DaBaby may be da father.

After much speculation, DaniLeigh has seemingly revealed that DaBaby is the father of her child. The pregnant singer showed off her baby bump in a series of new photos, but it was the hashtag that raised eyebrows.

“#dabiggest,” she wrote along with a white heart emoji.

Fans were quick to notice that it was the same hashtag DaBaby used just days earlier while promoting his new video for “Giving What It’s Supposed to Give.” The troubled rapper has not addressed the speculation that he is the father.

Earlier this month, DaniLeigh announced that she was pregnant with her first child, sharing a slideshow of stunning photos from her maternity shoot.

The rapper, 29, and singer, 26, have been in an on-again, off-again relationship. The two first sparked romance rumors after they were seen spending time together during quarantine last year. In February, DaniLeigh declared that she was single.

DaniLeigh is excited to become a mom. She recently returned home to celebrate her baby shower with her family in the Dominican Republic. “First time my entire family got together like this , little blessing in there thank you for the gifts , the advice , the love , and the support love you all,” she wrote.

The wait is almost over.

After a series of delays, Drake has announced that Certified Lover Boy is finally finished. During his appearance on Sound 42’s “Fry Yiy Friday” on SiriusXM on Friday, Drizzy provided another update on his sixth studio album.

“Album’s cooked. Looking forward to delivering it to you,” he told fans. “Certified Lover Boy on the way, and that’s for anyone in the way.”

It’s unclear who he was referring to, but some speculate that it could be Kanye West, whose highly-anticipated album DONDA is slated to arrive Friday, Aug. 6.

Earlier this month, Drake announced that he was in the home stretch and was headed back to Toronto to mix the long-awaited follow-up to 2018’s Scorpion.

“Definitely on the way home to reunite with my dog and just finish this thing up,” he told OVO Noel.

While he has yet to put an official date on it, Drake previously said that Certified Lover Boy would arrive by the end of summer after it was delayed from January. “I’m back in the studio with 40 tough. I’m just really excited about the music that we’re making and I feel like I’ve locked into a zone where I’m really trying to execute on a project that’s fulfilling for my soul.”

While fans await CLB, Drake can be heard alongside OVO Sound’s newest signee Smiley on the rising Toronto rapper’s single “Over the Top.”

Glasses Malone is weighing in with his own bizarre theory about Lil Nas X.

A week after Nas debuted his much-talked-about video for “Industry Baby,” Malone took to Twitter to speak out against the openly-gay rapper, claiming that “white supremacy” is to blame for his music and videos.

“lil nas x isn’t a puppet for the lgbtq+,” wrote the West Coast rapper. “he’s a puppet for white supremacy…”

He went on to declare Nas’ music as “corny.” “dude just a cornball….. old town road was corny (as much as I liked it),” he said, “but he is getting even more corny.”

Added Malone, “hopefully he grows out if it.”

His tweet caught the attention of Lil Nas himself, who dismissed the wild claim. “day 7 of the industry baby video and now lil nas x is *spins wheel* the symbol of white supremacy,” he wrote.

Malone also shared his opinion about other high-profile gay artists including Frank Ocean, Elton John, and Sam Smith, saying that unlike Nas, they are not corny.

One fan responded with their own suggestion about what Malone meant by “corny.” “we all know what you mean by corny. quiet and suppressing their sexuality,” wrote the Twitter user.

Young Mula, baby!

Lil Wayne is adding a glacier to his neck. The Young Money boss has commissioned celebrity jeweler Eliantte for a massive chain featuring his company logo. The iced-out pendant is shaped with the YM initials and covered in sparkling diamonds.

“Tune ain’t playin,” said Eliantte, who recently designed a charm necklace for Cardi B and Offset’s daughter Kulture. He is also responsible for Lil Uzi Vert’s infamous $24 million pink forehead diamond.

This is not Wayne’s only big purchase. Earlier this year, he bought a $15.4 million house in Hidden Hills, Calif. The 12,135-square-foot modern farmhouse sits on 3.26 acres with 7 beds and 7.5 baths.

The 38-year-old rapper also recently denied rumors that he is married. He told Nicki Minaj that he remains single following his relationship with model Denise Bidot.

Move over Andy Cohen.

Nicki Minaj is in discussions to take over hosting duties for Bravo’s upcoming “Real Housewives of Potomac” reunion special. The “Whole Lotta Money” rapper spoke it into existence when she shared a trailer for the reality series featuring a remake of “Moment 4 Life,” and joked about playing host.

