With his The Lox collaboration still fresh on rotation, Lil Wayne lets go of another Carter 5 track. The Young Money boss teams up with his Young Money protégé Flow on “Off Day.” On the X Fyle-produced single, Weezy brags about his bad chick while Flow brings us back to the Hot Boys era. Recently, Wayne announced Tha Carter V delay and that he would release the album in parts with the first being released December 9. “I got way too much to just give ya’ll half of it,” he said. “If I would’ve dropped the album today, it would have to be 12 or 13 Read More
It’s finally here, Flow drops his anticipated mixtape, Withdrawals. The project features the Flight School Productions-produced title track “Withdrawals“ and appearances from Lil Wayne, Taliban Bundy, Drop Boy Dell, Kris Baptiste, Kidd Kidd, Young Boy Slim Boogie and many more. Stream and download below. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Partners-n-Crime turns it up in the highly anticipated video for new single “Hell Yeah” featuring Flow. The Mike Lee and CatDaddy directed clip was partially shot at the HITZ INTERNATIONAL mansion in New Orleans and cameos can be seen from Slim Boogie, Christian Radke, T@, Voodoo, and more. The track can be found on PNC’s 20th anniversary album, “9313” dropping sometime this fall.
New Orleans own Flow of FlameGangMusic and Young Money Ent. releases his single “Get Out My Face”(Remix), a track from his latest mixtape “WOLF.” The Flame Gang Music & Flightschool Production produced track features Slim Boogie on the hook! Download “WOLF” below:
The Flamez dropped their most anticipated mixtape, “Everyday Iz Halloween”. If you’ve been following Flow he mention the anticipated mixtape in our latest interview. Produced by Niyo”, the mixtape consist of Flow, Shotty, Boogie, and Rocky. Download: The Flamez – Everyday Iz Halloween
The Flamez offical video for snakes in the grass from the mixtape still smoking. Music video shot, edited and directed by Kevin Davis. Assisted by TeeRaw.
It’s that time again and Shive magazine is ripping it up with Flow. Check him out as he talks his music and swagg. Find out why we think he’s Hip Hop’s Newest Advocate”. Shive: Though the music scene here is vast, it has been argued that there is a lack of support for local emcees. Do you agree with this? Share your thoughts. Flow: Fuckin right… I feel like there’s so much talent inNew Orleansnobody knows about. So many niggas out here doing their thing. I’m a fan of niggas and they don’t even know it. Somebody out our circle needs to Read More