Gucci once stated he’s “…the god of making music people trap to” and with the incessant flooding of the streets with bangers it’s evident that Big Guwop wasn’t playing. His Trap God series is perhaps the best example of the aforementioned. And for the upcoming third installment of the Trap God series Gucci teams up with master ATL producer Zaytoven for “So Hoody”. After the jump.
2 Chainz stands by his reputation as a reliable feature artist by giving Jessie J a helping hand on her latest song “Burnin’ Up”. The song is the first single from Jessie’s forthcoming Sweet Talker album, out Oct. 14. Listen after the jump.
Cam’ron’s 1st of the Month is due out (appropriately) October 1st and he has recently shared “Snapped” from it. The track was first heard as a snippet on Cam’s Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1. Now Cam has made the full track available with 2 Chainz’s full verse intact. Check out the track after the jump.
CyHi the Prynce’s Black Hystori Project mixtape is one of the best, most overlooked projects of the year. And with music videos accompanying many of the project’s tracks, it’s only right that CyHi continues delivering the visual goods to his music. In “Guitar Melody” CyHi positions himself as a lover, declaring all women as Goddesses. Check out the official video after the jump.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock somewhere you’ve probably heard the name Metro Boomin by now. The “New Atlanta” producer is on everybody’s list of hot producers to work with and in a short amount of time he’s already amassed quite an impressive resume. Crazy thing is, the producer is only 21-years-old! And to celebrate his 21st birthday, Metro has shared a music video of a new song featuring Rich Homie Quan. Check out “Too Short” after the jump.
First he blessed us with the ill Kendrick Lamar feature on the remix and now Jeezy brings us the official music video for “Holy Ghost”. The Don Cannon produced track is brought to life in a very stylized, cinematic way with Jeezy riding in the back of his Rolls-Royce Ghost gazing at the city streets of Los Angeles. Check out the video after the jump.
Migo Gang OG, squad! New Atlanta’s favorite hip-hop trio has teamed up with the King of ATL, T.I. for a track entitled “Trouble”. The track features production from TM 808 and is a certified banger for sure. This will certainly bang in your whip. Listen after the jump.
It’s safe to say that one of the most highly anticipated hip-hop albums of 2014 is Killer Mike and El-P’s second installment of their Run the Jewels collaboration. The rap duo has already shared two solid tracks from the upcoming project and today they’ve decided to share “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry”, their contribution to the Adult Swim Singles Series. The two have recruited Michael Winslow, also known as the “Man of 10,000 Sound Effects”, who is best remembered as Cadet Larvell Jones from the Police Academy series for the track. Listen after the jump.
Gucci Mane is a man that keeps on giving. Even while he’s incarcerated, Big Guwop finds a way to bless his fans with that heat. And today is no exception, as Mr. Zone 6 himself has put up a full stream of his new album, The Return of Mr. Perfect. That’s the album cover up top. The album features help from the likes of Shanell, Chill Will, Strap Da Fool, Mike Will Made It, 808 Mafia, Drumma Boy, Wyclef Jean, Sonny Digital and more. Stream the full album below.
The summer smash “No Flex Zone” by Rae Sremmurd has been remixed to death. However, one very notable person was conspicuously missing from the fray. Despite hinting at a remix of the song way back in July, Waka Flocka Flame has finally decided to drop it in September. Maybe that’s a good thing seeing as fall is here and we need that heat. Peep Waka’s remix of “No Flex Zone” after the jump.
“I’m savage, my teacher always told me I ain’t average/ She said Lil Durk he’ll shoot I remind them of the Mavericks” Lil Durk professed on the first installment of his “52 Barz” series back in 2012. Now fast forward to 2014 where Durk brings to mind those aforementioned lyrics, snapping all over his new track “My Money”, dropping many notable, street wise lines and delivering a catchy hook, to boot. Oh, and the Migos are on the track, as well. Listen after the jump.
The ATL should be renamed Boomtown because of what producer Metro Boomin has been doing to craft nouveau crunk, revamping gothic sounds with rolling merciless drums. Future even has to chirp up and rap to keep up with Metro’s muscle. Click for the track after the jump.
It had to go down. Migos pays homage to their ATL roots by linking up with the new guard of Dirty South titans (Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan) as well as the old guard (Jermaine Dupri) for a remake of JD’s 2001 classic, “Welcome To Atlanta.” Produced by Murda. Read More