“I’ll be hosting the reunion,” wrote Minaj, who is a “RHOP” superfan. “lmk what y’all want me to ask chile.”

But while she may not have been serious at the time, her joke caught the attention of Bravo’s Andy Cohen, who seemingly offered her the gig. Nicki shared a text message conversation from her publicist who spoke with Cohen about the idea.

“Andy Cohen said he would gladly give up his seat to have you host the Potomac reunion,” the PR rep wrote to an excited Nicki, who responded, “YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS I WANT TO DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

Plans are in motion to tape sometime in October. This would be the first time that someone other than Cohen has hosted a “Real Housewives” reunion.

Minaj, who hosted her own “Queen Radio” show on Apple Music, is already preparing for the job by binge-watching all the “Real Housewives of Potomac” episodes. “We finna get into some thangz hunty,” she said, adding, “My questions will be well thought out, too. Mixed with funny & epic, of course.”

She also provided an update on her long-awaited fifth album. “Barbz, plz don’t send me a million comments about the album & doc chile just lemme have my moment,” said Nicki. “We almost there. Promise. Not lying this time. Love you.”

DONDA is coming back to Atlanta.

Kanye West is reportedly planning to host a second listening event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Thursday, Aug. 5, the eve of his album release.

According to TMZ, Ye and his production team have booked the venue for another DONDA album release. Stadium employees have been hired and plan to work it the same as last week.

But he doesn’t want to repeat himself. The Yeezy visionary is reportedly brainstorming ideas to make the second event different. CAA and Live Nation are also applying pressure because they don’t think it will be as easy to sell tickets if it’s a repeat of the first experience. Some possible ideas include a new stage design or musical arrangement.

During last week’s sold-out listening party, Ye debuted tracks featuring Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Pusha T, Travis Scott, and Roddy Ricch, as well as a surprise collaboration with JAY-Z. The DONDA livestream was a huge hit, breaking the Apple Music record with 3.3 million viewers. Kanye’s estranged wife Kim Kardashian was in attendance, along with their kids.

Kanye has been living at Mercedes-Benz Stadium while he finishes his long-awaited album, which has been delayed to Aug. 6. Earlier this week, he shared his modest living quarters inside the 71,000-seat stadium.

DaBaby won’t go quietly.

Following his controversial set at Rolling Loud, the rapper continues to field criticism from his fellow entertainers including Dua Lipa, Elton John, and Questlove.

The Roots drummer shared a hypothetical lineup for his Summer of Soul festival and DaBaby’s name was crossed out. While DaBaby was once on his dream list of performers, he is canceling him in the wake of his homophobic comments.

“I’m especially not here for any savagery (if you’re lost: Google the idiocy of the crossed out),” wrote Questlove. “I’m not trine be all performative smurf & create a social flogging or start some click bait headlines. That’s missing the point. But right is right & his actions are wrong. Somebody Gotta say it: Homophobia/Transphobia/Xenophobia/Misogyny/Racism——this should go w/o saying is morally wrong.”

He continued, calling DaBaby’s rant “fu**ed up and wrong.” “I had to say something. Again I’m not doing this for ‘what do you want a cookie bro w your ‘love ye one another’ posts?——-black people already have a code about publicly criticizing so I’ll admit i was slow to do this because I mean he don’t know me from Adam. So this will prolly get marked as ‘old hater’ territory. But man…..that shit was not cool at all.”

DaBaby responded by claiming that he doesn’t know who Questlove is despite performing with him and The Roots on “The Tonight Show” in 2019.

“I ain’t even tryna be funny when I say …. I do not know who dis ni**a is dawg,” he wrote on his Instagram Story. “& do not care about loosing [sic] you as a fan my boy @questlove. You or any other ni**a who wanna play follow the leader. This superstar you was a fan of is stand up ni**a, Yeen never seen one of these huh?”

He went on to call out his detractors while boasting about his influence. “These ni**as really think they gone influence people to stop fuckin w/ the INFLUENCE,” he wrote. “They go crazy about what I say not yall. I got da influence and the nuts ni**a. Y’all ni**as cheerleaders.”

On Twitter, DaBaby said he has plans to retire from rap and become an “icon.” “I was tryna be a rapper for like one more year God ready for me to be a ICON now,” he wrote. “This what I asked for I proudly accept the challenge lets get it.”

