- YFN Lucci releases his new mixtape “650 Luc.” In just one day it has been moving up the charts, it appears he is headed for Number 1. READ MORE
Atlanta, GA. 5 October 2018 – Last night (10/4), Iconic rap artist Tip “T.I.” Harris hosted the exclusive Atlanta listening party for his tenth studio album, Dime Trap. Held at the acclaimed pop-up TrapMusic Museum, the event hosted hundreds of celebrities, influencers and longtime supporters who joined Tip for a first listen of the new album before it was released at midnight. As guests entered, they were greeted by the all black orchestra, Orchestra Noir, who performed new music from the album, including ‘Jefe’ ft. Meek Mill, Wraith ft. Yo Gotti and Weekend ft. Young Thug.
CMG signee, MoneyBagg Yo is set to release a new mixtape this week called Federal 3x. Following a joint tape with Yo Gotti and a solo project, Heartless, MoneyBagg Yo has built a major buzz for himself in the streets. He hosted a private listening party in Atlanta at DJ Drama and Don Cannon’s, Mean Street Studios.
I was blessed to have the opportunity to capture images for the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards green carpet. Some of the biggest and brightest stars all made their way to the ATL for a dope week of Hip Hop Fun.
Check out the details after the break. READ MORE
“If Young Metro don’t trust you imma shoot you”. The phrase has become a pop culture sensation within memes as of late. The producer and friend of Future, sat with DJ Drama to explain the origins of this line. READ MORE
Trey Songz released his most recent album, Trigga, in 2014, then re-loaded it with “Slow Motion” and more for a re-release this past April, but his music output isn’t slowing up in the slightest. Trey dropped a holiday mixtape, To Whom It May Concern, featuring Dave East, and production from guys like Illangelo and DJ Mustard. Today, he released a video for his lengthy collaboration with the Harlem upstart–signed to Nas‘ Mass Appeal Records just under 2 years ago–which also features DJ Drama and MikexAngelo, “Everybody Say.”
The Jon J directed video begins with DJ Drama giving a few words, saying “Y’all be all on that he say she say shit, man. Yeah, we hear you talking.” Ladies favorite, Dave East drops his fire bars as Trigga flaunts his gold grills, stacks of cash and women.
Check out the video above.