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Lil Wayne Celebrates Birthday With Keith Sweat Performance + Top 5 Iconic Moments Of His Career

Lil Wayne celebrates the big 4-0 in style with family, friends, and a surprise performance from R&B Keith Sweat. Here are the top iconic moments of Tunechi.

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Today, Lil Wayne turned 40.

To celebrate, the music icon had an intimate dinner with his family and friends, topping it off with a surprise performance from R&B legend Keith Sweat.

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In honor of the music mogul’s birthday, here are the top 5 iconic moments throughout Lil Wayne’s career:

1. Famous Hits

Lil Wayne is known as a “lyrical genius” with over twenty years in hip-hop. Wayne has graced fans with hit after hit.

Some famous tracks included “A Milli,” “Lollipop,” and “6 Foot & Foot.”

2. Founded Young Money

Wayne founded Young Money back in 2007. The label introduced fans to global rap stars such as Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tyga, and more.

Without the C.E.O., they may not be where they are today.

3. Spilling His Drink During An Interview

Weezy went viral before it was a “thing.” Back in 2010, the Louisiana rapper spilled an expensive cup of cough syrup, also known as “lean,” during an interview.

The video has over 500,00 views on youtube and was a popular meme on social media.

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4. Tha Carter IV

The hip-hop star has produced classic projects.

The unforgettable 2011 album Tha Carter IV will become one of the best albums in hip-hop history

5. The G.O.A.T.

The Young Money boss is mentioned as one of the most influential rappers.

But, if not listed in someone’s top 5, he’s put in enough time and work to be labeled the greatest of all time.

Happy birthday, Lil Wayne!

10 Artists Who Will Be Remembered Still In the Next Decade

Lil Wayne comes in at number 10 for artists who will be remembered in the next decade.

With only five Grammy wins, it seems like the artist needs much more recognition. If he isn’t given his flowers, they’ll be ready to be freshly picked in the next decade.

Nicki Minaj Still Not Happy With YouTube After They Lift Age Restrictions On New Music Video

Nicki Minaj was recently furious at YouTube for putting age restrictions on her new music video.

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Nicki Minaj went after YouTube for the restrictions of her new video to the “Likkle Remix.”

The “Moment 4 Life” artist spoke on the issue and the platform, saying the streaming site is full of “duds”.

Apparently, the complaining must have worked. YouTube lifted the restriction, but the queen was still unhappy with the platform.

FUCK THEM DUDS. THEY CANT GIVE US BACK OUR FIRST 24 HOURS CAN THEY?!?!!! SO MISSION ACCOMPLISHED https://t.co/8BrVU4bXHZ— Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ) September 26, 2022

Nicki also had some words for Instagram when a fan made her aware of the platform having the same practices as YouTube.

These come off the heels of other drama the New York artist has been involved in recent months.

A few weeks ago, Nicki said she would sue a blogger, Nosey Heaux, for defamation, calling her a cokehead.

Last month, her infamous beef with Cardi B was revived on Twitter when she thought the “Bodak Yellow” artist was taking shots at the Barbz. Cardi B had tweeted “Go Stream,” but she was talking about Bella Porch’s new project “Dolls.”

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Nicki Minaj’s name was also thrown in more drama after 50 Cent thought Lil Kim dissed Papa Bear in her “Plan B Remix” verse with Megan Thee Stallion.

In the now-deleted Instagram post, 50 falsely accused Lil Kim of dissing Nicki Minaj’s child.

Rick Ross Posts Insensitive Jeffrey Dahmer Tweet; Fans React

Earlier this morning, Rick Ross tweeted that he wants someone to get him a pair of glasses similar to the ones worn by Jeffrey Dahmer. Jeffrey Dahmer was a serial killer who killed and mutilated 17 men between 1978 and 1991.

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It is unclear whether the Teflon Don was joking.

Still, his comment came after the release of a new Netflix series by Ryan Murphy called Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, starring Evan Peters and Nicey Nash.

Soon after Ross’ tweet, many fans began calling him out for his ill-advised comment, pointing out that many of Dahmer’s victims were black and brown men.

This man targeted young black and brown men. Ross you can do better than give light to a monster— Kash Givens (@KashGivens8) September 27, 2022

One fan, in particular, drew parallels between Dahmer’s actions and The Boss’ line from the song U.O.E.N.O.

You are the same person who “put Molly all in her Champagne, she ain’t een know it. Took her home and had fun with that. She ain’t even know it.” Idk why I’m surprised . Guess you ready for the next step huh— Lynn Lynn (@talkbigtee_) September 27, 2022

However, many fans felt his comment is a non-issue.

