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Coldplay – Biutyful

[Biutyful Snippet]

You’re so biutyful
You’re so biutyful

The song lyrics will be updated upon the album release, September 15th.

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Coldplay – Let Somebody Go

[Lyrics from the snippet]

We’ve had that kind of love
I thought that it would never end
Oh, my lover, oh, mother
Oh, my friend
We talked around in circles
and we talked around again
I loved you to the moon and back again

Ooooh, when you love somebody
Oooooh, when you love somebody

We’ve had that kind of love
I thought that it would never end
Oh, my lover, oh, mother
Oh, my friend
We talked around in circles
and we talked around again
I loved you to the moon and back again

Ooooh, when you love somebody
Oooooh, when you love somebody

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Coldplay – Infinity Sign

[Instrumental/vocal snippet]

The song lyrics will be updated upon the album release, September 15th.

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Coldplay – Humankind

[Instrumental/vocal snippet]

The song lyrics will be updated upon the album release, September 15th.

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Coldplay – People of the Pride

Hey!

[Instrumental/vocal snippet]

The song lyrics will be updated upon the album release, September 15th.

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Mariana Velletto – Crazy

I burn it all (burn it all)
Get it all back just to spend it all
(Spend it, I spend it)
Uh, yeah
Are you serious?
I got my own bag nigga, period
Uh, yeah
Bitch I could buy your life
I got my own ice
Got hittas that can take your life
Fuck with me and it’s on Sight, yea

Oppsie looking goofy
Turn your man into a groupie
Make a movie
I been ballin like 23
Yeah you see it,
I don’t need you cuz

Chorus:
I’m better than your average, average girl
You fucking with a bad bitch savage now
You must’ve lost your mind tryina run game on me
Cuz I’ll show a side of me
You don’t wanna see

Don’t play with me
I’m crazy for real
Uuuh, you must’ve lost your mind
Tryina run game on me
Cuz I’ma show a side of me you don’t wanna see
I’m crazy for real

Know I got that grip grip
Make you tap out tap out
Type to keep it gangsta
I can’t crash out, crash out
I be low kеy stay coolin
But don’t wanna see me go stupid
You don’t wanna make me losе it
So I’m about to show you what the truth is

Bitch I could buy your life
I got my own ice
Got hittas that can take your life
Fuck with me and it’s on Sight yea

Oppsie looking goofy
Turn your man into a groupie
Make a movie
I been ballin like 23
Yea you see it
I don’t need you cuz

Chorus:
I’m better than your average, average girl
You fucking with a bad bitch savage now
You must’ve lost your mind tryina run game on me
Cuz I’ll show a side of me
You don’t wanna see

Don’t play with me
I’m crazy for real
Uuuh, you must’ve lost your mind
Tryina run game on me
Cuz I’ma show a side of me you don’t wanna see
I’m crazy for real

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Kehlani – ALTAR

Fresh white flowers and a new tea light
Nine cups of water, still water
Soon I’ll see your face
Don’t know why I ever thought you were far away
I should’ve known better

If I set a flame & I call your name
I’ll fix you a plate,
We can go to dinner
We can share a meal your way
and I’ll play you the songs that you used to play.

Chorus:
So I put you on the altar, stay just a little bit longer, woah
Laid it out for ya’, thought I felt you before
Now you’re closer, closer, woah
So I put you on the altar, stay just a little bit longer, woah
Laid it out for ya’, thought I felt you before
Now you’rе closer, closer, woah, woah

Holdin’ on to things you told me
Holdin’ on to drеams you showed me
Holdin’ on to anything from you
That you’ve been leaving here
Now I believe I swear
I can smell your perfume
Picking up your signal like a phonebooth
Keeping you alive and I do it ’cause I want to

If I set a flame & I call your name
I’ll fix you a plate,
We can go to dinner
We can share a meal your way
and I’ll play you the songs that you used to play.

Chorus:
So I put you on the altar, stay just a little bit longer, woah
Laid it out for ya’, thought I felt you before
Now you’re closer, closer, woah (Now you’re closer)
So I put you on the altar, stay just a little bit longer, woah
Laid it out for ya’, thought I felt you before
Now you’re closer, closer, woah, woah (Closer)

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Alexa Rose – Wild peppermint

Storm on the radar
Angry and red
Pixelated
Lying in bed
And checking the forecast
There today
Watch for delays
But it’s just raining

You always said we’d move to Vermont
I found a new dream to hold

Chorus:
Somebody broke my heart
The way that I broke yours
The weather on the chart
It’s been known to be change its course
We could change direction for the hell of it
Back then
Growing wild peppermint
and sleep until today

Do you remember two thousand words?
Nothing to [?]
The big kitchen shouts
Burn me a new mix, I’ll over [?]
Then send the keys [?]

