470 million streams since it dropped 20 weeks ago. Drake’s latest playlist, which currently has 1.07 billion streams, is wiping the floor with its competitors. With all that taken into account, it’s almost scary the ease with which Drake is brushing aside the competition right now. Currently,   VIEWS   is perched at CN Tower heights   with a grand total of   3.48 billion on-demand audio streams to date, according to Billboard. Drake has cemented his spot at the top of the game right now, with his 2017 playlist More Life breaking 1 billion streams online just a few short weeks after its release. Ed Sheeran’s album   Divide, which came out a week before   More Life, has earned itself what should be a respectable   599 million streams — but that figure looks pretty paltry compared to Drizzy’s dominance. After all,   More Life   almost matched that figure in its very first week, racking up   384.8 million streams in its first seven days of release. More Life,   which dropped on March 18, looks ready to challenge Drake’s 2016 album   VIEWS   for its spot as the most streamed album of all time.



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Let It Burn f. “People want real. Styles P and Talib Kweli are here to keep Hip Hop anchored to its roots with the release of their collaborative album,   The Seven. Rapsody and Chris Rivers
Last Ones People want real authentic Hip Hop they can vibe to.”
Meanwhile, Talib Kweli released his Awful People are Great at Parties   album in November. The LP is aptly made up of seven tracks. While speaking with HipHopDX at the Los Angeles tour stop, the Yonkers trio reflected on ageism in Hip Hop. Styles P and Talib Kweli’s   The Seven album stream, cover art and tracklist are below. “There’s no age bracket when you nice at it and I don’t think it’s a New York thing,” Styles said about staying relevant in the game. Sheek Louch, Jadakiss and NIKO IS
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Teleprompters f. Styles P spent the beginning of this year touring with The LOX in promotion of the group’s   Filthy America… It’s Beautiful album. Poets and Gangstas
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Nine Point Five f. P’s fellow LOX members, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, join Talib Kweli’s frequent collaborator NIKO IS on “Nine Point Five.” Other guest appearances come from Common, Vic Orena, Rapsody and Chris Rivers.



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Had 2 (prod. Stream Playboi   Carti’s   Playboi Carti mixtape and see the cover art and tracklist below. Lil Uzi Vert (prod. Location (prod. The last feature comes from newcomer Leven Kali on “Flex.”
.@playboicarti's first time performing "woke up like this*" pic.twitter.com/gjTnYZFvY9
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) April 9, 2017

Pierre Bourne, Southside and Harry Fraud handle most of the production on   Playboi   Carti. 9
dothatshit! A$AP Rocky, who has given Playboi   Carti a major co-sign and had him on the Cozy Tapes track “Telephone Calls,” appears on “New Choppa.” Lil Uzi Vert shows up on “Lookin” and “wokeuplikethis*,” which the Atlanta rapper performed at a recent show in Los Angeles. The   Interscope signee‘s project   is made up of 15 tracks. by Harry Fraud)
Magnolia (prod. by Pierre Bourne)
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Let It Go (prod. by Pierre Bourne)
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I would spend my last few dollars to buy this album. 💯
— DAMN (@pfeiferjohn14) April 13, 2017

this kendrick lamar album really has me like pic.twitter.com/DoPwwHhXky
— ife the child of God (@HXRLEEN) April 13, 2017 In a true case of “ask and you shall receive,” people all over the world are currently able to bump tracks like “Royalty” with Rihanna and the collaboration with U2, “XXX,” which one user says is the “hardest song on the album.”
.@kendricklamar i bet you wont leak the album
— young thunder storm (@au79x) April 13, 2017

As expected, people are also claiming it’s the “craziest” Kendrick album ever, nothing but “fire” and, naturally, “album of the year.” Scroll down to read some of Twitter’s reactions. DAMN. THE INTERNET – Hours before Kendrick Lamar’s highly anticipated album, DAMN., was supposed to drop, the entire 14-track project leaked all over the internet. — Sounwave (@SounwaveTDE) April 14, 2017

Ironically, people have been begging K-Dot to leak the project ahead of its scheduled release. But what if I told you… that's not the official version.. Kendrick album of the year 3x champ 🏆🏆🏆
— joe (@_jlbs) April 14, 2017

The song with U2 on it is like the hardest song on the album… well played Kendrick…
— Chris Vilan (@CristianoVilan) April 14, 2017

Kendrick Lamar x Rihanna — LOYALTY. .@dangerookipawaa @TopDawgEnt @kendricklamar @miyatola @iamstillpunch Blame Target for the leak haha pic.twitter.com/j0qqHM8uAi
— PincheChewster (@PincheChewster) April 13, 2017

So who hacked Lebron's email? pic.twitter.com/KIXRE8dx9G
— Devon 🏌🏾 (@devonharipal) April 13, 2017

This probably the craziest Kendrick Lamar album ever…. if you accepted TPAB this album is the reward im telling you lol
— ㅤ (@elijahb206) April 14, 2017

"EVEN WHEN MY ALBUM LEAK FANS STILL BUY IT FOR PROOF" – King Kendrick Lamar pic.twitter.com/9PAojN7YJF
— Damatré&Jermelangel (@neyneyzone6) April 13, 2017

Kendrick Lamar album leak I'll just wait until tomorrow fuck it commute to work 🔥
— Antonio (@antoniojg1986) April 13, 2017

Twitter is an amazing place! Some are even showing enough restraint to wait until it’s “officially” out. If you a real fan you won't listen to the leak! One tweet and I get that @kendricklamar #Damn leak… 😍😍😍
— Lord Daniel Harris (@djharris05) April 13, 2017

Damn.. that Kendrick Lamar leak… but Ima wait 👀
— Derrière Connoisseur (@BardockObama) April 13, 2017

"Even when my album leak, fans still buy it for proof"- Kendrick Lamar
— Anas Muhammad (@Anassyn) April 13, 2017

Even though Kendrick Lamar album has leaked all the true fans will buy it. While it’s unclear where the leak originated, some people are blaming Target for the blunder and suggesting someone had hacked LeBron James’ email since he was privy to the project early. 👀
— Justin Credible (@J_Credible) April 14, 2017

Of course, social media users have responded with a mixed bag of emotions that range from excitement and disappointment to claims that people aren’t “real” fans if they listen to the leak. One user even essentially dared him to do it. #damn @kendricklamar
— Jonathan Joseph (@Tha_Vibrant) April 13, 2017

Patiently waiting for @kendricklamar to drop fuck a leak
— nate nate (@natenails323) April 14, 2017

TDE’s producer Sounwave threw in this wrench of a post.



Now, in a recent interview with TMZ, Prince said he wants to help Bryan Williams reach an end to the saga between him and Wayne. Count J. “It has to be somewhere, so wherever it’s at, we have to reach in and grab it, even if it’s in his ass,” he says. “As I’ve stated publicly a few times, we’re going to get to the bottom of that,” he shared. The Rap-A-Lot founder has previously announced his allegiance to Weezy and mocked the Cash Money CEO for his demanding “respek” to be put on his name. Prince was asked where he thought Birdman stashes all the money owed to Tunechi and Jas. Birdman also owes Prince’s son, Jas, millions of dollars after a lengthy lawsuit over the rights to Drake’s music. Prince among those fed up with Birdman holding Lil Wayne hostage. Amidst the battle, Lil Wayne has kept his business moving as much as he can, touring and even starting a Young Money Radio station on Dash Radio. “It’s not that bad, but it depends on how they embrace it,” the mogul said. “We’re going to make ’em an offer they can’t refuse.”
The reporter questioned the nature of the offer, and said it sounds threatening, given Prince’s   history of violence.