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B. Slade Responds To Bri Babineaux Accusing Kanye West Of Illegal Sampling Song

Kanye West is accused of using a sampled verse and using it in his ‘Donda’ album without offering the artist compensation or credit.

Singer Bri Babineaux on Sunday shared that she was surprised to learn that she was on the album in the song “Lord I need You” track as she was never informed that her performance of the song was going to be used.

“It Would’ve Been Nice To Know Before The Album Came Out.”

Donda’ was finally released on Sunday but not without its fair share of drama and controversy, as Kanye later said that Universal released the album without his approval and caused one of the tracks with DaBaby to be banned from being streamed.

Other issues that have since arisen are artists lashing out at Kanye, who made them record verse but dropped them from the final cut of the album.

Now, the latest speculation is whether Bri ought to be compensated for Kanye using her sample.

After the album was released, fans of Babineaux excitedly pointed out that her rendition was featured on the song. The verse that appeared in the song is:

“Lord sometimes I feel like I can’t make it, Lord sometimes I just feel like I can’t go on. But Lord I need you to wrap your arms around me.”

The gospel artist reacted to posts she shared in which her fans tagged her and insisted that Kanye run her her “coins.”

“Thank you to everyone who congratulated me on the #Donda album. However, I had no knowledge of this [beforehand]. It would’ve been nice to know before the album came out smh…. Who does that voice sound like to y’all? #donda,” she wrote on her Instagram Stories.

Kanye West nor his manager Abou “Bu” Thiam have addressed the claims.

However, the original composer and writer for the song B Slade took to social media on Monday to clap back at Bri for sampling his song.

“But you didn’t call ME to clear your version of the song that was sampled though. You were discovered by doing a rendition of a song that I wrote 100%……So Kanye stole nothing because he came to the rightful owner of the song legally. Let’s all be eclear here,” he wrote on Twitter.

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B Slade added that “it’s the way folks try to erase me out of the equation for me,” he added. Meanwhile, a fan asked if he cleared the verse for Kanye –“you sold it,” a person commented under his original tweet.

Slade, however, clarified that he didn’t receive compensation.

“I sold what? I didn’t sell anything,” he responded.

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R. Kelly Accused Of Sexually Abusing 17-Year-Old Boy During Trial

The R. Kelly trial is underway, and a male victim, John Doe “Louis,” testified that he was sexually assaulted by Kelly when he was 17-years old as the singer dangled the possibility of a music career in order to score sexual favors with the minor.

The singer sat stone-faced as the victim detailed before the Brooklyn Federal District Court the events that now threaten to remove Kelly’s freedom.

According to the victim, he was invited to a music studio by R. Kelly, but of going there, Kelly took him to his home, where he performed oral sex on him.

He noted that since that first incident, he was assaulted by Kelly on a number of occasions.

“Louis” is the first man who has come forward to accuse the singer of sexual misconduct in which he details how the singer sexually assaulted him while as a 17-year-old high school student. According to him, the two met in 2006 at a McDonald’s drive-thru in suburban Chicago.

The two became acquainted after R. Kelly, 39 at the time, put his number on a piece of paper and passed it to Louis as a thank you for getting the number of his female coworker for him.

Recognizing Kelly as the big artist he was, Louis, who wanted to pursue a career in music, texted him, and he was later invited to his studio.

“He let the song play for only five seconds and he said he didn’t like it,” Louis said.

The two continued to text after that since Louis left disheartened that his music was not good enough. He later saw Kelly at a gym near the McDonald’s where he worked in Markham, Illinois, and from there, the two formed a friendship which led to him being invited to Kelly’s home play basketball or attends parties.

He was later invited to a studio in Olympia Fields in Chicago. However, on arriving, he realized that it was another home where Kelly committed the first act of assault.

“He asked me what I was willing to do for music. He asked me if I had any fantasies,” Louis said, then repeated what Kelly said to him: “you never had fantasies about men?’”

“I said no,” Louis repied. “And then he crawled down on his knees and proceeded to give me oral sex. He zipped my pants down and he started doing it.”

R. Kelly was told to stop, which he did, and then proceeded to have Louis swear he would keep it a secret.

“Don’t tell anyone,” Kelly said, “we’re brothers now.”

Still hoping to get help with his music dreams, Louis said he continued to hang around the singer, and that’s when he was sexually abused on a number of occasions, with the singer recording the sex acts on his iPad and camcorders while asking Louis to call him “daddy,” The New York Times reported.

R. Kelly and his victim later bonded with Louis saying, “our relationship got stronger, he said I was like a brother,” Louis said. “I was his ‘little brother.’”

Over the course of time, Louis testified he later tried to bribe another R. Kelly accuser so she wouldn’t testify. Several women have come forward to accuse the singer of sexual assault and abuse.

