South Floridian emcee Wifisfuneral delivers agile lyricism over bass-heavy trap production on his latest single, “2 Step.” The 808 Mafia-produced banger feels like a dark, somewhat hazy dream in hip-hop form. In regards to this song, Wifi told Pigeons&Planes: “My growth is reflected in the fact that if you asked me if I would be . . .
Florida residents and Alamo Records labelmates Wifisfuneral and Smokepurpp celebrate deals and newfound success on “Run It Up.” The Florida rap scene is about to come to pick up steam and it’s going to be something we can’t ignore. If you haven’t heard of Wifisfuneral, Smokepurpp, Ski Mask The SlumpGod, Lil’ Pump, or Swagghollywood don’t worry – . . .
Gucci Mane reunites with fellow Atlanta rapper, Rocko, after their beef in 2013 which spilled into the Twittersphere. Today they share the 808 Mafia-produced banger, “Pardon Me.” Listen below.
Stream Ricky Rozay’s refinanced version of “Buy Back The Block” Rick Ross is back with the remix aka refinanced version of “Buy Back the Block” which originally featured 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. This time around, he shares the wealth with Nipsey Hussle, E-40, Slim Thug, and Fat Joe. Rozay has me thinking long term. . . .
Big Sean dropped the half-trippy video for “Moves,” which is the second single leading up to his fourth album, I Decided. The song is produced by Fuse of 808 Mafia, and the video is directed by Mike Carson. It just might make you feel like you’re on the beginning of an acid trip. You’ll also catch . . .
The most prolific of them all, Curren$y, is back with a brand new mixtape called Andretti 10/30. The project includes guest features from Tiny C Style, Corner Boy P, Starlito, Cardo, 808 Mafia, Scotty ATL, and more. Stream Andretti 10/30 below. Andretti 10/30 Tracklist: 1. Picking Up Bags (Feat. Tiny C Style) [Prod. by Cardo] 2. . . .
Acting as a part of his 88 World 2 project, which will be arriving soon, comes “Been Thru A Lot” from producer and 808 mafia crew member, TM88. He rounds up Young Thug (Jeffery) and Lil Yachty to join him on the new single which as you would expect is a record perfect for the . . .
It’s been just over a week since Curren$y dropped his Bourbon Street Secrets project with Purps of 808 Mafia, but he’s back already with a dark new track called “Kilo Jam.” This cut has a much darker feel to it than a lot of Curren$y tracks, thanks in no small part to Young Starr‘s ominous . . .
Rick Ross has the first verse on Bourbon Street Secrets, but it’s definitely Curren$y‘s project. But, you already knew that. A 4/20 wouldn’t be complete without this. The six-track project is produced entirely by Purps of 808 Mafia. Stream Bourbon Streets Secrets in full below.
In two days, Curren$y will drop Bourbon Street Secrets with Purps of 808 Mafia. Today, the prolific New Orleans veteran has released another video for “Grand Theft Auto.” Look for Bourbon Strret Secrets to release on 4/20. Go figure. Watch the video for “Grand Theft Auto” below.
TM88 is the latest producer to take a crack at Kanye West‘s “I Love Kanye”. It’s an 808-laden, snare rolling remix courtesy of the 808 Mafia member. Stream “TRAPYEEZY88” below.
It’s been a minute for Freddie Gibbs. 2014 was arguably his biggest year yet with the release of Piñata, a collaborative LP with Stones Throw legend Madlib that saw the Gary, Indiana rapper expand his range to include smooth soulful loops, bringing new life to his lyrics. Released independently through Madlib’s Invazion label the project . . .
Young Thug delivered a gift to fans on Halloween in his Slime Season 2 mixtape. The 22 song project follows up the the original Slime Season and features verses from Rich Homie Quan, Lil Uzi Vert, and others. Those who are big fans of Atlanta production will be pleased as it boasts contributions from Metro Boomin, London . . .
Virginia based producer LAKIM has been keeping busy since the release of his last project Esoteric almost a year and a half ago. He’s turned a song into a movement, been the focus of the first Soulection White Label, and stayed on the tips of tongues with his remixes of popular artists and upcoming producers. . . .