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Tyrese Questions Yung Joc's Hair While Also Promoting His Forthcoming Album

"This album will change hip-hop."

Tyrese is perplexed.




Uncertain, if you will.

The Fast and the Furious actor can't comprehend how hip-hop has seemingly allowed Yung Joc to continuously get what some would deem flamboyant, feminine hairstyles. Yung Joc's choice of tresses has baffled the singer/actor so much that he took to Instagram to call out the 34-year-old Atlanta native and simultaneously promote his forthcoming album, Identity Theft.


"Who's responsible for n****a getting a pass for letting this sh*t go down in hip-hop?" Tyrese questioned. "How did the OGs in the game let this go?"

Tyrese then pivoted the rant to hip-hop's most respected rappers and vowed to uphold and honor the culture. His first course of action will be his studio album, Identity Theft.

"Here's my message to Ice Cube, Eazy-E, Busta Rhymes, Tupac, Snoop, BIG, Dr. Dre, RUN DMC, Lil Kim, I vow to honor the culture and [not] disrespect it on any level with what I'm about to do with this album Identity Theft. This new album is inspired by Jay Z."

While Tyrese has many fans and admirers, there were quite a few people who were annoyed with his Instagram post.

"Maybe somebody is hacking his page because he can't be serious," someone wrote. "He's losing fans and friends. Can someone give him the memo? Tank made TGT. Tyrese might be sniffing that "white girl" and that's why he's acting out, y'all."

Someone else said maybe it's time Tyrese focused on other things rather than an old picture of Young Joc.

"First of all, we already discussed this picture a year ago. You late," a commenter wrote. "Fall back and worry about that movie and The Rock."

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Solange's Performance Piece 'Witness!' To Premiere In September

Solange is the composer and director of a special performance piece titled "Witness!" The piece will be performed on September 17 at Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Germany.

"So excited to announce “Witness!” a special performance piece composed and directed by myself at the phenomenal @elbphilharmonie (photo’d here:)," she wrote on Instagram to accompany a photo of the event flyer, which features the picturesque venue. Tickets for the performance go on sale on May 31.

The Houston native is no stranger to elaborate stage productions and intricate, detail-driven performances. She's performed in places such as the Guggenheim and Marfa's Chinati Foundation, so we're sure "Witness!" will be one to remember.

Earlier this year, Solange dropped her performance slot at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, citing "major production delays" as the cause for cancellation. "She sends her sincerest apologies, and looks forward to performing at Coachella in the future," the official Coachella Twitter page read.

The performance coincides with the release of her latest studio-album, When I Get Home. Check out her announcement below.


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so excited to announce “Witness!” a special performance piece composed and directed by myself at the phenomenal @elbphilharmonie (photo’d here:) tickets on sale friday may 31 🖤!

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YG Releases '4REAL 4REAL' Album Featuring Meek Mill, Tyga, And More

After a brief delay, YG’s fourth studio album, 4REAL 4REAL is finally here. The 14-track project arrived on Friday (May 24) and features guest appearances by Meek Mill, Tyga, Kamaiyah, DaBaby, and more.

The album's release date was initially suspended in light of Nipsey Hussle's untimely death in March 2019. YG included a song, entitled "My Last Words (Nipsey Hussle Tribute)." The track includes audio from YG's speech at Nip's memorial service.

Just hours ahead of the album's release, YG announced that he would be giving a percentage of his album sales to Nip's two children. "I’m giving his kids a percentage of every song on the album,” YG said in a recent interview on Big Boy's Neighborhood. “By the time they get 18, from me, they’re gonna have a bag sitting there.”

Stream 4Real 4Real below.

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YG To Give Percentage Of Album Sales To Nipsey Hussle's Children

YG is gearing up for the release of his new studio album, 4REAL 4REAL. Ahead of the album's Friday release, YG stopped by Big Boy's Neighborhood on Wednesday (May 23), where he discussed his friendship with Nipsey Hussle. He also revealed his plans to donate a percentage of his album sales to Nip's two children.

YG revealed his thoughtful plan when he was asked about the epitaph that is included on the album's cover art.  "I put that 'In Loving Memory of Nip' on the album because I'm giving his kids a percentage of every song on the album. So by the time they hit 18, from me, they gonna have a bag," YG explained. He also noted that he is considering making donations to the family for the next six albums.

Nipsey and YG have been friends since 2010. "I think we did some music the same day," YG said of their first encounter. "After that, we just kept running across each other on some L.A. shit. From that, it just started to build... He ended up being like a big brother to me," YG says. "The brand shit was the thing we talked about all the time, building a brand that's gonna [outlast] you."

4REAL 4REAL was slated to drop earlier this year but was pushed back in light of Nipsey's untimely passing. It now drops this Friday (May 24).

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