Some swore the engine is lump in my head
But I want to real city and say

Chorus:
Somebody broke my heart
The way that I broke yours
The weather on the chart
It’s been known to be change its course
We could change direction for the hell of it
Back then
Growing wild peppermint
and sleep until today

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Foxes – Sister ray

She keeps dancing
‘Cross the floor
Still awake for
Evermore

Taken too much
Much too young
Our hearts spinning too fast, too far
To love someone

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Beenie Man Blast OUR & JPS Over Rate Increase: “Where is the compassion for the people?”

Beenie Man sounds off against the recent JPS rate increase with Jamaicans already paying higher light bills.

The dancehall legend tweeted his displeasure over the recent rate increase granted to JPS by the Office of Utilities Regulation—OUR amid widespread outcry among Jamaicans buckling under the weight of the pandemic. Beenie Man‘s sentiments are shared by many Jamaicans who are already paying more for energy because of increases in the cost of fuel and foreign exchange rates. Since the start of the pandemic, persons have been paying close to double what they used to pay before without using more energy, even without an increase in the cost for energy rate.

The “Girls Dem Sugar” deejay questioned the prudence of the decision to grant an increase at this time, with increased COVID restrictions, which included no movement days that shortened the work schedules for the last four weeks.

“Now why would OUR approve an increase in electricity bill in the middle of the pandemic, covid restrictions, and no movement,” he stated.

Beenie Man went on to express how this move was insensitive and thoughtless, querying, “Where is the compassion for the people? #Jamaica.”

In another tweet the dancehall legend added, “We the people have been suffering for two years during this pandemic. We have had to find means to pay our bills while they kept coming. People lost jobs, and the street hustle is no longer there, remittances aren’t coming in because the families aboard are also affected!”

We the people have been suffering for two years during this pandemic. We have had to find means to pay our bills while they kept coming.

People lost jobs, and the street hustle is no longer there, remittances aren’t coming in because the families aboard are also affected!

— Beenie Man (@KingBeenieMan) September 16, 2021

Now why would OUR approve an increase in electricity bill in the middle of a pandemic, covid restrictions and no moment. Where is the compassion for the people? ??#Jamaica

— Beenie Man (@KingBeenieMan) September 16, 2021

Some fans of Beenie Man in Jamaica started sharing a meme about “Why OUR and JPS want to be that guy.” This is a recall of a meme that was birthed from Beenie Man and Bounty Killer’s appearance on the popular Verzuz live battle that Swizz Beatz and Timbaland created. The “that guy” statement was following an attempt to lock down the live event, which was in breach of COVID curfew restrictions at the time.

Fans of the deejay shared in his angered response to JPS, noting that this is an increase that Jamaicans cannot afford, as they are already plagued with increases in the cost of food, fuel, and other daily necessities. One fan commented, “A nu lie … man a talk facts….raise fair den raise light bill what next,” while another added, “People unu tief light yer. Dont mek ntn stop unu !”

The rate took effect September 1st and will reflect on JPS customers’ October bills, JPS was granted a 1.4% increase as opposed to the 3.5% they were requesting. Customers that fall within the Rate 10 category will now pay $13.85/kWh for the first 117kWh compared to the previous $7.24/kWh for the first 100kWh, and $21.03/kWh for everything above that compared to the old rate of $20.79/kWh. For business customers (Rate 20) their rate is $122.45/kWh for the first 10kWh and $9.03/kWh for each kWh after.

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Fat Joe & Lil Mo Show Each Other Love On IG After He Apologize For Calling Her Dusty

Fat Joe and Lil Mo have made amends following his offensive remarks against her on Verzuz.

Fat Joe initially offered a wishy-washy apology for the offensive comments he made about Lil Mo and Vita, who were present at his Verzuz against Ja Rule on Tuesday night. Ja Rule brought out the ladies on stage to perform their collab hit “Put It on Me.”

