Meek Mill (@MeekMill) had to put the release of his sophomore album on hold as he was unexpectedly sent to jail for violating probation back in July. After sitting out for the last three months the MMG live wire has finally been released and wasted no time dropping a new record. More details as they…
Meek Mill (@MeekMill @BoosieOffical) back?! Here’s a new aggressive street anthem “Fuck You Mean” which will appear on his sophomore album “Dreams Worth More Than Money” which has been delayed by incarceration. Listen below.
UPDATE: Dirty version added.
Smoke DZA (@SmokeDZA @trvisxx) isn’t letting up today as he unleashes another new joint. This time The Kushed God adds a verse over Travis Scott’s “Backyard” from Days Before Rodeo. Listen below.
Yesi Ortiz (@yesiortiz @therealYungBerg @VerseSimmonds) introduces a new joint from fellow Love & Hip Hop Hollywood co-star Yung Berg called “Ain’t My Fault”. Verse Simmonds assists with some vocals as well over The Featherstones production. Listen below.
Teyana Taylor (@TeyanaTaylor) is coming to her own as she’s set to deliver a debut album “VII” on Def Jam. Teyana had an A-List group of guests at her listening party in Hollywood including Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Pusha T and more. Not only was Yeezus in attendance, he even got on the mic to…
T.I. (@TIP) still holds the crown as Kang of the South and he shows why in this theatrical video for “King” from his new album Paperwork: The Motion Picture. TIP gets busy with guns blazing taking out opposition on their own turf. Directed by T.I. and PhillyFlyBoy. Watch below.
Chance The Rapper’s (@chancetherapper) anticipation to follow up his critically acclaimed project Acid Rap is palpable. In an interview with Billboard, the Chicago wordsmith reveals the title of his next album to be “Surf” and mentions that he’s been in the studio with the likes of Frank Ocean, J. Cole, Rick Rubin and Migos. Additionally…
Mac Miller (@macmiller) spikes the football and does an end zone dance over this SAP produced banger to celebrate his new deal with Warner. Listen to “Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along” below.
Honey Cocaine (@queenhoneyc) drops off an interesting video (to say the least) for her song “Curveball”. The camera follows a siren as she makes her way through Carnival turning heads and turning up. Although I personally would rather see Honey Cocaine in this Directed by Elliot Clancy-Osberg video feel free to watch below.