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Yacht Week to return with dazzling destinations in 2024

The renowned floating festival continues to deliver unforgettable adventures as it reveals a return to Sardinia’s luxurious Emerald Coast, new themed routes to Greece, plus party-starting routes in Croatia with Ultra Music Festival and Drumcode.

The iconic floating festival, Yacht Week, has announced its dazzling destinations for 2024, each guaranteeing an unforgettable adventure for hundreds of like-minded travelers. Over a sublime seven days of sailing, exploring, and dancing, Yacht Week will bring back the former sell-out Sardinia route, as well as introduce Latin, hip hop and Afrobeats weeks, as choices on its popular Greece or Croatia routes. 2024 also sees the welcome return of the party-starting Croatia Ultra Festival route and for techno aficionados, the Drumcode takeover. Bookings for all Yacht Week destinations (May – Aug 2024) open on 28th September 2023. Sign up now via www.theyachtweek.com .

Following a sold-out summer in 2023 – and now entering its 18th year – Yacht Week is the original festival of the seas. It’s a special, shared experience for both single travelers and groups of friends. Unplug and relax, or party like there’s no tomorrow, with natural bay swims, hikes, seaside yoga, quad biking, dockside discos, ancient fort raves, regatta racing, and so much more. Yacht Week is recognized as the trip of a lifetime for a community of travelers, each setting out to explore paradise in their own premium yacht with a skipper and host. Each year Yacht Week adds a new route to its offering and for 2024, it brings back Sardinia and the crystal blue Emerald Coast. For two weeks in June, this route sees luxury meet wild terrain as the flotilla moors in beautiful archipelagos and enjoys wellness activities, renowned beach clubs such as ‘Rituals’, stylish parties in stunning locations such as La Maddelena Dock and the exquisite Cone Club, and a sumptuous mix of local cuisine in contemporary restaurants.

Also new for 2024, Yacht Week delivers two themed weeks on the Greece route. Applebum (Jun 8-14) will serve up a week of carefully curated hip hop, while Vibras (June 13-19) will bring the sultry sounds of Latin music to Yacht Week from reggaeton to Brazilian funk, and Latin pop to Latin house. These Yacht Week parties will be filled with the perfect soundtrack for sunkissed beaches and sizzling nights. 

The Croatia route will see an intrepid crowd dive headfirst into a carefully curated week of incredible experiences with a flotilla of new friends from around the world. Every night there are parties in amazing locations from clubs to deserted islands, to parties at sea with DJs performing on the ‘Buzz Boat’ – a floating DJ booth alongside the world’s first floating dance floor. During the day is sailing, swimming, and snorkeling in crystal blue waters; exploring, hiking, and shopping; kicking back at the coolest beach clubs; enjoying the best food and drink on offer, and much more.   

Music is always a central part of the Yacht Week experience and 2024 is no different. For fans of Afrobeats and dancehall, Yacht Week caters with its own in-house brand, Rhythm & Waves (June 22 – 28). While those with true party stamina can take on the Croatia Ultra Festival route (July 6-12) letting Yacht Week guests attend one of the world’s best house and techno festivals as VIPs. This week puts the ‘rave’ into travel and there is no better way to arrive than by yacht!

Yacht Week 2024 also collaborates with cutting-edge techno label, Drumcode for a third year. This hugely popular week (June 1-7) continues to redefine what a music festival can be as some of the world’s preeminent techno artists, including Drumcode founder Adam Beyer, join the flotilla in an intimate and unforgettable journey. Parties take place in captivating locations such as a lighthouse, a deserted island, a submarine shelter, a historic fortress, and more.

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What is Rhythm and Waves week? Rhythm and Waves is a Yacht Week takeover. The renowned London-based music platform that has taken the city by storm! The route will be the same in Croatia however the vibe of the week is a little different as Rhythm and Waves take over the music! ​ ​ What music should I expect? Expect the ultimate fusion of music including Hip Hop, Reggaeton, Soca, Afro beats and Dancehall.

What DJs will be playing? Rhythm and Waves will bring some of their outstanding DJs to make your week memorable! See here to get excited.

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It's been 7 years since our very first party, an iconic coming together of good friends and good music in a little bar in Islington, North London. Since then, the Applebum crew have gone on to host parties in 15 cities across the world, long-standing weekly Ibiza residency & carving out a signature sound of old school jams mixed with the freshest new music, from the world of Hip Hop, R&B, Soul, Grime, Afrobeat & beyond. The size of our crew might have changed, but the same attitude to throwing dope parties for good people with good music remains! Now the Uk's biggest R&B club night sets sail along the beautiful coastline of Croatia with Yacht Week for a week of unforgettable experiences! 

