34-year-old country star Cole Swindell travels backwards through an ill-fated relationship in the heartfelt visual for his new single, “Break Up in the End.” “Break Up in the End” is Swindell’s ninth career single, following seven No. 1 singles as a solo artist. The song, written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon, is also Swindell’s first offering from his forthcoming third studio album, expected out later this year. The video is directed by Jay Martin and pairs Swindell with leading lady Alicia Watson. In addition to the video above, Swindell has also unveiled an alternate version on Spotify. Swindell will wrap his first career-headlining Reason to Drink Tour in Los Angeles with Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina.
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Cardi B is back with new material. Cardi dropped her single, “Be Careful,” and on the new track, Cardi raps about the consequences of a man cheating on her, which is likely a reference to her recent scandal, in which Offset was seen with another woman. The new tracks is most likely coming from her forthcoming debut album, Invasion of Privacy. Earlier this week, the newly-signed Quality Control artist teased her album on social media, sharing the cover art. The photo featured Cardi rocking an orange wig with a black and white ensemble.
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Footage of rapper Fabolous flying into a complete rage against longtime girlfriend Emily B and her father, all while carrying what appears to be a sharp object and hurling threats at the them, has been released. Shot last Wednesday in the driveway of the couple’s New Jersey home, the video shows the rapper’s bodyguard attempting to hold him back as he shouts at his girlfriend and her father, who was visiting the home. Emily shrieks as Fab lunges at her. A child is also heard screaming in the background. The disturbing footage comes amid claims from Emily that Fabolous knocked out two of her teeth on March 7. In the clip, Emily is seen trying to film her boyfriend’s violent behavior, which seemed to enrage him even more.
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