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Beyonce Boosts OnlyFans Business in 2020

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Many people, including celebrities, joined OnlyFans as a side hustle during the lockdown period, with others even leaving their jobs to join the app.

By the end of 2020, OnlyFans had over eighty-five million subscribers, and Beyonce was one of the many reasons the business boomed.

Don’t get too excited yet. Queen B’s reproductive organs are not on the X-rated app.

In the remix she did with Megan Thee Stallion, Savage, she speaks about OnlyFans, and that sort of advertising gave the app a boost.

With the massive fandom she has, Beyonce boosted the app’s numbers by far. The Halo singer also mentioned Tiktok in the lyrics.

In a snippet of Savage, Beyonce says, “Hips TikTok when I dance/On that Demon Time she might start an OnlyFans.”

In response, OnlyFans authorities claimed in a statement that Beyoncé and any artist are welcome to join OnlyFans at any time to foster a deeper connection with their fans.

The adult content app is star-studded with celebrities like Amber Rose, Chris Brown, Bella Thorne, B Simone, and Cardi B.

San Mwe Sang and are one of the people who left their job as medics to join the app. It seems sending a thirst trap can sustain your life. 50 Cent is among the few people who seem to disagree with celebrities who join the app.

What are your thoughts? Would you start an OnlyFans account? Kindly share your sentiments with us through our comments section.

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Remembering Mac Miller On His 29th Birthday

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Mac Miller, whose real name is Malcolm James McCormick, would have been 29 years today.

Mac Miller passed away on September 7, 2018, after an accidental overdose. The American rapper and songwriter was found unresponsive in his Studio City home by his personal assistant. He overdosed on counterfeit oxycodone pills that contained fentanyl.

Mac Miller, who had amassed a huge following, was open about his struggles with substance abuse and depression, which he referenced in his lyrics. Apart from being famous for his indie rap, the rapper was also known for striving to be better.

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His evolution into an accomplished musician, rap mentor and producer under the name Larry Fisherman is nothing short of inspiring. He also helped introduce almost every young rapper he came into contact with to a bigger audience.

Happy birthday to a legend we lost too soon. Happy birthday Mac Miller!

In case you wanna feel close to Mac Miller on his birthday, you can listen to some of his songs below.

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Let’s Take a Quick Dive Into DaBaby’s Run-Ins With The Law

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DaBaby's Run-Ins With The Law

Ever since his commercial success in 2019, DaBaby’s star has been shining brighter and brighter. After the release of Suge which put him on the map, the artist has released bop after bop.

Fans love him not only for the catchy beats in his tracks but also for his catchy raps. Every song he features in or works on turns to magic. Despite having so much favour with fans, he has not had so much favour with the law.

Shoot and Kill – Huntersville, North Carolina

DaBaby whose real name is Jonathan Lyndale Kirk has had a couple of legal troubles. His most severe legal run-in dates back to 2018. He shot and killed a 19-year-old man in Huntersville, North Carolina while shopping with his baby mama and two children.

The artist who claimed the incident was an act of self-defence was only found guilty of a misdemeanour of carrying a concealed weapon. This was after the more serious charges were dropped in March 2019. He was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation.

Battery in Connection with Robbery – Miami

DaBaby’s other run-in with the law was when he was arrested and charged with battery in connection to a robbery investigation in January 2020. The robbery was after a promoter paid DaBaby $20,000 instead of $30,000. The State reported that DaBaby and his associates took $80 cash, an iPhone 7 and credit card from the promoter. The rapper spent 48 hours in Miami-Dade County jail before being released.

Slapping a Female Fan – Tampa, Florida

During his ‘Up Close N Personal’ tour, he slapped a female fan on his way to the stage in Tampa, Florida. He ended up not performing after fans booed him. He ended up apologizing to the fan after stating that he slapped her for placing the phone too close to his face with a flash on.

A video of Dababy during his hearing after getting arrested.

Hopefully, the raper stays in the laws good graces this year.

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The 10 Best DaBaby Songs

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DaBabay has left his mark in the hip hop industry releasing hit after hit. The American rapper whose real name is Jonathan Lyndale Kirk began his career in 2014. At the time, he was releasing mixtapes which he did until 2018. 