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Joe is an international DJ, party starter, slammer selector and veteran yacht weeker. Catch him playing at several venues across the hip-hop takeover week with the Applebum crew!

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A Yacht Week veteran, heading up the Applebum crew on every takeover. Head honcho of Soho London radio & countless tours across the UK, this summer he set sale with the Applebum crew once again! 

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Original Applebum resident, with us from the very beginning. Toured the UK with Snoop Dogg and Public Enemy, bringing the old hip hop with the new bangers!

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With over a decade in the game, Tom’s sets fuse big room atmospheres with house party energies across the genres. Tom’s signature style of blending, looping and layering new school tracks with classic-cuts has seen him play to some of the World’s best dance floors.

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Lawsuit Naming Sean 'Diddy' Combs as Co-Defendant Alleges His Son Sexually Assaulted Woman on Yacht

A lawsuit that names Sean “Diddy” Combs as a co-defendant alleges that his son Christian “King” Combs sexually assaulted a woman working on a yacht chartered by his father

Lawsuit Naming Sean 'Diddy' Combs as Co-Defendant Alleges His Son Sexually Assaulted Woman on Yacht

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FILE - Christian Combs attends Day 1 of Maxim Big Game Weekend, Friday, Feb. 11, 2022, at City Market Pavilion in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP, File)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A lawsuit that names Sean “Diddy” Combs as a co-defendant alleges that his son Christian “King” Combs sexually assaulted a woman working on a yacht chartered by his father.

The suit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court says Sean Combs created the circumstances that led to the assault and paid to cover it up afterward. It’s the latest in a series of lawsuits accusing the producer and music mogul of sexual misconduct, and it comes amid a federal sex trafficking investigation that led Homeland Security agents to raid his homes in Los Angeles and Miami last week.

Grace O'Marcaigh, who worked as a crew member and a bartender on the boat, says that in late December 2022, Christian Combs pressured her to drink tequila that she believes was spiked with other drugs. He groped her breasts and genitals and attempted to force her to perform oral sex, the suit alleges.

The Associated Press does not typically name people who say they have been sexually abused unless they come forward publicly, as O’Marcaigh has done. She also consented to being named through her attorneys.

Aaron Dyer, an attorney for Sean and Christian Combs, called the lawsuit “lewd and meritless.”

"We will be filing a motion to dismiss this outrageous claim," Dyer said in a statement.

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Dyer called the investigation that brought last week's raids "nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits.”

Sean Combs, who chartered the yacht throughout the holidays in 2022, “had full control of the staff and premises” and created circumstances where her assault was not only tolerated but encouraged.

O’Marcaigh, who was 25 at the time, said when Christian Combs, then 24, came aboard late one night, he appeared heavily intoxicated and began giving her inappropriate attention.

She said the two were in a music studio on board the ship, where producer Rodney Jones, who filed his own lawsuit in February, was told to be available around the clock for Sean Combs to work on his next album.

O’Marcaigh said in the suit that Christian Combs was insistent that she take shots of tequila, and she drank out of obligation.

The suit alleges he became increasingly aggressive with her, violently grabbing her arm as she tried to get out of the situation then groping her. The drinks made everything blurry, unusually quickly, the suit says.

Microphones in the studio, where Jones was told to capture everything, recorded their exchange, and the lawsuit includes a transcript where O’Marcaigh demands that Christian Combs stop touching her.

The suit alleges that he later continued the assault in the ship's movie theater, which was used as a spare sleeping area and where she was attempting to find a place to spend the night because the rooms were all taken, before another crew member appeared and he stopped.

O’Marcaigh told the yacht's captain about the assault the following morning, but she alleges that after Combs gave him a large amount of cash the same day, the captain failed to meaningfully investigate or take any action.

The suit says O'Marcaigh was eventually fired in retaliation and has since been unable to find work in the music industry where she had planned to build a career. It says since 2022, she has suffered severe emotional trauma.

The lawsuit seeks damages to be determined at trial.

Christian Combs is also a musical artist whose song “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” with Kodak Black topped Billboard’s Mainstream R&B Hip-Hop charts in 2022. He was at his father's Los Angeles home during last week's searches, during which he and his brother were handcuffed but not arrested.

