Spitta reunites with Weezy and Birdman for a new track entitled “442,” produced by Monsta Beatz. No idea where this track will end up, but hearing Curren$y and Wayne rapping together once again, certainly is a thing of beauty. Read More
The year’s not even over and Drake is at #11 on this list, with $10.5M banked already. King Kendrick ain’t far off his heels with $9M in total. 50 Cent has also tumbled way down this list as compared to a few years ago. It looks like the young guns are taking their official place and not just some “Saved-By-The-Bell-The-New-Class” knockoffs either. Read the full list after the jump. Hat tip to TSS.
It’s about time French gave us the video for his “Trap House” posse cut with Ross and Birdman, off Excuse My French. Better late than never I suppose. Directed by Elf Rivera.
i’m going on the record right now as not hating drake’s new album Nothing Was The Same. on first listen, dead serious i fell asleep. but i think that had more to do with the fact that i hadn’t prepared myself to listen to an r&b album and those joints do a brother like warm cocoa on a wintry night. aubrey’s playlist has a similar effect and shouldn’t be consumed while operating machinery heavier than an iPhone or a calculator.
recently, lifehacker reported on the jobs with the best career outlook over the long-term. among them: bio-engineers, elementary school teachers…and, to the delight of every working girl, strippers. here’s a short list of the rappers who will be sponsoring the next generation’s best and brightest. merry christmas everyone!
Rich Gang rolls out another visual from their self-titled compilation album, giving us the video for “We Been On” featuring Lil Wayne, Birdman and an epic hook from Kellz. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
Rozay drops the visual for his “50 Plates” track off the Rich Gang compilation album. Directed by DRE Films.
Birdman rolls out another visual from the Rich Gang compilation project, dropping the video for “Million Dollar,” which serves as the intro for “Tapout.”