Meanwhile, as Kelly’s sexual assault cases piled up, the singer unraveled and became scared, leading him to approach Louis in 2010 to write a letter saying someone planned to pay him to say he was in a homosexual relationship with R. Kelly. Louis wrote the letter, which the singer dictated.

“He gave me the notepad and I wrote the letter,” Louis said on the stand. “He told me word for word what to say.”

Louis’ appearance on the stand is part of a deal to escape a possible 15-year jail sentence as he was charged in August 2020 for attempting to bribe a second witness in the Kelly trial. He pleaded guilty to bribery in February 2021 and decided to accept a deal for a lesser sentence in exchange for his agreement to testify in the Brooklyn trial.

Prosecutors have evidence that Kelly suggested he would pay for the bribe. However, during his examination in chief, Louis said that Kelly, who was in jail when he attempted to bribe the witness, was not involved in the plot.

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Shenseea Slips In A Balmain Bikini & Clap Back At Critics Saying She Sold Her Soul

Shenseea is clapping back at critics who claim she traded her soul for a successful international music career.

The dancehall star’s appearance on Kanye West‘s Donda album has not come without some harsh criticism. While many of Shenyeng’s fans are absolutely ecstatic and others quite impressed, there have been some dubious reactions from those who believe the singer had to “sell her soul” for her spot.

After photos surfaced from Kanye’s most recent listening event for his tenth studio album Donda, some fans started speculating about Shenseea‘s involvement in the dark side of Hollywood. Accompanied by Ye, DaBaby, and Marilyn Manson on the set of a church porch, Shenseea was clad in a full black ensemble, as was the rest of the party. The singer later revealed that she was styled by the Yeezy boss himself. This leads us to believe that Kanye had a hand in how all the artists were dressed, but fans did not cut Shenseea a break.

The social media conversation that followed the event was centered around what many perceived as satanic imagery and postulated that Shenseea sold her soul. Many who chimed in claimed that Marilyn Manson’s presence did very little to convince them otherwise. The “Sweet Dreams” singer has long been rumored to be one of the most popular overt Satan worshippers in Hollywood.

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Some critics even used the sudden death of Shenseea’s mother in June 2020 to justify their argument that she had converted to Satanism. Not one to let such vile accusations slide, the Shenyeng boss took to Instagram on Monday (August 30) to address the rumors with a facetious clapback. Alongside a reel of photos of her donning a black Balmain Paris swimsuit by the pool, the singer wrote, “Can’t say I sell my pu$$y so they said I sold my soul, I’ll take it.”

The post garnered reactions by the thousands, including that of female rappers Megan Thee Stallion and Omeretta, who left a trail of heart eyes emojis in Shenseea’s comments. Busta Rhymes also wrote “Queen” with a series of crown emojis while supermodel Winne Harlow said, “Who God bless no man can curse.”

Critics revived the rumors that “Shenseea sold her soul” after the release of her “Run Run” music video. In the visuals, the dancehall star dons red hair with a devilish costume and a black leather bodysuit and boots complete with chains and horns. She also hovered over a pit of fire that seemingly depicted hell and caressed a snake in a separate scene. The music video is now closing in on 5 million views after being released on July 16.

This is not the first time Shenseea has found herself wrapped up in rumors online about her selling her soul, but she has remained steadfast in the face of these bold claims.

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Bounty Killer On Why Merciless Fell Off: “Wicked Artiste But Crazy Person”

Bounty Killer says ego and laziness is what caused Merciless downfall in dancehall.

The dancehall legend shared a clip of himself and Merciless performing live in the late 90s and dish on why he feels the promising deejay fell off. “Gad a di grung after sting 97 mi tek up Lenard a mentor him,” Bounty Killer wrote on IG while sharing a vintage footage. “Took him to my bday celebration It’s A Party 99 where he called me his father then 2000 lost his way from then on I guess wicked artiste but a crazy person.”

While Merciless and Bounty Killer were lyrical rivals back in the day, their relationship didn’t started on rivalry, since Killer was more of a mentor to the clash deejay. Their on stage rivalry did not stop the two artists from collaborating on the song “No One Cares” released in 2000.

Merciless, who declared himself “The Warring Don from Clarendon,” infamously clash Bounty Killer, Ninjaman, and Beenie Man at the same time. That moment goes down in dancehall as one of the most memorable from the 90s to 00s golden era. Merciless claimed victory against the three titans and received a lot of press following the event leading to many believing he would be the next big artist to breakout in the genre.

Merciless emerged big on the Dancehall scene in 1994, thanks to the Stone Love sound system, with his first hit song, “Lend Out Mi Mercy.”

The deejay later went on to record other successful hits, such as “Mavis,” “Ole Gallis,” “Mama Cooking,” and “Let Dem Have It.”

