“No Passes” is a throwback to the OG BK Drill sound that quickly mad noise in the rap game. The “No Passes” visual is directed by Gerard Victor and features Bizzy riding around NYC in a red Ferrari to complement the red aesthetic of the vid.
Lola is now back with her first release since the aforementioned “Don’t Play With It” with new track “Here I Come”.
Platinum rapper, Foogiano is celebrating his two-year anniversary of his chart-topping, debut mixtape, ‘Gutta Baby’, with a newly expanded version. ‘Gutta Baby: Reloaded’ adds eight new tracks to the original project, including the newest track, “Slicin (Feat. Gucci Mane)”. Other highlights include Foogiano and Big Scarr’s recently released single “Soul Keeper”. As well as production from the likes of Bandplay and Tay Keith. Although the original project released back in 2020, ‘Gutta Baby’ debuted at number one on Billboard’s “Heatseekers Albums chart. After accumulating 250 million streams, ‘Gutta Baby: Reloaded’ has Foogiano looking to only add to those streams.
Westside Gunn Releases Video For “FlyGod Jr” (feat. Doe Boy and DJ Drama)” + Mac Don’t Stop & Nigos Louis Off Of ’10’
“Fly God Jr (Feat. Doe Boy and DJ Drama)” is from Westside Gun’s new album ’10’. An album with a whole lot of history and features. The album,’10’, has features and collaborations from: A$AP Rocky, Ghostface, Raekwon, Busta Rhymes, Benny the Butcher, Conway The Machine, RZA, and The Alchemist, just to name a handful. Westside Gunn released the first edition of HWH (Hitler Wears Hermes) 10-years-ago. At that time Griselda was still in it’s infant stage. The musical ensemble, GXFR, is a global brand. In addition, Westside Gunn is the industries pre-eminent multi-hyphenate: artist, label owner, creative, curator, and fashion icon.
The “Dancer”visual takes us on a trip, with Manny as he enjoys a night out, filled with drugs and a lot of money being thrown. Dancer is definitely a great vibe. Manny doesn’t do too much on the track as he perfectly meshes with the upbeat production.
The project was strategically released yesterday on #DolphDay. A day of service that commemorates the life and work of Glocks mentor and cousin Young Dolph.
Don Toliver Returns With New Single “Do It Right” Sampling Classic S.O.S Band Record “Take Your Time (Do It Right).”
It’s no guarantee on when we’ll get a new album from Don Oliver, but if “Do It Right” is any indiction of what’s to come we can expect another banger from Don Toliver.
With features from Kiana Leḋe, Jean Deaux, and Ambré – who fronts the eponymous interlude midway through the album – Conrad keeps the focus on him, which is an essential and strategic decision on another early career project.
Released via South Coast Music Group/ Capitol Records, ‘Boys Don’t Cry: Men Do (Deluxe)’, is the new edition of Toosii’s acclaimed ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ EP. The Deluxe version features five new soul-barring tracks. The expanded title emphasises the central theme of the project. Toosii showcases that it’s time to question the deeply ingrained idea that boys and men alike, stifle their emotions in order to be strong. Raised in Syracuse, New York and Goose Creek, South Carolina, Toosii moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in his teens. It’s there that he came into his own, he even recorded the new material in Cary, North Carolina.
“Knock, knock, knock, loud knocking, good weed knocking at yo door”. First, the good people of LA were presented with an open-house listening party simulated […]