Ariana Grande responds to claims she cheated on Mac Miller

If you come for Ariana Grande, she’s prepared to come right back at you. The “No Tears Left to Cry” singer clapped back on Instagram, and we’re here for it.

Grande, 25, got into feisty with a troll who commented on her Sweetener track list reveal, “Pete Davidson will be the song I skip all the time.” (In case you missed it, the singer named one of her songs after her current fiancé.)

“awwwww boo f***ing hoo. Alexa play Pete Davidson,” Grande wrote back, referring to the Amazon device.

Oh, but the hater wasn’t done yet!

“Ari cheated on maccccccc,” the Instagram user replied, alleging that Grande had cheated on former flame Mac Miller.

“I didn’t but go off,” Grande snapped back. “can you like…go stan someone else? Ur boring.”

Grande and Miller, 26, announced that they had ended their two-year relationship in May, just weeks before it was revealed that she had moved on with the Saturday Night Live comedian. Grande called her prior relationship “toxic” shortly after the rapper was arrested on DUI and hit-and-run charges. She alleged that he couldn’t “keep his s*** together.”

But Grande’s rapper ex-boyfriend is OK. “I’ve cared about her for a long time as a person,” he recently told Rolling Stone. “I am genuinely happy that that’s how she moved. That’s good for her. Go, go, keep going! As she should. I’m just being real. That’s good. Now I have space for me. And that’s great too.”

No word on when Grande and Davidson plan to walk down the aisle, but it wasn’t last weekend as fans suspected.

Travis Scott – Stop Tryna Be God(Official Video)

Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” Credits Include CyHi The Prynce, Nav & Stevie Wonder

New father Travis Scott dropped his highly anticipated new album Astroworld early Friday (August 3). Now the full album credits are available, showing the host of talented names who added their touch to the offering.

Even without the credits on hand, many names were already widely known, including Drake on “Sicko Mode,” Frank Ocean on “Carousel,” and Tame Impala, The Weeknd and Pharrell on “Skeletons.”

More surprising, though, were some of the writing credits.

CyHi The Prynce is credited with writing on four songs: “Stargazing,” “Sicko Mode,” “5% Tint,” and “Coffee Bean” — though it’s not immediately clear what he specifically wrote.

Nav joins Gunna in the writing credits for “Yosemite,” on which they both appear.

Cypress Hill – Band Of Gypsies (music video directed by DJ Muggs)

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Michael Barber’s Song Ladder Hits As Protest Song The US Needs

As protestors gather outside the White House for going on the third full week, rapper Michael Barber releases the 3rd digital single from his hard copy only album, AHAYWEH. The song titled Ladder is a protest song which had a debut in the top 10 of Folk songs on 3 separate charts this week.

Ladder starts off with a whistle and hard drums that setup the song with a feel of Bob Dylan meets modern hip hop. The opening lyrics play homage to Woody Guthrie lyrics from his most famous song ‘This Land is Our Land.’

(Let’s not forget Guthrie had a protest song about Trump’s dad way back when)

The song continues on with two short verses that are a funny yet sad take on the current state of America with lines like, “confederate loser flags flying out the doublewide,” but it is pulled together by a simple hook that you might hear start hearing at protests and rallies around the country.

A few reviews are in on the album and the song is going more praise including these write ups:

“Hands down the best song of the year, and one of the best of the decade.” Rolling Stone contributing writer Gunner Bush on the song Ladder by Michael Barber.

“It is the protest song America needs right now!” UMG A&R Ray Banks on Ladder

Ladder is a protest song, and this puts Barber into an interesting mix of political debate after the release of the first song from the album, Quiet War, back in May.

Quiet War, a song about the opioid epidemic, was released after it was revealed President Trump had sent a letter of endorsement to Barber about the song.

Now with the song Ladder, Barber is delivering a his own note back to the President.

“Ladder is a song I wrote the lyrics to at while at the woman’s march. I just felt there needed to be a better chant, or something about this current administration that could be recited. It grew from there, and the beat behind it wasn’t done until much later. It’s part folk, part hip hop, part rock, and it even has a live marching band element to it, but it is 100% a protest song.”

Barber is donating proceeds from each single to a different charity, and this song will have proceeds go to the Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, which is one of the only organizations in El Paso serving unaccompanied children. Barber said 80% of the donations will go to this charity, and another 20% will go to attorney Michael Avenatti for his help in working to bring as many families back to together as he can.

The song is available on Itunes and GooglePlay and Amazon to purchase as well as on all streaming services including Spotify.

