Coi Leray’s debut album is on the way, ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ celebrates 30 years, and more

On Instagram on Monday, Coi Leray announced that her debut album, Trendsetter, is dropping on April 8.

Revealing what seems to be the album cover, the “No More Parties” rapper said, “This will be one of the biggest female artist albums in the world and I put my life on it it’s not a race, it’s a Trendsetter Marathon.”

News of the albums comes at the same time that her latest single, “Blick Blick” featuring Nicki Minaj, charted at number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100.

New York Rapper Bobby Shmurda is finally free from his contract with Epic Records, after months of publicly expressing grief with his career progression as a member of the label.

“To all Shmurda fans aka the Shmurdas. I just sign my release papers also jus made ah milly today,” the rapper said in an Instagram story.

It was just last month that he took to social media, comparing his contract to his recent six-year jail sentence and claiming that the label didn’t want to release him from his contract.

“This is not a cry for help this is a message and understanding for my fans that they stopping my music and prolonging my career,” Shmurda said. “It’s been ah year now I still feel like I’m in prison…I need them to let me goooooooo!!! #FreeShmurda.”

Now a free agent, the rapper is ready to drop new music.

There was certainly a lot that transpired at last night’s Oscar Awards. One positive moment that shouldn’t be overlooked is the reunion of the cast of hit 1992 hit film White Men Can’t Jump.

In celebration of the movie’s 30th anniversary on Sunday, stars Wesley SnipesWoody Harrelson and Rosie Perez reunited to present the award for Best Cinematography.

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