The high energy OG Maco links up with QC label mate, Offset, for “Ticket.” It’s an aggressive trap record that the Atlanta rapper has become well known for. Stream the Dolan-produced track below.
Memphis Hip-Hop veteran, Juicy J, delivers the trippy, hard-hitting “Flood Watch” to get you right for the weekend. He recently linked with Smokepurpp for “Streets Love Me.” He combines with Offset to turn up on on the piano-laden TM88 production. Stream “Flood Watch below and grab the single on iTunes.
“Hope you play this at your wedding, yeah the one I won’t attend.” Aminé puts his dexterous, unorthodox delivery to use once more for “Wedding Crashers,” his emotionally charged new single featuring Offset. As the title would suggest, the song is a dedication to all of Aminé’s ex lovers. Good For You drops next week. . . .
Cousin Stizz‘s neon lights-filled, Offset-featuring video for “Headlock” is here. This song comes on the heels of news that Cousin Stizz’s debut project has officially been confirmed with RCA. Expect a few fight scenes and other interesting surprises throughout the video. Watch the video for “Headlock” below.
Quavo might have the most juice, but Offset continues to remind us that he can make great music by himself. His latest, “Monday,” is a melody driven, addicting new joint produced by OG Parker and Deko. There’s no word on where this song will end up at, but I feel confident in saying that it’ll . . .
Following up on the success of his Suffolk County mixtape in 2015 and his Monda EP in 2016, Boston lyricist Cousin Stizz has just announced his next project – “One Night Only.” If that didn’t excite fans enough, he joined forces with Offset and paired the breaking news with the project’s lead single, “Headlock” – all . . .
“In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like a stir fry.” Honestly, “Stir Fry” is on par with what I’d expect from a collaboration between Pharrell and Migos. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff supply a catchy chorus and their signature cadences. Pharrell supplies crisp percussion and lush chords from behind the boards. Look for Culture II to release in . . .
Memphis Hip-Hop veteran, Juicy J, previously dropped “No English,” “Ain’t Nothing,” and “Flood Watch.” He is back to release his 4th solo studio album titled Rubba Band Business. “So whatever you like with Three 6 Mafia, it’s just a mixture of old Three 6 Mafia with Lex Luger beats, Metro Boomin beats, with Murda beats,” Juicy . . .
Future and Young Thug unite on SUPER SLIMEY Atlanta rappers Future and Young Thug team up to drop their SUPER SLIMEY album. It comes with 13 songs and one feature from Offset on “Patek Water.” The duo is loose and free on this project. they share space as they trade hooks and verses filled with melancholy and moody . . .
Super producer partners with Republic Records and Universal Music Group to create new label Producer, Metro Boomin, recently dropped his debut single, “No Complaints” featuring Offset and Drake. Now, he announces the launch of his Boominati Worldwide label in partnership with Republic Records and Universal Music Group. “Launching Boominati Worldwide is the next step in my . . .
The best artists know that their fans come first, and making them happy is a top priority. Cousin Stizz has no issues when it comes to honing this element of artistry, which is why he’s blessed us with a new single, “Neimans Barneys,” featuring G-Eazy. His One Night Only album being pushed back due to clearance issues. As an . . .
We’re on the brink of summer, if the weather is any indication. Technically, we’re not there yet. That being said, a number of songs are being released that I can already see as perfect additions to my late night, top down playlists. Offset, GoldLink, D.R.A.M., and Goapele are among some of the names you might . . .
Watch the “What The Price” video from Migos Migos drop another epic video from the CULTURE album. “What The Price” finds the Atlanta trio rocking out with Zaytoven in the woods where they met up with Paper Boi on Atlanta, getting into a bar brawl, and Offset finessing to end up with the leading lady . . .
Scottish producer/DJ Calvin Harris teased “Slide” for a few days, but the time has finally come for its release. The single, which features appearances from Frank Ocean and Migos, is his first release since his 2016 album, Endless and Blonde. The song feels like a warm summer breeze. Frank’s vocals float over Calvin’s production, while . . .
A few months ago, footage of Migos in the studio working on a jingle for their new rap snacks, “Dab of Ranch,” surfaced. In the video, Takeoff introduces the snacks then Quavo steals the spotlight and starts rapping with extreme enthusiasm. Even though I thought it would never be a real song, I was wrong. . . .