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    Cardi B Joins the ‘Fast & Furious’ Family: See Her Video With Vin Diesel

    The cat is out of the bag, thanks to Vin Diesel. Cardi B looks to have notched a role in the upcoming Fast & Furious 9movie, which is set to hit theaters in May 2020. Diesel posted a clip from their final day shooting for Fast 9 in the United Kingdom with none other than Cardi, as both looked as if the countless hours on set had worn them down.

    Bardi seemed to be fresh out of an action-packed scene while rocking a heavy-duty vest and showing off her black gloves to match. “I’m tired, but I can’t wait. I ain’t gonna front, I think this is going to be the best one,” she declared. “I need to take a nappy-nap. I’m ready to take my nappy-nap.”

    The 27-year-old had previously teased that she would be starring in another blockbuster during her appearance on Ellen in support of Netflix’s Rhythm + Flowalongside T.I. and Chance the Rapper. Cardi also starred in the acclaimed Hustlersearlier this year with Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo, Keke Palmer and more.


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    Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Is the Fastest Song in History to Be Certified Diamond by the RIAA

    Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus has officially reached Diamond status. For a song to be certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), it must reach sales (and streaming equivalent sales) of 10 million units.

    The country/hip-hop crossover is the first song to be certified diamond by the RIAA in 2020, and is the fastest in history to reach this milestone.


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    A$AP Rocky Riles Up Crowd in First Concert Since ‘Scary Humbling Experience’ in Swedish Jail

    A$AP had a chance to get wild for the night at Real Street Festival in Anaheim on Sunday. And given his current legal situation, awaiting a verdict on assault charges in Sweden, he took full advantage of it.

    The rapper closed out the second and final night of the festival hosted by REAL 92.3 FM, appearing before a crowd at the Honda Center festival grounds that chanted “F— Sweden!” during Rocky’s his first gig since his release last week from a Swedish jail where he was held for over three weeks.

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    De La Soul Says Tommy Boy “Not In Business Of Giving Artists Back Their Masters”

    De La Soul and Tommy Boy Records have been attempting to reach an agreement regarding the trio’s extensive catalog for several months. But according to a recent Instagram post, it looks like those negotiations have fallen flat.

    On Thursday (August 8), Pos, Maseo and Dave issued a statement to their collective account and explained why they wouldn’t be cosigning their first six albums being released on any digital platforms, including 1989’s 3 Feet High & Rising, 1991’s De La Soul Is Dead, 1993’s Buhloone Mindstate and 1996’s Stakes Is High — all Tommy Boy releases.

    Tommy Boy’s founder and CEO Tom Silverman still owns all of De La’s masters.

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