While promoting the upcoming film Get Hard (starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart), T.I. revealed the title and direction of his next album Traps Open.
Unexpectedly, T.I. drops off a new track titled “Project Steps” for your listening pleasure.
The uptempo sounds of Nicki Minaj’s “Truffle Butter” have been ever-present in the streets and clubs since she released The Pinkprint. So much so that T.I. adds fire to the flame with a quick freestyle.
As promised, T.I. delivers a 12-minute cinematic experience for Paperwork‘s “G Sh*t,” featuring Jeezy and WatchTheDuck.
Talk about keeping up with the joneses. Hustle Gang rapper B.o.B titled his new song “Fleek” after the popular slang term, and accompanies it with a quick visual to boot.
Well, that took long enough. It was only a matter of time before Travi$ Scott brought “Mamacita,” one of the most sonically captivating tracks from his free LP Days Before Rodeo, to life visually.
The grand jury’s verdict in the Michael Brown case, which determined that his killer Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for murder charges, inspired rapper B.o.B to deliver a mixtape called New Black.
T.I. and his next-gen comrade, Young Thug have already proven they have excellent chemistry together, especially when it comes to getting that paper.
B.o.B is cooking up his fourth studio album, from which he drops a visual for his new single “Not For Long,” featuring Trey Songz.
One would think that promoting Paperwork: The Motion Picture album would be T.I.’s priority at the moment. The Kang, however, finds time to push a visual for Hustle Gang’s “Money On My Mind,” featuring crew members Spoodee and Yung Booke, as well as Troy Ave.
With Paperwork: The Motion Picture officially in stores, T.I. displays his acting chops in the visual for the opening track “King.”
After another big year, designer and store owner Ronnie Fieg celebrated the renovation expansion of his KITH NYC location on 644 Broadway, New York NY (at Bleecker) last night (October 9) in Manhattan.
T.I. will debut his ninth studio album, Paperwork: The Motion Picture, two weeks from today. In the meantime, The Kang whets appetites with the Pharrell-assisted title track “Paperwork.”
It’s a full-fledged Atlanta affair on a new track by Hustle Gang rapper Spodee titled “Right Back,” featuring crew head honcho T.I. and increasingly popular newcomer Key!
T.I. returns with some truthful testimony (and perhaps some words for Floyd Mayweather to boot) on his remix of Nico & Vinz’s “Am I Wrong.”
On Saturday (August 23), the Trillectro Music Festival invaded Washington D.C. for a third consecutive year (more on that later). Per usual, events like these are an energetic indicator of the current landscape of music–even more so, because this festival’s focus is Hip-Hop and EDM–and no act displayed this fact like surprise performer Travi$ Scott.
Last week, B.o.B went on a Twitter rant in regards to Michael Brown’s death. His support was accompanied by critiques of the Black race, which he articulates in rhyme on his new track, “New Black.”
As mainstream Hip-Hop became more monotonous by the day, the amount of artists pushing the boundaries of creativity, whether it be lyrically or sonically, began diminishing. But the tide is turning due to new artists like Houston rapper-producer Travi$ Scott.