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Juice WRLD's "Death Race For Love" Dominates Charts For Second Week 

Juice WRLD's Death Race For Love is back at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart for the second week in a row after earning 74,000 equivalent album units during the week ending in March 21st. It marks a decrease of 55 percent from its opening frame of 165,000 units last week.

This week, Death Race earns its top slot with just over 70,000 units due to a relatively slow week for the top 10. Currently, there are no debuts to boast in the coveted slots, with the usual suspects shifting positions among themselves, Billboard reports that most of them have already visited the No. 1 slot in the past, with only two albums in this week's top 10 having not been to the penthouse.

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Following behind Death Race is Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next at No. 2 with 66,000 equivalent units while Lady Gaga while Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born soundtrack arrives at No. 3 with 40,000 units. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie's Hoodie SZN extends its stay in the top 10 with 33,000 units for No. 4.

Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack tracks at No. 5, holding steady with 33,000 units. Following close behind is Post Malone's beerbongs & bentleys moving 7-6 with 31,000 units while Drake's Scorpion moves up to No. 7 with 30,000 units. Travis Scott's Astroworld ascends to No. 8 with 28,000 units being followed by Meek Mill's Championships at No. 9 with approximately 28,000 units. Closing things out is Gunna's Drip or Drown 2 at No. 10 after earning 27,000 units.

Kodak Black Challenges Michael Rapaport To "Suck A Baby D*ck" 

Michael Rapaport will often insert himself, or show up to the party uninvited, unannounced. Whatever the situation calls for, you can bet on Rapaport bringing his own material to the Meadowlands. He's a classic Noo Yawk loudmouth with roots in the culture, so it doesn't take much to get him riled up, especially if you touch on one of his sacred altars.

Last I heard, Rapaport was mad at Kodak Black for asserting himself over Tupac and Biggie on the all-time list. In response to those claims, Rapaport told Kodak Black to,  "get the fuck outta here with that crazy shit," while insisting that his delusion was akin to a rec leaguer comparing himself to an NBA player.

Inevitably word got around to Kodak Black, who then decided that last night's concert at The Warfield in San Fransisco was the appropriate time and place to file his retort. "I love my crackas, now," he started ranting unexpectedly between song. "But y'all tell this dumb ass cracka stop playing with me, man. For real, stay out of Black folk business for one. Then tell him go listen to my album. Then after he go listen to my album tell him suck a baby dick."

Then in one swift motion, Kodak Black resumed his set, turning his attention to "Roll In Peace," ironically the next song on his setlist. He's yet to renege on his unpopular opinion, and that's how it should remain for the immediate future, now that Kodak has deactivated his Instagram account, limiting him to a game of messenger tag with the fans attending his concerts.


Mueller Report Finds No Evidence Of Trump & Russia Conspiracy 

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign has been a hot topic worldwide for the last two years. Democrats have been hoping that Mueller's investigation, which led to 2,800 subpoenas and nearly 500 search warrants, would be the nail in the coffin for Trump. Their hopes have been shot down. Although several of Trump's closest cronies have already been indicted and charged, Trump himself has been cleared. Mueller's report found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump's team and Russia. According to a letter by Attorney General William Barr sent to Congress summarizing the findings of the report, the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia to win the 2016 election. No further indictments were recommended. “The Special Counsel’s investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 US Presidential Election,” Barr wrote.

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"The Special Counsel's investigation determined that there were two main Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election," Barr continued. "The first involved attempts by a Russian organization, the Internet Research Agency (IRA), to conduct disinformation and social media operations in the United States designed to sow social discord, eventually with the aim of interfering with the election. As noted above, the Special Counsel did not find that any U.S. person or Trump campaign official or associate conspired or knowingly coordinated with the IRA in its efforts, although the Special Counsel brought criminal charges against a number of Russian nationals and entities in connection with these activities." The public has already known that Russia did interfere with the elections, or at least influenced the minds of Americans with targeted social media ads and memes. 

"The second element involved the Russian government's efforts to conduct computer hacking operations designed to gather and disseminate information to influence the election," Barr wrote. "The Special Counsel found that Russian government actors successfully hacked into computers and obtained emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton campaign and Democratic Party organizations, and publicly disseminated those materials through various intermediaries, including WikiLeaks." There have been charges placed against several Russian military officers, but once again, there was no evidence that Trump helped orchestrate these hacks. You can read the full letter from Barr via The New York Times here

Cardi B Channels Her Veteran Ways In G'd Up Rant: "I'm A B*tch From The Streets" 

Cardi B enjoyed a rather eventful Sunday, even by his standards. It all began on Saturday evening when Cardi lost her wig weeding through the comment sections of her various social accounts. Something, she didn't insinuate what hit her in a pressure-ridden spot, because by dinner time Cardi B was already on Instagram Live silencing the lambs.

