2016 has been a hell of a year for producers. They’ve been getting more shine lately because their names have been more prominent in records, and for good reason. The producer of Young Thug‘s Barter 6, Wheezy, dropped “200,000” featuring Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, and Shad Da God. “200,000” is from Wheezy’s forthcoming project coming in . . .
“Santa, come drop the sack off.” Who said Christmas has to be just one day? Quavo would like to suggest otherwise. The Migos rapper just let loose a new loosie called “Santa” that manages to find an appealing balance between Atlanta trap and “Silent Night.” Stream the Ducko McFli-produced “Santa” below.
Need some authentic Atlanta flavor to complete the holiday season? You’re in luck. Chicago’s very own Elz The DJ saw fit to make an hour long mix called Featuring Quavo. Yes, this mix is just what it sounds like it is. Elz told The Fader: “2016 has been a big year for the Migos, whose . . .
After recently dropping the Kodak Black-featuring “Weatherman”, Yo Gotti is back with the star studded “Castro.” It’s a GOOD Music posse track as it features Kanye West, Big Sean, Quavo, and 2 Chainz. (*The song is only available in select markets. US listeners will have to wait until midnight) Listen to “Castro” below and be . . .
We’ve been getting a lot a of work from Quavo recently with drops like the Murda Beatz-produced “Trapstar” and collectively with Migos for “Show’ll Is.” This time he drops “Shine.” Quavo takes a look around his circle and is sure to keep the grass cut. You have to watch your back when you’re not anybody . . .
Toronto’s Murda Beatz is frequent collaborator of Migos and we have seen him in direct production roles with Quavo as we saw on “My Pockets.” The two link again for “Trapstar.” Sure it’s a fun song and you can debate whether or not Quavo is the young trap aficionado that he claims to be, or . . .
After releasing his long awaited DC4 project, Meek Mill has popped back up with a new video for “The Difference,” which features Desiigner and Quavo. The video features the three of them riding around Philadelphia in a car that’s probably nicer than the one you’re used to. Watch the video for “The Difference” below.
It’s an ATL link up as we have Quavo and Gucci Mane featuring on “Good Drank,” the latest offering from 2 Chainz. He is expected to release another project, this year. We will see if “Good Drank” ends up on there. Listen: 2 Chainz – ‘Daniel Son; Necklace Don’ (Mixtape) “I’m dropping another album this year,” 2 . . .
Murda Beatz has had an impressive 2016 and he continues to push forward with his momentum by dropping th CDQ version of Quavo’s “My Pockets.” Previously debuting on OVO Sound Radio, Quavo stunts over the grand piano-laced track. Listen below. Also, enjoy a glimpse of what Travis Scott and Young Thug‘s “Pick Up The Phone” . . .
Travis Scott and Young Thug shared the video for their summer hit “Pick Up the Phone” featuring Quavo. In the not so safe for work video, the guys can be seen kicking back and living the life while surrounded by nude women. Whether you like the video or not, they are interesting to say the . . .
It started with a tweet, again. This time,it wasn’t a rant. Kanye West revealed that he was on REAL 92.3 iHeart radio with Big Boy to reveal the first single from Cruel Winter. Of course, we all tuned in. Tune into Big Boy’s 92.3 I’m about to play the first single from Cruel Winter — . . .
Travis Scott has already performed “Pick Up The Phone” while on Rihanna‘s ANTI tour, but now we can hear it in studio form. Murky, melodic Vinylz production with plenty of bass sets the stage for an infectious outing from Travis, Young Thug, and Quavo. Travis explained (in all caps), “this song was supposed to go . . .
Ty Dolla $ign is back with a new track, “Long Time,” featuring the Migos frontman, Quavo, and produced by the one and only Metro Boomin. An R&B-flavored trap tune, “Long Time” is all about staying on your grind and watching all your hard work pay off. The song is just one of the tracks on Free TC, . . .
JR Castro returns with more visuals after wowing us with the action packed short film in September for his “Get Home” single. Accompanied by Kid Ink and Quavo, the trio enjoy a huge late night party in Castro’s hometown. The Las Vegas singer wins over the leading lady with the same charm and appeal that has pushed . . .
If having done well to enlist Quavo and Kid Ink atop a DJ Mustard beat for your debut single was not enough, JR Castro ups the ante again with an exhilarating story of a video for “Get Home”. Directed by Marc Klasfeld, we are taken on adventure through the dark side of the singer’s hometown . . .