Out now, stream 21 Savage & Offset's new joint album "Without Warning," produced entirely by Metro Boomin.
Epic Records first announced the project Monday evening, tweeting out…“@21savage x @OffsetYRN x @MetroBoomin NEW ALBUM #WITHOUTWARNING, tonight midnight!”
Laced with 10 tracks in total, the project features two guest appearances from Quavo & Travis Scott, the latter of which appears on the intro track "Ghostface Killers." Meanwhile production is presumably handled entirely by Metro Boomin of course.
The project surfaces at a fitting time for the ATL trio, who are all having monstrous years in 2017. Metro Boomin dropped Perfect Timingwith Nav shortly after announcing his new label, Boominati Worldwide back in July. Meanwhile, 21 Savage unleashed his debut album Issa and Migos topped the charts with Culture, and still have the sequel on its way, which is led by the single “Motor Sport” with Nicki & Cardi B that dropped last Friday. And if that's not enough, Offset just got engaged to his girlfriend Cardi B last Friday as well, making this arguably one the most memorable weeks of his life.
Following up Metro Boomin & Offset’s latest collab “No Complaints,” fans can now stream the ATL project in its entirety via Apple Music. You already know this going to have some bangers on it. Hit play and let us know what you think! Project available on iTunes.
1. Ghostface Killers (feat. Travis Scott)
2. Rap Saved Me (feat. Quavo)
3. Ric Flair Drip
4. My Choppa Hate N****s
6. Mad Stalkers
8. Run Up the Racks
9. Still Serving
10. Darth Vader
26 people have been killed by a gunman who walked into a Texas church in a rural town 30 miles outside San Antonio, Tex. Sunday and opened fire.
Governor of Texas Greg Abbott reported the death toll. A pregnant woman and children were among those killed.
A witness said she heard about 20 shots in rapid succession around 11:30 a.m. local time while church service was in session.
The shooter Devin Patrick Kelley 26 of age. Was shot twice, then he shot his self in the head
According to David Keen, a constable with Wilson County, Tex., the gunman is dead. According to the New York Times, the shooter was 26 years old and has been identified by police as a resident of Comal County, northeast of San Antonio. The town of Sutherland Springs, where the shooting took place, has a small population in the low hundreds — the current death toll represents about 7% of the population.
Local reports indicate that the man entered the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs and began firing. A spokeswoman for the Connally Memorial Medical Center in Floresville, Tex., said that patients had b
een received there and that the hospital had activated its emergency response team.
As per USA Today, the team's coach Gregg Popovich didn't censor himself during a post-game interview, saying that winning a basketball game is "pretty meaningless" when considering the severity of the Sutherland Springs shooting. "When you think about the tragedy that those families are suffering, it's just inconceivable and impossible to put your head around," Popovich said. "So I think talking about basketball tonight is probably pretty inappropriate." The Spurs, whose home in San Antonio is less than an hour's drive from the church that saw its service interrupted by unspeakable violence, held a moment of silence before tipoff of Sunday night's game. Center Pau Gasol, 37 also expressed his "deepest condolences to the victims' families" via Twitter before taking the court.
“I think anyone and everyone has to be concerned about your own well-being,” Gasol, a native Spaniard, added later. “Any person in this country has to be concerned [...] Going to a concert, taking your kids to school, going to church. You name it. What can you do that you’re safe?" He continued by commenting on the repetitive nature of these kinds of events in the United States, which seem like an almost daily occurrence. "It’s not something every 20 years. It seems like it happens once every week or two weeks," added Gasol. "At what point do we say enough?"
After going on social media crying that he was going broke, from paying legal fees, in a fight to see his daughter; Tyrese Gibson received a very special phone call from a wealthy couple.
Jada Pinkett & Will Smith called Tyrese and uplifted him the way only a real friend would. Instead of only offering came words, the couple went above and beyond.
“A super scary moment just happened on #WendyWilliams show. Apparently She got overheated in her #StatueofLiberty costume and passed out on live tv. She finally came back to address the audience and confirmed it was NOT a stunt.” Wendy Williams Saw a #ghost
MASTER P SAYS, "THE ONLY WAY TO HAVE A VOICE, A FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, IS
THROUGH OWNERSHIP."* Professional athletes are trying to exercise their First Amendment rights
by kneeling or standing to the national anthem during #NFL and #NBA games.
Master P says, "What makes it difficult for players to unite is that they
can't freely exercise their right to freedom of expression without
#ownership." Master P has created the first minority-owned professional
#sports league, Global Mixed Gender #Basketball. Sponsors such as Nike,
Adidas, Coca-Cola should be knocking down his door. GMGB stands for
equality: Equal play and equal pay for women, freedom of expression,
diversity and helping their communities.
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