She talked about the shady things she did in her previous life, labeling herself "a B*tch that came from the Streets," yet saving herself the trouble of listing the so-called crimes. The Reddit thread looming over this topic bisected every morsel of "tough talk" into a single criminal dossier they say includes robbing and dealing in narcotics. What do you make of that?

The very next day, Cardi switched her attention to Twitter, encircling a smart point by one of her fans who insisted, "Cardi B making it of LHH, but now she big big y’all stay on her heels for literally nothing."

Cardi B's entire Instagram rant could have been condensed into that one sentence. Evidently, that's not why she's paid the big bucks though; the double standard rings true on so many levels, hers the loudest.

By day's end (now-ish), Cardi B seemed to be pretty content with her two-day efforts. Not only did she manage to get her point across, but she found a couple of like-minded individuals as she went along with her ranting.


She managed to expose a double standard concerning issues of class and race, by using herself as the specimen. But most of all, Cardi B was able to let off some much-needed steam, all without dumbing down the process with a universal translator. Oh yeah, and she's quitting Twitter for a couple of days, no big deal.

"Captain Marvel" Rockets To $900 Million At The Box Office 

Are you surprised? After the major haul from Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War last year, Captain Marvel was expected to do big numbers. Now, Ant-Man & The Wasp did decently at the box office last summer, raking in $622 million worldwide, but it looks like the shrinking hero can't keep up with the other contemporary Avengers' films. According to Variety, Captain Marvel brought in an astounding $87 million globally this weekend, which includes $52 million from international regions. The Brie Larson starring origin story has now garnered $589 million overseas for a global haul of $910 million. At the domestic box office, Captain Marvel brought in $35 million during its third weekend, bringing the North American haul to $320 million. While the domestic numbers aren't on par with Black Panther, the global pull has placed Carol Danvers right up there with T'Challa. 

Captain Marvel now ranks as the 10th-biggest comic-book release of all time, surpassing the lifetime hauls of superhero movies such as Thor: Ragnarok ($854 million), Venom ($855 million), and Spider-Man: Homecoming ($880 million). While these numbers are impressive, we all know that next month's Avengers: Endgame will take the cake as the biggest comic book release of all time. Tickets have not gone on pre-sale yet for the Infinity War sequel, but once they do, expect Fandango and other competing sites to crash from all of the consumer frenzy. 

Bryson Tiller & Ryan Trey Drops The Addicting Single "Nowhere To Run" 

Ryan Trey and Bryson Tiller have a banger on their hands. The two crooners have teamed up for "Nowhere To Run," a sweet-sounding single with a hypnotizing instrumental. Colorful synths that sound like harps being run through a delay plugin paint the picture for Tiller and Trey to their thing. Produced by Vinylz, this will be in heavy rotation this Summer. This is Tiller's first collaboration with Trey, and he sang nothing but praise for the up-and-coming talent. 

"He reminds me a lot of myself, actually,” Tiller said. “Very hands-on with his music, has a good head on his shoulders, [he] stays out of trouble and only wants to make his friends and family proud, and I think he’s doing just that." "Nowhere To Run" exists somewhere between a lovemaking single and a track you can bump while driving at night. "[My manager] Neil played me a beat he got from Vinlyz in Miami a couple [of] months back, and I knew what to do with it immediately," Trey told Billboard. "All I had was the hook when I first played it for Bryson, and he went crazy over it. He laid his verse, and I came back with my own verse, and the rest is history."

Quotable Lyrics
Don't listen to that hoorah
Who's hot, who's not, that's weak
I saw you and told my niggas, 'wait, that's me'
Saw you, and they say you embracing your physique


T.I. Claps Back At Trolls For Body Shaming Wife Tiny Harris: "Yall Got Me Fucked Up" 

tsT.I.'s hard-nosed reputation precedes. Just watching him stop and frisk a Gucci-wearing bystander the other day, loaded up the speedometer. His convictions are rarely ill-conceived. His commentary seldom falls flat, even the stronger impulses of the bunch.

When T.I. uses social media to call foul on society's perceived ills, there's always a sense that fisticuffs or even stronger convictions could pop off at any moment. His words literally jump off the page, and it's not only because he types in all caps 33% of the time.

The activity meter on his Instagram feed has been riotous the past couple days, all stemming from the fact he's been posting pictures of his family. Just two days ago, T.I. was forced to set a troll straight who'd insulted his daughter Zonnique. 

