Gucci Mane's resurgence back into the world of rap has made a significant dent already, as the Atlanta rapper has been releasing new music every week. The drops in music have been to gear up fans for the release of his latest album Everybody Looking. So far, tracks like "First Day Out Tha Feds," and "Guwop Home" featuring Young Thug has been released. Now, another track titled "P*ssy Print" on Gucci's new album has surfaced. The track features a very focused verse from Kanye West and is produced by Mike Will Made It. On the track, Gucci calls himself and Kanye self-centered, saying "Keep a towel with me, cause my watch be drippin' water, b*tch, And I only featured Kanye, cause we both some f*ckin narcissists."
On Thursday afternoon, Brooklyn rapper, Desiigner dropped the highly anticipated track, “Timmy Turner.” Weeks after making its first premiere on social media, after XXL posted a snippet of the track which went viral, G.O.O.D. music’s newest signee attempts to gain his second smash hit with the new Mike Dean produced record.
Kobe Bryant had entered the NBA before he was even a legal adult. The legendary guard was just 17-years old and entered the league straight out of high school. Earlier this year, he retired from the NBA at 37-years old. Naturally, there was a lot he learned during his 20-year career playing professional basketball. The Black Mamba penned a letter to his 17-year old self for The Player's Tribune, advising his younger self to invest in the future of family and friends, but to refrain from giving them material things like cars and money.
This past Monday, an unarmed black man in Miami, Florida was shot in the leg despite having his hands up and showing that he had no weapons. According to reports, police responded to a 911 call saying there was a man with a gun threatening to commit suicide. In actuality, behavioral therapist Charles Kinsey, the man who was shot, was trying to calm down an autistic patient who had ran away from the group home he worked at. Kinsey told reporters that the police might have mistaken the autistic man's toy for a gun.
Comedian, Leslie Jones made an honest attempt to counter social media's forces of ignorance on Monday [July 18], encouraging fans to drown out the hate after her Twitter feed was bombarded with droves of racist comments, photos, and videos. Despite efforts to be proactive in taking control over the situation, however, the Saturday Night Live cast member would eventually succumb to the dejection she exuded in the dozens of tweets and retweets she sent out in response.