The Judas & The Black Messiah soundtrack arrived on Friday (February 12) packed to the gills with excessive profile functions from Nas, JAY-Z, the past due Nipsey Hussle, G Herbo and H.E.R., amongst many others. Produced absolutely with the aid of using Hit-Boy, the 22-song undertaking sheds mild on many socio-political issues — beyond and present — whilst highlighting the film’s protagonist Fred Hampton, performed with the aid of using Get Out actor Daniel Kaluuya.
Aside from the Hov and Neighborhood Nip collab “What It Feels Like,” Hip Hop fanatics have been eagerly awaiting “EPMD” from Nas, his first supplying on account that 2020’s Grammy Award-nominated King’s Disease album. As a part of his first verse, the Illmatic legend condemns the alleged snitching that is going down on diverse social media systems, inclusive of the contemporary app du jour Clubhouse.
“Feds holdin’ cameras up and that they zoomin’ in/Don’t be amazed while n-ggas display you they real intent,” he raps. “Ruthless, they’ll tie up your spouse and kid/While you talkin’ on Clubhouse, the weapons out/This ain’t a audio chat, boy, this audio crack/Social media systems they rattin’ on/Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon/Some say it’s Babylon, took the belongings over on account that Hampton gone.”
The Clubhouse app has grown an increasing number of famous amongst track enterprise experts and artists alike. But relying at the situation matter, matters can both live cool or get noticeably heated, as withinside the case of Royce Da 5’nine and The Source founder Dave Mays.
Last month, the 2 observed themselves withinside the identical Clubhouse room with Van Lathan, Page Kennedy, Just Blaze, Punch and King Los, amongst others. The subject matter of communication revolved across the alleged red meat among Snoop Dogg and Eminem, which took a incorrect flip after Mays delivered up Slim Shady’s controversial “Foolish Pride” song.
After a short back-and-forth, Nickle Nine in the end kicked Mays out of the room, saying, “Enough of Dave Mays. Fuck out of right here, muthafucka. Fuck he speaking to, I’ll positioned demise to your doorstep. I’m now no longer divided, I’m now no longer one with Dave Mays. Let’s get this shit straight. Ya’ll n-ggas in right here performing like this n-gga on the cookout.” But that’s simply the top of the iceberg. A VladTV interview became blamed for Casanova’s latest FBI indictment and police frequently use social media as a manner to seek out suspects. Whatever the case, Nas isn’t down with it.