The "sonning" sounded off like a thunderous clap, only to be upstaged by a 2nd "clap back" he mustered 15 hours ago. This time his rant concerned lewd comments that were made about his wife's appearance. She was pictured next to T.I and the rest of the family squadron in the aforementioned family uploads.

"Ok,maybe this is a teachable moment... What do y’all really hope to achieve by coming on my page speaking ill of my wife under a picture of my family???? WTF make y’all think I’m just gon let y’all Try ME & MINES????" he questioned rhetorically.

Several of T.I.'s word selections conveyed a sense of alarm: the inference of a teachable moment, the use of All Caps, and the use of the word "restraint," no different in its essentialist form than i"YALL GOT ME FUCKED UP SHAWTY... Be out here shaped like a whole 2liter Peach Faygo and got the nerve to make critical, disrespectful comments about MINES?!?! I obviously love it and have loved it for over 18yrs now..." he continued.

To cap things off, TIP signaled a beginning of the end: a final threshold of tolerance. At worst, social media runs the risk of losing T.I.'s presence over what... a powderless keg of meaningless insults, I certainly hope not.

Kodak Black Deactivates His Instagram Account 

Every morning the writers here at HNHH embark on their obligatory social media recaps, hunting for any stories that may have developed on Instagram or Twitter overnight. Today, we were shocked to find that Kodak Black has deactivated his Instagram page. The reason for the Floridian to go dark isn't clear, but he has had a controversial week on social media, to say the least. For example, last week, Black took to social media to claim that he punched veteran rapper Sticky Fingaz and pulled out a gun on him. Fingaz has since responded with a diss song. 

Next, Black claimed that he should be respected on the same level as Tupac, Biggie, and Nas... a claim that earned him the wrath of the hip-hop community. While certain rappers, such as Kendrick Lamar or J. Cole, have garnered enough love and respect from the hip-hop community to be compared to some of the late greats, practically no one thinks Black belongs in that conversation. If that wasn't enough, Black then began to take flirtatious shots at Young M.A, who wasn't impressed at all. The internet began to mock Black for his Biggie and Nas comments, and he was universally berated for his Young M.A comments as well. Has all of the online hatred finally gotten to Black?

Kevin Durant Speaks Out On Warriors' 35-Point Blowout Loss To Mavericks 

The Golden State Warriors have won two championships in a row and are the favorite to take the trophy home this year as well. The stacked team of All-Stars are expected to smash all competition, and that's why fans all over the NBA were shocked when the Dallas Mavericks absolutely smacked Golden State on Saturday (March 23). The defending champs loss to the Mavericks while at home in Oakland 126-91. The 35-point loss is Golden State's worst loss since Steve Kerr became the head coach in 2014, and the team's biggest overall loss since 2007. When asked about the game by ESPN, Kerr stated, "Defensively, we were not connected. We weren't talking, and we got off to that slow start. And Dallas is always a hard team to guard -- they execute well, and I think they made 12 3s in the first half, 21 for the game. A lot of miscommunication -- but we just couldn't pull together after that slow start, and we never could get any traction in the game. So, we just got to flush this one down the toilet and move on to tomorrow. Not much else to do." It's weird to hear the Golden State coach talk about the difficulty of playing against a team that drained a flurry of threes.

Kevin Durant wasn't very concerned about the loss though. Speaking with ESPN, Durant stated, "It's not odd at all. I think everybody in that locker room has gotten their asses beat at home before. I know this experience is different, how much winning we've done the last few years. But we're still in the NBA; guys have been a part of terrible games, along with the great games, as well. The good thing about it, we play tomorrow night too." Is it the end of a dynasty? We don't think so. 


A$AP Ferg Teases Imminent A$AP Mob Onslaught "Y'all Have Waited Long Enough" 

A$Ap Ferg was the bearer of good news less than 15 hours ago when he jumped on Instagram to hype up The Mob's re-emergence. He didn't outline any specific details, outside what is in essence, a subtle reminder the collective still exists. The post in question contains an image of him and Rocky wearing matching outfits: yellow truckers, bomber jackets, Nikes, light denim, nothing too crazy.

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And yet, the image is but thumbnail drawing attention to the caption to its right. "We got so much shit we bout to drop on your head tops," A$AP Ferg wrote. "Music on top of music Y'all have waited long enough."

Ferg ain't lying. The last time the A$AP Mob finalized a proper group project, encompassing every member of the fold, it was on August 25, 2017, two months removed from distancing itself from Bari's transgressions, and well before A$AP Ant ejected himself from the cabin. 

Before that, the Mob produced the first of two Cozy Tapes in October, 2016, nearly one year before the second tape came into existence - none of which accounts for the lightly regarded mixtape they published in 2012. How would you like this forthcoming A$AP Mob rollout to play out, hit us with your thoughts?