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Erykah Badu Mixtape Out Now, Features André 3000

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Erykah Badu Mixtape Out Now, Features André 3000

Erykah Badu‘s new mixtape, But You Caint Use My Phone, is out now on Apple Music. The follow-up to 2010’s New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh features a guest appearance from André 3000 on “Hello”. The mixtape doesn’t appear on Badu’s artist page, but you can hear it by searching “But You Caint Use My Phone” in Apple Music or iTunes.

The title of the mixtape is a reference to Badu’s 1997 track “Tyrone”. According to a press release, “each song makes reference to telephones and our own reliance on staying inter-connected.” Badu recorded the project with producer Zach Witness in Dallas.

At the beginning of October, Badu dropped “HOTLINE BLING BUT U CAINT USE MY PHONE MIX”, a remix of Drake‘s “Hotline Bling”. It appears on But You Caint Use My Phone under its new title, “Cel U Lar Device”. The mixtape also features the previously-shared “Phone Down”.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story stated that the mixtape featured an appearance by Drake on the song “U Use to Call Me”. Badu’s team has confirmed that it’s actually rapper ItsRoutine on the track. He’s also on “What’s Yo Phone Number”.

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Laajuvie – “No Cuffin” (Official Video)

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Miami-via-New Jersey but harnessed skills in Jacksonville, Florida femcee Laajuvie gears up for a breakout summer with the releases of the visual to her new single “No Cuffin.” For her emergence, Laajuvie is aggressive, unapologetic and cutting-edge.

For her forthcoming project, the Dak-directed video displays The pole toting tauntress effortlessly raps into the camera without breaking a sweat, all while showing off a fresh manicure and a beat face. “No Cuffin” is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan joining the Laajuvie bandwagon.

Laajuvie’s latest single follow her first freestyle to Instagram titled “Fake Love,” which has garnered over 25K+ views organically since its release, Juvie wasted no time following up effort with another freestyle called ‘Shit Talk” that accumulated over 500 comments. Connected with EMPIRE, Laajuvie’s full-length effort is expected to draw some a-list collaborations. “No Cuffin” is produced by Ricky Hoodrich and available on 510 Music Group. After the view, for more on Laajuvie, follow her on Instagram.

Check out Laajuvie’s new visual for “No Cuffin” below.

https://youtu.be/vM8aeLP6Pbw

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FAT WALLACE – “DREAMS”

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Virginia is surging with Hip Hop’s next-generation superstars. Among the new class is the slick, catchy and popular recording artist, Fat Wallace. Today, he makes his run for the 2021 artist-to-watch label with new single “Dreams.” “This year will be the year all of my fans look back on as the year the rest of the world discovered Fat Wallace,” says the rising star.

For the new single, Wallace remains loyal to his roots as he amasses widespread notoriety with lyrics about evolving into a superstar through persistence, resilience and, most of all, originality. Fat Wallace has created an authentic sound since his original arrival in 2016. “From my perspective and releasing music for the past 5 years, I definitely feel like this is my best song to date because it shows exactly what my mission is,” he says.

He continues: “If a kid from a town that only has a population of a few thousand can put his time and effort into making it somewhere with his music, it really just shows that hard work really can get you anywhere regardless of where you’re starting from.”

“Dreams” is the lead-up to something big coming from Fat Wallace in 2021. And now a great origin point for newfound fans, feel free to stay updated on everything Fat Wallace via social media. Before the forthcoming album, stream “Dreams,” available now via Major League Records.

https://open.spotify.com/track/2oo5hD7ij4iUcVTcBkz8GL?si=zTMWxnY_T1q93IolASV9Fg

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