He just asked about shades!? Relax😂— Joe4short (@stripclubvet8) September 27, 2022

Big Boss Making Big Moves

Rick Ross hosted the Boss Up Conference earlier this month to help upcoming entrepreneurs.

The exclusive event provided black and brown small business owners a chance to link up with Ross, his peers, and The Dream. It took place at his 235-acre mansion in Fayetteville, Georgia.

Kanye West’s Donda Academy + What Parents Should Know About The New Private School

There has been recent buzz about Kanye West's Donda Academy. Summer has officially come to an end and schools are back in session. Here are all parents need to know about Ye's private school.

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Kanye West and his estranged wife Kim Kardashian have not been able to see eye-to-eye on where their children should school.

Ye is adamant his children should attend Donda Academy, leaving fans to wonder:

Q: What is Donda Academy?

A: Donda Academy is a Christian private school in Simi Valley, California.

The educational institution was founded in 2022 by Kanye West and named after his late mother, Professor Donda West. They accept applications from students in pre-kindergarten through Grade 12.

Q: How much is tuition and who can attend?

A: The private school is tuition-based, and every student is welcome to apply regardless of financial situation.

The tuition fee is currently put at $15,000. However, financial aid and scholarships are available for qualifying students.

Q: What is the curriculum at Donda Academy?

A:  Donda students will learn fundamentals, grow in their faith, and attend two enrichment classes that include World Language, Visual Arts, Film, Choir, and Parkour.

Students will also attend core language arts, mathematics, and science classes.

Q: Is there a dress code?

A: Students wear all-black Yeezy uniforms supplied by the school.

The uniform consists of a black shirt with a soaring white dove on the back, black pants, and black Yeezy Foam Runners.

Q: What extracurricular activities does Donda Academy provide?

A: Students can enjoy activities such as choir, arts, and sports for the next generation of athletes with an innovative approach to faith and teamwork.

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At this time, the faith-based school is not accredited. This means graduating seniors may not have their credits or diplomas recognized by specific colleges.

In addition, according to reports, parents must sign a non-disclosure agreement as an “informal agreement”  before their child can attend.

Rick Ross Partners With Foot Locker To Host “Back to School” Event

Florida rapper Rick Ross is another artist looking out for students regarding their education.

On August 15, he hosted a  back-to-school event with Foot Locker.

This event provided kids with haircuts and hairstyles. Ross also supplied new shoes for students in the Miami area.

Pusha T Disses McDonald’s Again for Arby’s with New ‘Rib Roast’ Video: Watch

Pusha T is back dissing McDonald’s.Pusha T has created a song attacking the McDonald’s McRib and promoting Arby’s Real Country Style Rib Sandwich for a new campaign with the fast food giant. Additionally, the rapper worked with Arby’s to create a limited-edition line of clothing inspired by the sandwich, which included shirts, trucker caps, and bolo ties.Pusha T had previously recorded a track for an Arby’s ad dissing the McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish sandwich where he rapped “If you know me and you know me well/Our fish is gonna tip that scale.”Pusha has claimed — although it has been disputed — that he wrote McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle for a flat fee. Watch the new spot starring bull riding champion Ezekial “Blue” Mitchell, below.[embedded content]

What Is Empire Records?

Fans may not know the history and controversy around EMPIRE Records. Throughout the years, the record label company released music from various genres by dozens of the most popular artists. After losing seven artists over the past few years, many may wonder: What is EMPIRE Records?

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EMPIRE Distribution has been home to dozens of artists for over two decades.

Here are five things about EMPIRE that music fans may not know:

1. San Francisco Headquarters

EMPIRE Distribution, Records, and Publishing was founded by Ghazi Shami and is headquartered in San Francisco.

They also have New York, Nashville, London, and Atlanta offices.

2. A Hip-Hop-Focused Label

EMPIRE is known for releasing projects from young artists, particularly in hip-hop.

The label was the first to release projects from Trinidad James, Rich Homie Quan, K Camp, and the Migos.

All artists had singles and albums on the Billboard charts.

3. Blackground Records Affiliated

EMPIRE deals with Blackground Records, which re-releases discography, most notably Aaliyah.

4. Top Dawg Entertainment

Nina Etminan, the A&R who helped sign Kendrick Lamar,  is also signed to Top Dawg Entertainment, distributed by EMPIRE.

Other artists such as SZA, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, and Ab-Soul are also signed to Top Dawg Entertainment.

5. 7 EMPIRE Artists Killed

EMPIRE has lost seven rappers since 2018.

These rappers include XXXTentacion, King Von, MO3, Drakeo The Ruler, Young Dolph, and  PnB Rock. Another artist that adds to the list is Lil Uzi Vert’s signed rapper Lotta Cash Desoto.

