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 position of power shifted from the DJ to the MC as Hip-Hop became a larger cultural phenomenon, but it’s important to acknowledge what the former means to the culture’s progression. Each year, the craft of deejaying is commended on a grand stage at the Global Spin Awards, which returns this year on November 18.
T.I. jump starts the campaign for his new album Paperwork with its leading single “Turn It,” produced by DJ Toomp. The song lives on DJ MLK’s latest mixtape GoodNight Don’t Exist In ATL 4.
MMG affiliate DJ Scream is the latest master of the ones and twos set to release a major label album. From it, we receive a track called “Always,” featuring his rapper friends Que, Gunplay, Waka Flocka Flame, and Tracy T.
MMG’s newest recruit Tracy T received his biggest look to date on Rick Ross’ rowdy street single “War Ready,” but it’s time for the rising rapper to show and prove on his own. That said, the Atlanta native returns with a visual for “16,” featuring Meek Mill.
It’s been a thing for DJs to drop a proper mixtape amidst Super Bowl season. That said, DJ MLK and DJ Scream teamed up to drop Super Bowl XLVIII, from which fans can hear a new T.I. track called “I Ain’t Going.”