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Rico Love Looks For Some X-Rated Fun On 'Strip Club Pt. 2'

Rico Love remembers being seduced by strippers. 

Rico Love is gearing up for the release of his debut album, Turn The Lights On. and is teasing new music from the LP.

The Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer just dropped off the sensual "Strip Club Pt.2" to reel in potential buyers of his upcoming project. Over the slow-grinding tune, Love reminisces on the late nights, early mornings and dollar bills that he's spent on alluring pole dancers.

See also:Premiere: Rico Love Releases New Visuals For Ex-Boo Anthem, ‘Somebody Else’

Peep the track below.

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Video Premiere: Kay Anthony Links With Dot Demo On New Single "Bless Me"

It's a meeting of the dope guys. I say that with all realness as I've been a witness of seeing these two incredible MCs come up and claim their spots these last few years. They are done the solo push through the murky waters of being independent artists, learning the ups and downs of the music industry. After collecting their bumps and bruises, Kay Anthony of Brooklyn and Dot Demo of the Bronx are finally in their full swing of producing songs that showcase their matured sounds and amazing visuals.

Linking on Anthony's newest single, "Bless Me," the fellas flow and find pockets of greatness that will surely be a marker of times to come. The music has a deep pulse feel and is a smoker's delight, with it's wavy bassline and cool out hook: "Asking for the universe to bless..." The visuals, shot by Chapter.02, are smooth and "we outside-ish."

Dot Demo and Kay Anthony are the unexpected duo that you didn't know you needed. Check their latest full projects of music below.

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Cardi B Returns With “WAP” Video Feat. Megan Thee Stallion

After a nine-month music hiatus, Cardi B delivered a new single. The Bronx rapper unveiled the music video for, “WAP,” featuring Meghan Thee Stallion on Friday (Aug. 7).

Ahead of the single's release, Cardi and Meg hopped on YouTube for a live stream session with fans. The colorful music video features guest appearances from Normani, Rosalia and more.

On Tuesday (Aug. 4), Cardi posted an emotional video on Instagram thanking everyone for the positive feedback on the “WAP” announcement and album artwork. The single is also being sold on vinyl and cassette tape.

“Thank ya’ll so much for all the love I received,” Cardi said. “Ya’ll don’t even know how ya’ll had me feeling. I haven’t dropped a song in nine months so I feel like I’m staring all over again. The feeling that I had yesterday, ya’ll really had me tears. From my fans to people that [are] probably not really my fans, they were showing so much love and support for this new song.

“I just wanna say thank ya’ll so much. Ya’ll don’t even know how ya’ll had me feeling,” she continued. “Ya’ll had me f*cking crying.”

 

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Single droppin this Friday! WAP feat. @theestallion #Wap

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New VINYL OUT NOW ON MY WEBSITE !!! Go Go now ! Link in bio

A post shared by Cardi B (@iamcardib) on Aug 6, 2020 at 9:07am PDT

The track marks Megan's latest major collaboration after Beyonce joined her on “Savage” remix, which landed the Houston rapper her first No. 1 single. “Wap” could end up being the second chart-topper for both Cardi and Meg.

Watch the music video below.

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Premiere: J.I The Prince Of N.Y Tells His Story In New Spotify x RADAR Mini-Documentary

All eyes are on J.I The Prince of N.Y. Hailing from the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn, the fresh, up and coming artist is taking the music industry by storm. You may recognize his melodic rapping on "Spanglish" with Myke Towers or his infections rhymes on his debut single, "Need Me." Maybe it was his undeniable confidence as a contestant on the second season of Jermaine Dupri's Rap Game competition. Either way, one thing's for sure: the emerging artist has his sight set on having a promising future in the ever-evolving and cash-reeling genre of hip-hop. After experiencing a low moment in his career, the 18-year-old decided to take a hiatus from the music industry to regroup and readjust is goals and vision. "I was very impatient at the beginning of my career," he shares with VIBE. "I had to go through certain things to humble myself and learn more about myself, and I am still learning." Since his decision to dust himself off and reemerge as the solo artist he has always dreamed of becoming, J.I has released 12 music videos, 2 EPs (including his latest effort Welcome To G Starr Vol. 1), and 2 mixtapes in a span of over 2 years. “Need Me” has climbed past the 89 million stream mark while his other singles “Love Scars” and “Proud of Me” have tallied over 300 million streams on Spotify. Now, the Puerto Rican artist has more reason to celebrate his accomplishments. Spotify has tapped J.I as the next U.S. artist featured in the streaming platform and RADAR's global emerging artist program. This go-round, he's featured in a new mini-documentary series where he shares his story in his own words. "I am grateful for the Spotify opportunity as they have presented my first billboard in Times Square, being on different playlists and my own documentary to share my story. This is a dream come true." Despite the restrictions of today's global pandemic, J.I and Spotify were able to successfully film the mini-film, a new experience for the artist. "It was my first time and a bit different, but we made it with a lot of love," he adds about shooting his documentary. "I had an amazing time and I am very grateful for the opportunity." He adds: "I am blessed for their support as I am continuing to work on my craft and I look forward to the ongoing growth that I am developing." In the nearly 6-minute documentary, J.I walks fans and viewers through his neighborhood while sharing the ups and downs of his ambitious journey to stardom. Fans get to watch one of his monumental, career moments: performing in front of a sold-out crowd at NYC's SOBs.  "I miss being around my fans and interacting with them on stage. I can't wait to get back because I know the energy is going to be at its highest." He adds, "Every time I go back to where I grew up it keeps me grounded and I stay true to being from New York anywhere I go." Watch the documentary, Spotify x RADAR Presents: J.I the Prince of N.Y, above. His new EP, Welcome To G Starr Vol. 1, is now streamable on Spotify.
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