Fetty Wap

Fetty Wap is a legitimate Hip-Hop superstar, bombarding the airwaves with four songs dominating the Billboard charts and a highly anticipated debut album on the way. The New Jersey rapper unveiled the cover of his self-titled release via a video trailer on Wednesday.

Today (August 26) happens to be Big K.R.I.T.’s 28th birthday. But rather that bask in the glory (and gifts) that come with one’s life anniversary, the MC blesses fans with a new track called “86.”

It appears that Fetty Wap has become the latest victim to be subjected to one of MediaTakeOut’s phony stories and he’s putting the site on blast for their libel.

Mac Miller is back and readying his upcoming album GO:OD AM for a September 18 release. From the project, we receive a new track called “100 Grandkids.”

It’s clear that Fetty Wap has found a mysterious Space Jam concoction of his own, as he continues to release new material in high volumes.

It’s not everyday that an unreleased Kendrick Lamar track hits the Internets, but here we are.

Fetty Wap looks to continue to his hot streak with a new single called “I Wonder.” More melodic crooning from the New Jersey rapper over production by Brian “Peoples” Garcia. 

Amid some serious accusations, Young Thug offers up a new track titled “Pacifier.”

After reportedly performing hits from Purple Rain at the White House, Prince returns with a surprise track titled “HARDROCKLOVER.”

The contents of Gucci Mane’s many external hard drives are the rapper’s personal Contra cheat code, giving him plenty ammo to remain relevant while behind bars.

French Montana embraces posse cuts like they’re kin to him. Especially records like the newly released single “Lose It,” featuring usual suspects Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.

Fetty Wap dials back on the singing and harmonizing in favor of more rapping on his new single called “Boomin.”