With Hood Billionaire out and fellow MMG member Wale next up (The Album About Nothing drops March 31st; peep “MMG Under God” here) Rozay links up with Jay Z for the “Movin’ Bass” visuals. Timbaland laced the track, Jigga laid down a verse, and now we’re getting the official video some months later. Interestingly enough Jay ain’t even blessing the video, as we find Rozay all alone around a NYC project housing community. Either way, Rick Ross does his thing. Check it out after the jump.
The “War Ready” duo of Rick Ross and Jeezy join up once again this time to remix Young Dolph’s “Preach” cut. The Zaytoven produced track originally made its appearance on Dolph’s High Class Street Music 4 mixtape. Listen to Rozay and Jeezy remix Dolph’s “Preach” after the jump.
Troy Ave’s hit “All About the Money” receives a boss treatment via new verse from Rick Ross. The Hood Billionaire rapper has contributed a standard, yet very apropos braggadocio verse onto Troy Ave’s buzzing street single featuring Manolo Rose. Listen after the jump.
Rozay continues the monumental rollout for his forthcoming album Hood Billionaire (due out November 24th). He’s already dropped “Keep Doin’ That (Rich B*tch)”, “If They Knew”, “Nickel Rock”, “Movin’ Bass”, and “Trap Luv” so it only makes sense that he drops yet another Hood Billionaire cut. At this point it feels like you’ve heard the album already, no? Anyway… this time around it’s the Metro Boomin produced track “Neighborhood Drug Dealer”. Listen after the jump.
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.
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.
recently, lifehacker reported on the jobs with the best career outlook over the long-term. among them: bio-engineers, elementary school teachers…and, to the delight of every working girl, strippers. here’s a short list of the rappers who will be sponsoring the next generation’s best and brightest. merry christmas everyone!
in case you consume rap in music form, or have things like a job or an education, you may have missed the EPIC TWITTER RANT gucci mane used to light up the night skies. it was a phenomenal display of poetry. a comma-heavy and error-prone testimony. a cry for help. a laugh — out loud. no one knows what caused the designer-named rapper (street alias ‘guwop’) to go in on his peers, but something seemed amiss from the start. rather than parse the details, we boiled this down to its bone and gristle for the uninformed. enjoy!
The happily married Monica wants to show us all that marrying a b-ball star was not the end of her career. With this new hit with Ricky Rozay, she wants to take us back to when she was hot… the ’90s! “Anything (To Find You)” is the first single off her seventh studio album, New Life. Truly taking it back, she samples Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” in this Missy-Elliot produced track. Rocking bamboo earrings, rope chains, and dancers with rainbow leggings (the true essence of 90’s hip hop style), I was waiting for Lil’ Kim to show up… But unfortunately, she was removed from the track. No love for the Queen B, but with Rozay’s hardly memorable cameo, this might generate more views. I’m not going to lie, I enjoy the track, but can Monica compete with today’s hottest? Watch the vid below and see for yourself.