YG gave us the heads earlier that he was dropping new music via Twitter. He comes through with his new single, “Pop It, “Shake It” with DJ Mustard. Stream it below and get your copy of the song on iTunes.
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” . . .
Celebrating his birthday, The Weeknd released the blazing visuals for “Reminder,” literally. The video has gratuitous dynamic scenery of the “city of angels,” women strewn throughout and a star-studded crew burning it down as they party. Cameos from A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, YG, French Montana, and Drake are a key element of the video. OVOXO A post shared . . .
It’s the last day of 2016, but there’s still time left. Tyga and Kanye West let off one more single to close the year out. It’s called “Feel Me,” and it features upbeat production along with a Kardashian reference from each of them. This song has a definitively ominous vibe to it, which just might . . .
West Coast heavy hitter YG has still been getting plenty of spins off of his Still Brazy project, but he’s back at it again with his Red Friday mixtape. YG is taking a page out of Nipsey Hussle‘s Crenshaw release plan, making 1,400 signed copies of the project available at an Oakland signing event for . . .
The internet consistently reminds us that we’re all more connected than we think, for better or for worse. Sometimes, people are watching more closely than we’d think. YG’s Still Krazy album is continuing to do numbers, but he hasn’t let that distract him from setting people straight when necessary. YG wasn’t sleeping on his social . . .
Following the release of “One Time Comin” earlier this week, YG is back with a visual accompaniment to top things off. YG has a pretty lady by his side as he speeds away from the cops in his luxury car. Expect a mixtape in the near future. Watch the video for “One Time Comin” below.
Tyga acquires G.O.O.D. Music deal and drops “Gucci Snakes” with Desiigner. Last night, Kanye West announced that Tyga was officially a new artist signed to GOOD Music’s roster at up pop up show in New York City (along with Migos). Kanye West announces Tyga as new GOOD Music signee.pic.twitter.com/zEwouBbmKE — Darren (@TheDGood) September 8, 2016 . . .
Chicago native Kembe X revisits his Talk Back project and releases the animated visual for “Oxygen.” The clip uniquely grabs viewers attention, while Kembe delivers thought provoking, personal lyrics over top of Bentley Hazelwood‘s impressive production. Watch the Christopher Han and Yellow Nguyen-directed video for “Oxygen” below.
Well what a “surprise” we got tonight from YG, The Compton rapper has done something special and released his “Still Brazy” studio album ahead of schedule for fans to stream. Retweet this & Ima do somethin special for y’all tonight FUK IT – https://t.co/lT5cP1z7IO — YG (@YG) June 15, 2016 The album includes 17 tracks . . .
YG releases the title track, “Still Brazy” from his upcoming album that he recently announced. His LP is packed with features including Drake, Lil Wayne, Joe Moses, Nipsey Hussle, and more. Stream “Still Brazy” and check out the tracklist below. 1. “Pops Hot Intro” 2. “Don’t Come to LA” (feat. Sad boy, A.D. & Bricc . . .
YG has announced his followup studio album to My Krazy Life. After recently dropping the Drake/Kamaiyah featuring single, “Why You Always Hatin?“, YG comes back to drop off the artwork for his upcoming Still Brazy album. June 17th is the official release date! Keep it locked here for more on YG’s upcoming LP. New album title . . .
“Why You Always Hatin?” is a question I want to ask a lot of people in my life every day, and now I have a song to go along with the ever-relevant question courtesy of YG, Drake, and OVO Sound Radio. It should come as no surprise that the song is undeniably West Coast-influenced, with . . .
“Reagan sold Coke, Obama sold hope. Donald Trump spent his trust fund money on the vote. I’m from a place that you probably can’t go. Spitting for some people that you probably ain’t know.” YG and Nipsey Hussle have a very strong message for Donald Trump, his supporters, and the under-represented in their latest politically . . .
YG is back at it again. The California resident keeps it undeniably West Coast with “City Mad,” and gives us a window into his mind with “Goapele Freestyle.” The former, which features ominous, G-Funk-influenced PLo production, is admirably brash and braggadocios. The latter reminds us that YG is a more than adequate storyteller, as he . . .