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New Music Releases July 1: Cardi B, J-Hope, Maya Hawke, City Girls and More

New Music Friday! It's every audiophile's favorite day of the week, and some of our favorite artists from all different genres have blessed us with new tunes.Cardi B returned with a new track, teaming up with Kanye West and Lil Durk to drop her song-of-the-summer contender, appropriately titled «Hot Sh*t.» J-Hope thrilled the BTS Army with his latest solo single, «MORE.» And Phoebe Bridgers contributed the latest song to the soundtrack, covering The Carpenters' «Goodbye to Love» for the new animated film.Usher joined the City Girls on their latest, «Good Love,» Charli XCX and Tiësto paired up for the danceworthy new single «Hot In It,» and Calvin Harris featured 21 Savage on his new drop, «New Money.»Plus, new music from jxdn, Luke Bryan, Maya Hawke, Steve Lacy and more.Read on to check out some of our favorite recommendations for new songs and albums to listen to this week — plus, where you can stream them now!Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / Spotify Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / Spotify Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / Spotify Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it
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Cardi B responds to claim she’s trying to boost numbers by putting older tracks on second album
Cardi B has responded to criticism after she confirmed that she will feature ‘WAP‘ and ‘Up‘ on her second album.The record, which has neither a title nor a release date yet, will be the follow-up to the rapper’s 2018 debut ‘Invasion Of Privacy‘. In a recent interview with Centrefold, Cardi said that her respective 2020 and 2021 singles ‘WAP’ and ‘Up’ will feature on the new record.But one social media user in particular took issue with this decision, writing in a since-deleted tweet that the “streaming era” is to blame for such moves and that “artists just do this to get certifications for their album”.Cardi spotted the tweet before it was pulled and responded: “Stop trying to act innocent when u know u was trying to pander.A post shared by The Neighborhood Talk (@theneighborhoodtalk)“Why haven’t you said nothing about other artists who recently put songs b4 the pandemic on their album or people that have to put other people songs on their shit… imagine my biggest song not being on a [sic] album,” she said.As HipHopDX notes, the user wrote after deleting the original tweet that they weren’t “trying to start a stan war” but had instead wanted to share “a critique of the music industry and how it affects track listing”.Cardi continued to defend her decision, writing that ‘Invasion Of Privacy’ contained no “CDs, Merch or bundles” upon its release and that the Twitter user should “wash your tongue correctly b4 you talk about who needs streams in this bitch”.One fan waded in on the debate: “I don’t see anything wrong with it.
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Cardi B and Billie Eilish clear up rift rumours over Met Gala “weird” comment
Cardi B and Billie Eilish have cleared up rumours of a rift after a video clip surfaced from the Met Gala appearing to show the latter calling the rapper “weird”.Both artists attended the annual event at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 2), and, in a clip, Cardi was seen making a speech to the crowd as other partygoers filmed her with their phones.Eilish, who is closer to the camera, can be seen in the clip saying the word “weird” after watching the rapper interact with the crowd.This led many users on social media to conclude that Eilish was calling the rapper “weird”.Billie Eilish caught shading Cardi B. “She’s so weird.” pic.twitter.com/6o34P0wUfC— IG: @MilagroGramz (@MilagroGramz__) May 3, 2022But the pair have now both cleared up the misunderstanding, with Cardi sharing a subsequent exchange between her and Eilish in their Instagram direct messages.“Oh my God, I was so worried you were gonna see that,” Eilish says in the voice note, in reference to the clip.“I was fucking calling the people around you weird because everybody around you was shoving their phones into your ass! And I was like, just look at her, with your eyes!”I hate the internet cause one, how do y’all turn one of the most lit parties into drama? Two, Ocean eyes is the song I cater to my daughter.
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Cardi B granted permanent injunction over blogger’s “false and defamatory” statements
Cardi B has been victorious in court once more, when on Monday (April 4), a judge ordered YouTuber Tasha K to take down over a dozen videos and social media posts deemed “false and defamatory” by a jury verdict in January.A filing received by the court last Thursday (March 31) claimed the recent $4million defamation verdict against the host of UnWineWithTashaK required an additional court order, one that would force the removal of any remaining defamatory statements from her social media and prevent her from “repeating and republishing” her “patently false” statements.The filing called Tasha K (real name Latasha Kebe) a “constant ongoing threat”.Per the judge’s ruling, Tasha K reportedly has five days (after being served with the order, obtained by Rolling Stone) to remove statements that allege Cardi B “performed a debasing act with a bottle”, has herpes and HPV, has used cocaine, and has committed adultery and engaged in prostitution.Cardi B (real name Belcalis Cephus) sought the injunction after securing $4million in punitive damages (raised from $1million just hours after receiving the defamation verdict) after Kebe was found liable for defamation, invasion of privacy and causing emotional distress.On the fourth day of January’s week-long trial, Cephus told the court that she had felt “helpless” and “extremely suicidal” over the “false” online rumours.
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