For the last year and a half, Lil Lody has been one of the most coveted producers in the game. So for Gunplay’s boom bap, Lody’s rapid drum patterns and cockbacks provide the perfect backdrop for the rapper’s choppy flow. Hell, even MMG nemesis, Young Jeezy couldn’t deny it. Picture us rollin.
[vodpod id=Video.15937212&w=540&h=350&fv=] Ski Beatz & Freddie Gibbs keep it illegal in the new video for their latest collaboration. In case you missed it, 24 Hour Karate School Part 2 is in stores now.
Game’s no stranger to sharing the spotlight. So for his track, “Martians vs. Goblins” off The R.E.D. Album, he showcases Tyler, The Creator’s baritone front and center. Within the first couple bars, he wittily jabs Chris Brown, Bruno Mars, and Tyler Perry. But when it comes to down to it, Tyler’s rhymes ain’t no joke: “This nigga Game got Wolf Haley for this feature/ My team is running shit like we have full cleat Adidas/ Getting chased by the polices […]
Gucci is hard at work these days and is currently shooting a new video with fellow GA resident, Rocko. For all you regular Joe’s out there, Trap Back coming soon.
When The Creator finished concocting this track he titled it “Yonkers” because it sounded to him like his version of what vintage 90s New York rap sounds like. Yes the kick drums snap like Da Beatminerz, the looming baseline is dark and deadly, and, of course, Tyler had to thrust some chunky chords on top for good measure. Notorious for refusing to officially release his instrumentals, the OF leader couldn’t stop MCs like Styles from adding their 16s. Hey it’s […]
The Killa Bees continued their Wu Fest tour and swarmed the Windy City two nights ago. Above they perform “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta Fuck Wit” at the Congress Theater. “Tearz” below. fsd
Fabolous is featured twice on Young Jeezy’s mixtape, The Real Is Back. But it only took one verse for him to separate himself from the rest of the pack. On “Rollin”, Fab puts a spin on Gunplay’s track with a mean 16 and funky breakdown: “That logo on my cap/ Say NY, that’s my trap/Shout out to my hood/ Too real to fake that/ A B-K-nigga-I-was-brought-up-on-take that!” Yep, that’s the Brooklyn way.