Will Smith Joined By Wife Jada & Kids At ‘King Richard’ Premiere, Jada Limits Comments + Serena, Venus & Olympia STUN!


A family affair! Will Smith was joined by his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith and their children, Jaden and Willow Smith, for a screening of his new movie, King Richard, during the AFI Fest in West Hollywood.

Also, Serena Williams, Venus Williams and more hit the carpet! See the flicks inside…


Will Smith was joined by his wife of 20+ years Jada Pinkett Smith on the red carpet for the first time as more details about their marriage come out via his new memoir, Will.

Before King Richard hits theaters and HBO Max on November 19th, the film based on the lives of Venus and Serena Williams was shown at the 2021 AFI Fest Closing Night at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday evening. In the biographical drama feature, Will plays Richard Williams, the father of tennis superstars, Venus and Serena Williams.

The 53-year-old actor turned the night into a family affair, hitting the carpet alongside his wife Jada and their two children, Jaden, 23, and Willow, 2.

It’s the first time Will and Jada have been seen together publicly since the recent influx of headlines about their marriage.

The former “A Different World” actress opened up about her entanglement with singer August Alsina, which seemed to spearhead an online obsession about their marriage. And don’t get it twisted, they both have been cutting up behind-the-scenes.

The “Fresh Prince” alum opened up about cheating on Jada in a recent GQ article and his “raging jealousy” of Tupac since he knew Jada was madly in love with him.

Several dark truths about their marriage have come out in these past few months, resulting in online criticism from every corner of the Internet.

It seems Jada is tired of y’all opinions because she limited the comments on her latest Instagram post she put up of herself and the Smith gang at the AFI Fest.

Despite the issues they’ve gone through, it seems they’re both committed to loving each other forever.

During an appearance on "Good Morning America," Will explained that he and Jada are working toward something special, whether their style of love is what works for everyone else or not.

Will Smith discusses his unconventional marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith: "We are pursuing the kind of love that everybody dreams about." https://t.co/vRreY7Ex8P@tjholmes pic.twitter.com/eLb0Y1HDzH

— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 9, 2021

“We are pursuing unconditional love,” he explained. “We are pursuing the kind of love that everybody dreams about. We just know that the road doesn’t look like everybody think it’s supposed to look.”

Peep the clip above. 

Back on the carpet…

Will snapped it up with the movie’s stars, Demi Singleton, Saniyya Sidney, and Aunjanue Ellis, along with Serena Williams and Venus Williams. 

NBA star Dwight Howard was seen dapping up Will on the carpet.


Come on, slayage! The Williams Sisters snapped it up with the girls who play them as young tennis playing sisters, Demi Singleton and Saniyya Sidney. They all look gorgeous!

Loving the throwback to the hairbeads that the Williams Sisters became known for during their tennis careers. Always fun times when they hit the carpet together.

And look who joined mommy on the carpet: Olympia! The mother-daughter duo was the cutest in their matching ‘fits, posing it up alongside husband/dad Alexis Ohanian. 

Momy & me! Adorbs.  

Work, Venus!

Peep a few videos from the red carpet below: 





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FAB times!


King Richard hits theaters and HBO Max on November 19th. 

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Jada Pinkett Smith Saw How Y’all Twisted Her Words & Says She & Will Smith Have Zero Issues In The Bedroom

Jada Pinkett Smith recently spoke about her sex life with her husband Will Smith on "Red Table Talk," but folks seemingly got her words twisted up. She has some words for the folks who are speculating she and Will are having issues in the bedroom inside…


For those of you reading into Jada Pinkett Smith‘s newest episode of "Red Table Talk" where she talks about her sex life with Will Smith, she wants you to simmer down.

Yesterday, Jada realeased a new episode of her Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk" where she and her mother/co-host Adrienne Banfield-Norris were joined by actress Gwyneth Paltrow to dish on what it takes to maintain a good sex life and the importance of communication with your partner.

