Rick Ross isn’t a fan of Tory Lanez’s new project.
On Friday (Sept. 25), Rick Ross hit up his Instagram Story to share how he felt about Tory dropping his Daystar album. After remaining silent for over two months about what happened during a shooting involving him and Megan Thee Stallion, Tory Lanez dropped a 17-track album in which he addresses the situation in multiple songs. Ross believes Tory made the wrong move.
“Tory Lanez, poor decision, brother. Dropping that project,” Ross said in a video in his Instagram story. “Just out of respect for Breonna Taylor. Just out of respect for Breonna Taylor, brother. We gotta respect these sisters. That ain’t how you address the accusations you facing with the sister. That was a a poor choice, homie. You ain’t getting no money with that shit.”
Ross also accused Lanez of being insensitive to the plight of Black women like Megan and the late Breonna Taylor. In another post, Ross shows us a video of a new vehicle he “bought” for Tory. It turns out to be a white Smart car. “I heard your album went double-acrylic on DatPiff,” Ross wrote on the Instagram Story.
Prior to the album, Tory hadn’t said anything about his involvement with the shooting that happened in Los Angeles back in July. Following the incident, Lanez was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon. He was released on bail shortly after his arrest. Since then, Megan Thee Stallion has gone on Instagram Live and claimed that Tory was the one who shot her.
Meanwhile, Tory didn’t waste time responding to Rozay. The Canadian rapper tweeted his thoughts about Ross’ posts.
“@RickRoss I respect u 2 much as a black man to disrespect you in these times, however I went out and marched 9 days strait for Breonna Taylor ..IN YOUR CITY …I didn’t see the ‘boss’ out there once ?…also stop tagging your endorsements in post about her . It’s a poor decision,” Tory wrote.
Young Sylvan is back with fresh collection of music that his day-one fans will definitely appreciate. Earlier this week, Sylvan LaCue dropped off his latest compilation No More Apologies.
The 9-track project features a handful of demo track that didn’t end up on his previous album, Apologies in Advance. There are also a few tracks that were intended for his upcoming album. Although they didn’t make the cut for either project, LaCue decided to let his fans hear what he’s been hiding in his vault.
“It’s really a toast to the fans,” SylvanLaCue told CitrusRap. “I’ve been able to pay my rent off rap for years and it’s been majorly because of them. It’s out with the old in with the new. I know it’s been a minute, but I hope this can hold everyone over until it’s album season.”
Bizzy Crook comes through with one of his most authentic projects to date. The 28-year-old rapper, who reps both the East and West coasts of the Sunshine State, recently dropped his new album From Me, to You.
Each second of BZZY’s latest offering gives fans, a glimpse of what his life has been like in 2020. From Me, to You holds 10 tracks with production from super producers J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Legaxy, Foreign Teck and plenty more.
Furthermore, Bizzy Crook starts off the album with “Over You,” an emotional ode to his former love interest. From there, he moves on to highlight the better things in his life in songs like “Thank You Lord” and “Humble Hill” produced by Foreign Teck and Legaxy. Other standout records on the album include, “South Florida Girls”, along with “Dios Mio” and “No Co-Sign,” both are produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.
The latest project in Bizzy’s growing discography comes nine months after he dropped his Confetti LP. Stream From Me, to You on all platforms here.
Prez P teamed up with Neri Beats to cook up a rare collection of music about getting caught up in the deep depths of technology. On Monday (Aug 31), the North Miami spitta dropped Lost in Technology, a 7-track project executively produced by the Florida-based beatmaker.
Throughout the project, Prez shines a light on society’s addiction to technology from the endless hours of screentime to the world of social media. Songs like “Od” call out people who chase clout online like its the hottest drug in the streets. Meanwhile, “Juicin'” addresses the Instagram stars who depend on their phone to flex on their timelines, but are phony in real life.
Da Campsite rapper also recruits other talented voices from South Florida to come through for the project. Rapper Philo B teams up with Prez for “Another Song About Money.” The Prezidential MC also connects with FAE, RiiahWORLD and Seanetta Carson.
This is Prez P’s second project of 2020. Earlier this year, Prez teamed up with Johnny Hopkins for their collaborative project Shake & Bake. The project features production from Reazy Renegade and features YDtheBEST
Jackboy’s anticipated album has finally arrived. On Friday (Aug. 27), the Pompano Beach rapper released his latest body of work Living In History via Sniper Gang / Empire Records.
The LP holds 14 fresh tracks including Jackboy’s most recent single “Married to My Enemies” featuring Tee Grizzley. The Detroit MC also appears on a second collaboration with the Sniper Gang rapper called “Notice Me.” Meanwhile, Rylo Rodriguez makes an appearance on “Fuck You Pay Me.”
Listen to Jackboy’s latest LP Living In Historyhere.
Dade County spitta GhostWridah returns with his fresh banger, “Huddle.”
The seasoned rapper-songwriter levels up on the latest single off Rebellion Records. On the song produced by 40 Mil, Ghost delivers motivational verses about how far he’s come, and where he’s trying to go.
“It’s what you don’t see that got me in this position. Boy, I’m coming for that crown without my dentist’s permission.”GhostWridah raps. “Tryna occupy the throne until they hand in the eviction / When they tell me shut up and dribble, I’ll be damned if I listen.”
For the unfamiliar, Ghost has been putting in work for over a decade. He’s collaborated with plenty of MC’s from the crib like Brisco, ¡MAYDAY!, Billy Blue and more. “Huddle” is set to appear on the rapper’s upcoming project Most Likely 2 Succeed. Listen to GhostWridah’s new joint below.
Miami rapper, Bobby Biscayne flips the script in his new song. On Friday (Aug. 21), the Dade County native debuts new visuals for his new banger. In the video directed by Fred Olivera, Bobby floats over the smooth instrumental, produced by Miami Marci, as he rides around Dade county all masked up with his main chick.
“No Pictures” is the latest release from the rapper following the release of his EP Cheat On You. The 2019 project holds six tracks including “Mona Lisa” and “AMG.”
Watch Bobby Biscayne’s new video for “No Pictures” up top.