Meek and Trav bring Cardo’s DC3 intro to life in the glowing visual for “I’m Leanin.” Probably the toughest mixtape intro of the year.
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The South’s forgotten man, Yo Gotti, lets go of a free stream of his I Am LP, which is set to drop on November 19.
The project features more notable guests than you may expect, including J. Cole, YG, Jeezy, Rich Homie Quan, Ne-Yo, Wale, and Meek Mill.
Stream after the jump. Read More
French and Chinx jump on the outro track from Meek’s Dreamchasers 3 tape. If they’re actually pushing this as a Coke Boys single that’s the absolute epitome of laziness. But then again, that’s typically French’s modus operandi. Read More
This song is a grave injustice to the people it names. I’m posting it so that the people behind it can understand that no one is fooled. Truly awful.
He’s still a master of cadence, even if his lyric range is basically the same. The kid has endless flows. The a cappella style accentuates it.
It’s been over a month since Kendrick Lamar shook the Rap world to its very foundations with his verse on Big Sean’s “Control”. If you have been hiding under a rock and have not heard the song, Kendrick claims the title of King of New York while appearing to take shots at J. Cole, Big K.R.I.T., Wale, Pusha T, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, Drake, Big Sean, Jay Electronica, Tyler, The Creator and Mac Miller. Rappers from every section of the globe bolted to their Twitter accounts and their soundproof studio booths to respond to the Compton native’s jabs. Some applauded Kendrick for giving rap a much needed shot in the arm, while others took things a bit more personally and made response records. Read More