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A music video for the mid-tempo sexy track, set to appear on the former Disney darling's upcoming album, has been previewed and is expected to be premiered in full in the coming days.
A Sacramento radio host says that the singer's new single, due out next week, will have guest appearance from the rapper.
Other newcomers in the top 10 are Boosie BadAzz's 'Touch Down 2 Cause Hell' and Hillsong United's 'Empires' that debut at No. 3 and No. 5 respectively.
'I'm not saying she's a terrible person, I'm just saying that when I was in a relationship and I did things with her that I wasn't supposed to do, she had a big mouth,' the rapper explains.
The rapper's sophomore effort, which arrives a week earlier than scheduled, features 18 songs including 'Better Things' on which he says the British singer 'got a big mouth.'
The song was first performed live by the A$AP Mob member at Coachella earlier this year.
Lisamarie Wade has filed a lawsuit against the rapper, saying that he smacked her for no apparent reason during his set at last year's Made in America festival in Philadelphia.
The clip, based on the song's lyrics, sees the two rappers being surrounded by a bunch of twerking ladies.
According to some sources, the rapper and the British model are engaged to marry, but they want to keep the news for themselves for now.
A contributor for Noisey reports that the Toronto MC and the Harlem native shot the music video for 'Wu-Tang Forever (Remix)' on a Harlem rooftop.
In the new version, Cole makes a response to Kendrick Lamar's 'Control' verse while Pusha T makes a reference to his 'best album of the year,' 'My Name Is My Name'.
The organizers of music festival at York University decide to cancel the rapper's appearance after learning that he has been charged with criminal battery for slapping a fan at a recent concert.
A lady claims she suffered whiplash after the MC hit her face while making his way through the crowd.
When asked about K.Dot's 'King of New York' claim, the 'F**kin' Problems' rapper responds, 'You smoking crack. You crazy.'
In a video, the Harlem rapper is seen slapping a woman's face after she taps his head to grab his attention.