Sadly, his prolific career soon went downhill, and Bounty Killer and his fans were open to discussing the cause in the comment section of his post.

One social media user said, “After STING 2000, he could not/failed to capitalize on the mass publicity he received from that show. It’s been downhill for that since. He was typecast as a ‘clash artist’ solely.”

To this, Bounty Killer responded, “That’s what got to his head too much attention and he didn’t knows how to capitalize on it as you said two crucial errors.”

Bounty went on to correct the social media user that it was actually in 2001 that Merciless performed at Sting and received huge exposure. “he didn’t perform in Jamaica from sting 2000 until sting 2001 also he didn’t recorded no songs for that year when I were Maad&Mean cooking up the Art Of War/Ghetto Dictionary album,” he noted.

Other social media users pointed out the similarity in sound between the “Gizzada” singer and Bounty Killer, alleging that the deejay stole The Warlord’s style, which led to animosity between the two.

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“I don’t know why. But every artiste who steal a next artiste style always end up hating the very artiste they stole it from. Merciless was a victim of this. I don’t know why it’s so hard to give credit where due.”

Merciless, also known as “Warhead” in dancehall, had a similar sound and style of performance as Bounty Killer, which led to many critics labeling him a copycat.

Merciless, born Leonard Bartley, was imprisoned for 14 months in the late 2000s in Florida, where he recorded another hit song, “The Letter.”

Upon his release, he made a surprise appearance at Sting 2008, much to the amusement of many fans, but again, the deejay could not seem to rise above the waters to get back to the place he was.

Even now, some social media users are hoping to see the deejay, now 50 years old, make a comeback on the entertainment scene. Some fans even petitioned Bounty Killer to have him on his forthcoming album, King of Kingston.

“Wicked lyricist enuh merciless gyal dem gizzada. Hope him fwd back wid a hit song soon,” one person said, while another added, “Killa bring him out an the album.”

King of Kingston will be Bounty killer’s first album in two decades, and the dancehall legend has been promising fans that it will be the hottest album in dancehall this year. Fans can expect guest appearances from Busy Signal, Bunji Garlin, Richie Stephens, Barrington Levy, Chronixx, Vybz Kartel, and Mavado.

Bounty Killer had not responded to requests to have Merciless on the album, but the deejay had previously announced that the album was 95.5% complete. King of Kingston is expected to be released by Christmas this year.

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Kim Kardashian Appears To Sub Kanye West Using Shenseea’s Lyrics On Donda

Kim Kardashian appearances to be sending some subliminal shots at Kanye West using Shenseea’s lyrics on Donda.

Shenseea received one of the biggest boosts to her career yet when she appeared at Kanye West’s Donda listening event in Chicago and getting featured on two tracks on the album. The 27-track album named after Kanye’s late mother was released on Sunday, August 29th, ahead of the proposed September 3rd release date. The album boasts numerous featured artistes, including Jay-Z, DaBaby, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Fivio Foreign, and Travis Scott, to name a few.

Shenseea is one of two females featured on the album, and she took to Instagram over the weekend to share her excitement and gratitude.

Kanye West wasn’t the only one in Shenseea’s corner, as Kim Kardashian-West, introduced Shenseea to her almost 250M Instagram followers. Kim shared the lyrics to Shenseea’s verse on “OK OK pt 2”. The verse speaks to the ending of a relationship, and perhaps it has reflected Kim’s feelings, as she had recently gone through a very public break-up with Kanye.

In the song Shenseea deejays:

“Then chat behind mi back / Nuh trust people, yah trust people / From dem eat the fruit, mankind tun evil / Get cut off, you will get cut off / Mi nuh ayar how much memories we / Have in the past / Yuh bruk up wit yuh ex, still in love, suh / Yuh single / Mi bruk up wid mie ex, him dead to me, I’m A widow / Get cut off, you will get cut off / Mi nuh cyar how much memories we have in the past (Hmm).”

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Despite the lyrics, there may be a rekindling taking place with Kanye and Kim. Numerous sources have cited that they may be working on their marriage. Angela Yee also reported on the matter on The Breakfast Club, speculating that while the divorce papers have been filed, Kim Kardashian may withdraw the petition.

Shenseea also reshared Kim’s post as well with accompanying clap hands and fire emojis. The “Run Run” singer is also featured on “Pure Souls” along with Roddy Rich.

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Lee “Scratch” Perry Billboard Legacy

Lee “Scratch” Perry sports an impressive legacy on the Billboard charts.

The reggae fraternity has had some major losses of iconic players in the last year. The latest blow came after news emerged that legendary pioneer in the genre, Lee “Scratch” Perry, passed away on August 29. According to reports, he died at the Noel Holmes Hospital in Lucea, Hanover, after a brief sickness that has not yet been revealed.

