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Lil Durk Wants Another Son With India Royale, Says He’s ‘Really Sad Inside’

Lil Durk has disclosed that he is not as happy as he is perceived to be and that he wants another son with his girlfriend, India Royale.

The “Hats Off” rapper took to Twitter to make the revelation on Monday (September 3). “I be acting like I’m happy but I’m really sad inside,” he said. One hour later, he added, “I want another son!!!!!”

Lil Durk and his fiancée India Royale were blowing up social media just three days ago after Drake’s highly anticipated album “Certified Lover Boy” was released. Fans found it quite cute that Durk used his verse on one of the singles, “In The Bible,” to promote Royale’s business.

India Royale cosmetic, I’m just promotin’ my b*tch. Drake song do a billion streams for sure, I’m just promotin’ her sh*t. Nasty with it, take her to Sono Bello and get her some massive titties,” he raps about his 26-year-old girlfriend’s beauty line.

The popular lovers became stronger ‘couples goals’ icons as fans fawned over their relationship and continued support for each other.

One Twitter user said, “Lil Durk still got me weak. In the middle the song he just goes “India Royale Cosmetics, I’m just promoting my b****, drake songs doing big streams for sure, I’m just promoting her shit”… it ain’t have nothing to do with the song! Dat boy just wanted to put his girl on.”

While another added, “I love how hard lil durk goes for his girl, he said ima get on this drake feature and promote my girls cosmetic line.”

Even as fans admired the couple, it turns out things may not be so peachy either in Durk’s life as a whole or in his three-year-long relationship. While Lil Durk did not disclose the reason for his unhappiness, he appears to believe another son can help the situation.

India Royale mothers the youngest of Lil Durk’s six children, Willow Banks. The fashion blogger and entrepreneur also has another child from a previous relationship. She has not responded to Lil Durk’s desire to expand the family.

I want another son !!!!!

— THE VOICE (@lildurk) September 7, 2021

I be acting like I’m happy but I’m really sad inside ?

— THE VOICE (@lildurk) September 7, 2021

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Vybz Kartel And Super Model Winnie Harlow Homage Each Other

Vybz Kartel uses super model Winnie Harlow to promote his new song “Paparazzi,” and let’s just say she was here for it.

The Worl’Boss took to his Instagram account on Sunday (September 5) to share snapshots of the Jamaican-Canadian supermodel, posing for the cameras at the British GQ (Men of the Year Awards) in London, England. The event was held last week, Wednesday (September 1), and the supermodel hit the red carpet in an enticing orange rippled dress with a dash of yellow at the top. A hot pink tutu filled the bottom as she finished off the look with glitter heels.

Vybz Kartel captioned the post, “@gq affi pre ? & wonder “how di people do it?” Jamaica Way Jamaica streets yuh will see #paparazzi #bornfidisprelude out now.”

While you could see Winnie killing it on the red carpet, a snippet of the track, “Paparazzi,” was being played as the background music.

After loads of people eagerly anticipating her reaction, she flooded the comment section tagging the supermodel. She happily replied, grateful for the attention and love she was receiving.

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“Love you so much! #worldboss,” she commented with a crying face emoji, followed by two red hearts.

This isn’t the first time the pair have shared a sweet interaction online, as, in the past, Harlow has expressed how big of a Kartel fan she is. The 27-year-old was even seen back in 2020, dancing to Vybz Kartel’s 2011 hit song, “Clarks,” which Kartel later re-posted to his Instagram.

Even though the superstar was born in Canada, she has used her social media pages to promote her Jamaican roots and culture. She often expresses her love for the island and dancehall music, as she frequently posts videos wining to songs from various Jamaican artists, including Charly Black’s “Whine & Kotch” during her latest visit to Jamaica back in August.

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DJ Khaled Says Jamaica And “Dancehall Is A Part Of My Story & It’s Such A Blessing”

DJ Khaled shares how Jamaica and dancehall played a major part of his story.

Over the years, DJ Khaled’s unique touch on music has created a fan frenzy. From his most popular taglines like “We the Best” to “Another one!” it seems like almost everything he does goes viral. He’s now well respected in the hip-hop genre, but in a recent interview with the Recording Academy, he shared how much of a major influence dancehall and Jamaican culture have been in his life and career.

