EnjoyTheBEATZ.com Top 10 Remix Chart (based on sales) April 2023
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10. Morgan Wallen – Thinkin’ Bout Me remix
9. Sade – Smooth Operator remix
8. Kool & The Gang – Ladies Night remix
7. Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough remix
6. Eagles – Take It Easy remix
5. The Rolling Stones – Miss You remix
4. Kygo feat Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson – Say Say Say remix
3. Miley Cyrus – Flowers remix
2. SZA vs Usher – I Hate U vs You Make Me Wanna mashup
The NYC icon delivered the project on his 50th birthday, September 14. Magic 3 serves as a gift to Hip-Hop as the genre also celebrates its golden jubilee year in 2023.
The prolific duo shared the album less than two months after the second offering in the Magic series. The 15-track project clocks in at just over 45 minutes and includes only one feature. Lil Wayne makes a guest appearance on track No. 6, “Never Die.”
Nas And Hit-Boy’s Iconic Partnership
Magic 3 marks the end of one of the most prolific partnerships in Hip-Hop, with Nas and Hit-Boy leaving a legacy of two epic trilogies. The dynamic pairing launched their partnership with the Grammy-winning King’s Disease in 2021, with the second in the series arriving later that year. Kings Disease III concluded the series in November 2022.
Nas and Hit-Boy celebrated Christmas 2021 with the first Magic album to kick off their second trilogy series. They dropped the sequel earlier this summer before delivering Magic 3 this week, their sixth album in just three years.
Earlier this year, the Queen’s legend explained he’s returned to the studio with a consistency he hasn’t experienced in 20 years.
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Since then, B.G. has been busy catching up with his friends in the hip-hop community, and hopped on his Instagram Story to share welcome home messages from fans and others.
What Has B.G. Been Doing Since Being Released From Prison?
On Tuesday (Sept. 5), XXL confirmed that B.G. had been released from prison after being incarcerated for almost a decade. In 2012, Baby Gangsta, popularly known as B.G., was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for gun possession and witness tampering. Once B.G. became a free man, Birdman hopped on Instagram Live and recorded himself greeting B.G. at what seems to be an airport, which can be seen below. Additionally, Birdman gifted the New Orleans rapper with an icy pendant.
With his newfound freedom, B.G. has also gotten a chance to catch up with Maino, The Game, Wack 100 and Bun B on FaceTime. The footage can be seen below.
On Sept. 5, Bun B went on Instagram and posted a picture of himself on FaceTime with B.G. and Birdman. Underneath the post, the legendary rapper stated that a Hot Boy Reunion was in the works.
“The call we been waiting for!” Bun B typed in the caption of the post below. “@birdman hit me up to show me @new_bghollyhood is a free man! This put a smile on my face! God is great! Hot Boys reunion coming soon!”
Bun B, B.G. and other members from Hot Boys collaborated on the 1997 track, “I’m Com’n.”
B.G. has also been working on new music. On Wednesday (Sept. 6), the rapper went on Instagram and uploaded a snippet of his upcoming single. In the caption for the post, B.G. hinted at dropping a new record soon.
“The rebirth of the #ComeBackKid #RealN***a Season #OTW,” B.G. typed in the caption of the post below. “The love and support is overwhelming [praying hands emoji].
Thank you for holding a real n***a down. #IAppreciateYOU [100 emoji]. I will not disappoint you #WorthTheWait [music note emoji]. #BGFREE #LivingLegend.”
Additionally, he’s been sharing dozens of messages from fans on Instagram and reposting them on his Instagram stories.