The producer Jones’ federal lawsuit, filed in February by Tyrone Blackburn, the same attorney as O’Marcaigh's suit, includes allegations that Sean Combs coerced him to solicit prostitutes and pressured him to have sex with them.

Dyer's statement said the newest lawsuit is “filled with the same kind of manufactured lies and irrelevant facts we’ve come to expect from Blackburn.”

He pointed out that U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote criticized Blackburn in a separate lawsuit on Wednesday and referred him to a disciplinary committee for a “pattern of behavior" where he “improperly files cases in federal court to garner media attention, embarrass defendants with salacious allegations, and pressure defendants to settle quickly.”

Blackburn responded in an email that “a referral is not a sanction” and the statement from Combs' lawyer was an attempt to “deflect and distract.”

“Christian Combs sexually assaulted Ms. O’Marcaigh, and we have it on tape," Blackburn said.

Several lawsuits have brought public scrutiny to the music and business mogul, beginning with a November suit from his former protege and girlfriend, the R&B singer Cassie , which alleged years of sexual abuse, including rape. It was settled the following day .

Combs and his attorneys have denied all of the lawsuits' allegations.

Combs, a three-time Grammy winner and the founder of Bad Boy Records, is among the most influential hip-hop producers and executives of the past three decades. He turned his hip-hop empire into a broader business empire that includes private-label spirits , fashion, and a TV network .

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Lawsuit naming Diddy as co-defendant alleges his son sexually assaulted woman

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LOS ANGELES — A lawsuit that names Sean “Diddy” Combs as a co-defendant alleges that his son Christian “King” Combs sexually assaulted a woman working on a yacht chartered by his father.

The suit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court says Sean Combs created the circumstances that led to the assault and paid to cover it up afterward. It’s the latest in a series of lawsuits accusing the producer and music mogul of sexual misconduct, and it comes amid a federal sex trafficking investigation that led Homeland Security agents to search his homes in Los Angeles and Miami last week.

Grace O’Marcaigh, who worked as a crew member and a bartender on the boat, says that in late December 2022, Christian Combs pressured her to drink tequila that she believes was spiked with other drugs. He groped her breasts and genitals and attempted to force her to perform oral sex, the suit alleges.

The Associated Press does not typically name people who say they have been sexually abused unless they come forward publicly, as O’Marcaigh has done. She also consented to being named through her attorneys.

Aaron Dyer, an attorney for Sean and Christian Combs, called the lawsuit “lewd and meritless.”

“We will be filing a motion to dismiss this outrageous claim,” Dyer said in a statement.

Dyer called the investigation that brought last week’s searches “nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits.”

Sean Combs, who chartered the yacht throughout the holidays in 2022, “had full control of the staff and premises” and created circumstances where her assault was not only tolerated but encouraged.

O’Marcaigh, who was 25 at the time, said when Christian Combs, then 24, came aboard late one night, he appeared heavily intoxicated and began giving her inappropriate attention.

She said the two were in a music studio on board the ship, where producer Rodney Jones, who filed his own lawsuit in February, was told to be available around the clock for Sean Combs to work on his next album.

O’Marcaigh said in the suit that Christian Combs was insistent that she take shots of tequila, and she drank out of obligation.

The suit alleges he became increasingly aggressive with her, violently grabbing her arm as she tried to get out of the situation then groping her. The drinks made everything blurry, unusually quickly, the suit says.

Microphones in the studio, where Jones was told to capture everything, recorded their exchange, and the lawsuit includes a transcript where O’Marcaigh demands that Christian Combs stop touching her.

The suit alleges that he later continued the assault in the ship’s movie theater, which was used as a spare sleeping area and where she was attempting to find a place to spend the night because the rooms were all taken, before another crew member appeared and he stopped.

O’Marcaigh told the yacht’s captain about the assault the following morning, but she alleges that after Combs gave him a large amount of cash the same day, the captain failed to meaningfully investigate or take any action.

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The suit says O’Marcaigh was eventually fired in retaliation and has since been unable to find work in the music industry where she had planned to build a career. It says since 2022, she has suffered severe emotional trauma.

The lawsuit seeks damages to be determined at trial.

Christian Combs is also a musical artist whose song “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” with Kodak Black topped Billboard’s Mainstream R&B Hip-Hop charts in 2022. He was at his father’s Los Angeles home during last week’s searches, during which he and his brother were handcuffed but not arrested.

