Waka plays villian in the Cricket directed video for the Southside and DJ Spinz-produced “AM 2 PM,” off his third album Flockaveli 2. Flockaveli 2 is due this winter.
In gearing up for his forthcoming film, The Spot, Gucci Mane lets go of his London On Da Track produced song from the soundtrack called “Paranoid,” featuring Waka Flocka Flame and Chaz Gotti. The Spot, hits the net on Oct. 17.
Waka Flocka Flame kicks it in full gear with “Workin” the first single from his upcoming third studio album Flockaveli 2. “I will never back down, I’m from Clay Co., ni**a,” he raps on the Tarentino produced track. Flockaveli 2 is set to be released sometime this winter.
Waka Flocka Flame and Future team up on their 808 Mafia-produced track “Rotation,” a remake of “All These Bitches,” on Flocka and DJ Whoo Kid’s mixtape The Turn Up Godz Tour.
Waka Flocka Flame drops his Young Chop-produced single “OVA” featuring OFFSET of Migos and Ca$h Out. “Just bought a Rollie, boy it’s ova,” Waka proclaims. In addition to this track, The Brick Squad boss is gearing up to release his mixtape I Can’t Rap Vol. 2 and a new album is due later this year on Atlantic Records. Listen below.
After being arrested and charged with Carrying a Weapon in a Prohibited Place, Waka is not letting a little arrest get in his way of dropping new music. As promised, the Brick Squad leader releases his remix to Rich Gang’s “Lifestyle.” “Stay away from the snakes and the sharks,” he warns. “Take care of your fam, kids, and your girl. Now that’s gangsta.” As far as his arrest goes, Waka’s manager Debra Antney has called his arrest a big mistake, saying he accidentally grabbed his fiancé’s bag which contained the gun. The couple is in the process of moving and their stuff got mixed Read More
Waka teams up with Chicago production duo Flosstradamus for “TTU (Too Turnt Up),” their collaboration on the 22 Jump Street soundtrack. Hot or not?
Waka Flocka Flame calls out to the streets on his Mike WiLL Made It produced track “Slippin.” The single will appear on the Atlanta rapper’s upcoming album Flockaveli 2. [The FADER]
Waka goes from having roaches to having riches on his DJ Scream-hosted mixtape From Roaches to Rolex. The project features his newly released Gucci Mane diss “Ice Cream,” and appearances from members of his Brick Squad Monopoly family Frenchie and Wooh Da Kid.
I guess Waka Flocka had enough. The former Brick Squad member released his Gucci Mane diss “Ice Cream,” which can be found on his DJ Scream-hosted mixtape From Roaches to Rolex.