As with those who have gone before him, his invaluable contribution to reggae and dancehall will be immortalized in the body of his work. A significant part of his legacy is tied to the Billboard albums charts that he was behind.

Lee “Scratch” Perry’s magic touch, which featured in not just reggae but in his dance albums were prominently featured on the Billboard charts, where he scored at least 17 titles. The first of the 17 to hit the charts was From the Secret Laboratory. That was in 1990, and the album did well, eventually peaking at #8 on the World Albums chart.

Scratch Perry work would then feature again, this time on the Reggae Albums chart. That would take him 16 years as that album Panic in Babylon charted in 2006. It peaked at #13. His album Repentance, two years later, performed better and got to #6 on the chart.

From there, he would consistently find albums that charted. In 2010, he got to #10 with Sound System Scratch: Lee Perry’s Dub Plate Mixes (1973-1979), and in 2011 he would get two entries with Rise Again, which got to #8 and Return of Sound System Scratch: More Lee Perry Dub Plate Mixes and Rarities that also peaked at the same position.

The following year one of his renowned pieces, The Orbserver in the Star House, made it to two charts. It was #23 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart and #4 on the Reggae Albums chart.

The prolific producer’s work continued to chart, and in the same year, 2012, he had two more albums on the Reggae charts. This time, The Sound Doctor: Black Ark Singles and Dub Plates (1972-1978) peaked at #9 nine, and High Plains Drifter also reached the same peak.

A year later, Lee “Scratch” Perry was again in the charts, this time with More Tales from the Observatory (The Orb featuring Lee Scratch Perry), which hit #6, and Upsetters Present: Roaring Lion that got to #12 in 2014. In the same year, Back on the Controls reached #five.

Three years later, in 2017, he was once again on the charts. This time with Super Ape Returns to Conquer by Lee Scratch Perry and Subatomic Sound System, which peaked at #5. It seemed that his eclectic taste in music got better and better with time as he was once again on the charts in 2019. This time he had multiple albums featured.

What was significant about that effort was that he was able to finally record his first number one album. It would also be his only album to perform so well. That album was Heavy Rain. The other albums under his name for that year included Rainford, which got to #2, Life of the Planets, which was an EP that got to #3, and Roots Reggae Dub (Special Edition) which also impressed as it got to #3.

Before his passing, his latest effort, Roast Fish Collie Weed and Corn Bread, got to #8 in June of this year. The respected producer always had an ear for good music and is the man behind some of the classics in the genre, including some of the Bob Marley and Wailers hits.

It’s no wonder that tributes have been pouring in for the legendary producer from all corners of the globe. He will be remembered as both a genius and one of the best to ever carry the torch of reggae and Jamaican music.

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Summer Walker Accuses London On Da Track Of Being A Deadbeat & Sending Threats

Summer Walker has once again taken to Instagram to voice her frustrations regarding her ‘deadbeat’ baby daddy, London on da Track.

According to Summer Walker, he has threatened her and an unnamed man who is assisting Summer with caring for her child in his absence. She posted a series of Instagram Story postings about his threats as she further criticized his questionable fathering abilities.

In the first Story post, she stated, “London calling everyone around me cause he BLOCKED talking bout if you care about summer get that n****a away from her. So if anything happens to me it was him. Ghetto baby daddy from hell.”

Summer Walker and London On Da Track welcomed their baby girl, affectionately called ‘Bubbles’ back in March. Their relationship has been rocky since its start and it has been scattered with numerous splits. After slamming London in her last album and taking to Instagram in June to tell women to stay away from men like him, it seemed like there was no reconciling in the future for the couple.

She continued her rant via her IG Story adding, “I be minding my business & NEVER call him unless it’s about the wellbeing of my child. Smh crazy mf. & “that n***a” has been raising your child since 2 months cause you ain’t s**t & wouldn’t help me. You need to stop threatening people and tell him thank you, f***kin weirdo.”

Many are finding it tough to sympathize with him in this latest Instagram attack due to his past deeds. To add insult to injury, in her last post in the series, Summer further lashed out against London On Da Track, boldly stating that he can take back the car he had given her. She declared, “& come get this car, I don’t want nothing from you n this s**t ain’t even paid for. I like my cars paid OFF.”

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Being a mother is a big job, and the singer has seemingly found out that moms seldom get a break. She expressed this concern via a post and delete following her rant. She stated, “I can’t take a s**t or eat in peace without hearing hysterical screaming in the background or having food snatched off my plate before I can get to it but most “fathers” know nothing of these struggles lol (rolling eye emoji).”

The public image of London isn’t helping the rumor mill surrounding him. The producer has developed a reputation as a skirt-chaser and a deadbeat parent as a result of his previous public misdeeds and baby mama drama. To make matters worse, he was recently seen candle-shopping with Shenseea, a Jamaican dancehall musician and sensation. Fans have been questioning if they are just working together on music or if the pair are romantically involved.

