New Music: Wiz Khalifa feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR – ‘Rain’

Wiz Khalifa makes it “Rain” on his new collaboration with PARTYNEXTDOOR.

The Taylor Gang leader and OVO crooner team up on the Cardo and Slegren-produced track off Wiz’ new album Rolling Papers 2. Over a horn-heavy beat, Young Khalifa impresses his girl with his cash flow, while PND prepares for stormy weather: “I make it rain like a hurricane,” he sings on the hook.

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“Rain” previously leaked in Sept. 2017. At the time, Slegren addressed the similarities with “All the Way Up,” saying that he and Cardo produced “Rain” prior to Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s Plata o Plomo hit.

In addition to PARTYNEXTDOOR, the 25-track Rolling Papers 2 also features Snoop Dogg, Gucci Mane, Swae Lee, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Lil Skies, Ty Dolla $ign, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

Source: www.rap-up.com

6ix9ine to Be Released From Jail on Bail

6ix9ine is getting out of jail early.

The rapper is set to be released from Rikers Island as soon as today after being granted bail by a Manhattan judge, reports TMZ. Once his $150,000 bail is processed, he will be released, but he must surrender Monday in Harris County, Tex. to pay $5,000 bail there.

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Tekashi was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Wednesday (July 11) on an outstanding warrant from Harris County, where he allegedly choked a 16-year-old at Houston’s Galleria Mall in January.

Justice Ann Scherzer had denied two previous bail requests, claiming he was a flight risk. Tekashi’s lawyers were able to get Texas prosecutors to agree to a bail amount before a judge granted him bail during an emergency hearing in NYC.

The 22-year-old rapper is reportedly being held in isolation at Rikers’ Contagious Disease Unit, which is also used to house high-profile inmates who can’t be in the general population for safety reasons.

He was originally supposed to remain in jail until July 20, when Texas officials planned to extradite him.

Source: www.rap-up.com