Young Devyn Is Back Again With “Baby Goat 2”

Young Devyn’s keeping her foot on the gas with the release of her latest body of work, Baby Goat 2. The eight-song follow-up to 2021’s highly acclaimed EP showcases her maturity and captures her growth. The album boasts some impressive collaborations — a sign that she’s certainly leveling up. Devyn trades bars with the likes of Fivio Foreign, Capella Grey and Kenzo B appear across the project’s tracklist.

She described the body of work as an “update on her life” for all of her supporters who’ve followed her career over the years. Furthermore, it’s a representation of her rags-to-riches story.

“Baby Goat 2 tells a story of a young girl coming out of a very boxed-in environment & becoming something of herself. With this project, I speak on topics that I didn’t specifically mention on the first EP because I wanted to give my supporters a real in-depth journey into my growth from project to project,” she said of the project. “This is my way of giving everybody an update on where I’m at in my life and bring that representation for young people just like me on their grind. A true story. The production is elevated, I got nicer, and that hunger is back. Baby Goat 2 about to run the city!”

Check the project and tracklist below.

  1. All Gifted
  2. Rap Sheet ft. Kenzo B.
  3. Decisions
  4. Toxic
  5. Cruise Control ft. Capella Grey
  6. Outside ft. Fivio Foreign
  7. Real Love
  8. How I Did It

Nicki Minaj Brings Out G Herbo, Bia, Fivio Foreign, And Lil Uzi Vert During Her Rolling Loud New York Performance

Nicki Minaj‘s headlining set at Rolling Loud New York was a celebration of her hits, both old and new. Over the course of her career, spanning over 15 years, Minaj has become a force in hip-hop with her several solo hits and her iconic collaborations.

Reuniting with her “Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix)” collaborator, Bia, the two performed the remix of Bia’s breakthrough hit, “Whole Lotta Money.”

During the night, Minaj was also joined by Lil Uzi Vert, as they performed their remix of Uzi’s 2017 hit, “The Way Life Goes,” which contains a prominent sample of “Landslide” by Oh Wonder.

Earlier this year, Minaj dropped a series of collaborations, including one with Fivio Foreign called “We Go Up.” Fivio joined Minaj on stage tonight for a performance of the New York drill track.

One of Minaj’s most famous underground collaborations is 2014’s “Chiraq,” which featured a then-unknown G Herbo. Herbo surprised the audience tonight as he joined Minaj on stage to perform “Chiraq.”

Also during the night, Minaj performed some of her mixtape classics, like “Itty Bitty Piggy” from her 2009 mixtape, Beam Me Up, Scotty.. She also performed an acapella rendition of fan-favorite “Moment 4 Life” from her debut album, Pink Friday.

In clips shared by fans, Nicki is seen performing to an energetic audience, the members of which appear to know all the words to the songs in Minaj’s massive catalog.

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[WATCH] Rowdy Rebel Drops ‘Paid Off’ Video Featuring Fivio Foreign

Rowdy Rebel Drops 'Paid Off' Video Featuring Fivio Foreign

Rowdy Rebel has dropped the new music video for “Paid Off,” featuring Fivio Foreign.

The video, which was directed by Rowdy’s frequent partner G Train Productions, may be his most action-packed presentation to yet. He, Fivio, and two female accomplices in masks carry off a high-stakes, large-scale bank robbery. As the police realize what is going on, the action continues, leaving them in the dust.

You can see the full video below.

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Rowdy Rebel And Fivio Foreign Pull A Perfect Heist In Their Frenetic ‘Paid Off’ Video

No matter who they are or where they’re from, rappers love a good heist movie. Bank robberies form the foundation music videos from rappers from all over the map, from Atlantans like 21 Savage and Gunna to Memphians Key Glock and NLE Choppa, Californians like Nipsey Hussle and YG, and even Brits like Skepta. So when New Yorkers Rowdy Rebel and Fivio Foreign hold up a financial establishment in the video for “Paid Off” from Rowdy’s debut album Rowdy Vs. Rebel, they’re contributing to a long, proud tradition of would-be outlaws doing their best Public Enemies impression.