Lotta Cash Desoto was shot and killed in Houston, just one week after PnB Rock’s passing. In the past, other artists that died while on the label included singer Aaliyah and Tupac Shakur.

A Coincidence?

PnB Rock’s murder shocked hip-hop. After his death, a TikTok video of comedian Katt Williams resurfaced.

The “Pimp Chronicles” comedian brought up insurance policies labels have on rappers and how much money they could make from a rapper’s death.

One speculation on social media circles around a conspiracy that labels kill artists who go independent. PnB Rock released an independent mixtape earlier this month.

DJ Drama & Snoop Dogg Announce New Gangsta Grillz Project ‘I Still Got It’

DJ Drama and Snoop Dogg are cooking a new Gangsta Grillz project together.“@snoopdogg I Still Got It. Gangsta Grillz. 10/20/22,” Drama wrote on Instagram with an accompanying photo of himself on video call with the rap icon. Snoop Dogg posted a similar caption on his account as well to reveal the I Still Got It project.Whether they will be treating it as a mixtape or a studio album is not known yet but it definitely looks like it’s going to be a full length offering.Drama has been going hot with his Gangsta Grillz series once again. He won a Grammy for his work on Tyler, The Creator’s Call Me If You Get Lost album earlier this year. Earlier in September, he teamed up with Symba to deliver the album Results Take Time which has received critical acclaim.

Kid Cudi Reveals Tracklist for New Album ‘Entergalactic’

Kid Cudi’s new album Entergalactic is less than 3 days away (Sept. 30) and today, he has revealed the official tracklist for it.As reported earlier, the album will come along with a Netflix show of the same name which is co-created by Kenya Barris. Last week, the album leaked online unfortunately and was tagged with fart sounds all over, much to the surprise of his fans.Ty Dolla Sign makes two appearances on the LP: on the previously-released single ‘Willing to Trust‘ as well as a song called ‘Can’t Shake Her’. Other guests include Don Toliver, 2 Chainz, Steve Aoki, and Dot Da Genius“I’ve always wanted to work in animation in some capacity,” Cudi told EW. “I’ve just been trying to figure out what I could do differently that hadn’t already been done before. It was really just about, ‘How can I find a story that everybody can connect to?’ Once I figured out that love was the key tone, everything kind of flowed together.”Check out the tracklist for Entergalactic below and lookout for the stream on Thursday at midnight.#Entergalactic SEPT 30TH HERE WE GO BITCH ‼️ pic.twitter.com/uz7Y2i8CRH— The Chosen One (@KiDCuDi) September 26, 2022Entergalactic Tracklist1. Entergalactic Theme2. New Mode3. Do What I Want4. Angel5. Ignite the Love6. In Love7. Willing to Trust feat. Ty Dolla $ign8. Can’t Believe It feat. 2 Chainz9. Livin’ My Truth10. Maybe So11. Can’t Shake Her feat. Ty Dolla $ign12. She’s Lookin’ For Me13. My Drug14. Somewhere to Fly feat. Don ToliverBonus:15. Burrow feat. Don Toliver, Steve Aoki, and Dot Da Genius

DaBaby Shares a Horror Music Video for ‘BOOGEYMAN’: Watch

DaBaby released his new album Baby on Baby 2 this past Friday and hasn’t been getting a very good response for it.Fans are also criticizing the rapper for using Megan Thee Stallion to promote his project as he raps about sleeping with her on the song ‘Boogeyman’.“You play with me, that shit was childish / The day before she say that Tory Lanez shot her, I was f**king on Megan Thee Stallion / Waited to say this shit on my next album / Hit it the day before too / But I kept it playa, I ain’t say nothing ’bout it,” he raps on the song.Today, DaBaby has shared a horror themed music video for the track which is directed by regular collaborators Reelgoats. Watch it below.[embedded content]Yesterday, the rapper had also put out the video for the song ‘Drop That Diss’:[embedded content]

Funk Flex Tried To Expose Cardi B In 2018: “Cardi’s Team & Many Other Artist Pay DJs To Play Records & Say That ‘They Are Hot'”

New York radio veteran Funk Flex has no problem exposing artists. In 2018, the hip-hop personality singled out Cardi B for allegedly paying deejays to play music and hand out hefty co-signs.

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In another pay-to-play accusation, fans blasted Bardi today for paying bloggers to pop her music. Fans took to TikTok today to call out the Bronx rapper for allegedly paying blogs to promote the recent release of GloRilla’s hit track “Tomorrow 2.”