DJ Khaled expressed the sentiment while being interviewed for an episode of the Up Close & Personal podcast. He revealed that both dancehall and Jamaica have played an elemental role in his appreciation of music.

“Dancehall is a part of my story, you know what I’m saying, Jamaica is a part of Khaled’s story and it’s such a blessing. I love reggae music and I love dancehall,” he added.

It’s not just something that Khaled randomly decided to follow either, as dancehall music was a big part of his youth, he revealed. The “I’m the One” singer also shared that he was enthusiastically supported by the Jamaican dancehall community in the early days of his career. He also recalled doing shows regularly in Kingston.

“I grew up listening to dancehall, playing dancehall music with hip hop. As a young kid, I used to be in Jamaica, I use to basically live in Miami and Jamaica. I sound clashed, I’ve deejayed in Kingston throughout the whole beginning of my career,” he added.

As he continued to get deeper into dancehall and reggae, his appreciation for music expanded, and this translated into a successful career in production. He never had any intentions of forgetting the island that gave him his foundation, and so he felt it was only right that he featured dancehall on his latest album Khaled Khaled.

Khaled also recalled the years when his name started to get more popular as he became a sought-after deejay in both Miami and the Caribbean because of his special dubplates. He was also one of the deejays who was known for playing hip hop and reggae as well.

This is one of the reasons that he showed some love to Jamaica in his latest offering.

“And all those artistes you saw on my album on that song, my friends that cosigned me in the beginning of my career. They use to give me dubplates and they put their hands around my shoulder saying we love this kid and I never forget where I come from,” he explained.

The love and appreciation that he has for the genre was shown in the track “Where We Come,” which he admitted is one that he especially loves from the album. His desire was to bring together some of the veterans of dancehall on one track, which he accomplished.

“That record, Buju, Capleton, and Bounty have never been on a record together and those are all big huge reggae Jamaican worldwide icons and that record is one of my favourite records,” he continued.

The video for that track was a genuine and raw cut as Khaled revealed that all the artists came together in St Ann and just started filming. The video has been extremely well received as it has brought in over 13 million views since its debut on May 1, 2021.

DJ Khaled also revealed that he was excited to be working on Bounty Killer’s upcoming album King Of Kingston.

His motivation behind Khaled Khaled was to produce something that fans would love and respect. He also said he used his real name as an ode to artists like Jay-Z, whose music evolved when he started using his real name, Sean Carter.

The producer added that it was important for him to bring together Jay-Z and Nas on the track “Sorry Not Sorry” to inspire people to come together to work for success. Check out what Khaled had to say below.

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Shenseea, Buju Banton Makes Billboard Hot 100 Debut Thanks To Kanye West ‘Donda’

Shenseea and Buju Banton makes their Hot 100 debut this week thanks to their feature on Kanye West new album Donda.

Kanye West continues to shatter records with his new album “Donda” and the Jamaican stars, as well as others, who contributed to the project are also getting world-class exposure. The Shenseea feature “Pure Souls” and Buju Banton‘s feature “Believe What I Say” landed both artistes a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week making it their first appearance on the chart. Both Jamaican stars received writing credits for their respective parts on the album, Shenseea with her melodic background vocals and Buju with his vocals and prose rendition.

“Pure Souls,” which also features Roddy Ricch landed at Number 52, and “Believe What I Say” landed at Number 28.

Shenseea was also featured on a second song of the 27-track album titled “Ok Ok Pt. 2,” where she had much more to say in a lengthier and fiery verse. This song did not make the Billboard Top 100 chart but has been making strides on other charts, as it was ranked at Number 56 on the Rolling Stone’s Top 100 songs this week.

Shenseea’s manager and perhaps her biggest cheerleader, Romeich Major, took to Instagram to congratulate his artiste, expressing his delight over the recent development.

He shared a screenshot of Billboard Chart’s Twitter post announcing that 23 of Kanye’s songs from the Donda album made the Hot 100 this week.