The conversation was segued in after Jada mention Gwyneth is having some of the best sex at the age of 49. The actress credited it to being a newlywed. With 26 years in the marriage game, Jada opened up about mainting a sex life with her husband, Will.

"It’s hard," Jada said. "The thing Will and I talk about a lot is the journey. We started in this at a very young age, you know, 22 years old. That’s why the accountability part really hit for me because I think you expect your partner to know [what you need], especially when it comes to sex. It’s like, ‘Well, if you love me, you should know. If you love me, you should read my mind.’ That’s a huge pitfall."

"Isn’t it weird, though? It’s like someone doesn’t read your mind and we feel crushed," Gwyneth said.

"Crushed!," Jada responded. "You tell me what you need. Tell me what you want, and on top of it, I know that I have to be accountable to do the same…I really try. It’s uncomfortable, but it’s deeply healthy, and I think around sex, because it’s something that we don’t talk about and there’s so much fantasy around it."

Hear what she said exactly below (at the 13:50 minute mark):

Folks took her comment and ran with it on social media. Peep some tweets below:


jada when will ask for a smidgen of coochie pic.twitter.com/IWKrBtkAHE

— Deontae (@OGPO0H) October 27, 2021




Jada Pinkett: “you know that nigga Will don’t know how to fuck, right?” pic.twitter.com/aVaoW1Gyf9

—  (@BarkyBoogz) October 27, 2021



jada pinkett-smith every other month


— Upside Down Pineapple Cake Papi (@poochivicious) October 27, 2021




Nobody at all

Not a soul:

Jada Pinkett, unprovoked: pic.twitter.com/3Wkdno8NXH

— (@Goose_Haley) October 27, 2021




Headline: Jada Pinkett-Smith Reveals—

Me: pic.twitter.com/WCD3luPOof

— Jeremy Moon (@jeremymoonmusic) October 27, 2021



“That Jada and that Will love” bar aged like skinless avocados

— Richard Nevels (@Richie_l0c0) October 28, 2021



No one :

Jada : " I wonder how I can embarrass this man this month " pic.twitter.com/3UkOtlpjXD

— (@JuniorCartxer) October 27, 2021



Well, the "Red Table Talk" co-host had time today! She wants everyone to know her sex life with Will is solid:





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"Only because I got time today. Stop making up headlines. Watch the @RedTableTalk I did with @GwynethPaltrow for yourselves. Will and I have NEVER had an issue in the bedroom. Thank you," she tweeted.

And there you have it.

It seems folks will never forget her entanglement with August Alsina….even though Will had his fair share of them as well.

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Will Smith Admits Jada Wasn’t The Only One In An ‘Entanglement,’ Talks Microdosing & Why He Never Participated In Slave-Based Projects

Will Smith opens up about his affairs and "customized" marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith, microdosing for the first time and why he chose to steer clear of slave-based projects in the November 2021 issue of GQ magazine. The tea inside…






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Will Smith celebrated his 53rd birthday over the weekend, launching his third year in the "F*ck It 50s" gang. Oh yes, Will loves it here and he explains why in the November 2021 issue of GQ magazine.

Before reaching his 50s, he chopped it up with fellow actor Denzel Washington about entering the next phase in his life and Denzel offered up some good advice for Will.

“Throughout the years, I would always call Denzel. He’s a real sage," he told the publication. "I was probably 48 or something like that and I called Denzel. He said, ‘Listen. You’ve got to think of it as the funky 40. Everybody’s 40s are funky.’ He said, ‘But just wait till you hit the fuck-it 50s,’ ” Smith told me. “He said, ‘Just bear with your 40s.’ I stopped and I was like, ‘The funky 40s and the fuck-it 50s.’ And that’s exactly what happened. It just became the fuck-it 50s, and I gave myself the freedom to do whatever I wanted to do.” Many of those things are detailed in the book, and others he’s still keeping close to the vest. “Some things are for GQ articles and some things are not,” he told me.




