Ozuna is the king of YouTube based on a report filed by Forbes. The controversial Puerto Rican Reggaeton star magnate has simply surpassed Justin Bieber for many movies with a billion views, at seven and counting. Mind you, he holds the excellence with an asterisk of types - the most recent video of his to surpass the billion mark is inherently a DJ Snake document with allotted vocal elements sung by Cardi B, Selena Gomez and himself. We've all heard "Taki Taki," and so have a billion other people.
The rating reads Ozuna 7-6 Justin Bieber, with each artists boasting four particular person scores, the remaining movies showcase them as "featured artists." To mark the event, the newly-minted King of YouTube celebrated his milestone on Instagram 5 days in the past, when the document was formally set in stone. His message begins with a nod to the God Almighty and ends on an appreciative tone, in direction of who else: the Ozuna followers who flooded YouTube the World over.
The different 6 music movies in Ozuna's tally are as follows: "Criminal" that includes Natti Natasha at 1.7 billion, in addition to "Te Bote Remix," "El Farsante" that includes Romeo Santos, Chris Jeday's "Ahora Dice," Wisin's "Escápate Conmigo," and "Se Preparó" which he performs all by his lonesome.
NBA Youngboy Has Been YouTube’s "Top Artist" In The USA For 101 Weeks
NBA Youngboy is the King of YouTube in America, and he is accomplished it with little to no assist.
Youngboy Never Broke Again is the unlikeliest streaming entity to win prime honors, for multiple cause. For starters, his music is typically improperly tagged, and infrequently bereft of the promotion it duly-deserves. And but, Youngboy followers have spoken the loudest, streaming his video/audio content material threadbare, happening 101 weeks on the prime of YouTube’s “Top Artist,” throughout all genres.
What makes NBA’s accomplishment all of the extra spectacular, is that he is accomplished it with out the massive label muscle of his closest rivals. To put his feat perspective, NBA introduced his whole to 54.6 million views this previous week, above artists like Kodak Black (40.2 million), Post Malone (39.9 million), XXXTentacion (35.2 million), and Lil Baby (32.four million), who as you already know, have all of the assist within the World pushing them up the ladder.
Anyone who’s adopted his profession carefully is aware of that NBA has solely starting to develop a keener sense of enterprise, at a corruptible 19-years of age. And that does not even start to explain the steep incline he loved in his inventive growth, over the course of 2018. The teenage phenom is not too far faraway from securing a rumored $2 million pro-rated examine by Atlantic Records. Even authorized points have accomplished nothing to halt his ascension up the ladder – 2019 and past.
Nasty C and A$AP Ferg Ride Out In "King" Music Video
Nasty C and A$AP Ferg come by way of dripping in “King” video.
Nasty C is without doubt one of the latest hip-hop artists to cross over from his native Africa to make it on our aspect of the pond. The South African emcee dropped off his Strings and Bling effort earlier in the summertime, preceded by his fireplace collab with A$AP Ferg within the type of “King,” which discovered a welcoming consumer score of “VERY HOTTTTT” from the HNHH group.
Now, C and Ferg have come by way of to star in some compelling visuals for the only. Previously, Nasty C defined that the monitor wasn’t essentially about calling himself a king, however reasonably to mock others who use the phrase so loosely: “It’s about these youngsters who discuss an excessive amount of and I’m mocking the time period ‘king’ due to how these guys name one another that.
Nevertheless, he lives as much as the monitor’s title as you catch Nasty C driving round on the highest of a decked out G-Wagon, flipping from scene to scene with extra sauce than the final.
Directed by JM Films, the clip is a crystal clear seize of Nasty C’s potential as a formulation of pure bars and excellent presence equate to fairly probably the following huge factor. Catch the clip up high and hold forth together with your ideas beneath.
Top 25 Best T.I. Songs
T.I. is the King the South. Not because you think so, but because he says so. A man that has achieved the accolades that T.I. has, has the right to call himself the king whatever he wants. Any man that disputes it only propels the idea further by giving it attention. It was with that mentality, and the instincts a hustler, that T.I. became hip-hop royalty.
It wasn’t easy for TIP to ascend the classes hip-hop. Top tier rappers like Jay-Z and Nas were running the game in the early 2000s, while newcomers like Eminem and Ludacris were building their reputations. TIP’s first studio album dropped in 2001, the same year as The Blueprint, Stillmatic, Word Mouf, Pain Is Love, Miss E… So Addictive, Kiss Tha Game Goodbye, Dirty Money, and a lengthy list other classic rap albums. Needless to say, the competition was well equipped, and TIP’s debut didn’t necessarily move mountains. It did shake the pavement though.
