Alongside Ace Hood and Stunna, Khaled woke up on the front cover of the June/July issue of The Source. The issue drops June 18, but peep Khaled’s excerpt below. Photoshoot after the jump. What I do is the same thing your moguls do. Only I do it better. I make hits, and put hits out. I am We The Best music. I am the genius behind a lot of projects. A lot of No. 1 songs. I’m a f**king genius.
This is weird. Birdman and Lil Wayne’s daughters (Bria and Reginae, respectively) appeared on The Breakfast Club to promote their new book, Paparazzi Princesses. They spoke on growing up with celebrity fathers, future aspirations, and maintaining normalcy.
With Birdman talkin’ that talk, Mack Maine shoots a black & white visual for his early bird anthem. Off Mack’s recent mixtape, Freestyle 102: No Pens Or Pads.
Stunna and Rozay’s joint LP didn’t work out as planned. But don’t fret, ’cause they’ve compiled their recordings for this mixtape hosted by DJ Khaled. To be continued? Tracklist and download below.
August Alsina alters his single with new vocals and replaces Trinidad James with the Number One Stunna. Download his The Product 2 mixtape here. hhnm
Stunna and Rozay are finally ready to release their 2008 joint LP, The H: The Lost Album on May 23rd. On this cut, they emphasize what we all wanna hear. derickg
Here’s a line-up you don’t see everyday. With Wayne out of the picture, Future recruits his super friends for the revamped version of “Karate Chop”. dbg