Insert sad face emoji here. I miss old Project Pat. What the hell happened to Pat-ah? Has he lost it? Where’s the help from successful young brother Juicy J? Pat-ah has been churning out some of the worst “slappers” in recent memory (more like knee slappers, am I right) I remember this dude used to drop straight heat. Yes, that was back in the late 90s-early 2000s, but still! Here Pat is teaming up with one of the hottest, buzzing rappers out in the game, Fetty Wap for “Rollin’ Drank.” There’s also some dude named Big Trill. Yep. Check out “Rollin’ Drank” after the jump… if you wish.
DJ Paul’s Three 6 Mafia project Da Mafia 6ix is making their highly-anticipated follow up to the 2014 Hear Sum Evil mixtape available for free stream, which you may get at after the jump. The trio of DJ Paul, Crunchy Black and Koopsta Knicca (RIP Lord Infamous) return with a stream of their new album, Watch What U Wish… and it features the likes of Lil Wyte, Fiend, ICP and more. Stream the new project after the jump!
DJ Paul and Da Mafia 6ix unleash the title track music video for their Hear Sum Evil mixtape intro. And frankly the visuals are a perfect representation of the truly sadistic and evil nature of the Memphis group’s music. Check it out after the jump and we warn you… it’s pretty graphic.
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.
Over Memorial Day weekend, Rhymesayers’ Soundset Festival returned to Canterbury Park to bring hip-hop to concertgoers in Minneapolis. The hometown favorite Atmosphere shared the headlining duties with Snoop Dogg, while Juicy J, Mac Miller, Tech N9ne, Brother Ali, Joey Bada$$, ScHoolboy Q and more also performed. Soundset also featured a car expo, a b-boy battle, and an outdoor skate park. Click through the slideshow to see photos from the entire event. All photos by Lucas Farrar / Far Fetched Future.