Mike WiLL Made It has another banger on his hands in the form of the bass-heavy “Gucci On My,” which features appearances from 21 Savage, YG, and Migos. Look for Mike’s Ransom 2 project to release at some point this month, and expect this record to garner a lot of attention. Stream “Gucci On My” . . .
2016 XXL Freshman, 21 Savage, has gained enormous momentum this year. He and Metro Boomin release the the visuals for “X” featuring Future hailing from their collaborative EP, Savage Mode, which might have been what set things off for 21 back in the summer. Watch below.
Drake‘s OVO Sound Radio-premiered “Sneakin’” gets the visual treatment! Drizzy and 21 Savage engage in a major flex clad in opulent jewelry, expensive cars, and plenty of twerk. Watch the Gab3-directed video below.
I never thought I’d be sitting here talking about how mellow a song involving 21 Savage is. Thanks to Stwo‘s remix of 21 Savage‘s “X,” I’ve arrived at that point. The boastful single, which also features Future, now features completely remodeled instrumentation that will make this song relevant to an almost entirely different audience. Stream . . .
In conjunction with the release of The Great Depression, DMV spitter Big Flock recently released the SnaxBeats-produced “Black KKK.” Spearheaded by some signature bars from 2016 XXL Freshman 21 Savage, the track serves as the perfect example of what fans can expect to hear on the well rounded body of work. Flock tells Noisey, “my life inspired . . .
21 Savage and Metro Boomin revisit their joint album, Savage Mode, as they release a visual for “No Heart.” Directed by A Zae and The PictureMan, the visual can be seen below and you can head to iTunes to pick up the album.
To help promote producer Brodinski‘s forthcoming The Sour Patch Kid mixtape, he releases a new song called “No Target” featuring an appearance from Atlanta’s up and coming star, 21 Savage. Look for Brodinski’s project to release on September 12th. Stream “No Target” below. Look for tape to release in a few days.
Ladies and gentlemen alike, all have needs. When they arise, what’s an upcoming artist from the Southside of Jersey to do? Ish Williams gets right down to business on “Pull Up.” “Send me your location and I’ll have somebody pull up when you ready / Turn your phone off when we chillin, you can tweet about . . .
I’ve had my heart broken a few times. I’ve been lied to, cheated on and called out of my name. But life goes on, right? Of course it does, but these things stick with you and words have meaning. They hold power. They can build you up, and they can tear you down. I haven’t . . .
Stream Kehlani’s 19-track debut studio album Oakland’s Kehlani is here with heavily sought after SweetSexySavage album. After dropping lead singles like “Distraction“, “CRZY“, “Undercover” and more, she presents the project in full for all of her fans. Listen below and get your copy of the album via iTunes.
Is it R&B or hip-hop, or something else? I’m not sure. Does it get a black man head nod from me? Without question. The song in question? DMV native Sugg Savage‘s “Let’z.” She has a fluid, quickfire delivery that has soulful melodies, but cadences we’d expect from an emcee. The combination is unorthodox, but it . . .
Lil Wayne tackles “The Story of O.J.” and “Bank Account” beats We’ve heard rumors of Dedication 6 coming and now we have the first two tracks. Lil Wayne enlists Euro for “Blackin Out” which sees them going in over JAY Z‘s “The Story of OJ.” Wayne also takes on 21 Savage‘s hit single, “Bank Account.” Stream . . .
Stream Double Or Nothing out now! Big Sean and Metro Boomin have been on a social media spree promoting their new album. Double Or Nothing is here. The 10-track album boasts features from Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, 21 Savage, Kash Doll, Young Thug, and Swae Lee. Stream below and let us know what you think of their . . .
New Jersey’s Kenif Muse gets busy and drops remixes to 21 Savage‘s “Bank Account” and Kodak Black‘s “Roll In Peace.” His R&B stylings give listeners a fresh take on the two successful singles. Listen to his flips below.
“It always rains at Broccoli City.” We whispered this amongst ourselves before Broccoli City Festival 2017 jumped off on Saturday, May 6th, in Washington, D.C. We knew it. At this point, veterans were used to this inevitable truth. We were right, but thankfully the rain was much less of a factor than it was during . . .