From I’m Serious forward, T.I. evolved. His mastery crafting monumental hip-hop music and moments only became more refined throughout the years. Trap Muzik, Urban Legend, King, T.I. vs T.I.P., Paper Trail, and the list goes on. Despite battling legal troubles, and entertaining several high-prile beefs, TIP has remained the most astute and vigilant hustler in hip-hop. His discography is beyond impressive; it has earned him multiple Grammys and the respect every rap fan in the world.
Mixtapes can be both fans' and rappers' favorite format hip-hop entertainment, but studio albums are the lifeblood an artist’s legacy. Of course, there is a long list rappers who have classic mixtapes that shook hip-hop to its core. TIP has a few those himself. Still, when a list top five rappers is debated, the hip-hop heads involved are most likely basing their opinions on albums, singles, or album cuts. It’s with that mindset that we compiled a list T.I.’s best songs. No mixtape records, no songs that T.I. only features on. Just the crème de la crème TIP’s prestigious studio album discography.
Blac Chyna Poses In Tiny Bikini For Valentine's Day
It's the day love and Blac Chyna is all about loving her self with new pics that saw her posted up in Malibu. The 29-year-old mother two was seen at the beach, rocking a tiny two-piece bikini posing with Valentine's Day themed balloons.
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The photos have yet to make it on her social media so we're not quite sure what they're for - a special someone perhaps? Check out the pics below.
It's been a minute since we've heard about the infamous case between Blac and her ex, Rob Kardashian. Their court dealings and alleged aggressive physical fights had Rob's sisters dragged into it after Blac blamed the Kardashian crew for getting her E! series cancelled. The last court hearing ended in the judge dismissing Blac's claims that the family purposely got her show canned.
However, the judge gave Blac just one more chance to come up with a proper case against Kris and Kim specifically. Blac's lawyer, Lisa Bloom, considered the court day a huge success and a "win" for Blac, tweeting: "We now have the right to add more allegations, and we will."
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Although Blac isn't too pleased with the Kardashian family, she managed to put things aside and congratulate Kim and Kanye on the birth their third child, Chicago. “It’s always a blessing. They deserve blessings," she said when paparazzi caught up with her.
Respect: JAY-Z Calls LeBron The “Most Unselfish King in The World”
King recognize king.
Is Making A Phone Call Scary For You? If So, You’re Not Alone
It turns out Roly was not the only one… hit the flip to hear from others who are equally afraid talking on the phone.
This 10-Year Old Prodigy Will Have Your Mind Blown
There are some people in this world that are good at everything. This 10-year-old prodigy is definitely one those people. Watch him take on three tasks and ace them perfectly without even breaking a sweat.
Why T.I. Is One Of The Greatest Of All Time
Certain rappers build a legacy that ends up being so complex, it's truly hard to define. In fact, each and every generation features artists that help shift the course rap permanently, making it hard to remember the days from before our current climate. To that end, it's easy to forget how much the past two decades in rap music have been characterized by the domination Atlanta, a city that’s produced some the greatest rappers in the genre's history. Names like Outkast, Ludacris, Gucci Mane and many more have become massive icons in the culture, leading to a large development sub-movements within the confines the South's hip-hop scene, such as the creation trap rap, crunk, snap, the "futuristic" or "swag rap" movement, and the rebirth trap. Among those who were instrumental in shaping and evolving the ATL's sound, one rapper who has stood the test time and become a massive influence on the culture, through both his music and his seemingly everpresent personal chaos. That man is Clifford Harris, aka T.I.
When you look back at the earliest records from T.I. (who was then running around as T.I.P.), you can see why, even at a young age, the rapper was being showcased to industry veterans like the Dungeon Family and L.A. Reid. A former drug dealer who was influenced by the stylistic mastery and effortless flows Jay-Z, as well as the pervasively emotional content Tupac, Harris was barely out his teens when he signed his first record deal on LaFace records. His debut album, I’m Serious, is widely considered a misstep, one that the rapper himself has since distanced himself from. Despite that, quality moments such as the heartfelt “Still Ain’t Forgave Myself” or his very first collaborations with Atlanta legend DJ Toomp, such as “Dope Boyz,” pointed to the future direction T.I.'s music and, by association, Atlanta's in general. Unfortunately, due to I’m Serious’ failure to become a commercial hit and disagreements in vision with L.A. Reid, T.I. was dropped from the label and forced to regroup.