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Fans of the Hollywood actor learn more details about Will when his memoir, simply titled Will, is going to press this November. Inside, he opens up about the ups and downs of his two-decade marriage with 50-year-old actress Jada Pinkett Smith.

It seems those "open relationship" rumors that have followed the couple for years are in fact true. While it may not have started that way, at some point, their relationship stopped being monogamous. The public found out about Jada’s "entanglement" with August Alsina when she decided to come clean on her Facebook Watch series, "Red Table Talk."

As much as the "Black Man Don’t Cheat" delegation tried to paint the narrative that Will didn’t cheat in their marriage, he admitted she wasn’t the only one to have an extramarital affair.

“Jada never believed in conventional marriage. … Jada had family members that had an unconventional relationship,” the 53-year-old actor told GQ’s Wesley Lowery. “So, she grew up in a way that was very different than how I grew up. There were significant endless discussions about, what is relational perfection?”

"What is the perfect way to interact as a couple? And for the large part of our relationship, monogamy was what we chose, not thinking of monogamy as the only relational perfection,” Smith told me. “We have given each other trust and freedom, with the belief that everybody has to find their own way. And marriage for us can’t be a prison. And I don’t suggest our road for anybody"

While their "customized" marriage works for them, it isn’t for everyone and they know that.

"I don’t suggest this road for anybody. But the experiences that the freedoms that we’ve given one another and the unconditional support, to me, is the highest definition of love.”

The "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star mentioned the backlash (and memes) he received from the Red Table Talk discussion about Jada’s "entanglement."

“The public has a narrative that is impenetrable,” Smith said. “Once the public decides something, it’s difficult to impossible to dislodge the pictures and ideas and perceptions.”

After the episode aired, tons of memes were created that featured Will looking upset and disheveled. Will blames exhaustion as the reason why he looked like that during the midnight taping of the episode.

“It was midnight and we were going on vacation the next day,” Smith explained, noting that the details they were discussing were, by that point, years in the past. “It was like, no, no, no, guys, I’m not sad. I’m fucking exhausted.”

Once Will reached the "F*ck It 50s," he decided he would go on a journey to find happiness. He wanted to do everything he said in his mind he wanted to do and experience them with no regrets, including "microdosing" on hallucinogenic properties.

And so Smith set out on a journey to find himself, and find happiness. He rented a house in Utah and sat in solitude for 14 days. He traveled to Peru for more than a dozen ayahuasca rituals, even though he’d never even smoked weed and barely drank. (“This was my first tiny taste of freedom,” Smith writes of his first experience. “In my fifty plus years on this planet, this is the unparalleled greatest feeling I’ve ever had.”)

Here’s what one can expect from a ayahuasca ritual/ceremony:

Ayahuasca is an ancient medicinal plant brew with origins in the Amazon, namely Peru. The thick brown tea is made using Caapi, a vine that only grows in the rainforest, and plant leaves that contain hallucinogenic properties. 

An Ayahuasca ceremony involves drinking the hallucinatory plant/vine tea blend under the guidance of a respected Shaman, for a long night spent in deep connection to a higher intelligence and an understanding of one’s true self. A typical Ayahuasca ceremony is a full night—the trip can last up to five hours. Ayahuasca is indigenous to the Amazon and is legal there, where retreats and ceremonies are held and authorized, but not in the U.S., where the scene is still largely underground and secretive.

We’d like to note, everyone doesn’t have access to Will’s "connections" to the purest form of whatever drug, so one should consider that before partaking in these type of activities. As we’ve been seeing in the headlines, drugs are being laced with deadly chemicals that the user has no idea that they are consuming.




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While on his journey, he met with an intmacy coach who helped him be comfortable with himself and finding other women attractive even though he was a married man.