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London On Da Track respond to Summer Walker

London On Da Track issued a response to Summer Walker saying she is lying about him threatening to people around her and not living up to his duties as a father.

His baby mamas, Erica Racine and Eboni have also backed up his story while calling out Summer Walker.

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Chris Brown & Soulja Boy Take Shots At Kanye West Over “Donda” Snub

Chris Brown and Soulja Boy took turn blasting Kanye West after their verses were left off Donda.

Chris Brown is not pleased that he was taken off of Kanye West’s album Donda. The artist appears on one of the tracks, but it appears as though he expected to be on another track or tracks.

Brown had shared in July that he and Kanye West would be teaming up on the upcoming album. “DAT YEEZY AND BREEZY,” he had posted on his story.

However, it seems that Brown is not pleased that he was removed from the track “New Again’. He shared a comment on the situation in a post and deleted on his Instagram Stories.

“KANYE A WHOLE HOE,” he said in one Story. “Nah he tweakin,” another Story read.

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— Saycheese TV ?? (@SaycheeseDGTL) August 29, 2021

Brown isn’t the only one that’s slighted by Ye as Soulja Boy also shared his disappointment at not making the final cut for the album.

“This n***** Kanye smh. Tell homie don’t hit my phone no more,” Soulja Boy said in a tweet. “Idk how to feel, Kanye sent that song “remote control,” and I don’t hear my verse on it… hmmm f*** that n****,” he added in another.

He added several more tweets as he vented.

“That n**** Kanye weird af,” he said in one tweet before adding another- “F*** that my Kanye diss song finna drop im tired of sparing this clown a** n****.

This nigga Kanye smh. Tell homie dont hit my phone no more. pic.twitter.com/jAoumHDz4F

— Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) August 29, 2021

Idk how to feel, Kanye sent me that song “remote control” and I don’t hear my verse on it… hmm fuck that nigga https://t.co/tGIGuO3Pnr

— Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) August 29, 2021

The “Kiss me Thru the Phone” artist also shared screenshots of previous conversations that Kanye sent him asking him to collab for fashion and music.

“Yo it’s Ye. I love you bro. You’re a genius. Wana work with you on the new GAP campaign. And my new album,” a text supposedly from Kanye to Draco read.

“Ye. How are fam. Love u too bro. Thanks that means ALOT coming from u. I’m Down let’s wor on fashion and music,” Draco’s text responded.

The text conversation goes on with Kanye inviting Soulja Boy to come to Los Angeles to make music or tell Ye where he was so he can pull up. The texts were dated as far back as May and go on in an ongoing conversation to July 25, supposed around the time that Kanye rented out the Mercedez-Benz stadium to finish up his album after his first listening party on July 22.

Kanye West asked Soulja Boy to come to Atlanta, and the latter says he’s in LA but will make it down to Atlanta for the recording.

Apparently, they recorded for the song “Remote Control,” but Soulja Boy was later chopped from the song, which now appears on streaming platforms with Kanye alone.

Fans were also upset at another edit that appeared on the album. Apparently, Kanye also created a second version of “Jail” that he originally created with Jay-Z, but in the second version, he chopped off Jay-Z and replaced him with DaBaby. However, both versions of the song are available for streaming.

With the latest claim by Kanye West that his album was released without approval by Universal, it seems that the rapper is probably not done with the album and the features or the versions released might be changed to the collabs he shot.

Meanwhile, the latest shots fired by Brown may not be taken lightly by Kanye. The two artists have worked together previously on “Down” and “Waves,” both hits. However, the “forever” artist publicly criticized Kanye when he made his controversial comments about slavery and African-Americans in 2018.

“THIS MAN IS A CLOWN! OUR SONG JUST WENT PLATINUM BUT F** THAT! CMON BRUH, and if any flunkies gotta problem,, SEE ME… please! PLEASE BLACK PEOPLE,” Breezy said. “DO NOT FOLLOW THIS N**A ON HIS PATH TO DESTRUCTION! WHATEVER HELP U THINK I NEED…. GET IT FOR HIM ASAP! IMA FAN OF THIS MANS MUSIC SO WHAT HE SAYS IS LISTENED TO AND INTERNALIZED. WAKE THE HELL UP KANYE…. PLEASE. SLAVERY WAS A CHOICE? Whattttttt?”

However, the two made up, and Ye even gifted Kanye custom gear and later a luxury car in observance of Brown’s time and impact on the music industry.

Kanye West’s edits, on the other hand, might not be a mistake after all, as all of his moves are calculated and strategic.