The producer Jones’ federal lawsuit, filed in February by Tyrone Blackburn, the same attorney as O’Marcaigh’s suit, includes allegations that Sean Combs coerced him to solicit prostitutes and pressured him to have sex with them.

Dyer’s statement said the newest lawsuit is “filled with the same kind of manufactured lies and irrelevant facts we’ve come to expect from Blackburn.”

He pointed out that U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote criticized Blackburn in a separate lawsuit on Wednesday and referred him to a disciplinary committee for a “pattern of behavior” where he “improperly files cases in federal court to garner media attention, embarrass defendants with salacious allegations, and pressure defendants to settle quickly.”

Blackburn responded in an email that “a referral is not a sanction” and the statement from Combs’ lawyer was an attempt to “deflect and distract.”

“Christian Combs sexually assaulted Ms. O’Marcaigh, and we have it on tape,” Blackburn said.

Several lawsuits have brought public scrutiny to the music and business mogul, beginning with a November suit from his former protege and girlfriend, the R&B singer Cassie, which alleged years of sexual abuse, including rape. It was settled the following day.

Combs and his attorneys have denied all of the lawsuits’ allegations.

Combs, a three-time Grammy winner and the founder of Bad Boy Records, is among the most influential hip-hop producers and executives of the past three decades. He turned his hip-hop empire into a broader business empire that includes private-label spirits, fashion and a TV network.

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The Best New Hip-Hop This Week

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The best new hip-hop this week includes albums, videos, and songs from Doja Cat, GloRilla, J. Cole and more.

Just when you thought it was going to be a chill week in hip-hop, here comes J. Cole with a surprise album release to upset the apple cart as he responds to Kendrick Lamar’s very loud call-out a few weeks before. This happened, of course, in the same week that brought us:

Latto putting the “L” back in “TLC” as she joined her fellow ATLiens onstage to perform their hit “ Waterfalls “:

The official announcement of the return of NxWorries with “ 86Sentra “:

Lil Yachty remixing a 30-year-old McDonald’s jingle out of nowhere:

The long-awaited return of G-Eazy alongside Coi Leray and Kaliii (a true ally):

And GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion teaming up to affirm that the “girl rapper wave” still ain’t “dead”:

Whew, what a week.

Here is the best of hip-hop this week ending April 5, 2024.

Albums/EPs/Mixtapes

Doja cat — scarlet 2 claude.

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Doja Cat adds seven new tracks to her table-shaking fourth album Scarlet . Again, she goes out of her way to avoid categorization, despite features from ASAP Rocky and Teezo Touchdown (who are also nominally known as rappers but have run the gamut of psychedelic sounds over the course of their respective careers). No, she doesn’t diss Cardi B on the new tracks but she does continue to take fans and industry frauds to task for their meddling in artists’ lives.

GloRilla — EhhThang EhhThang

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Yeah, Glo! The Memphis rapper rediscovers her groove after a successful media run that once again endeared her to the fickle hip-hop audience. More homespun wisdom and elbow swinging trap realness bounds on her latest, which features appearances from Megan Thee Stallion, Moneybagg Yo, and more.

J. Cole — Might Delete Later

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Hey, man, weren’t you just working on that album you’ve been teasing for the past six years? While the world has been waiting for The Fall Off , Cole’s been building a separate body of work, which he unleashed on the unsuspecting public with no prior warning. Accomplices in this act of audio terrorism include Dreamville mainstays like Ari Lennox and Bas, peers like Ab-Soul and Daylyt, and even inspirations Cam’ron and Gucci Mane.

LaRussell — Live From The 206

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It’s been hard to keep track of the Bay Area distruptor’s output, mainly because there’s been so much of it. LaRussell doesn’t sit on anything; he just drops as he goes and lets the world catch on (case in point, this is his third in less than two months). LaRussell’s independent mindset may make it tougher to keep up, but it’s always worth checking out his latest work.

Reuben Vincent — General Admission

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I wasn’t looking for the 9th Wonder protege on my release radar but there he was on my Tidal this morning. I ain’t complaining; those who say “hip-hop has been boring” between bouts of high-school gossip would do well to actually, y’know, check for new hip-hop. Lots of good stuff out there… like this.

Singles/Videos

Concrete boys — “where yo daddy” feat. karrahboo.

After officially launching his label, Lil Yachty has done a terrific job of supporting his new rap crew. Karrahboo is the obvious standout, as demonstrated by “Where Yo Daddy,” and it’ll be fascinating to see the Concrete Boys’ trajectory as they move out of the shadow of his old group Sailing Team to establish themselves in their own right.