However, things got heated when Ja Rule told Joe that bringing out Remy Ma was “fucking pathetic” to “to save you.” Joe responded with an insult of his own that went too far.

“You got all those other dusty bitches out there,” said Fat Joe. “You gotta go to the crackhouse to find them bitches.”

Social media users were quick to chide Joe over the harsh and stereotypical comments many used against Black women. Joe issued a half-hearted apology Wednesday morning.

“Shout to the ladies very sorry if I disrespected,” he tweeted. “I love Vida and Lil Moe I’m super sorry love my sisters.”

Shout out to the ladies very sorry if i disrespected i love vida and lil Moe I’m super sorry love my sisters

— FAT JOE (@fatjoe) September 15, 2021

Vita and Lil Mo were among a slew of female artists that joined the show, including Ashanti brought by Ja Rule, but she also performed with Fat Joe. Remy Ma also performed with Ja Rule.

Lil Mo reacted to the apology Wednesday afternoon, clearly not accepting his earlier apology and urging “EVERYONE” to tell Fat Joe that he owes a genuine Apology [sic]. She added – “I’m Not A Bxtch nor am I Dusty!!! #StreetCODE Women and Children is off limits.”

Fat Joe also dropped in on her comments section to apologize.

“I’m super sorry I love you and vida I said sorry to your face before I left the building and to vida I was caught up in the moment and I’m super sorry god bless.”

Remy Ma defends Fat joe

Meanwhile, Remy Ma is defending Fat Joe as she added her voice to the comments Joe made under Lil Mo’s post. According to Remy Ma, the comments were not directed at the two women as they weren’t even present on stage when Joe said it.

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“Stop it Mo, you know damn well Joe ain’t on it like that. First of all… you, V, Shanti- or nobody yhad even come out yet- when him and Ja was going back & forth; we didn’t know who was in the back. Second…I was in the car when you walked thru the parking lot and he hugged you, & showed you mad love as usual… no need for your followers to tell him anything, as someone that personally knows you I’m sorry you were offended- you can call my phone; matter of fact I’m gonna dm you my number in case you don’t have it anymore- but also as someone that personally knows Joe he is not intentionally trying to hurt anyone- it was a battle between friends that are like family; sidebar: #streetcode don’t do social media.”

Lil Mo also responded to Remy Ma’s interjection with a crisp comment reply.

“WHO IS YOU to tell ME how to FEEL. Mind ya business. Foh,” she said.

Fat Joe later commented on Lil Mo’s video telling her, “Love you mo,” and she responded saying, “love you JOE.”

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Nas, Pusha T & Others Invest $5M In Audius Streaming Platform Aim To Rival Spotify

Nas, Pusha T, and other music industry players are investing huge sums into a new streaming platform that is projected to be the next big thing.

The market is fully saturated with a variety of music streaming platforms to choose from, but there is still room for more. A number of artists, artist managers, and label executives have become major investors in the up-and-coming platform called Audius, which is set to rival Spotify. Nas and Pusha T are among a group of $5 million investors said to be announced later today. Audius is a streaming service that was founded in 2018 that is built on blockchain, which is the same technology that supports the increasingly popular NFTs.

While the service is currently free to use, executives expect to diversify the business model amid their investment campaign that includes a host of famous names. The likes of Katy Perry, Nas, The Chainsmokers, Pusha T, Mike Shinoda from Linkin Park, Jason Derulo, and more are ahead of the curve with the investment opportunity. Audius has a much more extensive investor list than this, however, as it has backing from Martin Bandier, former Sony/ATV Music Publishing CEO, Madonna, Frank Ocean, Calvin Harris’ manager Mark Gillespie, U2’s manager Guy Oseary and a lot more.

Audius has already received rave reviews for setting itself apart from other platforms for its revenue benefits. Similar to TIDAL, the platform allows stakeholders the opportunity to have ownership which is something Nas was excited to point out in a recent statement about the service. “I believe [blockchains] might be the most important technology to ever hit the music industry,” the rapper said in a statement. “Everyone who uploads to Audius can be an owner. You can’t say that about any other platform.”