In his caption, he wrote, “So proud of my #shenyeng swear just 5 years and you are doing so much greatness for your music and culture.”

“@shenseea hits Billboard chart today. I keep feeling prouder and prouder each day keep working keep pushing and be the best you can that only will count,” he added.

Shenseea had expressed gratitude on numerous occasions to Kanye West for believing in her and having her on his album. Among other achievements, the project also debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

The exposure comes as Shenseea prepares for the release of her debut album that should drop sometime this year.

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The songstress continues to make historical moves, as she is now the first female Jamaican artiste in 19 years to make the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She now joins the likes of Lady Saw (now Minister Marion Hall) and Patra.

Buju Banton, on the other hand, had a few Billboard successes in the past from his albums “Voice of Jamaica,” “Til Shiloh,” “Unchained Spirit,” and “Friend For Life,” which scored positions on other Billboard chart categories.

In the album’s first week of release, the single “Pure Souls” registered over 11 million streams across DSPs, while the single “OK OK Pt 2” received over 7.4 million streams.

Both Shenseea and Buju Banton are currently getting ready to release new albums with the dancehall princess recently revealing that her debut album is done.

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Tyson Beckford Calls Out Kim Kardashian For Suggesting He Is Gay

Tyson Beckford has time, but it seems that he has taken three years to work up the nerve to address Kim Kardashian and Wendy Williams, who both shaded his sexuality in the past.

In a recent VladTV interview, Tyson Beckford addressed his 2018 feud with Kim Kardashian-West which started after he spoke in a derogatory manner about her body and purported plastic surgery.

Beckford had left two comments on a paparazzi photo of the Kardashian West.

“Sorry I don’t care for it personally,” he wrote in the first comment. “She is not real, doctor fucked up on her right hip,” the second comment read.

Kim was not amused and quickly clapped back at Beckford, hinting that he might be gay, which is why he doesn’t care for it.

“Sis we all know why you don’t care for it,” followed by a trio of tea emojis. Her post was read by fans as insinuating that Beckford could be gay, which is why he doesn’t find her attractive.

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Beckford later responded with a photo and caption declaring his support for the LGBTQ community.

“I support LGBTQ, even though I’m not Gay. It’s just the Human thing to do.”

Beckford says that some people still get cheeky and try to call him gay on the internet since that incident.

“Sometimes I’ll get a couple suckers on Instagram who will try to say like, ‘Oh, yeah. You gay,’” he told VladTV. “Then I’m like ‘Where is this coming from?’ You heard it from that dumbass? And then you heard it from that stupid b**ch Wendy Williams?” he said in reference to Kardashian West and Wendy Williams.

“Man, f*** all of them! I ain’t never been gay, nor do I have a problem with gay people. It’s just like, don’t try to turn a situation into something because I got the best of you,” he added.

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T-Pain Details How Kanye West Stole His ‘Corny’ Steve Steve Urkel Line

T-Pain shared some details about how Kanye West blindsided him and jacked a line from one of his songs.

T-Pain has been busy on his Twitch stream, and no one’s safe! At least not anyone who has been foul to the “I’m Sprung” artist as he details events after events from the past or just funny recollections that his fans are ready to eat up.

The artist’s latest disclosure has some anger at Kanye West, who is accused of blatantly stealing one of T-Pain’s lines and using it in his 2010 track, “Dark Fantasy.”

In the song, a slick-tongued Kanye West name-drop “Family Matters” character Steve Urkel on the “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” track, “Dark Fantasy.”

However, the line was not Ye’s original idea since a similar line was used by T-Pain, but he was told by Kanye it was “corny,” leading to him dropping it.

The “Buy U A Drank” singer claims Ye stole the concept for the Urkel line after hearing him sing a similar lyric on his song “Danger.”

“Let me talk about a time that one of my ‘corny’ lines got stolen,” T-Pain said. “I’m so prepared for this and I love this. Bro, Kanye stole one of my corny lines. I couldn’t believe it. Kanye stole one of my corny lines after he told me it was corny. I don’t think he said it better. I don’t think anything happened that [made] his… better than mine… because mine was out,” he said on the Twitch Livestream.