Courtney Bell — “Word II Conway” Feat. Conway The Machine

Detroit wordsmith Courtney Bell has been on a bit of a hot streak this year. Following up January’s “Westside” with fellow Motor City motormouth Royce Da 5’9, “Word II Conway” sees him match wits with the Buffalo bully. Bell is exactly the sort of rapper who flies under the radar for a while but produces so consistently that one day you look up and he’s got a tremendous body of work, a fervent fanbase, and respected reputation among his peers, elders, and successors, just like the guys he’s been working with lately.

Lil Wayne & Wheezy — “Bless” Feat. Young Thug

I wish I could have sampled the sound my girlfriend made when Wayne suddenly popped up onscreen during our weekly watching of WWE Raw (she’s a big fan) and turned it into a beat. It was mind and eardrum-blowing. This is probably the song he’ll be performing at Wrestlemania this weekend (we’ll be watching, of course). Free Young Thug already, darnit.

ZelooperZ — “WOA!” Feat. Zack Fox

Zack Fox is a maniac. That is all.

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Ideal for a few days of fun and frivolity, the iconic floating festival, Yacht Week, has announced its impressive destinations for 2024

Offering different routes throughout summer, each featuring over a sublime seven days of sailing, exploring, and dancing, for 2024 Yacht Week will bring back the former sell-out Sardinia route. Music lovers can also book their spaces to enjoy Latin, hip hop and Afrobeats weeks, as choices on its popular Greece or Croatia routes.

2024 also sees the welcome return of the party-starting Croatia Ultra Festival route and for techno aficionados, the Drumcode takeover. Bookings for all Yacht Week destinations (May – Aug 2024) open on 28th September 2023, via  www.theyachtweek.com . 

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Following a sold-out summer in 2023 – and now entering its 18th year – Yacht Week is the original festival of the seas. It’s a special, shared experience for both single travellers and groups of friends. Unplug and relax, or party like there’s no tomorrow, with natural bay swims, hikes, seaside yoga, quad biking, dockside discos, ancient fort raves, regatta racing, and so much more.

Yacht Week is recognised as the trip of a lifetime for a community of travellers, each setting out to explore paradise in their own premium yacht with a skipper and host. Guests can either fill a yacht with up to 12 friends, or use the platform’s handy Crew Finder to connect with other travellers.

Each year Yacht Week adds a new route to its offering and for 2024, it brings back Sardinia and the crystal blue Emerald Coast. For two weeks in June, this route sees luxury meet wild terrain as the flotilla moors in beautiful archipelagos and enjoys wellness activities, renowned beach clubs such as ‘Rituals’, stylish parties in stunning locations such as La Maddelena Dock and the exquisite Cone Club, and a sumptuous mix of local cuisine in contemporary restaurants.

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Also new for 2024, Yacht Week delivers two themed weeks on the Greece route.  Applebum  (Jun 8-14) will serve up a week of carefully curated hip hop, while  Vibras  (June 13-19) will bring the sultry sounds of Latin music to Yacht Week from reggaeton to Brazilian funk, and Latin pop to Latin house. These Yacht Week parties will be filled with the perfect soundtrack for sunkissed beaches and sizzling nights. 

The Croatia route will see an intrepid crowd dive headfirst into a carefully curated week of incredible experiences with a flotilla of new friends from around the world. Every night there are parties in amazing locations from clubs to deserted islands, to parties at sea with DJs performing on the ‘Buzz Boat’ – a floating DJ booth alongside the world’s first floating dancefloor.

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During the day is sailing, swimming, and snorkelling in crystal blue waters; exploring, hiking, and shopping; kicking back at the coolest beach clubs; enjoying the best food and drink on offer, and much more.   

Music is always a central part of the Yacht Week experience and 2024 is no different. For fans of Afrobeats and dancehall, Yacht Week caters with its own in-house brand,  Rhythm & Waves  (June 22 – 28). While those with true party stamina can take on the Croatia Ultra Festival route (July 6-12) letting Yacht Week guests attend one of the world’s best house and techno festivals as VIPs. This week puts the ‘rave’ into travel and there is no better way to arrive than by yacht!

Yacht Week 2024 also collaborates with cutting-edge techno label, Drumcode for a third year. This hugely popular week (June 1-7) continues to redefine what a music festival can be as some of the world’s preeminent techno artists, including Drumcode founder Adam Beyer, join the flotilla in an intimate and unforgettable journey. Parties take place in captivating locations such as a lighthouse, a deserted island, a submarine shelter, a historic fortress, and more.

