NelFly upcoming video release 10/30/2020

Something Wicked this way comes.

Saturday night marked the wrap up of filming for the video ” Doctor”. A collaboration between Alabama artist NelFly and experimental filmmaker Doug Ward. If the behind the scenes photos and teaser reel we got our hands on is any indication of what’s coming, this is a will be a banger. Nelfly has been on the Southeast music scene for several years now. Making a name for himself with a unique style that transcends the standard rap genre cliches and has the potential to reach a much wider audience. He cut his teeth working with people like OxyBeatz, Treble Gang, Bolo the producer, SnizzyOnTheBeat, Twysted genius, 223productions, Fly melodies, and many more . His body of work is available on most major platforms and is well worth checking out.

Doug Ward has been creating a growing buzz in multiple film genres for the last several years. His gritty yet surreal work has ranged from serious documentaries about the American civil rights movement to grindhouse-style horror shorts. Almost completely unknown in the U.S. ( He claims by choice), most of Doug’s accolades have come from places like Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and the Republic of Turkey.
Both of these artists originally came from central Alabama and they seem to have found a common creative space that should lead to something very interesting. From what we know of Doug’s work we expect a very ethereal world with bizarre twists and turns. Combining that with Nelfly’s ability to lift the listener onto a musical journey and this has the potential to be one of the most interesting video drops this year.

Video drops 10/30/2020

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Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Bred” Continues To Be A Juggernaut

The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Bred” has been one of the most popular Yeezy models in the world over the last four years and in 2020, it continues to receive praise. While the new offerings are appreciated, Yeezy knows just how much sneakerheads love some of the older colorways, which has led to plenty of restocks over the years. The latest offering to get such a restock is the aforementioned black and red “Bred” model.

If you’re unable to cop a pair during the official restock on Saturday, well, you can always rest assured that StockX has you covered. For the most part, this sneaker has retained its high value over the years, with some sizes selling for double the $220 USD retail price. For instance, those with small feet within the Size 4-6 range can expect to pay between $475 and $515 USD. If you fall within the normal men’s sizes, then prices remain fairly consistent, with an average price of around $410 USD.

There have been numerous Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorways to release this year although it remains clear that the “Bred” restock will be among the best Yeezy releases of the year. With this in mind, be sure to check out StockX if you find yourself feeling nostalgic and want to grab a pair for your collection.

Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2

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Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
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Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
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Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
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Lazarus, Doctor-Turned-Rapper, Spits Rhymes About COVID Vaccine In “Trap City”

This year has been absolutely wild for too many reasons. For the first time ever really, we’ve been forced to stay at home with nowhere to go– not even the movie theater or Denny’s. There’s a virus in the air that has taken over this entire year, forcing countries to lock down as many of us live through our first-ever pandemic.

COVID-19 has not been fun, limiting just about everything that we can do to entertain ourselves. Shows are canceled, restaurants are closed, and the four walls of our homes are closing in quickly. 

Lazarus, also known as Dr. Khan from Detroit, has been writing through the pandemic to keep busy, reflecting on how coronavirus has changed his life (and everyone else’s) for the worse. The doctor-turned-rapper, who has worked with Royce Da 5’9″, Ghostface Killah, Hopsin, and more, is returning with his latest visuals for “Trap City” which is all about the COVID-19 outbreak and the vaccine in development.

Photo credit: Lauren Constable

“Is there a vaccine coming, or are we just gonna keep benefiting mask developers? They plottin’ to kill us til ain’t no one left,” raps Lazarus on the record, which is available across all DSPs. The song finds inspiration in the widespread joblessness caused by the virus, as well as other standout moments that happened this year, like the worldwide protests following George Floyd’s police killing. The video was released via KYYBA Films.

It’s a mirror of the times we’re living in right now. Check it out below.

Saweetie Calls Out Record Label For Releasing Her Music Early: “I Feel Disrespected”

New Music Friday has been a less joyous occasion for Saweetie this week, after her record label, Warner Records, allegedly released her music prematurely. She took to Twitter late last night to expose the label for having a “thirst for clout.”

Her brand new track, “Best Friend” featuring Doja Cat was supposedly meant to be released later on. According to Saweetie’s tweet, she already had a “dope rollout” plan in place for it for a later date. To add insult to injury, she revealed that the label released the wrong version of the track as well. 

