Looking to end 2017 on a strong note, T.I. has been busy dropping new music. He has teamed up with Cash Money artist Jacquees on his newest track, Certified. The song comes courtesy of the D*ck Riding Is Not A Form Of Transportation 2, the new mixtape from Tip’s DJ MLK.
You can hear Certified below.
RJMrLA and DJ Mustard were two of the many artists who released a project last night. They teamed up for The Ghetto. The pair also released a visual for the YG collaboration ‘Don’t Make Me Look Stupid’ which was directed by Motion Family.
You can watch it below.
by Jeritta Dee
Have you seen Migos Motorsport video ft Cardi B and Nicki Minaj? These two music icon rappers came hard and they didn’t come to play. The two showed their own styles and taught us that two different personalities can join to make greatness.
Nicki Minaj is from Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago while Cardi B is from Bronx, New York, and their styles mixed perfectly. Cardi B with her lyrics adding a little Spanish in her verse shows she has an exciting side to her. The infamous Nicki Minaj is always bringing her sexy, seductive, innocent, and different personalities to her verses no matter what.
Rumors have it that the two had some beef between them surrounding who is really the queen of rap. Cardi B has worked her way to the top and hit number one on the Billboards chart. This really hiked up her fan base. But everyone is wondering can she keep it going? Well, that’s something that we all to wait and find out. Despite the rumors, they worked together and dropped great verses on this song. Keep it up, ladies.
You can check out the video below.
After crashing a coding class Wednesday (Dec. 6), shocking dozens of unsuspecting fifth graders at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Academy in Chicago, the Grammy-winning rapper stood among executives of Google’s charitable arm to announce a $1.5 million donation to both Chicago Public Schools and Chance’s nonprofit, SocialWorks.
“Our grant with Google.org helps SocialWorks provide programming that sheds light on another pathway to success for young Chicagoans,” Justin Cunningham, executive director of SocialWorks, said in a press release. “While every student doesn’t need to become a computer scientist, understanding the basics empowers them to understand the world they live in. The opportunity to help kids code to share their music, artwork and distinct point of view is at the core of our mission and an experience we look forward to providing in classrooms across the city.”
SocialWorks is co-founded by Chance and aims to empower youth through the arts, education and civic engagement, while fostering leadership, accessibility, and positivity within the youth throughout Chicago, according to its website.
With $500,000 going to Chicago Public Schools’ CS4All Initiative and $1 million to SocialWorks, Google.org Principal Justin Steele said in a press release that the grant will help teachers implement computer science and arts curriculum in their classrooms, giving the chance for students underrepresented in computer science to explore the field.