Posts Tagged ‘Rick Ross’
The first release from Birdman and Rozay’s The H project dropping next week.
Two new songs from Big Guwop today and the first one features the MMG boss talking talking that shit with an extra slow flow. The second track “Birds Of A Feather” finds Gucci tearing into the track, running his mouth and sending shots like he’s done so well over the past year. Gucci’s Trap House III hits iTunes May 21st.
Listen to “Birds Of A Feather” below.
Birdman and Rick Ross got in front of the camera to announce the release of a somewhat new project titled The H. The two actually recorded the project in a couple weeks time back in 2008, but they feel now is a perfect time to feed the streets. This is coming after Stunna also recently announced a new Big Tymers album consisting of Wayne, Drake and himself. Birdman always keeps the YMCMB machine in high gear, so I’m sure we can expect a hot summer. After the break you can check out the artwork for their collaborative project, hosted by DJ Khaled.
Meek Mill and the Mastermind add verses to Yo Gotti’s Future-assisted “Drug Money” track.
Talib stopped by the Shade 45 Studios with Sway and the team to speak his piece on Wayne and Ross losing their endorsement deals to some careless rap lyrics. While Kweli doesn’t believe the two superstars should NOT have lost their deals, he does believe they should’ve delivered stronger apologies. Makes sense. Talib’s Prisoner Of Conscious in stores now.
I heard this at French’s listening last week in NYC and this was one of the songs that stuck out. Mainly because of the beat and Ross’ use of the word “Mufucka” at the end of each bar. Excuse My French drops May 21st.
DRE Films gets behind the lens for the visuals of “Life Long” featuring Rick Ross and Nipsey Hussle. Make sure you have Rockie’s Electric Highway in your collection.
Future’s latest single to hit radio has been getting steady airplay, but the Pluto- rapper calls on some of his wealthiest friends for the RichMix of “Karate.” Future Hendrix scheduled to reach us later this year.
Ever since Weezy got to slick talking about the Miami Heat during All-Star weekend, a couple native Miami folk have voiced their displeasure, Trick Daddy being one of them, allegedly voiced his disdain for Wayne’s rhetoric to his face recently in a nightclub. Speaking on behalf of the situation, Birdman confirmed a “conversation” was had and that everything is now “all love.”
In addition, Birdman also spoke on Ross’ run in with Reebok in regards to his “rape” lyric on Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O. single and is declaring The Boss did nothing wrong in that situation. You sure about that, Birdman?
John Legend finally provides visuals for the Rick Ross-asssited “Who Do We Think We Are,” which can be purchased on iTunes. Admittedly, I’m not the biggest fan of Ross, but he really makes some incredible music with John Legend. Now that would be a dope EP. This will be found on Legend’s Love In The Future LP, set to arrive June 25th.