Tyler, the Creator celebrated the release of his new album Call Me If You Get Lost by copping a shiny new chain.

The diamond-studded pendant, inspired by Tyler’s alter ego Tyler Baudelaire, features a gold bellhop carrying two pink suitcases. According to TMZ, the necklace cost a whopping $500,000, with more than 186 carats in diamonds, 60 carats in sapphires, and 23,515 hand-set stones.

Tyler reached out to celebrity jeweler Alex Moss about seven months ago and gave him a reference for the chain and they worked on the design together. It took Alex four months to find the colored diamonds for it.

Tyler showed off his half-a-million-dollar accessory on the red carpet at Sunday’s BET Awards, where he performed “LUMBERJACK” for the first time.

The Grammy-winning rapper has a lot to celebrate. Call Me If You Get Lost, which features Lil Wayne, Pharrell, and Lil Uzi Vert, is expected to debut at No. 1 on next week’s Billboard 200 with 185,000 equivalent album units, his largest sales week yet.

Brent Faiyaz is back and he’s brought Drake.

The R&B crooner enlists the 6 God for his summer-ready single “Wasting Time,” produced by none other than The Neptunes.

Before it hits streaming services tonight, they have revealed the cover art, which was inspired by the artwork for Pharrell’s 2006 debut album In My Mind and features an illustrated Brent and Drake.

Over the breezy Neptunes beat, the two serenade the ladies. “If you gonna waste your time, then waste your time with me,” sings Brent.

The Certified Lover Boy turns on the charm, while referencing “The Queen’s Gambit” (“New piece around my neck is chess games, ’cause shawty stay with calculated moves like Beth Harmon”), Prince (“Swear I’m more ‘Purple Rain’ Prince than Prince Charming”), and Aaliyah (“Only time I play the ‘Back & Forth’ is Aaliyah record”).

“Wasting Time” follows Brent’s previous single “Show U Off,” which dropped in honor of Women’s History Month in March.

Drake recently collaborated with Migos, Nicki Minaj, and Young Thug while he readies his long-awaited album Certified Lover Boy, which is set to arrive by the end of summer.

On the heels of his BET Awards performance, Moneybagg Yo unleashes the highly-anticipated video for “Wockesha.”

The clip, which he co-directed alongside Ben Marc, opens with a cameo from Lil Wayne, who delivers his infamous “what’s in my cup” speech.

“But honestly, it ain’t nobody’s business what’s in my cup, what’s in your cup, what’s in they cup / It’s your cup, drink it,” says Weezy over the DeBarge-sampled track.

Moneybagg opens up about a toxic addiction, while equating it to a complicated relationship. “One minute I’m done with you, the next one I be runnin’ back,” he raps while having visions of the purple drank. “Go your way, I go my way, but somehow we be still attached.”

“Wockesha,” which Moneybagg called the “video of the year,” is a standout off his latest album, A Gangsta’s Pain, which was recently certified gold by the RIAA.

Bill Cosby has been released from prison after his sexual assault conviction was overturned.

On Wednesday, Pennsylvania’s highest court concluded that Cosby should never have been charged due to a deal he made with a former prosecutor, who agreed not to criminally prosecute the 83-year-old comedian in return for his deposition in a civil case.

“There is only one remedy that can completely restore Cosby to the status quo ante,” said the Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices. “He must be discharged, and any future prosecution on these particular charges must be barred. We do not dispute that this remedy is both severe and rare. But it is warranted here, indeed compelled. For these reasons, Cosby’s convictions and judgment of sentence are vacated, and he is discharged.”

Cosby served more than two years of a three-to-10-year sentence in state prison for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004.

After Wednesday’s stunning reversal, Cosby received support on social media from celebrities including 50 Cent, who celebrated his release.

“My son Bill beat that case, These hoe’s be tripping. LOL,” he wrote alongside a photo of Cosby promoting Jell-O Pudding Pops.

