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An extended version of Drake and Beyonce’s “Can I” surfaced, Fetty Wap’s debut album climbs to the No. 1 spot and Jeezy is gearing up to release his newest LP Church In These Streets. Get it all inside….

Remember when a snippet of Drake and Beyonce’s “Can I” track leaked online back in May? Well, now an extended, more polished 2-minute version has surfaced thanks to Drake’s manager Oliver El-Khatib releasing it during Saturday’s OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1 episode.

This is the 2nd time Drizzy & Bey collab on track following their joint track “Mine” featured on Mrs. Carter’s 2013 self-titled album. It’s rumored “Can I” will be featured on the 6ix God’s upcoming View From the 6 LP, which we hear is suppose to drop sometime this year. We’ll have to wait and see, in the meantime, get lost in “Can I” below:

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On the charts…

New Jersey native Fetty Wap is having an amazing year thus far. After finding much success with radio-topping singles such as “Trap Queen” and “My Way,” Fetty now has a No. 1 album under his belt.

The NJ rapper released his self-titled album on September 25th, pushing 129,000 units (in the week ending Oct. 1st), earning him the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200. Nice. Congrats Fetty! And you’re still in our prayers for a speedy recovery.

In other music news….

If you’re a Jeezy fan, get excited!

It appears the Snow Man’s upcoming eighth studio album is on it’s way. Yesterday, Jeezy released the cover art to his Church In The Streets LP, which is expected to drop November 13th.

In this week’s installment of his #SundayService series (directed by Gabriel Hart), the ATL rapper gives us a behind the scenes look at footage for his upcoming video for the album’s title track “Church In These Streets.” Leading up to his album’s release, Jeezy has been releasing new content and new music to keep fans satisfied until he drops his new album.

Peep the BTS clip below, including a cameo from Lil Boosie and Jeezy rallying with “Black Lives Matter” protesters in ATL:

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