Additionally, the blockchain technology that Audius is built on will allow artists to get paid much faster when their music is streamed, as in real-time. 90% of earnings from monetized streams will reportedly go to artists in real-time, while the 10% residue will go to the community that makes the streaming service work. Bandier, who is a veteran music executive, was very excited about this prospect when he spoke to Rolling Stone. “Blockchain, which I understand to be a transparent and immutable ledger of transactions, should benefit songwriters and other creators in a way beyond what the current system permits,” he said. “Songwriters need more avenues for revenue, and this model should also help expedite payments for their music as it streams across the world.”

The former head of Sony/ATV Music Publishing also explained that it’s “not simply a Spotify 2.0” in a way that suggests that it will give the popular platform a run for its money, literally. “Streaming is just one small, albeit meaningful, part of its business model,” he continued. “The blockchain is enabling entirely new revenue streams for artists and creators, like NFTs, social currency, and curation. Audius is not only using the blockchain to add potentially significant revenue streams for artists, but it also allows them to cooperatively own the platform itself.”

Essentially, everyone who signs up for the streaming service has a crypto wallet created for their account, which Browning says affords boundless opportunities. “That enables us to build some really cool crypto features the mainstream is talking about — NFTs, etc — without all the extremely complex process of downloading and setting up extra apps,” he says.

Audius, which currently boasts over 6 million subscribers and counting, also recently became the first music streaming platform to strike a deal with popular social media network TikTok. Co-founder and chief product officer Forrest Browning says the platform will likely keep its “free-to-use aspect” while “layering in paid offerings that perhaps let artists monetize their superfans in unique ways.” He adds that this year alone has proven that “even a small percentage of your audience paying you directly can have a meaningful impact on your revenue and help grow the pie for everyone.”

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Lil Wayne Signs New Female Rapper Mellow Rackz To Young Money

Lil Wayne and Mack Maine have officially welcomed rapper Mellow Rackz to Young Money with 100 bands and a signature chain.

After decades in the industry, Lil Wayne has maintained his reputation as one of the most respected among other rappers and most beloved by fans. His admirable inclination to introduce new hip-hop talents to the world has not gone unnoticed over the tenure of his career, and he has had a hand in the career starts for many of the greats of this generation. Whether by means of inspiration or straight up putting them on, Wayne’s undeniable influence has remained a staple component of the hip-hop community.

Many years have gone by as Tunechi continues to rep his profound Young Money outfit that has introduced some of the biggest rappers in the world today. Mellow Rackz is hoping to be the next big inductee after being signed by the label and welcomed with a lavish signing party at LIV Miami on Sunday night. The rapper was reportedly met at the airport earlier by Wayne and Young Money president Mack Maine who gave her a duffle bag full of bands summing up to $100k.

Later that night the trio celebrated the rapper at her signing party where she performed and was honored with another gift from the Young Money heads. In a video she posted on Instagram, Rackz is seen receiving a fully bust down Young Money chain from Lil Wayne himself who tagged her neck with the elite brand’s ice. “Dreams really do come true,” Mellow Rackz wrote in the caption alongside the video. “I really hustled this is no luck. @livmiami ON A SUNDAY. it’s @mackmaine4president & @zoeydollaz in the Dj booth 4 me. that’s the love u can’t buy. Mula Gang.”

She followed up with a second post showing the highlights of the night, including her performance and photos of her with Mack Maine and Lil Wayne. “This sh** saved me !!” the rapper wrote. “I escape death made it through hell now I’m living heaven on earth ! ITZ RACKZ yung Mula baybee!! Thank you God.”

It’s been a hot minute since Young Money enlisted a new artist, but considering the new wave of female rappers dominating the game, it comes as no surprise that Mellow Rackz was their choice signee. Fans and critics alike are now eager to see what she will bring to the table as a Young Money rapper, as the title has historically been one to live up to.

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Love & Hip Hop ATL: Spice Apologize To Justin Budd After Revealing Breakup On Wendy Williams

Fans of Spice was shocked when the Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reality star told Wendy Williams that she was single in June when she was promoting “Go Down Deh.”

However, it seems that it was all just Spice and Justin Budd in malice. A clip of the latest episode of the show reveals Spice and Justin sitting down and talking, but an incensed Spice talks about being single because she is not married.

“You feel like you had to spite me with Wendy Williams,” Justin yelled. “Why would you go on tv to the biggest mouth in the world and tell her that you’re single? We didn’t know what was going in the f***** relationship.”

Spice, however, says that she was only giving the correct answer to the question Wendy asked her.

