Mike Will Made It gave us drop after drop in anticipation of his Ransom 2 project. We heard tunes like “Gucci On My,” “On The Come Up,” “Razzle Dazzle,” and more. The 17-track offering comes with contributions from Big Sean, Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Migos, Kendrick Lamar, Future, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Wayne, and more. Stream . . .
Mike WiLL Made It brings in another all-star cast for his latest release, “Perfect Pint.” This time, Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane and Rae Sremmurd step up to the plate. Ransom 2‘s release is right around the corner. Pre-order Ransom 2 via iTunes. Stream “Perfect Pint” below.
Mike WiLL Made It‘s Ransom 2 project drops on March 24th, and “Razzle Dazzle” just might be an indication of what to expect. Featuring a guest appearance from Future, this one is a percussion-heavy banger with some verses that toe the line between vulnerable introspection and cocky boasts. Stream “Razzle Dazzle” below.
We’re seeing collaboration from some of the most popular young Hip-Hop and Trap artists for Mike Will Made It‘s upcoming album, Ransom 2. He has recently released “Gucci On My” featuring 21 Savage, YG, and Migos and “On The Come Up” featuring Big Sean. Now, we have the Lil Yachty featuring “Hasselhoff.” Listen below and . . .
Atlanta-based producer, Mike Will Made It, is well on his way to his Ransom 2 release. He links with Big Sean and shares “On The Come Up.” It heavily uses an opera style vocal sample and shows off his bouncing, buzzing 808 and drum styling. Stream below. Mike Will also linked with 21 Savage, YG, and . . .
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” . . .
Mike Will Made It links with Eardrummers signee, Eearz, for “Pull Ova.” It comes as the 22nd installment of the Adult Swim Singles Program and features massive production from the Eardrummers leader. Eearz goes full throttle as he tackles this high energy, bass-heavy track. Listen below.
Some new Future for the weekend is never a bad look. The Atlanta icon teams up with Mike Will Made It for “How It Feel.” The word is that this track is the first taste of the duo’s upcoming Ape Shit mixtape, and seeing as how Future mentions it on the record, it seems as though . . .
Different generations of hype collide, as Lil Jon himself features on Rae Sremmurd‘s latest release, “Set The Roof.” Pulsating, bass-heavy production from Mike WiLL Made It and DJ Mustard sets the stage, and the expected dose energy is delivered. Have they successfully fulfilled the formula for another club banger? Time will tell. Sremmlife 2 releases . . .
Mike Will Made It and Rihanna have joined forces to drop the first official single from his upcoming Ransom 2 project. He made announcements all over his social media profiles to get fans ready for this release and the response has confirmed that the people have been waiting for this track. #NothingsPromised — Mike Will . . .
Mike Will Made It delivers “Buy The World,” a star-studded new single featuring Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, and Future. Look for Mike Will’s In 1989 (Pt. 3) album to drop later this year. Stream “Buy The World” below.
You’ll probably see Hella Persona Film Festival on a lot of 2016 year-end hip hop lists, but for now you should see the new video for “Smiling” to understand why. Open Mike Eagle‘s whimsical anecdotes have often struck me as attempts to laugh in order to keep from crying. Smiling exposes some of the unspoken . . .
According to the SoundCloud description, Mike Dean and Z-Ro‘s “No Justice No Peace” was made while they watched the news. An increasing number of artists are stepping out to voice their opinions about the murder of men like Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. I can’t blame them. Z-Ro muses, “I can’t even go where I wanna go, . . .
Fayetteville, North Carolina producer Mike $antana drops his long awaited project, The Yellowtape, featuring five detailed tracks made with love. With his favorite color being yellow, he had to make a beat tape dedicated to it. The Yellowtape includes Mike’s homies, Joey XX, OBillz, and co-production from Bijan Amir. Stream The Yellowtape below.
Before the majority of his empire was put into place, Dr. Dre made waves with 2001, a landmark album that is impactful to this day. Gianni Lee of Babylon Cartel connected with Mike Blud for Dr Dre 2001: The Samples 15th Anniversary to deliver an easy listening mix that allows us to enjoy some of . . .