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Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” Breaks Apple Music’s 2022 First-Day Streams Record

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Kendrick Lamar's "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" Breaks Apple Music's 2022 First-Day Streams Record

Kendrick Lamar's "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" Breaks Apple Music's 2022 First-Day Streams Record

Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” Breaks Apple Music’s 2022 First-Day Streams Record.

36-year-old Kendrick Lamar is no stranger to breaking records with his art, and according to a recent tweet from Apple Music, his latest album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers will be no exception to his winning streak. Less than 48 hours after the 18-track record’s release, it’s been announced that K-Dot managed to break Apple’s first-day streaming record for 2022.

“Shout out @kendricklamar,” the DSP wrote early this morning. “K-Dot’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers had the most first-day streams for an album released so far in 2022.”

As Uproxx notes, Apple Music didn’t clarify exactly how many streams Lamar’s album has accrued, although it has been projected that we’ll see it make a No. 1 debut, and it’s entirely likely that more records will be broken over the coming weeks.

While many were pleased to see the return of Kung Fu Kenny, his new album doesn’t come without its share of controversies – one of which is his collaboration with Kodak Black on “Silent Hill,” causing some listeners to call the Compton rapper out for working with a problematic figure like Yak.

Another eyebrow-raising moment comes when Lamar admits to struggling with sex addiction throughout his life on “Mother I Sober,” which resulted in him cheating on his fiancée and the mother of his children.
In other news, the father of two was photographed out and about with friends in Ghana while the world was revelling in his new music.

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NBA YoungBoy Says He’ll Be Dead Or In Jail Soon

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NBA YoungBoy Says He'll Be Dead Or In Jail Soon

NBA YoungBoy Says He'll Be Dead Or In Jail Soon

NBA YoungBoy Says He’ll Be Dead Or In Jail Soon.

NBA YoungBoy is one of the youngest, and hottest, artists in the industry. At the age of 22, he’s managed to surpass legends like Notorious B.I.G on the Billboard charts, garner 100 platinum and gold singles, and bring in over 10 billion YouTube views.

However, although he has accomplished a lot in a short period of time, it seems the Baton Rouge rapper doesn’t have a positive outlook on what his future holds. Khris James, the music producer who has contributed to a few of YB’s projects like Still Flexin, Still Stepping and 38 Baby 2, posted a text message thread between himself and NBA Youngboy, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden.

In the screenshot, the producer texted the rapper saying, “she say you ain’t sh*t.”

The father of seven responded, “Lol b*tch I’m headed to a cell or the grave very soon I wouldn’t give a f*ck what her or who thought.” He then added, “‘murder me‘ I wish the best for all y’all h*es and n*ggas [devil smiling emoji].” It remains unclear as to why the “Valuable Pain” artist feels this way.

In recent news, he just turned down a $25 million deal to re-sign with his label, Atlantic Records. DJ Akademiks reported, “NBA YoungBoy is leaving. He will not be resigning. He didn’t like their offers.” This came as no surprise, though. The rapper has been throwing shots at the record company for weeks now, claiming that they’ve tried to blackball him. 

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