Check out the official music video for “The Story of O.J.” from JAY-Z off of his new album titled “4:44.” Let us know what you think of it in the comment section below. Pick the album up now on TIDAL: https://listen.tidal.com/album/75413011
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The JAY-Z and Kanye West drama continues with new reports emerging about the $20 million Hov referenced giving Yeezy on the much-talked-about track, “Kill Jay Z,” off the new 4:44 album.
On the track, Jay appeared to subliminally air out ‘Ye spitting, “You walkin’ around like you invincible/You dropped outta school, you lost your principles/I know people backstab you, I felt bad too/But this ‘fuck everybody’ attitude ain’t natural/But you ain’t a saint, this ain’t kumbaye/But you got hurt because you did cool by ‘Ye/You gave him 20 million without blinkin’/He gave you 20 minutes on stage, fuck was he thinkin’?”
According to sources close to TMZ, the eight-figure payout was a part of the Chicago rapper’s deal with Live Nation. It was an advance to cover Yeezy’s extravagant touring expenses for his Saint Pablo Tour. So it appears Jay didn’t exactly “give” Kanye $20 million but fronted him the lump sum.
Another part of the jab about Kanye apparently hit a sour note with his wife, Kim Kardashian. The line where Jay spits, “Fuck wrong with everybody?’ is what you sayin’/But if everybody’s crazy, you’re the one that’s insane.”
“She thinks it was a low blow to diss Kanye and throw around words like ‘insane’ after all he’s been through,” a source tells HollywoodLife. “Kanye had a real difficult time last year and is still coming out of it, so to hit him like that wasn‘t cool.”
West is still claiming he is owed $3 million from Tidal and has reportedly parted ways with the streaming service and is vowing to never sign an exclusive streaming deal again.
After teasing a new project yesterday (July 3), Meek Mill delivers with the new heat for the July Fourth holiday in the form of his latest tape, Meekend Music II.
The Philly rapper offers up four new tracks featuring guest spots from YFN Lucci, Barcelini and Eearz. Mike Will Made-It provides some of the instrumental turn up, as well as Street Runner, Dougie and Papamitrou.
It seems like Meek might be getting into a habit of dropping on special occasions. The Dreamchasers boss released the inaugural Meekend Music tape on his birthday, May 6. The short offering contained three songs and featured A$AP Ferg on the song “Lay” and Young Thug on the track “Backboard.”
In related news, Meek recently announced his new album, Wins & Losses, is complete. During an interview with Los Angeles radio station, Real 92.3, he revealed, “Yeah, I got an album coming. I haven’t released the date yet, but it’s called Wins & Losses. You know if it’s called Wins & Losses, we got a lot to talk about. Yea, it’s done. I turn it in tomorrow. Like, it’s final deadline or it’s no album from Meek Mill. It’s turned in, it’s done. All we doing is mixing and mastering it. It sound spectacular.”
While you wait for the new LP, stream Meekend Music II below.
Meek Mill’s Meekend Music II Tracklist
1. “Save Me” (prod. by Dougie)
2. “Young Nigga Dreams” Feat. YFN Lucci and Barcelini (prod. by Papamitrou)
3. “Organized Chaos” Feat. Eearz (prod. by Mike Will Made-It)
4. “Bag Talk” (prod. by Street Runner)