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Ariana Grande Deletes Mac Miller Tweets After ‘Bulls**t’ And ‘Trash’ Grammys Snub

Ariana Grande’s beef with the Grammys just got more serious.  The “thank u, next” hitmaker angrily tweeted ― then deleted ― choice words for the award show after it snubbed her late ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, in the Best Rap Album category. Miller, whose real name is Malcolm McCormick, died from an accidental overdose of cocaine and fentanyl in September 2018.  “Fuck,” she wrote in a since-deleted tweet, before writing “trash” and “Literal bullshit. Bullshit.” She added that Miller slept in the studio for two months making his final album, “Swimming,” and that she was upset that the Academy invited Miller’s parents to be there.  When a fan pointed out that the Academy invited his parents but didn’t give him an award, Grande responded in agreement.  “This. this is what I meant. Karen ...

Cardi B Becomes First Solo Woman To Win Grammy Award For Best Rap Album

The Grammys like Cardi B and she likes it like that.  The Bronx-born rapper made history at the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday night by picking up the trophy for Best Rap Album, becoming the first solo female rapper to do so in the category’s 20-plus year history. Lauryn Hill won as a member of the hip-hop group Fugees in 1997. It’s not like Cardi B even needed the award given how she’d already shut down the red carpet in a vintage couture gown, followed by a show-stopping performance of her new single “Money.” But nothing could compare to the raw emotion she showed in her acceptance speech.  Besting fellow nominees Nipsey Hussle, Pusha T, Travis Scott and the late Mac Miller, the clearly shocked rapper took the stage to deliver a peak Cardi speech.  Why yes our girls @chloexhalle DID get th...

Ariana Grande Rewrites Her Own Happy Ending On Powerhouse ‘Thank U, Next’

Girl meets boy ― perhaps at a taping of a certain late-night sketch comedy show ― and the two fall in love. They ride off together into a pink-tinted sunset leaving behind a trail of partially sucked lollipops, oversized sweatshirts and broken hearts. Roll the credits, yuh.  When we last heard from Ariana Grande on the vibe-heavy “Sweetener,” she was well on her way to her own happily ever after, having bounced back emotionally and sonically from the 2017 bombing at her Manchester concert by embracing a world turned upside down. The pint-sized pop star, however, was in for a few more turns on life’s spin cycle (speed: unrelenting), as she ended her much-publicized engagement to “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson weeks after ex-boyfriend and rapper Mac Miller died of a fatal overdose....

Ariana Grande Drops New Album With Emotional Song Featuring Mac Miller Sample

Ariana Grande’s song “thank u, next” isn’t just an anthem to ex-lovers ― it was also a warning that she had another album coming. At midnight on Friday, the pop star released her second album in less than a year featuring upbeat bops, heartbreaking ballads, and a whole lot of R&B and hip-hop influence. my album ‘thank u, next’ is out now 🖤 https://t.co/6f2e7jLvfP pic.twitter.com/mRvYsSr1AO — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 8, 2019 While Grande’s 2018 album “Sweetener” featured hits like “God Is a Woman” and “Breathin’”, 2019’s “thank u, next” ― yes, it’s the name of a song and an album ― features the eponymous song and sure-to-be hits like “Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” and “7 Rings.” Coinciding with the drop of the album, the video for “Break Up with Your Girlfriend...

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