Well, we guess this means those pictures were real!
We're talking full frontal. Full. Frontal.
[Image via Justin Bieber/Instagram.]
He's not going to let this beef die.
Meek Mill bizarrely tried to take on Drake in a old fashioned rap beef over whether or not the Canadian entertainer used ghostwriters on his songs. Well, Kendrick Lamar has tossed his hat into the ring now too!
The Los Angeles native appears on Dr. Dre's new album Compton, and on the song Darkside/Gone, KL raps:
"Enemies giving me energy I wanna fight now/Subliminally sent to me all of this hate."
Basically, people have assumed that this is a shot at Drizzy, referencing his song Energy. But on the song Deepwater, Kendrick throws some clearer shade, saying:
Dr. Dre has been very active in the music industry since the release of his sophomore album 2001! So, you might have forgotten that the prolific producer's last album was released in 1999!
But the Nuthin' but a "G" Thang rapper's musical hiatus will shortly come to an end. It's been announced that Dre will release his first new album in over 15 years!
This weekend, the 50-year-old announced on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio that he would be debuting Compton: A Soundtrack By Dr. Dre on Friday, August 7!
The Beats By Dre creator explained that the inspiration for his return to the recording studio was the
It's a celebration for Future!
The rapper hit number one on the Billboard album charts this week, as DS2 debuted at the top of the list — and the rapper set his best all-time sales week this past seven days, with more than 121,000 albums sold!
Those phenoms sales numbers are helped by his single Commas, which hit number 11 on Billboard's Hot Rap Songs chart back in June.
Future is in good company,
But will they be right??
Will the best artists with the best music videos get the Moon Man? Or will Kanye West have to do some interrupting??
See the full list of nominees (below)!
What we wouldn't pay to see this!
If you consider yourself an A$AP Rocky fan, then you're probably well aware of his 2013 song 1 Train off his debut album.
Well, even though it's been over two years since the track dropped, one celeb who's featured in a verse just heard the song for the first time and really appreciated the shout out!
Such a fun night at the BET Awards!!
FOR THE AWARDS, right?! RIGHT!
So with that said, let's take a look at all the stars who walked away with their egos slightly inflated this evening. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the full winners list (below)!
The rapper kicked the show off with a performance of his song Alright, off his To Pimp A Butterfly album, which was full of patriotic imagery… and some vandalized cop cars.
And right when we thought things couldn't get any better, KL slayed the ending!
We could keep going on and on and on about the performance, but it's best that you just watch it (below) and remember, we gonna be alright!