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.
“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 rap duo to reckon with arrives with all this fanfare and club champagne laid over sweet singing. They don’t know why they came to the club, question if people there like them really for who they are, and enjoy it frivolously. Watch their incredible lives popping off in the video after the jump.
There’s nothing to let you know a rapper’s getting money like when he tells you where he’s getting money. Migos is getting money out in England, so those Euros are stacking. This Migos-style track tenderly considers the responsibility that comes with ascent and success. Out in London though. Listen after the jump.
Soulja Boy tries on an even slower flow for this song and shoots the video at his house, as if his life could be any easier/better. Lean in his cup, gas in his tank…sometimes, it’s the simple things that count. Peep the HD video after the jump.
Months after his bizarre Kevin Durant diss, Lil B releases this song “Rick Ross,” another drive down the quirky path of an ironic emcee. Apparently, he has some issue with Quevos (of Migos) stealing his style and not recognizing that he is “rich like Riss Ross.” That’s most of what I could understand from this jumble of sounds. 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
PeeWee Longway, one of the rising trap artists out of Atlanta, drops off his latest project, The Blue M&M. The tape features appearances from Young Thug, Migos, & A$AP Rocky, with production coming from the likes of Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, Dun Deal, & KE On The Track.
Stream and tracklist after the jump. Read More
Migos hit the gridiron in the official visual for their ode to Dallas’ number 22. Directed by Gabriel Hart.