Drake Brings Out Eminem In Detroit

Them vs Everybody

Drake and Future kept their ‘Summer Sixteen’ going last night in The D. During the show, Eminem reemerged and joined Drake for “Forever”. Afterward, Drizzy thanked Marshall and called him “the greatest rapper to ever touch the microphone”. What battle?

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PARTYNEXTDOOR Talks ‘Work,’ Kehlani, & Drake in Rare Interview

PARTYNEXTDOOR is opening up.

The OVO singer is notoriously media shy, but he recently sat down with Rolling Stone for a candid interview, in which he addresses his successful, but chaotic year — from writing Rihanna’s Drake-assisted smash “Work” to the Kehlani romance that involved her reported suicide attempt.

“This year wasn’t a party for me, as ironic as that is,” he explained. “The best and worst things happened at once.”

Read more of PARTY’s best and worst moments in highlights from the Q&A below.

On being unhappy: “It was a blue year for me. I thought, ‘Write a hit, you’ll be rich and happy.’ Meet one of the most beautiful girls in the world, one of the most talented, and I’ll be happy. All of that: I’m not happy.”

On Kehlani controversy: “I regret how it went down. Big time I regret how it went down. I look into people’s eyes, and I know they think I’m a bad guy. There’s a lot of details that people don’t know.”

On OVO Sound: “I could go to a label where they don’t know how to handle me and they don’t care. Or I’ll have a mentor who’s been through it, who knows exactly what I want to mean to my city and what I want to achieve. They know how to handle your emotions. I’ll have freedom and guidance.”

On “Wednesday Night Interlude”: “I was involved with that tape; Drake asked for that song. I said, ‘Are you gonna cut it?’ ‘No.’ He just put it on there. I don’t think people do that. I love the fact that he put it on there and people heard it. And I still, to this day, wish I kept that song for my album.”

On “Work”: “People think that’s a party song. It’s a breakup song. It’s blues. I went from braggadocious to blues.”

On “Work’s” success: “It doesn’t make me happy. I’m looking for joy. It’s a moment for Rihanna and Drake. I want to invest time in creating moments for myself.”

On P3: “Really pretty people like my music and social media likes really pretty people. This album is blues — it may push away the pretty people.”

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New Music: Chinx – ‘Match That’

Chinx lives on.

Ahead of his second posthumous album, Legends Never Die, a new single from the Queens-bred spitter, “Match That,” has been released.

“Match it up,” Chinx raps on the track. “Match that.” Plus, he offers this budgeting bit of knowledge: “Can’t afford two, you don’t need one.”

Chinx was killed in a drive-by shooting in May of last year. He was 31. In August, his first posthumous album Welcome to JFK was released, featuring appearances from French Montana, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, and Lil Durk.

Legends Never Die is due Sept. 16.

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Flashback: Kevin Hart on Dave Chappelle Being The Best Living Stand-up Comic

In 2013, DJ Vlad talked to Kevin Hart about various topics during their sit-down to promote his stand-up movie “Let Me Explain” in which, he addressed things he often divulges in his comedic routine. Recently, the Philly native married longtime girlfriend, Eniko Parrish, but before this matrimony, he was married for 11-years to ex-wife, Torrei Hart. In his standup, the funnyman revealed that he was unfaithful and opened up to DJ Vlad the way he broke the news of his indiscretions to Torrei. Further into the interview, Hart explains why he thinks Dave Chappelle is one of the greatest comics in the business and talks about keeping up his energy while sustaining a heavy workload.

Watch the clip above.

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New Music: K Camp – ‘LV’

K Camp turns into a Louis Vuitton Don on his latest banger, “LV.”

Produced by Bobby Kritical and DJ Plugg, King Slum raps and sings about his love for the luxurious name brand with some Auto-Tuned flavor.

“Walk into the Louis store,” he sings. “Seen that, spent that / Walk into your bitch crib, seen that, killed that.”

“LV” is just the latest Camp release, following last week’s “Heaven Sent” and last month’s “6PM on Lyric.”

Listen to “LV” below.

“LV” is a warm up for Camp’s Lyric Ave EP, a project scheduled to arrive next month. The six-track effort is set to include a guest spot from Rae Sremmurd’s Slim Jxmmi and production from Zaytoven, Bobby Kritical, and Musik Majors.

Camp spoke with Billboard about the forthcoming project yesterday. “I have always dreamed about being able to come to L.A. and bring my whole team with me, so when I felt like it was time to change locations and catch some new vibes, that’s what I did,” he said. “I recorded the whole EP in my house on Lyric Ave.”

Lyric Ave is out Sept. 2.

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Justin Bieber Deletes Instagram Account

Justin Bieber is ending his relationship with Instagram.

The pop superstar has deleted his account following criticism from fans and a public spat with ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez.

According to Rolling Stone, followers criticized Bieber after he posted photos of his rumored girlfriend, model Sofia Richie — Lionel Richie’s 17-year-old daughter.

Upset with the comments, JB fired back: “I’m gonna make my Instagram private if you guys don’t stop the hate. This is getting out of hand, if you guys are really fans you wouldn’t be so mean to people that I like.”

The drama continued with Bieber’s ex Selena Gomez jumping in the mix. “If you can’t handle the hate then stop posting pictures of your girlfriend lol,” she wrote in the comments. “it should be special between you two only. Don’t be mad at your fans. They love you. They were there for you before anyone.”

Bieber snapped back: “It’s funny to see people that used me for attention and still try to point the finger this way. Sad. All love.”

But Gomez would use some of his own words against him in response: “Funny how the ones that cheated multiple times, are pointing the finger at the ones that were forgiving and supportive, no wonder fans are mad. Sad. All love.”

That’s when Bieber offered one final jab, hinting at Zayn Malik’s potential involvement. “I cheated,” he wrote back. “oh I forgot about You and Zayn?”

For her part, Selena took to Snapchat to offer a statement. “What I said was selfish,” she wrote, “and pointless.”

Prior to deleting his account, Bieber had amassed 77 million followers on the platform.

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