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.
There's nothing to let you know a rapper's getting money like when he tells you where he's getting money. Migos is getting money out in England, so those Euros are stacking. This Migos-style track tenderly considers the responsibility that comes with ascent and success. Out in London though. Listen after the jump.
Future is releasing something new that will likely redefine rap as much as he first did with his alien style two years ago. He refuses to choose between singing and bleating or rapping and groaning and that refusal has brought him to new planes of robot rap existence. Here's one version of his song "Rock Star." Listen after the jump.