Drake headed for #1 with new album and Khia drags Beyoncé and Beyhive claps back

Drake sells 600K+ copies in the first day of his new album,"Views". "Views" is an iTunes exclusive for an entire week before it lands in stores and other streaming apps. Upon its release on April 29, the album and its song titles were all trending on Twitter. Drake samples Brandy on "Fire & Desire" and Mary J. Blige throughout the 20 track. Drake touches on his relationship with Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill. Rihanna, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Future, Pimp C, and OVO artists round out the guest artists. Have you all heard the new Drake album and what do you think of it? In my opinion the album is not bad. I think it takes a couple of listens to fully get into it but reviews for the album have been mixed. But those sales are throughout the roof. In other music news, Khia dragged Beyoncé and Serena Williams on social media over her video for "Sorry" and the Beyhive came back and dragged Khia in return. Even the Game clapped back at Khia for her comments. Why? I don't know but we all know how Game is anyway. I do think everyone is entitled to their opinion and everyone is not going to be a fan of Beyoncé but tell that to the Beyhive. In case you missed it, a few days ago Usher released a semi nude photo on his Snapchat, which I just started following! :) After he received some flack for the picture Usher decided to clap back citing he is not one of these "thick thigh big booty niggas". Ha! Say it like you mean it Ursher! Isn't it time for a new Usher album btw? I wonder is he working on one? Usher's Snapchat is very interesting I will say. He shows us his every move throughout the day as he goes to get shakes, takes his son to his basketball game, at events, etc. Do you all follow any artists on Snapchat? Well until next time folks! Thanks for reading! :) For more music news, gossip, rumors, and my personal commentary check back again! :) D
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