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.
At this point in his career, Rick Ross is a lesson in contradictions and why it’s always best to own up to past mistakes or lies (read: correctional officer situation). In the midst of his latest Detroit concert uproar, iHipHop thought it would be interesting to look at the 7 Funniest Rick Ross Interview Quotes of All-Time.
Gunplay stops by The Breakfast Club for a candid interview in which the MMG rapper speaks on a number of topics including being sober, his upcoming Living Legend LP, and his clothing line. And no that is not a tarantula on his head.
The MMG boys are back. Meek Mill and Rozay premiere the visual for “Off The Corner,” a new release which may end up on Meek’s upcoming Dreams Worth More Than Money project. This is hot.
Rick Ross drops a visual for the Black Metaphor-produced “Rich Is Gangsta” off his Mastermind LP. Directed by DRE Films.
DC’s Fat Trel returns with the release of his newest mixtape, entitled Gleesh.
The project includes features from MMG compadres Rick Ross, Rockie Fresh, Stalley, and Wale as well as production from the likes of Young Chop, Harry Fraud and All Star. Read More
Nardwuar catches up with Gunplay at SXSW in Austin for yet another of his famed interviews.
“There’s not many artists that beat a life sentence on surveillance camera in front of the world…I’m the first and probably the last to do that,” remarks Gunplay while explaining why he is worthy of the title “Living Legend.”
This kid in New York tried to buy a $350 belt at Barney’s and it started a ruckus. Imagine if he’d had that staaaack? Rozay!