Having delayed her  highly anticipated world tour due to production delays and rescheduling in eight cities, singer Rhianna has finally hit the road. Kicking off the tour in Jacksonville FL, Rhianna has a long journey ahead of her, with 59 more dates to go. According to show reviews and fan videos that have surfaced, it’s been worth the wait, with fans reporting that Rhianna balances crowd favorites “B***h Betta Have My Money”, “Umbrella” and “Four, Five Seconds”, along with selections from her latest album “ANTI”, including “Same Ol Mistakes”, “Woo”, and  “Word” and added that the show features tastefully flashy  production, such as a flying bridge, which the singer walked across. Reports also say that Rhianna’s fashion game was on point as well, as if one could expect anything less. The only complaint across the board is that the show didn’t last long enough, clocking in at only 90 minutes long. Leaving fans clamoring for more is a sure sign that Rhianna is doing it right, however, an encore would have been nice. Rapper T.I. didn’t mince words in  a new message to unfiltered presidential nominee Donald Trump. The Instagram post reads: “Donald Trump, this message is for you. My name is Clifford “T.I.P.” Harris. I say this as nonviolently but unapologetically as possible. F**k you and f**k what you stand for. Nobody who support me will support you.” He went on to expand on his political stance in the caption. “I ain’t going for it. Mr. Trump, if you beat me, you won, but I will not be fooled!!! I know you got plans for my people that are contrary to our best interests. Make no mistake, we ain’t on the same side. Whatever you are,  I’m not!!! Be clear!!! I have a family, I have children, I have ancestors that I will not let down. If me and mines ain’t safe, if me and mines in danger, guess what? It’s gon take all my air to keep me from #Goin to heh. You have no idea. May God be with you sir. Have a nice day Mr. Trump.” Chris Brown and Mac Miller are among other notables who have come out against Trump. Illinois artist Kweku Collins has been building a fan base since the release of his debut album “Say It Here, Where It’s Safe” last year. Now, as he prepares to release his sophomore album “Nat Love”, he gives fans a taste of his new direction with the single “Death Of  A Salesman”. Produced by fellow Closed Sessions artists Odd Couple, the track contains a dreamy, “In The Jungle”-esque beat while Collins meditates in a sing-song cadence on the realities of gun violence and gang culture in America. The first single from “Nat Love”, “Ghost”, was released in February as Collins gets set to show his new progression to the world. Although it’s only been 10 days since the release of rapper Kendrick Lamar’s “Untitled, Unmastered”, the project is already receiving accolades. Sales have been such that it topped the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart in it’s first week making it the Compton MC’s second album to do so after “To Pimp A Butterfly” reached No. 1 last year. Kendrick did fall short of the numbers he did on  “To Pimp A Butterfly” during it’s first week (142,00 sold compared to 360,000), but that’s to be expected since the album had no prior promotion , no built up anticipation and weren’t all songs not heard previously in some  capacity. However, it did outsell Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz’ collaborative album “ColleGrove”, which was released the same day.