It’s difficult to tell what’s going on with Gucci Mane these days, but one things for sure, he’s still in the studio working hard. With a few recent projects already circulating the Internets, the Brick Squad rapper returns with Diary of a Trap God.
Retro Su$h!, a subsect of larger Atlanta-based collective Two-9, debut a visual for their new heater “Thirty Seven Thirty Two.” With a little help from long-lost rapper OJ Da Juiceman, the duo kick rhymes about a standard list of vices — mostly a variety of drugs.
With the Internet advancing faster than ever, many Hip-Hop acts have adapted a new marketing plan when it comes to their music; give it away for free. A chosen few have been able to flip this scheme, and their fan bases into viable recording careers, others have failed miserably.
Buzzing producer Michael “Mike Will Made It” Williams has been churning out smash hits lately, and the Atlanta native sat down with The Breakfast Club this morning to break down his path to success.
Drug dealer. Rapper. Thespian. Otis Williams Jr., also known as OJ Da Juiceman makes his theatrical debut in his new movie Stuck On Broke. This film stars Da Juiceman as James Johnson in this gritty street drama. Pretty much a movie in the same vein as Cam’Ron’s Killa Season, this Atlanta based film shows what happens when “greed, jealousy, […]
Gucci Mane – The Hood Classics Mixtape Some classic Gucci to make us forget that BAYTL album. The Hood Classics is a 22 track mixtape that reminds us why we mess with Gucci. Features from Jeezy, Flocka, Nelly, OJ Da Juiceman, and more… Tracklist & Download Inside.