Atlanta’s resident superproducer Southside aka Young Sizzle is entering a career in rap and he’s recently shared his first song, the dab heavy number “SandMan.” The track’s been produced by Metro Boomin, who Southside has collaborated with many times in 2015 — including on Future’s excellent DS2 album. Check out Sizzle’s “SandMan” after the jump and be on the lookout for Free Agent 3 dropping Dec. 11th.
It was just yesterday when Atlanta rapper Young Thug and frequent collaborator, producer Metro Boomin, were embroiled in a rap beef, of sorts. The two have since patched things up to release a new song called “Hercules”. A las, Atlanta can sleep soundly knowing everything between Young Thug, Metro Boomin, and (inadvertently) Future is A-ok. Listen to Young Thug’s “Hercules” after the jump.
While Waka Flocka Flame attempts to figure out his current label situation, he’s looking to keep fans satisfied with new music. Teaming up with Southside and Metro Boomin, Atlanta’s most in demand production duo, Waka shares “Blue or Red” from his forthcoming Flockaveli 1.5 mixtape. Sure, it’s not quite the ad nauseam promised Flockaveli 2 — which is intermittently delayed — but Flockaveli 1.5 is looking to hold us over until Waka gets all this label nonsense sorted. Hit the jump to hear “Blue or Red” from Waka Flocka Flame.
The Future stimulus is real. Uncle Murda is teaming up with Fewtch for “Right Now” which is also produced by Metro Boomin — one of rap’s biggest and (pun intended) booming producers in the game. If the name “Uncle Murda” doesn’t scream “Listen to this track” then Fewtch’s appearance here will. Listen to “Right Now” after the jump.
Future is on a roll, if you haven’t already taken notice. As of late, however, he’s been throwing away some visuals and here he’s dropping off another one. “Wesley Presley” appeared on Future’s excellent 2014 mixtape, Monster, and frankly I’m fiending for some new Fwetch stuff soon! In the meantime these visuals for “Wesley Presley” are A-ok with me.
Calling Fire Marshall Future. During Future’s new visuals for his Monster cut “F**k Up Some Commas” there are multiple fires started but Future is virtually unfazed by this. Fitting given his recent mixtape run (the aforementioned Monster, Beast Mode and the most recent 56 Nights with DJ Esco) is nothing but straight up heat. In the visuals here Future is almost literally “torching” everything in sight. This sentiment may also allude to his unstoppable nature as of late, as everything he touches turns into flames. Anyway, enough with the pyromaniac nonsense. Peep Future’s latest video for “F**k Up Some Commas” after the jump.
Atlanta’s Two-9 is generating some buzz after landing a deal with Mike WiLL Made It’s Ear Drummer Records last year. Now the group is teaming up with some serious names in the rap game, as they drop “Full House.” “Full House” is not only produced by one of ATL’s best producers in Metro Boomin, but it also features heavyweights like Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign. Listen to Two-9’s “Full House” cut after the jump!