Funk Flex Blasts Cardi B For Pay-To-Play

A screenshot emerged of Flex in 2018 going off on Cardi and unnamed musicians for using payola tactics.

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Cardi B Claps Back At Payola Accusations

In response, Cardi delivered up answers for her haters and even addressed the payola claims calling out the wide use of the practice by artists including Drake.

😎 📸 @iamcardib pic.twitter.com/h26gMELQwL— SOHH (@sohh) August 16, 2018

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Funkmaster Flex Goes After Cardi B and Tekashi Over “King of NY’ Crown

Funkmaster Flex has a history of going after artists who he considers illegitimate. He lit up Cardi and rap rookie Tekashi 6ix9ine for calling themselves the kings of New York.

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Cardi B didn’t waste any time and responded to Flex getting at her for referencing “King of New York” on her new “Who Want the Smoke” song.

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Originally published 8/16/2018

Funk Flex Tried To Expose Cardi B In 2018: “Cardi’s Team & Many Other Artist Pay DJs To Play Records & Say That ‘They Are Hot'”

New York radio veteran Funk Flex has no problem exposing artists. In 2018, the hip-hop personality singled out Cardi B for allegedly paying deejays to play music and hand out hefty co-signs.

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In another pay-to-play accusation, fans blasted Bardi today for paying bloggers to pop her music. Fans took to TikTok today to call out the Bronx rapper for allegedly paying blogs to promote the recent release of GloRilla’s hit track “Tomorrow 2.”

Funk Flex Blasts Cardi B For Pay-To-Play

A screenshot emerged of Flex in 2018 going off on Cardi and unnamed musicians for using payola tactics.

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Level Up Hip Hop 📶🆙️ (@leveluphiphop_)

Cardi B Claps Back At Payola Accusations

In response, Cardi delivered up answers for her haters and even addressed the payola claims calling out the wide use of the practice by artists including Drake.

😎 📸 @iamcardib pic.twitter.com/h26gMELQwL— SOHH (@sohh) August 16, 2018

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Funkmaster Flex Goes After Cardi B and Tekashi Over “King of NY’ Crown

Funkmaster Flex has a history of going after artists who he considers illegitimate. He lit up Cardi and rap rookie Tekashi 6ix9ine for calling themselves the kings of New York.

View this post on Instagram A post shared by FunkFlex (@funkflex)

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Cardi B didn’t waste any time and responded to Flex getting at her for referencing “King of New York” on her new “Who Want the Smoke” song.

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Originally published 8/16/2018

DaBaby Accused Of Stealing “Boogeyman” Chorus From Female Artist

DaBaby cannot catch a break from controversy as they continue to spark one after another. Recently, Layla Hendryx accused the Charlotte rapper of stealing the chorus of one of her unreleased songs.

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Just Let Me Have The Choice

DaBaby has jumped from one controversy right into another one.

Music artist Layla Hendryx has accused the rapper of stealing her chorus from one of her unreleased songs.

The musician told Rolling Stone:

“The whole [cadence], the whole flow for the hook is stolen from me. One, it was done so sheisty, and two, the fact that he used the song to basically diss another black woman while you’re stealing from another black woman is just wild to me.”

Hendryx’s friend posted a tweet comparing the two tracks. The tweet showed the two artists  performing the chorus with DaBaby rapping:

“You play with me, oh God – shut the lights off, boogeyman,”  versus Hendryx’s more lyrical sample of her singing,  “Go downstairs, shut the lights…like, ‘Boo,’ it’s the boogeyman.”

Another friend of Hendryx shared her unreleased “Boogeyman” with an A&R earlier this year. However, Hendryx had not heard back from the recipient, but said that she is “a hundred percent sure,” the A&R was the song’s pipeline.

The songwriter, who has written for Drake and Baka Not Nice, stated:

“A&Rs steal from artists all the time, don’t give them their credit. It’s happened to me, but not to this scale. I’m also friends with writers and I’ve heard the stories, the horror stories — ‘Hey, I was in a room and I did a song and then I come out and I hear it in the radio six months later without being credited.’”

At this moment in time, she is currently pursuing legal action. Hendryx made herself clear:

“But it’s the fact that, not only did you steal for me — straight up plagiarism — but then you’re using it to diss somebody else, another artist. It’s just not something that I want to be a part of. Even if they did just put me out with a credit, that’s not something I want to write for. I do not want to write for DaBaby. I would’ve said no to begin with. Just let me have the choice with my own art.”

DaBaby is yet to comment on the accusation.

DaBaby Sparks Controversy With Claim He Slept With Megan Thee Stallion

DaBaby sparked controversy last week after claiming that he slept with Megan Thee Stallion before the alleged shooting incident with Tory Lanez.

