Every so often, Lil Uzi Vert will come through with some new music and make sure his fans are happy. Mind you, since releasing Luv Is Rage 2, Uzi loosies have been a bit scarce. Regardless, he's constantly in the studio and teasing new music. As
About 10 months after the Philadelphia rapper dropped Going Thru the Motions, he’s come through with his 18-track debut studio album Catch These Vibes. PnB Rock teased the project earlier this year, sharing its cover art as well as three singles: "Feelins," "Scrub," and "Issues" with Russ.
Staying right in his lane , Meek Mill hops on this thumping production and delivers an aggressive street cut that finds him rapping about “getting the whole team rich,” just as the title depicts. Take a listen and let us know what you think. (Record
Tee Grizzley is undoubtedly one of the rawest rappers to breakthrough in the past two years. With a real background in the streets, he's one of the few that stays vivid with the street tales he speaks and presents it with authenticity in his voice.
After what felt like endless delays, the Philly rapper Lil Uzi Vert has finally dropped his debut studio album. Fans received an official announcement the day of its release along with an album cover that featured a nod to Virgil Abloh's Off-White. Uzi Vert also shared what appeared to be
Meek Mill just released his third studio album yesterday called Wins And Losses, featuring guest appearances from Future, Young Thug, Rick Ross, Quavo & more. Looking to highlight one of its records, other than “We Ball” & “1942 Flow,” here goes the raunchy, Verse Simmonds-assisted cut “Open.”
Meek Mill’s third studio album Wins & Losses is now out and available to stream on multiple platforms. In the buildup to the release of Wins & Losses, Meek dropped the singles “Glow Up,” “Whatever You Need,” “Young Black America,” and “Issues.”
Meek’s last studio album outing was 2015’s Dreams Worth
In advance of his upcoming album Wins & Losses, Meek Mill has shared a new track called "YBA." The-Dream supplies the hook, which reveals the title to stand for "Young Black America." Using a very familiar sample from Jay-Z's "Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)," the closing track from Hov's 2001 classic
Meek Mill's music is often at its most thrilling when he prostrates himself at the foot of a higher power and offers a prayer. On his new release "Glow Up,' which he released Monday morning at midnight, he humbly asks the Lord to "be my
Roc Nation OG and bearded wonder Freeway teams with New York's Dave East on the new banger "Hold The Fort Down." The DJ Skizz produced cut is prime material for fans of that gully street sound, a fact attested by Freeway himself. In an interview with