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Kehlani Announces The ‘Blue Water Road Tour’ With Rico Nasty And Destin Conrad

Kehlani just recently released their new album Blue Water Road, the follow-up to the 2020 LP It Was Good Until It Wasn’t. Though the album conveys a chapter of serenity and happiness for Kehlani, the promotion cycle was quite the opposite with uncomfortable interviews leading to their decision to no longer do interviews anymore.
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The Smoker's Club Festival 2022 Recap: Larry June, Danny Brown, Rico Nasty and More

Nestled in the cozy daze of San Bernardino, California was The Smoker’s Club Festival, bringing the heat in more ways than one. Thousands flocked to the Glen Helen Amphitheater to turn up the weekend after Coachella for even more festival shenanigans. In a packed one-day affair, cult favorite rappers performed alongside seasoned veterans and newcomers. Below, check out some of our favorite shots and read more about our favorite sets from The Smoker’s Club Fest.
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Rico Nasty – “Vaderz” (Feat. Bktherula)

Rico Nasty released her excellent album Nightmare Vacation at the end of 2020, and since then, she’s been steadily cranking out one-off singles: “Magic,” “Buss,” the Flo Milli collab “Money.” Rico, who performed with Doja Cat at Coachella this past weekend, is reportedly gearing up to release a new mixtape. Today, she’s dropped another new single, a collaboration with ascendant Atanta rapper Bktherula.

Rico Nasty and bktherula share “Vaderz”

Rico Nasty and Atlanta rager bktherula are a mighty tag team on new song "Vaderz." The new track is set to appear on Rico's upcoming project Rx and comes with a video co-directed by the artist alongside Marco Alexander. You can see that above. Last year Rico Nasty shared Rx...

R&B/Hip-Hop Fresh Picks of the Week: Rico Nasty, Josh Levi, Kay Flock & More

Click here to read the full article. It’s hump day and 4/20?! Sounds like the perfect time to deliver the freshest R&B/Hip-Hop tracks from the past week (and a half). In honor of today’s festivities, we high-lighted smoking hot drill tracks by 26AR and Kay Flock, soothing R&B ballads by Josh Levi and Tanerélle and everything in between. Don’t forget to share the wealth with our Spotify playlist, linked below. Josh Levi, “Vices” On “Vices,” Josh Levi is letting go of a toxic relationship. “I been putting down my vices/ AndIi’m having a good time alone losing, you/ Lowered all of the...

Doja Cat joined by Rico Nasty and Tyga at ‘iconic’ Coachella set, performs unreleased song

Doja Cat brought two of her collaborators onstage during her Coachella performance last night (April 17) and treated fans to a new, unreleased song. The singer and rapper was joined by Rico Nasty for ‘Tia Tamera’, a single taken from the deluxe version of Doja’s debut album ‘Amala’. Tyga also made an appearance for the remix version of ‘Juicy’, which features on Doja’s 2019 second album ‘Hot Pink‘.

Watch Doja Cat Debut New Songs, Bring Out Tyga and Rico Nasty at Coachella 2022

Doja Cat made her true Coachella debut on Sunday night, performing tracks off last year’s Planet Her and more. She debuted the new “Hound Dog”–interpolating song “Vegas”—which is set to appear in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis—and was joined by Tyga and Rico Nasty for performances of “Juicy” and “Tia Tamera,” respectively. She closed the set with a preview of another new song. Watch her set below and follow along with all of our Coachella 2022 coverage.

Rico Nasty Joined Doja Cat For A Supercharged Performance Of ‘Tia Tamera’ At Coachella 2022

By now, everyone is quite familiar with the scramble that Coachella organizers were facing when Kanye West opted to pull out of his headlining performance at the festival. After what can only be described as an extremely troubling reaction to his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, and her new relationship with Pete Davidson, the rapper finally stopped his incessant attacks on the pair, and is now reportedly taking so much needed time off to get himself right. For that, we all applaud him. But the Yeezy-sided gap in the lineup was not going to fill itself, and eventually, organizers nailed down The Weeknd to take on the role.