Phylicia Rashad also voiced support for her “Cosby Show” co-star, who cannot be retried on the criminal charges. “FINALLY!!!! A terrible wrong is being righted- a miscarriage of justice is corrected!” tweeted Rashad.

Others including Big Boi and T.I. also weighed in with their own commentary.

The Isley Brothers are enlisting some superstar friends for their next album.

The legendary R&B group has revealed the guest list for the project, which includes Beyoncé and Drake.

The Drake collaboration comes after the “Laugh Now Cry Later” rapper dined with his “idol” Ron Isley last month. “Great dinner and conversations with one of the best we’ve ever had in the game! @champagnepapi Thank you man! Wow!” Ron wrote following their dinner. “I’m blown away by your love for me and my brothers! Congratulations! Keep doing your thing!”

According to Ron’s wife, Kandy Isley, Queen Bey is set to record her vocals soon. “She’s recording her part by end of June or first week July,” she told Variety.

Snoop Dogg appears on the feel-good first single “Friends & Family,” which the group released following their Verzuz battle with Earth, Wind & Fire in April.

“Snoop Dogg’s been a friend for 20-odd years,” said Ron. “As soon as he heard the ‘Friends and Family’ track, he started laughing and knew exactly what he would do.”

Other features on the still untitled album, due this fall, include Rick Ross, Trey Songz, and Alicia Keys, with production from 1500 or Nothin’, Scott Storch, Eric Hudson, and “possibly Dr. Dre.”

“The album reflects a new take on Ron without losing who he is,” said Kandy. “He evolves and changes with time. It’s Ron 2.0.”

Tierra Whack is leaving the rap game behind.

The Philadelphia rapper shocked fans by seemingly announcing that’s she quitting music. Whack shared the news in an Instagram Story posted Tuesday before deleting it shortly after.

“I quit. I’m done doing music,” she wrote.

Around the same time, she also shared a cryptic message on Twitter. “I ain’t finna ruin nobody else day just cause I’m having a bad one!” she tweeted.

It’s unclear what prompted her decision or if she still intends to quit, but Tierra recently spoke out about the importance of mental health and taking a break on social media.

“Sometimes, you get consumed by everything that’s going on. Sometimes, you just gotta shut everything down and go into your world and your mind,” she told Billboard. “That’s when I’m really like it’s crunch time and I’m working. I’m in the studio, 12 to 12 everyday for two weeks straight. I’m not on my phone. I turn my FaceTime feature off. I’m just in it. There’s so many things that I’ve been through and that I’m going through, I want to put it in the music. I want to give people the real me—the best me.”

The announcement comes as a surprise as Tierra’s star continues to rise. She released her critically-acclaimed debut Whack World in 2018 and collaborated with artists including Beyoncé and Alicia Keys. Additionally, she starred in an Apple commercial and teamed up with LEGO on her most recent video for “Link.”

As recently as April, she planned to release more music. “I have so much to offer in terms of styles and genres,” she added. “I never know what I’m going to put out myself. I surprise myself all the time. I think my fans are pretty much prepared for anything. They’re willing to expect the unexpected. That was just the whole outline for me and my career.”

Kodak Black is flushing his money away, literally.

The controversial rapper has people talking once again with his latest stunts. In one clip posted to Instagram, Kodak can be seen on a boat while throwing stacks of cash into the ocean. In his caption, he seemingly called out his artist Jackboy after the two had a falling out.

“I Broke You Off When Dem F**k Ni**as Wouldn’t Give You A Dime !!! I Ain’t Owe You Shit Ni**a I Just Wanted To See You Shine !!! Yeen Never Gave Me Shit Ni**a I Had My Own Grind !!!!” he wrote.

In another video, Kodak stuffs several hundred dollars in the toilet before flushing it. He then reaches in and pushes the bills down after they get clogged.