During his first meeting with Michaela Boehm, an intimacy coach he spent years working with, Smith confessed that, if he could have anything in the world, he’d want a harem of girlfriends. “Who?” Boehm demanded, insisting he name specific women he’d want to invite to his harem. Misty Copeland, Smith replied. And Halle Berry too. For the rest of the session, the two of them researched specific women who could round out his aspirational harem. The plan was to then begin contacting the women.

“I don’t know where I saw it or some sh*t as a teenager, but the idea of traveling with 20 women that I loved and took care of and all of that, it seemed like a really great idea,” Smith explained to me with a laugh. “And then, after we played it out a little bit, I was like, ‘That would be horrific. That would be horrific.’ I was like, ‘Can you imagine how miserable?’

“What she was doing was essentially cleaning out my mind, letting it know it was okay to be me and be who I was. It was okay to think Halle is fine. It doesn’t make me a bad person that I’m married and I think Halle is beautiful. Whereas in my mind, in my Christian upbringing, even my thoughts were sins. That was really the process that Michaela worked me through to let me realize that my thoughts were not sins and even acting on an impure thought didn’t make me a piece of sh*t.”





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The Oscar nominated actor explained why he steered clear of slave-based projects and Emancipation film, which tackles racial themes.

“I’ve always avoided making films about slavery,” Smith had told me about an hour earlier as we sat in a production trailer. “In the early part of my career… I didn’t want to show Black people in that light. I wanted to be a superhero. So I wanted to depict Black excellence alongside my white counterparts. I wanted to play roles that you would give to Tom Cruise. And the first time I considered it was Django. But I didn’t want to make a slavery film about vengeance.”

Emancipation is different. It would be a disservice to think of it as a “slavery movie,” Smith explained to me. It’s going to be a David Lean–style epic, he said, with the flavor of an action flick. More Apocalypto than 12 Years a Slave. The story itself is not (just) about the dehumanizing violence of slavery, it’s also about perseverance. Peter is believed to have escaped the Confederacy in 1863 after a harrowing 10-day journey through the Louisiana bayou, joined Lincoln’s army, and then returned to the South to help free those he’d left behind. It’s a difficult story to tell, an even harder one to tell well, and exactly the type that, at this juncture in his life and career, the 53-year-old Smith is yearning to put out into the world.

“This was one that was about love and the power of Black love,” Smith said. “And that was something that I could rock with. We were going to make a story about how Black love makes us invincible.”

Sweet. You can read his full cover story here.

Watch will go undercover online to answer questions from fans below:

Along with his memoir, Will Smith’s new movie about Serena & Venus Williams‘ dad, Richard Williams, titled King Richard, drops in November. His memoir will be released November 9th and King Richard premieres November 19th.

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Wait, So LisaRaye Knows Will & Jada’s Marriage Secrets?


LisaRaye shares what she thinks about Jada Pinkett Smith and August Alsina’s “entanglement.” Does she know something we don’t know? Find out what she said inside…

We all know LisaRaye doesn’t mince words when it comes to giving her opinion on hot topics…about anything. So, it comes to no surprise, The Players Club actress has something to say about the controversial situation.

During “Cocktails With Queens” with Viviva A. Fox, Syleena Johnson and Claudia Jordan, the Jada Pinkett Smith/August Alsina/Will Smith “entanglement” was brought up and everyone gave their opinion about it. The media said Jada denied being romantically involved with August. However, Jada and her husband Will went on her Facebook Watch Series "Red Table Talk" to clear the air and she confirmed she was involved in a relationship with August.

“I think that Jada is going to plead the fifth like Beyonce and Jay-Z. They’ve never really been so…with their business. All the rumors that we hear, we’ve been hearing it for years. They never spoke towards it,” LisaRaye said.

LisaRaye said Jada messed August up even more for “taking advantage” of him while he was “down.”

”I think and I feel that he was a baby. Now, I’m all for you wanting to date somebody younger, but because of his circumstance and why and which he came for her – wounded and hurt. And in her lap…how did he get off the hell did he get off the lap and then you got up on to the dick? I don’t understand it. At one point when you were nursing him back? Your son brought him to you all. So, you were trying to mentor him. You done f*cked him up even more,” she said.

