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Now that you’ve read all about the music featured in the latest issue of Songlines, don’t forget you can also watch and listen to it on our Youtube playlist, which we compile every issue for your viewing pleasure. You can find the full playlist here.
Here are a few of this issue’s highlights:
Ibeyi Jane Cornwell speaks to the French-Cuban sister duo who are blending Cuban and electronic music.
Gurrumul Combining the devout with the Dreamtime, Australia’s sweetest voice sings the church hymns of his youth.
Souad Massi Andy Morgan speaks to Souad Massi and her mission to portray Islam’s philosophy of love, peace and tolerance.
Peggy Seeger We marvel at the remarkable career of the influential American folk singer who recently released a video and song about the closure of her local pool.
After Drake took aim at Meek Mill with “Charged Up” and “Back to Back,” Meek finally responds with “Wanna Know” featuring Quentin Miller. The record, premiered by Funk Flex, includes what is said to be the actual audio from the reference track Drake allegedly used on “Know Yourself.”
The back-and-forth started after Meek accused Drake of using a ghostwriter, Quentin Miller. “Stop comparing Drake to me too…. He don’t write his own raps! That’s why he ain’t tweet my album because we found out!” tweeted Meek. Drake sort of responded to Meek’s allegations, but not publicly. Noah “40″ Shebib spoke up and said anyone who thinks Drake doesn’t write his own rhymes is on something.
While onstage at Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint tour stop in Virginia last week, Meek addressed the reason why he went off on Twitter about Drake.”I was just upset as a fan that a n—a gave me a verse he ain’t write. Shout out to Drake. Let him be great in all the motherf—ing lanes he great in. But I’m gonna still be the realest n—-in this bitch!,” he said. A message he reaffirmed at the Barclays Center stop of The Pinkprint tour. The verse Meek was referring to appears on his track “R.I.C.O.,” which is featured on Meek’s recent Dreams Worth More Than Money album.
Funkmaster Flex also joined the conversation, recently leaking the alleged reference track that Drizzy used for “10 Bands.” Flex again shared the news that he has other reference tracks and he seems hell bent on destroying Drizzy’s credibility.
If you haven’t, here’s the entire timeline of Meek’s twitter tirade and keep track with the beef here.
There’s a rumor going around that Jay Z is losing a lot of money because of Tidal and he wants out. HitsDailyDouble reports Hov is losing millions of money because funding he expected never came in and he’s trying to get out of his investment in the streaming company. While things haven’t been running as smooth as one likes, Hov and other big names behind the company have always publicly maintained support. Madonna, who co-owns Tidal with Jay Z, Beyonce and others, recently discussed Tidal and why people should understand that early troubles are not something to panic over.
“It’s just the beginning, so we’re working out a lot of kinks and hopefully we’re going to build something unique and amazing that’s going to attract a lot of people,” said the 56-year-old singer in a recent interview. She added, “It’s important that people understand we didn’t create Tidal, we didn’t put this together, we didn’t all join forces because we’re broke and we want more money. The idea is we want to support other artists and we want people to understand this is our heart, this is our work, and we want people to recognize that and we want other artists to have a chance.”
Tidal recently announced a family plan and discount for students. The company also lost its interim CEO last month. Bryan “Baby” Williams is also suing Tidal for $50 million over their hosting Lil Wayne’s Free Weezy Album.
XXL has reached out to Jay Z’s reps for a statement.