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21 Savage & Metro Boomin’s ‘Savage Mode II’ First Week Projections

21 Savage and Metro Boomin Releases the Highly-Anticipated 'Savage Mode II' Album

21 Savage & Metro Boomin’s second release Savage Mode II dropped this past Friday and has been getting praise from all around.

According to projections posted by Hits Daily Double, the project is on track to secure the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200. They also project that the project will sell between 170-195k in its first week of release with 14,000 – 17,000 in pure album sales.

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This is a major accomplishment for 21 Savage and Metro Boomin. Their first project together, Savage Mode, peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 200. Savage’s last album, I Am > I Was, sold 131,000 first week, 18,000 of which were pure album sales.

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Rubi Rose Shuts Down Age Controversy Over “Bad and Boujee” Video, “I Was 18”

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Rubi Rose Shuts Down Age Controversy Over “Bad and Boujee” Video, “I Was 18”

Rubi Rose has swiftly risen to stardom in recent years, gearing up for the release of her debut album following a string of successful singles. Her journey into the spotlight began with appearances in iconic 2010s music videos. While she made waves in Cardi B’s “WAP,” her initial breakthrough came from her cameo in Migos’ chart-topping hit “Bad and Boujee.”

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Recently, Rose’s appearance on the Joe Budden Podcast sparked a flurry of controversy. During the interview, she mentioned being only 16 when she starred in the “Bad and Boujee” video, igniting a backlash over the perceived inappropriateness of her casting at such a young age. The public outcry was so intense that Rose felt compelled to clarify her statement.

Taking to Twitter, the rapper corrected the record, posting a clip from the podcast with a caption: “I was 18 in the ‘Bad and Boujee’ video y’all,” she wrote. “My bad.” Indeed, the math supports her claim. Born on October 2, 1997, Rose was 18 when the video was filmed and 19 when it was released on October 31, 2016.

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This isn’t the first time Rose’s age has stirred up controversy. In a December 2023 VladTV interview, she hinted at past romantic involvements with rappers Travis Scott and 21 Savage. The interview raised eyebrows as she might have been underage during those relationships. When the interviewer pointed out that she was 21 at the time of the interview, Rose’s evasive reaction added fuel to the speculation.

Internet detectives uncovered old Instagram posts from 2014, liked by Travis Scott, despite Rose being only 16 at the time. They also found a deleted tweet where she implied lying about her age, stating, “Sometimes u have to lie about your age when it comes to NFL players.”

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Currently, Rubi Rose is dating Druski, who is closer to her age at 29, seemingly steering clear of the age-gap controversies that have shadowed her past.

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DJ SKILZ and Summer Lee Carlson Unite to Pioneer a New Era in EDM

DJ SKILZ and Summer Lee Carlson

DJ SKILZ, the distinguished Italian American Club/Scratch DJ and producer renowned as “The Scratch Enforcer,” has joined forces with American expat singer-songwriter Summer Lee Carlson in a transformative musical collaboration. With a global reputation as the “American DJ Scratch Guy,” DJ SKILZ brings his unparalleled scratching expertise to Carlson’s compelling compositions, marking a pivotal moment in the evolution of contemporary EDM.

Based in Cambodia, Summer Lee Carlson blends playful narratives with profound lyrical depth, drawing inspiration from the legacies of influential female vocalists and songwriters. Their collaboration spans six meticulously crafted tracks, each meticulously engineered by DJ SKILZ to amplify Carlson’s exceptional vocal range and expressive storytelling.

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Influenced by the dynamic sounds of Eurodance luminaries like La Bouche and Corona, DJ SKILZ integrates these nostalgic influences with cutting-edge EDM elements. His goal is to encapsulate the infectious energy of classic tracks while infusing them with a modern sensibility that resonates with today’s listeners. Their latest single, “Grace,” released on May 27th, features Carlson’s captivating vocals complemented by a guest appearance from Sparky B, whose dynamic rap verse enriches the track’s genre-defying appeal.

As DJ SKILZ and Summer Lee Carlson continue to push the boundaries of EDM, their collaboration promises to redefine the genre’s landscape. With tracks such as “Feel The Music,” “What You Want,” “Strolling By,” “In The Ground,” and “Why So Serious (Remix)” already resonating with audiences worldwide, their partnership stands as a testament to creative innovation and artistic synergy.

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You can stream and listen to all the singles below on Spotify:

(Feel The Music)

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(What You Want)

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(Strolling By)

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(In the Ground (Edm MIX)

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(Why so Serious (Edm Remix)

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(Grace)

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