At the end of 2015, the chances of Young Thug and Future ever getting back in the studio seemed slim, but one year later, it seems very possible the two might be getting ready to release a joint project. After making their reunion official back in September, there have been rumblings of new music between the two, with a few snippets making their way online in recent months. Now, as Complex points out, KanyeToThe has put together a solid argument that the music Thugger and Future have been making will make its way on an equal-billing tape.
The first clue is a cryptic tweet from Young Thug, which was later retweeted by Future
It looks like Chris Brown is still feeling some type of way for his ex-girlfriend Karreuche Tran, or her goods anyway. On Monday, The Shaderoom caught Breezy in the comment section of Karreuche’s latest Instagram post from Monday afternoon, writing “Still Want it” with two eyeball emojis following.
The comment was made on a picture that saw Karrueche sitting upright in her bed, wearing only a t-shirt & no pants, with her red underwear showing just enough to tease every man’s imagination, and obviously Chris’ thirst.
Peep a screenshot of the IG post (below) and let us know what you think. Can you blame Chris for still shooting hit shot?
In case you need an excuse to stare at Kylie Jenner's body for a couple minutes, the young socialite released a short film a couple days ago as a holiday present to her fans. The steamy piece features Kylie getting soaked in the shower, joined by an excited Tyga. Kylie advertised the short film on her Instagram page. Check out her IG post below.
Buzzing New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie received a pretty big endorsement this summer when he was selected to open for Drake at MSG. In an interview with Rap-Up A Boogie detailed the phone call he received from the rap star, as well as promising some new music from the two.
"I was driving one day and he hit me up like, 'Yo what's up, it's Drake,' A few days later I Facetimed him to make sure it was really him and all that," he recalled. "After a while we were texting, talking about music, and he was telling me he liked all my songs. We met up in a few more days in MSG. He hit me up the day before MSG like, 'What's up, you trying to perform?' So of course I say yeah. I wasn't really all the way prepared because I had 8-hour notice.
It seems like the two kept in touch following the performance, as A Boogie revealed that he and Drake will release a collaboration in the near future. "Yeah, you'll see a collaboration if not the end of this year, next year for sure," he said, though shared no details on the record. Could it land on Drizzy's impending More Life project, set for an early 2017 release?
A Boogie is also planning to release a mixtape with Zaytoven in the new year titled Artoven (his real name is Artist). The project will feature Young Scooter and Lil Bibby.
Older NBA players might have better things to look forward to than playing overseas or reaching for a microphone on TV when they retire. N.W.A. rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube is launching a three-on-three basketball league for retired NBA players. Called the BIG3 league, it will feature eight teams of five players -- two will sub.
Ice Cube is in charge of its planning, development and execution.
“I thought of this concept as a fan who got sick of seeing his heroes retire and not play anymore,” Ice Cube told The vertical “A lot of these guys can still play once they retire – just not the back-to-backs or four games in five nights."
Roger Mason, Jr., who played 10 years in the NBA, resigned as Deputy Executive Director of the NBA Players Association to serve as the BIG3's first president and commissioner. Hall-of-fame Seattle Supersonics and Miami Heat guard Gary Payton will serve as head coach to one of the teams.