Following the release of “Carpoolin” earlier this month, Vallejo’s own SOB x RBE is back with another single today titled, “Anti Social.” The track serves as the group’s second single from their forthcoming debut album Gangin, set to arrive this Friday. In addition to the new track, SOB x RBE will also be on a run of tour dates with Post Malone and 21 Savage later this year alongside their 9 headlining shows on the West Coast.
A few days after fans celebrated the 15th anniversary of 50 Cent‘s 2003 album Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, British artist J Hus appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge to perform a cover of “21 Questions.”Joining Hus is a female vocalist who sings the hook in place of the late Nate Dogg. “21 Questions” was the third single off Get Rich Or Die Tryin’. Watch the performance above. The London upstart is nominated for British Breakthrough Act and British Album at this year’s BRIT Awards.
Quincy Jones sat down with Vulture for a candid and raw interview that is making its rounds across the internet. One of the more controversial things he said was that the late great Michael Jackson stole songs. Namely: “State of Independence,” “Billie Jean,” and “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough.”“I hate to get into this publicly,” he said, “but Michael stole a lot of stuff. He stole a lot of songs. [Donna Summer’s] ‘State of Independence’ and ‘Billie Jean.’ The notes don’t lie, man.
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Selecting a term
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