EnjoyTheBEATZ.com Top 10 Remix Chart (based on sales) March 2023
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10. Justin Timberlake vs Shaggy – Can’t Stop The Feeling vs It Wasn’t Me mashup
9. Van Morrison – Brown Eyed Girl remix
8. Justin Timberlake feat Jay Z vs Next – Suit & Tie vs Too Close mashup
7. Prince vs James Brown – Kiss vs Get Up (Sex Machine) mashup
6. Miley Cyrus – Flowers remix
5. Stevie Wonder – Uptight (Everything’s Alright) remix
4. Bruce Springsteen – Dancing in the Dark remix
3. Skrillex, Missy Elliott, Mr Oizo – RATATA remix
2. Ini Kamoze vs Latto, Mariah Carey – Here Comes The Big Energy mashup
ScHoolboy Q’s teaser comes shortly after he debuted a new song during TDE producer Kal Banx’s Boiler Room set in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Q was on stage and rapped some of the lyrics into the mic as the unreleased track played through the speakers. Fellow labelmates Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad and SiR could be seen turning up with him behind the turntables.
The 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop™ will be the most epic year in Hip Hop history! Celebrations will be held all around the world to uplift and honor every aspect of Hip Hop culture. From concerts and tours to battles, competitions and exhibitions, all of your favorite DJs, MCs, Breakdancers, Beatboxers, Graffiti artists and more will show up and show out to make this golden anniversary of Hip Hop culture the most extraordinary year yet.
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In the rec room of an apartment building on Sedgwick Avenue, an eighteen-year-old Clive Campbell throws a back-to-school party with his younger sister Cindy.
Friends and neighbors dance to the familiar sounds of artists like James Brown, Aretha Franklin, and The Meters — only something has changed…
Behind two turntables, Clive, better known as DJ Kool Herc, plays two copies of the same record, a technique known as the merry-go-round where one moves back and forth, from one record to the next, looping the percussion portions of each track to keep the beat alive.
And amongst this community of dancers, artists, musicians and poets…
HIP-HOP IS BORN.
On Monday (July 31), the Georgia native joined Way Up With Angela Yee for a chat, during which he discussed the influence of the now defunct trio. While expressing his appreciation for his former group being featured on Billboard‘s “50 Best Rap Groups” list, he also said that they should’ve been ranked higher than No. 11.
“It depend on how people lookin’ at it,” he explained. “If you talkin’ bout culturally change the sound of music, ’cause then we went past Hip Hop and we went to country and all the different genres … I just feel like we could’ve got Top 5.”
Watch the “Red Room” hitmaker discuss Migos at the beginning of the interview below:
Though Offset does believe that his group belonged higher up on the list, he took no issue with his fellow Southern MCs bagging first place, saying: “I agree with OutKast being No. 1.”
In the same spirit, Rakim recently shared that he had no problem with the Atlanta duo being placed six notches above Eric B. & Rakim on the Billboard list.
The rankings were released in late June, causing heated debates within the Hip Hop community. TMZ caught up with The God MC while he was out in New York a few days after the article was published and got his reaction to both being ranked at No. 7 and being behind André 3000 and Big Boi.
“Nah mean, I’m always gonna say I shoulda been higher, but it’s a blessing to be recognized and it’s a good time to be recognized as well,” Rakim said. “It’s not really my place to say who else deserves or not, but OutKast pushed the envelope, a group that a lot of people got love for. So, you know we have to give the flowers to who earns them.”
Filling in the six notches between Eric B. & Rakim and OutKast are Public Enemy at No. 6, Run-D.M.C. at No. 5, A Tribe Called Quest at No. 4, N.W.A at No. 3 and Wu-Tang Clan at No. 2.
The publication said the criteria for its rankings included: body of work/achievements (charted singles/albums, gold/platinum certifications, other awards), cultural impact/influence (how the group’s work fostered the genre’s evolution), longevity (years at the mic), lyrics (storytelling skills) and flow (vocal prowess).
“Our definition of groups includes duos, proper groups and more nebulous collectives. Most notably, inclusion on this list is based on the accomplishments of the group as a unit — not what the individuals may have separately accomplished. We tried to walk the line between what constitutes a group versus a collective or a crew, though at times that was not entirely clear,” the publication explained.
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