The full album, AHAYWEH is only available currently as a hard copy and you can order one at




Freddie Gibbs Reveals “Bandana” With Madlib Is Finished But Might Be His Last Album

Freddie Gibbs and Madlib have wrapped up their sequel to the acclaimed Piñata LP. Gangsta Gibbs revealed the highly anticipated Bandana album has been completed in a new interview on TIDAL’s Rap Radar Podcast.

“I’m done with, you know, that Madlib album, so I just been sitting on that,” he told hosts Brian “B. Dot” Miller and Elliott Wilson before explaining why he’s holding on to it. “I mean I got money. I don’t gotta put it out yet. I’m straight, I’m good. I could put it out when it’s time to put it out, but that’s the beauty of this.”

Gibbs elaborated on his decision to drop the recently released Freddie album instead of Bandana, noting that the Madlib-produced LP might be his swan song.

“I just wasn’t ready yet,” he said. “I wanted to do something else first. I was like, ‘Man, I wanna do this first.’ I don’t wanna put that out yet ’cause I feel like, I don’t know, that might be my last project.”

TIDAL subscribers can listen to the entire interview with Gibbs here.

Daz Dillinger Has Cops Stop Him After Threatening Kanye

Daz Dillinger’s call for the Crips to beat down Kanye West got him stopped by cops Tuesday in Los Angeles … but he says he’s not backing down.

Tha Dogg Pound rapper was walking past a slew of police cruisers, and said officers wanted to ask him about “this Kanye West s**t.” Daz says, luckily he didn’t have anything on him, but he seems to think this is just the start of the hassling he’s gonna get from law enforcement.

In the video, he wonders out loud if Kris Jenner called the cops on him.

As we reported, Daz issued a green light Monday for all Crips to “f**k up Kanye” on sight.

Kanye told us during his Tuesday appearance on “TMZ Live” … he’s not worried about the threat.

ADIDAS and Kanye West Might Be Parting Ways

People want Kanye West off of Adidas for his recent comments.
Kanye West is the most recent celebrity to be boycotted for recent controversy. His recent comments on slavery sounding “like a choice” was met with outrage, to say the least. People can argue that he has the right to free speech and his opinion, however, he was pretty much stating false information on a major platform. Now, people are taking their boycott to a much more serious degree as they want Adidas to drop Kanye West and Yeezy entirely.

Kanye West’s Yeezy brand is one of the most successful clothing brands out right now but his personality is deterring people from even wanting to buy it. A new petition on Care2 is urging Adidas to drop Kanye West and Yeezy. ‘Ye’s Yeezy brand was initially done as a collaboration with Nike before he went to Adidas for a much more promising partnership.

“While Kanye can live safely in his multi-million dollar castle, the rest of black America is continually marginalized and subject to unjust laws and treatment. Some even die because this behavior is so ingrained in our society,” the petition says. “Kanye West has a right to free speech, and he has the right to spout lies and misinformation and misplaced opinions — but we as consumers have the right to fight back against this type of dangerous propaganda.”




Kanye is THE WORST …. I’m done

COBRA|Soul Food 🐍


Naaaaaaaaaah don’t run to me now…y’all gotta figure that out.

Holla at K. Dot or Cole

I’m on my journey of personal transcendence and playing video games ✌🏾 

Uncle Murda LG


Even tho Kanye bugging the fuck out I still rock with the Yeezy’s 😂😂😂 

OldMan Ebro


I wonder if @kanyewest has caught up with @chancetherapper @gherbo @lildurk on his hometown of Chicago??@kanyewest have you talked to @common ?

On a larger scale have you connected with @Akon in Africa?


Ja Rule


I’m one of the most influential rappers of all time…

OldMan Ebro


The reason @kanyewest is “lost”…

1 – Can’t out REAL Jay Z
2 – Can’t out TRUTH J.Cole
3 – Can’t out RAP Kendrick
4 – Can’t out HIT Drake

So ALL Kanye had left was this…

John Legend


The defining trait of Trump’s campaign and political profile was his embrace of white supremacy. He made it clear every time he spoke. Some serious cognitive dissonance to ignore that for the other x% you might find appealing. I guess I agree with >1% of anyone’s thoughts though

Statik Selektah


We’re in the twighlight zone… the shit I’m reading on my phone every day gets more bugged. 🤒



Trump said laziness is a trait in all blacks but hey we’ve all said things right? 



Some shit you stay away from and ignore .

Chuck D


Advice to @kanyewest if you’re gonna be On SocMed follow more than one person and at least read into their everyday lives even if you ain’t gonna be on a bus again