Dammmmmmmmmmmn. Tell us how you really feel LisaRaye!

She said she felt Jada came clean because if she didn’t, it would look like August was lying. Sylenna said she found it funny how August (which she dubbed “the baby”) has an album coming out and these allegations come out at the same time.

LisaRaye gave her opinion straight talk, NO chaser.

Watch her go off and then also defend Jada below:

In case you missed, find out what LisaRaye told us about a Player’s Club sequel HERE

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ADD TO PLAYLIST SUMMER 2020: Megan Thee Stallion, Buju, August Alsina, Roots Virtual Picnic, Toni Braxton, DaBaby & MORE!

2020 has been hell, but we JUST officially made it to the summer. And there’s new music to add to your playlist to continue getting us through the most foolish year to date. New bops from Megan Thee Stallion, Buju, August Alsina, Toni Braxton and more inside…

Hot Girl Summer 2020 is HERE! And you can thank Head Hottie Megan The Stallion.




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It’s the official first weekend of the summer and the Houston Hottie made sure to give her hotties something to turn up to – even if we are in quarantine. Well, some of us.

After landing at the No. 1 spot on Billboard for her "Savage Remix" with Beyoncé, the Stallion returns to the music scene to kick off summer 2020! The 25-year-old rapper released her new track "Girls in the Hood" at midnight and the hotties are already cutting up. The beat samples Eazy-E’s classic track “Boyz-n-the-Hood" and it’s the perfect vibe to turn up with your girls while doing hood rat things.

"Girls In The Hood" is a street-smart ode to the area Megan grew up in and the pride in being a product of her surroundings. A celebration of the lifestyle and energy of her community, "Girls In The Hood" features all the hallmarks of Megan at her finest; playful lyricism, hard hitting delivery, and a self-confident vibe. Using the track to celebrate her culture and her blackness, Megan has created an anthem reminding girls worldwide that just because you’re from the bottom, it doesn’t mean you can’t come out on top and keep it real the whole way.

Take a listen below:

The Savage x Fenty ambassador (who shouted Rihanna out on the new track) has been nominated for five BET Awards, which include Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, Album of the Year, and Video of the Year. She’s also set to perform during the awards show which is set to air live on BET and CBS at 8pm EST.





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Reggae dancehall artist Buju Banton is back!

The Grammy Award winner just dropped some new bops. He released his 13th studio album titled Upside Down 2020 via Roc Nation. This year certainly has felt like we’ve been upside down for sure. On the album, he has features from Pharrell Williams, John Legend Stefflon Don and Stephen Marley.

Earlier this year, Buju was featured on the Bad Boys For Life soundtrack, which was produced by DJ Khaled.

Check out Buju’s track "Cherry Pie" featuring Pharrell below:

You can listen to the album on YouTube here or download it wherever you get your music.

Another album that dropped today…




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August Alsina is back! The R&B singer just returned to the music scene with some new music from his new album, The Product III: stateofEMERGEncy.

Fans were gifted 27 tracks from the singer with features from Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti, Juicy J and Tink. It’s been almost four years since he last dropped an album, so his fans deserve all of the tracks he provided. On the album, he shares the difficulties of his lifetime and tribulations he has dealt with up until now. In anticipation of his album, Alsina spent the week prior to his release dropping a new single daily, giving his fans a taste of what’s to come with “NOLA,” “Rounds,” “Work To Do,” “Sincerely” and “Deliver Us.”

August represents so many touch points within Black America right now: healthcare given his struggle with rare auto-immune disease, socio-economic issues, police brutality, and Black on Black crime — which is seen throughout the 5-part documentary series and heard within his new album.

