This week, Drake and 21 Savage’s video for “Sneakin’” remains #1. Elsewhere, Shia LaBeouf released his “Last” diss track on The Breakfast Club aimed at Lil Yachty and Soulja Boy. Then, Justin Hunte breaks down with Charles “Chilly” Patton how Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury and Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor became a source industry tension after Jay Z was supposed to be bossed up at Atlantic Records.
Drake & 21 Savage “Sneakin’” Video Is STILL A Fan Favorite
Almost a month later and readers are still flocking to watch Drake and 21 Savage‘s low-res video for “Sneakin.’”
The cut premiered on OVO Sound Radio and is expected to make an appearance on Drizzy’s upcoming More Life playlist.
Shia LaBeouf Drops His “Last” Diss Track
Actor Shia LaBeouf is putting his freestyle skills to rest, for now, after releasing his “Last” diss track. The song was mainly aimed at Lil Yachty and Soulja Boy.
While Lil Yachty paid the jab no mind, Soulja Boy took it a bit more personal and fered Even Stevens a few threats, telling him not to come to Atlanta, or else.
“Shia, you a bitch ass nigga, you could never come to Atlanta, you could never come to the streets in the hood,” he said. “You could never live my life, you need to stick to acting, real shit nigga. This rap shit ain’t for you nigga, for real have some nigga pull up on you, fuck Shia LaBeouf nigga, fuck you talking about keep my name out your mouth, you don’t want no beef, on my mama. You better stick to acting nigga cause this shit get real.”
Well, it seems Soulja is now being chummy with Shia with hopes him possibly assisting him to break into the music industry. Shia even referred to Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em as a “sweetheart.” How nice.
Charles “Chilly” Patton Breaks Down Lupe Fiasco’s Beef With Atlantic Records
Chilly tells us how Lupe ended up signing to Atlantic Records thanks to Jay Z in the latest Breakdown with Justin Hunte.
“This is how it went. I’ll never forget it,” Chilly revealed. “Jay Z hit me like, ‘Yo, I’m coming to Atlantic Records. I’m going to to be the president Atlantic Records.’ LA Reid was my man. I introduced LA Reid to Jay Z. That’s how they got tight. So Jay’s like, ‘I’m coming to Atlantic. I need you and Lupe over at Atlantic with me.’ I’m like, ‘cool.’ I’m thinking Jay’s coming to Atlantic so I do the deal.”
However, Jay Z never ended up at Atlantic Records but instead became the president Def Jam.
View the Top 10 for the week ending December 9 below:
1. Watch Drake & 21 Savage’s Low-Res Video For “Sneakin’” (video)
2. Shia LaBeouf Fires Shots At Lil Yachty & Soulja Boy In New & “Last” Diss Track (single)
3. Jay Z Once Tapped To Takeover Atlantic Records? (video)
4. Machine Gun Kelly & Camila Cabello Only Want To Do “Bad Things” To You (video)
5. Iggy Azalea & French Montana Duet On “Sexy” (single)
6. Mannie Fresh Shares Sample Of Lil Wayne’s “Start This Shit Off Right” (single)
7. Lupe Fiasco Stays True To His Word With “Killers” (single)
8. MF DOOM Samples Earl Sweatshirt, Gorillaz, DJ Khaled, & Busta Rhymes On “Solid Steel” Mix (single)
9. Hip Hop Evolution Documentary Arrives On Netflix (video)
10. Does He Rip It? Wale Tackles Nas & DJ Premier’s “Nas Is Like” (single)