“I put my ring finger up, I’m not married, that’s the question. I don’t know what you wanted me to say. If I knew what was going on in my relationship I probably would have said ‘oh I’m in a serious relationship… that’s what happened.”

On her Instagram account, Spice sought to explain why she said she was single. It seems that she and Justin had had a fight, and she wasn’t sure what was going on.

“My baby I love you , but if you haven’t spoken to me in 6 hours we have a problem, if you malice me for 12 hours that means we “break up” if you haven’t spoken to me for 2 days I’m single @jbuddmedia it’s a Caribbean thing if we argue we Leff,” Spice said.

She added that the cultural differences might account for misunderstandings between her and Justin.

“You just have to understand me but I’m sorry baby next time I’ll construct my sentence better but not you saying “Wendy have the biggest mouth in the world,” she added.

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Back in June, her fans were troubled after Spice declared she was single despite having shared her relationship with Justin publicly.

While in the Hot Seat, Wendy Williams asked Sean Paul and Shaggy if they were single and then proceeded to Spice. However, before she asked the question, Spice quickly showed her left hand displaying no ring.

Wendy Williams had something to say about that which may be what irked Justin.

“And that’s best for you because you’re trying to grind it out and a lot of times men don’t understand, you know, a woman on the road,” Wendy said, to which Spice said in agreement- “They don’t.”

Spice first shared her relationship with Justin in December 2020. They are now featured as a couple on the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta show where they reportedly met on set with Justin formerly being a part of the film crew for the show. Spice joined the reality show in 2018.

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White House Debunks Nicki Minaj Visit, Says She Was Offered A Phone Call

The White House has debunked Nicki Minaj claim that she was invited for a discussion following a rough week.

The rapper has been spending her days defending her earlier controversial tweets about the Covid-19 virus, and on Wednesday, she said that she was “invited” to the White House to discuss the vaccines. However, a Wednesday night news report said that the White House did not offer Nicki Minaj, who is unvaccinated, a visit but rather a phone call to speak with medical experts about the safety of the vaccines and about the Covid-19 virus.

Several news media related that unnamed White House officials confirmed that a call was offered to the rapper talk about the “safety and effectiveness” of the Covid vaccine following several tweets with unsubstantiated claims about the virus that led to Twitter temporarily suspending her official account.

“As we have with others, we offered a call with Nicki Minaj and one of our doctors to answer questions she has about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine,” NBC News quoted one White House official as saying.

It started with Minaj explaining her she missed the 2021 Met Gala, where she said after she had tested positive for Covid herself last year, she couldn’t put her baby at risk, especially since she was unvaccinated.

“They want you to get vaccinated for the Met. if I get vaccinated it won’t for the Met. It’ll be once I feel I’ve done enough research. I’m working on that now. In the meantime my loves, be safe. Wear the mask with 2 strings that grips your head & face. Not that loose one,” she said in a tweet.

Nicki Minaj made several other tweets and later said that she was afraid of the vaccine and needed time to do research because she heard that her cousin’s friend in Trinidad took the vaccine “and became impotent.”

As twitter dragged her online, and people like the Prime Minister of Britain Boris Johnson and Dr. Anthony Fauci reacted to her remarks, Nicki doubled down on her position on Twitter. She tweeted that she was invited to the White House to talk about the vaccines.

“The White House has invited me & I think it’s a step in the right direction. Yes, I’m going. I’ll be dressed in all pink like Legally Blonde so they know I mean business. I’ll ask questions on behalf of the ppl who have been made fun of for simply being human. #BallGate day 3,” she tweeted.

The White House has invited me & I think it’s a step in the right direction. Yes, I’m going. I’ll be dressed in all pink like Legally Blonde so they know I mean business. I’ll ask questions on behalf of the ppl who have been made fun of for simply being human. #BallGate day 3 https://t.co/PSa3WcEjH3

— Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ) September 15, 2021

She noted that she was keen to go to the White House in another tweet response to a follower.

“I’m doing it, babe,” she said. “If you guys have questions you’d like me to ask, leave in the comments. You’ll see it in real time with full transparency.”

Nicki has not responded to the latest commentary from the White House.

Meanwhile, authorities in Trinidad and Tobago also reacted to the news, with the Minister of Health of that country denouncing the comments by Minaj, who was born in Trinidad but migrated to the U.S as a child.

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