The singer made her debut in July with her single “Better Life,” an anthem for those who are determined to overcome obstacles to reach their goals. Earlier this month, “Go Ooh” was released on Tylian Francois’ Lunchbox Records label, which also features fellow Floridian Bobby Fishscale, who sees the duo flex for their detractors on the track:
$o$o and Fishscale turn up in front of the camera during their studio session to accompany “Go Ooh”. In addition to the head honcho LunchMoney Lewis, it’s only appropriate that he also makes a cameo appearance in this short clip.
The following are the details from $o$o’s press release concerning the collaboration :
Her upcoming album $o$o World, as LunchMoney Lewis recently revealed on social media, will include 12 tracks, including Fishscale’s assistance on a track titled “Gangsta Love.” She also enlisted Savannah Cristina to assist on another track. $o$o World should be here sooner rather than later.
The Chicago Kid, a six-time GRAMMY nominee, has announced today (October 20) that his weekly series “BJ Wednesdays” will return, along with his new single, “Smooth”. Following the release of BJ’s last EP 4AM, the new track is the first of the weekly “BJ Wednesdays” series. This new album from BJ Mozee, with Charlie Bereal and JMo Mozee on production, brings back the original R&B formula that made him famous, putting together an album that will make you want to find a special someone to dance with:
It has been almost two months since BJ The Chicago Kid first announced he would launch his weekly “BJ Wednesday” program and he has kept his promise by dropping new music every Tuesday for his fans to enjoy during the middle of the week. At the end of August, he released a full-length EP that he titled 4AM and combined all the tracks into a well-rounded collection. The project has quickly become a fan favorite, featuring tracks such as Eric Bellinger “Type Of Day,” “Fancy”, and Lucky Daye “Make You Feel Good” . He recently published a new song entitled “Double Up,” honoring the late Nipsey Hussle.
Expensive Pain, Meek Mill fifth studio LP, dropped earlier this month, which featured 18 tracks with contributions from A$AP Ferg, Vory, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Durk, Giggs, Young Thug, Brent Faiyaz and Kehlani. With 95,000 album equivalent units sold, Expensive Pain debuted at number three on the Billboard 200.
Following the release of videos for “Intro (Hate On Me),” “Sharing Locations,” “Flamerz Flow,” “On My Soul,” “Blue Notes 2,” and the title track premiered the video for “Northside Southside” starring Giggs today (Oct. 19). In the clip, Meek Mill pops up in a lot in South London and drives his Rolls Royce while delivering his bars with his signature cadence:
“Good Morning Football” host Kay Adams talked further about Expensive Pain during the interview with Meek Mill. Having to be away from your family while working seven days a week is a hassle, but if you want to be at home with your kid it can be more of a hassle. The “Northside Southside” co-star Giggs is currently working on various singles, including “Waiting On Me” with Swizz Beatz and “Crud” by Ghetts.
Earlier today (Oct. 29), Maxo Kream released his third studio album WEIGHT OF THE WORLD. It consists of 16 tracks and features The Creator, Tyler, Monaleo, Freddie Gibbs, Don Toliver, and A$AP Rocky. He launched the project with the singles “BIG PERSONA,” “GREENER KNOTS,” and “LOCAL JOKER” He continues the momentum with the visual for the project’s opener “CRIPSTIAN” (Oct. 19). The opening sequence shows a man being rushed into an ambulance then driving through peaceful countryside in an attempt to demonstrate the dichotomy between the two lifestyles. Kream rides Teej’s beat and Dominic Maker :
WEIGHT OF THE WORLD is Maxo’s follow-up to Brandon Banks, a critically acclaimed sophomore album released in 2019. Brandon Banks included contributions from KCG Josh, A$AP Ferg, Megan Thee Stallion, Travis Scott, and ScHoolboy Q. The artist’s debut, Punken, was released a year earlier.
Maxo Kream, who released a new album today, shared some important words about mental health in an interview. There’s no race here, it’s a marathon.” Take my time. Everything moves when it moves. During the pandemic, there were many people dropping, but it was not my time. It took me quite a while to get the structure right, but we also noticed how therapeutic my music is. In light of Mental Health Day, this effort is very important, as it often gets overlooked, especially among Black men.”
We caught our first glimpse of this year’s Dallas Cowboys squad in last night’s first episode of Hard Knocks. As expected, Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott were front and center and we saw their genuine friendship. We also got to see Dak’s return to the practice field and his reaction to receiving fewer reps. Plus, plenty of behind-the-scenes of Jerry Jones, Mike McCarthy and reactions to rookie Micah Parsons. Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe give their biggest takeaways from the debut.