With Bun B‘s Trill O.G: The Epilogue dropping today, the Texas legend debuts another impressive listen with the smooth-riding “Cake,” featuring a posthumous Pimp C feature, along with Big K.R.I.T. and Lil Boosie. Stream below.
New Orleans emcee Jabbar drops off his first visuals from New Orleans project entitled “Holla at Me.” When I listen to New Orleans rap I know I can expect a couple things- gritty stories, lyrics and genuine messages. Those themes stay true from the OG’s like Master P, Wayne, Boosie, Curren$y; all the way to . . .
Houston, Texas veteran emcee Slim Thug returns with a fifteen-track new project called Hogg Life 4 (American King). Guest features are fairly minimal, allowing the narrative to focus on him and his experiences. Stream Hogg Life 4 (American King) below, and purchase the project via iTunes. 1. “King” 2. “Enemy” 3. “Family” 4. “Get Better” 5. . . .
“I can’t believe Chance The Rapper got such solid verses from both 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne in 2016.” That may or may not have been my first thought upon hearing “No Problems” for the first time, but more importantly, here we are again, this time watching a star-studded video for the bright single, with . . .
He’s been taking part in the Twitter Cold War as of late, but tonight Young Thug gets back to the music with the release of his latest mixtape, I’m Up, which was originally slated to be named Slime Season 3. Either way, the music is here. Stream below, and purchase via iTunes. Tracklist: 1. “F Cancer (Boosie)” . . .
After missing his intended release date on Black Friday, 50 Cent has finally released his long-awaited project, The Kanan Tape. The mixtape, which spawned the tracks “I’m the Man” and “Body Bags” ahead of its full release, features guest appearances from artists including Lil Boosie, Young Buck, and Post Malone. On the boards, 50 was able to assemble a juggernaut . . .
Jeezy pulls in Kendrick Lamar for the remix to “Holy Ghost,” which was originally featured on his Seen It All: The Autobiography album. The project, which released yesterday, includes guest features from Jay Z, Rick Ross, The Game, August Alsina, Future, Lil Boosie, and Akon. Stream below.
One thing Jay Z‘s always known how to do is make headlines. On his 44th Birthday, he does so once more with the release of his “Tom Ford” remix, featuring a posthumous guest verse from the legendary Pimp C, one half of UGK. Today is also the anniversary of Pimp C’s unfortunate passing. Pimp’s iconic . . .
Bun B‘s Trill O.G.: The Epilogue is the final chapter of his ‘Trill’ series, and with its release today we can stream it in its entirety online. Guest features include Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Raekwon, Big K.R.I.T., and Pimp C himself. You have to respect the fact that an artist with a legacy as enduring . . .