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He added that he was letting Kanye listen to his mixtape because he valued his expertise in music when Ye turned around and stole the line.

“I was working on Watch the Throne and I was so proud of my new mixtape that I had coming and it was mostly rap,” he continued. “There was a lot of rap on my shit and I was showing Kanye my shit to be like, ‘Is this good rap?’ I really wanted his fucking opinion. I was dying. It’s fucking Kanye bro, you know what I’m saying?”

T-Pain said he shared the supposed corny line to Kanye -“I got beef like two burgers, you ni**as win slow and I’m smarter than Steve Urkel.”

He said he knew it was corny, and Kanye West also told him the same.

“Now, keep in mind the Winslow family, right? Corny as fuck. I knew it was corny when I said it,” T-Pain admitted. “Kanye confirmed it. He was like, ‘Don’t ever say anything like that.’ Then after that, one of his bars was, ‘Too many Urkels on your team, that’s why your wins low.’ And I was like, ‘Did this ni**a try to get me to not say my shit so he could say it?’ … I was like, ‘Bro, that’s my bar.’ He looked at me and he was literally bobbing his head, grabbing his chin, and when I said that line he looked at me and said, ‘Don’t say that.’”

T-Pain says he’s learned a valuable lesson to believe in himself and even his corny lines.

“I know they’re corny, but if the right person says it, it’s not corny anymore apparently,” T-Pain said. “When a ni*a getting lifted to the fucking ceiling like a God with a light shining down on him and y’all ni*as is paying $50 for fucking chicken fingers to listen to a fucking unfinished album. Twice.”

Meanwhile, T-Pain is not the only one accusing Kanye West of stealing. A range of allegations against the rapper includes allegations that he stole his Donda merch designs from a black-owned company. He has also been accused by musicians from his ‘Sunday Service’ production of stiffing the staff and not paying them, and they’ve sued him for $30 million in damages.

Ye is also accused of allegedly stealing sneaker tech designs from a start-up company, and even once accused of stealing a gold earring during a Versace fashion show in 2018. His allegations of stealing performance ideas are also numerous such as Lorde accusing him of stealing her set idea in 2018.

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Mike Dean Details Grueling Experience Working With Kanye West on ‘Donda’

As many have suspected, it’s not easy working on an album with the best rappers in the game. Renowned hip hop record producer, audio engineer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Mike Dean gave fans a glimpse of the type of effort and tireless work that went into Kanye West’s latest album, DONDA.

It’s well known that he’s been West’s go-to man when he’s ready to record, and they share quite an impressive creative relationship that has spanned many years. In fact, Dean has been rolling with Kanye since the days of The College Dropout. This latest project was no walk in the park, even with that type of familiarity.

So much so that rumors began to surface that making the album had begun to affect his mental health. While some joked that he had been kidnapped to finish the album, it was revealed that Dean left the stadium where Kanye was recording because of a “toxic environment.”

He eventually revealed that he was committed to the project but had chosen to work from home. Dean shared more about the stress of creating DONDA while being interviewed by Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1.

Dean said the experience was interesting it was also “gruelling” because it took up a lot of hours and included a lot of changes. He said this was a result of the many listening parties that were held. He maintained, however, that he was happy with the final product.

“Yeah. Came out great though. Kanye had three listening parties. So each listening party was like a test kind of. And after each one, I think he wanted… I can’t talk too much about his process. He took all the information he got from everyone, including online reviews, personal friends’ reviews, and he just kind of digest it all and adjust the album the way he wants,” he added.

Holding the listening parties did help immensely in the end, he continued. Dean added that he looked at how the crowd moved to different songs during the parties. He would use that information to add to the tracks.

Mike Dean also has a new album called ECHOPLEX (LIVE 2021), a visual project with songs from his synth-fueled studio drop 4:22.

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Nicki Minaj Says She’s A Fan Of Dancehall Artist Intence Music, Hints At Collab

Nicki Minaj says she’s a huge fan of dancehall music, and she is following a number of people that she likes, including dancehall artist Intence who she is open to collaborating with in the future.

