Mike WiLL Made-It closes out 2016 with his Instrumental Tuesdays 2016 mixtape. The project features some of the producer’s biggest hits this year including Beyoncé (“Formation”), Tinashe (“Energy”), Young Thug (“Wit Dem”), Future (“Al Sharpton”), and Gucci Mane (“Nonchalant,” “Pop Music,” and “Gucci Please”). There’s also a little Rae Sremmurd material too. “That’s not even all the instrumentals,” he tweeted. “certain ones had blocks on them but I hope u all are enjoying those at least.” Listen below. Comments 0 Likes
The Based God drops off his Bone Thugs-N-Harmony inspired track “My House” off his upcoming mixtape Black Ken. My basement got a stripper pole,” he brags. “10,000 square feet, that’s a man’s home / Come see how a boss live / Tell me when you at the gate, I’ll let you in.” Although the Metro Booming produced track appears on Black Ken there is no official release date for the project. Listen below.
Curren$y takes time out to reflect on life in the video for “Real Family,” a cut from his Andretti 11/30 mixtape released last month. In reflecting on life by viewing old photos of family, the Nola native revisits the death of his friend, Derrald Eugene “Doe-Doe” Daniel. Spitta’s is set to drop 12/30, his 12th release of 2016 sometime today. While we want watch below.
Following his Joe Louis Arena meltdown in Detriot on Wednesday (Dec. 28), Tremaine Neverson known to the world as Trey Songz w has been arrested and charged with felony assault on a police officer and aggravated assault. During his performance at “The Big Show at the Joe,” he headlined with Chris Brown, Trigga apparently went over his time.“They say they’re gonna cut my mic off because I’m taking too much time,” he explained to the crowd. “A ni**a cut me off, I’m going the f*ck crazy,” he said, before singing about it. “Go on, do it! Go on, do it! Cut Read More
21 Savage has relationship issues in the Vincent Lou-directed video to his Metro Boomin and Future assisted video for “X.” Although the rapper has problems with his girl his life takes a turn for the better. Ditching the video games for a mansion, cash and beautiful girls everywhere. “X” appears on Savage’s July project Savage Mode and made it to number No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100.
After highs and lows, three children together —King, Major, and daughter Heiress Harris, four stepchildren – Messiah, Domani, Deyjah and Zonnique and six years of marriage, T.I. and Tiny decided to call things off. As reported, Tiny filed for divorce from her husband on Dec. 7 in Georgia’s Henry County. With the divorce rumors circulating Tip and Tiny has been spending time together and getting along quite well. They celebrated Christmas together and has hooked up twice already. The couple has 20 years invested and have not addressed the divorce filing. It would be disappointing to throw it all away so hopefully they Read More
Quavo call on Lil Uzi Vert, and Shad Da God for their Alicia Keys inspired collaboration, “200,000.” “I got more keys than Alicia,” brags Quavo. “These ni**as be talkin’ to police-a / I took your ho, then released her / I used to trap out a Regal.” Listen below.
With their Gucci Mane-assisted smash “Black Beatles,” still No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Rae Sremmurd says drops off the video for their Kodak Black-assisted track “Real Chill” off SremmLife 2. Catering to the holiday spirit Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee discuss the importance of smoke, beauty, and, dancwhile surrounded by Christmas lights, discussing the importance of smoke and authenticity Kodak has some fun with holiday lights. Watch below.
Dipset’s Juelz Santana is back and aiming for the bandana on his new track back “Santana Bandana.” “Been on my grizzly,” he raps over hard-hitting drums. “Leg hangin’ out the Phantom, you heard Drizzy / Bump-bumpin’ ‘Litty’ again, word to Meek Milly.” In addition to “Santana Bandana,” Juelz released his Dave East, Bobby Shmurda, and Rowdy Rebel assisted single “Time Ticking” a few weeks back. With new music surfacing, I guess it’s safe to say an official LP is on its well on it’s way. Listen below.
While out on a $500,000 bond after being charged with attempted murder at a May concert in Manhattan, Troy Ave, whose real name is Roland Collins, has been shot twice on Christmas Day. According to The New York Times, while at an intersection in Brooklyn at approximately 4 p.m. Sunday (Dec. 25), an unidentified man approached Ave’s Maserati and began firing multiple rounds. One bullet struck his back with another grazing his head causing Collins to crash into a parked vehicle. He was transported to Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center where he was later released on Monday (Dec. 26) Read More