Nicki Minaj Debuts Barbie/Pinkprint Chain

Barbie is flexing.

After linking up with Future on “You Da Baddest,” Nicki Minaj unveils her latest piece of jewelry. This weekend, the “No Frauds” rapper showed off her new pendant’s optical illusion, which includes the “Barbie” and “Pinkprint” logos in one.

“Last night in the club, one of the rappers thought his eyes were playing tricks on’em,” she wrote. “I said nah ni**a u seeing right. Barbie(r) + ThePinkprint logo all in one piece. Man I’ma start shootin action movies in honor of me always stuntin on u ni**az.”

Nicki went on to stunt on rappers by quoting her lyrics from “No Flex Zone.” “shout out to my bad btchs who keepin these ni**az on they toes like ballerinas,” she wrote. “‍♀️I like bad btchs cuz they like bad btchs too. I like hood ni**az wit a bad attitude. – haha ok bye y’all I’m mad aggy leave me alone & let me be and y’all eBay all my chains. I dare y’all to figure this one out! if I see this shit being sold on eBay for 39.99 I’m deleting all my socials.”

It’s been a busy weekend for Minaj. Aside from stuntin’, the Generous Queen unveiled the “You Da Baddest” video, participated in a soccer tournament with her Young Money family, and celebrated “Do You Mind’s” platinum status with DJ Khaled’s son, Asahd.


Swae Lee Walks Out Adrien Broner

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Yesterday at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn NY, Adrien Broner fought Mikey Garcia on the Showtime network. Adrien brought out Rae Sremmurd, and Swae Lee performed during his ring entrance. Broner was outpointed by Mikey Garcia and took the third loss of his career. With a unanimous decision score of 117-111, 116-112, & 116-112 Mikey retains his title belts. Check out the performance below.

Same night. Same fight. #BronerGarcia

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Dave! #BronerGarcia

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A$AP Ferg Reveals ‘Still Striving’ Mixtape Release Date

A$AP Ferg is Still Striving. The A$AP Mob MC is readying his mixtape for release next month.

On Friday (July 28), the Trap Lord took to social media to announce an Aug. 18 release date for the project, which drops the same day as the indie rap movie Patti Cake$.

“Last night @kirkknight had a private screening for “Patticake$” a new movie he’s in !!” he said. “Lil bro getting is acting on proud of you. Movie drops same day as my mixtapes #stillstriving August 18th.”

This year, Ferg has dropped “Tango” and “East Coast” with Remy Ma and Dave East. He’s also collaborated with Tory Lanez, Lil Yachty, Lost Kings, Ally Brooke, and many more.

Ferg, who teamed up with A$AP Rocky on A$AP Mob’s “Wrong” earlier this year, is also working on the group’s forthcoming Cozy Tapes, Vol. 2. Up next, he will join the Mob’s “Too Cozy Tour” for select dates starting Sept. 23.

Still Striving follows last year’s Always Strive and Prosper and 2013’s Trap Lord.


Video: Hustle Gang feat. T.I., Young Dro, & GFMBRYYCE – ‘Do No Wrong’

Hustle Gang can “Do No Wrong” with their latest video, a T.I.-led collaboration with Young Dro and GFMBRYYCE.

Directed by Sean Kelly, the visual is a pool party extravaganza, that also tells a story. It starts with BRYYCE, who innocently bumps into liquor store thieves. When both drop identical bags, confusion lands a duffel in GFMBRYYCE’s hands.

After evading the police, BRYYCE finds himself at a pool party, where Young Dro is surrounded by fun-loving models in bikinis. While Trae Tha Truth looks on, Dro kicks beachballs around at sunset.

T.I. pops up at the end with a bevy of beauties around him. Loving life, Tip is also a boss and when he is presented with a duffel bag full of clothes instead of money, the King of the South is displeased. Soon, BRYYCE realizes he has the cash and walks away with a lady under each arm.

“Do No Wrong” is the lead single off the forthcoming Hustle Gang compilation, We Want Smoke, which is due Sept. 15.


New Music: DJ Clue feat. Future & Tru Life – ‘Last Night’

Clue-minati returns. Tapping Future and Tru Life, DJ Clue unleashes “Last Night,” a trap-inspired banger produced by Myles William.

Following Hndrxx’s infectious hook, Tru Life kicks off the first verse. He references Rick Ross’ “Trap Trap Trap,” before calling back to Pluto’s Metro Boomin drop. “If you a real hustler, I’ll recruit ya,” he raps. “But if Future don’t trust ya, I’ma shoot ya.”

Singing about bodies being caught, Hndrxx continues with an Auto-Tuned verse. “Hundred shots, let ’em loose,” he raps. “Call the goons, let ’em loose / Get the tool, let it loose / Let it loose, let it loose.”

DJ Clue has had a storied career. In 1998, the legendary New York DJ released his debut album, The Professional, which featured Diddy, DMX, Cam’ron, Big Pun, N.O.R.E., and Canibus.

That tradition continued with 2001’s The Professional 2 and 2006’s The Professional 3, star-studded efforts that featured Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, and Method Man. The latter project was Clue’s last full-length album.

Listen to “Last Night” below.