Yacht Week is more than just a holiday. It’s true guests are left with a stunning Insta feed, but the knowledgeable crew members know exactly where to go and what to do to help create memories that last. 

Prices start from just £562 / €641 / $699 / CA$944 / A$1082 per person. For more info, early bird pricing, and early access to the best yachts, please visit theyachtweek.co m .

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Week in and week out, there are  plenty  of  brand-new   rap songs, no matter the time of year. It can be really difficult to stay aware of what's out and also what's hot, so  XXL  decided to make things much easier for you. Instead of sorting out nearly everything that released this week, we've narrowed it down to strictly the best of the week, saving you plenty of time.

Expect to see selections from the established stars, the next wave of new talent, the up-and-comers and everyone else in between. If your song is fire enough to beat the competition, it'll take one of the weekly spots. You can trust us on this one; follow our lead and you'll never get laughed off the aux cord again. Your friends will finally trust you with playlists; it'll be wonderful. In addition to that, you can check back every week for the latest and greatest tracks. You'll always have somewhere to turn to each week, being sure to find some songs you'll dig.

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Lawsuit naming Sean 'Diddy' Combs as co-defendant alleges his son sexually assaulted woman on yacht

A lawsuit that names Sean “Diddy” Combs as a co-defendant alleges that his son Christian “King” Combs sexually assaulted a woman working on a yacht chartered by his father

LOS ANGELES -- A lawsuit that names Sean “Diddy” Combs as a co-defendant alleges that his son Christian “King” Combs sexually assaulted a woman working on a yacht chartered by his father.

The suit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court says Sean Combs created the circumstances that led to the assault and paid to cover it up afterward. It’s the latest in a series of lawsuits accusing the producer and music mogul of sexual misconduct, and it comes amid a federal sex trafficking investigation that led Homeland Security agents to raid his homes in Los Angeles and Miami last week.

Grace O'Marcaigh, who worked as a crew member and a bartender on the boat, says that in late December 2022, Christian Combs pressured her to drink tequila that she believes was spiked with other drugs. He groped her breasts and genitals and attempted to force her to perform oral sex, the suit alleges.

The Associated Press does not typically name people who say they have been sexually abused unless they come forward publicly, as O’Marcaigh has done. She also consented to being named through her attorneys.

Aaron Dyer, an attorney for Sean and Christian Combs, called the lawsuit “lewd and meritless.”

"We will be filing a motion to dismiss this outrageous claim," Dyer said in a statement.

Dyer called the investigation that brought last week's raids "nothing more than a witch hunt based on meritless accusations made in civil lawsuits.”

Sean Combs, who chartered the yacht throughout the holidays in 2022, “had full control of the staff and premises” and created circumstances where her assault was not only tolerated but encouraged.

O’Marcaigh, who was 25 at the time, said when Christian Combs, then 24, came aboard late one night, he appeared heavily intoxicated and began giving her inappropriate attention.

She said the two were in a music studio on board the ship, where producer Rodney Jones, who filed his own lawsuit in February, was told to be available around the clock for Sean Combs to work on his next album.

O’Marcaigh said in the suit that Christian Combs was insistent that she take shots of tequila, and she drank out of obligation.

The suit alleges he became increasingly aggressive with her, violently grabbing her arm as she tried to get out of the situation then groping her. The drinks made everything blurry, unusually quickly, the suit says.

Microphones in the studio, where Jones was told to capture everything, recorded their exchange, and the lawsuit includes a transcript where O’Marcaigh demands that Christian Combs stop touching her.

The suit alleges that he later continued the assault in the ship's movie theater, which was used as a spare sleeping area and where she was attempting to find a place to spend the night because the rooms were all taken, before another crew member appeared and he stopped.

O’Marcaigh told the yacht's captain about the assault the following morning, but she alleges that after Combs gave him a large amount of cash the same day, the captain failed to meaningfully investigate or take any action.

The suit says O'Marcaigh was eventually fired in retaliation and has since been unable to find work in the music industry where she had planned to build a career. It says since 2022, she has suffered severe emotional trauma.

The lawsuit seeks damages to be determined at trial.

Christian Combs is also a musical artist whose song “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” with Kodak Black topped Billboard’s Mainstream R & B Hip-Hop charts in 2022. He was at his father's Los Angeles home during last week's searches, during which he and his brother were handcuffed but not arrested.

