Twitter: home of Lil B curses, the occasional Kanye West rant and where trigger fingers turn to … you know the rest. Over time, rap has made its presence known on Twitter while providing artists with a platform to directly connect with countless fans now at 280 characters at a time.

Our favorite artists, entertainers and influencers use the site as an outlet to vent without a filter, as well as to promote their latest work. With 330 million monthly active users to interact with, feeds can sometimes get overwhelming, which is why HipHopDX curates a list of the week’s best and most memorable tweets from the Hip Hop world.

This week’s installment of Tweets Is Watching includes Juice WRLD singing to his girlfriend and DJ Khaled’s next album.

Juice WRLD Serenades His Girlfriend

Juice WRLD shared a clip of him singing “Hear Me Calling” to his girlfriend.

“Ally is my panic room,” he wrote. “Girl I’m thanking God 4 you.”

DJ Khaled Is Making His “Greatest Album”

DJ Khaled claims his upcoming Father of Asahd 2 will be his greatest work yet.

“IM MAKING MY GREATEST ALBUM FATHER OF ASHAD MAY 17 @WeTheBestMusic @RocNation @Epic_Records,” he wrote. “Im sending this tweet while I’m on music movie ? set
Im so inspired!”

John Legend’s Mother Joins Twitter

John with the quick introduction.

“Hi Mom!” he began. “Welcome to Twitter. I apologize in advance for everyone.”

Rihanna Debuts New Product For Fenty Beauty

Rihanna promotes her new bronzers with a series of glowing photos.

“The @FENTYBEAUTY summer takeover continues!” the post read. “BRONZER. 8 SHADES coming on APRIL 5th!! It took over 2 years for me to create our #SUNSTALKR BRONZER with every skin tone in mind! Look out for it at http://fentybeauty.com , @sephora, @harveynichols, and #SephorainJCP.”

Wiz Khalifa Offers Advice

Wiz came through with some valuable wisdom.

“Always be a student of the game,” he said. “Do things with a team instead of by yourself. Loners get left alone.”

Ludacris Calls For Child Talent

Luda is seeking young talent, but he didn’t reveal the nature of the project.

“If you live in ATL & have a Child Like Singing Voice we r looking for Males & Females of all races to demo songs for a children’s project,” he tweeted. “Just send a 30 second or less clip of you singing an original or pre existing song to Choirboijb@gmail.com THIS JOB PAYS $ if chosen.”