This street anthem set the year off right. Make no mistake, Khaled’s protege had a certified smash on his own. Lex Luger’s sinister track was knocking and Ace’s hook was deadly killer but then Rozay and Wayne hopped on and this joint went national. Weezy’s verse here is his best since life after prison. With a lil help from his friends, Hood proved all the doubters wrong. The third time is still the charm. We The Best be that logo.
With the Unexpected Victory out for a few weeks now, Rae continues to stay on his J-O-B by giving his take over Wale’s single, “That Way”. By the way, Happy Birthday, Rae!
The track might be a few years old. But like he is well-known to do, Gucci finally puts it all on the Tube for our viewing pleasure. His new mixtape, Trap Back arrives February 5. Directed by the Motion Family.
Ace Hood got bars. And for his latest video, he displays them behind the other kind of bars. Off his recent mixtape, The Statement 2. wshh
The story goes that Trey Songz was originally rapping on the chorus. Thankfully, the powers that be deaded that. Held down by Balla Et Ses Balladins’ tribal sample, Cole creates an irresistible hit with more bounce than an ounce. But it’s not all fun and games, Lightskinned Jermaine still handles his business with smart similes like, “I’m from the ‘Ville where they bang for the money/ And carry 4-5’s like change for a 20.” Good God, that hit the spot!
Off his Candy Paint & Texas Plates 2, Killa Kyleon serves up plenty of Haterade for those in need of it. Produced by Cookin Soul and directed by Be EL Be. T.R.I.L.L. coming in February.
Unfortunately, Gotti’s label hasn’t pushed his album as hard as they should. Do remember though, Live From The Kitchen is in stores now and here’s his latest flick featuring Rozay. wshh Sidebar: Yo Gotti Visits 106