Ye is known for his loyalty, particularly those who support him, like DaBaby, who he noted in leaked texts was the only one who publicly supported his run for President during the 2020 elections.

According to Kanye, he wouldn’t release his album without DaBaby’s feature just because of the support DaBaby previously gave him.

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Popcaan Officially Launches Unruly Cannabis Tea Now On Sale

Popcaan’s want you to take a sip of his Unruly Tea.

If ever there was a model to success for young deejays to follow, it would have to be Popcaan’s. The ‘Unruly Boss’ has stamped his mark in the dancehall genre and is enjoying the success of his brand. His latest endeavor, his very own cannabis-infused tea line called “Unruly’ was officially launched on August 26.

He made the announcement via Instagram, saying, “Unruly tea is now available at theunrulyshop.com. It is 100% legal and safe to consume. Supports Immune system, Enriched vitamin C, Vegan Friendly, Helps reduce stress & anxiety, Contains CBD only, no THC.”

One of the first to congratulate him was veteran Bounty Killer, who applauded his use of branding. Many of his over two million fans also took the time to congratulate the “Wine for Me” singer.

“Unruly and legal same time what’s the catch,” one fan quipped, while another added, “All day medication.” Many chose to use the fire emoji to show their approval.

Popcaan first announced that he would be dropping the brand back in January this year. The tea is now available in 10 tea-bag sachets and has a citrus splash for good measure. At that time, he made it a point to let his fans and potential consumers know that the product is made from the non-psychoactive byproduct of marijuana, more popularly known as Cannabidiol or CBD.

CBD has become extremely popular in recent times and is being used to treat a myriad of conditions mostly associated with pain relief. However, it has other uses, such as anxiety and epilepsy.

The tea comes from Popcaan’s partnership with St. Ann-based cannabis company Nassential Ltd. The company already produces CDB products.

Will you be trying “Unruly” tea?

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DaBaby Manager Respond To Kanye West Accusing Him Of Blocking Collab

Kanye West album is out and DaBaby is not on it.

The G.O.O.D. Music rapper dropped his Donda album on Sunday morning early, and all but one of the 27 tracks was ready for streaming. DaBaby’s surprise feature on “Jail Pt 2” could not be streamed up until 1o:00 AM E.T as the rapper’s manager was accused of not signing the release for the song so I can appear on the album.

There was a back and forth about the manager not being reachable and DaBaby having to intervene.

In text messages released by Kanye West, the rapper can be seen talking to his manager Bu Thiam who informs him that DaBaby’s manager’s not signing the release means that the verse is not cleared and the project’s release is delayed.

“DaBaby’s manager isn’t clearing ‘Jail,’” Bu said. “So we won’t be able to upload unless we take him off.”

Kanye then asks why the manager won’t clear the song, to which Bu responds: “I don’t know. And neither is answering there [sic] phone.”

“I’m not taking my brother off,” Kanye wrote back. “He was the only person who said he would vote for me in public.”

DaBaby’s manager, Arnold Taylor, within an hour shared a statement online in which he denied Kanye’s claims saying it was “cap,”- (lie).

“This is CAP, I woke up this morning to this social media bullshit,” Taylor in reference to Kanye’s screenshots.

“I never got a call or email from @kanyewest @__bu @johnmonopoly I just received it today and cleared it in 2 seconds. Why wouldn’t I want a hit song out when #SCMG is all about the growth and culture of hip hop and my artist!!! To all of the media blogs and outlets don’t believe everything you see in a post, thank you!!!” the manager said as he defended his label.

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In a separate screenshot Kanye shared, he can be seen speaking to DaBaby, who said he was unaware of the verse not being cleared.

“Hell nah I ain’t know,” he wrote. “Ima hit em now,” DaBaby said.

“Yo manager cap,” Kanye tells DaBaby. “They tried to stop you from coming in. The people next to you trying to destroy you. But God gotta bigger plan.”

“A plan that can’t be stopped!” DaBaby said.

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JIS DIN DA SHAD GAYI Lyrics and Video Song – Jordan Sandhu

Supna tutteya tainu milan da
Uth ke ankhan maliyan ni
Mere hanju pujan na aaiyan
Hunn teriyan taliyan ni

Tu mud nai auna mud nai auna
Ess gall da koyi veham reha na

Jis din da shad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na
Jiddan da chhad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na

Dashboard vich rehnda aa ni
Burberry aala shawl tera
Tang neend vich aake karda
Chehra oh ni gol tera
Tang neend vich aake karda
Chehra oh ni gol tera

Tere layi hun pyaar virk da
Pehlan wangu aham reha na

Jis din da shad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na
Jiddan da chhad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na

Jo surma si jatt layi paundiyan
Hunn oh badliyan ankhan ni
Jadd yaaran vich gall teri chhid jaye
Hatth kaalje rakhan ni

Haal chaal mera puchhan de layi
Kol tere hunn time reha na

Jis din da shad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Oh putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na
Jiddan da chhad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na

Ho mehangi payi muskan teri
Tu hassda gabru roleya ni
Thaath baath si chalda dabbka
Ruthba jatt da kholeya ni

Thaath baath si chalda dabbka
Ruthba jatt da kholeya ni
Majhe wale jatt te tere
Vallon taan koyi reham reha na

Jis din da shad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na
Jiddan da chhad gayi tu kamaliye yaaran nu
Ho putt da pehlan wangu kaim reha na

Jassi oye!

