Cardi B's ‘Invasion of Privacy’ Goes Gold In One Day

Cardi B is truly making money moves. The Bronx rapper’s debut album, Invasion Privacy, has been certified Gold by the RIAA in just only a day. The gold certification comes with a technicality though. According to Forbes, the project reportedly received the brand new certification due to the success her five-times platinum-selling single “Bodak Yellow.” The Chart Data states that 10 track units is the equivalent one album sale, which...

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Drake Is Planning to Drop a New Song Friday Night [VIDEO]

Back in January, Drake laced us with his Scary Hours EP, which featured the now viral hit and video “God’s Plan.” Well, Drizzy is back again. On Thursday (April 5), the rap superstar made an appearance at Majid Jordan’s show in Toronto and delivered the exciting news that he’s dropping a new single on Friday night (April 6). “The reason I’m here tonight is because I’m back in the city finishing my album,” Drake told the crowd. “I’ve...

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Cardi B's Lyrics About Chrissy Teigen and Rihanna Surprised Fans

Cardi B is leaving fans awestruck with her debut album, Invasion Privacy. The rap superstar delivers some eyebrow-raising lyrics on several tracks on the collection. One song, “She Bad,” has fans chattering on Twitter over her sexualized lyrics. On the tune, Cardi raps about yearning for a potential threesome with John Legend’s wife Chrissy Teigen and pop superstar Rihanna. “I need Chrissy Teigen / Know a bad bitch when I see one /...

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13 Hip-Hop/R&B Dream Collaborations We Would Love to Hear

One major artist on a hit song is great, but it never hurts if two music superstars collaborate on a track. Recently, Twitter was atwitter when SZA responded to a fan’s tweet suggesting that she and Missy Elliott collaborate on a song together. “A dangerous dream I only dreamt in me dreams,” the CTRL singer responded. Missy caught wind her tweet and replied back, “Sounds like a SCORCHER BANGA to me. Mercy!” A few days later, Missy and...

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Sade's 'Stronger Than Pride' Album Still Strong After 30 Years

In terms sheer impact and influence, the 1980s was a groundbreaking decade for R&B, with an array new talent being introduced to the public during this period, R&B would reign supreme, thanks in large part to acts like Prince, Anita Baker, Luther Vandross and other premier talent. However, one group that would emerge from the shadows to make a big impact on the genre would be Sade, a band musicians from England fronted by...

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