Future premieres the official visual for his latest Mike Will produced single ‘Move That Dope’ featuring Pharrell and Pusha T. The original version also featured Freebandz artist Casino but he is absent from the video.
Here's a new video from Houston artist Tony Del Freshco for his track "Bandwagon Lovers" featuring Lenny Chao$. Bandwagon Lovers is a visual of what true supporters encounter with consistency. Amen.
So finally, Lil Boosie has been released! On the way home from being released from prison, he decided to do a random freestyle celebrating his freedom. Welcome home Boosie Boo! Oh and a second freestyle is after the jump. Lol, he'll get there.
My patna DJ B-Lord is back with a new visual for his latest offering "Ass Like A Camaro" featuring fellow South Carolina natives Lil Cutty and Dirty Dave. His upcoming "Carolina Global" project is coming soon.
HBO's decided to release a mixtape for their show Game Of Thrones. Featured on the tape is Big Boi, Common, Snow Tha Product, Wale and more. Today we get the first offering from the mixtape from Wale called "King Slayer". The mixtape drops tomorrow.
Two of New York's talented upcoming emcees get together over some Illmind production for a new track called "Drunk". At least these two are sticking to the sound that birthed them, instead of trying to sound like they're from the south, like some I know...
Ok so, at first sight of his name, I expected for this not to be about shit, but Chicago rapper Trevor The Trashman totally suprised me! His latest offering, "In My Bubble" featuring Sade Joseph is a smooth cut with melodic flows. Much different from what I usually hear from Chitown. This is dope, I suggest you all take a listen.
Talented Cincinnati emcee Sleep is back with a new visual for his latest offering "Unmatched", directed by Miles Joyner. Sleep is an artist who surprised me with his amazing talent last year. Keep an eye on him.
The Gooch is back with a new visual for a new track called "Good To Me", featuring King B. Gucci is still locked up, and I'm still waiting for Boosie to get out.
In episode seven of Noisey's Chiraq documentary series, they continue exploring the Sosa phenomena, the segregation of Chicago, and the societal forces behind the violent lives of the young people on the South Side. Later, they catch up with Young Chop, who explains what he’s done to succeed, and he introduces us to fellow drill producer Paris Bueller, creator of Lil Durk’s “L’s Anthem.”