It’s the start of a new week..
After weeks of chaos, this weekend seemed to slow down a bit.
New Music Friday
Ice Cube controversy
World War 2 bomb explodes
Man dangling from Trump Tower in Chicago
Let’s do a recap.
New music on Friday is a guarantee. This weekend was full of new music. Benny The Butcher, PartyNextDoor, Gucci Mane, Young Bleu, Drake & Nicki Minaj all dropped new music on Friday.
The R&B vibes were set this weekend. PartyNextDoor dropped some music. After years of waiting for tracks like “Persian Rugs” to be accessible on DSP’s, the time has finally come. Partynextdoor gave his fans long-awaited tracks.
Young Bleu and Drake collaborated on a remix to give fans a new R&B hit called “You’re Mines Still.”
Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane dropped a new album “So Icy Gang.”
My weekly goal is to listen to at least, one new artist. This week I discovered Benny The Butcher. He’s not new to the music game, he's just new to me. I stumbled across him after hearing about his new album “Burden of Proof."
After 13 long hours, the situation at Trump Tower in Chicago has been resolved.
Early Sunday evening, a man in his early 20’s was seen dangling from Trump Tower, threatening to jump if he didn’t speak to President Trump.
According to authorities, the man used a climbing harness for his mission. The situation was “peacefully” resolved sometime Sunday night, the man has been taken into police custody.
Ice Cube has been the center of controversy after news broke this weekend that he was working with the Trump administration on his “promise to Black America” plan.
Trump’s advisor Katrina Pierson tweeted:
The former N.W.A rapper immediately faced some backlash, especially from the Black Community.
Ice Cube, who has spoken out to condemn racism and white supremacy, immediately tweeted in defense of himself, emphasizing that he is willing to work with anyone who will help his ‘people.’
COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the country, as we mark almost 9 months of this pandemic.
Despite America continuing to reopen, resembling some forms of normalcy, the number of infections have only increased in the United States.
Coronavirus infections in the United States have increased by more than one million in a month. On average 700 Americans die every day, as the U.S reaches almost 8 million cases.
The Midwest has been the hardest hit by the second wave of the virus. States like Wisconsin have become the new epicenter for the virus, with intensive care units reporting 90% percent capacity.