His antics received backlash as social media criticized him for not doing something more productive with the money. “Could’ve gave that to a homeless person or hungry kid,” tweeted Rye Rye, while DJ First Class asked, “I Have To Ask Bro, What Was The Point Of This????”

Kodak is no stranger to controversy. He recently came under fire for his Kobe Bryant-themed birthday, which included a purple and gold helicopter that many fans viewed to be in poor taste.

The Weeknd is bringing his talents to HBO.

The R&B superstar is teaming up with the creator of “Euphoria” on a new cult series titled “The Idol.” According to Variety, The Weeknd will star in and co-write the show, which follows a female pop singer who starts a romance with an enigmatic L.A. club owner who is the leader of a secret cult.

The Weeknd will serve as co-writer and executive producer along with Reza Fahim and Sam Levinson (“Euphoria”). Joseph Epstein will also write and executive produce in addition to serving as showrunner. The Weeknd’s manager, Wassim “SAL” Slaiby, and creative director, La Mar C. Taylor, will co-executive produce.

This is not The Weeknd’s first foray into Hollywood. In May 2020, he wrote and starred in an episode of the TBS animated series “American Dad. He also played himself in the 2019 film Uncut Gems opposite Adam Sandler and voiced multiple characters on Adult Swim’s animated series “Robot Chicken.”

The singer, who can be seen in Doja Cat’s new video for “You Right,” also remains focused on music. He is set to hit the road on his “After Hours Tour” starting next year.

Bow Wow is trying to live a stress-free life.

The rapper-actor revealed that he doesn’t rap anymore because of the stress it brings. Just minutes before taking the Verzuz stage against Soulja Boy on Saturday, Bow Wow’s hard drive filled with all his music crashed, causing him to panic.

“I was soooo stressed putting this show together in 4 days for VERZUZ!! What yall don’t know is our hard drive CRASHED 6 mins before we went live!!” he revealed on Instagram.

He also shared a video from backstage at Verzuz, where he explained the pressure that comes along with his career.

“Y’all ni**as see why I don’t wanna rap no motherfu**in’ more, this is exactly why,” he said. “I’m at peace, man. I like hosting my shit, making more money than half of y’all rap ni**as. I like doing my podcast with Fox. This shit right here, it’s the No. 1 reason why a ni**a don’t wanna rap no more.”

“This is the reason why I do movies and I do so much other shit it’s because the rap shit brings stress. I don’t like no motherfu**in’ stress. I haven’t been stressed all motherfu**in’ year up until right now.”

Added the F9 star, “I do not f**k with rap. I hate doing this shit.”

The stress may not be going away anytime soon as Bow Wow is set to hit the road with Omarion on the “Millennium Tour” this fall. The 27-date trek kicks off Oct. 1 with special guests Ashanti, Soulja Boy, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Sammie, and Pretty Ricky.

Bow Wow hasn’t released a new studio album in over a decade, but he plans to release one more album before calling it quits. In January, he announced his final album Before 30.

“I’ma do one more album. It’s gonna be the last one and it’s gonna be called Before 30, and I’ma have Snoop narrate the whole thing,” he told “Ebro in the Morning.” “So it’s gonna be kind of a different project, 10 songs.”

Tyler, the Creator keeps the visuals coming with his latest for “CORSO.”

Hot off his debut BET Awards performance, Sir Baudelaire entertains a group of kids at a party after pleading from his friend, whose son is celebrating his birthday. “You’ll make him the coolest kid in the whole school,” the father tells Tyler.

Tyler agrees before getting up to perform while DJ Drama serves as his hypeman. The young crowd and their parents look on in shock as Tyler delivers his raucous set, which ends with an emotional breakdown.

“Ni**a, my heart broken / Remember I was rich so I bought me some new emotions / And a new boat ’cause I rather cry in the ocean,” he raps while wiping away tears.

“CORSO” appears on Tyler’s latest album Call Me If You Get Lost. The project, which features Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, and Pharrell, is expected to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 175,000 equivalent album units, his largest sales week yet.