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T.I. and Young Thug release new song “Ring”

T.I. and Young Thug release new song “Ring”

T.I. and Young Thug release new song “Ring”

Young Thug has been tapped by T.I. for his latest single “Ring.”

This is not the first time that both the rappers have worked together. Previously, Young Thug featured on T.I.’s 2018 studio album Dime Trap along with Swizz Beatz for the song “The Weekend.” Previously, Young Thug took to Instagram to confirm that the music video for “Ring” will release on September 25.

They began collaborating in 2014, in tracks such as “About The Money,” “Eww Eww Eww (Remix),” “Can’t Tell” and “Off-Set.”

Even Thugger has been consistent when it comes to sharing his music. This year, he also released his collaboration project with Chris Brown titled Slime & B. Last year, his full-length solo project So Much Fun came out, following which, a deluxe version was released. In this project, several artists such as Lil Baby, Future, Quavo, and Travis Scott were featured and it went on to attain a platinum certification from the RIAA.

Since the release of T.I.’s Dime Trap, he’s been guiding undiscovered talent on the hit Netflix show Rhythm & Flow. He was also featured in the RZA-directed film Cut Throat City.

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Mulatto drops new visual for “On God”

Mulatto drops new visual for “On God”

Mulatto drops new visual for “On God”

Mulatto is definitely doing pretty well right now. Just last month, she released her latest album Queen Of Da Souf, featuring 13 amazing tracks along with appearances from Gucci Mane, 42 Dugg, Saweetie, Trina, 21 Savage, and City Girls. Moreover, she can also boast of graduating from XXL’s 2020 Freshman class, joining other talented artists such as Fivio Foreign, Polo G, NLE Choppa, CHIKA, and Rod Wave. Now, she released the visual for her song “On God,” produced by Diego Ave and Bankroll Got It and showcases Mulatto discussing success, sex, and more:

“Got ‘em like mm-hmm (Uh), pussy too good, real boss b***h, need a n***a out the hood, askin’ where I’m at, I’m in the wish a b***h would, pretty-ass face but I’m known for hittin’ juggs/

Mm-hmm, swipe that card, ass on fat and my bag on large, milkshake bring trap n***as to the yard, he ain’t never leave this pretty-ass p***y, on God…/”

The video comes courtesy of Cole Bennett and Lyrical Lemonade, and features Mulatto singing in a bright house in the sky, wherein men handle various objects such as urinals and clothes racks, “Flintstones” style. In another scene, she can be seen shopping with her friends. A re-enactment of a classic Remy Ma car scene was also incorporated.

This album will mark Mulatto’s big label debut LP under RCA Records, and comes after her previous releases such as Miss Mulatto, Latto Let ‘Em Know, and her self-titled mixtape, which were released in 2016, 2017, and 2018, respectively. She also released the EPs Big Latto and Hit The Latto last year. Her number of assists have also seen an increase, providing verses for the likes of G-Eazy, Chloe x Halle, Saucy Santana, and Hitmaka.

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Regina King becomes first Black woman director at Venice Film Festival

Regina King becomes first Black woman director at Venice Film Festival

Regina King becomes first Black woman director at Venice Film Festival

This year, Regina King made history at Venice International Film Festival, as she became the first-ever Black female director whose film was screened in the annual event. Her directorial debut One Night in Miami was showcased earlier this week.

King stated that the reception of her film by the critics will either “open doors or close doors for more Black female directors.”

“Unfortunately, across the world, that’s how things seem to work,” she told the outlet. “One woman gets a shot and if she does not succeed, it shuts thing down for years until someone else gets a shot.”

“I am so grateful for our film to be a part of the festival but I really, really want it to perform well,” she added. “There’s so much talent out there — so many talented directors — so if One Night in Miami gets it done here, you’ll get to see a lot more of us.”

The film revolves around Kemp Powers’ fictional account of an actual meeting that occurred between Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Jim Brown and Cassius Clay in 1964 — before he changed his named to Muhammad Ali. Amazon purchased the rights for One Night in Miami in late July and due to the pandemic, the released was delayed. But, because of the death of George Floyd, King chose to release her debut.

“We thought we’d push it back because we didn’t know what the climate of going to theaters would be like, and then a couple of months after the pandemic hit, [George Floyd was killed],” she said. “For all the producers and everyone involved, we were like, ‘This needs to come out now.’”

“I feel like fate always had it planned out this way, but maybe we’re lucky and we’re going to have the opportunity to be a piece of art out there that moves the needle in a conversation about transformative change,” she added.

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