Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER Global Junket Press Conference

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Kendrick Lamar Drops Black Panther Tracklist and It’s Everything

The long-awaited Marvel movie is soon to come, and it will be powered by a Black ass soundtrack. Kendrick Lamar dropped the tracklist on Twitter  Wednesday afternoon with a note that the soundtrack will be available on February 9. With the vocal talents of K.dot himself on five of the 14 tracks, he’s also joined with artists such as SZA, ScHoolBoy Q, 2 Chainz, Khalid, and many more. This album is about to be a hitter on all fronts.

FEMA Stresses It’s Not Leaving Puerto Rico

After Puerto Ricans were alarmed to hear that FEMA was leaving, they assumed that the organization would stop providing aid. Fortunately, that is not the case. FEMA has stored 46 million liters of water and four million meals and snacks will continue on the island. It will continue to distribute these goods throughout the island.

“This aid is not stopping,” Mr. Booher said in an interview on Wednesday. “There was no, and is no, current plan to stop providing these commodities, as long as there continues to be an identified need for them.”

Tisha Campbell-Martin Confirms Martin Reboot

In a recent interview, Campbell-Martin confirmed the news we’ve been waiting for: we can expect a Martin reboot and she will be involved with it.

“I can’t tell you…It’s been an honor to be Gena all these years,” she said in an interview with Hip Hollywood. “It’s surprising that people still love those characters so much…but it’s very exciting”

It’s definitely going to be interesting to see how this plays out since Campbell-Martin sued both Martin Lawrence and the show’s producers for sexual harassment and verbal and physical assaults. The lawsuit was settled, which led her to appear in the last episodes in scenes without Lawrence.