Desiigner Raps About Drake and Rihanna on New Track “Holy Ghost”

In following up on “Outlet,” Desiigner is back with his second single of 2017. Dubbed “Holy Ghost,” the track finds the G.O.O.D. Music artist showcasing his trademark rapid flow and autotune filter.

The song is, however, noticeably more melodic than previous Desiigner drops, as he raps about drugs, Rihanna and Drake’s recently released More Life.

After streaming “Holy Ghost” underneath, be sure to hit us with your thoughts on the new tune.

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Sounds Like Twitter Only Just Figured Out THOSE Lyrics From Missy Elliott’s Work It!

Missy Elliott is back on the music scene, but fans are still obsessing over her classic work!

After all, it’s almost impossible not to sing along when her 2002 hit Work It comes on! But somehow it’s taken until now for listeners to figure out what exactly the 45-year-old is saying when she sings those jumbled up lyrics in the chorus.


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So when Missy is singing:

“I put my thing down, flip it and reverse it/Ti esrever dna ti pilf nwod gniht ym tup I”

She literally flipped it and reversed it!!

No wonder Twitter‘s mind is blown:

Several Cars Damaged In Car Fire On East Side

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A line of parked cars caught fire one by one Friday in Midtown East.

As CBS2’s Dave Carlin reported, cellphone video showed the block-long inferno. Flames stretched down the north side of 58th Street near Second Avenue, consuming car after car.

Seven cars were reduced to toasted shells of what they once had been. One of the vehicles that was destroyed was George Attard’s brand new minivan.

“I got a call from my doorman who said, ‘Your car is on fire,’” Attard said. “Everything started from the van – from the plumbing van.”

The work van where the fire started belongs to Gold’s Plumbing. Its driver told investigators he had just pulled over on 58th Street between First and Second avenues around 9 a.m.

A smoky, mechanical problem forced him out of the van. And then came a boom, followed by the fire that snaked along a trail of leaking fuel downhill.

“The gasoline ran under the cars and I guess cars went on fire,” Attard said.

Residents of the apartment building closest to the burned out vehicles were inside. They heard explosions and went to the windows, took out cell phones and took video.

“They had to break windows to put the fire out,” said Mike McNenny.

McNenny shot video from his seventh-floor apartment window.

“I was kind of like a little bit scared, like, well I wonder if the building’s, going to, you know, like, go on fire,” he said. “But like I said, the Fire Department did a good job.”

“I looked out the window, saw cars on fire, and I came right downstairs,” added Julie Leventhal. “Luckily. everybody was OK.”

Leventhal said the shock only briefly rocked neighbors. No one was hurt, and the block quickly reopened to traffic.

CBS2 has made calls to the owners of Gold’s Plumbing for comment. They had not called back late Friday afternoon.

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Hands-On With Apple’s New (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7

Apple’s new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and 7 Plus went on sale online and in retail stores around the world today, and after a short wait in line, we managed to get our hands on one of the new devices.

Made from a matte red aluminum, the red iPhone 7 is super pigmented and bright in real life, but aside from its snazzy new casing, it’s identical to existing devices. Check out the video below for our detailed look at Apple’s first red iPhone.

The new red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus can be purchased from the online Apple Store and in retail locations, where supplies seem to be plentiful. There were lines at many stores around the country, however, so it could potentially sell out.

Prices for the red iPhone 7 start at $749, with the device available in 128 and 256GB capacities. Pricing for the red iPhone 7 Plus starts at $869.

The new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are available in the United States and dozens of other countries today, and by the end of March, the device will be available in more than 40 countries and regions.

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