Magnolia Memorial: 15 Songs To Remember Soulja Slim By
There may be sufficient evidence that the good die young, but that doesn’t make any easier to digest. When it comes to being a young Hip-Hop artist, there’s usually a certainty of leaving behind a destiny unfulfilled.
Hustle Gang (T.I., Young Dro, Spodee, Shad Da God & Mystikal) – “Here I Go” [LISTEN]
T.I. is going full force with his Hustle Gang clique, who return with a new song called “Here I Go.” Affiliates Young Dro, Spodee, and Shad Da God join The Kang on the track along side YMCMB recruit Mystikal.
Mannie Fresh Says Album With Yasiin Bey (f/k/a Mos Def) Done, Talks Kanye West
Mannie Fresh and Yasiin Bey may seem like a peculiar combination, but the former Cash Money Records producer has confirmed that the pair has completed the upcoming OMFGOD album. The New Orleans native also spoke about his work with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music team, his friendship with Mystikal and more in an exclusive interview.
Future, Tyga, Meek Mill & Mystikal – “Fly Rich” [LISTEN/DOWNLOAD]
Just in time for tonight’s NBA All-Star Saturday Night festivities, Birdman randomly released a mixtape titled Rich Gang All-Stars. Don’t get too excited, because the project is a compilation of recent YMCMB efforts, which include Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” the Future’s Lil Wayne-assisted track “Karate Chop,” and more. A few exclusive cuts are scattered throughout […]
Mystikal Enlists Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, & Future For New Album, Original
It’s been 12 long years since Mystikal has released a solo album. Between a six-year jail sentence and other run-ins with the law, the Louisiana native is back with his new album, Original.
Mystikal – “Hit Me” [LISTEN/DOWNLOAD]
Mystikal seems to be back on the straight and narrow and his new record “Hit Me,” has him in familiar territory.
Exclusive: Mystikal, Uncle Murda, E-40 and More Reflect On Chris Lighty’s Legacy [VIDEO]
At the 2012 BET Hip-Hop Awards, one of the highlights of the show was the big tribute to fallen Hip-Hop mogul, Chris Lighty. Rappers 50 Cent and Fat Joe put their beef to rest to honor their fallen manager and was joined by Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest, Missy Elliott and more.