In preparation of the Drama King’s upcoming mixtape, The Saga Continues, Harlem U.S.A. forms an alliance with Flynt, Michigan for their new track.
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During Mac Miller’s visit on Shade 45, he blessed the airwaves with a freebie during the Drama King’s show. Listen up.
It ain’t about East or West. And for the latest offering off the Drama King’s upcoming album, Rhyme Or Die, the Outlawz and Cease-A-Leo put their differences aside for their joint track.
Just in case your boss is a bra-burning feminist, this might be a lil’ NSFW. If not, then take a gander at some of the fine ladies from Kay Slay’s Straight Stuntin. Backyards bangin’ like a Benzi.
The Drama King is back in the building and brings us a brand new mixtape for the streets. The tape includes some new music from Vado, Mobb Deep and much more. Tracklist and download after the cut. mf
The Drama King plans to release his next mixtape, Strength Of A Gesture this Friday. But until then, get right with this posse cut featuring a couple of familiar names.
All good things come to an end. Last night during the Drama Hour on Hot 97, DJ Kay Slay announced on Twitter that he’s working on his final album Rhyme Or Die. Nice title. Shortly after, Sermon asked Slay the reasoning behind his decision. The Drama King responded with this: I know that’s right. Dez’s current album, More Than Just A DJ is in stores and so is the latest issue of Straight Stuntin‘ magazine. Don’t be a culture vulture!