These days, you can find everything on the ‘Gram. From updates about your favorite artists to discovering the future of the culture in pretty much every corner of the app itself, no moment goes unnoticed in a mass media driven world. Instagram has long been a mainstay for photographers and video lovers alike, but the app also serves a very special purpose for musicians, celebrities and anyone who wants to get their voice heard and connect with each other.

This week’s edition of Instagram Flexin includes Curren$y telling Rick Ross to celebrate his health and an album announcement from Famous Dex.

Curren$y’s Rick Ross Celebration Ideas

After a health scare in which Rick Ross was rushed to the hospital, Rozay has returned home. Curren$y dedicated an Instagram post to him, suggesting Ross purchase seven Range Rovers in celebration of his health.

Cardi B Covers New York Times Magazine

Cardi B celebrated International Women’s Day on Thursday (March 8) by posting her new New York Times magazine cover. She accompanied the post with a caption reflecting on her life and the various roles she’s assumed.

Famous Dex Reveals Cover Art & Date For His Album

Japan Dropping 3-16- 👨🏽‍🎤👨🏽‍🌾

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Famous Dex announced his new album, Japan, will be released on March 16. He had previously suggested a March 23 release date, so fans will be getting it a little earlier than expected.

Roy Woods & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Collab

@artisthbtl x @roywoods 🤐

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Toronto artist Roy Woods shared a video teasing a new collaboration with A Boogie wit da Hoodie. A Boogie’s got a lot of collabs on the way, including one with 50 Cent as he recently told HipHopDX.

Offset Freestyles “Happy Birthday”

Producer Murda Beatz and Offset have collaborated several times over the years. This time, the two joined talents at Offset’s son’s birthday party as the Migos member freestyled a unique rendition of “Happy Birthday” while Murda handled the keys.

Skippa Da Flippa Wants Out Of Quality Control

Skippa Da Flippa expressed his desire to leave the Quality Control label in an Instagram Story directed at QC’s leader, Coach K. The imprint is responsible for developing talents such as Migos, OG Maco and Lil Yachty.

50 Cent Dismisses His Sensitive Followers

Frequently in headlines for roasting other celebrities, 50 Cent posted a video telling his IG followers if they don’t like his humor, they can stay off his page. Hopefully, 50 won’t be toning himself down anytime soon.