The producer Jones’ federal lawsuit, filed in February by Tyrone Blackburn, the same attorney as O’Marcaigh's suit, includes allegations that Sean Combs coerced him to solicit prostitutes and pressured him to have sex with them.

Dyer's statement said the newest lawsuit is “filled with the same kind of manufactured lies and irrelevant facts we’ve come to expect from Blackburn.”

He pointed out that U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote criticized Blackburn in a separate lawsuit on Wednesday and referred him to a disciplinary committee for a “pattern of behavior" where he “improperly files cases in federal court to garner media attention, embarrass defendants with salacious allegations, and pressure defendants to settle quickly.”

Blackburn responded in an email that “a referral is not a sanction” and the statement from Combs' lawyer was an attempt to “deflect and distract.”

“Christian Combs sexually assaulted Ms. O’Marcaigh, and we have it on tape," Blackburn said.

Several lawsuits have brought public scrutiny to the music and business mogul, beginning with a November suit from his former protege and girlfriend, the R & B singer Cassie, which alleged years of sexual abuse, including rape. It was settled the following day.

Combs and his attorneys have denied all of the lawsuits' allegations.

Combs, a three-time Grammy winner and the founder of Bad Boy Records, is among the most influential hip-hop producers and executives of the past three decades. He turned his hip-hop empire into a broader business empire that includes private-label spirits, fashion, and a TV network.

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Future, Metro Boomin & Kendrick Lamar Hold Atop Hot 100, Beyoncé Boasts Three in Top 10

"Like That" leads for a second week, while Beyoncé charts "Texas Hold 'Em" at No. 2, "II Most Wanted" (with Miley Cyrus) at No. 6 and "Jolene" at No. 7.

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Future , Metro Boomin and Kendrick Lamar ’s “Like That” scores a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, a week after it launched at the summit .

Meanwhile, Beyoncé claims three songs in the Hot 100’s top 10: former two-week leader “Texas Hold ‘Em” rebounds 11-2; “II Most Wanted,” with Miley Cyrus , debuts at No. 6; and Beyoncé’s update of Dolly Parton ’s classic “Jolene” begins at No. 7. All three tracks are from Beyoncé’s album Cowboy Carter , which soars in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 407,000 equivalent album units in the United States March 29-April 4, according to Luminate – the biggest week for a set in 2024. It also opens as the superstar’s first No. 1 on the Top Country Albums and Americana/Folk Albums charts.

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The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data, the lattermost metric reflecting purchases of physical singles and digital tracks from full-service digital music retailers; digital singles sales from direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites are excluded from chart calculations. All charts (dated April 13, 2024) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow, April 9. For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both X, formerly known as Twitter, and Instagram.

Luminate, the independent data provider to the Billboard charts, completes a thorough review of all data submissions used in compiling the weekly chart rankings. Luminate reviews and authenticates data. In partnership with Billboard , data deemed suspicious or unverifiable is removed, using established criteria, before final chart calculations are made and published.

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“Like That,” on Boominati/Freebandz/Republic/Epic Records, drew 46.1 million streams (down 23%) and 10.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 81%) and sold 6,000 (down 29%) March 29-April 4.

The single adds a second week at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart and falls 2-8 on Digital Song Sales .

A week earlier, “Like That” blasted in at No. 1 on the Hot 100 as Future and Lamar’s third leader each and Metro Boomin’s first as a billed recording artist (following two as a writer and producer), as parent LP We Don’t Trust You by Future and Metro Boomin bounded in atop the Billboard 200.

“Like That” concurrently tops the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which use the same multimetric methodology as the Hot 100, for a second week each.

Beyoncé’s 3 in Top 10

Beyoncé infuses the Hot 100’s top 10 with three songs — led by former two-week No. 1 “Texas Hold ‘Em,” which rebounds 11-2 with 47.9 million in airplay audience (up 3%), 26.9 million streams (up 89%) and 15,000 sold (up 97%), as it wins the chart’s top Streaming and Sales Gainer honors. It also rebounds for a third week atop Digital Song Sales and rules the multimetric Hot Country Songs chart for an eighth week.

Two more songs from Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter ride onto the Hot 100 in the top 10: “II Most Wanted,” with Miley Cyrus, debuts at No. 6, led by 25.2 million first-week streams, and Beyoncé’s reimagining of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” bows at No. 7 with 22.4 million streams.

