As Rick Ross preps the release of his forthcoming studio album Hood Billionaire he continues dropping off new music from it. After sharing the R. Kelly featured “Keep Doin’ It (Rich B*tch)” Rozay returns with the K. Michelle assisted “If They Knew”. Listen after the jump and mark your calendars for Hood Billionaire, dropping November 24th.
Rick Ross’ forthcoming seventh studio album Hood Billionaire is on the way but in the meantime the big boss of the MMG empire is sharing the visuals for the R. Kelly featured single “Keep Doin’ That (Rich B*tch)”. In which Rozay throws a spectacular party in his mansion with a star-studded guest list including the big homie DJ Khaled, Young Jeezy, Jermaine Dupri, Nipsey Hussle, Rocko, and DJ Infamous. Watch the vid after the jump.
Jeremih’s smash hit “Don’t Tell Em” receives a big boss treatment via Rick Ross. Listen to Rozay’s remix after the jump and get yourself ready for his forthcoming Hood Billionaire album, which drops November 24th.
Meek Mill’s current stint in prison doesn’t exactly have a known release date, however that hasn’t stopped his squad from keepin’ the streets hot for him. Today the official Dreamchasers Soundcloud received an update with a new Meek Milly track “F**k You Mean” featuring Lil… err, Boosie Bad Azz. Listen after the jump.
After dropping the audio to his single “Everything a Dope Boy Ever Wanted” a few days ago, Stalley goes and drops the official music video today. It features MMG bossman Rick Ross. The single will be on Stalley’s forthcoming OHIO album. Check out the video after the jump.
After sharing “Everything a Dope Boy Ever Wanted” featuring MMG bossman Rick Ross, Stalley returns with some more heat from his upcoming studio album OHIO. This time he’s got both Rick Ross and August Alsina on the track. Check out “One More Shot” after the jump.
Stalley’s Ohio will be dropping on October 27th and to promote the album he’s done the smart thing and shared a track featuring his boss, Ricky Rozay. “Everything a Dope Boy Ever Wanted” is produced by Beat Billionaire and will appear on Stalley’s forthcoming album. In addition, Rick Ross is already working on his followup to Mastermind, Hood Billionaire. After the jump.
While you sit and wait for Gunplay to announce the official release date for his debut studio album Living Legend, the Miami rapper has been steady feeding the streets and blogs regardless. And we thank Don Logan for the free meals as they’ve been keeping us full, for sure. And today is no exception as Gunplay unleashes a track with Cormega, a collaboration we would have never expected. After the jump.
MMG affiliate Rockie Fresh returns after having a relatively quiet year with “Hestitate”. The track marks the first true solo effort from Rockie in 2014 and is produced by Peezy & Cam. After the jump.
French Montana’s recent break-up with reality TV star Khloe Kardashian may have hurt the Bronx rapper, but contrary to the song’s melancholy title it’s actually not about his mind state regarding that situation. And yet, despite this, the track is still quite somber with Frenchie crooning all over the grimy beat. Take a listen after the jump.
Rick Ross recently announced the follow-up to his successful Mastermind album, entitled Hood Billionaire. And now he has also decided to share what appears to be the project’s first single, “Elvis Presley BLVD”. The track features Memphis legend Project Pat. Listen after the jump.
Not sure how much political clout Maybach Music has. For real, if there were a lobby for them it would be the Koch Brothers or the Blackstone Group. Nonetheless they engage the conversation about hood hierarchy and the harsh realities of street options. Gunplay is exceptional here, though Ross gets the last say and is no slouch. Check it after the jump.
Ohio can breathe a sigh of relief because their prodigal son is home so they don’t have to worry about Stalley being their only representative. The video has vintage cars and Stalley walking around them and collecting them. That’s nice. It’s a great diversion from the MMG drama watching his smoothed out Ohio soul songs, too. Watch after the jump.