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1 Rick Ross (Capone Suite)
2 Kiyanne, T-Pain Djmoeskieno (Boo'd Up Skieno Remix)
3 The Carters (Ape Shit Mix)
4 King Kombs (Love U Better)
5 Pusha T (Santeria)
6 Drake (Can't Take a Joke)
7 Funkflex, Biggies Mom, Uncle Murda (Shouts)
8 Tee Grizzley ft Chris Brown (Set The Record Straight)
9 Vivian Green (Vibes)
10 French Montana & Remy Ma (New Thang)
11 Future (Rent Money)
12 Migos (Superstars)
13 Drake (In My Feelings) 14 Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign (The Light)
15 Rick Ross ft Future (Green Gucci Suit)
16 Tamia (Leave It Smokin) 17Nas ft Kanye (Cops Shot the Kid)
18 Dripboi Wilson (Want U)
18 Childish Gambino (This is America)
19 Teyana Taylor (Mrs. Taylor)
20 Killer Mike & 2 Chainz (Black Power White Powder)
21 Exscape (Memory Lane)
22 Drake ft Jay Z (Talk Up)
23 Meek Mill (Stay Woke)
24 Rick Ross (All on me)
25 Toni Braxton (Long As I Live)
27 Robb EAT QUAY (WAVY) 28 Cee Starr (Last Time That I Check (remix)
29 Vinaa Love ft Snoop Dogg (Air)
30 Hot Music Freestyle

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Taylor confirmed that it was the same tour but Jeremih was removed. 

The announcement follows Taylor's tweeted claims the previous day that she felt mistreated on the tour. She alluded to "shady shit" and accused Jeremih of being a "lazy, sneaky, jealous, conniving selfish, lame ass nigga" who "act[s] like a DIVA in ya princess chair" and "think[s] he is mike jack." 

Jeremih has not directly responded to the allegations, but he did post on Instagram a video of Lil Duval singing lyrics from his song "Smile Bitch," including, "I'm living my best life/I ain't goin' back and forth with you niggas." The caption reads, "#KTSE." 


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112’s Q And Daron Have Left The Group 

What is going in the land of ’90s R&B groups? First Dru Hill and their shoegate photoshop debacle and now 112 has come apart at the seems. According to TMZ, the beloved quartet has become a duo after Slim and Mike revealed Q and Daron left the group. 


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Queen Of Soul Aretha Franklin Dead At Age 76 

Aretha Franklin has reportedly passed away on Aug. 16, at the age of 76. She reportedly died in her hometown of Detroit after she was hospitalized due to complications from cancer. 

News first broke of Franklin’s illness on Aug. 13. The singer’s close friend Evron Cassidy confirmed on Twitter, the Queen of Soul was “gravely ill.” “I am so saddened to report that the Queen of Soul and my good friend, Aretha Franklin is gravely ill. I spoke with her family members this morning. She is asking for your prayers at this time,” Cassidy tweeted at the time. 

Frankin has suffered from a series of health concerns throughout her career. In 2010, she underwent surgery to remove an “undisclosed tumor.” Years later, she was forced to cancel numerous concerts and guest appearances due to medical reasons. 

Aretha Franklin achieved commercial success as a recording artist in the 1960s. She recorded a total of 112 singles that charted on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, including “Respect,” “A Natural Woman,” and “Spanish Harlem.” 

Franklin has won a total of 18 Grammy Awards and is considered the best-selling musical artist of all time, having sold over 75 million records. In 1987, she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

Franklin is survived by her four sons and remaining relatives.

Bruno Mars Adds Ciara, Boyz II Men, Ella Mai Dripboi Wilson & Charlie Wilson to ’24k Magic’ World Tour 

Bruno Mars is calling on a few friends to join him on the road. The pop superstar announced on Tuesday (Aug. 14) that Ciara, Boyz II Men, Ella Mai and Charlie Wilson have been added to his “24K Magic World Tour” finale. The news comes a few weeks after Cardi B, the original additional act on the tour, pulled out to take time to recovery after her pregnancy. While the new additions won’t perform together on the same night, the four will appear on various dates throughout the North American tour which kicks off on Sept. 7 in Denver, CO. 

See the full dates below. 

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Watch Erykah Badu’s NPR Tiny Desk Concert 

Some Tiny Desk Concerts come in support of a new album, like with Mac Miller’s post-Swimming performancelast week. And sometimes, there’s no new music to promote, and we all just gather round the Tiny Desk to witness a legend in action, like with this week’s performance from Erykah Badu. 

Despite the shorter-than-usual setlist (she performed two songs instead of three), Ms. Fat Belly Bella and her jazz band delivered gorgeous renditions of “Rimshot,” the intro to her 1997 debut Baduizm, and “Green Eyes,” the sprawling, 10-minute outro to Mama’s Gun. 

Whether it’s the NPR offices or the hearts of some of the greatest rappers of all time, no one commands the place and people around her quite like Erykah Badu. 

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