Gunplay

On Sunday a video was posted online that featured the Florida rapper seemingly going off on a fan, before spewing a racial epithet along with several offensive stereotypes, including accusing the fan of spreading the telenovel coronavirus by telling him to "get off" of his live, before he "makes it get coronavirus."

A$AP Twelvyy foresees a career year in 2016, going as far as to proclaim that 2015 is his “last year being broke.”

As Kid Cudi cited, life can be rather unpredictable, which led him to postpone his “Especial” tour citing production issues and personal strife. Today, he counters the unfortunate news with the release of “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven.”

The wait for Gunplay’s long awaited debut album, Living Legend, is nearly over. The project arrives on July 31, but we receive the rapper’s new single “Be Like Me,” featuring longtime partner in rhyme Rick Ross, today.

The world won’t see a free Gucci Mane until 2016. With a mound of tracks in the stash, rest assured that the Atlanta rapper will continue to flood the Internets with new material like “Heart Attack.”

Per usual, a bevy of rap visuals from the likes of Mike Will Made-It to Flying Lotus released between yesterday and today. And because Hip-Hop Wired loves you, we decided to package them all here for your enjoyment.

When it rains Timbaland-produced tracks at MMG, it definitely pours. The famed producer contributed two records to Rick Ross’ Hood Billionaire, and follows up with a new Gunplay jam titled “Scuffed Timbs,” which also features the Bawse.

Cam’Ron drops the video for “All Dat There Mine,” featuring his main squeeze JuJu and MMG rapper Gunplay, off the sixth volume of Killa’s 1st of the Month series.

The Human L.A. Riot, better known as Gunplay, returns with a self-titled mixtape in tow, featuring a 19 street tracks.

Crew love is a beautiful thing when the support is real. In preparation for Stalley’s studio debut album Ohio, Rick Ross calls up the entire MMG empire (with the understandable exception of Meek Mill) to drive home the fact that it drops on October 27.

The status of Gunplay’s long-delayed Living Legend album is unclear, but the rapper returns with a new track called “Savages,” featuring Cormega.

Rap music is such a fascinating entity. The latest edition of The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week is a great backup to the claim.