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Blac Youngsta unveils powerful new visual for “Truth Be Told”

Blac Youngsta unveils powerful new visual for “Truth Be Told”

Blac Youngsta unveils powerful new visual for “Truth Be Told”

Last weekend, Blac Youngsta and Moneybagg Yo collaborated on the project Code Red, which includes 13 tracks and appearances from 42 Dugg, City Girls, DaBaby, Yo Gotti, Pooh Sheisty, and more. Almost right after the release of visual for Moneybagg’s “SRT” comes a new clip from a project titled “Truth Be Told,” which includes production from Brxtn, Dzimi, and 1040. This particular track is extremely powerful, as he talks about various tragic incidents in his personal life:

“Do you really have what it takes to be a millionaire? My TT, she got sick on me, I told her she’ll be fine, I saw that cancer killing TT, I saw TT dying, my TT wanted to see me, but my TT end up dying…/”

In the black-and-white video, Blac Youngsta can be seen rapping as actual familial issues unfold around him, throwing light on sickness, violence, and more. Then, the Memphis star is arrested due to his apparent actions and they see him smoking, reading a bible, and so much more. Undoubtedly, it is a song with several underlying emotions.     

Before Code Red, Blac Youngsta released his sophomore LP Church On Sunday in November, 2019, featuring 16 tracks and appearances from T.I.Yo Gotti, Tory Lanez, G-Eazy, Ty Dolla $ign, PnB Rock, and Wiz Khalifa. Last year, he also released EP Cut Up, which included three cuts. .

Blac Youngsta recently spoke on his city’s success in hip hop to Billboard:

“Too many millionaires coming out the city… Everyone’s looking like, ‘Where the f*** they get the money from?’ I love where the city’s at right now — I love what Tay Keith is doing with the beats.”

Press play on “Truth Be Told” below.

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Lil Wayne releases the original version of ‘Tha Carter V’

Lil Wayne releases the original version of ‘Tha Carter V’

Lil Wayne releases the original version of ‘Tha Carter V’

Everyone is aware that the career of Lil Wayne has been extremely exciting, starting from his tenure as a young Hot Boy and then transforming to become his best version of goatness, particularly with the amazing mixtape run and also his Tha Carter series. Undeniable, he is one of the greatest rappers that the country has witnessed.  

In 2011, his 2x platinum album Tha Carter IV was released and since then, his fans have been vying for Tha Carter V. However, we couldn’t enjoy C5 until 2018, and he and Birdman were engaged in legal disputes. However, Wayne was forced to eliminate a few tracks from the album only to align with the current age in Hip Hop. He finally released the original version of Tha Carter V, and fans couldn’t be more delighted.

The album comes with 10 records and includes guest appearances from 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Post Malone, and the legendary Raekwon. As we are enjoying classic material from many of our favorite artists on various streaming services, Tunechi made his fans very happy by re-releasing his classic 2009 mixtape No Ceilings on streaming platforms. 

Recently, Wayne’s manager and long-time friend Cortez Bryant revealed that he is working on ensuring that all of Weezy’s mixtapes can be heard on streaming platforms:

“Now with streaming, I think that we want to put out everything man, all the mixtapes,” he said. “We want everyone to hear [or have them] discover [his mixtapes]. At least that’s where everybody listens to music, so they’re not forced to go into their iTunes catalogs from back in the day of what they downloaded. We want to make sure it’s at their fingertips on streaming platforms.”

Check out the original version of Tha Carter V below and let us know what you think!  

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Mariah Carey opens up about her traumatic childhood in upcoming memoir

Mariah Carey opens up about her traumatic childhood in upcoming memoir

Mariah Carey opens up about her traumatic childhood in upcoming memoir

Mariah Carey is getting ready to release her memoir “The Meaning of Mariah Carey” and has spoken about a few enthralling personal stories she chose to reveal in the book.  

Recently, the singer interacted with Oprah Winfrey on her new Apple TV+ series “The Oprah Conversation” and she spoke about a few of her childhood experiences.

During the initial portion of the talk, Winfrey asked Carey why she chose to disclose her life story. Carey responded, “To have held onto my inner child was really important to me ever since I was a child.”

Both Carey and Winfrey read through a few excerpts of the book, out of which, some spoke about dark moment during her childhood. The singer grew up as the youngest among three kids and she recalled how she always knew when trouble was impending.  

“Yeah, that was a thing. It’s described through the feeling of when a storm is about to happen … It’s a scary thing, but you sense it, and you learn to navigate your behavior because of it,” she told Winfrey.

Carey stated how she had an “extremely violent” brother and ”troubled and traumatized” sister, and thus, she was on “the chopping block” over the years. Mariah Carey also noted that the feud between her and her siblings could have been the fact that they grew up in different homes. In a particular passage, Mariah Carey spoke about the times when her siblings lied to gossip magazines and her sister gave her drugs.   

“When I was 12 years old, my sister drugged me with valium, offered me a pinky nail full of cocaine, inflicted me with third degree burns and tried to sell me out to a pimp,” an excerpt from the book read.

In regards to her relationship with her parents, Carey said she “didn’t connect” with her father much because of his “strictness.” She also confessed to having a “really difficult” relationship with her mother, but said she will “always take care of her.” “My hope is that she sees the essence of me as a good person and someone that has tried, but we’ve been through a lot,” she said.

In another part of the book, she spoke about the role played by Derek Jeter in her divorce. She also spoke about her biracial background and some great career moments.  

The “Meaning of Mariah Carey” will be available on Sept. 29.

Check out the teasers for Carey’s conversation with Winfrey below.

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Kajmir Kwest is the perfect reflection of pain converted into triumph

Kajmir Kwest is the perfect reflection of pain converted into triumph

Kajmir Kwest is the perfect reflection of pain converted into triumph

South Los Angeles, formerly officially and sometimes still referred to as South-Central Los Angeles, is a region in southern Los Angeles County, California, lying mostly within the city limits of Los Angeles, just south of downtown. It is “defined on Los Angeles city maps as a 16-square-mile rectangle with two prongs at the south end.” In 2003, the Los Angeles City Council renamed this area “South Los Angeles”.

The history of ‘South Central’ includes Crips, Bloods, high murder rates, Ice Cube, Ice T, Barry White, Coolio, Issa Rae, Montell Jordan, and Tyrese represent its rich culture. The South-Central streets are not for the light-hearted, and thousands of dreams died in pursuit of greatness. 

The echoes of pain reverberate within the faces of Blacks, Latinos, and Hispanics every day.  

South Central native Kajmir Kwest symbolizes the purest form of hope and triumph within Millennial culture.  Born from confusion and unimaginable odds, Kamir Kwest’s life became marked failure but destined for greatness in the same moment.  The glaring absence of a father in a young man’s life creates unrepairable pain and a permanent void.  Music is the perfect medicine for pain and elevates the human spirit on incomparable levels. 

Throughout Kajmir’s life, God’s presence has surrounded his musical interests, sound, and direction.  The love of Hip-Hop pulled on his heartstrings during his childhood years, which ignited a fire inside that would never extinguish.  Sharing sold-out stages with Hip-Hop royalty such as Dogg Pound, Knocturnal, and more certified the grind and belief within himself. In 2010, he launched his entertainment imprint ‘Triple R Music Group’ and never looked over his shoulder.  Since 2010, his digital catalog has surpassed 300,000+ streams across Spotify, Apple, and YouTube.  The great Fredrick Douglas said, “with tragedy comes inspiration.”  Kajmir Kwest is the perfect reflection of pain converted into triumph.

Watch his video: Here

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