Kid Cudi didn’t drop his new album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin, by the end of September as he promised. The Cleveland rapper did drop “Surfin’,” featuring Pharrell Williams, though.
Dr. Dre once reduced women to mere sex toys who lived to play their cards and manipulate men, when he so eloquently put on wax, “b*tches ain’t sh*t but hoes and tricks.”
Miami rapper Rick Ross’ new project, Mastermind, is the no. 1 album in the country. Rozay’s sixth album edged out the sophomore album of Pharrell Williams, G I R L, for the top spot.
Provided that “Happy” wins an Academy Award, Pharrell Williams might make (Black) history this weekend. On Sunday (March 2), Williams could become the sixth Black person to win a Best Original Song Oscar in the awards show’s 85-year history.