SZA has spent the sixth week in a row at the top of the Billboard Hot 200 album chart, bringing her very close to Usher’s record of seven weeks in a row in 2004.

Her second studio album, titled “SOS,” debuted at the top of Billboard’s chart for the week ending January 19, earning an additional 119,000 equivalent album units. About 160,1 million of the album’s 23 tracks were streamed.

SZA’s latest chart victory makes her the only female artist to do so since Britain’s Got Talent’s Susan Boyle did so with her debut album between December 2009 and January 2010 (six weeks at the top). The latest projects by Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, and Drake & 21 Savage join SZA and Swift in the Top 10 of the Hot 200 chart this week.

There is only one week left before SZA breaks a record set by Janet Jackson in 1993. It’s worth noting that SOS has now become the only R&B album by any act to spend this much time at No. 1.

SZA’s next two goals are to surpass the records set by Usher (whose Confessions was the last R&B album to hit No. 1 nine times, albeit not in consecutive weeks) and Drake (whose Views topped the Hot 200 for 13 weeks, albeit not in a row, in 2016).

Top Dawg Entertainment president Terrence “Punch” Henderson thanked everyone involved in making SZA’s long-awaited follow-up to 2017’s Ctrl in a heartfelt tweet last week, reflecting on the commercial success of SOS.

“Man. He later added, “Sitting here contemplating all the success and conversation surrounding SOS.” “This is the most incredible dream. I just wanted to take a moment and express my gratitude to everyone who has played a part in making this project a success. Thank you so much; your efforts are greatly valued.

Numerous achievements have been marked in SZA’s career since the release of her second album on December 9. SOS not only debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, but it also debuted at No. 1 on Spotify’s Top Artists Global daily chart, making Shirt’s singer the first female artist to ever do so. She displaced Bad Bunny at the top of the fan-voted chart, making history as the first Black female artist to do so.

SZA’s work on the album’s songs has also been praised. In the first week of the album’s release, 20 of the 23 tracks appeared on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, with “Kill Bill” and “Nobody Gets Me” both cracking the top ten.

SZA released a Kill Bill-themed music video for the song of the same name on January 11. Christian Breslauer’s clip opens with SZA receiving a breakup letter from her boyfriend, who also orders his crew to shoot up the trailer home they were sharing.


Despite being rumoured to have been left off of the album’s December 20th, 2022 track listing, Drake has praised SZA’s ‘SOS.’

A nod to her role in the original film, Vivica A. Fox gives the singer a ride to an undisclosed location, where she helps SZA recover.

Before embarking on her tour of vengeance, the TDE singer sorts out her business and arms herself. In an animated scene where she ultimately triumphs, she defeats a gang of sword-wielding thugs and rescues her boyfriend.

Since its release, the music video for “Kill Bill,” which includes a clip from “Seek & Destroy” and footage of a naked SZA hanging from the ceiling while she sings the song’s lyrics, has amassed over 13 million views on YouTube.

Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll, legally know as Jason Deford,
(Born December 4, 1984),
an American rapper/vocalist/songwriter.

For about 12 years he spent his time in and out of the jail system until later was awoken after being informed that he had a daughter and wanted to be a good father.
Jelly Roll is now married to Bunnie DeFord aka Bunnie XO, and two children to his previous relationship

Around 2005 with the support of Lil Wyte and Haystak, his collaborations team, Jelly Roll began rapping and it rapidly boosted his popularity. In 2011 he joined Wyte and BPZ in the group SNO and the group released Year Round, an album on the Three 6 Mafia-affiliated label Hypnotize Minds, which was produced by DJ Paul and Juicy J.

Jelly Roll released many mixtapes including the Gamblin’ on a Whiteboy series and the Therapeutic Music series. His independently released debut solo studio album The Big Sal Story was released on October 26, 2012. He released two collaborative albums with Haystak, two collaborative albums with Lil Wyte, four collaborative albums with Struggle Jennings and one album under the group SNO with Lil Wyte and BPZ.

The Old Men “Northern Boys” Party Time Rap Song on YouTube Was an Electrifying Entertainment Piece Done Well by Academically Educated Artists.

The song that the Northern Boys are well known for on YouTube is known as “Party Time”. It reached 400 000 views in weeks on the platform, touting usage of several drugs and alcohol – along with masturbation on a tree.

While on the tree, he takes a shit and a piss at the same time as jerking some beef as described by the lyrics. These scenarios play on ones mind creating scenes which one would not dare see on a regular day on Monday.

Party Time on YouTube With Old Men

We will get back to analysing this Holy Grail of art in a modern age done by two the age of your grandfather. The pattern is quite similar in their next single, using relevant themes and further adding to the exaggeration of the situation. They are youthful at heart, living their life with YOLO printed on the outside of hypothetical sunglasses worn tight on their face blinding them to continue their silly escapade.

One watching YouTube listening to the two Northern Boys would think wow, what an icon to behold – at that age they are rocking it harder than what you’d think most older citizens would, is this good for their health?

But stuff it, lets cheer them on and give them a share. Go live your life to the fullest now if you havent before, why not “Party Time, Lets get the drugs out”, why not “Wanna make love, get your muffs out”.

These lyrics are tasteful to the youth “shockingly” right? We hear what the youth are like these days, hell we know what we were like as a youth in our day and some still continue on with the habits that might stick till we die hard.

Its sad we can relate to such a piece, but it is an eye opening bit of entertainment that is satyrised, yes satyrised in the sense that it is not the norm. It is exaggerated and can only reach that effect due to the two artists age and lines deemed controversial due to their maturity. Why are they still doing drugs, partying, experimenting and acting depressingly rebellious in style?

Go out with a bang? Middle finger up? Crazy cooks? Or an ironic take to get attention on a matter that may just be considered normal if they were the regular culprits. The youth with a disease that holds them by the throat and drives them to commit actions that may be deemed wrong but buried without proper care.

The youth in consequence to this action, grow to be adults that may be dysfunctional and depressed, anxious and paranoid, addicted to substances, partying like they used to. They are stuck in a perpetual cycle of negative outcomes.

Norman Pain, he is known for pieces like this

Old Man After Party Time YouTube

Serious? Yes he is, it may just be like this for some and portraying the problem vibrantly with confidence might just leave some more than entertained and inquisitive to this situation.

If the younger generation were do these scenes, they are attention seeking and need to grow up.

But we look further in the ironic take of the Northern Boys, following the exact same structure and accruing incredible attention on YouTube due to the unheard of nature of these elderly men.

Enjoy your moments, take care, don’t get caught up and be happy at any age? No.. Just be cautious and don’t fall into certain traps that may lead to you living a life you might regret.

The teachers have layed the concepts down for you to analyse and take what you need to learn to make better decisions.

Pain and strife.

Wave Racer Returns With Lively New Single “Auto”

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Alok & Sevenn Drop New Song “The Wall” Recreating The Pink Floyd Classic

Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” is one of those classics that, even if you don’t know who sings it or what the song is called, you know the song inside an out. It’s been played on radio stations for decades (the album will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year) to the point that even just snippet will be enough to trigger recognition.

Now, Alok and Sevenn have taken the classic and re-tooled it for the dance floor with a modern twist. However, what originally sounds like a sample is actually a complete recreation. According to Billboard, Alok recorded a new selection of British schoolkids to sing the iconic line, “We don’t need no education…”

“This song is timeless, it never gets old,” Alok said of Waters’ composition, from whom he also received approval for the recreation. “I love the hook. It makes people get nuts [on the dance floor].”

The new cut is disco, it’s dance, it’s fun and fresh… check it out below.

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