The trap loves Waka Flocka Flame and will continue to do so as long as street knockers like “50k” are his staple. He is joined by fellow ATLien T.I. on the track.
Queens born, Atlanta raised rapper Waka Flocka Flame takes it back to his birthplace in the visual for “Can’t Do Golds.”
Waka Flocka Flame is anti-violence, and is taking his stance to Chicago. Waka will hold a concert in the Windy City next month, aimed at addressing the violence running rampant in the area.
While Gucci Mane has Brick Squad, Waka Flocka has Brick Squad Monopoly. Got it? Good. That said, the latter drops a new mixtape titled DuFlocka Rant: Halftime Show.
Only in Bizarro World would a writer named Wilbert Cooper party up with artists like Waka Flocka Flame and Gucci Mane, unless you’re VICE, in which case this is a rather normal occurrence. Such was the scenario in the last known footage prior to the duo’s public spat just last month.
In these braggadocios times, fur is to rap culture what A$AP Rocky’s struggle braids are to his image; it doesn’t always look right, but it just kinda goes together. One person not buying this theory is Waka Flocka Flame.
Waka Flocka Flame didn’t sign on for PETA’s anti-fur campaign as a publicity stunt, he’s actually committed to the cause. Unlike most of his rap homies, the New York native isn’t into rocking animal carcass, because he thinks it’s “nasty as hell.”
Sorry Bricksquad fans. It looks like Waka Flocka Flame has his feet firmly planted in his stance on one time partner in rhyme Gucci Mane, with whom he recently severed all ties. He made this clear once again during a recent interview with Canada’s Montreality.
will.i.am ft. Britney Spears, Hit-Boy, Diddy, Waka Flocka Flame & Lil Wayne – “Scream And Shout (Remix)” [VIDEO]
After dropping a GIF’d behind the scenes look at their new video, will.i.am. goes international to release the new video for the “Scream & Shout” remix.
This animated video from Pitchfork is what we like to call viral gold. Waka Flocka Flame tells the story about his grandmother putting him on punishment in the styling of a Charlie Brown cartoon.
For those of you wondering, “What has Waka Flocka been up to?,” Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club has you covered. The Atlanta rapper stopped through the station to provide updates on his work ethic, Gucci Mane’s turn as a speaker at a middle school and venturing off into other genres of music, for safety concerns.
Waka Flocka Flame is back on his mixtape grind as he drops his new project, DuFlocka Rant 2.