Nicki Minaj crowns Ice Spice as the princess of rap as she ventures into the world of animation, boasting some of the industry’s most creative minds. Dej Loaf returns with new music, SZA’s SOS Tour is back for a second leg, Shenseea’s latest single, “Curious,” is already buzzing on the charts, and more!
The Queen of Rap is set to lead an animated series titled, Lady Danger, featuring industry creatives 50 Cent, Carlton Jordan, and Crystle Roberson. Her signature style and storytelling will make for an exciting and colorful adventure.
Plus, Nicki and Ice Spice dropped a highly-anticipated remix for “Princess Diana,” on Nicki’s new label, Heavy On It, making Ice Spice the first female rapper signee. Fans are already raving about the track!
SZA fans, get ready! The R&B singer has announced that she will be hitting the road again for a second leg of her SOS Tour. Tickets went on sale at 12 ET on Friday, April 14. In addition, The SOS artist and Doja Cat linked up for the official “Kill Bill” Remix.
Dej Loaf’s long-awaited return to the music scene has finally arrived, as she teams up with Doeboy for their latest single, “ROLL THE DICE.” This collaboration marks Dej Loaf’s first major feature since 2020, highlighting her raw talent and distinct style.
Jamaican singer Shenseea has released a new single called “Curious.” The track, which features her signature dancehall sound, is already sparking a buzz on social media and streaming platforms.
Megan thee Stallion’s alma mater, Texas Southern University’s cheerleading squad has made history by becoming the first HBCU to win the National Cheerleaders Association’s Collegiate Championship. The team’s routine, which incorporated elements of hip-hop impressed the judges and earned them the top prize.
Queen Latifah has made history once again by becoming the first female rapper to have a recording included in the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry. The honor recognizes the cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance of “Ladies First,” her 1989 collaboration with rapper Monie Love.
The Registry also includes iconic recordings such as Prince’s “Purple Rain” and Public Enemy’s “Fear of a Black Planet.”
Asian Da Brat will drop a new music video and single on April 14, 2023, titled “Fix Up.” However, she did not promote it without first clearing the air about her late boyfriend rapper King Von.
Memphis rapper Gloss Up drops her highly-anticipated single “LaLa” as a follow-up to her critically-acclaimed debut mixtape, “Before The Gloss Up.
SOHH family, let’s support these extraordinary ladies, and have a great weekend!