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j. cole and k. michelle have top album debuts and lil' wayne is sorry 4 the wait

MUSIC NEWS: J. Cole's new album 2014 Forest Hills Drive debuts at #1 with 371K copies making it the highest selling rap album this year. K. Michelle's new album Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart debuts with 87K copies making it her second #1 R&B album this year. Next week Nicki Minaj is said to debut with 165K copies of her The Pink Print album and D'Angelo's surprise album is likely to top 100K copies. With all this new music out, what are you guys listening to? Personally I'm not interested in any of the albums mentioned above but congratulations to all the artists. SORRY FOLKS:  Speaking of new projects Lil' Wayne is said to release Sorry 4 The Wait 2 to coincide with the possible release of his withheld album The Carter V. As we all know Lil' Wayne has been embroiled in a feud with his label Cash Money. Nicki Minaj appeared on Watch What Happens Live tonight and she was asked about the fallout and she said she hopes it works itself out. MURDA IS THE CASE: Bobby Shmurda was arrested along with his GS9 crew after what's being described as a long term investigation against Bobby and the associated members of his entourage. Weapons were seized at the time of the arrest. The arrest includes a number of things such as violent behaviors as well as narcotics trafficking. Wow! That's crazy to me. Here we have rapper whose huge on the scene and who possibly had one of the hottest and most popular songs this year get arrested. All I can say is wow! Till next time folks! 
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