The Zag Team is in the building as Prada Leary, Supakaine, and Tommy Malibu come together for the official optics of “Way Too High”. Clearly inspired by the influence of choice narcotics, there’s no mistaking the vibe of this one. Hit play on the visual above and grab the Zag Summer project if you don’t already have it.
Webbie teams up with his Trill Ent. comrade Foxx for a new joint titled “Freak Hoe”. This one will appear on his upcoming mixtape Money Good, due out on Turkey Day.
It’s Friday, so you know what that means. It’s time to get a little chaotic. From Brooklyn to New Jersey, Chaos joins forces with one of the most solidified hustlers in New York. Never Change 2 is coming soon, but for now you can stream the latest installment of #ChaoticFridays below !
Coming off the release of his Show & Prove 2 mixtape, which featured Young Thug, Young Scooter, Peewee Longway, Snootie Wild, and more, Extream Bling turns right back around with the official Cricket-directed flick for “Porsche Panamera”.
While we wait for the impending release of California C.A.S.H., which will come with features from the likes of Young Thug, Eric Bellinger, Jay 305, Metro Boomin, David Cash unloads another solo track on us that will not find a home on the project. Listen to “Blu N Red” below.
Time after time, Chaos proves why he’s one of the toughest up and coming rhymers from the East Coast with a new freestyle every week over any given industry instrumental for his #ChaoticFridays series. Never Change 2 coming soon!
Tennessee’s own Young Memph is here for the deejays. As new generations become more prevalent in hip-hop, a lot of younger people aren’t completely familiar with what the disc jockeys have provided for us, so Memph takes ‘em to school on his latest release.
Atlanta rep and Boss Squad Entertainment’s recording artist Extream Bling has been collaborating with a multitude of artists including Stuey Rock, Young Ralph, Snootie Wild, and Young Scooter as of late, just to name a few. His current Big Hurt-produced singles “Porsche Panamera” and “100’s & 50’s” featuring Young Thug both have support from the DJ community with the singles getting played in numerous clubs and on urban stations throughout the southeast. Today, Extream delivers his new mixtape Show and Prove 2, hosted by Bigga Rankin and DJ Ace, while simultaneously releasing visuals for “You Know I’m A Boss” featuring SMG artists Snootie Wild and Mac Steve. The mixtape also comes with appearances from Young Thug, Young Scooter, Peewee Longway, and more while production contributions come from the likes of Komplexx, DJ Plugg, and Big Hurt. Download/stream Show & Prove 2 after the break.
J Money and Yung L.A. are bringing the old Atlanta back with their latest collaboration. Following the release of Batman & Robin, the pair are prepping the sequel and the first single is “700 JayZ”, produced by Zaytoven and Cassius.
Words from waKiL:
The people of this world need love. With all the stuff going on between the shooting of Trayvon, the shooting of Mike Brown, racism (of any race), the division that’s going on, society and all of its folly, I wanted to counter attack the hate that’s spreading around. At the end of the day, the thing we really need that conquers everything is love. So I wrote and produced a song…”LOVE”.
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