“I am extremely disappointed in my label for prematurely releasing a single I was so excited about,” she wrote. “I feel disrespected. I’m hands on with ALL of my creative & had such a dope rollout for “best friends”. The thirst for clout & $ is real & it overrides the artists’ art.” She continued to vent her disbelief, noting, “We put so much work into the visual & we shot for days for this super cinematic girl anthem. And for this to happen? wow.”

“The wrong version at that smh. Like wtf???,” she added. The “Tap In” rapper is far from the first artist to swerve the shady politics of a big-name record label for the sake of maintaining her artistic integrity and keeping it real with her fans. Back in June, Wale spoke out on Twitter, revealing his disappointment over his manager has been doing the “bare minimum.”

Jim Jones Explains Why Dipset Will Never Battle G-Unit

Ever since Gucci Mane and Jeezy used the Verzuz platform to squash a fifteen-year-old and notably violent beef, many have wondered whether competitive hit battles truly hold the key to rap game harmony. And though such a conclusion is unlikely, that hasn’t stopped speculation that former foes could one day share the stage for our collective entertainment.

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Prince Williams/WireImage/Getty Images

During a recent appearance on the Joe Budden Podcast, Jim Jones mused on the possibility of a Dipset Vs. G-Unit battle, after Joe, Rory, and Mal raised the topic with Swizz Beatz. Now, for those who don’t know, 50 Cent and Jim Jones aren’t exactly the best of friends, having exchanged words several times, even as recently as this year — the animosity has been long-running, the result of a heated feud between G-Unit and Dipset that once prompted Cam’ron to taunt Fif with a notorious and condescending “Curtis” on Hot 97. Suffice it to say, the history between the legendary New York crews isn’t exactly rosy.

From the sound of it, Jim Jones agrees with that assessment, showing reluctance to speak on a hypothetical Verzuz against G-Unit. As he frames it, there’s simply not enough camaraderie to imbue the battle with the gravity it deserves. “People would love to see Dipset vs. G-Unit, but I doubt that would happen,” explains Jones. “There’s no camaraderie. What we gonna listen to twenty 50 Cent records pretty much? But let me stop taking jabs.” He does, however, acquiesce that a match-up against The LOX would be far more appropriate, given their shared similarities.

“If there were a chance for the G-Unit thing would happen, it wouldn’t exactly count it out,” says Jones. “I’d say it would probably be even more aggressive than even the Jezzy-Guwup Verzuz. I wanna wrestle and fight and shit.” Check out Jim Jones’ call into the Joe Buden Podcast below, kicking off around the eight-minute mark. Were the two crews to defy expectation and actually face-off, who do you think would take it down? And if it doesn’t happen, there’s always the chance we see Jones facing off with French Montana. 

Lil Uzi Vert Spices Up JT’s G-Wagon With Fresh Upgrades For Her Birthday

JT wanted her Mercedes G-Wagon customized for her birthday, asking her rumored on-again-off-again boyfriend Lil Uzi Vert to get the whip wrapped. Baby Pluto ended up surprising the rapper with much more, setting her up with some new wheels, a new body kit, and a diamond-encrusted nameplate to let everybody know who’s behind the wheel at all times.

Lil Uzi Vert may be going out sad after Rihanna and A$AP Rocky seemingly confirmed their relationship, posting pictures of them together and stating that he couldn’t believe the betrayal from his dream girl, but he’s also seemingly still romantically involved with JT of the City Girls, proving that by getting the rapper’s ride pimped out for her birthday.

Continuing their ever-confusing romantic storyline, it looks like Uzi just dropped some major coin to customize JT’s G-Wagon after the star asked for it to be wrapped in a matte-black paint job. 

“I simply asked for my car to be wrapped matte black & it came back like this,” she wrote on Instagram, showing the decked-out new-and-improved version of her everyday car. “The one & only 4×4 NEW body with the Brabus kit!!!!! Pull up G WAG 63!!!!!! thanks lil [Pluto].”

While JT did not confirm that the gift came from Lil Uzi Vert (of course… gotta keep us all in suspense), she did include the planet emoji at the end to signal that her spacey rumored boyfriend was behind the new customizations.

JT celebrated her 28th birthday this week, also receiving some dope gifts from her partner Yung Miami. Happy birthday, JT!

19-Year-Old Man Shot Following A Heated Exchange Of Words” At A Gas Station In Philadelphia!

On Saturday, November 21, 2020 at approximately 11:20 pm, the victim, a 19-year-old male, was inside the gas station located at 100 West Queen Lane. The male offender then entered and the two appeared to have a heated exchange of words. The offender and the victim were both armed with handguns. As the victim exited the store, the offender shot him several times. Posted by JR