You can take a listen below or stream it wherever you get your music:






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Have y’all caught up on the first 3 episodes of #stateofEMERGEncy? Episode 4 and new music tonight at 12am EST/9pm PST. #TheProduct3

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The New Orleans native dropped a five-episode docuseries on YouTube titled “stateofEMERGEncy: The Rise of August Alsina” — which debuted earlier this week.

“I’ve been working. Been working on myself, my family and my health,” Alsina said. “While on my journey I’ve discovered that life is like one huge puzzle w/ limitless pieces. I’ve been putting the pieces of my puzzle together — with my new music and documentary, stateofEMERGEncy."

You can check out all of the episodes here.

As for more new music….

Toni Braxton teamed up with Missy Elliott for a remix of “Do It.”

On the track, Toni pulls inspiration from her own experiences and shares advice for anyone struggling with the decision to end an unhealthy relationship. Well, she’s not singing about her own relationship. Back in April, Toni said she and her fiance Birdman are getting married THIS year regardless of the Coronavirus pandemic. They have been engaged since 2018.

Toni & Missy bring a fast-paced tempo to the remix while reiterating the Grammy winner’s encouragement to leave a toxic relationship by rapping “let him know I gotta do it, ‘cause he already done and blew it.”

On collaborating with the living legend, Missy stated, “Toni’s team reached out to my manager and asked if I could produce a remix for her next single. They said, ‘Hey if Missy wants to rap on it we would love that too.’ So they sent me the record and my boy Hannon and I, sped the track up to a mid-tempo and re-arranged the music. To be honest, I was scared to send it because anyone who knows me, knows that I’m a huge fan of Toni Braxton! I’ve worked with so many legends. I’ve even worked with Tamar. But I had never worked directly with Toni before. So I thought, what if she hears it and says ‘oh HELL NAH Missy done messed my record up.’ But thank God when she heard it, she loved it and hear we are! Now I can say I finally worked with the living legend—Ms. Toni Braxton.”

“Do It” with Missy Elliott is the latest single from the "Braxton Family Values" star following her multi-Grammy nominated album, Sex & Cigarettes. Take a listen to her newest musical offering above.

New visuals….

Rapper DaBaby just released the video treatment to his hit single “ROCKSTAR” featuring Roddy Ricch. The Reel Goats-directed visual comes as the single continues its chart-topping reign: earning DaBaby his first #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and snagging #1 on Rolling Stone’s Top 100, while approaching #1 at Rhythmic Radio. The song also peaked at #1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop, Hot Rap Songs, Streaming Songs charts and in several international markets.

DaBaby is getting it. He also recently released a Black Lives Matter Remix, adding his voice to the conversation surrounding the current hot-button social justice issues. Watch the “ROCKSTAR” video above.

More new music….




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6pc Hot EP coming soon… but check your mailbox wed

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Singer 6LACK just released his new EP, 6 PC HOT, which features production from Timbaland, Fwdslxsh, Gravez, STWO, and more as well as one guest feature from Lil Baby.

Aside from the music, he has some good news to share as well.




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6lack on black business starting tomorrow through the weekend, you can order a “6pc hot” meal from atlanta’s black owned @therealgoodfellas and recieve a free bottle of my @600_degrees hot sauce with your order. special thanks to @postmates

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Fans can enter an augmented reality chicken shop pictured on the EP cover because, COVID-19. It can be found by searching “6pc hot” in the IG filter search menu. A link to the filter is available HERE (to be opened on a phone). Once selected, a 3D shop will launch through the camera to share pictures and videos. The AR shop was created by Jackie Carlise, a 3D motion designer who recently graduated from School of The Art institute of Chicago. She created it using the Spark AR platform.

For Atlanta fans, 6LACK has partnered with Postmates, the leader in delivering nearly anything on-demand, and local favorite restaurant Goodfellas, a Black-owned business, as a part of his 6LACK on Black Business initiative. Exclusively on Postmates this weekend, customers can order a custom 6LACK wing item from Goodfellas for $6. Through Sunday June 28th, customers who order the 6pc Hot wings meal will receive a free bottle of 6LACK’s new hot sauce “600 Degrees."