This early setback notwithstanding, T.I. didn’t allow himself to be discouraged or cast aside as a "could have been" prospect. Instead, he met now-legendary mixtape figure DJ Drama and proceeded to begin a campaign with his P$C team that would slowly reinvigorate his career on the streets, in a way that the major label system wasn't willing to do for him at the time. Nowadays, mixtapes are commonly used with this kind goal in mind, but in the very early 2000's, most mixtapes were DJ-acquired compilations freestyles from established industry stars. While NY-based acts like the Diplomats and G-Unit, as well as Houston’s Screwed Up Click, had already pioneered the formula, it was T.I. who really seemed to define how the mixtapes could turn you from a label casualty into a hot commodity without any radio airplay. In a pre-Youtube, pre-streaming world that hadn't completely harnessed the power digital downloading, T.I.’s In Da Streets series and his participation in the Gangsta Grillz franchise helped to establish him as a big star and, in the process, redefined the rap industry's consumption model. Were it not for T.I., music industry politics might still be based on antiquated forms P.R., media circuits and payola, instead the grassroots movements that have become the norm in the latter half this decade.
After a show-stealer a verse on Bonecrusher’s “Neva Scared”, T.I. was in high-demand again and soon found his Grand Hustle imprint signed to Atlantic, where he dropped his sophomore album Trap Muzik. Whereas I’m Serious had ten been full rather generic attempts at a commercial crossover, this time T.I. knew exactly what his audience was looking for and how to deliver. It didn’t matter if it was the crunk banger “24’s”, the wild and nervy “Rubberband Man” or the beginnings his T.I. vs. T.I.P. saga inner battles, T.I.'s persona became that a complex individual battling materialism, morals and anybody who dared to cross him. Interestingly, despite being perhaps one the earliest examples "trap rap," most the production was sample-based and had a soulful vibe which serves as a stark contrast from the bombast and studio-designed productions that would later dominate the genre. After all, this was still the "get crunk" era, with producers such as Zaytoven, Shawty Redd and Drumma Boy holding it down as regional acts and still a few years removed from complete domination the scene.
T.I. would proceed to rise through the ranks rap as an up-and-coming star, but he never did so without controversy. He had several incarceration stints to his name and also found himself in feuds with the likes both S.U.C.’s Lil’ Flip (then himself a rising star) and fellow Atlanta icon Ludacris. By the time his third album, Urban Legend, was released, T.I. appeared to be working overtime to prove himself against a growing stable naysayers. Whether it was working within the confines the East Coast sound (“Bring ‘Em Out”), West Coast (“My Life”) or with his southern fanbase in mind (“ASAP”, “U Don’t Know Me”, etc.) T.I. just seemed at complete ease with his rapping. When Destiny’s Child tagged him and Lil’ Wayne for the now-classic “Soldier” remix, no other rappers were more appropriate or hotter nationwide at the time. By the time the Grammy-nominated KING album emerged, a release that would go Platinum multiple times over, T.I. didn’t just feel like the biggest Atlanta-raised rapper his era, he felt like the biggest Southern rapper all time.
Nowadays, seeing that same T.I. from the early 2000's has become increasingly difficult. He's become a father, reality TV star, and, despite putting out numerous albums fairly consistent quality, the enthusiasm sent his way from listeners has been a situation diminishing returns. However, that’s not to say T.I. has become stale as a performer. In recent years, his music has ten taken a much more political bent, perhaps reflective his influence and stature among a rap scene that, alongside Jeezy and Gucci Mane, is modeled in T.I.’s image. Furthermore, between his rapping career and his (ten debated) successes as an actor, his work as a tastemaker with Grand Hustle is unparalleled. Not only was he a helping hand for veteran southern rappers such as Killer Mike, 8Ball & MJG and B.G. when they were considered less than commercially desirable, but he was also an early champion B.O.B., the Rich Kidz ( whom founding member Rich Kid Shawty was a member), pre-MMG Meek Mill and grime MC Chip as well as the constantly underrated ATL-based producers Nard & B.
It is hard to imagine what the rap game would be in 2018 had T.I. not been such a transformative force as a rapper and an artist. The quality and density his catalog, which includes strong outings on mixtapes, as a featureed artist and on studio albums, is something to admire. He journeyed from pop to street without breaking a sweat. He also remains an underrated mind in the rap game as a businessman and a lyricist, but manages to maintain his charisma and his skill in front the mic. T.I. may no longer feel like the King the South, but he continues to stake his claim as one the greatest all time.