Mike Will Made It
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Per usual, a bevy of rap visuals from the likes of Mike Will Made-It to Flying Lotus released between yesterday and today. And because Hip-Hop Wired loves you, we decided to package them all here for your enjoyment.
After killing the summer and subsequent fall with “No Flex Zone” and “No Type” respectively, Mike WiLL Made It’s young protégés Rae Sremmurd will deliver their debut album, Sremm Life, on January 6 via Eardrummers/Interscope Records. But before then, the duo are streaming the release on iTunes Radio.
Better late than never, right? Mike WiLL Made It dropped a visual for “Someone To Love,” featuring 2 Chainz, Cap 1, and Skooly, from his Ransom mixtape, which hit the Internets on Monday (December 15)
If Rae Sremmurd is on the premises, it’s damn near promised that a proper party coincides. Such was proven by their major singles “No Flex Zone” and “No Type”; their new track “Up Like Trump” also echoes that sentiment.
The wait is over. Producer Mike WiLL Made-It heats up December with his new 21-track mixtape Ransom.
Let the leaks tell it, Mike WiLL Made It crafted nothing but heaters for his Ransom mixtape, due to release later today (December 15). Before then, fans get to sink their teeth into one last audible treat, titled “California Rari,” featuring Young Thug, Future, and Problem.
After dedicating much of 2014 to the development of Ear Drummers Records, its founder Mike WiLL Made It will close out the year with a bang with the Ransom mixtape. Due to release on December 15, the hit-making producer unveiled the official tracklist.
Longtime friends Future and Mike WiLL Made It are crafting a collaborative mixtape titled Ape Sh*t.
Rae Sremmurd scored early success sans any big features. But that changes on “Throw Sum Mo,” the Nicki Minaj and Young Thug-assisted third single from the young duo’s upcoming debut album SremmLife.
The brothers Rae Sremmurd will gladly split this year’s Rookie of the Year honors and come next month; next year, they’re poised to keep the buzz going strong with the release of their debut album, SremmLife.
Boasting not one, but two hit records, rising rap duo Rae Sremmurd hit The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon stage to perform “No Flex Zone” and “No Type” in their late night television debut on Tuesday evening (December 2).