Isaiah Rashad “200/Warning”

Not on the album.

TDE’s Isaiah Rashad shares a two for one of loosies in the form of “200/Warning”.

Over a choppy and hypnotic beat, Isaiah brings his southern slang in a distilled voice for “200”. Segueing into a jazzy production by Kenny Beats, the Memphis rapper flexes his lyrical muscle with “Warning”.

“200/Warning” follows Isaiah Rashad’s previous release “Lay Wit Ya” featuring Duke Deuce off his upcoming album, The House Is Burning.

Source: Rap radar

Nicki Minaj Shows Support for Coi Leray After Viral Video

Nicki Minaj is sharing her support for Coi Leray after a now viral video.

The clip shows the crowd at Houston’s Toyota Center blankly looking on while the “No More Parties” rapper performs during H-Town Memorial Day Mayhem on Saturday. After the video gained traction on social media, Coi faced criticism.

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Taking to Twitter, she responded to her haters with an emotional message. “The love use to outweigh the hate but now the hate outweigh the love and it’s slowing destroying me,” she wrote. “Feel like y’all tryna kill me. That’s why I stay out the way gotta make sure I keep my distance.”

But despite her detractors, she received support from fans and famous friends including Nicki Minaj, who shared some encouraging words for the 24-year-old rapper.

“Don’t do that. Chin up. Always remember this, when black ppl not fkn w|you #TheyWillBoo,” wrote Nicki. “Those ppl were on their feet. That means they may not have known the song, but they were interested in getting to know more— so they were observing u. Charge it to the game & move on.”

Nicki’s response was just what Coi needed to lift her up. “Thank you so much for this,” she responded. “This means everything and more to me. Wow. I’m speechless. You just gave me so much more hope. Thank you again.”

Added Coi, “My weekend went from wtf to the best weekend ever . Thank you Nicki.”

Asian Doll, Rubi Rose, and Polo G were also among those who voiced their support for Coi. “That’s always how it b when u 1st come in Compared to when u really blow u gotta block that shit out & keep goin crazy u got it,” said the “RAPSTAR” hitmaker.


Swizz Beatz Debuts Unreleased J. Cole Verse on DMX’s ‘Bath Salts’

Swizz Beatz and Timbaland went head-to-head in their highly-anticipated Verzuz rematch on Sunday night.

After going back with their biggest hits—from Aaliyah to Lil Wayne to Missy Elliott—during the livestreamed event from LIV Miami, Swizz surprised the crowd with an unreleased verse from J. Cole that did not appear on DMX’s album Exodus.

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“This rap shit got you really believing you that ni**a you rappin’ like / F**k ni**as hanging with tough ni**as for bragging rights,” raps the Dreamville boss. “I don’t know if that’s cool with y’all / If so, then cool, I move along / A Ville ni**a, I grew up with dos and don’ts / And that type lose their life like you might lose your phone.”

JAY-Z and Nas can both be heard alongside DMX on the album version of “Bath Salts.” It’s unclear if and when the full Cole version will be released, but it could appear on a re-release of Exodus, which dropped Friday.

Swizz has teased a second part of X’s posthumous 13-track project. “We have the material,” he said. “This project definitely needs a part two.”

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Video: Rod Wave “Forever Set In Stone”

All set.

Hot off his appearance on Culture Jam’s “Everything Different” with NBA YoungBoy, Rod Wave releases his new single and its matching visual.

Shot by Eye 4 Production, Rod Wave takes to Miami and enjoys the fruits of labor. He hits the studio, performs at live venues, interacts with fans, and counts his ends at his South Beach home.

“Forever Set In Stone” is Rod Wave’s first single since April’s album SoulFly, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts.

Source: Rap radar

Verzuz: Swizz Beatz vs Timbaland Rematch


Swizz Beatz and Timbaland take it back to where it all started for this Memorial Day weekend special of their Verzuz.

On Sunday (May 30), the co-founders and super-producers went head-to-head in front of a live audience at Miami’s LIV nightclub with DaBaby, Nas, Rick Ross, Fabolous, Busta Rhymes, and more in the building.

Opened with a virtual salute from Missy Elliott, Swizzy and Timbo shuffled back through their extensive catalog including their solo records, superior production, star-studded collaborations, classic features, and many more including a new version of “Bath Salt” featuring J.Cole. The rematch was dedicated to the late DMX and Aaliyah.

Last March, the pair launched Verzuz at the start of the pandemic with their very own Swizz Beats vs. Timbaland. Since then, it has spawned countless battles and was recently acquired by Triller Network. Back in 2018, the hitmakers brought their first ever battle on the main stage of Hot 97’s Summer Jam.

Swizz Beatz vs. Timbaland follows Verzuz’ previous SWV vs. Xscape on Mother’s Day and arrives ahead of the recently announced Soulja Boy vs. Bow Wow.

Source: Rap radar