Drake Accused Of Biting Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” Outfit

Even though the rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar is seemingly over, their fan bases are still going at it. Most people love to pick sides and go to bat for their beloved artist, celebrity, athlete, etc. Throughout this legendary beef we have constantly seen Lamar’s supporters rip Drake at every turn. For Drizzy, they are still holding out hope and make the case that he won the feud. However, their Canadian superstar has not been doing them any favors. Ever since “Not Like Us” dropped, the multi-hyphenate seems to make questionable decision after questionable decision.

Whether it be removing diss tracks, dropping head-scratching guest performances, and reference tracks leaking, he cannot seem to do anything right. Now, Drake is getting accused by Kendrick’s fans for copying the fit he wore on the cover of Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. The Boy wore this ensemble to Adonis’ recent soccer game, in which the youngster’s mother, Sophie Brussaux, was also in attendance for. Looking at the outfits side by side, we can see why he is being called out.

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Drake’s Outfit Does Look Identical To Kendrick’s

Drake posted the photo seen above on his Instagram with yet another cryptic message. “Goats don’t worry about one trick ponies.” This could certainly be a shot at K-Dot, as this was something that he consistently did even during the battle. If this was an attempt to shush the dead-beat dad claims, it still did not work. Kendrick fans are never going to let him get away easily and this is one clear indicator of that.

What are your thoughts on Drake dressing like Kendrick Lamar did for Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers? Do you think he nearly copied it piece by piece? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments section below. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on in the music world.

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Yung Miami Hit With JT Style-Biting Accusations After Debuting Blonde Hair

Yung Miami and JT have gone through their fair share of ups and downs in the past, and evidently, social media users are willing to take any opportunity to pit the City Girls against each other. Today, for example, the Caresha Please host took to Instagram to share some new photos. In them, she rocks a blonde hairdo complete with a side bang, an edgy black dress, and some bold silver jewelry.

While plenty of fans rushed to the comments section to praise Yung Miami for the photos, others were quick to point out some similarities to a recent post by JT. A few days ago, the “Okay” rapper shared some shots of herself posing on a couch, also sporting bright blonde hair with a side bang. Unfortunately, some critics think Yung Miami’s look was a bit too similar to JT’s for it to be a coincidence.

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Yung Miami Stuns In New Blonde Photos

“That ain’t Caresha that’s Jatavia,” one commenter writes under Yung Miami’s post. “Not the JT wig. Caresha is spiraling,” another says. Various others agreed, prompting Yung Miami’s hairstylist to chime in to clear things up. “Hair by me & Sorry JT did not do this style,” @thetahamanii,” clarified. “Two COMPLETELY different styles.” Regardless, the accusations persist.

Obviously, this isn’t the first time Yung Miami’s sported blonde hair with a side bang, nor is it JT’s. While it’s certainly possible that the “CFWM” performer took a bit of inspiration from her fellow femcee’s look, it’s safe to say that commenters are just trying to stir things up.

Critics Think Yung Miami’s Post Was Too Similar To JT’s

What do you think of social media users accusing Yung Miami of copying JT’s style? Do you agree that their looks were too similar, or are critics just overreacting? Share your thoughts in the comments section down below, and keep an eye on HNHH for more updates.

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Travis Scott Riding Around In A Tank Has Fans Calling Him An ASAP Rocky Copycat Again

Travis Scott and ASAP Rocky are two of the most influential rappers in the modern era. Both of their respective sounds have forged legendary careers for the both of them. However, fans love to make comparisons and these two have been subjected to that since the start. While they do physically look very similar, that is not the only way they get pitted against one another. A good portion of the hip-hop community feels that Scott has been biting Rocky’s style and creative direction. That debate was recently reignited after a video surfaced of the Houston rapper having a blast on a tank.

According to HipHopDX, fans are predicting that this is all for the music video for UTOPIA‘s hit song “FE!N.” If that rings true, Rocky fans and Scott haters are going to have a field day with it. Especially because, the ASAP member featured that iconic armored vehicle in his visuals for “RIOT (Rowdy Pipe’n).” Fans made sure to call that out in the comments, “@asaprocky trav on some riot shi.”

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The Travis & Rocky Comparisons Will Never End

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While people love to fabricate beef about celebrities, Rocky has been feeding into it throughout his career. In a popular sit-down with Hot 97 back in 2016, he saw the vision in the comparison and encouraged others to decide what they believe. “Let the people decide if he a biter or if he authentic.” However, there are times when he is tired of the beef rumors. In a social media post in 2019 he said, ““THAT ME N TRAVIS BEEF SHIT SO PLAYED OUT, LET IT GO.” It will forever be debated on who bit off who until they make music together it seems.

What are your thoughts on Travis Scott riding around in a tank? Do you agree with fans that he is biting ASAP Rocky’s creative flare? Is this rivalry actually real, or is it fan-made? Will this wind up in the music video for “FE!N?” We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Travis Scott and ASAP Rocky. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the world of music.

