Freddie Gibbs returned to the studios of Power 105 for the L.A. Leakers freestyle segment and gets busy off a Jay-Z classic.
Megan Thee Stallion reminds us why she is the freestyle queen.
If you have been sleeping on If you have been sleeping on 2 Chainz all these years it’s time to wake up. His recent freestyle with The LA Leakers proves that he is barred up.
The rapper, actor, and all-around b-boy showed and proved that his skills never left him with a blistering freestyle that aired earlier today with the L.A. Leakers crew.
The North Carolina wordsmith dropped his very first freestyle with the L.A. Leakers crew, proving to his doubters that he's very much a problem with the microphone duties.
In a socially-distanced interview with the LA Leakers, the Compton rapper says that the former foes have buried the hatchet.
Future stopped by Los Angeles’ Power 106 to chop it up with the LA Leakers, and to promote his new single “Honest.”
West coast tandem DJ Sourmilk and Justin Credible, better known as the LA Leakers, return to the Internets with a gift in mixtape form called #LeaksOfTheIndustry.
The Los Angeles Leakers got their hands on an official remix to Kid Ink‘s debut single “Bad A$$.” A few slight cosmetic differences may give this version the upper hand verses the original, which featured Meek Mill and Wale.
The LA Leakers drop the second half of their conversation with former G.O.O.D. Music artist KiD CuDi. This actually followed the Indicud artist’s famous announcement that he’d left the house Kanye West built. Here, CuDi discusses why he only appeared once on Cruel Summer, and more importantly the discussion he had with Yeezy about leaving the label.
It’s Hottest MCs In The Game season, and everyone has an opinion. A$AP Rocky landed at the #8 but feels that he should have been in the top spot.
Future recently was in Los Angeles for his Pluto tour and stopped to chat with the L.A. Leakers while in town.