Lately he’s been getting more press for his on again off again on again marriage to Tammy Rivera, but Waka Flocka is a rapper by trade. LeBron Flocka James 4 is his latest project, and you can listen to or download it right here.
Waka Flocka Flame kicking righteous rap bars? That’s exactly the case on Stephen Marley‘s “Scars On My Feet,” and its video can be seen on TIDAL.
Ever since breaking up last month, Waka Flocka and Tammy Rivera have been the topic of discussion more than at anytime when they were together.
Just a few days ago it was being reported that Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta couple Waka Flocka Flame and Tammy Rivera had broken off their 2-year marriage when Rivera dropped a cryptic tweet insinuating the relationship was over.
It’s April 20th, and like on this day each year, many people are sitting comfortably in a cloud of smoke as they celebrate their love for marijuana. That includes some of rap’s favorites, a list of whom debuted music to accompany the joyous occasion.
Today’s edition of Wired Tracks is a Harlem thing, as Hip-Hop Wired highlights a pair of newly releases heaters from a few of Uptown Manhattan’s finest rappers.
With spring officially here, and summer around the corner, the time to drop an anthem just in time for the warm weather is now. Today, the Internets received two possible candidates in Young Thug’s “Digits” and A$AP Ferg’s new single “Let It Bang,” featuring ScHoolboy Q.
Toronto-based Electronic duo Zeds Dead is readying a new album, due to release later this year via their new Deadbeats label. Today (Mar. 1), they return with “Back Home,” a song featuring Freddie Gibbs.
Waka Flocka Flame ft. French Montana “What’s Happenin,” T-Pain “Officially Yours,” & More | Wired Tracks 2.12.16
Any proper meeting between Waka Flocka Flame and French Montana is likely to be a party, whether the connection happens on wax or in person. A case of the former arrives today via a song titled “What’s Happenin.”
Waka Flocka Flame has been vocal lately via social media, weighing in on a variety of topics and not worrying much about the consequences it appears. The southern rapper chimed in on the ongoing 50 Cent vs. Meek Mill feud but didn’t seem to take a strong side in the matter.
Though aesthetically different, Queens, NY collective World’s Fair embody an energy quite similar in principle to Atlanta’s Two-9. It is only natural that the crews, noticing their similarities, would collaborate for our listening pleasure.
Waka Flocka Flame joins a growing chorus of naysayers who actually believe that the more than 50 women who accused Bill Cosby of rape and sexual assault are part of some nefarious plot. The Down South rapper took to Twitter to call shenanigans on the accusations, stating that some shadowy figure is “framing” the comedian […]