Speaking during a Twitter Space discussion on Sunday, Nicki Minaj said she has a deep appreciation for Jamaicans, and she also loves the music. Among her favorite artists that she follows is Intence. Minaj said the artist immediately wasted no time jumping into her DMs and asking for a collab.

“He (Intence) was like yo ‘we gotta do sumn we gotta work together’ and I was like ‘yea for real’,” Nicki said during the “Barbie Talk.”

Intence is known for his hit songs like “Go Hard” and his latest controversial song, “Yahoo Boyz,” that’s named after the high-profile scammers in Nigeria. The song has been on heavy rotation in Jamaica since its release on July 5 despite its grotesque video in which Intence and his actors in the video can be seen cutting off the head of a rooster.

The Queen of Rap, however, says that what determines her following persons on social media is listening to their interviews and their music.

“I was listening to some of his (Intence) stuff and I was like yea I really f**k with him and then I looked at some of his interviews,” the Barbz Queen began. “I always do that, cause if I like an artist, I wanna see what they are like, in their interviews sometimes…and I’ll look and you will [be] surprised at some songs out here, but then I’ll go and see a little more of an artist and i’m like ‘nah’..I don’t wanna follow them, mi nah know,” she said.

She added that she loves Jamaican people and follows quite a few of them online.

“But with some people, I’ll hear their songs and then I’ll look them up a little more and then I’ll be like ‘I really like this person, as a human’. And obviously I’ve followed a lot of Jamaican people cause they’re funny, they’re dope and I f***ing love what they’re doing.”

Among those who Minaj is following online are recording artists Pamputtae, Macka Diamond, and Queenie, as well as a number of other Jamaicans like Spice’s former dancing trio, turned reality artists- TC, Pretii, and Dancing Rebel.

Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj has been a staunch promoter of Jamaican culture abroad and has released music with some of the biggest dancehall names such as Mavado, Stylo G, Vybz Kartel, and others. She also recently collaborated with young artist Skillibeng on the “Crocodile Teeth” (remix), which landed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

On the other hand, Intence is not the only one that Minaj has her eyes on. When asked to make music with two of dancehall’s biggest names- Spice and Shenseea, Minaj left her fans in the air.

“You know I love Dancehall, so let’s see what happens,” she said.

Both Spice and Shenseea have asked for collaborations with Nicki Minaj, one of the biggest artists in the US and worldwide.

Nicki Minaj took a break from music following her pregnancy and the birth of her son but was mum on when fans would be getting new music.

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Popcaan Sends Encouraging Message To Unruly Fans, Have Faith Despite Pandemic

Popcaan send his Unruly fans some words of encouragement as the pandemic rages on.

The “Give Thanks” deejay took to his Instagram account to remind his fans always to pray and count their blessings even amid adversaries. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, life has gotten harder for many persons, some of whom have lost their jobs, have experienced shortened work hours, and have tragically lost loved ones to the virus. It has been an especially hard time for parents, who have the added challenge of ensuring their children are in school with limited internet and smart device access.

Popcaan words of encouragement come at a most opportune time, as Jamaicans are in the middle of the 3rd week of no movement days. It has been deemed necessary to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, which has put a strain on the nation’s health service. This strain has resulted in hospitals being limited to emergency services, and there has also been a recent oxygen shortage that affected both COVID patients as well as newborn babies. Citizens who already have a hard time covering their basic needs are now experiencing a lockdown which puts a greater strain on their limited resources and mental health.

In the post, he spoke about how persons may be losing their faith and questioning God’s power during these trying times, but he quickly reminded them that it is okay to trust God as he is still working miracles.

“I see pandemic have people questioning God’s power, yes there’s a God!!! Yess it’s ok to still pray and give thanks!!! Yes it’s ok to still have faith and believe in yourself!!! Yes it’s ok to trust God!! He’s still working miracles, don’t make pandemic change your thinking and mindset!!! It’s ok to have faith,” he wrote which he later shared in a tweet.

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— Popcaan (@PopcaanMusic) September 6, 2021

There seems to be no near end in sight for the pandemic, and Popcaan’s words are just the fuel his fans need to carry on.