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INN LOG NE MAARE Lyrics and Video Song – MC STan

Address nai dere yeh, chinaal ke pade
Haram ka kha kha ke, ho gayele jhade
Ghar mein ghus ke humlog ne, kisko to mare
Matter mera ho gayela, kitne log aare

Show pe kiya kabhi nai, daaru peeke rade
Bhai bante mandal mein, bahar maar khare
Yeh bachkane kyun mera, maar khane chahre
Maa baap ko bol rele, haan in log ne hi maare

Beef kara mere saath, kutta banare
Bina inku topi ke, dancer banare
Chaar chowk mein chaukishi, ladki log ke chale
Peeche mere bajte, humne stan ko maare

Jisne yeh bola, usko gayab kar daale
Aaj tak maam dhud rele, uske ghar wale
Call gaya upar se, pair padne aare
Attention mangta tha, tension de dale

Streets pe mein rukhta bhai, saman laga ke
Tu meko maarne aara, powder laga ke
Tu mat aa humko bol, hum log aate
Jhoot bolte kaise kya, kasam bisam kha ke

Sochta mein chhod dalu, banane ka gaane
Mere saat yede chale, rutuja kale
Bhalte ke jhagade mein, bhalte ko mare
Khuja mat bola tha, fir bhi khujare

Address nai dere yeh, chinaal ke pade
Haram ka kha kha ke, ho gayele jhade
Ghar mein ghus ke humlog ne, kisko to maare
Matter mera ho gayela, kitne log aare

Show pe kiya kabhi nai, daaru peeke rade
Bhai bante mandal mein, bahar maar khare
Yeh bachkane kyun mera, maar khane chahre
Maa baap ko bol rele, haan in log ne hi maare

Decent meko bana daale, artist banake
Opps ko to leke aare, ghar se uthake
Right ko agar dekhra to, left se chaate
Test kiya meko, isliye saman nikale

Mukka maar bola tha, seer mein kyun daale
Police puchri kya reason, kiske liye maare
Ghar tak aaya mere, vishaye kar dale
Celebrity ban gayela, bhool kaise jaare

Diss karna stan ko, bhav dega woh
Bhav nahi lav*e, teku ghav dega woh
Baat kar acche se, haath mat jod
Good vibes chhodke, sirf bad vibes lo

Wack nai rahega to, tu mera dost
Dalindri kyun mangti, bhai tumko
Vishye mera chalu zara, samaj ke lo
Yede ki leneka, bachpan mein bro

Address nai dere yeh, chinaal ke pade
Haram ka kha kha ke, ho gayele jhade
Ghar mein ghus ke humlog ne, kisko to maare
Matter mera ho gayela, kitne log aare

Show pe kiya kabhi nai, daaru peeke rade
Bhai bante mandal mein, bahar maar khare
Yeh bachkane kyun mera, maar khane chahre
Maa baap ko bol rele, haan in log ne hi maare

Hindi!

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TERI AANKHON MEIN Lyrics and Video Song – Thalaivii | Armaan Malik, Prajakta Shukre

Teri aankhon mein kya hai
Meri aankhon mein hai sapna
Tere sapne mein aaye kaun?
Mere sapne mein hai apna

Apna hai jo kya main hoon woh
Na ji na tum woh nahi

Socho kabhi thoda mere baare
Teri tarah piche kayi bechare
Auron sa main bilkul nahi yaara
Jaanu tumhe saare ka main saara

Aisa bhala karti ho kyun
Maine tera hi toh hona hai
Khali abhi dil ka mere
Dekho koyi bhi na kona hai

Palkon pe hi rakh lo kahi
Na ji na tum woh nahi

Lelo kasam chahe meri jaan ki
Rehna mere maine agar haan ki
Tere siwa main na kahin jaaun
Bolo toh kya dil mein tere aaun

Dil yeh mera ghar hai tera
Jaise chaho waise aa jao
Aao jara aake mujhe
Apni baahon mein tum le jao

Pehle kaho main hi hoon woh
Haan ji haan tum ho wahi

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DON’T ASK Lyrics and Video Song – Khazala, Gurlej Akhtar