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limited edition 6pc hot merch available now purchase 3 items and you’ll receive a free bottle of @600_degrees shop.6lack.com

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For Los Angeles fans, 6LACK will be sending his new hot sauce directly to their doors starting 6/29 via a friendly robot.


Raptress CupcakKe released her new track "Discounts." And social media is feeling it:

That new cupcakKe pic.twitter.com/MErYHreYto

— Karla (@onlynickilove) June 26, 2020

me after listening to Cupcakke Discount pic.twitter.com/ZUJQttrol7

— nodafuc (@Nodafuc) June 26, 2020

And she already picked out who she wants to be featured on the "Discounts" remix:

I want DaBaby or Nicki on "Discounts" remix … I’m speaking this shit into existence right now ‼️ We are #16 right now on the iTunes chart I never been this high up . Please keep purchasing this may can be my first #1 on iTunes‼️

— CupcakKe (@CupcakKe_rapper) June 26, 2020


Craving live music because ‘Rona ruined summer festivals?  The Roots Picnic has gone virtual, and we’re checking that out tomorrow night!




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Most of us are still chillin’ in Club Living Room until the Covid foolery dies down (again). So we’re hitting up the @rootspicnic @whenweallvote virtual experience tomorrow night. You?

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First Lady Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote teamed up with The Roots to party with a purpose.  Because we’re not just staying mad anymore about everything going on.  We’re taking action at the polls after the party….


Here’s some more music that dropped today to add to your playlist:


More new music out now:

Jack Harlow – Whats Popping (remix) ft. DaBaby, Tory Lanez & Lil Wayne

88GLAM – New Mania (tape)

G-Eazy – ESH (album)

Bankrol Hayden – Pain is Temporary (album)

August Alsina – TP3 (album)

Lonzo Ball – BB (album)

Lil Gotit – What it was ft. Future

— HIP HOP FACTS (@DailyRapFacts) June 26, 2020


Masks On and Happy Summer!

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Wait – August Alsina lyrics

Lyrics August Alsina – Wait

I’m not telling you to wait on me
I’m not telling you to wait on me, no
I’m not telling you to wait, but I’m hoping that you’ll waaait.

I know this may not be my place
But I got something I should say to you
Sometimes I’m in a different space
But that don’t change the way I feel for you, I do
This may not be the best time
I got a lot going inside my mind
Don’t think for a minute that I’m a fool
Don’t know what I’ll do if I lose you.

You need someone who will be there to hold you
I can’t even say that it’s fair, but I do
Hope you know I’ll always be here if you need me
What I gotta say isn’t easy.

If you gotta leave
Girl, I won’t stop you, so do what you gotta do
I don’t want you to go
But I got a few things in life that I gotta do
I’m not telling you to waaait
I’m not telling you to waaait on me
I’m not telling you to waaait
I’m not telling you to waaait on me
But I’m hoping that you’ll waaait
Waaait, waaait, waaait, waaait, waaait.

I told you when I met you girl that I would need patience
You said that you understood so I thought that you could take it
We have a real good thing
Nothing should come between us
Now you want some things I never promised
You say something missing, I was always honest
Telling you the way that I felt for you
Could be something real that I never knew.

You need someone who will be there to hold you
I can’t even say that it’s fair, but I do
Hope you know I’ll always be here if you need me
What I gotta say isn’t easy.

If you gotta leave
Girl, I won’t stop you, so do what you gotta do
I don’t want you to go
But I got a few things in life that I gotta do
I’m not telling you to waaait
I’m not telling you to waaait on me
I’m not telling you to waaait
I’m not telling you to waaait on me
But I’m hoping that you’ll waaait
But I’m hoping that you’ll waaait
But I’m hoping that you’ll waaait
Waaait, waaait, waaait, waaait, waaaittt.
August Alsina lyrics
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