Decked out in all-black Nike tech fleece sweatsuits — ’tis the season, now we can really start dressin’ — with matching Nike ski caps, the two John Dillingers menace the customers and staff with long guns while their scantily-clad accomplices tote pistols and harlequin masks. I suppose there are no worries about picking those booties out of a lineup — especially since Rowdy and Fivio are apparently in that class of rappers whose idea of a happy ending is the robbers getting away scot-free at the end.

Rowdy is clearly having a lot of fun with this whole “free from prison” thing. Now he only plays a criminal on TV, which seems a lot less risky. You can catch Rowdy (if you can) in his video above.

[WATCH] Fivio Foreign’s BM Claims He’s Been “On The DL” For Two Years

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The Brooklyn Drill scene has been led by Fivio Foreign for the past year, but between contractual disagreements between him and Ma$e becoming public and his beefs with Brooklyn Drill rapper 22Gz and disgraced rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, the las thing Fivio needs is beef with his baby mama.

Recently, Fivio’s BM, Jasmine Giselle, took to her IG to accuse the “City Of Gods” rapper of being “on the DL” and used her personal, intimate experiences with him to confirm her allegations.

“It was mad gay sh*t on his porn history,” Jasmine said. “This was happening for two years already…while we were f*cking…he would f*ck up as in the first couple times, I was like ‘Yo, he’s just f*cking up.’ I didn’t think nothing of it. I’m saying f*ck up as in…you know we talk when we f*ck, we talk nasty. So, instead of saying, ‘This is my p*ssy,’ he’ll say, ‘This is my d*ck or give me that d*ck.’ At first, I was like, ‘You know maybe because I’m saying d*ck, he’s saying d*ck after me, probably confusing it.’ Like, I’m not thinking nothing of it, I’ve never experienced anything like that with a DM n*gga…”

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New Music Friday: Pi’erre Bourne Drops “Good Movie,” Logic’s “Peanuts”, Freddie + Moneybagg Yo’s “Too Much” & More!

Lil Baby x Fivio Foreign x Yeat

It has been quite an eventful week in hip-hop. From Kanye’s social media war to Jay-Z cementing his place in the rap game with a one-time take of his verse on DJ Khaled’s new album. But it’s finally Friday, and here we are with your weekly dose of new music with offerings from Pi’erre Bourne’s […]

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Fivio Foreign Flexes His Several Remarkable Accomplishments On His ‘God Did’ Freestyle

Just less than a week after DJ Khaled dropped his 13th studio album, God Did, Fivio Foreign has shared a freestyle of the album’s title track. Despite only putting out one major label album, Fivio has become one of the most prolific rappers in the game right now, by way of his several guest verses.

The Brooklyn drill rapper has collaborated with several of hip-hop’s heavy hitters, and he lists some of his most notable collabs in his freestyle.

“I did Drake / I did Ye / I did Nas / I did Alicia Keys / I did Mary J. Blige / I did Nicki Minaj / I went verse for verse with the top legends and survived,” he raps.

He also takes time to remind us that he has a fan in none other than the Queen Bey herself, Beyoncé.

“I even sampled one of Beyoncé’s best,” he raps, referring to the fact that he sampled Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name” on his B.I.B.L.E. cut, “What’s My Name?” He also shouted Bey out for using one of his catchphrases, “demon time,” on the “Savage” remix with Megan Thee Stallion.

Elsewhere in the freestyle, Fivio thanks Khaled for coining the “God Did” catchphrase on a song called “B.I.B.L.E. Talk” from Fivio’s B.I.B.L.E. album.

Check out Fivio Foreign’s “God Did” freestyle above.

The Best New Music This Week: Lil Yachty, Offset, Anitta, and More

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  • Internet Money f/ Lil Yachty, “Codeine Cowboy”


  • Offset, “54321” 


  • Anitta f/ Missy Eliott, “Lobby” 


  • Fivio Foreign, “London Freestyle”


  • Larry June f/ Syd, “For Tonight” 


  • 42 Dugg, “IDGAF”


  • Chief Keef, “Chief So”


  • Key Glock, “From Nothing”