Another day, another 2 Chainz track, or that just happens to be the reality with his Trapavelli Tre mixtape that much closer to releasing.
The wheels are steadily turning for Ace Hood, who’s readying the release of Starvation III. For the third installment of his mixtape series, the rapper limited the features.
Here’s something that will set your Saturday off properly. We The Best’s Vado and Ace Hood teamed up to rhyme over DMX’s classic “Stop Being Greedy.”
DJ Khaled has done collaborations with nearly every artist that consider themselves current these days so naturally his birthday parties are littered with familiar faces.
The relationship between rap and reggae has been refueled for the 2K13 with Wayne Marshall’s “Go Harder,” the remix to 2012’s “Go Hard.”
The future of rap isn’t just about topping charts and making hits, there’s also a struggle section. It’s not enough to start at the top and end up in struggle, these days you get just as much press for going the opposite route.
DJ Khaled is gearing up to release his Suffering From Success LP, but before then, he liberated two new tracks. One is titled “You Don’t Want These Problems” features Big Sean, Rick Ross, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Ace Hood, and Timbaland.
Hip-Hop has afforded a lot of individuals the lavish lifestyle they dreamed of. That’s the premise of a new track, titled “All We Know,” commandeered by New York local and Hot 97’s own DJ Absolut.
Ace Hood continues to push his Trials & Tribulations album with a new visual for track four, “Before The Rollie.” In the shots, he and featured MC Meek Mill recall the days when their money was funny.
For most, a standard tweet is a suitable way to announce an album pushed back. This approach wasn’t grandiose enough for DJ Khaled, though.
Rich Gang has a worthy list of potential singles on their self-titled album. Today, the Cash Money collective return with a visual for one called “Dreams Come True,” featuring Birdman, Yo Gotti, Ace Hood, Mack Maine.
Let the records show that Ace Hood has great chemistry with The Runners. With a list of collabs that include “Cash Flow,” the We The Best rapper and the Florida production duo reconnected to create a smooth jam called “Thugs Fall.”
Ace Hood has yet to deliver a follow-up single with an effect like his smash “Bugatti,” but hopes to change that with his latest drop “Before The Rollie.” Funkmaster Flex exclusively premiered the Sonny Digital produced jam last night.
Ace Hood knows how to make a hit, but he’s also intent on making a full-fledged quality project. The Florida rapper’s “Bugatti” single is certified gold, and he looks to keep the momentum going with Trial & Tribulations, out July 16.
YMCMB, Maybach Music Group, and DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music Group are a very tight knit collective. Because of this, we see recycled line ups on collaborations like “No New Friends.” For the most part, this formula has resulted in a numerous hits and Khaled hopes to score another for his artist Ace Hood […]
DJ Khaled’s dreams are coming true. The DJ and We The Best label honcho graces the cover of the latest The Source magazine alongside his artist Ace Hood and Cash Money’s Birdman.
Gucci Mane, Ace Hood and Teyana Taylor kicked off their Memorial Day Weekend festivities in Miami. Fascinating fact; Ace Hood pulled up in a Ferrari, not a Bugatti. We must say we are kinda disappointed.
French Montana, a man of many posse cuts, returns with another offering from Excuse My French called “F**k What Happens Tonight.” This track features a few frequent collaborators in DJ Khaled, Mavado, and Ace Hood, as well as Hip-Hop legends Snoop Dogg and Scarface.
As if the Rick Ross d@te rape fiasco wasn’t already controversial enough, MMG cohort Meek Mill and We The Best Music Group artist Ace Hood recently came to the Miami rapper’s defense. In separate radio interviews, both artists shared their different stances on what most would consider a pretty cut and dry lyric.