Posts Tagged: Future

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Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj & Future To Appear On Ariana Grande’s ‘Dangerous Woman’ Album

(AllHipHop News) Pop singer Ariana Grande is loading her third studio album Dangerous Woman with rappers. The former Nickelodeon star recruited Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Future for the upcoming project. [ALSO READ: Ariana Grande Dumped Big Sean Over “Billion Dollar P*ssy” Lyric?] Grande is not a stranger to working with Hip Hop artists. 2013’s Yours Truly featured Big Sean and… Read more »

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Metro Boomin Talks Kanye West Wanting To Form A Production Group & Young Thug Vs Future

(AllHipHop News) Metro Boomin clearly trusted Kanye West enough to have his famous tag lace Ye’s “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” off The Life Of Pablo. It appears the G.O.O.D. Music boss was interested in working even closer with the Atlanta-based producer. [ALSO READ: Metro Boomin Talks Working On New Music With Kendrick Lamar &… Read more »

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Did Desiigner Diss Future On IG?

(AllHipHop News) Although Desiigner has rose to prominence through his hit single “Panda”, the rapper’s inclining popularity has fueled a beef between him and Atlanta rap star, Future. Earlier today on Instagram, Desiigner announced that he has a new mixtape in the works. Though this may come off as a very harmless move, the rapper made it… Read more »

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Will Desiigner Be More Than A One-Hit Rapper?

Photo via Desiigner’s Instagram Desiigner has had some success with his single “Panda”. The rapper has even had success in a way that even Future hasn’t experienced yet. Many believe Desiigner jacked Future’s style; ironically, although Future has dominated the rap game, he has failed to completely dominate the Billboard charts. Interestingly enough, Desiigner’s single… Read more »

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Lollapalooza 2016 Line-Up Revealed

Lollapalooza is marking it’s 25th anniversary this year and are calling for the biggest names in the music industry for the special event. Headlined by Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, LCD Soundystem, and J. Cole, other performances will include Future, ASAP Ferg, Danny Brown, Vic Mensa, Skepta, Vince Staples, Flatbush Zombies, Jazz Cartier, G-Eazy, Bryson Tiller, and… Read more »

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