Joyner Lucas Doesn’t Mince Words On Tory Lanez Response, “Litty Freestyle”

"Let's play."

Before Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas potentially end up making a track together — like the latter said on his latest diss track — Lucas decided to hit back at Lanez’s “Lucky You Freestyle” with “Litty Freestyle.”

Over Meek Mill’s “Litty” record which features Lanez, Joyner takes aim at the Toronto native’s physical appearance, the use of autotune, and tying up the loose ends that he believes Travis Scott and Drake should’ve handled when they had issues with the “Luv” rapper.

Only few real ni**as left, they ain’t many/ They compare me to Em, they compare you to Iggy/ They compare me to Meth, they compare you to Dizzy/ I’m Leonardo Da Vinci, I paint a picture with color/ I already got cake and I don’t need a butler/ We already got Drake and we don’t need another,” Lucas lyrically jabs.

The retort arrives a few days after Lucas commissioned Lanez to a lyrical battle when the latter claimed Lucas is not on the same level as him when it comes to constructing a song. From there, Lucas referred to Lanez as a comedian and presented the plan for them to trade words over a rap instrumental.

Lanez was up first with his “Lucky You Freestyle,” rapping: “Is he really that bad that I gotta hit him with a bigger gat?/ Matter fact, riddle me that/ I’m literally at the spot that he said he’d be at, but where is he at?? Like, really ni**a? Is you really telling’ me that?/ Like I ain’t prepared to hit him with a felony act?/ Like, what you thought, I would never react?/ Have a ni**a lookin’ like he tryna fight in Smash Bros/ When a ni**a put a whole shell in his back.”

The spat seems to weigh in great favor within the hip-hop community, namely Fabolous who believes Lanez and Lucas’ offerings are good for the genre.

READ MORE: Tory Lanez Discusses Upcoming “Talk To Me” Remix With Lil Wayne And Staying True To Self

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Beyonce Stars With Blue Ivy Carter In Gorgeous “Spirit” Music Video

With just a few days until The Lion King finally debuts in theaters, the timing is just right for Beyonce to release a new music video. Queen Bey unveiled the gorgeous video for “Spirit” from The Lion King: The Gift Tuesday (July 17) featuring an adorable cameo from Blue Ivy Carter.

The visual mimics a sunrise in the Serengeti and in true Bey fashion, the video includes beautiful dance sequences and flawless choreography, but also whimsical shots of animals scurrying about, along with scenes from the film.

In a rare interview, Beyonce described the Lion King album as “a love letter to Africa.”

“I wanted to make sure we found the best talent from Africa, and not just use some of the sounds and did my interpretation of it," she told Good Morning America. "I wanted it to be authentic to what is beautiful about the music in Africa.”

The Lion King: The Gift, which is executive produced and curated by the multi-Grammy winner, drops July 19, the same day as the film. The 14-track album features appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Pharrell, Tierra Whack and more.

“Spirit” made its video debut in collaboration with the ABC special The Lion King: Can You Feel The Love Tonight  airing Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST.

Watch the music video below.

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Rick Ross Announces ‘Port Of Miami 2’ Release Date

The wait is finally over. Rick Ross’ Port of Miami 2 album will be released on the 13-year anniversary of its predecessor, the Maybach Music head announced Tuesday (July 16).

The album's cover art features Ross holding a pendant with a photo of his close friend and manager, Black Bo, who passed away in 2018. In addition to the art work, Rozay debuted a minute-long album trailer where he appears to undergo a baptism.

"Port of Miami started me on this journey,” Ross wrote in June in an Instagram post announcing his 10th studio album. “It's only right I bring it back to where it all started. For my day ones to the new ones, this album is for you."

Earlier in the month, Ross released the singles “Big Tyme” featuring Swizz Beatz and “Act of Fool,” featuring Wale.

Watch the Port Of Miami 2 trailer below.

 

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Beyonce's 'Lion King' Soundtrack Features Blue Ivy, Jay-Z, Pharrell And More

Beyonce has unveiled the tracklist for her executive-produced compilation, The Lion King: The Gift, on Tuesday (July 16). Inspired by the film's live-action remake, the soundtrack features a range of artists that will bring their unique voices to the 14-track collection.

Fans will hear the sounds of Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Tierra Whack, Pharrell, 070 Shake, Jay-Z and more. To begin the project's rollout, Beyonce released its lead single, "Spirit," that paid homage to the original film's "Circle of Life" hit melody.

Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records will release The Lion King: The Gift on Friday (July 19). The "Halo" singer, who's starring as Nala opposite Donald Glover's Simba, disclosed the cover art on her website. The motion picture will debut in theaters on Thursday (July 18).

The Lion King: The Gift:

1. Beyoncé: “Bigger” 2. Beyoncé: “Find Your Way Back (Circle of Life)” 3. Tekno, Yemi Alade, Mr. Eazi: “Don’t Jealous Me” 4. Burna Boy: “Ja Ara E” 5. Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar: “The Nile” 6. Beyoncé, JAY-Z, Childish Gambino: “Mood 4 Eva” 7. Salatiel, Pharrell, Beyoncé: “Water” 8. Blue Ivy Carter, SAINt JHN, WizKid, Beyoncé: “Brown Skin Girl” 9. Tiwa Savage, Mr. Eazi: “Keys to the Kingdom” 10. Beyoncé: “Otherside” 11. Beyoncé, Shatta Wale: “Already” 12. Tierra Whack, Beyoncé, Busiswa,  Yemi Alade, Moonchild Sanelly: “My Power” 13. 070 Shake, Jessie Reyez: “Scar” 14. Beyoncé: “Spirit”

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