What looks more like a Straight Stuntin magazine shoot, turns out to be DJ Kay Slay’s new video with two thirds of the Triple Cs and Ace Hood. Damn, backyard’s bangin’ like a Benzi.
At times, Kendrick’s quirkiness can be hit or miss. And this new track is an example of the latter. The beat’s not bad, but the long intro and inconsistent pauses are. Can’t front, this one comes off a bit soggy. Produced by THC.
MMG ain’t slowing down anytime soon, and tonight Flex premieres a new record from Torch featuring some of his compadres.
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.
Kay Slay keeps feeding the streets with more new music from his upcoming album. Today, he gives us his latest cut featuring Ace Hood and 2/3s of the Triple C’s. Rhyme Or Die coming soon. Previously: “The King of The Streets”
Gunplay sure has a penchant for all things white. Here’s his latest video inspired by Colombia’s capital. Peep his drug mule at the 1:20 mark. What an ass!
[vodpod id=Video.12328519&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Gunplay gets it the ski mask way for his new video in support of the Off Safety mixtape. Directed by Dre Films.
Though the Finals ended a few weeks ago, Rozay and his team’s track lives on and is set to hit the small screen. Before tip off, here’s a quick preview. UPDATE: Now with full version. Directed by Spiff TV.
Where’s Young Breed? Well Torch and Gunplay both hold it down for their fellow Carol City Cartel member with their own take on the Geto Boys classic. Color Cut Clarity coming soon.
After the original it’s probably this. Pill enlists a few more additions to track four of MMG’s compilation LP. Self Made in stores now. Bonus: Tity Boi “Tupac Back (G-Mix)”