His mainstream success came in 2019 after his debut studio album, Baby on Baby. Without keeping you waiting too long, below are DaBaby’s best songs.

What are DaBaby’s Top Songs?

  1. Suge

This track is easily DaBaby’s top song since it’s the single that put DaBaby on the map. It was the most famous track from the Baby on Baby album. Suge was his first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, and it peaked at number 7. In this track, the hit-maker compares himself to Marion “Suge” Knight in that he’s a young CEO just like Suge, who became CEO of Death Row Records at the age of 26.

  1. Rockstar

This track released in 2020 features hip hop star, Roddy Ricch. Rockstar which is in the Blame It On Baby album, reached number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in its seventh week becoming DaBaby’s first chart-topper.

  1. For The Night

This track by deceased American rapper Pop Smoke featured Lil Baby and DaBaby. The track released in 2020 peaked at number 3 in the US Billboard Hot 100 after 27 weeks on the chart. 

  1. Levitating

This song is by English singer and pop star Dua Lipa, and it features DaBaby on its remix. The pair’s first collaboration was released in 2020. This DaBaby feature was different from anything the rapper had ever done before. His rap adds an excellent touch to the funky dance, and slight 80s feel the track has and we can’t imagine the track without his rap.

  1. Bop

Bop which is one of DaBaby’s top songs, was released in 2019. It’s the second single from his second studio album, Kirk; which was his first album to top the charts, peaking at number one on the US Billboard 200. The track peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The track received a nomination at the 63rd Annual Grammys for Best Rap Performance

  1. Baby

This single by record label Quality Control was released in 2019. This top DaBaby track features Lil Baby. The collaboration between the two on the track has received applause from music critics. Some even call the collaboration “a match made in heaven.”

  1. Vibez

This track that was released in 2020 is also another top DaBaby track. It is part of Kirk’s album, and it peaked at number 21 on the US Billboard Hot 100. JetsonMade, Neeko Baby and Harris produced this third single from the Kirk album.

  1. Cash Shit

This is another top DaBaby song released in 2019 and peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is by American rapper Megan Thee Stallion, and it features DaBaby. The song is one of the three collaborations the two artists have worked on together. 

  1. Whats Poppin Remix

This remix of American rapper Jack Harlow’s track features DaBaby, Lil Wayne and Tory Lanez. DaBaby’s verse is about him boasting about his sexual prowess. He also boasts about his Hot 100 number 1 single, Rockstar. The track which has a sick beat is produced by JetsonMade who also produced Suge and Bop

  1. Panini Remix

Lil Nas X’s Panini remix features DaBaby and was released in 2019. In the track, Lil Nas X playfully reflects on fans who were initially pleased with his “Old Town Road” success but stopped celebrating him as much once he got the spotlight.

Conclusion

DaBaby, formerly known as ‘Baby Jesus’ announced late last year that he would retire from music after five years. He will retire to nurture other talents through his label, Billion Dollar Entertainment. Hopefully, he keeps giving us bangers before he retires. 

Which is your favourite DaBaby song?

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Roddy Ricch’s “The Box” Close To Diamond Status After Going 8x Platinum

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2021 has started at a high note for American rapper Roddy Ricch. On January 14, the 22-year-old’s breakout single ‘The Box’ got certified 8x platinum by the RIAA.

The RIAA which stands for the Recording Industry Association of America certified the single 8x platinum, which means the single had 8 million sales. The single is just 2 million sales away from the diamond status, which is 10 million sales.

The Box released on January 10, 2020, was the rapper’s fourth single. The single was the highest chart-topping song worldwide topping charts not only in the US Billboards but also in Canada, New Zealand and Hungary. In the UK and Ireland, it peaked at number 2.

In the US, the debut single spent eleven weeks at the top of the US Billboard Hot 100 charts. The single also landed him at number 3 on Billboard’s Hot 100 year-end chart for 2020. It was also Spotify’s most-streamed song in the US and was number 7 on YouTube’s trending music video list for 2020.

