Gucci Mane's done a lot in his career despite all of the setbacks that came his way. The rapper's been consistently dropping projects and music for over 12 years at this point and it doesn't seem like he'll be slowing down in the near future.
Over the past couple years, T.I. has participated in an annual tradition of surprising families on Christmas Eve at Walmart with free gifts, but it turns out this year he had to change it up a little bit. After some technical difficulties which left his Delta
Jeezy has ushered in Christmas a little early with Pressure, his first album since 2016’s Trap Or Die 3. The 13-track album boasts features from J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Tee Grizzley, 2 Chainz, Puff Daddy, Rick Ross, YG, Kodak Black, Tory Lanez, and Payroll Giovanni.
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There's no doubt that few hip-hop artists have dominated 2017 quite like Future and Kendrick Lamar. With Future and DAMN. respectively, both men have turned in some of their strongest work to date, galvanizing music consumers and putting themselves in a class that not many other emcees
Gucci Mane's a man about his money, there's no doubt about it. He figured out a way to profit off of his wedding and has already indicated his desire to make more off his honeymoon. However, it seems like Big Guwop had secured the bag
In case you’ve been sleeping, 21 Savage, Offset, & Metro Boomin decided to send shockwaves throughout the internet Monday night when they announced that they had a joint album dropping at midnight called Without Warning, and alas they were right. The 10 track album was
Jeezy is making his return into the game. In his first release since he dropped his chart topping Trap Or Die 3, he came back with two new anthems. He recruited Diddy for the bottle popping "Bottles Up" single and he simultaneously released another new single,
Young Thug and Future fans can stop holding their collective breath: The Atlanta rappers have finally dropped their collaborative mixtape, Super Slimey. Rumors of a joint project have been circulating for a while now, but nothing was confirmed until hours ago, when Thugger and Future shared the Super Slimey cover art on Instagram.
Today, Reebok Classic has officially introduced Gucci Mane as the face of the brand’s latest campaign. Gucci joins the ranks of Reebok Classic’s music-minded collaborators such as Future, Machine Gun Kelly, Rae Sremmurd, Teyana Taylor and Jasmine Sanders.
The new campaign starring the Atlanta-based rapper will support the latest iteration of
After suffering a brief delay, Gucci Mane's Mr. Davis was released Friday. More than any of his other post-prison releases, Gucci's latest bears the markings of a major label rap album, which perhaps contributed to its pushback. Big features are packed tightly into the 17-track project,