One commented, “Blessings haffi flow when the prayers gone up.” Another said, “Yes !!! My God is real. From mi si mi survive COVID who could it be. Put yuh trust in him with a prayer a day peeps.”

Since the emergence of the Coronavirus, new strains have been popping up all across the world, which continues to prove more deadly than the prior variants.

Popcaan also has his own problems dealing with. Just last week a judge issued a bench warrant for his arrest which was put on hold as his court hearing for traffic offenses was rescheduled to November 4.

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Pusha T Shares Tweets About Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy” Losing Steam

Kanye West’s henchman Pusha T continues to react to Drake’s new project in comparison to Ye’s

Pusha T recently liked a post on Twitter, which shared the streaming numbers for Drake‘s new studio album, Certified Lover Boy (CLB), in comparison with Kanye’s album Donda. CLB was released on September 3rd, while Donda was released on August 29th.

After CLB dropped, the first day garnered a multitude of streams, as eager fans rushed to Spotify. The second-day streams, on the other hand, could not catch up, and the numbers fell severely.

“I predicted this. I said drake’s day 1 is gonna be huge off the element surprise then its just gonna drop. donda everyone heard in full 3 weeks before it dropped, still did these numbers and is only growing in streams. crazy!” highlighted the post in question.

Accompanying the tweet was an image by XXL magazine, which shared the exclusive number of album streams on Spotify from both artists.

DONDA and Certified Lover Boy first and second-day album streams on Spotify:

Donda
First Day: 94.5M
Second day: 102.1M

Certified Lover Boy
First Day: 153.4M
Second Day: 89.9M”

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Supporters speculated that Pusha T was celebrating the fact that Ye’s numbers could at any time surpass Drizzy’s.

Fans have also predicted that “Donda” would be snatching the #1 spot next week since there is a high chance that Drake would achieve it this week.

Ye’s album has been topping charts all over, and fans have been loving the tracks on the album, hence the rise in album streams so far.

Pusha T and Drake have been going back and forth for years with their beef, so much so that even Kanye West got involved once. The disputes can be traced back to the early 2000s, where Pusha T dissed Lil Wayne in 2006 for stealing his style after appearing on a show in Bape Clothes.

He also released tracks that criticized Drizzy for his loyalty to Lil Wayne, and he later suggested that Drake used a ghostwriter to write his songs.

Lil Wayne is also not a King Push fan, so it made the sting of the criticism even fiercer. Drake, who was confused about the diss, told Pusha T, while doing an interview, to make it more direct next time, and that’s exactly what Pusha T did in his song, “Exodus 23:1.”

“You signed to one n*gga that signed to another n***a, that signed to 3 n***a, now that’s bad luck,” Pusha spit.

Drizzy fired back with his track, “Tuscan Leather.”

The “In My Feelings” singer also fired back to Pusha T with “Two Birds, One Stone,” which suggested that the rapper was living a fake life. Additionally, Pusha T revealed that Drake had a son, Adonis, in the track, “The story of Adidon.”

Through music, the rappers continued to express their dislike towards each other, over and over again.

Years of bad blood between them have seemingly not been put to an end following this recent occurrence.

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Brick & Lace Launches ‘Love is Wicked’ Clothing Line, Sister Nyla Welcomes Baby Girl

In 2006, Jamaican-American dancehall/R&B musical group Brick & Lace took over the airwaves with their unique sound. Now the talented group, which includes sisters Nyanda, Nailah, and Tasha Thorbourne, are hoping for another type of dominance. This time they’ve jumped into the fashion world.

They have officially launched their Love is Wicked clothing line and gave their fans an insight into the brand through Instagram.

Nyanda shared that the line had been in the works for some time and that they were very excited that their dream had finally come to fruition.

“Its your girl Nyanda here to announce finally, what me and my sisters have had up out sleeves; working on all this time. And it is finally here. I am so excited. It is the Love is Wicked the clothing line, Love is Wicked apparel is here,” she said Nyanda in a video.

She also urged fans to tag them after they purchased clothes from the site.

“Yes, guys you can go to loveiswicked.com to shop all your Love is Wicked merch. So guys, when you shop your Love is Wicked merch please continue to do your dances, we want to see u guys tag us, take pics and show us you guys rocking the merch,” she added.

