Posts Tagged ‘Mike Will Made It’
Taylor J adds Chrishan to the remix of his recent Mike Will-produced single “So Much More.”
It’s the end of the week, so that means Luda’s #IDGAFFridays series is upon us once again. This time Ludacris is riding solo over some production from Mike Will. DTP Presents: I Don’t Give A Fuck, the mixtape, coming soon.
We’ve had plenty of time to let Taylor J’s Control mixtape sink in and today he returns with some new music produced by Mike Will Made It. Some people apparently have the game misconstrued, so Taylor decides to air it out and let them know it’s not just about the money and the fame.
I’ve been spinning a lot of UGK lately, so to see a remix of Juicy J’s single “Show Out” seemingly pop out of nowhere featuring Tip and Pimp C, I’m pleased to say the least. Juicy’s Taylor Gang debut, Stay Trippy, coming later this year.
Artemus Jenkins gets behind the camera for the Mike Will Made It produced cut “Where The Money At” from Two9 which can be found on Mike’s Est In 1989 (Part 2.5) mixtape.
In lieu of dropping his highly anticipated project today, G.O.O.D. Music’s Travi$ Scott opts to give us just a preview off Owl Pharaoh. Featuring Gunplay, Fredo Santana and Chuck Inglish, Mike Will provides the backdrop and it definitely leaves us wanting more. Listen to “Pussy” below.
Ciara’s getting the full Future experience, not only as his new girlfriend, but he continues to pen songs for the songstress as well. Mike Will Made It produces CiCi’s latest slow jam which will live on One Woman Army, coming this June.
Though it’s a hilarious tale from Groove Chambers, I don’t think Mike Will appeared as a hazy image in his dream talking about “Turn Up Fool” LMAOOO! Anyway, Groove and Mike explain the term “Turn Up” and what it actually means to them.
Here we have the first OFFICIAL single from Trae’s forthcoming project dropping later this year. “I’m Screwed Up” features hookman for hire, Future with Mike Will Made It on the beat.
Yep, Trae is ready to fire off that FIRST OFFICIAL single in a few. You see the participants. I think we have a problem, Houston!