Congrats are in order for A$AP Rocky Fetty Wap and ScHoolboy Q in celebration of their latest honor. Forbes spotlighted the rappers in its annual “30 under 30” list of young entrepreneurs and “break out talents” across various categories like music, education, commerce, media, and sports.
Thanks to Meek Mill, there is no going back. He has changed things. Forever.
Yesterday, Vic Mensa of the Chicago-based SAVEMONEY collective offered to release a new track in exchange for 200 retweets. After the deed was done, fans received a melodic tune called “Time Is Money,” featuring MMG rapper Rockie Fresh.
In the last 24 hours, Maybach Music Group took the stage at Summer Jam and announced plans to deliver the third installment of their Self Made series. Rick Ross and co. complete the trifecta by debuting the first offering from the project — a song by Rockie Fresh called “God Is Great.”
Is this what y’all want? Drake drops a new record out of the blue this morning called “5AM In Toronto,” the sequel to “9AM In Dallas.”
In Hip-Hop, chemistry between a producer and a rapper is one of the most important things that a you can have.
Nicki Minaj is easily one of the most loved (those “Barbies” are an army) and hated (see the comments on any Nicki Minaj story) artists in Hip-Hop, easy. The YMCMB rapper/singer is retrofitting the album she dropped earlier this year into Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up, and here is a new song from […]
Meek Mill continues the story of Tony from the Dreamchasers series on “Tony’s Story (Part 2).” Off of Meek Mill’s upcoming album, Dreams And Nightmares, this Boi-1da-produced record once again showcases Meek’s storytelling ability.
The Toronto-born D-WHY made his Hip-Hop Wired debut earlier in the week with his new video, “New York Times.” Today he drops the full project called, Don’t Flatter Yourself, which takes influences from hip-hop, R&B, and classic Italian vocalists behind some stellar production. D-WHY enlists the production talents of Boi-1da, Hit-Boy, Dot Da Genius, D-Mile and many more […]
If you’ve never heard of David “D-WHY” Morris before, now is as good a time as ever to get hip on game. D-WHY is a 23-year-old artist out of New York City by way of Virginia whose genre bending type of music is starting to garner some attention. His new mixtape, Don’t Flatter Yourself, drops this Wednesday […]
Canadian rapper J Star recruited Harlem’s Vado and and Chicago’s Twista to each drop a verse on the remix to his “Clap Clap Clap” record and the MCs came through for the song’s video, too. J has been putting in work for a good minute and gets blessed with production from Boi-1da, who you’ve probably […]
If you haven’t been up on Miami-based MC, Jigg allow this to be your introduction; or your Spittaduction. Jigg is stepping out with his mixtape hosted by Don Cannon and features an introduction from DJ Drama. On this tape Jigg takes on some popular instrumentals including “Ambition,” “Hammer Dance,” “9AM In Dallas,” and more. You […]
Miami newcomer Jigg got a pretty dope new record produced by Tyler “T-Minus” Williams (“HYFR,” “The Motto,”). This joint knocks something serious. This will be on his new mixtape, Highgrade 2, dropping in July. The mixtape will feature production from DJ Khalil, Boi-1da, T-Minus, Megaman, Zalezy, Pops, Oddz N ENDZ, Nascent, Y-Not, Tha Bizness, Young G-Ry of […]
Now that all the MMG drama is behind him, Pill is ready to release The Epidemic to the masses. 16-tracks deep, The Epidemic features production from Mike Will, Boi 1Da, Needlz, and more. The surprise with the tape is that there’s only one listed feature; with that honor bestowed upon Twista. Maybe there was more meaning to […]
After making waves this morning with his diss record “I Want In,” directed at T.I. & Jeezy, Alley Boy hits us with his brand new mixtape, Ni**anati. The Duct Tape Entertainment MC gives you 15 records, featuring production from All Star, Boi-1Da, Bei Major, The Bizness, and more. Tracklist and download after the jump.
Rebstar Ft. Drake & Rock City – “Good Life” (Prod. Boi-1da & T-Minus) Peep More Wired Tracks Here
Since the release of So Far Gone, rapper Drake has made major movements trekking his climb in the music industry. Moving to Young Money records to being featured on countless records, the Canadian native may have had one of the most eventful 2009’s, which was topped off with Grammy nominations. Still waiting for the release […]
Trying to place his best foot forward with the debut album Thank Me Later, Young Money’s Drake has tried to make the best first impression and created a wish list of potential features which will bring his sound out the best. Already locking down the likes of Lil Wayne, Kanye West and potentially Jay Z, […]