Posts Tagged ‘Mike Will Made It’
Money Makin Nique is going to surprise a lot of people when he drops his new project, Bimmer Candidate. In the meantime he demonstrates why this statement is true, linking up with Jace of Two9 and some Mike Will Made It production, “My Side” is a gem.
Juicy J liberates the official visual for the Mike Will Made It produced, “I’m Sicka,” and can be found on Blue Dream & Lean 2.
Next week Traps N Trunks will be releasing their latest mixtape, Trappin Out The Trunk, and it will be hosted by Bambino Gold. To prepare us for the tape we get this Bambino Gold exclusive today titled “Doing My Thang” with production being handled by Mike WiLL Made It. Take a listen to the single below and keep an eye out for the tape to arrive next week. Hit the jump for the stream. Read More
I don’t know what has gotten into Future lately but his relentless release of high quality music has been at an all time high. Yesterday, Future announced he will be dropping a new mixtape with Mike Will Made It titled, Ape Shit, no release date but expect it in the near future.
Nardwuar recently caught up with producer Mike Will Made It for a brand new interview! Check it out above.
Last night at the FADER Fort live and direct from SXSW Mike Will Made It performed his set but not before bringing out special guest Future, Rae Sremmurd, Riff Raff and them Two-9 boys. Check out the recap of the action above.
Serving as the 2015 SXSW Ambassador, Trae Tha Truth is making his rounds showing support to all those are in attendance in the Lone Star State. So far, Trae’s caught up with 2 Chainz, Sway and His Morning Show, Ghostface Killah, Miley Cyrus, Chance The Rapper, Dej Loaf, Raekwon, Mike Will Made It, G-Eazy, Casey Veggies, Wyclef Jean and many more. And DO NOT forget, Tha Truth arrives June 22nd!
Ludacris recruits Big K.R.I.T. for a new track off of his upcoming album, Ludaversal. Check out “Come And See Me” above!
Produced by Mike Will Made It.
Mike Will Made It recruits Riff Raff and Slim Jxmmi (of Rae Sremmurd) to shoot the official visual for “Choppin Blades” off his recent Ransom album.
How does a song become popular? In episode nine of Noisey Atlanta, we look at the backbone of the trap scene: the producers. We sit down with an elite squad of the most significant names in the scene now—Zaytoven, Mike Will Made It, Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin’, Southside, TM88, and Houston’s Travi$ Scott —as they explain the process of how a track moves from being created in the studio to becoming a hit. No A&Rs are needed. No major labels are needed. The city breaks the mold. What’s the main reason? The key to success in Atlanta is simple: the nightlife.