28 June 2017 – Kicking off the release of the first-ever Hustle Gang album, iconic rapper and co-founder of Grand Hustle, Tip “T.I. Harris, drops the first track entitled- Game 7. This track features Hustle Gang newcomers RaRa and Brandon Rossi, who also produced the song alongside The Supersonics. Game 7 depicts a story of what it means to ‘ball’ from their prospective, over a smooth trap beat. This song can be found on the upcoming We Want Smoke Hustle Gang album, set to release this summer.
About Grand Hustle
Grand Hustle is an Atlanta, Georgia based record label. Grand Hustle is home to the Hustle Gang which include artists – Tip “T.I.”Harris, Trae Tha Truth, B.o.B, Young Dro, Yung Booke, London Jae, Tokyo Jetz, RaRa, Translee, Travis Scott and Iggy Azalea. The label also houses a roster of record producers including Lil’ C, Mars, Street Dreams and more.
The internet was lit today with the release of DJ Khaled’s new music video “Wild Thoughts,” featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller. The track samples Carlos Santana’s “Maria Maria” and is featured on his upcoming album, “Grateful.” The video was shot in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami.
Rihanna was dressed to the nines in every scene! And that little bit of thick she put on just made everything better! Check it out the video after the jump! READ MORE
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Young Thug recently dropped the trailer for his forthcoming studio album, Easy Breezy Beautiful Thugger Girls (E.B.B.T.G.), and it isn’t exactly promoting girl power or your typical standards of beauty. In fact, in the preview, girl-on-girl violence seems to be more of Thug’s style.
In the 2-minute teaser, which features some new country-style music, a group of masked women in all black kidnap and brutally beat up another girl. After duct taping her to a chair in a room that somewhat resembles a little girl’s bedroom, they spell out the album’s title on her face. The video may be enough to hold fans over until the album’s release, but it doesn’t exactly shed light on what they could expect.
When all is said and done, we won’t be able to say that 2017 was short on collabs between Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne. The two hooked up with Drake in April for “No Frauds,” and in March, the duo joined David Guetta on “Light My Body Up,” which may or may not be another installment in the feud between Minaj and Remy Ma. Now, the latter song has a proper visual, since Guetta released a “Light My Body Up” music video, and it’s classic Minaj. READ MORE