Archive for September, 2015
Shy Glizzy drops off his latest project For Trappers Only with features from Boosie Badazz, Yo Gotti, Ty Dolla $ign and more. Zaytoven produced the whole tape.
Listen and download below.
Streets On Lock 4 coming soon.
Previously: Migos – Forest Whitaker (Video)
Fat Trel debuts the video for his new earworm “Feel No Pain,” featuring Yowda and P Wild.
Previously: Fat Trel – My Bruvas (Video)
Bruh. I knew this was coming but this trailer has got me hype now. Radio That Changed Lives tells the story of Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito and their groundbreaking radio show on WKCR. Has there ever been a more appropriately titled documentary? Because I think it’s fair to say that show is a big part of why many of us in and around the music industry do what we do today.
The film is currently being screened in select cities and will be premiering in new markets throughout October. This new teaser features teasers of interviews with Jay Z, Eminem, Nas, Raekwon, Fat Joe and several other now iconic artists who got their first break on The Stretch and Bob Show.
Paul White adds some gravity to the new Golden Rules track “Never Die” with a more ominous beat and a verse from Freddie Gibbs where he talks about rapping for Kanye. Golden Rules is White and Eric Biddines and their debut project Golden Ticket is available now.
Previously: Golden Rules ft. Yasiin Bey – Never Die
The hood needed this. G-Count of L.E.P. Bogus Boys and producer Nascent team up for the Ugly EP. The 8-track project features grimey, soul-infused bangers like the title track and middle-finger to the law diatribe “Fuck 12.”
Here are a couple of new episodes of Wiz’s ‘Boys of Zummer’ vlog series. Part 4 chronicles his time in Austin for SXSW and a photo shoot with his mom, while Part 5 (below) has him showing off his championship dab skills and follows him to NYC for his appearance on Saturday Night Live, then back to LA for Ty Dolla $ign’s Talk About It In The Morning.
Updated with another new vlog from Wiz, Trapping Overseas Pt. 1 below.
Maino jumps on Fetty Wap’s “RGF Island” for his latest KOBmix.