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Today artists are handling more aspects of their career than ever before. They run the finance department, the production department, booking their own shows, etc. It’s not always easy trying to do all this by yourself. But until you get […]
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Nicki Minaj says that Polow Da Don and Da Internz were the only producers of "Anaconda", throwing shade at Eric Bellinger.
Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" continues to serve up headlines and news-worthy articles. After getting a glimpse at the unaltered version of the single artworkthis morning, Nicki took to Twitter to clarify who actually handled the production on "Anaconda."
Following the release of the single artwork (the single was intended to drop on July 28th, but has since been delayed until August 4th), singer/songwriterEric Bellinger stepped forward and spoke on the record, as he alleged that he had helped put the finishing touches on the beat alongside Polow Da Don and Da Internz. According to Nicki, this isn't true– only Polow and Da Internz did the beat.
Eric told MTV News that "she [Nicki] went crazy." He added, "Turn up. That's it. Just turn up. The realest turn up possible."
Nicki called Bellinger "thirsty ass" on Twitter, tweeting, "There are only 2 producers on #Anaconda ~ Polow Da Don & Da Internz. No one else should be out here doing interviews about it. #ThirstyAss."
What do you think is going on here?
— PillsNPotions (@NICKIMINAJ)
Drake makes Billboard history with the most no. 1s on their R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.
The news arrives as Lil Wayne's new single "Believe Me" featuring his YMCMB labelmate Drake enters the no. 1 spot on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Thus Drake nabs his 14th no. 1 record on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, passing Usher who previously held the record with 13 no. 1s. Lil Wayne isn't too far behind, with "Believe Me" acting at his 10th no. 1 single on the chart.
LeBron James has been voted the Most Popular Athlete for the first time in his illustrious career. According to a Harris Poll conducted last month, which sampled 2,241 people in the U.S, James beat out Michael Jordan who reigned supreme from 1993-2005.