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Nyla shared that she recently had a baby but had been pushing to get the brand on track. She said that she was nervous and excited to share what she and her sisters had been working on over the last year. She also shared some of the first photos from clothing from the line that they modeled.

“It has been such a journey especially with the little one growing inside me and trying to coordinate with the other girls, but we are #proud of where we are and what we have done thus far,” she added.

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SUN LE ZARA Lyrics and Video Song – Saaj Bhatt, Sonal Pradhan

Mujhe pata hai kya dil mein tere
Jaane hai tu bhi kya dil mein mere
Mujhe pata hai kya dil me tere
Jaane hai tu bhi kya dil mein mere

Phir bhi jo baatein tumse kehni hai
Saamne keh na paya tere oh

Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara

Mein hoon tera paagal deewana
Tu hai to main hoon piya
Yaad tu hi tu maine maana
Kuch na tere siva

Paagal deewana hoon
Tera deewana hoon
Tu hai to main hoon piya

Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara

Toota hai dil mera ik dafa pehle bhi
Jeena bhooli, mile zakhm hai aise bhi

Meri rago mein bas tu hi beh raha
Taklif teri dard mera
Rota hai dil mera aankhein meri bhi num hai
Chahun lagana seene se tujhe

Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara
Sun le zara, dil ki kabhi sun zara

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DO GHOONT Lyrics and Video Song – Shruti Rane

Do ghoont do ghoont
Haan do ghoont
Mujhe bhi pila de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Haan do ghoont
Mujhe bhi pila de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Balma re zalima, are are are are
Aag paani mein laga de zara si
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Haan do ghoont
Mujhe bhi pila de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Iss khel ka iss mel ka
Aaye maza khak aise
Tadpe jiya aise mera
Bulbul koyi kaid jaise

Iss khel ka iss mel ka
Aaye maza khak aise
Tadpe jiya aise mera
Bulbul koyi kaid jaise

Sohneya ve ranjheya, are are are are
Ek bar haa ek bar
Ek bar pehra hata de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Haan do ghoont
Mujhe bhi pila de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Gaungi re nachungi re
Tere liye aaj se main
Aaye sharam lekin balam
Mar jaaungi laaz se main

Gaungi re nachungi re
Tere liye aaj se main
Aaye sharam lekin balam
Mar jaaungi laaz se main

Balma re zalima, are are are are
Laaz ka yeh ghunghat utha de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

Haan do ghoont
Mujhe bhi pila de sharabi
Dekh phir hota hai kya

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Lyrics

CLICK THAT B KICKING Lyrics and Video Song – Karan Aujla | BTFU

Click That B Kicking song will be released on 9th Sept 2021.

As soon as song will release, we will provide
you lyrics and music video of the song.
Till then stay tuned.

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TERE MERE DARMIYAN Lyrics and Video Song – Khesari Lal Yadav

Kuch toh hai baaki tere mere darmiyan
Varna na dil pareshan hota
Kaash hum bhi hote tum ho jahan wahan
Phir kuch alag sa yeh jahan hota

Kuch toh hai baaki tere mere darmiyan
Varna na dil pareshan hota
Kaash hum bhi hote tum ho jahan wahan
Phir kuch alag sa yeh jahan hota

Meri manzilein maqsood tu
Abhi aa bhi ja mere roobaru
Kuch toh hai baaki tere mere darmiyan
Varna na dil pareshan hota

Kaise bhula doon main saanson ki woh khushbu
Jiski talab dil ko hai aaj bhi
Kyun aisa lagta hai tanha si raaton mein
Mujh bin tadapti hai aksar tu bhi

Kaise bhula doon main saanson ki woh khushbu
Jiski talab dil ko hai aaj bhi
Kyun aisa lagta hai tanha si raaton mein
Mujh bin tadapti hai aksar tu bhi

Mujhe dhoondhti teri nazar
Mujhme hai tu shaamo sehar

Kuch toh hai baaki tere mere darmiyan
Varna na dil pareshan hota
Kaash hum bhi hote tum ho jahan wahan
Phir kuch alag sa yeh jahan hota