Rozay, Rozay, Rozay

I was told that if you say his name three times, Rick Ross will appear and say UH! and leave….sikeee.

Rick Ross recently revealed the cover of the sequel to his critically acclaimed album: Port of Miami.

The internet went up in excitement. Now that Ross has us all on edge, he’s feeding us bits and bits of greatness.

Act a Fool is Ross’s latest single. He taps the shoulder of artist and confidant, Wale. The track sounds like MMG from 2009/2010. When the entire group was dropping compilation albums and killing each other’s features. They’re bringing that feeling back and I can’t wait to hear POM2!

Listen to Act a Fool above:


Future and Lil Baby Snap on ‘Out The Mud’

It looks like grind season is in full effect. Atlanta’s own, Lil baby and Future collab in their latest single Out The Mud.

They both rhyme about the the gratification you fell after grinding your whole life for something. One thing we all can learn from a lot of rappers, is the important of trusting the process and always GRINDING it out.

Similar to Roddy Ricch’s single with the same title, released in May, the song motivates us all to work towards our goals.

Stream it below:

Entertainment Music

Chris Brown and Drake FINALLY Drop a Single!

Breezy and Drake have finally put any old aggressions they’ve held against each other to the side and we couldn’t be happier! Fans have always wondered what a full Champagne Papi and Breezy collaboration would sound like.

The two Grammy nominated artists release a smooth bop just in time for Summer!

No Guidance gives all the praise to the apple of their eyes. Ladies, this ones for us. I’m wondering what the rest of Chris Brown’s album, Indigo, will sound like. It’s said to, like his famous mixtapes to contain about 30 songs. Who else could be on the feature list?

Stream No Guidance below and stay tuned for the latest in entertainment news.


Do People Still Read Poetry?

While randomly thumbing through the folds of my mind, a poem so poignant came to me. “Who Will Cry for The Little Boy?” It’s just how I feel in this current stage of life. I wonder who will cry for the little girl or the little boy inside us all. Read “A Thousand Deaths,” above and its inspiration by Antoine Fisher below. Please let me know what you think in the comments. Does this resonate with you?