Newcomer Dray talks about how "irrelevant" everyone is when they try to stop his progress. Other New York rappers join him to defame the misguided back-talkers, with Cory Gunz and Troy Ave mostly carrying the team to the finish. With this bold statement on record, let's hope all of them are relevant in a year. Track after the jump.
New Yorkers Maino and Uncle Murda have a longstanding relationship; in 2015 alone, they've appeared together on the "Real Niggas Back (Remix)," "Love My N*ggas," DJ Kay Slay's "Straight Outta Brooklyn," Cassidy's "MMM (Remix)," and Rob Cash's "Welcome to New York." So it's no surprise that they're back again, collaborating on "Thugz Cry" with Manolo Rose. The track is set to appear on Maino and Murda's joint project, Yellow Tape, which is dropping December 4th. Check out its offering, "Thugz Cry" after the jump.
The Future stimulus is real. Uncle Murda is teaming up with Fewtch for "Right Now" which is also produced by Metro Boomin -- one of rap's biggest and (pun intended) booming producers in the game. If the name "Uncle Murda" doesn't scream "Listen to this track" then Fewtch's appearance here will. Listen to "Right Now" after the jump.