Hip Hop Beats: Cardi B, City Girls & More!
CARDI B PLANNING AN ALL-FEMAE RAP COLLAB: Cardi B wants to do an all-female rap collab, inspired by Lil' Kim's 1997 record, "Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix)" featuring Missy Elliott, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Da Brat and Angie Martinez. During a recent radio interview, Cardi said, "I want to do this remake, not of like ‘Ladies Night,' but it's definitely a Lil' Kim song inspired." She said she has a few rappers in mind, but wouldn't spill the beans. She continued, "I ain't gonna say it, but I definitely got like a couple of people. I will say it, but it's a secret. I got a couple of people in mind." The rapper added, "I know I'm gonna make it happen. It's very specific. I really been having this idea. It's an idea from a Lil' Kim song that I've been wanting to do for a very long time. And I want to put like four female rappers, and then I wanna put one female rapper that is not signed. That idea that I have is really dope and I know it's gonna happen."
JT OF CITY GIRLS TO BE RELEASED NEXT MONTH: Looks like JT of the City Girls may be getting released next month. According to Madamenoire, Yung Miami's sister did an Instagram Q&A, where she revealed the news. A fan asked for an update on JT's release and Yung Miami's sister responded, saying, "I don't know the date, but I know one day next month."
RODDY RICCH REPORTEDLY ARRESTED ON FELONY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGES: Roddy Ricch was reportedly arrested for felony domestic violence after having an argument with his girlfriend earlier this week. According to TMZ, law enforcement sources said that things got heated between the Compton rapper and his girlfriend on Sunday (August 11th) at his Los Angeles home. The rapper has been accused of grabbing and putting his hands on his girlfriend. The alleged victim didn't need medical attention and the rapper was released on $50,000 bond.
MEGAN THEE STALLION'S ‘HOT GIRL SUMMER' VIDEO SHOOT SHUT DOWN BY POLICE: TMZ has reported that the video shoot for Megan Thee Stallion's record, "Hot Girl Summer" was shut down by police. Apparently, the video shoot took place in the Mount Olympus section of Los Angeles, near Hollywood Hill last Friday (August 9th). However, the site reports that she did not have proper permits. Law enforcement sources said that someone called the police to the video shoot, and it was later discovered that production didn't have the necessary paperwork. Megan was able to relocate the shoot to another location about 50 miles East of Los Angeles in Chino Hills. The video is still scheduled to be released as planned.