His goldendoodle Idnit isn’t the only one helping D.R.A.M. out on his debut album, Big Baby D.R.A.M.
Unveiled today, the tracklisting features assistance from Young Thug on “Misunderstood” and Erykah Badu on “WiFi.” Lil Yachty, of course, appears on the album’s biggest hit to date, “Broccoli.”
Elsewhere, D.R.A.M. handles things on his own on cuts like “Cash Machine,” “Cute,” and “Sweet VA Breeze.” Meanwhile, Idnit pops up once again on the back cover.
For now, supporters can catch D.R.A.M. on the road. He’s currently on his “Spread Love Tour,” which launched last month and comes to a close Oct. 29 in Dallas.
But fans won’t have to wait too long for Big Baby D.R.A.M. The album is due Oct. 21. See the full tracklisting below.
Big Baby D.R.A.M. Tracklisting
1. “Get It Myself”
2. “Misunderstood” feat. Young Thug
3. “In a Minute / In House”
4. “Monticello Ave”
5. “WiFi” feat. Erykah Badu
6. “Cash Machine”
7. “Broccoli” feat. Lil Yachty
9. “Outta Sight / Dark Lavender Interlude”
10. “Change My #”
13. “Sweet VA Breeze”
14. “Workaholic” (Bonus)
Chris Brown actually purchased a chain with letters that directly apply to his assault with a deadly weapon case.
The singer recently posted up a new chain on social media that says “This Bitch Lyin.” Its message seems to be directed at Baylee Curran who alleged that Brown pulled a gun on her when she was browsing at some jewelry in his California home. Brown and his lawyers both stated that the event was completely fabricated. Their point was further proven when the LAPD wasn’t able to recover the gun he allegedly used while searching his home. Brown’s council celebrated the victory last month.
“It has become apparent that the allegations are not just false but fabricated,” said Brown’s lawyer Mark Gerogos. The incident led to a standoff with SWAT, and he was arrested and released on bail a few days later. A text allegedly sent by Curran that alluded to her setting Brown up was leaked last month and further adds to the narrative that the attack was fabricated. However, she is standing by her story.
The rapper who is making waves under the name 22 Savage, after co-opting the look and style of artist 21 Savage, might have been recognized by fans of former Vine comedian Mighty Mike. That would have a lot to do with the fact that 22 Savage and Mighty Mike is the same person. In a recent interview with Say Cheese TV, MacArthur Johnson makes no bones about being a regular Joe from the streets, trying to find a come up. But an obstacle that stands before the Baton Rouge native may prevent him from making it too far. Johnson is currently fighting a case that his followers might recall having made headlines in earlier this year.
Johnson was charged with second-degree murder, illegal use of a weapon, and obstruction of justice in connection with the May 3 slaughter of Richard Phillips in Baker, Louisiana. Phillips had reportedly been handing out party fliers in the parking lot outside of a supermarket when he was confronted by Johnson and two accomplices. A dispute ensued, but Phillips was able to part without incident, before returning to readdress Johnson over the matter. That’s when Johnson let a gunshot off, hitting Phillips in the chest. Police were able to locate the vehicle Johnson was in, due in part to the damage the front passenger window had sustained. He would claim self-defense in the shooting, but faces an uphill battle, according to authorities, footage drawn from the scene appears to challenge his assertion.
During the Say Cheese TV interview, Johnson is asked about the incident, but he refuses to address it. He remains out on $370,000 bond.
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The journey AR-Ab took to sign to Cash Money was a long and treacherous one of many. Both he and Dark Lo faced some serious hurdles before AR’s deal with Birdman. In 2010, AR was fighting a gun and drug case simultaneously, and though he felt the gun case was going to put him behind bars, he was actually found guilty for the crack case and faced 3-6 years. Dark Lo says the team was crushed, but they maintained such a tight-knit circle that they held OBH down until his return. “You can’t imagine the state everybody was in. Later that night, I went to the studio, and I’m talking about that’s when I knew how much power I had.” AR explained, “Everybody was in there ready to cry. When I say everybody was ready to cry, we [are] talking about killers.”
For AR, the sentence came right after his mother and grandmother’s death, and he says he had to start his prison date the day after his brother was released after serving 9-years upstate. To make matters worse, AR says he was shot several times as well. “It was a crazy time, I just got shot, I got shot three times, then I got shot ten times five months after that, then five months after that my grandmom died, then a month after that my mom died.”
Further into the conversation, Dark Lo and AR-Ab talked about jail & gun culture being normal in Philadelphia, and why he left his strict, religious household for the street life at 15.
The streaker who ran onto the Soldier Field grounds wearing a gorilla suit, during Week-4’s Bears game in Chicago, has been identified as 31-year-old Angelo Graham of Maryville, Tennessee.
In a stunt that was widely considered to be racist, Graham impeded upon the Bears’ match-up against the Detroit Lions, when during the fourth quarter he took to the field with a t-shirt that read “All Lives Matter” on the front, and “Put Down the Guns” on the back. Fans and players watched with a mix of amusement, shock, and confusion as the fur-clad Graham darted halfway up the field and back before pounced by four security guards.
With Colin Kaepernick’s Black Lives Matter inspired protest movement having occupied the NFL over the course of the 2016 season, the incident revived question as to the controversial nature of the “All Lives Matter” slogan. Along with its timing, the location of Graham’s stunt being Chicago was also controversial, with “Put Down the Guns” striking a sore note as the city continues to deal with its devastating toll of homicides having surpassed the total of those recorded in New York City and Los Angeles combined.