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Shaquees is one of the most prolific rappers right now. The rising rap star has featured in the biggest songs of the past year, quickly becoming a household name – but each verse comes with a pretty sweet price tag.
Drake extends his record for the most No. 1s in the history of Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with “Laugh Now Cry Later” featuring Lil Durk, which debuts atop the survey dated Aug. 29.
In the tracking week ending Aug. 20, “Laugh Now Cry Later” earned 69.8 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
The song is Drake’s ninth No. 1 on Streaming Songs, which began in 2013. He now has more than double his next-closest competition; Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and Travis Scott boast four leaders each.
Late last week, NBA YoungBoy announced his new project TOP, set to release on September 11. At just 20-years-old, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper has already rattled off 16 mixtapes including April’s .38 Baby 2. He did vow that the aforementioned release would be his last on his label after he hinted at some turmoil but since then, he’s dropped “Kacey Talk,” “All In” and “Sticks With Me” from his upcoming album. For the time being, it seems that the label and rapper have made amends.
Today YoungBoy Never Broke Again returns with a new visual for his latest single “Murder Business,” a hard-hitting reminder of his upbringing and loyalty to his neighborhood. The video was directed by Rich Porter and follows the rapper surrounded by crew members and driving through his city’s streets at night. Recently, YoungBoy has taken to social media to hint at upcoming collaborations with Nicki Minaj and Snoop Dogg.
Watch YoungBoy’s latest music video above. In more music updates, Nas opened up about why his Nasir collaboration with Kanye West didn’t go as planned.