DaBaby dropped a new song called “Boogeyman” off his newly released album Baby On Baby 2.

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Recently, Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean are now under fire after being accused of plagiarizing lyrics.

Although most songwriters stay behind the scenes, many make public appearances when it’s discovered that their lyrics have been stolen.

DaBaby Accused Of Stealing “Boogeyman” Chorus From Female Artist

DaBaby cannot catch a break from controversy as they continue to spark one after another. Recently, Layla Hendryx accused the Charlotte rapper of stealing the chorus of one of her unreleased songs.

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Just Let Me Have The Choice

DaBaby has jumped from one controversy right into another one.

Music artist Layla Hendryx has accused the rapper of stealing her chorus from one of her unreleased songs.

The musician told Rolling Stone:

“The whole [cadence], the whole flow for the hook is stolen from me. One, it was done so sheisty, and two, the fact that he used the song to basically diss another black woman while you’re stealing from another black woman is just wild to me.”

Hendryx’s friend posted a tweet comparing the two tracks. The tweet showed the two artists  performing the chorus with DaBaby rapping:

“You play with me, oh God – shut the lights off, boogeyman,”  versus Hendryx’s more lyrical sample of her singing,  “Go downstairs, shut the lights…like, ‘Boo,’ it’s the boogeyman.”

Another friend of Hendryx shared her unreleased “Boogeyman” with an A&R earlier this year. However, Hendryx had not heard back from the recipient, but said that she is “a hundred percent sure,” the A&R was the song’s pipeline.

The songwriter, who has written for Drake and Baka Not Nice, stated:

“A&Rs steal from artists all the time, don’t give them their credit. It’s happened to me, but not to this scale. I’m also friends with writers and I’ve heard the stories, the horror stories — ‘Hey, I was in a room and I did a song and then I come out and I hear it in the radio six months later without being credited.’”

At this moment in time, she is currently pursuing legal action. Hendryx made herself clear:

“But it’s the fact that, not only did you steal for me — straight up plagiarism — but then you’re using it to diss somebody else, another artist. It’s just not something that I want to be a part of. Even if they did just put me out with a credit, that’s not something I want to write for. I do not want to write for DaBaby. I would’ve said no to begin with. Just let me have the choice with my own art.”

DaBaby is yet to comment on the accusation.

DaBaby Sparks Controversy With Claim He Slept With Megan Thee Stallion

DaBaby sparked controversy last week after claiming that he slept with Megan Thee Stallion before the alleged shooting incident with Tory Lanez.

DaBaby dropped a new song called “Boogeyman” off his newly released album Baby On Baby 2.

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Recently, Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean are now under fire after being accused of plagiarizing lyrics.

Although most songwriters stay behind the scenes, many make public appearances when it’s discovered that their lyrics have been stolen.

DreamDoll Drops A Risky ”Nude” Music Video

DreamDoll released a new music video with an interesting twist. The Bronx rapper can be seen “nude” throughout the video.

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In celebration of her new album, Life in Plastic 3, DreamDoll graced fans with a racy music video for her storytelling-like track “Misunderstood.”

Throughout the video, the “My Body” rapper can be seen walking around New York streets in a plastic bubble, appearing to be fully nude.

However, Dream makes sure to cover up as much as possible with pasties and skin-toned panties to comply with all YouTube guidelines.

Fans seem to like the music video from the former Bad Girls Club star, some paying more attention to her lyrics than the jaw-dropping music video.

Erykah Badu Does Not Regret Nude Music Video

Dream Doll isn’t the first artist to give fans a nude music video.

Back in 2010, soul singer Erykah Badu said the conversation that her controversial “Window Seat” music video started was worth the risk.

Badu knew the video would get people talking.

DreamDoll Drops A Risky ”Nude” Music Video

DreamDoll released a new music video with an interesting twist. The Bronx rapper can be seen “nude” throughout the video.

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In celebration of her new album, Life in Plastic 3, DreamDoll graced fans with a racy music video for her storytelling-like track “Misunderstood.”

Throughout the video, the “My Body” rapper can be seen walking around New York streets in a plastic bubble, appearing to be fully nude.

However, Dream makes sure to cover up as much as possible with pasties and skin-toned panties to comply with all YouTube guidelines.

Fans seem to like the music video from the former Bad Girls Club star, some paying more attention to her lyrics than the jaw-dropping music video.

Erykah Badu Does Not Regret Nude Music Video

Dream Doll isn’t the first artist to give fans a nude music video.

Back in 2010, soul singer Erykah Badu said the conversation that her controversial “Window Seat” music video started was worth the risk.

Badu knew the video would get people talking.