Rick Ross has given rap fans constant reminders (or songs, in this case) that his Black Dollar album releases on Thursday (September 3). Today, he returns with a Gucci Mane, Meek Mill and Whole Slab-assisted track called “Turn Ya Back.”
Skeme’s pen game has long been certified fresh but the ferocity of the Cali MC’s mic skills should not be overlooked, either. To ensure that doesn’t happen, The Duke has rolled out Ingleworld 2 to bring fans into his own backyard of ghetto utopia, for better or worse.
Shy Glizzy will ensure that his Law 3: Now Or Never mixtape is not slept on. That said, he delivers a visual for “Everything Golden.”
Atlanta’s PeeWee Longway has racked up show-stealing guest appearances in recent months and collaborations with the A$AP Rocky, Young Thug and more. Now he returns with his Blue M&M Vol. 2 mixtape for your listening pleasure.
Rap fans can think of numerous ways to describe Gucci Mane. But be sure to include workhorse somewhere in fold, as yet another new album from the Atlanta rapper hits the Internets.
“1500” is the golden number for Boosie Badazz on a new track featuring Atlanta’s Rich Homie Quan and PeeWee Longway.
Newfound freedom is just what the doctor ordered for Trinidad Jame$, who returns with free album for your consumption called No One Is $aFe.
While Gucci Mane has been busy trying to slim down from all those three hots and a cots, his music work ethic continues to show it’s far from sagging in the middle.
The tandem of Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan continue their win streak with “Hold Us,” a Dun Deal-produced track featuring their Atlanta affiliate Peewee Longway.
Mike WiLL Made It is readying his Ransom project, due to release some time this year. Having previewed what’s to come with songs like Big Sean’s “Paradise” and Wiz Khalifa and Future’s “P*ssy Overrated,” the producer drops “I Got,” featuring Young Thug and PeeWee Longway.
Underground trap rapper Peewee Longway didn’t exactly have the best Labor Day Weekend. Instead of making money at a local Alabama club for an appearance, he ended up going in the red after being hit with a $30,000 bailout fee for possesion of a controlled substance and marijuana. The Brick Squad artist was scheduled to […]
Gucci Mane unleashed another new record from behind bars. This one is titled “Time To Get Paid” and features his 1017 Brick Squad artist PeeWee Longway.
It’ll take something a lot more serious than being incarcerated to stop Gucci Mane from releasing mounds of new music. The good folks at 1017 Brick Squad dropped an audio clip of the Atlanta rapper announcing what he and his cohorts have in store for the year via a call from behind bars.