"Want U" by Dripboi Wilson

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Teyana Taylor’s album K.T.S.E. may have dropped on Saturday (June 23), but it’s not the finished product. 

During an interview with Real 92.3’s “Big Boy in the Morning,” Teyana revealed that the completed version is due this weekend and will feature additional tracks and vocals. “Saturday, Sunday, you’ll hear the complete version of the album, which is the reason why it’s been a lot of mixed reviews because everybody’s like, ‘The album sounds incomplete,’” she said. “It’s because of those missing verses.” 

One song in particular, “We Got Love,” which Teyana calls “one of the biggest records on the album,” didn’t make the first version due to clearance issues. “The person who was on that had passed away,” she said. 

The album release was rushed to appease her fans who had been patiently waiting. “With [Kanye], he just really wanted me to be happy and he knew that the wait was killing me just as much as the fans, but I don’t think he all the way knew that,” she said. “Yeah, the wait is killing me, but I’m also willing to wait [for the complete album].” 

She also explained the meaning of her album title, Keep That Same Energy. “I’ve been in the industry for so long and I just remember when it was hard for me to even get a feature,” said Teyana. “There were very few people who really believed in me. Everybody always felt my swag, the way I dress, being mad cool and shit. But when it came to the music, I just felt like a lot of people was sleep. With this album, I wanted to have a lot of diversity. I felt like I didn’t have to ask anybody for anything.” 

She’s excited for fans to hear the proper version once it drops. “Once you hear the album next week, you’ll see what I’m talking about because it’s way more completed. It’s just crazy.”


After an extended wait, Teyana Taylor‘s much-anticipated sophomore album K.T.S.E. (Keep That Same Energy) is here. 

The follow-up to her 2014 debut VII includes an eclectic variety of sounds, from the soulful “Issues/Hold On” to the ballroom bop “WTP,” the 27-year-old Harlem songstress comes into her own. 

Executive produced by Kanye West, who also appears on “Hurry,” the 8-track set features contributions from Ty Dolla $ign (“3Way”), Rodney Jerkins (“3Way”), Mykki Blanco (“WTP”), BoogzDaBeast, and even Teyana’s daughter Junie (“Never Would Have Made It”). 

Teyana premiered K.T.S.E. during a livestreamed listening party on the Universal Studios lot in Hollywood on Thursday (June 22). Kanye, Migos, Lil’ Kim, Meek Mill, Monica, and Iman Shumpert were among those in attendance as Universal’s “New York” set was transformed into Taylor’s native Harlem, with NYPD cars and street signs pointing to 141 Street and Lenox Avenue. She also unveiled her own line of merch, designed by Cali Thornhill DeWitt, which is now available on her shop.


A week before releasing his anticipated new album Good Man, Ne-Yo shares another new song with “Summertime.” 

The track is an instant vibe with it’s cinematic production, which the crooner rides while reflecting on various conflicting thoughts over his life and a relationship. 

Speaking about the song, Ne-Yo shared with fans, “’Summertime’ is an absolute VIBE. The guitars create a feeling that says ‘just ride’,” he wrote on Instagram. “A perfect song for hot summer days with the top off or the windows down and this song ALL THE WAY UP. A mellow smooth soundtrack for you, a special somebody and your summertime.” 

“SUMMERTIME” follows the recently released “Apology,” the club single “Push Back,” and the title track, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard R&B chart.


Daniel Caesar & H.E.R. Perform For NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ 

Grammy-nominated singer Daniel Caesar was the latest artist to visit NPR headquarters, appearing on their popular Tiny Desk Concert series. The Toronto crooner was supported by his producer and music director Matthew Burnett, along with a team of vocalists. Together, they all delivered a live rendition of the song “Japanese Denim,” following that up with Caesar’s Freudian standouts “Get You” and “Best Part.” For the final song, Daniel Caesar was joined by special guest H.E.R. as they delivered a beautiful duet for those in attendance.

J Prince Speaks On Drake’s ‘Career Ending’ Response Track To Pusha T & Kanye West 

The full-fledged rap battle between Drake and Pusha T appears to be over. After exchange vicious lines and harsh words at each other in “Duppy Freestyle” and “The Story of Adidon,” fans of the heated beef were awaiting for a second response from Drake. Hip-Hop enthusiasts loving the competitive back-and-forth are now disappointed as its been revealed that the beef has ended. In an interview with Maryland’s DTLR Radio, Drake’s mentor and legendary Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince said he recently had a phone conversation with the 6 God and instructed the Canadian superstar to not respond and end the battle. 

“I made an OG call to Drake this morning telling him ‘I don’t want you to respond to this’,” said J Prince. The Houston entrepreneur, who has business ties with Drake, cites Pusha T’s attack of those closest to Drake in “The Story of Adidon,” calling it disrespectful as to why he demanded the verbal war to be over with. The news comes a few days after Kanye West, a main subject of Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” tweeted in his eyes the beef was dead.

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