Main riffle fadaaun tainu aap kadh ke
Aap main chalauni teri car chaubbara
Ikk tere modde naal main khadugi
Ve dooje modde naal tere yaar chaubbara

Ya taan tere naal tikju maidan ch
Ya pher tainu leke jatti ghar jaugi

Mainu pucheya na kar kinna pyaar kardi
Ve teri aayi utte jatta jatti mar jaugi
Oh pucheya na kar kinna pyaar kardi
Ve teri aayi utte jatta jatti mar jaugi

Vekha jadon tainu ohdo dil karda
Vailpune karda close heeriye
Chhad dewaan saude pittal de karne
Tere layi khreedan bas rose heeriye

Oh jinna meri peeth te chalaiyan chhuriyan
Ohna te vi hun aitbaar aunda aa

Tu jiddan di zindagi ch aayi jattiye
Saala vairiyan de utte vi pyaar aunda aa
Tu jiddan di zindagi ch aayi jattiye
Saala vairiyan de utte vi pyaar aunda aa

Kisse sun sun palli jatti lailpur de
Kivein maareyan si jagge jatt daka sohneya
Main guddiyan patoleyan de naal kheddi na
Na hi sune johny johny yes papa sohneya

Bebe kolon sikheya ve chula chauka main
Bapu kolon sikheya defend karna
Ve apne dream poore karun bad ch
Main pehlan tere pangeya da end karna

Aa gayi je gall teri shan de utte
Ve agg aasmana utton varr jaaugi

Mainu puchheya na kar kinna pyaar kardi
Ve teri aayi utte jatta jatti mar jaugi
Oh pucheya na kar kinna pyaar kardi
Ve teri aayi utte jatta jatti mar jaugi

Ha kala kala suit paya pink pink jatti ne
Meri jaan kadde jadon vi dhyan main karaan
Hath ch bandook matthe utte watt ne
Oh kivein iss scene nu bayaan main karaan

Rajj ke sunakhi pariyan vi khel ne
Jurrat jatti ch dhunn dhunn bhari ae
Husan te wafa dovein katthe karke
Neeli chhat waleya kamaal kari ae

Jidde ajj mehboob us gali varga
Khuda vi iman jithe haar aunda aa

Tu jiddan di zindagi ch aayi jattiye
Saala vairiyan de utte vi pyaar aunda aa
Tu jiddan di zindagi ch aayi jattiye
Saala vairiyan de utte vi pyaar aunda aa

Ajj reejh meri jatta ik poori karde ve
Dhuan nikalda dekhna main hathiyaar chon
Ho jinna chir na main vairi goddeya te karda
Ohna chirr bahar nikli na car chon

Bhawein siweya de vall turri jaave zindagi
Taan vi chadd’di na hath tera raahvan vich main
Oh dekhi kithe nazran na lag jaan ni
Urre ho lukhawan tainu baahwan vich main

Teri nasal de bandeya nu jaandi aa main
Eh camp hunde jatta ya firak hunde ne
Oh gall jadon annkha de utte aa jave
Pher katal jatta nu billo maaf hunde ne

Oh khazale aala sher kise ne ni dakkna
Bhavein giddadan da jhund bhandaar aunda aa

Tu jiddan di zindagi ch aayi jattiye
Saala vairiyan de utte vi pyaar aunda aa
Tu jiddan di zindagi ch aayi jattiye
Saala vairiyan de utte vi pyaar aunda aa

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SHURUAATAN Lyrics and Video Song – Himmat Sandhu | Ucha Pind

Ohi surajan nu karde aa tichran
Jehde rakhde jittan diyan fikkran
Hauli hauli dekhi roshnauniyan
Jo kaaliyan ne raatan balleya

Ho duniya te kar lena kabza
Halle tan shuruaatan balleya
Oh duniya te kar lena kabza
Halle tan shuruwatan balleya

Oh jasseyan jibban ni kithon khol ju
Jinna ne pitte dudh kaadh ke
Oh ugne wale taan ugg painde aa
Ji pathran de seene paad ke
Oh ugne wale taan ugg painde aa
Ji pathran da seena paad ke

Ohi ban’da sikandar jo paunda ae
Tufana nu vi maatan balleya

Oh duniya te kar lena kabza
Halle tan shuruaatan balleya
Oh duniya te kar lena kabza
Halle tan shuruwatan balleya

Honsle aa dil’an de pahadan de na
Saukhe nehriyan ton dhehnde ne
Sheran de group vich mittran
Ve kade giddan na behnde ne
Ho sheran de group vich mittran
Ve kade giddan na behnde ne

Oh yaari jithe laiye othe vekhiye
Kade na jaatan paatan balleya

Oh duniya te kar lena kabza
Halle tan shuruaatan balleya
Oh duniya te kar lena kabza
Halle tan shuruwatan balleya