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‘The Box’ was the biggest song of the first half of 2020 and was named Song of the Year by Apple Music. The song also got three Grammy nominations including Song of the Year.

In case you haven’t already heard the song and are wondering what the hype is all about, the song is catchy, one of those you can’t stop watching or listening to. It is also those songs you can’t get out of your head.

The Box was 2020’s most profitable song of the entire year. The artist bagged a whopping $20 million for the song earning him a feature as an honoree on Forbes’ annual 30 under 30 list last year.

Congratulations to Roddy Ricch for this big achievement!

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Top 8 Rapper Owned Cannabis Brands

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Top 8 Rapper Owned Cannabis Brands

Hip-hop and cannabis have always coincided, and as the weed demand expands, more rap artists are getting involved in the weed business. It is no secret that the music genre that talks about smoking cannabis the most is rap. Some of the fans and the rappers themselves are often weed lovers.

So it’s never a surprise seeing your favorite rap artist getting into the cannabis industry, especially because of the growing number of weed users. Here is a look at the top 8 rapper owned cannabis brands:

Which Rappers Own Cannabis Brands?

  1. Snoop Dogg– Leafs by Snoop
Leafs by Snoop

It’s no secret that Snoop is the number one weed lover in hip-hop culture. He is the most involved artist in the cannabis scene and, not only does he have an entire platform dedicated to all things weed, but also his own line of weed called Leafs by Snoop. 

The rapper was the first to jump into the cannabis business after legalization in Colorado and Washington. The company started out in Colorado then later expanded to Canada, where its products are grown and distributed.

  1. Wiz Khalifa – Khalifa Kush Enterprises Oil

After Snoop, the second most recognized weed enthusiast is Wiz Khalifa. The rapper developed and bred his own weed strain dubbed the Khalifa Kush. He has also created a mobile game called Wiz Khalifa’s Weed Farm, in which he teaches players how to grow their own weed plants and make profits out of them. 

The Khalifa kush strain is available in RiverRock stores in Colorado, and in June 2019, the rapper made a deal with Supreme Cannabis to provide Khalifa Kush Enterprises Oil to Canada.

  1. Method Man– Tical Official
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Launched in early June 2020, this long-awaited brand from Wu-Tang Clan’s member, Method Man, is now available in four California shops, including Empire, Blunts+Moore, Berner’s in the Haight, and Litco. 

This brand contains four strains, including Gelato, Cake, OV, and Punch.

  1. Kurupt– Kurupts Moonrock

You’ve probably heard about the Moonrocks strain and how potent it can be; this weed will send you out of space and is courtesy of rapper Kurupt Young Gotti. The strain even has its own song.

  1. Jay-Z – Monogram

Monogram a high-end California cannabis brand was created by hip-hop mogul Jay-Z through a partnership with Caliva and Left Coast Ventures. This brand currently offers four different strains in the form of pre rolls and flowers.

  1. Berner– Cookies
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Taylor Gang member Berner is behind the creation of one of the most-well liked strains known as the Girl Scout Cookies. He’s also got numerous other strains including, The Y, Cherry Kush, Snowman, Cherry Pie, Sherbet, Pink Panties, and F1.

Berger has multiple cannabis brands, including Exotics by Berner, which he co-founded with his friend Ivan.

  1. B-Real– Dr. Greenthumb’s Dispensary
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The Cypress Hill’s rapper owns a cannabis dispensary in California, which launched in August 2018. B-Real’s brand later partnered with Driven Deliveries Inc., which works to serve them with the direct-consumer distribution.

  1. Lil Wayne– GKUA Premium Ultra
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Weezy’s product line includes vapes, prerolls, and strains such as Hollygrove, Julius Caesar, GKUA VIP, Uproar, Mendo Crumble, and Mimosa. The brand also offers concentrates such as 3 Hour Tour, Perfecta, and Boom Box, all of which are available across numerous California dispensaries 

Final Word

Turns out, spitting rhymes is not the only thing these rappers are good at; they also deliver some good cannabis strains. Thanks to these businesses obtaining weed has become easy. You simply pull up a website, choose the cannabis products you like, check out, and have the products delivered to your front door.

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