Rick Ross is set to drop his eight solo album Black Market this Friday (Dec. 4th) and he’s teasing the project with another track in “Color Money,” which may or may not be addressing the ongoing beef between MMG signee Meek Mill and Drake. “My lil’ homie made a million on his girl’s tour/ We back to back and down to wack a nigga unborn,” he raps over D. Rich’s menacing beat that’s accentuated by haunting church bells and snappy snares. Additionally, the track’s title is derived from an incident where Florida rapper Plies was thrown off the stage and pounced on by a group of attendees — you can watch the video here if you wish. Hit the jump to bump the latest banger from Ricky Rozay.
By now you’ve probably outgrown Drake and Future’s “Jumpman”, but with the newly attached “official single” tag to it you probably won’t escape the track any time soon. Sorry. However, young emcee Bishop Nehru is throwing his name in the hat of rappers going over the monster single handled by wunderkind producer, Metro Boomin. Check out Bishop’s take on Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” after the jump.
It was all good about a week ago. Houston rapper Sauce Walka (of Sauce Twinz) is taking issue with Drake, who is apparently claiming H-Town as his home. It’s also worth noting that the relationship between Drizzy and the Sauce Twinz was seemingly gravy. Drake even remixed the Sauce Twinz’ “2 Legited 2 Quited,” which was a good look for the H-Town duo. According to Walka, Drake is stealing the culture and content from Houston for his own lyrics. Walka also believes Drizzy makes music with just about everyone else around the States, except for the talent in his native Houston. Needless to say, all of this palpable tension has culminated to a diss record, entitled “Wack 2 Wack” (a play on Drake’s “Back to Back” — his diss record for Meek Mill). Listen to Sauce Walka’s “Wack 2 Wack” after the jump.
Lil Donald, the rapper responsible for “Juice,” is back with a mixtape. It’s called Freeband Loyal and it’s out on Future’s FBG imprint. This is a song off the album, it features Future and Yung Booke. Future lays down a sweet hook and there are some decent verses. Enjoy after the jump.
Drake dropped a new track! Drake dropped a new track! Sound the alarms. But I’m sure you’re hip to it and heard it already. In case you haven’t, the new track from Drizzy — resident rap slayer and venerable “6 God” — is entitled “Tell Your Friends,” and is actually a remix of The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness cut. Fitting, seeing as how both came up in Toronto and croon their little hearts out. (Also they’ve collaborated in the past, duh!) Anyways, check out Drake’s take on The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends” after the jump!
The Meek Mill/Drake beef may be raging on, but with this recent video of Nicki Minaj twerking in a thong — it may just be the nail in the coffin of this feud.
Check out the video of Nicki tweking for Meek after the jump!
Meek Mill has responded to Drake’s live performance at OVO Fest — of a new song entitled “3 Peat” which contains a Meek Mill diss — with his own live diss. This diss, currently untitled, goes a lot harder than his “Wanna Know” diss track. One line: ” “Wayne don’t f**k with you.” Mind you, this was during Nick Minaj’s live set. Watch after the jump.
At last night’s annual OVO Fest, Drake opened his set with “Charged Up” and “Back to Back Freestyle”, his one-two punch of diss tracks aimed at Meek Mill. Drake took the opportunity to further troll Meek by projecting a “Participation Award” for his diss track “Wanna Know”. He also apparently wore a “Free Meek Mill” shirt during rehearsal. In addition Drake premiered a new Meek diss track entitled “3 Peat”. Listen after the jump.
Meek Mill — a rapper who seemingly found paradise in record sales and critical acclaim courtesy of his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money — has sadly been embroiled in a beef… or feud… whatever you wanna call it, with the biggest name of ’em all, Drake. Drake has already sent out an arsenal of ammunition Meek’s way (byway of “Charged Up” and “Back to Back”) and now it appears as though Meek is finally ready for a response with “Wanna Know.” Unfortunately this wasn’t a hot diss track, no matter which way you cut it, and the world knows it. In case you were wondering what “Wanna Know” sounds like go and get at it after the jump.
Drake is back with his barrel still aimed at Meek Mill. This time he’s using “Back to Back” to go directly at Meek — slandering the rapper’s name and proving that Drizzy is the best in the game. In case “Charged Up,” the previous diss track was a little too soft for you then Drake’s got some serious ammunition in his cannon for “Back to Back.” Basically: Don’t fuck with Drake. Let’s see if we can get a Meek Mill response. Check out “Back to Back” after the jump.