Master P just dropped this track from his THE G MIXTAPE. The track titled”Heaven For a G” has that classic Master P vibe, and The Game’s verse compliments it perfectly. The G Mixtape features 25 street tracks featuring impressive guest verses from Lil, Wayne, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, E-40, and Nipsey Hussle, Check out “Heaven For a G” below.
Remy Ma is linking up with Rick Ross and Yo Gotti for “Hands Down,” which is a precursor to the Bronx spitter’s forthcoming album — her first since last year’s I’m Around mixtape. In addition, Remy and her husband Papoose will appear on the forthcoming incarnation of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop reality series. Check out Remy Ma’s “Hands Down” after the jump.
Rihanna is the source of inspiration for the latest Yo Gotti joint. Gotti, who shall be dropping his new album The Art of Hustle soon, is sharing his latest track — simply entitled “Rihanna” — featuring Atlanta’s premiere rapper, Young Thug. Listen to the new Gotti joint after the jump.
MGK’s long-awaited follow up to his 2011 debut album Lace Up is finally heating up and MGK is sharing a star studded, heavyweight feature track in “Till I Die Pt. II.” Here MGK, an Ohio native through and through (he moved around a lot as a youth but stuck with Cleveland in the end), is joined by local legends Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Memphis’ very own Yo Gotti, Ray Cash and of course, the enigmatic French Montana. This is a dark, brooding video shot entirely in black-and-white, that perfectly accompany the menacing track. Check it out after the jump.
DJ Clue has an album coming out. That’s right, DJ Clue. Bet you didn’t think you’d be hearing that name ever again. Well, his album Banned From CD 2015 will be out later this year. Here he’s teaming up with French Montana and Yo Gotti. Check it after the jump.
Yo Gotti has a new mixtape coming out and it’s being hosted by DJ Drama, so with that Gotti is sharing a track from the forthcoming Conceited mixtape in “Real Rap” featuring Jadakiss. Peep the latest offering from Yo Gotti after the jump.
Rick Ross continues the Hood Billionaire campaign after sharing the Jay Z (hook) featured “Movin’ Bass” earlier in the week. Now he’s dropping the official music video for the Yo Gotti featured “Trap Luv”. Directed by DRE Films the video serves as the fifth release from Hood Billionaire thus far after “Keep Doin’ That (Rich B*tch)”, “If They Knew”, “Nickel Rock”, and the aforementioned “Movin’ Bass”. Watch the video for “Trap Luv” after the jump.
West Coast’s IamSu! dropped his Sincerely Yours album back in May and on November 17th it will receive an update (under the alternative title of Sincerely Yours 1.5). With the forthcoming update of his debut full length album comes a very special remix of his single “Only That Real”. While the OG version had 2 Chainz and HBK Gang coconspirator Sage the Gemini, the remix features street heavyweights French Montana and Yo Gotti. Listen to the remix of IamSu!’s “Only That Real” after the jump!
Yo Gotti’s street single “Errrbody” gets an official remix from Lil Wayne and Ludacris. The remix drops just as Gotti is prepping the release of his forthcoming The Art of Hustle project, which is slated to drop before the year’s end. Listen to the “Errrbody” remix after the jump.
Here’s a bit a curveball to your morning: Lil Kim has released a mixtape in 2014. And it’s entitled Hard Core after her 1996 classic of the same name. The mixtape features guest appearances from Yo Gotti, Cassidy, Jadakiss, and French Montana. After the jump.
Right after everybody’s cousin, uncle and auntie jumped on this beat…there was a real remix. Jadakiss is on it. Check. Fabolous is also on it. Check two. R&B’s own bad boy Chris Breezy too? Awww…it’s about to get violent. Throw in Busta Rhymes’s occasional Jamaican talk for fun. There’s no way to go wrong with such strong veteran presence mixed with an appealing beat to disguise some slowing spitters.
Yo Gotti asks an important question: if everybody’s doing it, what makes it special? This is probably his most meta track, calling into question most of hip hop’s modern existence by comparing it to itself. Strangely, he uses suburban white kids copying urban style to make the point. Ominous much? Check the video after the jump.