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NBA YoungBoy “I Rest My Case” Album Review

Over the years, “YB Better” has become both a valid argument supporting NBA YoungBoy’s unwavering dominance and a go-to insult for internet trolls hoping to irritate his contemporaries. Rappers like Kodak Black and Polo G have even vocalized their frustrations with fans spamming “YB Better” under their posts. Nevertheless, that hasn’t stopped YoungBoy from getting in on the fun, too. In the lead-up to his Sincerely, Kentrell album in 2021, he commissioned several “YB Better” billboards across the United States.

Despite the annoying nature of his infamous tagline, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has repeatedly proven he’s better than his competition. With four Billboard 200 chart-toppers on his rapidly growing resume, he is easily one of his generation’s top commercial performers. On the contrary, YoungBoy also doesn’t even seem too concerned with the charts. Last year, the Baton Rouge native sporadically released eight projects, and his fans ate them up with ravenous excitement. Without a doubt, the 23-year-old rapper stayed on top of his game by rewarding his cult following with endless material. Still, dropping projects nonstop can be a death sentence, and the threat of listener fatigue undoubtedly loomed over the horizon. 

Nevertheless, NBA YoungBoy stormed into 2023 by announcing his first new album of the year. Then, on Friday, January 6, he delivered I Rest My Case.

DALLAS, TX – MAY 03: YoungBoy Never Broke Again performs during JMBLYA at Fair Park on May 3, 2019 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
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For his fifth album, YoungBoy made the brilliant creative decision to distinguish his new music from his prolific 2022 output. However, he did so by adopting a sound that’s alien to his discography yet all too familiar to rap fans. Shockingly, I Rest My Case heavily borrows from the alternative, hyper-digital, and punk-rap soundscape of Playboi Carti’s Whole Lotta Red. In fact, one could go as far as to argue that YoungBoy may even be trolling Carti’s once-polarizing style. The cover art features graphics that are practically synonymous with Carti’s fanbase, from bats and coffins to crosses and skulls. In addition to its nearly monochromatic artwork, some of the album’s track titles seem to address the connection to WLR. Obviously, “Red” is the most eye-catching song title, but “Bitch Yeah” also feels obnoxiously reminiscent of Mario Judah’s “Bih Yah.” 

It’s almost like YoungBoy is trying to one-up Carti, who’s easily one of his biggest competitors, on his own turf. As a result, I Rest My Case begs an interesting question: Is YB truly better than any artist he’s put against?

Although it’s a brave and ambitious effort from the Never Broke Again head honcho, I Rest My Case doesn’t yield the definitive answer its title alludes to.

On one hand, YoungBoy’s new album makes for an easy and entertaining listen. The excitement of hearing one of Hip-Hop’s most prominent young acts dive head-first into a new sonic direction pairs well with the comfort of returning to one of rap’s most thrilling new subgenres. In fact, there are several times throughout I Rest My Case where YoungBoy proves that he could excel in the space if he so chose to. 

ATLANTA, GA – NOVEMBER 29: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Rapper NBA YoungBoy performs onstage during Lil Baby & Friends concert to promote the new release of Lil Baby’s new album “Street Gossip” at Coca-Cola Roxy on November 29, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
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On tracks “Louie V,” “Just Like Me,” and “Not My Friend,” he sounds like he’s been doing this forever. In addition to those standout tracks, the skits (“Top Girls,” “Top Haters,” and “I Love YB”) bring IRMC all together.

Still, it would be a lofty statement to say he makes the best version of this style of music. While there are moments when one could entertain the thought of YoungBoy doing Carti better than Carti, they are fleeting. Furthermore, IRMC would largely benefit from a beefed-up presence of songs that feel more authentic to YB’s artistry. Few tracks — including “Double Cup” and “Same Thang” — feel like YoungBoy songs, which diminishes the album’s sense of identity. 

Thus, the album’s strengths directly lead to its most glaring flaws. Love him or hate him, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has consistently been one of the most unique new acts. Without a doubt, many up-and-coming rappers have morphed into mini NBA YoungBoys due to the young rapper’s success and influence. Balanced against the originality of his past work, I Rest My Case feels like a step backward. Hip-Hop has progressed so far that albums like Whole Lotta Red and IRMC can thrive, but some things haven’t changed. For instance, biting still remains a cardinal sin in rap to this day. So while the idea of YoungBoy cosplaying as Carti sounds entertaining, the album feels antithetical to everything that YB has built for himself.

In conclusion, I Rest My Case is a solid and refreshing new offering from NBA YoungBoy, but it’s simply too derivative to stand on its own as a great album.

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Now that you’ve read HNHH‘s review of I Rest My Case, we want to hear from you as well. Are you feeling the Baton Rouge native’s new sound? Does the originality, or lack thereof, affect your ability to enjoy his latest body of work? In the comment section below, let us know your thoughts and opinions on I Rest My Case.

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