Beyoncé ups her count to 24 Hot 100 top 10s as a soloist. (Destiny’s Child, with her as a member, tallied 10 top 10s in 1998-2005.) Cyrus achieves her 13th top 10.

Most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10s:

  • 49, Taylor Swift
  • 38, Madonna
  • 35, The Beatles
  • 32, Rihanna
  • 30, Michael Jackson
  • 29, Elton John
  • 28, Mariah Carey
  • 28, Stevie Wonder
  • 27, Janet Jackson
  • 26, Justin Bieber
  • 25, Lil Wayne
  • 25, Elvis Presley (whose career start predated the Hot 100’s inception)
  • 24, Beyoncé
  • 23, Whitney Houston
  • 23, Paul McCartney
  • 23, The Rolling Stones

‘Jolene’ a Hot 100 top 10 at last

Beyoncé surpasses Whitney Houston for the sixth-most Hot 100 top 10s among women – and both stars’ counts have direct ties to Dolly Parton.

Houston last ranked in the Hot 100’s top 10 in 2012, following her passing, as her cover of Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” re-entered and reached No. 3. It originally reigned on the chart for (a then-record) 14 weeks in 1992-93.

Parton posts her first Hot 100 top 10 writing credit since then, thanks to Beyoncé’s reworking of “Jolene,” which augments the lyrics of the original. The classic hit No. 60 on the Hot 100 for Parton, marking her first appearance, in 1974, and crowned Hot Country Songs for a week that year, becoming the second of her 25 No. 1s, the most among women. The song also earned Parton a 1975 Grammy nomination for best female country vocal performance for the recording, while a live version earned her a nod in the category the following year.

In its only other Hot 100 appearance until this week, “Jolene” spent a week at No. 76 in 2011 via Vicci Martinez’s version, from her run as a contestant on NBC’s The Voice .

Parton, meanwhile, expands her career top 10 span as a writer on the Hot 100 to 43 years, two months and two weeks, dating to her first week in the region as a writer with her self-penned “9 to 5” on the chart dated Jan. 31, 1981. (The song became the first of her two No. 1s as a recording artist that February.)

Boone’s ‘Beautiful Things’ Leads Rest of Top 10

Elsewhere in the Hot 100’s top 10, Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” holds at No. 3, after reaching No. 2. It wears the chart’s top Airplay Gainer ribbon for a second consecutive week (50.5 million, up 23%).

Hozier’s “Too Sweet” rises 5-4 in its second week on the Hot 100, led by a 10% gain to 31.8 million streams, as it tops the multimetric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Rock Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a second frame.

Teddy Swims’ “Lose Control” dips 4-5 on the Hot 100, two weeks after reaching No. 1 , and, below Beyoncé’s debuts, Jack Harlow’s “Lovin on Me” descends 7-8, following six nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 beginning last December, as it logs a 12th week atop the Radio Songs chart (66 million, down 6%).

Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, Ariana Grande’s “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)” climbs 10-9, three weeks after it debuted as her ninth No. 1 , and Future, Metro Boomin, Travis Scott and Playboi Carti’s “Type Shit” falls 2-10 in its second week on the survey.

Again, for all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Billboard ’s social accounts, and all charts (dated April 13), including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh on Billboard.com tomorrow (April 9).

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KRS-One and Kurtis Blow Receive Presidential Lifetime Achievement Awards At The National Hip Hop Museum Induction Ceremony

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The iconic and pioneering careers of Bronx Hip Hop legends KRS-One and Kurtis Blow were honored last week. Both living legends received Presidential Lifetime Achievement Awards at the National Hip Hop Museum Induction Ceremony.

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AllHipHop reported President Biden honored Kris and Kurtis at the NHHM in D.C. on Thursday(April 4). The event was hosted at the RIAA’s Headquarters, and Reverend Dr. George Holmes delivered a speech commemorating the two hip-hop icons.

“There are two ways for a leader to go through life: as a thermometer or as a thermostat,” Holmes said. “The thermometer merely measures the climate, but the thermostat sets the tone and creates it. That’s who you are, KRS-One and Kurtis Blow.”

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Although President Biden did not attend the celebration, a letter from the POTUS to the honorees was read in front of the 300+ attendees.

“As it is with Kurtis Blow, as it is with you, America’s story depends not on any one of us, not on some of us, but on all of us,” read the letter. “On behalf of the American people, President Biden extends his heartfelt appreciation to you for your volunteer leadership, and he encourages you to continue to answer the call to serve. The country is still counting on you.”

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