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After a relentless beat down from G.O.O.D Music’s very own Pusha T and an unhealthy amount of controversies, the double Drizzy album Scorpion is finally here to be consumed by the general, judgemental public.

Like many of Drake’s albums before, Scorpion has yet again, given us another quick peek at the man behind the curtain. Instead of traditionally attacking back at Pusha T (again) with a track full of pointed fingers, Drake uses the track “Emotionless” to explain himself in a way that only Drizzy can, through emotional bars.

“I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world

I was hiding the world from my kid

From empty souls who just wake up and look to debate

Until you starin’ at your seed, you can never relate.” – Drake (“Emotionless”)

Daytona (iTunes)

In the age of stream trolling and triple-double super albums of nothingness, Pusha T’s seven solid tracks on his latest album Daytona is a breath of fresh air. Essentially, it’s exactly what you’d think a Pusha T album would be. It’s a lyrical ride laced with erratic Kanye West-produced beats where he often talks about his history in the drug game. It may be predictable, but it works.

She’s a dynamic explosion of personality in the Rap game who goes by many names. She’s Nicki Minaj, Nicki Lewinsky, Nicki the Ninja, Nicki the Boss, and Nicki the Harajuku Barbie. But, over the past couple of months, people have just been wondering: “Where’s Nicki?”

Last week, Nicki reminded the world exactly where she was at with the surprise release of her singles “Barbie Tingz” and “Chun-Li.”

Invasion Of Privacy (iTunes)

Ever since Cardi B was educating the youth on Instagram and spitting out gems like “A hoe never gets cold;” I’ve always been rooting for the princess of the Bronx. From stripping, to taking over social media, to Love and Hip-Hop: New York, to the record-breaking track “Bodak Yellow;” Cardi has always found a new, fabulous way to reinvent herself and make that shmoney. With Invasion of Privacy, Cardi has yet again transformed herself away from a supposed “one-hit wonder” to a real artist that can create and produce a solid debut album.