It’s Trap or Die 3 season for Jeezy, as he prepares his seventh studio album for a Friday (October 28) release. With three days to go until fans rejoice to an undoubtedly trap-savvy sound, the Snowman debuts “Bout That,” featuring Lil Wayne.
Two-9 is like Atlanta’s own Voltron in its mechanical make up, consisting of oft-solo rapper Curtis Williams and two groups Retro Su$h! (Jace and Ceej) and FatKidsBrother (Johnny and Dave). Sometimes operating as a group, other think tank of solo rhymers and producers, their approach is sometimes unique but always united.
Dreamville’s own Bas has been laying low, save for a solo song and guest appearance on the Revenge of the Dreamers compilation project. But that all changes today with “Methylone,” the latest release from his forthcoming album Too High To Riot (due in stores March 11).
Pro Era is full of talented young MCs. Three you may not know in Dirty Sanchez, Dyemond Lewis and Nyck Caution deliver a visual for “Pro Cakes 2.”
If you’re a connoisseur of Joey Bada$$’s Pro Era crew then you should already be familiar with Nyck Caution. If not, this quick hitting heater called “Wicked” should hip you to his spit game.
Pro Era returns with a visual for “School High,” one of the more playful jams from their 2012 mixtape PEEP: The aPROcalypse. A certain leafy green plant was the motivation behind the cut, driven by smooth percussion and keys from the track’s sample, “Sometimes” by Bilal.