Madonna also took to Instagram to condemn DaBaby for his “hateful remarks.” “People like you are the reason we are still living in a world divided by fear,” said the pop icon. “All Human beings should be treated with dignity and respect regardless of race, gender, sexual preference or religious beliefs.”

In honor of MTV’s 40th anniversary, Rolling Stone has ranked the 100 greatest music videos of all time and Beyoncé’s “Formation” tops the list.

The magazine calls the Melina Matsoukas-directed visual “a striking commentary on significant moments in Black American history” as it debuted during Black History Month in 2016.

“In under five minutes, Beyoncé moves from a plantation-style house where the black denizens are the masters not the slaves to the top of a sinking police car,” writes the magazine. “If Beyoncé’s self-titled visual album established her as one of the greatest artists of all time, her surprise-released ‘Formation’ video (and ensuing album Lemonade) marked her as one of the most important.”

Elsewhere in the top 10 is Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” at No. 4. “It’s a clip that rewards dozens of viewings,” says RS of the video, which references viral dances and the 2015 shooting in a Charleston church.

The Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” comes in at No. 6, followed by D’Angelo’s 2000 video “Untitled (How Does It Feel?),” where the R&B icon puts his glistening naked body on full display—”The concept is at once a creative shrug and a stroke of genius.”

Michael Jackson’s iconic “Thriller” is absent from the list, but “Billie Jean” lands at No. 14. “It still defines music video at its peak of cultural and emotional impact,” says RS of the 1983 clip.

The list also includes Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” (No. 12), Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” (No. 16), Prince’s “Kiss” (No. 18), Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” (No. 22), JAY-Z’s “99 Problems” (No. 23), 2Pac and Dr. Dre’s “California Love” (No. 27), Drake’s “Hotline Bling” (No. 32), Kanye West’s “Bound 2” (No. 34), and Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” (No. 82).

See the top 20 below and the full list here.

1. Beyoncé – “Formation”
2. Johnny Cash – “Hurt”
3. Madonna – “Vogue”
4. Childish Gambino – “This Is America”
5. New Order – “The Perfect Kiss”
6. Beastie Boys – “Sabotage”
7. D’Angelo – “Untitled (How Does It Feel?)”
8. Peter Gabriel – “Sledgehammer”
9. Guns N’ Roses – “November Rain”
10. Michael Jackson – “Billie Jean”
11. George Michael – “Freedom ’90”
12. Beyoncé – “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”
13. Nirvana – “Smells Like Teen Spirit”
14. A-ha – “Take on Me”
15. The White Stripes – “Fell in Love With a Girl”
16. Missy Elliott – “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”
17. Duran Duran – “Hungry Like the Wolf”
18. Prince – “Kiss”
19. Radiohead – “Paranoid Android”
20. DJ Shadow feat. Run the Jewels – “Nobody Speak”

The King of R&B is back.

After dropping teasers on social media, Jacquees links up with Future on his new single “Not Jus Anybody.” On the R&B jam, which Future declared a “summer anthem,” Jacquees serenades the ladies, while Hndrxx adds his slick flow.

“Not Jus Anybody” follows Jacquees’ collaborations with Queen Naija (“Bed Friend”) and Mulatto (“Freaky As Me”). He is now readying his new album P.T.O.F: Vol. I (Panties Thrown On the Floor), the follow-up to his 2018 debut 4275.

Isaiah Rashad sets it off.

Nearly five years since his last album, the Top Dawg rapper returns to the spotlight with his sophomore album The House Is Burning. The 16-track set includes appearances from Lil Uzi Vert (“From the Garden”), Smino, and Jay Rock. SZA and 6LACK join the 30-year-old Chattanooga MC on the Kenny Beats-produced “Score,” with additional production from Hollywood Cole, Devin Malik, and Kal Banx.

Prior to its release, Isaiah dropped a trio of tracks including “Wat U Sed” featuring Doechii and Kal Banx, “Lay Wit Ya” with Duke Deuce, and “Headshots (4r da Locals).”

The House Is Burning marks the follow-up to 2016’s The Sun’s Tirade. “I just wanted this shit to sound fun,” Isaiah told The FADER. “If I’m sad, people don’t need to be able to tell. And this is probably my most depressing album.”

You can catch Isaiah live when he hits the road on his “Lil Sunny’s Awesome Vacation Tour,” starting Sept. 8 in Boston.

Stream The House Is Burning below.