While T.I. and Young Thug’s Bankroll Mafia super group is a ways away from releasing an official project, the two ATLiens have cut a few records together and now present their latest collaboration off of the Furious 7 movie soundtrack, “Off-Set.”
Shuffling back and forth between the two rappers and scenes from the movie it was made for, the visuals feature the duo basically stunting while standing in front of a pair cars which we can only assume are capable of breaking sound barriers on the open road.
And Lil Wayne continues to introduce the hip-hop community to Caucasian singers we aren’t too familiar with. This time he has piano-man, Charlie Puth crooning on the chorus of his latest cut “Nothing But Trouble”, where Weezy does what he does best and kicks verses about a woman he loved down only to realize she used him up. Somebody get this man a copy of Bel Biv Devo’s “Poison” ASAP.
Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from Gunplay, Tyga, and more.
T.I. & YOUNG THUG – “OFF-SET”
LIL WAYNE FT. CHARLIE PUTH – “NOTHING BUT TROUBLE”
GUNPLAY FT. TRIPLE C’S – “FROM DA JUMP”
TYGA – “GLITTA”
KOOL JOHN & P-LO FT. IMASU – “ON ONE”
RICO LOVE – “HAPPY BIRTHDAY”
DJ DAHI –“DROP”
KALI UCHIS – “LONER”
DEE-1 – “I’M NOT PERFECT”
DIZZY WRIGHT & DEMRICK – “HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS”
DAYE JACK – “SAVE MY SOUL”